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Community Building Initiative Pillars Engagement of Community Residents Development of Community Leaders Engagement of community residents in decision making, including identifying an issue of concern, mobilizing to take appropriate action, and providing support for ongoing involvement in their communities; Development of resident leaders who have the capacity to assume leadership roles in their communities and to represent their communities to external decision makers; Collaboration among Community & Organizational Partners Collaboration among community and organizational partners, to work together and with community residents to develop and implement a work plan for the project; Bridge-building with External Decision Makers Bridge building with external decision makers (such as city council members, school board members), to develop relationships and interest to support the community’s approach to addressing the identified problem.
Phases of Work CBI Pillars EVIDENCE Community Building Initiative Model Community Problem Selection Process Engagement of Community Residents Plan for Implementation Development of Community Leaders Collaboration among Community & Organizational Partners Implementation Bridge-building with External Decision Makers
Community Problem Selection Process (CPSP) Four steps: Community Assessment Identification of 1 -2 problems for further analysis Problem Analysis for 1 -2 problems Selection of one community problem for the CBI 3
Plan for Implementation Activities Strategy 1 Strategy 2 Goal (Statement of Goal) Strategy 1 Measure Activities Strategy 2 Measure the Activities Outcome Measure Strategy 3 Measure (Measure of the Goal) 4