1) select apopulation of interest;2.identify a health problem of priority for the selected population -To identify a health problem of priority, you may use diverse types of data from various sources including epidemiological data.3.identify goals, and outcome measuresof your proposed health promotion program. Briefly state the desired change by the program;4.identify health promotion strategies and methods that you will use to make the desired changes and achieve the set goals and outcomes –Based on the information collected for the target population, describe in detail strategies (e.g., health education, organizational change, policy development) that you will use to achieve the stated health promotion goals and objectives. Identify and explain specific activities that you will do for each strategy. To identify strategies and methods, consider available resources.5. evaluate the proposed health promotion program using specific indicators –Identify a selected number of measures that can be tracked to assess the extent to which the program is effective.