Successful community programs are developed based on understanding the community first. As a community developer, you research the community's strengths and weaknesses, identify the opportunities and threats, and develop programs and projects based on your research analysis.
Using a research-based approach in community development is critical for success.
What will you be researching?
What knowledge, skills, and abilities do you need?
The preferred approach to community development is to research and create the community profile that you evaluate to identify the gap or opportunity.
More commonly, you know about multiple needs. You research those needs by developing a community profile and select the need that you can develop a project or program to support.
These tipsheets can help as you complete the assignments.
Do you need to consider the UN's Sustainable Development Goals? Looking for additional research? Review the targets, indicators, and main thrust of the goal to develop search terms.
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