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-CARE Afghanistan uses the **Institutional Maturity Index (IMI)** with local Community Development Councils (CDCs) in their programme area. The IMI has two main objectives: 
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-1- To create a process and method for CDC members to reflect on their own performance,​ and to discuss feedback on their performance from community members; 
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-2- To help identify their needed skills and capacities, to help others provide targeted future support to CDCs on areas that are most needed, and to help the CDCs themselves plan for self-improvement in key areas. 
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-The most important aspect of the IMI process is not even the score itself – what is most important is the CDC’s self-reflection and dialogue about its own performance,​ and the Action Plan the CDC prepares to work on its institutional strength. Having an honest conversation and planning for improvement is better than getting a high score! 
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-__**Resources**__ 
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-Institutional Maturity Index (IMI) simplified form 
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-{{ :​imi_form_simplified_version.docx|}} 
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-IMI Action Plan template 
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-{{ :​annex_i_imi_action_plan.docx|}} 
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-IMI Facilitation Guidance 
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-{{ :​annex_ii_imi_facilitation_guidance.docx|}}