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SMALL PRO-JECT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

ACTIVITIES REPORT

1995/1996

PEACE CORPS
OFFICE OF TRAINING AND PROGRAM SUPPORT
SMALL PRO~ECTASSISTANCE PROGRAM

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The Small Project Assistance(SPA) Program and the production of this report are made possible with support
provided by the U.s. Agency for International Development under PASA number HRN-1421-P-00-5014-00.

For additional information about the SPA Program, contact:

Peace Corps
Officer of Training and Program Support
Small Project Assistance Program
1990 K Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20526

(202) 606-3397 phone


(202) 606-3024 fax

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Volume I

Letter from the Director iv

Acknowledgments .. v

Acronyms and Abbreviations vi

Overview of SPA Program Objectives 1

Highlights from 1995 and 1996....................................................... 6

A Summary of Regional Activities 16

Africa '............................. 16

Inter-America 20

Asia/Pacific 24

Europe, Central Asia, and the Mediterranean 28

Appendices 33

SPA Financial Information 33

Summary ofSPA Grant Activities by Country: 1996 37

Volume II

Addendum 174

Summary of SPA Grant Activities by Country: 1995 175

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PEACE-CORPS !

DIRECTOR

April 6, 1997

Dear Colleague:

I am pleased to present the 1995/1996 Activity Report for the Small Project
Assistance (SPA) Program. This unique program supports community-based,
self-help development efforts by combining the resources of the Peace Corps
with those of the U.s. Agency for International Development.

During 1995 and 1996, the SPA Program supported more than 1,400 grass-
roots development projects in 85 countries around the world. Wherever
these activities Were implemented, Peace Corps Volunteers worked with loc~1
people to mobilize resources for community development efforts.

The SPA Program contributed to local capacity building in more than 200
technical assistance and training activities carried out during 1995 and 1996.
SPA support also made it possible for more than 1,300 host-country nationals
to join Peace Corps Volunteers in community project design and
management training. As a result of these efforts, more than 9,000
community members in countries where Peace Corps Volunteers serve.
acquired skills in environment, health, nutrition, education, agriculture, and
water and sanitation. The SPA Program is consistent with the Peace Corps'
mission and supports the work of Volunteers who strengthen both
individual and organizational capacity at the local level in developing
countries. !

I hope that you find this report usefuL Please feel free to contact us if you
would like additional information about the work of Peace Corps Volunteers
or the SPA Program.

l:in:erelY, .
~ V\fAA1 , {lA/\ &A--_
Mark D. Geara
Director

1990 K STREET, N.W. WASHINGTON, D.C. 20526

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The Peace Corps would like to acknowledge and thank the many local lead-
ers and community members who are working to identify community needs,
and who motivate their friends and neighbors to participate in the process of
grass-roots development. Time and again we have heard from Peace Corps
Volunteers that community development activities depend on the dedica-
tion of local people. Their commitment helps ensure the success and'
sustainability of the activities supported through the Small Project Assis-
tance (SPA) Program.

We would also like to off~r a very special thank you to all the Peace Corps
Volunteers whose efforts continue to sustain the SPA Program. Their able
and sensitive facilitation helps bring to fruition more than six hundred com-
munity development projects annually.

Although SPA's success can be attributed to the commitment of local people


and the facilitative skills of Peace Corps Volunteers, the program would not
be possible without financial support from the U.S. Agency for International
Development (USAID). In addition to the Global Bureau, the Regional Bu-
reaus continued to provide support during 1995 and 1996. We would like to
thank Regional Bureau Representatives Melissa Brinkerhoff (ENI), Glen
Coven (Africa), Bob Meehan (LAC), and'Cheryl Williams (ANE). We are es-
pecially grateful to Arnold Baker, USAID /Peace Corps Coordinator, for his
constant guidance.

In addition, we appreciate the assistance offered by our colleagues in'Peace


Corps' Office of Training and Program Support. Their specific technical
knowledge in combination with SPA's financial resources supports the train-
ing of thousands of Host-Country Nationals (HCNs) annually. We are also
grateful 'to the Peace Corps regional and overseas staff who have helped
tailor the SPA Program to each unique country context.

Finally, we woUld like to acknowledge the contributions made by Peace Corps


SPA staff members Jim Cole and Jennifer Pickering for managing the SPA
data base and in generating the statistical information presented in this re-
port. Pat Bartlett is responsible for all the graphic design, and Beth Floyd,
SPA Coordinator, developed the text. The combined efforts of all these indi-
viduals created this report. We hope you find it useful.

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ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS

ACN Activity Completion Notification

AP Asia and Pacific Region

AF Africa Region

CY Calendar Year

ECAM Europe, Central Asia, and the Mediterranean

FY Fiscal Year

HC Host Country

HCN Host Country National

IA Inter-America Region

IAA Individual Activity Agreement

IPBS Integrated Planning and Budget System

1ST In~Service Training

MOV Memorandum of Understanding

NGO Non-Governmental Organization

NIS Newly Independent States

OTAPS Office of Training and Program Support

PASA Participating Agency Service Agreement

PC Peace Corps

PCV Peace Corps Volunteer

PDM Project Design and Management

SPA Small Project Assistance

TA Technical Assistance

VSAID U.S. Agency for International Development

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OVERVIEW OF SPA PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

The Small Project Assistance (SPA) The SPA Program employs two com-
BUILDING CAPACITY Program can be characterized by an ponents-grants and technical assis-
FOR SUSTAINABLE emphasis on building capacities for tance-to provide communities
sustainable community develop- with both the skills and the seed
DEVELOPMENT ment. More than ever, this capacity- money necessary to address locally
building objective is the cornerstone identified needs.
of both USAID and the Peace Corps'
development philosophies. Grant funds are transferred annually
from USAID to Peace Corps and are
By carrying out small-scale, self-help then disbursed to participating posts
activities, people acquire commu- for administration. Individual small
nity development skills. When they grants are awarded to support ap-
become involved in designing and proved community-based, self-help
managing a grass-roots project, activities planned and implemented
members of a local organization or by local organizations working in
community are given the opportu- collaboration with Peace Corps Vol-
nity to participate in needs assess- unteers. Communities must add
ments, problem solving, planning, their own resources to the grant
implementation, and evaluation. funds through local contributions of
Each of these activities is an essen- money, labor, materials, or land.
tial step in the process of commu-
nity development, and the opportu- The technical assistance component
'nity to "practice" these steps of the SPA Program supports the
through a specific activity or project participation of host-country nation-
helps build capacity at the local als (HCNs) in training activities
level. aimed at stimulating sustainable de-

Papaya Tree Growing Project - Sa Yam


Primary School. Students, working in teams,
compete with each other to grow the best
tree. Water for the trees is provided by a
SPA-supported water sink.

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OVERVIEW OF THE SPA PROGRAM OB:JECTIVES

"SPA provided more than money to the women with whom I worked;
they were given credibility and proof that they have good ideas and
that they can make theirgoals happen. These are my recommendations
for other Volunteers who are interested in similar activities: work
with an established group that has goals and directions; be an active
member of the group but make them see their own importance and
potential; encourage them to generate ideas about things they can do
to reach their goals; transfer skills and make the group as independent
as possible; give yourself and them time and be patient!"

From Carol Jenkins. Reprinted from a SPA Activity Completion Notification. Carol worked
with the Women's Committee of Homeland Union in Alytus, Lithuania to develop a Women's
Center.

velopment at the local level and en- SPA contributes to Peace Corps' goal
hancing the design and manage- of people-to-people assistance at the
ment of community-based projects. grass-roots because it promotes
During Peace Corps' Integrated community participation and helps
Planning !1nd Budget System (IPBS) provide technical skills. In addition
review, and again at each quarter of to the active engagement of local
the fiscal year, a committee of tech- people, successful SPA projects de-
nical and program experts from the pend on the participation and sen-
Peace Corps regions and Office of sitive facilitation of Peace Corps Vol-
Training and Program Support unteers. Volunteers who become in-
(OTAPS) reviews posts' requests for volved in their communities are bet-
SPA technical assistance to deter- ter able to fulfill the goals of cross-
mine which of these requests SPA cultural understanding as well as
will support. technical assistance. 1

1 Since its creation inJ961, the mission of the Peace Corps has encompassed three broad goals:
(1) helping people of interested countries meet their needs for trained workers; (2) promoting
a better understanding of the American people in other countries; (3) promoting a better
understanding of the people of other countries here in the United States.

