Assuring Proper Measurement of Need Through Identification
Imagine that you have been tasked with creating a program to address malnutrition in preschool-age children in your small town. You helped to design a similar program in the large city where you previously worked, and in order to save time and resources, you use the design of that program to plan for this new small town. Are there inherent problems with such an approach? Is it possible to have a one-size-fits-all approach to addressing needs?