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Summary Report
A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 Donor Agency: Project Title: AMREF CODE: Project Period: Currency Used: THE GUARDIAN NEWSPAPER KATINE COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP PROJECT E213 JULY 2007-SEPTEMBER 2011 BRITISH POUND STERLING B C D E

PROJECT ACTIVITIES
1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 6.1 7.0 8.0 9.0 CORE TEAM SALARIES HEALTH ACTIVITIES EDUCATION ACTIVITIES WATSAN ACTIVITIES LIVELIHOODS ACTIVITIES COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT ACTIVITIES COMMUNICATION PROJECT OPERATIONAL COSTS PROJECT CAPITAL COSTS OFFICE ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT & RUNNING COSTS

Total Budget (Year 4 £ 210,679 £ 25,706 £ 34,684 £ 76,220 £ 50,886 £ 19,231 £ 6,589 £ 35,117

£ 27,306 £ 486,417

TOTAL

PROJECT MANAGEMENT
1.0 2.0 SENIOR TECHNICAL SUPPORT COUNTRY PROJECT SUPPORT COSTS

Total Budget (Year 4

£ 16,529 £ 15,534
£ 32,063

TOTAL

MONITORING & EVALUATION
1.0 M&E ACTIVITIES

Total Budget (Year 4 £ 8,421 £ 8,421

TOTAL

UK MANAGEMENT COSTS
1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 FUNDRAISING PROGRAMME COSTS COMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT

Total Budget (Year 4 £ 10,000 £ 23,000 £££ 33,000

TOTAL
total

CONTINGENCY & AGENCY SUPPORT COSTS
1.0 2.0 Contingency Capacity-building & agency support costs - UK

Total Budget (Year 4 ££ 33,594

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3.0

Capacity-building & agency support costs - Africa

£ 33,594 £ 67,188

TOTAL GRAND TOTAL ESTIMATE

£ 627,090 -£ 172,910

Project Activities - Detail
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GUARDIAN NEWSPAPER/BARCLAYS BANK

KATINE COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP PROJECT E213 JULY 2007-JUNE 2010

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OCTOBER 2008 MARCH 2009 BRITISH POUND STERLING

8 9 KATINE PROJECT ACTIVITIES 10 1.0 Core Team Katine 1 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37
1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 Project Manager Communications Officer Project Officer * 4 FTE Project Officer Assistant * 3 FTE Project Accountant * 1 FTE IT Specialist * 1 FTE Monitoring & Evaluation Officer * 1 FTE Administrative Officer * 1 FTE Driver * 2 FTE Other Support Staff * 2 FTE Security Guards * 2 FTE Communication Kampala Procurement Officer Logistics Officer SALARIES TOTAL 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 Project Activities Health Education Watsan Livelihoods Community Empowerment Communication \ 3.0 3.1 3.2 Project Operational costs Fuel for Katine Cars Fuel for Kampala to Katine roundtrip trips

Quantity

Unit Price

Unit Price

Total Price/ Month

Total Budget (Year 4

Total Budget (Year 4

USH 1 1 4 4 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 UGX 5,728,800 UGX 4,153,380 UGX 3,395,535 UGX 1,989,842 UGX 3,645,600 UGX 3,292,725 UGX 4,109,274 UGX 1,794,319 UGX 770,186 UGX 489,892 UGX 450,000 UGX 5,973,716 UGX 1,612,903 UGX 1,825,302

Pounds £ 1,773 £ 1,286 £ 1,051 £ 616 £ 1,129 £ 1,019 £ 1,152 £ 555 £ 238 £ 152 £ 139 £ 1,849 £ 499 £ 565

Pounds £ 1,773 £ 1,286 £ 4,205 £ 2,464 £ 1,129 £ 1,021 £ 1,152 £ 555 £ 477 £ 303 £ 279 £ 1,849 £ 499 £ 565 £ 17,557 £ 21,281 £ 15,429 £ 50,454 £ 29,567 £ 13,543 £ 12,252 £ 13,819 £ 6,665 £ 5,722 £ 3,640 £ 3,343 £ 22,191 £ 5,992 £ 6,781 £ 210,679 £ 21,281 £ 15,429 £ 50,454 £ 29,567 £ 13,543 £ 12,252 £ 13,819 £ 6,665 £ 5,722 £ 3,640 £ 3,343 £ 22,191 £ 5,992 £ 6,781 £ 210,679

1 1

£ 25,706 £ 34,684 £ 76,220 £ 50,886 £ 19,231 £ 6,589 £ 213,316

£ 25,706 £ 34,684 £ 76,220 £ 50,886 £ 19,231 £ 6,589 £ 213,316

2 2

UGX 900,000 UGX 700,000 UGX

£ 279 £ 217

£ 557 £ 433

£ 6,687 £ 5,201

£ 6,687 £ 5,201

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2 2 2 2 2 12 100,000 UGX 850,000 UGX 480,000 UGX 550,000 UGX 300,000 UGX 680,000 £ 31 £ 263 £ 149 £ 170 £ 93 £ 211 £ 62 £ 526 £ 297 £ 341 £ 186 £ 2,526 £ 4,928 £ 743 £ 526 £ 297 £ 341 £ 1,114 £ 20,208 £ 35,117 £ 743 £ 526 £ 297 £ 341 £ 1,114 £ 20,208 £ 35,117

37 38 39 40 41 42 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94

3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8

Fuel - Motorcycle Vehicle maintenance - Car Vehicle maintenance - Motorcycle Vehicle insurance - Car Vehicle insurance - Motorcycle Local Accommodation costs to Kampala PROJECT OPERATIONAL COSTS TOTAL

