List the stakeholders gathered from tool 1
Evaluate each stakeholder’s opinion – positive, neutral or negative; their influence – high, medium or low and how greatly they will be impacted – high, medium or low
Design an analysis matrix and use the category list to assign priorities to each stakeholder
Create a stakeholder map to view each stakeholder’s position in relation to the project
DFID, Tools for Development: A Handbook for Those Engaged in Development Activity, 2003,
Section 2: Stakeholder analysis.
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