- primary stakeholders, who
are directly affected, positively or negatively, by the process
- secondary stakeholders, who
are involved in the delivery process.
For example, in a malaria programme,
organizations representing peasant farmers, women's groups and
youth in the villages in the programme may be included as primary
stakeholders. Secondary stakeholders will include the service
NGOs and local government outreach health services. These might
organize sprayers and chemicals and facilitate community discussion
on when, where and how this should be done.
Stakeholder analysis includes all groups with interests, both
winners and losers, if they exist, and those involved or excluded
from the decision-making process.