4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9 4.10 4.11 4.12 4.13 4.14 4.15 4.16 4.17 4.18 4.19 4.20 4.21 4.22 4.23 4.24

Project Capital Costs Desktop computers and accessories Laptops Color Printer Internet installation infrastructure Photocopier LCD projector and screen Vehicle Purchase and accessories Motorcycle and accessories Generator purchase Generator set-up costs Office furniture Desks Chairs Filing cabinets Shelves Notice board Curtains Flip Chart Stand Other items Sign posts Mobile phones Telesaver Landline phone setup Security Asset Tagging - Small Items Security Asset Tagging - Vehicles PROJECT CAPITAL COSTS TOTAL 14 14 2 2 6 6 2 1 2 3 1 17 4 UGX UGX UGX UGX UGX UGX UGX UGX UGX UGX UGX UGX UGX ££££££££££££££USH 1 1 12 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 UGX 120,000 UGX 450,000 UGX 500,000 UGX 290,000 UGX 49,000 UGX 250,000 UGX 400,000 UGX 900,000 UGX 450,000 Pounds £ 15 £ 77 £ 124 £ 279 £ 139 ££ 37 £ 139 £ 155 £ 90 Pounds £ 15 £ 77 £ 1,486 £ 279 £ 139 ££ 37 £ 139 £ 155 £ 90 £ 2,417 £ 182 £ 929 £ 17,831 £ 3,343 £ 1,672 ££ 446 £ 1,672 £ 155 £ 1,077 £ 27,306 £ 182 £ 929 £ 17,831 £ 3,343 £ 1,672 ££ 446 £ 1,672 £ 155 £ 1,077 £ 27,306 9 4 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 UGX UGX UGX UGX UGX ££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££££-

5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 5.9 5.10

Office Administrative Support & Running Costs Communications (postage & couriers) Communications (telesaver phone) Communications (mobile phone) Communications (internet connection) Office supplies Water Office maintenance and repair Equipment maintenance Equipment insurance Generator running costs (and/or Electricity supply when available) OFFICE ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT & RUNNING COSTS TOTAL

GRAND TOTAL KATINE PROJECT COSTS
1 Core team costs include team recruitment costs.

£ 486,417

£ 486,417

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Project Management
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Donor Agency: Project Title: AMREF CODE: Project Period: Period Covered by Report : Currency Used: Financial Model Yearly Breakdown for Project Management Costs (£)
Quantity Unit Price Unit Price Total Price/ Month Total (Year 4) Total Budget Year 4

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1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 AMREF Uganda Senior Technical Support Salaries & Benefits Country Director Head of Programmes HR and Administration Manager Finance Manager ADP Consultants SALARIES & BENEFITS TOTAL 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 Country Project Support Costs Local Accommodation costs to Katine International travel to UK International travel accommodation in UK Central communication costs Project audit (includes fee and travel, accomodation) PROJECT SUPPORT COSTS TOTAL

USH 12 20% 10% 10% UGX 1,128,500 UGX 337,850 UGX 399,000

Pounds £ 800 £ 349 £ 105 £ 124 £-

Pounds £ 800 £ 349 £ 105 £ 124 £ 9,600 £ 4,192 £ 1,255 £ 1,482 ££ 16,529 £ 9,600 £ 4,192 £ 1,255 £ 1,482 ££ 16,529

0.25 2.5 20 1 1

UGX 2,915,000 UGX 2,475,900 UGX 496,600 UGX 1,300,000

£ 902 £ 766 £ 154 £ 403 £ 3,000

£ 226 £ 1,916 £ 3,075 £ 403 £ 3,000

£ 2,707 £ 1,916 £ 3,075 £ 4,836 £ 3,000 £ 15,534

£ 2,707 £ 1,916 £ 3,075 £ 4,836 £ 3,000 £ 15,534

TOTAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT COSTS

£ 32,063 £ 32,063

M&E - Detail
A 1 2 3 4 Project Title: AMREF CODE: Project Period: Period Covered by Report : Currency Used: B C D E F J
THE GUARDIAN NEWSPAPER

KATINE COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP PROJECT E213 JULY 2007-JUNE 2010

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OCTOBER 2008 MARCH 2009 BRITISH POUND STERLING
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Financial Model Yearly Breakdown for Monitoring & Evaluation Costs

STERLING

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9 10 MONITORING & EVALUATION 11 1.0 Monitoring & Evaluation Activities 12 1.1 Documentation\ 13 1.2 Capactity Building 14 1.3 Evaluation Costs (Project) 15 MONITORING & EVALUATION ACTIVTY COSTS TOTAL 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Date____________________________ 29 30

Quantity

Unit Price

Unit Price

Total Price/ Month

Total Budget Year 4

1 1 1

£ 5,221 £ 3,200 £-

£ 5,221 £ 3,200

£ 5,221 £ 3,200 ££ 8,421

UK Management
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Unit Price Unit Price Total Price/ Month Total (Year 4)

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9 10 UK 11 1.0 12 1.1 13 1.2 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34
1.3 1.4 1.5

