Goals, Objectives and Projects set out the way we will reduce threats and improve targets:

  1. A Goal is how we want our Targets to be, and is a statement of what we should see in the health of the target (ie a shift from yellow to green in the health table)
  2. An Objective is what we want to do about our threats, as part of reaching our Goal, and is a statement of what we should see in the threat ranking (ie a shift from yellow to green in the threat table)
  3. A Project is made up of Strategies and Actions we will do to help us reach our Objectives and Goals.

There are nine (9) goals for the Banbai Plan. That is, there are nine areas we would like to improve our Targets, mainly focusing on the Targets with only Fair health, but some with Good are also to be improved. We should measure progress toward the Goal by measuring the health of the Target, and revisiting the health table above.
There are then seven (7) Objectives across the Threats, and these mostly focus on the high-ranked threats. Achieving the Objectives should see the threats reduce, and we should measure this by revisiting the threat table, after we measure how many and where the threats are.