Stage 3. Defining the population and objectives
What has to be done?
Once the drug phenomenon in the region is better known, we will be in a position to select which population to direct the intervention at and what changes we can expect to achieve with it.
First, it is advisable to select the population that will benefit from the intervention and then determine the objectives to be achieved in it. Other aspects of the intervention will depend fundamentally on these two elements.
When this stage ends:
If this stage is not completed correctly, there is a danger of: