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SWOT Analysis as a self-evaluation exercise

Marielle Schweickart
Sanergy, Kenya

Special Projects Consultant (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene)

The filled out SWOT analysis sheet for a product sales at Sanergy.

I am working on a project to diversify the income streams of micro-entrepreneurs in the community in which we work. I am actually well into this project and I wasn’t attempting to solve a problem, per say, but I thought that some of the tools could help me think through the next few stages of it. I used the SWOT Analysis tool as a self evaluation exercise, but decided to change it a bit, by pretending I had filled it for my project 2 months ago.

 

This tool worked well and helped me view my project as holistically as possible and I think it would have been useful if I used it in the beginning of the project.

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  2. Agbaje Olatunde

    The Vision for Teenagers Adolescents and Youths Wellbeing Initiative

    SWOT is a very fantastic analytical tool for evaluating the standard of an organization.I find it very interesting

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  3. Florence N Ndukuyu

    Women without Borders- Kenya

    Thanks a lot for sharing.I have liked this tool so much because its very analytical. I was taken through sometimes back but its long I have never revised it.I hope its going to be very helpful on my organisation.
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    Foundation for Development Organization

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