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OVERVIEW OF THE SPA PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

THE SPA PROGRAM In addition to fulfilling this USAID


u special objective/' the SPA program
are used as a basis for evaluating
success. Results which directly con-
ANDUSAID's also is designed to carry out several tribute to the achievement of SPA's
of USAID's strategic objectives. 3 For special objective are: (1) implemen-
, OBJECTIVE~ example, the majority of SPA activi- tation of health and water projects
ties are directly related to the follow- by local communities world-wide;
ing three USAID strategicobjectives: (2) implementation of economic
(1) encouraging broad-based eco- growth projects-specifically, edu-
nomic growth, (2) stabilizing popu- cation, food production and small
lation growth and protecting human business projects-by local commu-
health, and (3) protecting the envi- nities world-wide; (3) implementa-
ronment. 4 tion of environmental projects by

ENHANCE COMMUNITIES' CAPABILITY ,


TO CONDUCT LOW-COST, GRASS-ROOTS
SUSTAINABLE DEVELEOPMENT PROJECTS

IMPLEMENTATION OF EDUCATION, STRENGTHENING OF LOCAL


FOOD PRODUCTION AND SMALL ORGANIZATIONAL CAPACITY TO
BUSINESS PROJECTS BY LOCAL IMPLEMENT SUSTAINABLE
COMMUNITIES WORLD-WIDE DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS

IMPLEMENTATION OF IMPLEMENTATION OF HEALTH


ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS AND WATER PROJECTS BY
BY LOCAL COMMUNITIES LOCAL COMMUNITIES
WORLD-WIDE WORLD-WIDE

FIGURE 1. SPA SPECIAL OBJECTIVE AND MEASURABLE RESULTS

Th~ relationship to USAID strategic local communities world-wide; (4)


objectives is reflected by results used strengthening of local organizational
to measure SPA's progress. To mea- capacity to implement sustainable
sure SPA's progress, four major development activities world-wide
project results or accomplishm'ents (see Figure 1).

2 A "special objective" is the result of activities that do not completely qualify as strategic ob-
jectives but that support other U.s. government assistance objectives. Due to its cross-sectoral
nature and emphasis on action at the grass-roots, the SPA Program is better served by a spe-
cial objective rather than one of USAID's strategic objectives,
3 USAID's strategic objectives consist of: (1) Protecting the Environment; (2) Building Democ-
racy; (3) StabiliZing World Population Growth and Protecting Human Health; (4) Encourag-
ing Broad-Based Economic Growth; (5) Providing Humanitarian Assistance and Aiding Post-
Crisis Transitions,
4 It should be noted that many SPA projects are also contributing to USAID's strategic objective
of building democracy by enhancing community participation in the development process
and by encouraging the formation and development of grassroots Non-Governmental Orga-
nizations (NGOs). The democratic process begins when people first come together to address
a need; oftentimes a SPA project will provide the framework around which a community
organizes.

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OVERVIEW OF THE SPA PROGRAM OS.::JECTIVES

These results are measured by the sented in the next section of this re-
following indicators: port. The ability to report on these
indicators is made possible by sta-
• the annual number of SPA ac- tis.tica~ information gleaned from the
tivities being conducted world- activity's SPA Activity Abstract and
wide; SPA Activity Evaluation forms (for-
merly known as Individual Activity
• the number of people being Agreements (IAAs) and Activity
served annually by these ac- Completion Notifications (ACNs),
tivities; respectively). The abstracts and
other summary information -
• the amount of local resources which are submitted by community
being generated for each activ- members, Peace Corps Volunteers
ity; and (PCV) and Peace Corps staff to the
OTAPS/SPAoffice in Washington-
• the number of individuals present a wealth of statistical infor-
trained from each participating mation. The efforts made by all these
community or organization. individuals to provide the informa-
tion requested makes this report
The data from 1995 and 1996 for possible.
these results and indicators are pre-

At left, PCV Gwendolyn Ross prepares for


the inauguration ceremony of the Silana Vil-
lage Community Resource Center in Fiji. At
right, Gwendolyn has the honor of cutting
the ribbon to open the center's door.

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OVERVIEW OF THE SPA PROG~AM OBJECTIVES

Table 1
The 81 Peace Corps Posts Participating in the SPA Program in 1995119965
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E;-CENTRAL
INTER.-AMER.ICA IA&THE
MEDITERRANEAN
Benin Belize Fiji*** Albania
Botswana*** Bolivia Kiribati Armenia
Cameroon Chile*** Mongolia Bulgaria
Cape Verde Costa Rica*** Nepal Czech Republic**
Central African Rep.* Dominican Republic Papua New Guinea Estonia
Chad Eastern Caribbean Philippines Hungary**
Comoros* Ecuador Solomon Islands Kazal(stan
Congo EISalvador Sri Lanka Kyrgyzstan
Cote d'ivoire Guatemala Thailand Latvia
Eritrea Guyana Tonga Lithuania
Ethiopia Honduras Vanuatu Moldova
Gabon Jamaica W. Samoa/Niue Morocco
The Gambia Nicaragua Poland
Ghana Panama Romania
Guinea-Bissau Paraguay Russia/Moscow
Guinea Conal(ry Uruguay** Russia/Far East
Kenya Sioval( Republic
Lesotho Tunisia*
Madagascar Turl(menistan
Malawi UI<raine
Mali Uzbel(istan
Mauritania
Namibia
Niger
Sao Tome*
Senegal
Swaziland**
Tanzania
Togo
Uganda
Zambia
Zimbabwe

. 16 PostS (20%) 12 Posts


*Post closed in 1996 **Post scheduled for closing during FY 1997 ***Post scheduled for closing during FY 1998

5 These 81 posts actually encompass 86 different countries. In the IA Region, the Eastern Caribbean includes Antigua, Dominica, Grenada, St.
Kitts, St. Lucia, and St. Vincent. In Asia/Pacific, PC/Westem Samoa also manages a SPA Program in Niue. In the ECAM Region, on the other
hand, one country, Russia, has been divided into two posts.

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM 1995 AND 1996

SPA GRANT A total of 1,296 community-based


projects were supported by the SPA
included in this report due to the
unique, in-country nature of the SPA .
ACTIVITIES Program during fiscal years 1995 program there (see Summary of Re-
and 1996. These activities are di- gional Activities). In future SPA re-
rectly benefiting over 775,700 indi- ports, however, complete informa-
viduals. In order to complement to- tion on PC/Honduras' SPA projects
tal SPA grant contributions of will be included so that information
$3,488,662, project participants mo- and experiences from this dynamic
bilized $3,449,512 in local commu- program may be shared with others.
nity contributions to support these Note the slight increase in total ben-
efforts: eficiaries in 1996 even though the
total number of activities declined in
Table 2 indicates, by region, the that year. Regional variations help
number of grant-funded projects, account for these differences; de-
total local contributions, total num- clines in the Inter-America and Af-
ber of beneficiaries, and total num- rica regions are off-set by increased
ber of individuals trained in 1995 activity in the Asia/Pacific and Eu-
and 1996. Please note that in addi- rope, Central Asia, and the Mediter-
tion to these projects, 129 SPA activi- ranean (ECAM) regions. The esca-
ties were undertaken in Honduras lation in ECAMcan be attributed to
during 1995/1996 with support new SPA programs in the following
from Economic Stabilization Facility countries: Armenia, Moldova, Rus-
(ESF) funding provided by USAID / sia, Turkmenistan, and Ukraine. In-
Honduras directly to PC/Honduras. creases in Asia/Pacific are due to
Only limited information on PC/ more activity in Pacific countries
Honduras' SPA activities has been with existing SPA programs.

,. Table 2 •
Distribution of Projects, Local Contributions, Beneficiaries,
and Individuals Trained
Total Local Total
Projects Contributions Total Indi,!iduals
Region Reported (US $) Beneficiaries Trained

1995 1996 1995 1996 1995 1996 1995 1996

IA 89 80 377,441 358,145 23,096 23,966 434 471


AP 100 128 149,986 174,053 39,449 55,416 114 301
Africa 347 254 549,715 409,226 210,169 154,870 899 7,207
ECAM 145 153 669,253 761,693 114,902 153,875 313 1336

Total 681 615 1.746,395 1.703,117 387,616 388,127 1.760 ,9,324.


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HIGHLIGHTS FROM 1995 AND 1996

Education related activities represent more


than one-quarter of SPA activities world-
wide. SPA Grants have typically been used
to construct classrooms, repair school struc-
tures, and provide desks, chairs, resource
materials and science laboratories.

The increase in total individuals this can be explained by the fact that
trained from 1995 to 1996 is also many posts have lowered the ceil-
noteworthy. Particularly striking is ing in their country-specific SPA
the upsurge in numbers in the Af- guidance. But it also underscores a
rica region. This rise is primarily due SPA program tenet: that small infu-
to a pilot training program under- sions of resources help leverage con-
taken in Mali (described later in this siderable community contributions.
report). Increases in the numbers
trained in the ECAM region can, As Table 3 also demonstrates, world-
again, be traced to the addition of wide, corninunity contributions rose
six hew SPA programs in that region. from 47 percent of total project costs
in 1995 to 53 percent in 1996. Al-
Table 3 illustrates that the average though c;ommunity contributions
SPA grant amount-about $2,600 have gone up in all regions, increases
during the 1995/1996 period-con- in the ECAM region are particularly
tinues to be considerably lower than striking.
the $10,000 grant ceiling. In part,

• Table 3

Regional Distribution ofAverage Costs and Community
Contribution as a Percentage ofTotal Activity Cost
COMMUNITY
AVERAGE SPA GRANT AVERAGE CONTRIBUTION AS %
REGION AMOUNT TOTAL ACTIVITY COST OF TOTAL COST

1995 1996 1995 1996 1995 1996

IA $2,994 $2,784 $7,235 $7,261 59% 62%


AP $1,846 $1,422 $3,346 $2,781 45% 49%
Africa $2,569 $2,451 $4,153 $4,062 38% , 40%
ECAM $4,326 $3,214 $8,942 $8,192 52% 61%
Total $2,892 $2,470 $5,457 $5,239 47% 53%·
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HIGHLIGHTS FROM 1995 AND 1996

