Preparing a draft Capacity Development Plan
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The development of a clear and practical plan, with a timeline, measurable indicators and a realistic budget, to address capacity needs identified through the assessment.
The capacity assessment report provides the basis for defining the draft plan. The plan should set out the capacity objectives, activities, and indicators; and the resources required to implement change and to measure progress.
1. Identify interventions.
2. Define capacity development indicators.
3. Outline capacity development objectives.
4. Develop an estimated budget.
The following points should be considered when completing the capacity development plan.