STAGE 7. Defining the sustainability and dissemination plan
What steps should be completed?
Step 1: Planning sustainability
In general, an intervention needs practically the same conditions for continuity as it did to be started in the first place. These are:
To this we must add the experiences that the intervention has generated in the region where it was implemented, which will probably be quite beneficial if the intervention has been satisfactory, but there will likely also be some drawbacks that will have to be overcome.
One Step@a Time recommends that you review the information in Stage 2 "Analysing feasibility" to help you explore the conditions and resources needed for intervention sustainability.
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