The following chart depicts the dis- health, small business development,
SECTOR tribution of grant projects according environment, and other-WID,
BREAKDOWN OF to Peace Corps' primary sector clas- Youth Development, etc.-account
sification. As the chart illustrates, for the remaining SPA activities
GRANT PROJECTS more than 25 percent of all SPA (roughly 50 percent). The chart rep-
grant-funded activities are classified resents 1996 data only as there was
as I;ducation activities and at least virtually no variation in sector dis-
20 percent are classified as water/ tribution between 1995 and 1996.
sanitation activities. Agriculture,

Grant Activities According to Peace Corps Sector


OTHER
4%

WATER/
EDUCATION SANITATION
27% 20%

BUSINESS
DEVELOPMENT'
8%

The SPA program's objective is mea- tegic objectives, the following chart
USAID STRATEGIC
sured by a Results Package as de- compares strategic objectives. As the
OBJECTIVES scribed by the four results outlined chart demonstrates, 55 percent of all
earlier in the Overview ofthe SPA Pro- SPA activities focus on economic de-
gram Objectives. In order to illustrate velopment - specifically, education,
the distribution of grant-supported food production, and small business
activities according to USAID's stra- development.

Grant Activities According to USAID's Strategic Objectives -


PROTECTING
THE
ENVIRONMENT
9%
PROTECTING
HUMAN
HEALTH
36%

ENCOURAGING
BROAD-BASED
ECONOMIC
GROWTH
55%

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM 1995 AND 1996

Ta,bles 4 through 7 display the indi- This result measures the number of
cators for each SPA result in 1995 and distinct local organizations repre-
1996. Note that the fourth indicator sented by individuals who have re-
presented in Tables 4 through 6 mea- ceived SPA-supported technical
sures the number of individuals re- training as well as project design and
ceiving technical training in the ar- management training. For greater
eas of health and water, economic detail, refer to Overall Contributions
development, or environment. Table to HCN Tra!ning presented later in
7 displays Result Four: strengthen- this report.
ing local organizational capacity.

~
Table 4 •
Implementation of Health and Water Projects World-Wide
INDICATORS 1?95 1996
Number of Grant Activities 247 219
Number of People Benefiting 172,923 195,141
Local Resources Generated $508,375 .$727,473

.. Number of Individuals Trained 285 2,147



~
TableS •
Implementation of Economic Development Projects World-Widea
INDICATORS 1995 1996
Number of Grant Activities 375 339
Number of People Benefiting 149,719 125,202
Local R~sources Generated $1,304,860 $848,223
Number of Individuals Trained 632 5,643
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"Economic Develop~ent refers primarily to education. agricultural and business development activities.

~
Table 6 •
Implementation of Environment Projects World-Wide
INDICATORS 1995 1996
Number of Grant Activities 59 57
Number of People Benefiting 64,974 67,784
Local Resources Generated $203,160 $118,358
Number of Individuals Trained 202 856
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HIGHLIGHTS FROM 1995 AND 1996

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Table 7 •
Strengthening Local Organizational Capacity World-Widea
INDICATORS 1995 1996
Number of Organizations 1,234 1,736
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'Measured by a proxy indicator: Number of people trained from local civic organizations, NGOs, etc.

The information on Result Four that of that organization. The HCNs who
is presented in Table 7 is particularly participated in SPA-supported train-
noteworthy. When the members of ing activities during 1995 and 1996
a local oq~anization participate in a represented nearly 3,000 different or-
training activity and acquire new ganizations-primarily local civic
skills, they then take those skills groups, NGOs and, occasionally,
back to their organizations and ap- gov~mment agencies.
ply them. The application of these
skills helps strengthen the capacity

During 1995 and 1996, SPA sup- In some cases, funding allowed PCV
SPA SUPPORT FOR
ported pilot efforts that 'sought to counterparts to visit PCVs and coun-
COMMUNITY-LEVEL, enhance the transfer of sustainable terparts in other communities. Dur-
development skills at the local level ing these visits, counterparts either
LOCALLY- through technical exchanges and imparted skills by providing train-
community-level trainings. Posts in ing, or received skill training from
ORGANIZED
Bolivia, Ethiopia, and Mali managed members of the "host" community.
TRAINING small amounts of funds earmarked In such cases, PCVs and their coun-
for local training efforts. Eor more terparts were participating in a
information on these pilot efforts "technical exchange." In other cases,
refer to A Summary of Regional Ac- spA funds allowed HCN technical
tivities in this report. experts to travel to communities and
lead or facilitate training sessions. In
These community-level training still other cases, funding allowed
funds were managed in the same counterparts to travel to a training
manner as SPA grant funds but were center, NGO, or model farm to
primarily used to support HCN gather information and acquire
travel to communities and training skills.
centers where participants received
specific technical skills training.

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM 1995 AND 1996

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"PC/Mali's request for SPA technical assistance to support locally-


organized trainings grows out ofour mission statement in which we
identify ourselves as an organization that works to develop
individual and institutional capacities. To this end, one of our most
powerful t.oolsis bringing people tegether for skill training,
management training or network building through the sharing of
information and resources."

Brad Favor, former Country Director, PC/Mali

&t

Feedback from these pilot efforts hqs ticipatory training events. Training
been overwhelmingly positive. As a must seek to build the technical and
result, SPA has made a slight change organizational skills needed for
in its program guidance to allow small-scale, community develop-
posts to promote capacity-building ment activities. Travel and per diem
among fICNs. SPA grant funds may expenses may not exceed $500 per
now be used to support HeN trav~l training activity and may only be
and per diem expenses when 'those applied to local, in-country travel.
costs are directly related to commu- The revised SPA Handbook pro-
nity-level, locally organized, par- vides in-depth guidance.

Project Design and Management (PDM)


Workshops, such as this one in Bolivia, en-
courage pevs and their counterparts to
work with other community members to
developing activity action plans.

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"
HIGHLIGHTS FROM 1995 AND 1996

Although SPA grant funds will con- must be the primary beneficiaries
tinue to finance much needed sup- and the primary participants.
plies and materials, Peace Corps Whenever possible, local develop-
staff, PCVs, and communities are en- ment resources-employees of gov-
couraged to look for ways to ernment agencies, NGOs, and com- .
complement these production or munity members themselves-
construction activities with grass- should contribute their skills and
roots capacity building. It is impor- knowledge to training events.
tant to keep in mind that HCNs

ill

"As the result ofPC/Bolivia's Technical Exchange Initiative: a group


-'

of farmers went to' an agricultural research station to study the


cropping techniques of improved forage for cattle;' a rural sanitation
Volunteer helped another Volunteer and the local water committee
identify an alternative spring source for potable water; and two
Volunteers amI their counterparts went to an agricultural research
station to practice appropriate grafting techniques'which will help
increase fruit production. Volunteers and counterparts have
commented favorably on the initiative's expedient approval process
and the benefits of utilizing local development resources."

Michael Eschelman, Programming and Training Officer, PC/Bolivia

In addition to providing grants to • Project Design and Manage-


ADDITIONAL SPA
support locally organized commu- ment (PDM) Workshops -
TECHNICAL nity development activities, the SPA PDMs are designed to ensure
program also provides support for that SPA projects respond to
ASSISTANCE HCN skills training on a regional or community needs and priori-
national level with technical assis- ties. PDM content is geared to
SUPPORT - PDMs
tance funding. the training of participants in
AND ISTs the project development pro-
SPA technical assistance comple- cess. Workshop goals are to: (1)
ments and enhances the grant activi- increase participants' under-
ties primarily through the following standing of the importance of
types of events: community involyement and

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM 1995 AND 1996

PCVs and Counterparts discuss the commu-


nity development process during this PDM
Workshop in Zambia.

ownership; (2) familiarize par- designed to address PCV and


ticipants with new project HCN needs for sector-specific
management tools such as technical training. SPA funds
problem-solving, planning, may be used to support HCN
and proposal writing; and (3) participation in technical ISTs,
determine the appropriateness particularly in those sectors
of external assistance in com- that receive limited PASA sup-
o munity projects. Peace Corps port and that stimulate self- 0

posts are expected to cover help projects within the broad


PCV and Peace Corps staff area of community develop-
costs while SPA supports HCN ment.
participation. HCNs, whether
they are official counterparts or ,PDMs and ISTs serve as particularly
not, should be individuals with valuable settings for bringing to-
whom PCVs will work on com- gether Volunteers and counterparts
munity development activities. and for bringing together counter-
parts from different organizations
• HeN Participation in In-Ser- and communities. In these work-
vice Trainings (ISTs) - During shops, peVs and HCNs are encour-
any given PCV's term of ser- aged to build teams, network, and,
vice, Peace Corps posts typi- share information about their com-
cally conduct a number of ISTs munity development activities.