Quantity

MANAGEMENT & ADMIN COSTS AMREF
Fundraising Donation processing Relationship management Fundraising processing preparation, temporary staff induction and training Inception phase relationship management Additional systems strengthening and compliance SALARIES TOTAL 2.0 2.1 3.1 2.2 2.3 2.6 Programme Costs Travel to Uganda to assist project startup activities International travel Recruitment cost for staff post UK Programmes staff member & Admin assistant Advocacy PROGRAMME SET UP COSTS TOTAL 3.0 3.2 3.3 Communications Ongoing website maintenance Adapting UK website to deal with increased traffic TRAVEL AND ACCOMODATION TOTAL Management Legal fees Computer and software PROJECT COSTS TOTAL n/a 1 £n/a ££££1 1 £££££n/a n/a 1 1 1 n/a n/a n/a £ 8,000.00 £ 2,000.00 £££10,000 £ 8,000 £ 2,000 £££10,000

1 1 1 1 n/a n/a n/a

££ 2,000 ££ 19,000 £ 2,000 £ 23,000.00

££ 2,000 ££ 19,000 £ 2,000 ` £ 23,000.00

4.0 4.1 4.2

TOTAL MANAGEMENT & ADMIN AMREF UK COSTS

£ 33,000

£ 33,000

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Financial Model Yearly Breakdown for AMREF Uganda and AMREF UK Contingency and Overhead Recovery Costs

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8 9 10 CONTINGENCY & AGENCY SUPPORT COSTS 11 1.0 Contingency & Agency Support Costs 12
5% of total costs UK

Total Budget (Year 4

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only ££ 33,594 £ 33,594 £ 67,188

12 1.1 13 1.2 14 1.3 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

Contingency Capacity-building & agency support costs - UK Capacity-building & agency support costs Africa CONTINGENCY & AGENCY SUPPORT COSTS TOTAL

TOTAL MANAGEMENT & ADMIN AMREF UK COSTS \

£ 67,188

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HEALTH
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1 Indicators Units Improved Community Health 1.1 Improve communitybased prevention, treatment and care for HIV/AIDS, malaria, TB, RH, and childhood illnesses 1.1.1 Strengthen the capacity of Village Health Teams (VHTs) 1.1.1.1 Provide refresh 85 VHTs training to Village trained Health Teams on family planning methods (including condom use for HIV prevention). Training session 1.1.1.2 Provide refresh 85 VHTs training to Village trained Health Teams on issues of monitoring drug adherance related to HIV/AIDS, malaria and TB (through CB DOTS Community Based Directly Observed Treatment Services) 1.1.1.4 Provide refresh 170 VHTs training to VHTs trained on home based management childhood disease, including malaria (fever), pneumonia, diarrhoea diseases, skin and eye infections, immunization, growth monitoring, Unit Targets Year 4 Total Budget Budget Costs yr 3 Notes Pounds Uganda UGX

Implementation schedule

Oct

Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep

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5 6

7

£ 1,500

1 £ 1,500

Three day non residential training for 85 VHTs (Meals for participants £900, allowances £450 and stationary 4,837,500 £150)

8

Training session

£ 1,500

1 £ 1,500

Three day non residential training for 85 VHTs (Meals for participants £900, allowances £450 and stationary 4,837,500 £150)

Training

£

Three day non residential training for 170 VHTs (Meals for participants £1,800, allowances £900 and stationary

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growth monitoring, nutrition. 1.1.1.5 Train community vaccinators in EPI and record keeping and support immunization outreach Training session 15 community vaccinators trained £ 1,500 stationary 9,675,000 £300) Five day residential training for 15 community vaccinators (Meals for participants £1,331, allowances £350 and stationary 5,517,975 £30) 24,867,975

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2 £ 3,000

10 11
1.1.2

Training session Sub Total Strengthen Community Outreach Initiatives 1.1.2.1 Strengthen timely community outreach services provided by Community vaccinators and Health Centre workers (such as routine child Immunization, child health days to improve childhood immunization coverage) Sub Total 1.2.2 Strengthen health care service provision 1.2.2.4 Conduct on job training in form of technical support supervision by the district health team to Community Health Centre workers on Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses (IMCI)

£ 1,711

1 £ 1,711 £ 7,711

12

52 community health outreaches conducted

Support the outreach team (5 per outreach) with transport in terms of fuel £110, lunch and stationary for reports £30

13 14 15

outreach

£ 140

52 £ 7,280 £ 7,280

23,478,000 23,478,000

3 Technical support supervision conducted

16 17 18 19
1.3

supervision visits £ 800 Sub Total Strengthen rural health systems 1.3.1 Strengthen health information and management systems 1.3.1.3 provide a refresher training to members of Health Unit Management Committee on management processes planning, budgeting, financial, performance management, monitoring quality of care, infection control, medical waste disposal, access to drugs and drug management 1.3.1.4 Strengthen system for regular meetings, supervision, and reporting of VHTs at health centre, parish and HSD levels

3 £ 2,400 £ 2,400

Support the district technical team (DHT) to conduct technical support supervision on a quarterly basis with transport to the H/Cs in terms of fuel £400, out of station allowance £200, lunch and stationary for 7,740,000 reports £200 7,740,000

1 refresher training conducted

20

Training session 12 supervisory visits conducted

£ 3,715

1 £ 3,715

21 22
1.3.2

supervision visits £ 200 Sub Total Strengthen referral and supply systems between VHTs and the appropriate level of the health facility 1.3.2.2 Strengthen referral system from VHT to appropriate level of health facility and track referrals

12 £ 2,400 £ 6,115

Five day residential training for 23 members of the health unit management commiittee (Meals and accomodation for participants £2,885, allowances £700 and stationary, hand outs booklets 11,980,875 £130) Conduct monthly coordination meetings with 272 VHTs and health centre staff workers meals £170 stationary for 7,740,000 reports £30 19,720,875

