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Support systems for new activities in rural areas

Part 3 - Various techniques
Example of a checklist for
designing a support system

[Technical Factsheet 1]



Introduction
How to use this guide & Table of Contents

 

A) Assessing the situation


 

Assessing situation In-house strengths and weaknesses Out-house strengths and weaknesses in the area Out-house strengths and weaknesses outside the area Recommendations
  • own organisation
  • cooperation
1. Information, screening and first-stage advice



2. Outreach work



3. Training and capacity building



4. Strategic orientation and information



5. Business plans and counselling



6. Specialist advice and training



7. Financial support



8. Premises



9. Aftercare and follow-up



10. Technology support



11. Joint promotion and marketing



 

B) Assessing resources required (*)


 

Resources required Number of staff - profiles and experience Investment and running costs Time and resources per project Time-scales Outputs and results
1. Information, screening and first-stage advice




2. Outreach work




3. Training and capacity building




4. Strategic orientation and information




5. Business plans and counselling




6. Specialist advice and training




7. Financial support




8. Premises




9. Aftercare and follow-up




10. Technology support




11. Joint promotion and marketing




(*) This table can be used either to calculate the cost of the means used or to be used for the whole support system or as a follow-up to work out the means used for a specific project.


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