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CES planning triangle

The CES planning triangle is a visual tool to help organisations identify their aims and objectives and the outcomes they want to achieve. The triangle is a planning tool for presenting what you are going to do, why you are doing it and what you hope to achieve by doing it. Read our 15 useful case examples to see how others have used the triangle.

Case example 1: bangladeshi association
Case example 1: bangladeshi association
The Bangladeshi Association is based in an area of East London with a large Bangladeshi population. There are also high levels of poverty and social exclusion.
 
Case example 2: BME capacity building project
Case example 2: BME capacity building project
This is a small project based in Birmingham. The aim of the work is to increase the effectiveness of organisations working directly with local BME communities.
 
Case example 3: latin american support group
Case example 3: latin american support group
The Latin American support groups works in two London boroughs. Set up by a group of Argentine women, this group reaches out to Spanish speakers who have recently arrived from Latin America.
 
Case example 4: national alcohol strategy
Case example 4: national alcohol strategy
The National Alcohol Strategy is an organisation aiming to reduce the harm associated with the misuse of alcohol in England.
 
Case example 5: homelessness prevention project
Case example 5: homelessness prevention project
The homelessness prevention project works with young people at risk of homelessness. It covers two adjoining estates in Manchester.
 
Case example 6: refugee disability project
Case example 6: refugee disability project
The refugee disability project is one of the biggest minority ethnic disability projects in the UK. the project seeks to improve the overall quality of life for its members.
 
Case example 7: disability sports network
Case example 7: disability sports network
The disability sports network was initially an informal network of clubs in Yorkshire, providing access to sports for people with disabilities.
 
Case example 8: women's centre
Case example 8: women's centre
The women's centre is in an estate in a deprived area of Nottingham. Many of the women in the target group, are or have been victims of domestic violence or are at risk.
 
Case example 9: community advice centre
Case example 9: community advice centre
The community advice centre is a local advice centre in an area of rural South East England with a high incidence of social exclusion.
 
Case example 10: volunteer development project
Case example 10: volunteer development project
The volunteer development project is part of Action on Development, a small education organisation that aims to increase awareness in the UK around Third World issues.
 
Case example 11: community development
Case example 11: community development
Working across a number of Neighbourhood Renewal priority areas, a dedicated team of community development workers are involved in a wide range of activities to nurture and support community involvement and development.
 
Case example 12: tumbly woodside CVS
Case example 12: tumbly woodside CVS
Tumbly woodside is a thriving CVS that has managed to expand the range of services available to the local and community voluntary sector in an increasingly difficult funding climate.
 
Case example 13: local strategic partnership
Case example 13: local strategic partnership
The local strategic partnership brings together at a local level, in an area of Norfolk, the different parts of the public, business, voluntary and community sector.
 
Case example 14: equal results campaign
Case example 14: equal results campaign
The equal results campaign is a national campaign run by an organisation campaigning for equality within education, training and employment aiming to combat institutional racism.
 
Case example 15: rural action
Case example 15: rural action
Rural action is a rural regeneration charity which seeks to improve the local area by working with the local community to protect and develop their villages and countryside.
 

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