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12 supervisory visits conducted

This will be conducted once a month during routine support and when VHTs

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Supervision visits 1.3.2.7 Explore options for funding motivation package for VHTs (e.g. T-shirts, gumboots, umbrella, books, pens) 272 VHTs provided with a motivation package bring monthly 0.00 reports 272 pieces of E.g T-shirts, gumboots, umbrella, books, pens will be procured and distributed to VHTs as motivation package in accordance with MoH guidelines £ 2 £ 2,200 7,095,000.00 2,200 ££ 2,200 7,095,000.00 £ £ 25,706 82,901,850

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VHT member Subtotal OBJECTIVE 1 HEALTH: Total costs

£ 1,100

3225

educ
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Implementation bar Schedule

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2 Improved access to quality education 2.1 Improve teaching and learning environment 2.1.1 Train teachers on child centred methodologies to improve academic performance

Indicators

Units

Budget yr4

Budget notes

Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep

5

Pounds (£) Uganda Shhs

6

Teachers per training lesson plans incorporating aspects of these topics

7
2.1.2 Train teachers to promote per training

£ 1,586

1 £ 1,586

5 reams of photocopying paper @10000each, 2boxes of pens @ 12000,5 flipcharts @10000each,48 A4 notebooks @1500,5rolls of masking tape @ 1000, 1scissor @ 1500, photocopying kits @ 100, 3 boxes of markers @ 10,000, 1 box of staples @2000, hall hire for 3 days fuel for £ 5,114,850 monitoring 444,750

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adolescent friendly reproductive health counselling. 2.1.3 Provide teaching materials to teachers to facilitate teaching and learning (including materials for reproductive health) 2.1.4 Training teachers to develop local materials to facilitate teaching and learning local materials dvelopment 2.1.5 Support supervision and follow up of teacher training

£No. of per textbook children accessing school readers, literacy results

1

£-

£-

Assumption that the average cost of a text book is 10,000 = 1290 less or more £ 4 1000 £ 4,000 £ 12,900,000 depending on cost per school

£Number of per session teachers preparing good lesson plans & number of schools implementing PHASE sch projects

0

£-

£-

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2.1.6 Rehabilitate existing classrooms 2.1.7 Increase seating facilities per classroom

£ 2,000

DIS, DEC, CCT Facilitation fees @ 30,000 per day for 32 days in 3 terms, meeting with head teachers, 3 meetings @ 20,000per personX15X3,Airtime 50,000 X 4 qtrs, fuel for all field monitoring for the year, 145 teachers meetings X3 , 3 £ 6,000 £ 19,350,000 photocopying

£Number of per desk schools meeting national target for desks (3:1) per classroom per school

0

£-

£-

13 14
2.1.8 Construct new classrooms 2.1.9 Establish community committees to oversee the construction of classrooms 2.1.10 Strengthen linkages between schools and the communities to promote personal hygiene and sanitation education phase

£ 30 £-

Procurement of 558 desks at an estimated cost of 100,000per £ 558 16,740 £ 53,986,500 desk 0 ££-

15

£Knowledge, per school attitude and practic change evident in use of tippy taps, utensils rack , good latrine management , clean compound in school & home, reprint phase kits per shelter

0

£-

£-

16

£ 333

3

£ 999

Conduct 3 childrens events to promote school hygiene, refreshments for children @ 700X4500 children, transport hire for 14 schools and facilitation fees for officials @30,000 recording competition £ 3,221,775 results

2.1.11 Improve Nil sanitation facilities for girls and boys, providing accessibility for the disabled and special facilities for girls (including bath shelters, changing

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changing rooms) 2.1.12 Source affordable sanitary pads or train girls on how to make their own 2.1.13 Use music, drama, sports and other activities to strengthen the capacity of school health clubs in hygiene promotion 2.1 SubObjective total costs 2.2 Promote inclusive education of girls, disabled children, orphans, and vulnerable children Sensitise communities about the importance of enrolling and supporting marginalised children, especially orphans and vulnerable children, and children with disabilities (through child rights training and sensitisation campaigns) Conduct an advocacy forum with female teachers to be role models for girls Promote school drama, music festivals, and sports events to attract children to stay in school (e.g. provide small inputs such as soccer and volleyball balls, nets) Promote disabilityfriendly teaching methods and materials, and school infrastructure SubObjective total costs

£Nil per training

0

£-

£-

£Attitude per event change demonstrated in retention rate of pupils ( No. of pupils completing P.7) £ 333

0

£-

£-

3

£ 999

Support 3 national events , MDD, Sports and AGM for schools, refreshments £ 3,221,775 @ 700X4000 for 15

£30,324 £97,794,900

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2.2.1

Increase in per parish school enrollment of children with special needs

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2.2.2

£ 500 per training

3 £ 1,500

Refreshments for 500ppts in 6 @ 2100000 parishes who will participate in awareness exercise,IEC @ 2737500 posters made and procured in promotion of £ 4,837,500 inclusive education

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2.2.3

£per event

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£-

£-

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2.2.4

£per training

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£-

£-

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£-

0

£-

£-

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£1,500

£4,837,500

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2.3 Strengthen community ownership over school supervision Facilitate information sharing forums between school management committees and inspectors to improve performance Train Parent Teachers Associations for improved community management of school learning and teaching processes and to empower the community to advocate for improvements to schools at the district level Provide training to the stakeholders, including children, to collect data and monitor progress in schools Support the establishment of education management information systems in target schools and link to the district education system SubObjective total costs

