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Project Proposal

I. GENERAL INFORMATION

a. Title of the Project.
The title of this __-phase program is ____________. The phases of the program are as
follows:

a. Phase 1: title
b. Phase 2: title
c. .

b. Target Community/Beneficiaries. (Who will benefit from the program? Be specific. Members of
CPS? Children in the community? Age range? Indicate the projected number of beneficiaries. Include the
complete address of the community. However, if your phases target different beneficiaries, e.g. one phase
for mothers, one phase for children, specify them as done in the previous section.)

The _________________ are the target beneficiaries of the program.

c. Project Duration.
This program shall be conducted from (date) to (date) in (venue/community). The dates
and duration of the phases are as follows:

a. Phase 1: title (date), (time duration)
b. Phase 2: title (date), (time duration)
c. .

d. Project Proponents.
The ________ shall spearhead this program and all its phases. The phases specified
below shall be conducted with the help of the specified organizations.

a. Phase 1: title (Clinic) and (Organization, if any)
b. Phase 2: title - (Clinic) and (Organization, if any)
c. .

e. Contact Persons.

(Name)
(Clinic Name)
Adviser
Contact Number/Email Address

(Name)
(Clinic Name)
Senior Preceptor
Contact Number/Email Address

(Name)
Clinical Pharmacy Society 14-15
President
Contact Number/Email Address


f. Total Project Cost. (Summary of expenses for the entire program. Everything must add up similarly in
the budget proposal.)

Amount of Organizational Counterpart: (Total)
(Breakdown)
Phase 1: title: (amount)
Phase 2: title: (amount)
Phase 3:

Amount of Community Counterpart: (Total) (From members of the community/beneficiaries.
Usually, an amount of P0.00 is indicated.)
(Breakdown)
Phase 1: title: (amount)
Phase 2: title: (amount)
Phase 3:

Amount Requested from OCD: (Total) (Include here are the transportation fees, inclusive of toll
fees, etc.)
(Breakdown)
Phase 1: title: (amount)
Phase 2: title: (amount)
Phase 3:

II. PROJECT RATIONALE AND DESCRIPTION.
a. Project Background. (Equivalent to Project Rationale. Why the need for the entire program? Discuss
the primary target of your program (e.g. Malnutrition) in detail. Also, explain the need for each phase
briefly.)

b. Project Objectives. (Discuss the objectives of the program generally. Like, increase the knowledge and
awareness of the participants by how many percent? Like, increase the BMI of beneficiaries by how many
percent? Make sure your objectives are achievable and correspond to the phases to justify the needs of
those phases. Also, it is also recommended that your objectives are measurable so that it will be easier to
evaluate whether the objectives are met or not.)
General Objectives: (Discuss the objectives of the program generally. Like, increase the knowledge and
awareness of the participants by how many percent? Like, increase the BMI of beneficiaries by how many
percent? Make sure your objectives are achievable and correspond to the phases to justify the needs of
those phases. Also, it is also recommended that your objectives are measurable so that it will be easier to
evaluate whether the objectives are met or not.)
1. To..;
2. To ;
3. To ; and
4. To .

Specific Objectives: (Discuss the specific objectives for each phase. Make sure each objective
contributes to the attainment of the general objective of the program. If the project doesnt have specific
enough objectives, re-think whether it is necessary for the success of the program. Make sure the outcomes
are measurable and the objectives are clear.)

Phase 1: Title
1. To..;
2. To ;
3. To ; and
4. To .

Phase 2: Title
1. To..;
2. To ;
3. To ; and
4. To .

c. Project Implementation Plan.

Phase 1: title

Components
and
Activities
(Detailed title
of the activities
to be done in
this phase.
Seminars,
workshops,
etc. Include
also assembly
of volunteers,
departure from
UST, arrival in
the
community,
and vice versa.)
Timeframe
or
Schedule
(Time
allotted for
each activity.
Make sure
each activity
has sufficient
time for
completion.
Make sure
the schedule
is flexible to
allow
adjustments
on the day of
the outreach
itself.)
Expected
Outputs
(The statement
signifying the
objectives of the
project. If it was
stated in the
objectives that
there are 100
beneficiaries,
that same
number should
be reflected on
this one, too.
Include pre- and
post-tests, if any,
as well as any
other outputs
from seminars or
workshops to be
conducted.)
Resource
Requirements
(List of things
needed. Include
tables, chairs,
projectors,
laptops,
tarpaulins, etc.)
Cost Estimate and Fund Source (Breakdown
of expenses needed in the phase. The total cost
must be equal to the one declared in the previous
section.)
CSF Organization Community Total
Fund Counterpart Cost



Phase 2: title

Componen
ts and
Activities
Timefram
e or
Schedule
Expecte
d
Outputs
Resource
Requiremen
ts
Cost Estimate and Fund Source
CS
F
Organizati
on Fund
Communit
y
Counterpa
rt
Tot
al
Cost




III. PROJECT MANAGEMENT.

Preparatory Phase. (Discuss the methods done from conceptualization to planning.)

Implementation Phase. (Enumerate the people collectively responsible for the implementation of the
program, whether it be CPS officers, Clinic senior preceptors, volunteers, etc.)

Post-Implementation Phase. (What will be done to assess of the interventions done were effective in
achieving the specific objectives of the individual phases, as well as the general objectives of the program?)

IV. SUSTAINABILITY. (Discuss how the project will continue after leaving the community. Will there be
pamphlets given away? Posters set up? Volunteers trained willingly? Building partnerships with whom to ensure
the program doesnt stop when you leave?)