Project Management Plan

Help Safari Doctors create a detailed project management plan that is shareable with key stakeholders and will enable strong project execution.
Safari Doctors
Lamu Island, Kenya
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Lamu Island, Kenya


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Posted April 27th

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What We Need
  • A project management plan that contains a project overview, objectives, scope, key deliverables, management process, team roles and assignments, constraints, assumptions, timeline/deadlines, and costs
Additional Details

We would love some support to help us structure and develop a project management plan for a health program we wish to run.

What We Have In Place
  • We currently have a previous project report and a new grant for this, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have dedicated team members to work on this, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help
This project will save us $4,760 , allowing us to direct the funding to deliver basic healthcare needs to marginalised communities.

As an organisation we wish to transition to a more structure way of working through the way we cary out our programs.
By following a project management plan this will enable us to monitor our progress and importantly begin to measure and evaluate the work.

Project Plan

Prep: Distribution of Prep Materials
  • Volunteer Manager shares all available materials with Professional, including project overview, objectives, scope, key deliverables, management process, team roles and assignments, constraints, assumptions, timeline/deadlines, and costs
  • Volunteer Manager shares existing project management plans, branding guidelines, and style preferences (if any)
Milestone 1: Brainstorming
  • Professional reviews gathered prep materials
  • Professional connects with the Volunteer Manager for a brainstorming/overview session on the project goals and processes
  • Volunteer Manager and Professional agree on best approach and structure of the project management plan
Milestone 2: Project Management Plan Outline
  • Professional creates an outline of the project management plan and shares it with the Volunteer Manager
  • Volunteer Manager provides feedback to the Professional
  • Professional receives additional feedback from other team members (if necessary)
Milestone 3: First Draft & Feedback
  • Professional creates first draft of project management plan and a project organizational chart
  • Volunteer Manager reviews first draft and provides up to two rounds of feedback
Milestone 4: Final Project Management Plan
  • Professional provides Volunteer Manager with final project management plan and shares how to update project plan
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About The Org

Safari Doctors
Posted by
Clementine L.

Communications and Development Officer

Our Mission

Safari Doctors was registered as a community-based organization in Lamu, Kenya in 2015. Our mission is to provide innovative, community-driven healthcare solutions that promote well-being for marginalized communities in Lamu County.

The indigenous Aweer and Bajuni communities live within the archipelago and on the mainland near the border with Somalia. Neglect and insecurity continue to impede their right to access healthcare.

What We Do

Each month, the team sets sail in a boat loaded with medicines and conducts mobile clinics across at least 11 villages. Together with regular outreach work, the team reaches up to 800 patients a month.

Safari Doctors operates a youth Health Ambassadors programme, engaging young men and women who receive basic health education and training, to facilitate our work and become
health leaders in their communities.

As part of our holistic approach to community health, our Safari Vet cares for hundreds of animals. During our outreach work, we provide veterinary services and carry out community awareness sessions on animal welfare and One Health.

Our team also operates a civic education program to build indigenous women's capacity to
engage in County health budget processes and inform policy.

In 2017, the UN in Kenya awarded the Safari Doctors team the United Nations Person of the Year award, "for the outstanding efforts and commendable work providing medical care to marginalized communities in the far reaching areas of Lamu."