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Identify project ideas based on need and priority, assess their feasibility, and then formulate the project.
- Tool 1: Quick Diagnostic
Explore entry points for mainstreaming migration.
- Tool 2: Situation Analysis
Gather information and evidence to inform a more nuanced understanding of the connection between migration and development in a given context.
- Tool 3: Policy Checklist
Explore the governance environment in relation to migration and development in a given context.
- Tool 4: Stakeholder Analysis
Identify which stakeholders should be consulted during programming and, as well as those who may be suitable partners and/or beneficiaries (direct and indirect) for an intervention.
- Tool 5: Problem Analysis
Unpack barriers or bottlenecks, from a migration perspective, and arrive at potential interventions to address them.
- Tool 6: Risk Analysis
Highlight potential migration-related risks to interventions, as well as measures to mitigate these.
- Tool 7: Theory of Change
Formulate the results logic of an intervention, including ensuring that it incorporates and responds to migration-related factors identified.
- Tool 8: Indicator Bank
Review a comprehensive set of indicators (aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)) that can be integrated, or adapted for, an intervention.
- Tool 9: Project Design Checklist
Explore a quick reference tool to ensure that migration has broadly been mainstreamed into project design.