MultiStakeholder Dialogue

Mapping context & Stakeholders

The start of community networks will showcase key points and transformational narratives of innovative initiatives started by communities, government, community groups, or with support from internet safety champions and Local Action Groups.

The foundation for community networks will be to conduct baseline assessment to participatory approaches like consultations and public participation to assess the problems and assets of a community.


Stakeholders engagement

Stakeholder engagement and public participation are fundamental to ensure that the community needs are addressed based on baseline data to develop their concept, and organized for implementation. This will provide tools that engage citizens in the planning and reflection as citizens and organizations.

Designing a Community Networks strategy

Strategies for community networks include every one of the key components for socio-economic development and digital transformation. A series of actions, indicators to track progress, and overall, particular, and operational objectives are all included in strategies that are organized in accordance with a clear intervention logic and in response to challenges and needs. The goal of community networks strategies is to determine innovative (digital, technological, social, or other) solutions through Human Centered Design to the problems and opportunities experienced by the communities.

Community Networks Planning actions

Action planning is a systematic process from strategy development, with the overall vision and goal defining of expected costs and resources, resources available to finance, timeframe, key risks and challenges, community engagement, and setting out of expected costs and resources.

Generation of Actions

Through internet safety champions and local action groups, communities will seek for and deploy cutting-edge digital solutions that match the needs, resources, and thematic interests of the local community. Mobilisation of local human and financial resources, and external resources. This necessitates setting up with projects with the community, forging public-private partnerships, and engage internet safety champions and local action groups.


A resource mobilization strategy and business model will be developed to engage corporate, governmental, nonprofit, and community funds used to support community networks.


Planning and implementation of community networks, achievements of results and outcomes, conducting assessment and review. It will reveal specific needs, barriers and enabling factors to give insight on stakeholder engagement process and help in adapting new strategies. The monitoring process will follow an S.M.A.R.T. method to ensure that the strategy and predefined activities are undertaken.

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