To deepen your understanding of how health promotion programs are planned, implemented, and evaluated, you develop a proposal for a health promotion program that addresses a health condition that affects your community. Over the course of Modules 2, 3, and 4, you are asked to begin working on specific sections of the proposal and to post updates on your progress in the Project Support Area discussion boards. In your 12- to 15-page proposal, you: Provide a brief description of the community you have selected. Provide a summary of the mini-needs assessment conducted to determine a priority health issue for this community. The mini-needs assessment should be based on available statistics. Provide a description of the primary socio-ecological factors related to the health issue. Identify types of resources and community stakeholders. Provide a description of the stakeholder collaboration strategy that would be used and explain why it is most appropriate. Identify at least one program goal and at least one objective. Identify the theory used to guide development of the intervention and provide a rationale for your selection. Select an appropriate intervention strategy that targets one of the socio-ecological factors associated with this health condition and target population. Identify at least one specific program activity and explain how it would be used in the program. Develop a Logic Model for the program.