SULINGITUK GOVERNMENT: Scoping

Fictional Case Study

The Sulingituk Government would like to undertake a comprehensive primary data collection project to measure and report on community well-being. They would also like to use these data to inform the development of a new Strategic Plan in two years.

Sulingituk Government decides to use the indicators in the Recommended Indicator List as a starting point. This will allow them to make comparisons with any other SGIGs that use those indicators, and to work together on shared advocacy and funding analysis priorities. 

Leadership is prepared to support the associated capacity and budget requirements. They approve an initial budget for the indicator selection and development process, including for community engagement, and request that a budget for a community census be developed and submitted along with the final list of indicators resulting from this phase of work. 

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