OVERALL Altogether during 1995/1996, SPA pants through sector-specific ISTs,


supported 244 training events at a and 23% (56) proVided skills in com-
CONTRIBUTIONS TO total cost of $533,595, benefiting munity project design and manage-
11,084 HCNs.6 Of these total train- ment through PDM workshops.
HeN TRAINING ing activities, 52% (126) built local Tables 8 and 9 illustrate the break-
technical capacity through commu- down by region and sector of these
nity-level trainings, 25% (60) en~ training activities.
hanced the technical skills of partici-

6 These tr~ining events include both PDMs and ISTs as well as locally-organized, community-
level trainings.

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM 1995 AND 1996

• Table 8

Sector Distribution of Technical Training Activities (1995/96)
(Includes community-level trainings and ISTs; excludes PDM Worl<shops)

AVERAGE AVERAGE
#s TOTAL COST PER TRAINEE
SECTORA #oFEvENTS % TRAINED COST EVENT COST

Health/Water San. 50 27 2,432 $55.146 $1.103 $23


Economic Dev. 115 61 6.275 $170.740 $1A85 $27
Environment 23 12 1.058 $45.273 $1.968 $43
Total 188 100 9.765 $271.159 $1,442 $28
I •
AEconomic Development aggregates activities in the following sectors: education. agriculture. business
development. youth development. and WID.

11III
Table 9

Regional Distribution of Project Design and
Management Worl<shops (1995/96)
AVERAGE AVERAGE
. #s TOTAL COST PER TRAINEE
SECTORA #oFEvENTS % TRAINED COST EVENT COST

Inter-America 20 36 544 $97,155 $4.858 $176


Asia/Pacific 9 16 147 $35.689 $3.965 $243
Africa 19 34 453 $75.145 $3.955 $166
ECAM 8 14 175 $54.446 $4.686 $311
Total 56 100 1.319 $262,436 $4.686 $199 •

.One of the most important points il- The low cost of technical skill trans-
lustrated by Tables 8 and 9 is the fer can be directly linked to the ad-
average cost of training. As the vent of locally-organized, commu-
tables demonstrate, Project Design nity-level skill training. In contrast
and Management Workshops- to technical ISTs-which may take
which are generally conducted ata place at the national/regional level
national or ~egionallevel and tend and last several days-community-
to be four to five days' in duration- level training activities usually do
cost more, averaging about $200 per not include extensive travel and per
trainee. A technical training event, diem costs. In locally-organized,
on the other hand, averages less than community-level training events, it
$30 per trainee. is also more common for community
members-the training beneficia-
ries-to contribute some of their
own resources, off-setting the total
cost of the training.

14 . OFFICE OF TRAINING AND PROGRAM SUPPORT/SMALL PRO.JECT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM


H IGttLIGHTS FROM 1995 AND 1996

OTHER HIGHLIGHTS NEW COUNTRYENTRIES aimed at clarifying processes and


The following Peace Corps Pro- updating program criteria.
FROM 1995/1996 grams began SPA programs during
1995/1996: Armenia, Ethiopia, REVISION OF PROJECT
Eritrea, Guyana, Moldova, Russia/ DESIGN AND MANAGE-
Moscow, Russia/Far East, Turkmen- MENTWORKSHOP
istan, and Ukraine. The PDM workshop offered through
the SPA program was developed in
This program expansion is coun- 1987 with the aim of fostering greater
tered by post closures-and SPA pro- community participation in the de-
gram termination-in the following sign, implementation, and evaluation
countries during 1996: Central Afri- of projects. Throughout the last eight
can Republic, Comoros, Sao Tome, years, both trainers and participants
and Tunisia. In addition, the follow- have recommended changes and im-
ing posts are scheduled for closure provements in the workshop's cur-·
during FY97: Czech Republic, Hun- riculum. At the same time, new train-
gary, Swaziland, and Uruguay. ing methods have emerged in partici-
patory community development. In
STREAMLINING OF THE some cases, the workshop design has
ANNUAL SPA FUNDING been modified by local trainers to in-
MECHANISM corporate these changes. As stich,
The SPA program is now managed, these modifications have occurred
both programni.atically and finan- only on an ad hoc basis.
cially, on a fiscal year basis. In addi-
tion, a forward funding mechanism In 1996, SPA program staff began to
was adopted such that the SPA capture the lessons learned in a more
funds received from USAID in one systematic fashion. Following a re- .
fiscal year are released at the start of view of the PDM materials by a se-
the following fiscal year. Under this lec,t group of trainers - some famil- .
new mechanism, Peace Corps posts iar with the old curriculum and
are able to'include estimates of fu- some well-versed in new training
~ ture SPA funding needs in their IPBS methodologies for community de-
submissions. velopment - the workshop design
is being updated to allow for incor-
poration of new session designs.
REVISION OF SPA Some of these new sessions were
HANDBOOK· ~ield tested in 1996. Results are be-
The SPA Guidance and Handbook ing incorporated into a new PDM
were consolidated into a single docu-· Workbook, to be released in FY
ment and reissued with changes 1997.

In FY 1997, Peace Corps anticipates Haiti, Jordan, Macedonia, and South


FUTURE DIRECTIONS that SPA programs will begin in the Africa.
following countries: Burkina Faso,

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SUMMARY OF REGIONAL ACTIVITIES

AFRICA

Senegal
~
Cape
Verde
The
Gambia

Cote d'ivoire

Comoros
I::>\::)

Grant Projects by Peace Corps Sector Lesotho

Grant Projects According to USAID's


Strategic Objectives (1995 &1996)
PROTECTING
THE
11I 1995 ENVIRONMENT
5%
1)1996

PROTECTING
HUMAN
HEALTH
40%

ENCOURAGING
. BROAD-BASED
ECONOMIC
GROWTH
55%

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AFRICA
SPA Support for Community Level Training in Mali
The Africa region represented
the largest regional component In 1995, PC/Mali proposed that SPA support its pilot "community-
of SPA, containingrougWy 40 based training program." By the end of 1996, post had used $11,521 to
percent of the countries with support 60 locally-organized training events benefiting over 6,000 in-
active programs and accounting dividuals-and all this at an average cost of $192 per training. Former
for 52 percent of all grant- CD Brad Favor and PC/Mali's SPA Coordinator Kadidia Dienta sub-
supported projects in 1995 and mitted the following information about their experience.
41 percent in 1996.
"To date, we have had a tremendous response to the pilot project which
The bar chart illustrates the clearly demonstrates a return on investment. Not only are individuals
sector dist-ribution of SPA grant and groups learning new skills, but these are being reinforced by on-
projects in the Africa region going contact with Volunteers, counterparts, and other resource per-
according to Peace Corps sector. sons. Volunteers and counterparts are able to define their roles as train-
Education and water/sanitation ers and facilitators, and the benefits of using model farmers and other
accounted for 50 percent of the local resource persons greatly enhances the quality of the training and
project activities in this region, the status of the individuals concerned. Aby-product has been increased
followed closely by activities in sharing of information and resources amongst trainers and participants
the health and agriculture after the completion of the activity."
sectors.
A good example of the types of activities ~upported would be Tradi-
The pie chart depicts the distri- tional Well Reparation. Many traditional wells are abandoned because
bution of SPA grant projects of lack of water or because they do not have proper covers to prevent
according to USAID's strategic water contamination. Masons are unfamiliar with the procedures and
objectives. advantages of repairing traditional wellsites. PCV Jamie Watt worked
with 15 masons and well-diggers from several local villages over the
course of five days to repair a traditional well. Here is what he reported:

"I personally feel that this training went as well as possible and all the
participants felt it was very beneficial and worthwhile. All five days
the participants showed up in a timely fashion and with a willingness
to learn. They were excited to meet new people from different villages
who shared the same occupations and goals. One of my homologues
(counterparts), Moussa Sissoko, accompanied me throughout the work-
shop and was excellent with "Malian protocol" and keeping everyone
organized and focused. We made sure that the hospital officials came
everyday to oversee the work and give daily presentations on sanita-
tion. The local radio even did a follow-up show thanking each partici-
pant and summarizing our activities to the population. At the closure
of the training, everyone involved felt they had the confidence to con-
tinue this type of well reparation in their respective villages."

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SUMMARY Of REGIONAL ACTIVITIES

PC/Ethiopia's SPA Program Focus


PC/Ethiopia began a SPA program in 1996. This report on the new program's focus was
submitted by Country Director, Lis Doane.

Here is a brief outline of PC/Ethiopia's FY 1996 SPA projects, aJI of


which were a direct outcome of our Project Design and Management
workshop. Please note that all these projects contain a community-based
training component. The total cost for inclusion of the community-based
training component in all six projects is around US-$1,800.00-an ex-
tremely minimal cost for ensuring long-term sustainability.

Arjo Women's Latrine Project - The Arjo High School has no latrine
for female students and staff which means that every time a female
student needs to use the toilet, they have to walk into town to do so. In
addition to constructing latrines, this project will include a student train-
ing component on latrine construction and sanitation education.

Siree Kindergarten Water and Sanitation Project - The community's


kindergarten lacks both a latrine and a water pipe on site for their 150
students. In addition to constructing a latrine and water pipe, this
project's training component will include latrine construction for par-
ents and sanitation education for both parents and children.

