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Basic steps for writing a project

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This brochure can help you develop new projects for young people

Aims of the tool

- Write projects
- Find young people needs
- Motivate young people
- Get young people involved in the application process

Description of the tool

The brochure contains the fallowing main points:
- Before you write a project
- How to write a project
- SMART objectives
- How to identify the needs of a target group
- Non-formal method for finding the needs of your target group: 20-5-1
- How to motivate young people to get more
involved in projects

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Tool overview

This tool addresses

Project Management

It is recommended for use in:

Youth Exchanges
Training and Networking

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

TC participants

in the context of

Write a project, make a change TC, financed by Erasmus+

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Oana Rizescu (on 4 June 2015)

and last modified

27 May 2015

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