Most community action plans can benefit from recruiting partners—individuals or organization that might help with the solution to the public-health issue. These partners may have money, special tools or skills, and other resources.
Create a list of at least ten local partners / stakeholders who might be willing to help you implement or develop your own Community Action Plan. Remember, a stakeholder is a person with an interest or concern in something. For each potential partner include all of the following information:
the potential partner’s name,
comprehensive contact information (job title, address, phone, website, and any assistants’ names),
a short explanation of why you think he/she/it would be useful to your project, and
why you think that particular partner might be interested in joining your effort—that is, what is the benefit to the partner in doing so?
ars before they meet their fates. The gods seem slow acting, even reluctant to deal with such problems. Athena takes up Orestes' case not because he is a suppliant, but because the Furies will spread "the venom of their pride, plague everlasting blights of our land" (Aeschylus Eumenides 493-494) if they "fail to win their day in court." (Aeschylus Eumenides 492). She also stops Odysseus' plan to kill the army of elders, even though she had just helped murder the suitors. The Furies point out these inconsistencies, saying that "the laws of god may veer from north to south / we Furies plead for Measure" (Aeschylus Eumenides 540-541). But despite these contradictions, the gods actually have an interest in seeing justice dealt fairly. Athena's actions prevent Odysseus from slaughtering an innocent group of men and end the cycle of violence that plagued the house of Atreus. The gods are designed like mortals and therefore aren't perfect, but their actions show that their goal is to assist mankind, not subjugate it. In a society that prided itself on democracy and free-thinking, it is no wonder that the Greeks embraced the laws of hospitality - they allowed for people to treat each other justly and without prejudice. Homer and Aeschylus understood the power of the laws, which is why they are referenced in the Odyssey and Oresteia. Perhaps modern society should think more like Menelaus, who tells his servant to help Telemachus because "of all the hospitality we enjoyed / at the hands of other men before we made it home" (Homer 4:38-39).>GET ANSWER