Project Planning and Development trainings provide prospective ANA applicants with tools for working with the community to explore long-term planning strategies and define community conditions standing between the community and its long-term goals. The training will also build your capacity to design community-based solutions to address those current community conditions.
In this 3-day training, participants will learn how to:
- Work with community and key partners to identify and document specific community conditions that stand in the way of achieving community goals;
- Create a project work plan to address those community conditions and attain community goals;
- Develop measurable outcomes and impacts that will successfully implement the work plan; and
- Determine the level of resources and funding needed to implement the project.
Independent grant writers/consultants working on behalf of a Tribe or Organization must provide official documentation from the Tribe or Organization authorizing the consultant to work on their behalf.