Saturday, November 21, 2009

Creating Vision with Logic and Risk analysis

This technique will assist the community in developing a shared vision for the future in the activities. It involves asking the community group to assess where they are now and where they can realistically expect to be in future.

Within the activity the logframe helps to determine the roles to be played by different participants and provide an accurate schedule of actions that will need to be undertaken. The logframe for the various activities shall be developed with community participation and suitable objective shall be identified.

Risk analysis is a continuous activity done at the planning stage and at the key points of the activity cycle. There are three principal types of risk.

  1. Risk arising from factors actually or potentially our control,
  2. Risk that arise from factors in the wider policy and institutional environment, and which are controllable by decision makers elsewhere
  3. Risk essentially uncontrollable—earthquake, political instability etc
Risk analysis is the process of identifying the risk assessing their individual and collective potential for causing damage, and defining the counter measures.

An elaborate risk analysis for each activity identified under the project shall be done.


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