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 The FedEx Award for Innovations in Disaster PreparednessSubmission FormI. Contact Information
 Name: Title:Organization:Address:Telephone: Email:
II. Basic Information on Project
Title of Project: ________________________________________________________________________Location
(please include all relevant information: regions, countries, districts/provinces, cities, etc)
: _____________________________________________________________________________________
Scale
(choose one)
:Local/CommunityState/Provincial/Sub-nationalNationalRegionalInternational
Target Population(s)
:
Number of Beneficiaries
:
Partners
:
Funders/Donors
:
Total Funding
:
Website:
 
III. Project Details
1. Intervention background and goals and objectives
(maximum 250 words)
Please describe the intervention and its goals and objectives. Include details on the intervention’s
timeline.
2. Please describe the project’s key activities
(maximum 250 words)
Please describe the intervention’s main activities
.
3. Please explain why the intervention is an innovation. Provide evidence in the following areas:
(maximum 750 words)
 
Effectiveness/evidence of success:
Evidence is provided demonstrating the impact of theintervention to increase awareness; build capacity and knowledge; promote communityinvolvement; foster collaboration between civil society, local governments and the privatesector; and/or mainstream disaster preparedness activities.
 
Sustainability:
Information is provided describing the steps taken or mechanisms put in place toensure that the intervention will be socially, financially and environmentally sustainable in thelong-term.
 
Equitable outcomes for women and men:
Evidence is provided to document that theintervention enables or facilitates the participation of, and results in, equitable benefits for bothwomen and men.
 
Efficiency/cost-effectiveness:
Evidence is provided demonstrating the cost-effectiveness of theintervention compared to traditional disaster preparedness interventions.
 
Replicability/adaptability:
Information is provided documenting how the intervention has beenor could be replicated or adapted in other settings; or how the intervention could expandoperations based on demonstrated success in its pilot or phase one areas of operation.
 
 
4. Challenges & Lessons Learned
(maximum 250 words)
Please describe the main challenges or obstacles you faced or are facing in this intervention and how they were addressed. What are the most important lessons that a reader should take from thisexperience? 
5. Have you held or do you plan to hold a consultative process with target groups in which you gatherfeedback? If yes, please explain.
(maximum 150 words)
6. Please provide a testimonial from someone who has benefited from this intervention.
(maximum200 words)
7. If selected, how will your organization use the funds?
(maximum 150 words)

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