What is the problem?
Why is social housing a “wicked problem”?
What is social housing?
What are its causes?
Who are the principal stakeholders?
Where is the problem located?
When does it arise?
Why is the situation problematic?
How did the problem come about?
What is the most appropriate solution?
a. Generate a range of possible solutions
b. Assess the relative merits of alternative solutions
c. Reach consensus on the best option
Will it create awareness and promote social housing?
Is it feasible – most realistic given the available resources?
Is it effective – will it create social housing?
Is it sustainable – lasting effects (e.g., availability of helpful resources over time;
commitment and involvement of all stakeholders; limited unintended impacts on the
social or physical environment)?
Is it respectful – respects the feelings and legitimate interests of stakeholders?
What resources and support needed and available?
What are the potential barriers?
Course of Action
Implementing the solution
Evaluate the Social action
Why does a project succeed or fail?
◦ Has yours succeeded or failed?
◦ How will it impact the different stakeholder identified earlier?
◦ Relevance – What is the value of the intervention in relation to other primary stakeholders’ needs?
(See Fig 2)
◦ Effectiveness – Is the activity achieving satisfactory results in relation to stated objectives?
◦ Impact – What are the results of the intervention – intended and unintended, positive and negative
– including the social, economic, environmental effects on individuals, communities and institutions?
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