Environment

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 Definitions and Scope

Segments

Size of Problem

Desired Outcomes

  • State what are the ideal outcomes for this issue are, and what they mean.
    • Outcomes measure actual change tangibly and are not the same as outputs - a programme serving a large number of clients (output) may not mean that all clients saythat they have benefitted from it (outcome).
  • For example, if an ideal outcome is that 'Children are resilient', look for research that defines what resilience entails (e.g., psychological resilience)
  • Knowing outcomes helps determine whether our policies and services are performing well.
  • Other examples include having a ‘good death’ for the terminally ill, ‘social inclusion’ of people with disabilities, or ‘engaged youth’.

Issues / Needs


Need for (insert description)

EXISTING RESOURCES GAPS AND THEIR CAUSES POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
Existing services or programmes both private or public, including relevant policies and legislation, to meet the need. (e.g., Childcare Centres) Find these out from relevant sources - newspapers, reports, surveys, interviews with key stakeholders etc. Some gaps could be due to: 1) capacity of solution to meet size & projected demand, 2) quality of solution (effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability, scalability etc.), 3) accessibility (geographical, cost to client)] Based on the specific gaps and reasons for those gaps, what might be solutions that can help? Insert existing but untapped resources, or new ideas that have not been considered yet.

Need for (insert description)

EXISTING RESOURCES GAPS AND THEIR CAUSES POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
Existing services or programmes both private or public, including relevant policies and legislation, to meet the need. (e.g., Childcare Centres) Find these out from relevant sources - newspapers, reports, surveys, interviews with key stakeholders etc. Some gaps could be due to: 1) capacity of solution to meet size & projected demand, 2) quality of solution (effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability, scalability etc.), 3) accessibility (geographical, cost to client)] Based on the specific gaps and reasons for those gaps, what might be solutions that can help? Insert existing but untapped resources, or new ideas that have not been considered yet.

Need for (insert description)

  • (Synoptic Statement)
STATISTICS
  • (e.g., there are 1 million children in Singapore - please cite)
EXISTING RESOURCES GAPS AND THEIR CAUSES POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
Existing services or programmes both private or public, including relevant policies and legislation, to meet the need. (e.g., Childcare Centres) Find these out from relevant sources - newspapers, reports, surveys, interviews with key stakeholders etc. Some gaps could be due to: 1) capacity of solution to meet size & projected demand, 2) quality of solution (effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability, scalability etc.), 3) accessibility (geographical, cost to client)] Based on the specific gaps and reasons for those gaps, what might be solutions that can help? Insert existing but untapped resources, or new ideas that have not been considered yet.

Resource Directory

Centre for Climate Research Singapore (part of Meteorological Service Singapore)

https://ccrs.weather.gov.sg/

[insert organization name]