2.1 Scoping

At the scoping stage you are trying to understand the problem that you are aiming to address and the associated challenges. Let’s use the example from Case Study 1: the problem here is high youth unemployment in northern Uganda and the effect of this on the community’s livelihoods and on longer-term peace in the region. This stage involves information gathering and consultation with stakeholders including potential resource providers such as donors and trainers. This stage involves developing a vision for the partnership: what are you ultimately trying to achieve in this partnership?

2 Key activities in the stages of the Building Partnerships Map

2.2 Identifying