Systematizing the aims (visualized project plans), components, methodologies, innovations, and results of a development initiative’s model helps it to:
• map and plan sources of sustainability, capabilities, and corrosive disadvantages.
• reflect on what it has done and evaluate what needs to be done to achieve its objectives and guarantee its sustainability.
• capitalize on the local resources of the initiative.
• take last-minute decisions when unforeseen events affect its course;
• design preventive measures to minimize the effects of potential challenges;
• gain visibility and thus further support for the settling of new projects;
• disseminate its model and facilitate that it can be scaled and spread by other agencies or communities.
Related strategies at:
Mapping and planning inherent sources of sustainability, capabilities and corrosive disadvantages Advocacy capacity Preventive measures Spaces and mechanisms for planning, flexibility and adaptation Results-based trust Certainty Incentives for cooperation Demonstrate scaled effect Differentiation Emotional connection Visibility Scalability Creating and capitalizing on local resources