Using the information gathered on your community — its strengths, resources, weaknesses and threats — the next step is to begin building the plan to achieve your goals.
Developing a Workplan
The Blueprint for Building Resilience
The foundation of your workplan should include:
Key focus areas for strengthening resilience
The priorities of your initiative, based on the potential to improve resilience and the feasibility of implementation
The responsibilities of all coalition members in supporting the plan
Expected duration of each activity
Tracking of implementation and completion
Download Our Workplan Tool
This helpful resource will help you identify issues in your community and allow you to provide detailed information about actions you intend to take and their intended outcome. Download and complete one form for each activity you plan to conduct.
Presenting Your Workplan to the Community
Once you have a workplan draft in place, your next step is to get feedback and buy-in from stakeholders and the community. Two of the more effective options are to plan and promote an event to reveal and review the plan, or to present directly to local government council members.
Use this template developed to identify the problems or issues in your community and then provide detailed information about what you plan to do and the type of change it will create. Please complete one activity template for each type of activity you plan to conduct.Download
Resource Allocation Assessment
For each community priority, decide which sector or organization could lead, support or collaborate on efforts in this area. Then, record what resources are required to complete the activity.Download
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