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SMCs per training understand their roles & responsibilities and conduct regular meetings at least 1 in a term £ 310 PTAs per training understand their roles & responsibilities and conduct joint meetings with SMC at least once a term 3 £ 930

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2.3.2

3 meetings of 135X5000X3 SMC members per term to streamline and strengthen their performance (stationery and £ 2,999,250 transport refund)

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2.3.4

£ 310 per training

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£ 930

3 meetings of 135X5000X3 PTA members per term to streamline andstrengthen their performance (stationery and £ 2,999,250 transport refund)

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2.3.5

£Up and runnng per session updated district EMIS programme

0

£-

£Support the capacity of the district officials( DEO,DIS, DDEO, Katine DIS, CCT) to run and manager the EMIS system through Computer training for £ 3,225,000 5 days

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2.3

£ 1,000

1 £ 1,000

34 35 36 37 38 39 40

£2,860

£9,223,500

£34,684 £111,855,900

WATSAN
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Improved access to
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Implementation schedule

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safe water, sanitation, 3 and hygiene: Increase access to 3.1 safe water: Construction of household rain water jars. Water quality consumables.

Unit costs

Year Budget 4 Yr 4

5 rain water jars constructed. Reagents procured. 2 motor drilled wells constructed.

per jar per quarter

£190 £881

5

£950

Masons allowances 1,000,000shs; materials procurement 2,063,750 3,063,750 shs. Water testing regents 11,364,900 procured. 2,000,000 shs for commuity meetings, selection of committees and pre construction training of selected WSCs; 16,253,500 shs contract costs for drilling 18,253,500 the wells. 1,000,000 shs for community meetings, selection of committee and pre construction training of committee; 16,737,500 shs being contract costs payable on completion of drilling, installation and 17,737,500 verification of the works. Software activities; community meetings and sensitization 4,370,850 shs; Fabrication and recetion of tank stand and connection of reservoir tank 40,000,000shs.Generator 15 KVA 15,000,000 shs; Pump and assessories 7,500,000 shs;Supervision of works 6,000,000 shs; Commissioning of facility 77,870,850 5,000,000 shs. Technical staff allowances during water testing 6,400,000 shs; Facilitation during feedback meetings 2,400,000 shs; stationnary 180,000 shs; Coordination airtime 200,000 shs and refreshments 138,000 9,288,000 shs. 137,578,500

4 £3,524

9 3.1.3

Construction of motor drilled wells.
One borehole drilled and installed with hand pumps.

per well

£2,830

2 £5,660

10 3.1.4

Construction of deep borehole.
Availlability of water at maternity and theatre of Atirir HC IV.

per borehole £5,500

1 £5,500

11 3.1.5

Completion of motorized scheme.
4 surveillance reports and feedback meetings held.

scheme £24,146

1 £24,146

12 3.1.6 13 14

Water quality surveillance. Sub-Objective 3.1 total costs Increase rates of personal hygiene and access to basic 3.2 sanitation: Provide routine support to VHTs on hygiene and sanitation promotion Construction of 3 Ecosan latrines in schools. Remodling 6 panel toilets to VIP latrines. Construction of 4 stance VIP latines in schools. Monthly support to VHTs to conduct home visits providing hygiene & sanitation promotion Sub-Objective 3.2 total costs

per quarter

£720

4 £2,880 42,660

15

4 trainings conducted.

16 3.2.1

per quarter
3 Ecosan latrines constructed.

£520

4

2080

17 3.3.2

per toilet £2,250
6 latrines constructed.

3

6750

Allowances to VHT 6,708,000 members. Masons and helpers allowances 6,900,000 shs; Materials procurement for construction works, 21,768,750 14,868,750 shs. Masons and helpers allowances 12,600,000shs and 26,622,450 shs for 39,222,450 materials procurement. Masons allowances 7,200,000 shs; materials procurement for construction works 24,187,500 16,987,500 shs.

18 3.2.3

per latrine
3 new VIP latrines constructed.

£2,027

6

12162

19 3.2.4

per latrine

£2,500

3

7,500

4 meetings held.

20 3.2.5 21 22

£225

4

900 29,392

Stationary 240,000 shs, allowances for the technical staff, 2,662,500 2,902,500 shs. 94,789,200

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24 3.3.1

Facilitate community empowerment to effectively manage water 3.3 sources: Establish water source committees as part of CASHE

8 WSCs selected.

per source
8 WSCs trained operation and maintenance.

£25

8

200

25 3.3.2

26 3.3.3

Train Water Source Committees Support to hand pump mechanics on addressing O&M issues. Train Water Source Committees in managing water user fee accounts

per source
4 refresher and backstopping trainings conducted. 8 WSSCs trained on financial management and simple acoounting and book keeping skills. 4 monitoring visit reports.

