How does the WFWO select the projects it supports?
The WFWO carefully screens the projects it supports. We bring these projects in partnership with other partners and experts with relevant expertise and reach. We pay special attention to the following factors:
This first step we should start to understand what are the goals and directions we might take – can be more important than many organizations realize. In our experience is a reminder of another key principle: it’s important that all stakeholders and partners are all involved and informed from beginning to end.
Once you’ve identified the paths by our Project Management Experts, it’s time to choose. We enter and embark on the selection process, we make sure to consider six key points: as following
1. Ensure that the project aligns with the WFWO organizational strategy.
Is important that our organizations select the right projects in the first place? The prospective project is part of our strategy and policy. For this reason, we need to make certain that the prospective project aligns with our overall organizational strategy. It’s important that all key stakeholders and partners are present and involved in the project negotiation, and that they’re familiar with our overall strategy of the WFWO. With our strategy as a guide, identify where each project might meet multiple organizational goals. One way to measure the efficacy of a project is using a two-by-two matrix.
So, design of chart of the project’s ease of implementation. On the other, chart its anticipated impact on organizational goals. Without this comparative tool, our effort on a project might ultimately outweigh impact. But by using this framework, we can proceed to select the project that will make the difference.
2.Identifier the project success
One of the most crucial factors of the WFWO project’s success is its having a designated expert team. Without a clear assignment of responsibility and advocacy, and coordination a project can falter. But with a properly identified an expert of our project, we can make sure everything proceeds as smoothly and efficiently as possible.
The WFWO expert who serves as project coordinator should have a role at the highest level of the organization. They should also, of course, carry a commitment to seeing the project through. The expert and coordinator’s job is to support the project, communicate its progress to the team at large, and tear down any barriers that might hinder the project’s success.
3. Conduct an organizational or environmental assessment.
How broad and intensive an effort will this project be for our organization? In order to find out, you should conduct an organizational or environmental assessment. This is key for helping you better understand the context in which we will undertake our project targets.
In this process, we will answer as below:
How involved will different functions or processes within our organization be on this project?
This is a cross-functional department project?
Which departments’ processes will be impacted by the outcomes of this project, and what changes might they have to make as a result?
This assessment helps as both scope and coordinate the project, while anticipating future needs of the project.
4.Assess our resources.
WFWO plan in advance as per strategy of resource mobilisations task force of the funds needed for the project selected and approved; the next step is to evaluate the resources we have at hand to accomplish the project ahead. In this case, resources may mean people, time, and budget, and to be sure we have the resources necessary to complete the project successfully and efficiently. This should be a key consideration in selecting of our project. Projects selected by the WFWO for funding can be kept it in our pipelines list of on going project for their approval.
5. Identify our parameters for success.
Upon we will complete our project. This is a crucial point to decide up-front. As we set out on our undertaking, nail down our parameters for completing the project, particularly the timeframe. Will it take six months or a year? As we consider timeframes, we should also decide on the metrics by which we will measure success. When we know these metrics from the start, you will be able to track not only your results, but also our progress along the way.
With these five considerations guiding our project selection process, you’ll be ready to choose the projects that will best serve our organizational goals. From here, it’s all a matter of implementing of our project – and managing it to a successful conclusion.
6. Project facility and approach to achieve our objectives of the project
The WFWO Project Facility is focused and determined to mobilize resources through our financial partners to implement the Global Agenda through are vitalized Global Partnership for Sustainable Development, based on a spirit of strengthened global solidarity, focused in particular on the needs of the poorest and most vulnerable and with the participation of all countries, all stakeholders and all people.
The project is innovative in its approach to addressing poverty.
We support “good development” – development that empowers and creates opportunities without adversity affecting important elements such as the human right, environment, women’s participation, and cultural integrity
The project stresses and has got proven ability to strengthen the capacity of local organizations in developing countries, as well country a key to results and sustainability; to contribute to the 2030 Agenda and SDGS 17th
The project needs to have a clear objective and targets
The project is collaborative and can work with a variety of organizations and coalitions; and the project partners are able and willing to report progress and results.
8.WFWO Focusing On Project Components to Contribute to the 2030 Agenda and SDGs 17