1.0 Participatory Integrated Community Development

2.0 Participatory Intergrated Development Process

3.0 Participatory Impact   Monitoring    

4.0 Conflict Management   and Peace Building

2.0 Participatory Intergrated Development Process

2.4  Unit 5: Planning phase


Planning phase

2.4.1        Long Term Goals

Step 1: Refer to priority development actions on the visioning matrix and frame short statement on action that need to be done to attain the preferred future status as shown in table 3. below. These statements are long term goals

Step 2:  Repeat this for all the priority development actions in the visioning matrix using the facilitation questions below.




2.3.3    The 24 hour day schedule


Long-Term goal statement


By the end of 10 years the community shall ensure every household has access to clean and safe drinking water


By the end of 10 years, we should have one primary per village, one secondary school per two villages and one youth polytechnic

Crop Product

By the end of 10 year the community shall have adequate food per household


* Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time bound


 Related topics


About PICD

2.1 Unit 02: Community entry and re-entry

2.2 Unit 03: Awareness Creation & Attitude Change phase

2.2.2 Secret in the Box

2.2.3 The ‘Diamond Farm’

2.2.4 Take a step’

2.2.5 The Boat Is Sinking ’

2.2.6 The 65-Year Old Couple’

2.3 Unit 04: Situational analysis and visioning phase’

2.3.1 Community Mapping

2.3.2 Resource Bag

2.3.3 The 24 hour day schedule

2.3.4 Seasonal calendar

2.3.5 Family vision

2.3.6 Pair-wise Ranking

2.3.7 Visioning matrix

2.4 Unit 5: Planning phase

2.4.1 Long Term Goals

2.4.2 Selection and Formation of CDPC

2.4.3 Visioning Matrix Discussion

2.4.4 Short-term Goals

2.4.5 Future Mapping

2.4.6 Community Action Plan

2.4.7 Resource Mobilization

a. Wealth Ranking

b. Venn Diagram II – External Institutions

Election of the CDDC

2.5 Unit 6: Implementation Phase

1. Input Tracking Matrix

2. Community Scoring of Performance