£150

8

1200

Technical staff 645,000 allowances. WSC allowances 2,160,000 shs; Meals and refreshments;900,000 shs; Stationary 280,000 shs;coordination airtime 100,000 shs and facilitators allowances 3,870,000 530,000 shs.

per quarter

£250

4

1000

Hand pump mechanics allowances 3,125,000 shs and co ordination 3,225,000 airtime 100,000 shs. WSC allowances 2,160,000 shs; Meals and refreshments;900,000 shs; Stationary 280,000 shs;coordination airtime 100,000 shs and facilitators allowances 3,870,000 530,000 shs. Technical staff allowances 1,450,000 shs; stationary 240,000 shs; co ordination airtime 100,000 shs and refreshments during field 1,831,800 visits 41,800 shs. 13,441,800

27 3.3.4

per source

£150

8

1200

28 29

30 31

Quarterly jointmonitoring 3.3.5 visits Sub-Objective 3.3 total costs OBJECTIVE 3WATSAN: Total costs

per quarter

£142

4

568 4,168

76,220

245,809,500

LL
A B
4TH YEAR IMPLEMNTATION PLAN FOR KCPP - Livelihoods
UNITS Indicators 4 Improved income generating opportunities Units Unit Targets Costs yr 3 Year 4 budget Pounds Uganda (£) SHS Budget Notes Implementation schedule

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

DD DE DF DG DH DI DJ DK DL DM DN DO

1 2 3 4
4.1

Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep

5

Increase capacity of rural innovation groups (RINGS) to manage themselves for improved and sustainable livelihoods 4.1.1.1 Training group No. of groups per planning, visioning, trained; No. of group monitoring and participants evaluation

6
4.1.1.2 Monitoring and ongoing No. of groups per support to groups supported; No month of monitoring visits conducted

£ 69

Lunch for 30 pple per group @3000 = 90,000; Facilitation for trainers and supervisors per group @ 72,000; Stationery per group @ 57,000; Communication (airtime) per group @ 3,000; Total per group = 222,000; Total for 66 group =222,000 x 66 66 £ 4,543 14,652,000 = 14,652,000 Monthly facilitation for 7 parish-based CBF @150,000 = 1,050,000 per month; supervision by district and

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Final budget year 4.xls
subcounty staff @ 480,000 per month; monthly total = 1,530,000; Annual total = 1,530,000 x 12 12 £ 5,693 18,360,000 = 18,360,000

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4.2 Rural livelihoods stakeholders forum established for sustainable coordination of livelihoods activities Quarterly meetings involving farmer representatives No. of per meetings held; meeting No. of participants

£ 474

8
4.2.1

9 10
4.2 Subtotal Technology is harnessed to improve food security, nutrition and income generation 4.2.1.1 Technical training on on-farm trials and demonstrations, soil erosion control, fertility management, fodder production etc

£ 155

4

£ 621

Lunch & refreshments for 40 @4000 = 160,000; Transport refund for 40 pple @5000 = 200,000; Stationery @ 75,500; Mobilization & airtime @ 65,000; Total per meeting = 500,500; total for 4 meetings = 500,500 x 4 2,002,000 = 2,002,000

£ 10,857 35,014,000

11

No. of groups pergroup trained; No. of participants; No of technologies trained on

12
4.2.1.2 Establishment of farmer led on-farm trials and demonstrations including input acquisition Qunatinty of inputs distributed; No. of demonstations established; No. of beneficiary farmers 4.2.1.3 Support coordination No. of and experience sharing meetings held; meeting for paravets No. of participants per group

£ 69

Lunch for 30 pple per group @3000 = 90,000; Facilitation for trainers and supervisors per group @ 72,000; Stationery per group @ 57,000; Communication (airtime) per group @ 3,000; Total per group = 222,000; Total for 66 group =222,000 x 66 66 £ 4,543 14,652,000 = 14,652,000 Farm inputs (seeds) worth 563,770 per group; for 48 groups = 563,770 x 48 = 27,060,960

13

£ 175 per meeting

£ 48 £ 8,391 27,060,975

14 15
4.4 Subtotal Business & marketing skills are enhanced to access better markets for their products 4.4.1.1 Farmer exchange visits No. of for experience sharing participants; on agricultural Areas visited innovations & marketing

£ 372

2

For two days, meals (Lunch & break teas) for 35 pple@ 5500 = 160,000; Transport refund for 18 farmes @5000 = 180,000; 7 paravets @ 10,000; Facilaitaion for DVO & 3 extension staff 360,000; Stationery @ 68,500; Mobilization & airtime @ 30,000; Total per meeting = 1,198,500; for 2 meetings = 1,201,500 x 2 = £ 743 £ 2,397,000 2,397,000 £ 13,678 44,109,975

16

per visit

For two days, meals (Lunch & break teas) for 60 pple@ = 300,000; Facilitation for ppts = 1,300,000; Facilitation for field guides = 100,000; Hiring transport (2 coasters) = 800,000;

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Stationaery = 78,000; Airtime = 60,000; Total = 2628000 2,628,000

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4.4.1.2 Business management trainings for all group members No. of groups per trained; No. of group participants

£ 815

1

£ 815

18 19 20

£ 69 Subtotal Sub Total costs No. of months salary paid per month Staff salary: Project Officer (Livelihoods) No. of months salary paid per month £646 £1,103

Lunch for 30 pple per group @3000 = 90,000; Facilitation for trainers and supervisors per group @ 72,000; Stationery per group @ 57,000; Communication (airtime) per group @ 3,000; Total per group = 222,000; Total for 66 group =222,000 x 66 66 £ 4,543 14,652,000 = 14,652,000 £ 5,358 £ 29,893 17280000

21

12

Salary for one staff @ 3,557,227 per month; for 12 months = 12 x £ £ 3,557,227 = 13,236 42,686,723 42,686,723

22 23 24 25

Staff salary: Project Assistant (Livelihoods) Sub Total costs LIVELIHOODS: Grand Total costs

Salary for one staff @2,084,596 per month; for 12 months = 12 x £ 2,084,596 = 12 £ 7,757 25,015,152 25,015,152 £ £ 20,993 67,701,875 £ 50,886 £ 164,105,850

