Stakeholder Analysis

Topics: Project management, Stakeholder / Pages: 7 (1536 words) / Published: Nov 24th, 2010
Small Grants for Site Support Groups supported by the DGIS/TMF-BirdLife funding scheme

Guidelines on Stakeholder analysis

Contents 1. How to identify the stakeholders ................................................................................................................. 1 2. Stakeholder analysis.................................................................................................................................... 1 3. The Stakeholder Analysis Report ................................................................................................................ 3

These guidelines are part of a set of five that BirdLife is using to ensure that projects at IBAs have the participation and ownership of local people, and to help design actions that achieve the linked objectives of improved local livelihoods and IBA conservation. The guidelines should be used as a linked and complementary set. The series comprises: Guidelines on Project Planning: The Logical Framework Approach, a Project Design and Analysis Tool Guidelines for Participatory Poverty Assessment at IBAs and the identification of poverty reduction indicators Guidelines on Stakeholder analysis Guidelines for Site Support Group Institutional Analysis Guidelines for basic monitoring of Important Bird Areas Feedback on the guidelines, so that they can be developed and improved, is much appreciated. Please send your comments to david.thomas@birdlife.org

The main source for these guidelines was: Bibby, C.J and Alder, C. 2003 (eds) The conservation project manual. Cambridge, UK: BP Conservation Programme

1. How to identify the stakeholders
The objectives of stakeholder identification are twofold: to get a clear understanding as to who the main stakeholders are, and to understand their values, beliefs, problems and attitudes towards the project. Stakeholder identification will also give you a good understanding as to who should be directly involved in project planning. Internal

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