The Partnerships Analysis Tool: For Partners in Health Promotion
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The Partnerships Analysis Tool: For Partners in Health Promotion

January 1, 2003

The aim of this tool is to help organizations involved in health promotion projects to reflect on the partnerships they have established and monitor their effectiveness.

The tool is divided into three activities:

  • Activity One explores the reason for the partnership. Why is the partnership necessary in this particular project? What value does the partnership add to the project?
  • Activity Two involves designing a map which visually represents the nature of the relationships between agencies in the partnership. A
  • ctivity Three involves completing a checklist which defines the key features of a successful interdepartmental, interagency or intersectoral partnership. The checklist is designed to provide feedback on the current status of the partnership and to suggest areas that need further support and work.



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