COMMUNITY
AB C 1 2 3 4
5 Communities empowered to engage in local governance Strengthen local governance Facilitate community information sessions with IEC materials on the community's rights to basic services such as water, health, education Sub-County level consulative meetings on IEC materials

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

DF DG DH DI DJ DK DL DM DN DO DP DQ

KATINE COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION PLAN YR 4 (COMMUNITY) Implementation schedule Indicators Units Targets Budget Budget Notes Unit yr 3 YR3 Budget Y3 Costs (£) (UGX)

Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug Sep

5
5.1

6
5.1.1

7

meetings

8

9

No meetngs held £ 111 Procurement IEC kits of the IEC materials ( poster, tNo of IEC kits 5.1.1.2 shitrs, etc) distrbuted £3 Parish meetings meetinmgs for Distribution 5.1.1.1

3

£ 333

lunch and refreshemnts for 20 pple each meeting@ 6500/person, faciliattion allow for 1 pple@20000X3 mtgs, transport refund & Out of pocket allow for 20 pple each meeting @10000/person, each meeting 15 note books @1000, 1 flipchart@ 10000, 1masking tape@ 3000,1dozen of markerpens@10000,1printing 1,073,925 paper@9000 100 posters and 100 t-shirts bearing IEC rights/governance messages @ 9675 each

200

£ 600

1,935,000 lunch and refreshemnts for 40 pple each meeting@ 6500/person, faciliattion

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of IEC materials allow for 2 pple@20000X6 mtgs, transport refund & Out of pocket allow for 40 pple each meeting @10000/person, each meeting 30 note books @1000, 2 flipchart@ 10000, 2masking tape@ 3000, 2dozen of markerpens@10000, 4,295,700 2printing paper@9000 6 drama groups each @967500 for purcahse of musical instruments, uniforms for the groups, transport hire & other logistical requirements during drama plays perfomed within 5,805,000 and beyond Katine

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5.1.1.3 Support to drma groups for IEC dessimination

No of meetings drama groups

£ 222

6 £ 1,332

11

5.1.1.4 5.1.2 Carry out local radio programmes for community engagement Development of Messages for Radio programes

no of grps supported

£ 300

6 £ 1,800

12

meetings

13 14

5.1.2.1 Conducting VHT Radio 5.1.2.2 programmes 5.2 Enhance community planning to better meet community needs 5.2.1 Train relevant community structures (PDCs, SubCounty Technical Committee, SMCs, PTAs) to plan and budget for feasible and cost-effective basic services PDC Follow up meetings

No meetngs held No of Radio talk shows radio talks shows

£ 193

1

£ 193

lunch and refreshemnts for 20 pple for a 2 days meeting each day @ 3000 per person, Out of pocket allow for 15 pple @ 15000 each day/person airtime for comm for 1 person@ 10000 each day, 15 note books @1000 each, 15 bic pens @ 300 each, 1dozen of maker pens@3000, &1ream 622,425 of flipchart@ 10000 2 radio talk shows held monthly for 3 2,580,000 months@323000each

£ 100

8

£ 800

15

£-

0

16

£meetings

0 lunch and refreshemnts for 40 pple each meeting@ 6500/person, faciliattion allow for 2 pple@20000X3 mtgs, transport refund & Out of pocket allow for 40 pple each meeting @10000/person, each meeting 30 note books @1000, 2 flipchart@ 10000, 2masking tape@ 3000, 2dozen of markerpens@10000, 8,591,400 2printing paper@9000 three trainings each for 3 days; Lunch and refreshemnts for 30 pple each day@ 6000/person, faciliattion allow for 3 pple@30000/day, transport refund & Out of pocket allow for 30 pple each@10000/day,hall hire@ 20000/day, airtime @ 20000/day, 30note books each training @1000 each, 30 pens each training @ 300 each, 6 flipcharts/ training @ 10000 each, 3 masking tapes/training @ 3000 each, 1 printing paper@9000/training & 1 dozen of marker 6,017,850 pens/traning Lunch and refreshemnts for 40 pple for 2 days each day@ 6500/person, faciliattion allow for 2 pple each 40000/day, transport refund & Out of pocket allow for 40 pple each day @200000/person, 40 note books each @1000, 4 flipchart@ 10000, 4masking tape@ 3000, 2dozen of markerpens@10000, 1,451,250 2printing paper@9000 1 bicycle for each LC1 chairperson in all 66 villages 9,791,100 @ 148350 each bicycle.

17

5.2.1.1 PDC refresher trainings

No meetings trainings

£ 222

12 £ 2,664

18

5.2.1.2 SCTC refresher training in gender

No trainings trainings

£ 622

3 £ 1,866

19 20

5.2.1.3

No trainings

£ 450

1

£ 450

Procurement bicycles bicycles for 5.2.1.5 LCs no of bicycles 5.2.2 Pilot a model of community partnering from a rightsbased

£ 46

66 £ 3,036

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Final budget year 4.xls
approach that can be replicated by AMREF, government and other actors RBA subcounty workshops wokshops Lunch and refreshemnts for 20 pple for 2 days each day@ 10500/person, faciliattion allow for 2 pple each 80000/day, transport refund & Out of pocket allow for 20 pple each day @10000/person, 20 A4note books each @2500, 1flipchart@ 10000,1masking tape@ 3000, 2dozen of markerpens@10000, airtime for 1 person @20000/day, 1,935,000 hall hire @20000/day Lunch and refreshemnts for 40 pple for 12 meetings each @ 4000/person, faciliattion allow for 1person/day@30000, 10 flipchart@ 10000 each, 5 printing papers@10000 each,5rolls for masking tape@ 3000, 10 dozen of markerpens@10000, airtime for 1 person 2,786,400 @20000/meeting,

