State the objective that will address the identified issue
List activities which will achieve objective
Who in the community should undertake each activity?
Decide an activities deadline
Decide what resources and budget will be required, and who will be contributing
Name who will take responsibility for plan implementation. The CAP then becomes the management tool for community development activities and should be managed by the community with support from company, government and NGO partners
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Oduor-Naoh, E. et al. Implementing PRA: A Handbook to Facilitate Participatory Rural
Appraisal, Program for International Development, Clark University, Worcester, MA, 1992.
Rietbergen-McCracken, J and Narayan, D. (compilers), Participation and Social Assessment: Tools and Techniques, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/World Bank, Washington DC, 1998.
World Bank, The World Bank Participation Sourcebook, Washington DC, 1996,
Appendix 1: Methods and tools for social analysis, pp. 199–202.