Phase 1 will help you to figure out the problem the community you are working with is facing and whether or not you are able to help them solve it.
It will also help answer the following questions:
Lastly, it will teach you how to threat-model to determine the most prevalent threats your communities face.
Chapter 1 explains how to identify a problem faced by the community with whom you are working, how to conceptualize a project based on that problem, and how to determine if you and your project are able to provide a workable solution.
In chapter 2, we will share real-world lessons from within the human rights community and answer the following questions and more: What are the most ethical ways to begin working with the communities you serve? How do you ensure their safety and security?
In chapter 3, you will learn what all about threat-modeling, why it's important, and when to use it.