- Training workshops, street shows, rallies etc.
- Staff selection, staff training etc.
- Baseline survey, participatory rural appraisal (PRA) and focus group discussion (FGD)
- Conferences, meetings, articles and publications
- Establishing shelter homes, counseling and legal support
- Forming self-help groups and cooperatives
- Building irrigation tanks, demo plots etc.
To be most effective, all project activities should be grouped into a coherent strategy and closely align with project objectives. However, activities should not be confused with objectives.
Also important to remember is that while activities may be of central importance to project planning, donors often take a more holistic view to activities. Further reading: What donors want to see in project activities.