- Any conversations at PIF stage discussing roles and responsibilities for project development
- Work Schedule
- ProDoc development consultant TORs and recruitment
Plan Project Development
The Work Schedule (see templates below) lays out the tasks that must be completed prior to document submission, and is sequenced based on the layout of this Operations Manual. The Project Development Team is responsible for identifying who is responsible for a given task, and the date by which that task must be completed.
The Work Schedule has three purposes:
- To ensure early planning, so that the ProDoc process runs smoothly
- To prompt discussion around roles and responsibilities
- Consensus and accountability to a timeline
The Work Schedule can also help to inform the project development budget (here)—that is, what activities/processes need to take place during ProDoc development, and what is the associated cost. The Project Preparation Grant (PPG) (more information on the PPG here) WILL NOT cover the cost of all activities in the work schedule. It is important to identify all sources of funding to cover these costs early in the process. Otherwise, there is a risk that funding will run out before the ProDoc has been submitted.