The next section of your proposal is the proposal for the project implementation. This is where you explain the practical details of how your project will be implemented in your community. You need to provide the donor with a detailed list of what you propose to deliver and how you propose to deliver it. Also, you need to describe the in-kind and financial support that will be provided for your project. These need to be detailed.
Don´t forget to write a separate proposal for each project you wish to submit for the ESF, and make sure the proposal is clear and concise. It doesn´t have to be too long, but try to keep it under six pages. Include detailed background material and all necessary project documentation.
Here comes the proposal for the monitoring and evaluation of your project. This is the most important section of the proposal. In this part you need to show how you intend to measure the success of your project. The more you explain in this section, the easier it will be for the donor to read and understand. To convince the donor that your project has a chance of succeeding, you need to show that you will have the tools to measure your success.
Finally, the last section of the proposal is the proposal for the transition. In this part you need to explain how you will hand over the responsibility for your project to the next project implementer. You need to specify what type of support you will provide during the transition period and how you will ensure that all the deliverables and financial resources are handed over when the project ends. Don´t forget to outline how you will account for and pay back the funds allocated to your project.
The next part of the proposal is related to the project itself. In this section you explain what the project is and how it will work, and where it will be implemented. In this section you need to give precise details about who will be involved, what roles and responsibilities they will have, and what in-kind or financial support will be provided. This is where you should spell out what you propose to deliver and how you will do it.
If you have a proposal that is not very detailed, or if you feel that you have not convinced your donors to support your project, ask them for feedback. Ask the donor to explain what he/she didn´t like about your proposal and how you could improve it to make it more appealing.
Here is an example of a project proposal in which the brief introduction about why this project is needed and the problems that have led to the development of the project is provided in the first paragraph.
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