Haike Electric Injera Maker Project - This community identified its


main concerns to be deforestation, the increasing cost of firewood, and
the increasing burden on women who are forced to travel long dis-
tances to secure firewood. The solution the community proposes (pi-
loted in a nearby town with great success) is the establishment of elec-
tric injera-making stations where women can come and cook their injera
for a nominal fee. The training component of this project estqblishes a
vocational training program at the high school where students will learn
both how to repair and to construct electric injera makers so that the
primary resource needed for the project will be available locally. ,

Siree Secondary School Carpentry Shop Project - The school has no


ongoing source of income and the students need practical skills which
can lead to employment after graduation. The community has come
_up with the idea of establishing a carpentry shop at the school as a way
of dealing with these issues. The community-based training compo-
nent will focus on providing the secondary school students with the
carpentry skills necessary to make the shop self-sufficient.
(continued)

18 OffiCE Of TRAINING AND PROGRAM sUPPORTtSMALL PRO.JECT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM


SUMMARY OF REGIONAL ACTIVITIES


PC/Ethiopia's SPA Program Focus (continued)

Kutaber Junior and Senior SecondarySchool Classroom Maintenance


Project - The state of disrepair of classrooms in the Kutabar commu-
nity is becon:ting a significant problem. Currently, the community does
not have the carpentry skills necessary to maintain these classrooms
on their ciwn. The community-based training component of the project
will be to train ten secondary school students in basic classroom repair
and maintenance which will then provide the school ~ith the ability to
maintain classrooms without outside assistance in the future. These
ten students will then be responsible for training ten other students,
who will train ten others, etc., etc.

Jiru Reforestation Project - Deforestation is a serious issue in Enwari,


as is the lack of a consistent source of income for the secondary school.
The project is designed to assist with both of these issues by support-
ing ongoing reforestation efforts, as well as by setting up an income-
generating tree farm for the school. The community-based training com-
ponent will include the basics of tree farming as well as an environ-
mental education component. .

• •

In Togo, SPA provided resources for the fur-


nishing of a vacant building into a commu-
nity health post and birthing center, staffed
by volunteer health extension workers and
midwives from the community.

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SUMMARY OF REGIONAL ACTIVITIES

