About Plan Act
our intervention strategy
Planact’s aim is to develop a knowledgeable, active society with access to all resources, that is aware of its rights and responsibilities and, an accountable state with clear local government systems and procedures.
This we do through project development, technical advice, social facilitation, capacity development, research and advocacy, and networking.
The unique methods applied will “enable the citizens, from the vulnerable groups, be involved in the participation of identifying, planning, deciding and implementing the development programmes to fulfil their requirements and desired needs”.
This will enhance good governance at the local level and will improve citizens’ habitable environments to alleviate inequality and poverty.
Methodologies of Intervention
Research and conceptualisation of new applications; policy analysis and advocacy; initiating, support and coordinating development processes; developing capacity of targeted groups; and demonstrating solution through pilot projects.
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Policy Analysis and Advocacy
Inextricably tied to policy work is advocacy. Action to influence policy can involve developing position papers, participating in public hearings or forums, joining a coalition or campaign on key issues, or supporting community organisations as they undertake direct action. Planact chooses strategic issues that have the greatest relevance for the poor, marginalised communities in which we work in.