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Introduction: Describe the community/social development issue you are going to address in this paper and why it is relevant to the social work profession. Within this segment, please prepare a demographic profile – total population, total growth rate, age structure, percent of urban/rural population, human development indicators (life expectancy, infant mortality rates, maternal mortality rates, fertility rates) as they pertain to the issue being addressed. In addition, provide demographic political, social, and economic contexts of the problem.
Problem/Issue Analysis: Explain the magnitude of the problem/issue. Try to answer the following questions and add more questions as you explore further: What is the nature of the social issue/problem? Who are being affected and to what extent? What values, beliefs, norms affect the social issue/problem? Is this issue result of an individual or a social system? What social structures (e.g. patriarchy, capitalism) influence the issue/problem and through what mechanisms? What are the consequences of this issue/problem? How does this issue/problem affect individual/group’s rights?
Intervention: Summarize the existing intervention(s) and identifies their strengths and limitations. Using the theories, concepts and knowledge learned in this class, please develop intervention(s) for the problem/issue. Explain why your intervention is unique and appropriate to address the core of the issue. Describe the approach you will use to implement your intervention. Who are the main stakeholders that should be involved in your intervention(s)? Why did you pick them? Do you anticipate any challenges? If so, how would you address them?
Ethics: Are there any ethical and value implications of your proposed intervention? Citing literature from readings, discuss how you would contemplate cultural relativism and its implications in your intervention strategy/strategies. Discuss how you would avoid any ethical conflict (e.g. imposing western values in non-western contexts) that may arise from your intervention.
Practitioner’s Roles? How can you get involved? Describe some of the roles and skills that you can bring to be successful in your intervention plan. How can you be the most effective with the population you are working with and why?