You may need community members to understand the issue in a broader context. Share background information so that community members can reconstruct your knowledge, challenge your thinking, and help you create change. Here is some content to consider including in your project background:
Framework: What motivated you to launch the project? How do you define success? When will you make decisions? How and why can this project help?
Knowledge: What data, research, or experience currently exists? What was considered effective, and what failed? What best practices exist locally and globally?
Resources: What documents, websites, graphs, and databases can help us understand the field? Feel free to share Excel files and prior research.
You have the option to write a short project description on your site homepage, and a more detailed project background on your project homepage. The short project description will also be included in invitation emails to participants. If you leave this field blank, we will show the first few sentences of your detailed project background on your site homepage.
Admins can always change the texts by clicking on the pencil (bottom left of the text field). When the editing mode is enabled, you can also add images, videos and link, or change some of the text formatting.