What is the difference between Strategies and Activities in a proposal?

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Strategies are broad concepts or approaches to achieve the project objectives while activities are actions that are undertaken within these strategies. For example, ‘building the capacity of the community members’ is a strategy your project has adopted. An activity under this strategy can be: ‘organizing training programs for community members.’

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Strategies and Activities