~
INTER- - Dominican Republic Eastern Caribbean

Guatemala Belize -~~ ~ : 0 / . ~ ~~~i~~:arbuda


AMERICA Honduras ~ co - Grenada
~~~ Jamaica - Montserrat .
- St. Kitts/Nevis
EI Salvador - St. Lucia
- St. Vincent & Grenadines
Nicaragua

Ecuador

Chile

Grant Projects by Peace Corps Sector

30
Grant Projects According to USAID's
25 Strategic Objectives (1995 & 1996)
PROTECTING
20
THE
ENVIRONMENT
15
11 1995 12%
1lillI1996

10 PROTECTING
HUMAN
HEALTH
5 43%

0
J: Z W I- Z l- ll: ENCOURAGING
!:i _0 1I:
en z 0 zW W BROAD·BASED
:> J:
I1iJ: ffi!;i
!;it:
!:i
:>
ffl~
za. fi
0
:;
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GROWTH
:=z<C
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SUMMARY OF REGIONAL ACTIVITIES

INTER-AMERICA
SPA Activities in Honduras
In 1995 and 1996, Inter-America
represented 20 percent of all
Via a unique 1985 agreement, USAID/Honduras provides PC/Hon-
posts participating in the SPA
~uras with Economic Stabilization Facility (ESF) funding to implement
. program, but only 13 percent of
its SPA program in-country. In 1995, a total of 57 SPA activities were
all grant-supported activities
supported by funding amounting to 261,816 Honduran Limpares (about
were conducted in this region.
US $ 26,000). Of these projects, 54 percent focused on Economic Growth
results, 32 percent concentrated on Health and Water activities, and 14
As the bar chart indicates,
percent supported the environment.
between 1995 and 1996, de-
creased activity in water/
In 1996, SPA funding totaling 313,285 Honduran Limpares (about US $
sanitation, educ;ation, and
30,000) supported 72 community projects. Of these, 65 percent-provided
environment was off-set by
Economic Development results, 32 percent provided Health and Wa-
increases in health and agricul-
ter results, and 3 percent focused
. on Environment results .
ture.

The pie chart depicts the distri-
bution of SPA grant projects
according to USAID's strategic
objectives.

Techniques and approaches to activity


monitoring and evaluation are covered dur-
ing this PDM Workshop in Bolivia.

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SUMMARY OF REGIONAL ACTIVITIES

• •
PC/Bolivia's Technical Exchange Initiative

During 1995 and 1996, PC/Bolivia used $4,900 of SPA/TA funding to


establish a pilot "Technical Exchange Initiative" (TEl). By the end of
1996,23 Volunteers and 36 of their counterparts had benefited from the
initiative. The following information on the TEl was submitted by PC/
Bolivia PTO, Michael Eschelman.

PC/Bolivia's Technical Exchange Initiative (TEl) allows Volunteers and


their counterparts to travel to various regions of the country in order to
respond to specific training needs they have defined themselves. In
addition to responding to locally identified needs, the TEl is designed
to more fully utilize local development resources and complement the
traditional Peace Corps 1ST d~sign.

Thus far, the TEl has added a dynamic training component to PC/
Bolivia's operations. Volunteers and counterparts have responded very
positively to the opportunity to access funding that enables them to
visit an organization or another Volunteer's project to receive specific
technical training. This training provides them with the skills they need
to better carry out their community development efforts.
(continued)

From needs identification, through imple-


mentation, to activity completion, it is im-
portant that everyone in the community be
involved and understand their role.

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SUMMARY OF REGIONAL ACTIVITIES

No stone is left unturned as everyone in the


community has a role in an activity's suc-
cess.

PC/Bolivia's Technical Exchange Initiative (continued)

PCV Rose Skora reported the following about the experience she and
her counterparts had with TEl: "There are three towns in my zone that
want to start a small dairy business. So we asked for support from the·
Technical Exchange Initiative to help us-myself and six communarios-
to visit the Milk Producers Association (APL) in Cochabamba. Our first
day was spent getting to know the personnel within the APL and lis-
tening to presentations on nutrition, genetics, and other subjects re.lat-
ing to starting a small dairy operation. We ~lso viewed numerous vid-.
eos on the same subjects. The following two days were spent traveling
to different dairies. The presentations, along with the farm visits were
very beneficial to the communarios. Many times during the viewing of a
video or the farms, they remarked about how much work would go
into starting a dairy. Also during the farm visits, the communarios would
see all example of bad management and remark that they planned to
have their dairy in better condition; they also noted examples of good,
manq.gement. Now they are returning to their communities with a pic-
ture in their heads of how a dairy should be started and managed. This
technical exchange was an excellent opportunity. The communarios are
excited and ready to start their business!"

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SUMMARY OF REGIONAL ACTIVITIES

ASIA AND THE PACIFIC

~hiliPPines
/~ 0

~
Sri Lanka Papua
CJ(Ko~~NeWGUi:a 0 ()

D .,:dJ ,. Solomon • Kiribati


t:::::> """""
~
/7
r;r
"o~ • Islands o Western
Samoa
& Niue o.
l::J
o
Tonga 0

Grant Projects by Peace Corps Sector

30
Grant Projects According to USAID's
25 Strategic Objectives (1995 & 1996)
20
PROTECTING
THE
15
11I 1995 ENVIRONMENT
1.ilil1996 3%

10
PROTECTING
HUMAN
5
HEALTH
30%

0
J: Z W I- Z I- a:
!:i _0 a: 0 zW W ENCOURAGING
:> Ulffi J:
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J: !:i:!::
3:~
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0
Ul:;
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~o
Ul..J
5
:>
Q
:;
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0
a:
I-
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BROAD-BASED
ECONOMIC
GROWTH
Ul
ii: :>w W :;: 67%
Cl
« a11ij zw
Q

24 OFFICE OF TRAINING AND PROGRAM SUPPORT/SMALL PROJECT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM


SUMMARY OF REGIONAL ACTIVITIES

ASIA AND
THE PACIFIC Water Sinl< Hygiene Project, Thailand

The AlP region accounted for 15 This project, facilitated by PCV Alan Takemoto, was started in November 1995. De-
scriptive information provided in the lAA and ACN was submitted by PC/Thailand.
percent of all posts with SPA
programs in 1995 and 1996.
Between 1995 and 1996, how- The Office District of Primary Education, Dong Luang, Thailand and
ever, the share of total grant the schools in Amphur Dong Luang are trying to develop and improve
activities taking place in this the schools' current health and hygiene programs. The schools pro-
region increased from 15 to 21 .mote strong hand-washing and tooth-brushing habits, but they often
percent. lack clean, safe areas where students can wash their hands and brush
their teeth. At many schools, washing and brushing were taking place
As the bar chart indicates, in an area that is very muddy and infested with mosquitoes
education, water I sanitation,
and agriculture were the promi- a
With assistance from SPA grant, seven primary schools have con-
nent Peace Corps sectors, structed water sink stations that are providing the foundation for health
followed closely by health. and hygiene programs. Over 1,800 students are learning about im-
proved hygiene and dental health through an educational program that
The pie chart depicts the distri- is closely monitored by principals and teachers.
bution of SPA grant projects
according to USAID's strategic The SPA grant of $960 supported the purchase of water faucets, piping,
objectives. and cement blocks. The schools and villages contributed $1,600 in ce-
ment and labor for construction and facilities.

Water and sanitation projects such as this


water sink project in Amphur Dong Luang,
Thailand, account for one-fifth of all SPA
projects.

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SUMMARY OF RE<oIONAL ACTIVITIES

Silana Village Community Resource Center, Fiji


Information on this p~oject was submitted by PCV Gwendolyn Ross as part ofherfinal
project report.

A central place to hold important events is critical to Fijian village life.


Thus, the vale ni soqo (community reSource center) is a signi.ficant part
of the physical and social structures of all Fijian villages. The Silana
village - in particular, the Silana Women's Club- had struggled for
many years to raise money for a vale ni soqo, but they were still 10 to 15
years away from raising enough to construct the building they envi-
sioned. Thus, the Women's Club decided to seek financial help from
SPA to build their vale ni soqo. They were awarded a SPA grant of $6,615.
Additional community contributions and support from the Fiji gov-
ernment brought the total project cost to $21,686.

In order to carry out the project, the village males agreed to provide
the labor needed to gather river sand and gravel, to cut trees and saw
timber, and to unload building supplies from delivery trucks. Youth
and children also gathered sand and gravel and helped clear the land.
The women and girls cooked and served food and water to the work-
ers. In addition, the Silana Women's Club provided $5,964 as a com-
munity cash contribution and the Fijian government provided fund-
ing in the amount of $3,500.

Facade of the Commun.ity Resource Center


in Silana, Fiji. The SPA funding that sup-
ported construction of this center was
complemented by locally available financial
resources as well as building materials and
labor.

26 OFFICE OF TRAINING AND PROGRAM SUPPORT/SMALL PRO.JECT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM


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Silana Village Community Resource Center, Fiji (continued)
Construction of the building was often delayed because of other vil-
lage commitments, but after 15 months the Silana village vale ni soqo
was completed. It was opened with an appropriate cultural ceremony
on July 25,1996. There were speeches, mekes, feasting, and yagona drink-
ing! All villagers are pleased and gratified;' the women are especially
delighted and proud of the beautiful and spacious building because it
is exactly what they had wanted and dreamed about for many years.
The Silana Women's Club is now planning a kindergarten and study
classes for the village to be conducted in the vale ni soqo. In addition,
two youth were married in the building and a regional youth rally was
held there, For the very first time, the community will be able to host
the annual New Year's gala to be attended by three neighboring vil-
lages and two more weddings are scheduled to take place there during
1997.

There were other outcomes from this project. For one, it helped the
women realize that they are important, contributing members of Fijian
society. Conducting the project also demonstrated to the villagers that
they can work together to accomplish a great deal and find solutions to
their own problems. Finally, I learned a lot including better language
skills, the intricacies of village politics, and how women and men really
work together in Fiji.

• •

Following its dedication, community mem-


ber and Peace Corps staff gather to inspect
their new community center.

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SUMMARY OF REGIONAL ACTIVITIES

EUROPE, CENTRAL ASIA,


AND THE MEDITERRANEAN

Estonia
Latvia
Lithuania
_ ,......,........ 1

Poland
Czech. Rep.
Slovak Rep..--=i~~....R,"t--.>. ..,.,.
Hungary
Russia/Far East