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5.2.2.1 RBA Community Sensitization Meetings

No trainings , no ppts meetings

£ 300

2

£ 600

23 24

5.2.2.2 No meetings 5.2.5 Training Users in basic IT skills Training of SCTC and key subcounty partners in Basic IT skills

£ 72

12

£ 864

25 26

5.2.5.1 5.2.6 Governace /Phase out meetings Subcounty stake holeders meetings

No trainings , no ppts

£ 300

1

£ 300

Lunch and refreshemnts for 20 pple for 1day@ 10500/person, faciliattion allow for 1person@ 80000/day, transport refund & Out of pocket allow for 20 pple @10000/person, 20 A4note books each @2500, 1flipchart@ 10000,1masking tape@ 3000, 2dozen of markerpens@10000, airtime for 1 person @20000/day, 967,500 hall hire @20000/day

meetings

27

5.3.1.1 Project Steering Committee quaterlly meeting

Minutes, stakeholeders list meetings

£ 420

3 £ 1,260

28

5.3.1.2 5.3.1.3 Project Management committee monthlly meeting

minutes, no meetings held meetings

£ 265

4 £ 1,059

Lunch and refreshemnts for 65 pple for three meetings each@ 6500/person, faciliattion allow for 2 pple each 30000/meeting, transport refund & Out of pocket allow for 60 pple @10000/person/meeting, 60 note books @1000, 60 pens/meeting @300, 2 reams of flipchart/meeting@ 10000 each, 1masking tape/meetng @ 3000 and 2dozens of markerpens@10000, plus airtime for 1 4,063,500 person@20000/meeting Lunch and refreshemnts for 30 pple once per quater each meeting@ 13800/person, faciliattion allow for 2 pple @30000/ meeting, transport refund @10000for 3 ppl/meeting, Out of pocket allow for 30 pple @15000/person/meeting, 30 note books @1000each/meeting, 30 pens/meeting @300, 2 reams of flipchart/meeting@ 10000 each, 1masking tape/meetng @ 3000 and , plus airtime for 1 3,415,920 person@20000/meeting Lunch and refreshemnts for 30 pple twice a quater each meeting@ 10300/person, faciliattion allow for 2 pple @20000/ meeting, transport refund & Out of pocket allow for 30 pple @10000/person/meeting, 30 note books @2500/meeting, 30 pens/meeting @300, 2 reams of flipchart/meeting@ 10000 each, 1masking tape/meetng @ 3000 and , plus airtime for 1 person@20000/meeting & 6,687,979 hall hire at 20000/meeting

29 30 31 32
OBJECTIVE 5 COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT: Total costs

minutes, no meetings held

£ 259

8 £ 2,074

£ 19,231 62,019,949 £0

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COMMUNICATION
A 1 2 3 4
Strengthening Project Profile in Uganda Organise media No of Per briefing briefings briefings held

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

DC DD DE DF DG DH DI DJ DK DL DM DN
Implementation bar Schedule

KATINE COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION PLAN YR 4 (COMMUNICATION) Unit Costs for Yr Taget 4 yr4 3225

Indicator

Units

Budget yr4 Pounds Uganda (£) Shhs

Budget notes

Oct

Nov Dec Jan Feb

Mar

Apr May Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

5
Per release

£ 35

4

£ 140

facilitate journalists with transport and 451,500 refreshments facilitate journalists with transport and 193,500 refreshmenst facilitate journalists with transport and 387,000 refreshmenst Facilitate the radio talk 2,983,125 shows

6

Write and disseminate press release

No.of press releases disseminated Per visit

£ 15

4

£ 60

7 8

Organise local journalists field visits Organising for radio and TV talk shows Share project updates/organise viewing of Guardian films to the community in Katine

No. of field visit organised Per show No. of talk shows held. Per field visit

£ 60

2

£ 120

£ 185

5

£ 925

9

Films shows organised

£ 10

12

£ 120

Hiring public address system to amplify the 387,000 volume

10 11 Documentation
Document major Per events and/or documentary interesting case studies on Documentary videography produced £ 390 Production of Project project brocures Brocures in place Production of project calendar Production of project annual reports Calendar in Place Per 1,000 £ 155 Per calendar £2 Per report 500 10

£ 1,365

4,402,125 0

12

2

£ 780 £ 1,550 £ 1,000

Filming and editing 2,515,500 documentaries Printing the 4,998,750 Brochures Printing the 3,225,000 Calendars

13 and fliers 14

15 16
Increase Awareness of KCPP Activities within and without Uganda Produce community stories

Project report in place

£2

500

£ 1,000

Printing 3,225,000 reports

£ 4,330 13,964,250

17

0 Per field visit

18

Stories prodeced Provide regular per meeting information, experience, photographs and case studies on Case studies the project produced

£ 20

24

£ 468

Trasport to 1,509,300 the field

19 20 21

£3

12 £ 504

£ 36 £ 504

Trasport to 116,100 the field 1,625,400 0

22 Building

Capacity

0

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Organise trainings for staff in communications, media and Trainings public relations held Disseminate communications per training

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£ 195

2

£ 390

Meals and 1,257,750 place hire

24 material to staff 25 26 27 Grand Total 28

£ 390

1,257,750

0 0 £ 6,589 21,249,525

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