Scenario Analysis

Scenario Analysis: Causes

Identify the causes to these bottlenecks with which to address them. When you click on “Causes”, EQUIST will automatically generate a list of causes associated with that bottleneck.
You can select or unselect the causes you feel are most relevant to your country context.
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You can then customize a more detailed description of the causes in the text box to the right.

“Enabling Environment” will identify enabling environment regarding those causes.There are fixed Enabling Environment:

  • Social Norms
  • Legislation/Policy
  • Budget/Expenditure
  • Management/Coordination

Which are the immediate causes identifying those and making proper selections. Similarly more detailed description can be provided in text-area.

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