Tunisia 8
Turkmenistan

Grant.Projects by Peace Corps Sector

Grant Projects According to USA1D's


Strategic Objectives (1995 & 1996)

PROTECTING
1111995 THE
1lJJi]1996 . ENVIRONMENT PROTECTING
22% HUMAN
HEALTH
21%

ENCOURAGING
ffi
::t: BROAD-BASED
ECONOMIC
b GROWTH
57%

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EUROPE, CENTRAL '.


ASIA, AND THE EI Alia School for the Handicapped, Tunisia
MEDITERRANEAN This description of a SPA project was submitted by former PC/Tunisia Country Direc-'
tor, Baudoin de Marcken, in May of 1996. PC/Tunisia closed in 1996.
The ECAM region represented
one-quarter of all posts with I recently spent the afternoon in EI Alia where the School for the Handi-
active SPA programs in 1995 and capped had invited us to participate in an open-house. It was, in fact, a
1996. This region accounted for get-together of the leadership of the local association that created the
20 percent of all grant activities school, of its staff, and of a few community leaders to recognize PCV
in 1995 and 26 percent in 1996. Elizabeth Smith's contribution during the past two years and to offer
their best wishes and gratitude as she completed her service. The
Although the ECAM region association's leadership and the center's staff also wanted to highlight
was, as the bar chart illustrates, the contribution the Peace Corps and USAID are making through the
characterized by a focus on the Small Project Assistance Program by providing a grant of $9,768 to the
education and environment center in September 1995.
sectors, increased 1996 activity
in the health and water / sanita- Everyone who works with or cares for the Peace Corps should have a
tion sectors was notable. chance to participate in an event such as the gathering at the EI Alia
school. It was a superb reaffirmation of the validity of the concepts that
The pie chart depicts the distri- underlie the Peace Corps: partnership, a sharing not only of work but
bution of SPA grant projects also of cultures and personal relationships; a people-focused effort; and
according to USAID's strategic the building of locally-based institutions. One needed to spend only a
objectives. short time at the school in El Alia to know that Elizabeth had been an
extremely successful Volunteer.The formula for success held no magic
but, rather, combines the basic elements we know so well but which
can be difficult to gather together: a challenging job that needs to be
done; a job that responds to community needs; a Volunteer with a solid
professional foundation in the field she is ,asked to address; a volun-
teer who nurtures relationships with colleagues and friends in her com-
munity. Elizabeth did her part. She brought commitment, a genuine
professional respect for her work and a willingness to share her skills
and build her colleagues' professional talent.

It was particularly pleasing to be able to inspect the first stages of imple-


mentation of the SPA project. Previously, the school used a: small facil-
ity squeezed between the police station and the Mayor's residence; just
a few rooms not well-suited to their purposes. The SPA grant is en-
abling the school to build new facilities which will include classrooms,
consultation rooms for specialized care (physical therapy, psychologi-
cal counseling, etc.), as well as adequate recreational space. The asso-
ciation was able to obtain land a short distance from the center of town,
adjoining the secondary school. When we visited, the masons were hard
(continued)

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SUMMARY Of REGIONAL ACTIVITIES


EI Alia'School for the Handicapped, Tunisia (continued)

. at work pouring concrete for the foundation. The initial block of class-
rooms being financed by SPA should be completed within the month.

It is encouraging to see SPA resources go to support an activity of the


EI Alia association. There is no doubt that this association enjoys a suf-
ficiently strong commitment from its membership and from commu-
nity leaders to continue to exist well int? the future. The school also
has a very dedicated director and staff. SPA provided them with the
seed and encouragement they needed to launch their project plan. This
is a fine example for USAID and other supporters of the SPA program
to point to.
• •

In the ECAM Region, SPA supported the


organization of summer youth camps that
combine recreational activities with envi-
ronmental education activities to foster a
sense of community pride and awareness.

30 OFFICE Of TRAINING AND PROGRAM SUPPORT/SMALL PRO.JECT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM


SUMMARY OF REGIONAL ACTIVITIES

III •
Community Development and Social Assistance in UI<raine

Toward the end of FY 1996, PC/Ukraine received SPA funding for the
first time. The activities describe,d below by APCD Frank Yanicheck·
are typical of those now being supported by SPA/Ukraine.

Rehabilitation of Children Inflicted with Cerebella Paralysis - Twenty-


seven children living in the city of Komsomolsk suffering from cer-
ebella paralysis have undergone a series of successful operations over
the past year to correct their deficiencies and provide them with a more
normal state of life. In order to maintain the positive results of the op-
erations, it is necessary for the afflicted children to undergo physical
therapy treatment. However, the equipment needed for such treatment
was unavailable in the city so the afflicted children were obligated to
travel to the regional capital for physical therapy. Due to economical
and logistical difficulties of travel, afflicted children were unable to
receive treatment on a regular basis. With a $1,000 SPA grant, the city
was able to acquire physical therapy equipment. A physical therapy
room has been opened in a local hospital, thus allowing the children to.
receive regular and proper treatment locally.
(continued)

SPA funding has helped women's groups


undertake income-generating activities.
Such projects provide services to local com-
munities, as well as enhancing group mem-
bers' self-esteem.

OFFICE OF TRAINING AND PROGRAM SUPPORT/SMALL PROjECT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 31


SUMMARY OF REGIONAL ACTIVITIES


Community Development and Social Assistance (continued)

Rehabilitation of Children with Impaired Speech - The city of


Komsomolsk has over 340 children who suffer from various speech
impediments. These children attend a special school that was estab-
lished to help the children overcome their handicaps. As with many of
the social programs in Ukraine, the school has been hit hard by chang-
ing economic conditions. Despite these hardships, the city has man-
aged to keep the school open. However, the ability of the staff to assist
the children has been negatively affected by the school's inability to
maintain or purchase speech therapy equipment. With $1,000 in SPA
funding, the city's Department of Social Protection was able to acquire
several polyphonic devices for the treatment of children with speech
impediments.

• •

32 OFFICE OF TRAINING AND PROGRAM SUPPORT/SMALL PRO:lECT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM


ApPENDIXl
SPA FINANCIAL INFORMATION

This appendix displays the total SPAfunds utilized by country. The period covered includes
FY 1995 and FY 1996. This financial information is based on the end-of-year close out
reports received from Peace Corps posts.

Please note that the amounts presented in this table are not consistent with the cumulative
project totals by region depicted as "SPA Amount" in Appendix 2. These inconsistencies
are primarily due to the fact that the project data in Appendix 2 are based on anticipated
project costs, whereas the financial data detailed here reflect actual obligations, liquida-
tions, andfinal costs. During the course ofproject implementation, expenditures may actu-
ally exceed or be less than anticipated, or, obligations might be made in multiple disburse-
ments over the life ofa single projec~, thus affecting the fiscal picture during a specific time
period.

These differences in the time period covered and in systems offiscal reporting account for
most of the varjation in financial information contained in these two appendices. In afew
cases, discrepancies might also be related to posts' omission and/or late submission offinan-
cial reports.

SPA PASA Obligations in FY1995 and FY 1~96

ADMINISTRATION
TECHNICAL 4%
ASSISTANCE FUNDS
11%

GRANT FUNDS
85%

Note: Both grant and TA funds include transfers to posts. In addition, TA funds also include the
cost of staff and consultant trips to various posts. Administration costs include staff salaries
and benefits as well as materials development and overhead.

OFFICE OF.TRAINING AND PROGRAM SUPPORT/SMALL PRO:JECT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 33


ApPENDIl(l

, "

TOTAL SPA PASA FUNDS UTILIZED BY COUNTRY


FY 1995 AND FY 1996
(INCLUDES BOTH GRANT AND TECH~ICALAsSISTANCEFUNDS)

AFRICA REGION
1995 1996
7
Benin $ 103,600.83 $ 1,398.00
Botswana 20,658.82 34,850.78
Cameroon 21,894.01 18,933.87
Cape Verde 2,402.74 2,396.08
Central African Rep~ 15,196,94 15,501.79
Chad 31;272.39 9,067.92
Comoros 6,851.61 0.00
Congo 11,040.88 ,0.00
Cote d'!voire 21,679.99 61,767.53
Eritrea 0.00 315.15
Ethiopia 0.00 20,857.76
Gabon 18,838.52 17,889.80
Ghana 40,822.15 50,312.66
Guinea 116,233.38 110,191.51
Guinea Bissau 1,740,69 11,854.96
Kenya 60,475.51 41,476.81
Lesotho 4,000.00 32,948.24
Madagascar 25,614.04 39,986.32
Malawi 43,268.00 66,000.00
Mali 98,695.94 28,786.88
Mauritania 26,057.65 54,948.15
Namibia 11,120.88 11,256.00
Niger 50,189.55 42,501.70
Sao Tome 6,541.60 9,674.40
Senegal 54,359.88 24,298.07
Swaziland 23,460.03 24,527.60
8
Tanzania 30,467.68 0.00
The Gambia 26,357.10 42,210.00
Togo 55,775.46 61,784.17
Uganda 13,089.36 29,363.15
Zambia 11,007.80 48,489.40
Zimbabwe 32,950.05 47,161.91
AF Region Total $ 987,663.48 $ 960,750.61

7 During FY 1996, PC/Benin temporarily suspended SPA activity while undertaking a review of its SPA program. As a result of this review, the
post has begun implementing changes in program policy and procedure, and thus far in FY 1997, the post has received $50,000 in SPA grant
authority.
8 During FY 1996, PC/Tanzania reported a lapse in SPA program activity due to staffing and management changes. However, in FY 1997, the
post received $40,000 in SPA grant authority. Following Quarters 1 and 2, the post has reviewed projects totaling $16,000 and anticipates
utilizing their full grant authority.

34 OFFICE OF TRAINING AND PROGRAM SUPPORT/SMALL PRO:JECT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM


ApPENDIXl

INTER-AMERICA
1995 1996
Belize $ 10,050.41 $ 6,548.93
Bolivia 18,318.61 40,292.51
Chile 15,508.00 7,570.00
Costa Rica 15,245.00 19,902.33
Dominican Republic 34,904.83 51,649.89 .
Eastern Caribbean 33,054.78 46,323.00
Ecuador 32,742.25 11,302.58
El Salvador 7,000.00 22,599.18
Guatemala .0.00 8,892.68
Guyana 0.00 900.00
Jamaica 38,880.59 21,969.07
Nicaragua 11,729.62 14,437.69
Panama 9,277.41 15,025.56
Paraguay 61,930.33 69,212.00
Uruguay 8,836.72 21,976.00
IA Region Total $ 297A78.55 $ 358,601.42

·ASIA & PACIFIC <AlP>


1995 1996
Fiji $ 47,442.38 $ 29,092.38
Kiribati 0.00 11,350.03
Mongolia 9,835.17 19,124.83
Nepal 44,812.77 35,491.25
Papua New Guinea 6,544.67 13,455.33
Philippines 16,745.93 33,629.48
Solomon Islands 1,097.49 36,552.66
Sri Lanka 32,329.78 23,162.81
Thailand 38,856.40 . 24,496.22
9
Tonga .0.00 90,582.00
Vanuatu 3,132.68 0.00
Western Samoa 6,015.28 14,237.00
AlP Region Total $ 206,812.55 $ 331,174.31

9 PC/Tonga has one of the most dynamic SPA programs in the region. However, in 1995, during SPA's transition from a calendar year to a fiscal
year, the post was temporarily unable to access funding. In this transition period, the post continued to promote SPA project development.
Projects developed and approved during FY 1995 were subsequently funded under FY 1996 authority.

OFFICE OF TRAINING AND PROGRAM SUPPORT/SMALL PRO:JECT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 35


ApPENDIX 1

EUROPE; CENTRAL ASIA &MEDITERRANEAN CECAM)


NEAR EAST
1995 1996
10
Morocco $ 80,900.00 $ 2,940.00
Tunisia 52,927.38 44,421.76
Near East Sub-total: $ 133,827.38 $ 47,361.76

EUROPE
1995 1996
Albania $ 27,415.00 $ 22,798.75
Bulgaria 34,925.00 50,197.27
Czech Republic 60,445.53 50,735.03
Estonia 24,763.00 40,000.00
Hungary 46,415.18 44,218.29
Latvia 63,545.85 44,295.00
Lithuania 70,896.00 60,000.00
Poland 78,458.72 121,001.54
Romania 21,730.94 11,803.36
Slovak Republic 39,282.00 53,771.32
Europe Sub-total: $ 467,877.22 $ 498,820.56

NIS
1995 1996
Armenia $ 0.00 $ 20,000.00
Kazakstan 37,738.88 43,506.98
Kyrgyzstan 0.00 1,118.00
Moldova 156.53 27,400.00
Russia 0.00 1,825.00
Turkmenistan 659.98 35,000.00
Ukraine 0.00 22,130.00
Uzbekistan 2,189.80 7,246.29
NIS Sub-total: $ 40,745.19 $ 158,226.27

ECAM Region Total $ 642,449.79 $ 704,408.59

WORLD WIDE TOTAL: $ 2,134,404.37 $ 2,354,934.93

10 PC/Morocco received budget authority for $45,000 in August of FY 1995. These funds were utilized to support SPA program activity through-
outFY 1996.

OFFICE OF TRAINING AND PROGRAM SUPPORT/SMALL PRO.JECT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM


ApPENDIX 2
SUMMARY OF SPA GRANT
ACTIVITIES BY COUNTRY
This appendix includes summary information on grant projects by country for FY)996
Please note that the projects presented in this appendix represent all those for which the
SPA Coordinator's office received summary report information" (fAA abstracts and ACNs).

Please note that the Inter-America Region total does not include SPA grant fund amounts
from Hon.duras. Project information from Honduras is included as a separate table at the
end of this Appendix. -

Summary reports are missing from posts in the following countries: Albania, Belize, Cape
Verde, Chad, Chile, Gabon, Mauritania, Mongolia, Philippines, Sao Tome, Turkmenistan,
and Zambia.

We regret that we were unable to include the missing project information in this report, but
we would like to extend our appreciation to those staff members at post who have been,
working hard to provide us with missing and/or corrected information. Your cooperation is
assisting us to keep our files and our data base current for future report generation and
program evaluation. Many thanks for all your efforts!

TABLE OF CONTENTS

PEACE CORPS REGION PAGES

Asia/Pacific '" 38

Africa '" : c 65.

Europe, Central Asia, and the Mediterranean 115

Inter-America 148

Honduras : 168

OFFICE OF TRAINING AND PROGRAM SUPPORTISMALL PRO:JECT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM


37
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

AlP

Fiji
411-96-003 Bagasau Community Candice Lipe 540 01/02/96 2,563 769 1,794 Technical assistance for
Radio Telephone installation.
10/05/96
Project

411-96-008 Delana High School Amy McElroy 300 12/01/96 3,404 1,460 1,944 Construction materials.
Delana Piggery 01/31/97

411-96-001 Korokula Village Ed Doherty 200 02/28/96 8,640 5,024 3,616 Construction materials.
Korokula Water Comm.
OS/20/96
Project

411-96-002 Greater Labesa Area Shara Godiwalla 300 02/01/96 3,682 500 3,182 Workshop materials and
Youth for Health supplies.
07/31/96

411-96-004 Nilsen High Sch~ol Bruce Venner 350 05/31/96 8,088 4,524 3,564 Fence materials and posts.
Fencing Project 10/04/96

411-96-005 Holy Family School Donald Overly 350 07/18/96 1,506 357 1,149 Lab materials and gas
School Lab Project hook-up.
09/02/96

38
Implementation
Project Number Comm~ty Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title ,Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use.ofF~ds

411-96-007 Nasova High School Steve Knapp 20 07/30/96 918 300 618 Bee-hive construction
materials.
Nadroga 01/31/97
Apiculture

411-96-009 Sigatoka Village Andrew Crouse· 100 09/13/96 3,576 1,429 2,147 Construction materials.
Toilet & Shower Group
10/20/96
Block

39
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Nepal
367-96-001 Women's Group of Barbara Ross 50 10/01/95 316 84 232 Production materials.
Fireless Cooker Damaui
09/30/96
Demonstration

367-96-003 Jana Sewn Samay Thomas 200 11/01/95 379 200 179 Materials and supplies.
Jalpa Community Robertson
12/31/95
Resource Center"

367-96-004 Health Committee Timothy Bogart 200 10/01/95 727 433 294 Construction materials.
Hunga Health 02/28/96
Center Charpi

367-96-007 Pardi Primary School Richard Cooper 325 11/01/95 2,860 860 2,000 Construction materials and
Pardi Primary supplies.
03/30/96
School Expansion

367-96-009 Gwasi School Norma Harley· 700 01/06/95 1,316 320 996 Supplies and materials.
Malakheti Health 04/12/95
Awareness Project

367-96-023 Daijee VDC Justine Papierski 6,200 09/15/96 3,400 2,700 700 Construction materials.
Daijee Health 01/31/97
Center

40
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

367-96-039 Mati La Gau Matthew Geisler 80 11/15/96 3,299 837 2,462 Tools and construction
materials_
Shree Thang-Sang 01/15/97
School Repair

367-96-044 Manda Yadav Lilith Iversen 123 10/01/96 818 204 614 Water pump, fertilizer,
Manda Pond Project Saptari feed and fry.
11/30/96

367-96-002 Annapuma Matthew 50 01/01/96 2,031 1,583 448 Pruning saws and shears.
Citrus Pruning Community Hartman
03/30/96
Project - Bhojpur

367-96-005 Households of Baitad Rhonda Wilhelm 500 01/01/96 649 325 324 Materials and supplies.
Baitadi. District 04/30/96
Community Health
Center

367-96-006 Cherlung Student Timothy Bogart 100 01/01/96 1,005 200 805 Construction materials and
Ass'n. supplies.
Shree Sharada 01/01/96
Secondary School

367-96-008 Danfe Yuba Club Brian Green 360 01/01/96 2,333 1,501 832 Construction materials and
Thati Bazar Toilet .supplies.
03/31/96
Facilities

41
367-96-011 Bhojpur Drinking Matthew 1,900 03/15/96 973 316 657 Solid and liquid waste
Water Hartman management systems.
Bhojpur Solid & 05/15/96
Liquid Waste
System

367-96-012 Female Health Jennipher 12 02/01/96 316 255 61 Training costs and
Committee Young-Hall materials.
Midwife Training 02/01/96

367-96-013 Daman Elementary Marjorie ~ ill/W/96 495 110 385 Supplies and materials.
Latrine and Water School Pasqualle
m/~~7
System

367-96-014 Women's Awareness Heather Hibbard 161 03/01/96 698 349 349 Wool production supplies.
Material for Ass'n.
03/01/97
Training in Angor
Wool Production

367-96-015 Ghirtung Dhara VDC Harriet Van 250 02/01/96 ·1,373 631 742 Supplies and materials.
Womens' Ginkel
04/01/96
Community
Building

42
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Dale Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount' . Amount Use of Funds

367-96-016 Bal Jagriti Yuwa Diane- Feland 300 05/01/96 370 82 288 Construction costs.
Barhsa
School Latrine 09/30/96 .
Construction

367-96-017 Manjuriya Women's TirmnieAnn 500 04/28/96 90 18 72 Fish fingerlings.


Community Group Mandish
04/28/96
Fisheries Pond
Stocking

367-96-018 Ward #3 Committee ElonCalkum 21 04/24/96 209 52 157 Irrigation sprinkler


Pauwa Sartap systems.
06/24/96
Sprinkler Project

367-96-020 Tribhuwan Basti Suellen Sack 900 06/01/96 770 193 577 Books.
School Library 12/31/96
Project

367-96-021 Narayani Hospital Lisa Gurney 210 07/15/96 112 28 84 Medical waste containers
Needle Disposal and incinerators.
10/31/96
Project

367-96-022 School Ward II Diane Feland 100 06/01/96 499 180 319 Construction materials and
School Latrine Committee supplies.
07/31/96

43
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Ani,ount .Amount Use of Funds

367-96-024 Women's Welfare Timmie Mandish 300 06/10/96 281 121 160 Fish fingerlings, food .and
Committee fertilizer.
Panchanagar 02/10/96
Fisheries
Development

367-96-025 Sitalpur Primary Vincent Collins 70 06/10/96 1,916 534 1,382 Construction materials.
Sitalpur Primary School
06/30/96
School Building

367-96-026 Shree Guptes School Peter Hack 100 05/10/96 1,072 301 771 Raw materials for table
and chair fabrication.
Oyam Bench & 08/05/96
Desk

367-96-035 Jalpa Primary School Timothy Simpson 998 06/01/96 1,150 410 740 Materials and tools for
furniture production.
Jalpa VDC 02/01/97
Furniture
Production

367-96-019 Shree Prithivi MV Elizabeth 25 09/01/96 72 15 57 Painting and poster


Nepal and the School Guenther supplies.
09/28/96
World: School Map
Project

367-96-027 Makpa Secondary Eric Hagen 400 08/01/96 1,405 401 1,004 Construction materials,
School roofing and hardware.
Latrine Project at 10/31/96
Makpa

44
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Aniount Use of Funds

367-96-028 School Committee Scott Harnm0nd 500 10/01/96 600 345 255 Wire and fencing
materials.
School Fence' Project 12/31/96

367-96-029 Maize farmers Group Heather Hibbard 75 08/01/96 160 54 106 Construction and roofing
materials.
Potato Rustic Store 11/30/96

367-96-030 Women's Society Norma Harley· 250 08/20/96 410 171 239 M~terials and supplies.
Community Health 10/20/96
Education

367-96-031 Shree Supyodaya Norma Harley 125 08/20/96 801 264 537 Construction materials and
health training m~terials.
Suryodaya Latrine 09/20/96
Construction

367-96-032 Gunjanagar Women's David Gillette 21 08/25/96 89 18 71 Fingerlings.


Fish Pond Stocking Grp 09/25/96

367-96-033 Shree Guras School Lynette Cockrell 500 09/15/96 2,570 1,157 1,413 Construction and roofing
materials.
Shree Guras School 01/15/97
Latrine

45
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

367-96-034 Kailali Arun Club Charlie 8,700 08/01/96 3,295 1,158 2,137 Construction materials and
McCollum hardware..
- Kailali Community 12/31/96
Center

367-96-036 Unreported Melissa Moffett 100 09/01/96 189 25 164 Materials for basic first aid
Health Care and personal hygiene kits.
01/01/97
Training for Women

367-96-037 Unreported David Bell 660 10/01/96 140 120 20 Paint and brushes.
World Map 11/30/96

367-96-038 Unreported Sunny Mall 571 11/17/96 2,394 734 1,660 Construction and roofing
School Latrine materials.
03/13/97

367-96-040 Sambu MAV Anne Marie Film 200 11/01/96 126 36 90 Training materials and
Sanitation Training supplies.
11/30/96

367-96-041 Shree Laxmi School Diane Feland 100 10/01/96 1,049 168 881 Construction materials..
Classroom 01/01/97
Construction

46
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total , Community SPA
and Title , Group PCV Beneficiaries .Finish Date Amount Amount , Amount Use of Funds

367-96-042 Shree, Amar Iyati . Barney Lewis 850 11/01/96 2,511 1)40 1,371 Materials for bench and
Furniture & table fabrication.
01/31/97
Blackboards Blackboards.

367-96-043 Sigana VDC Eva Chun . 500 11/01/96 1,283 400 883 ,Construction costs.
Community 01/31/97
Latrines

367-96-045 Shree Punurva Jawta Suellen Sack 15 10/31/96 112 28 84 Teaching materials.
Educational 02/28/97
Materials

367-96-046 Shree Punurva School Suellen Sack 900 10/31/96 98 23 75 Fence and post materials.
High School Fence 12/31/96
Project

367-96-047 Shree Krishna School Anne Robinson 300 08/01/96 312 18T 125 Laboratory apparatus and
Laboratory supplies.
01/01/97
Supplies

367-96-048 Syauri Bhume School Thomas Wilson 382 11/01/96 2,301 576 1,725 Plastering materials and
School Plaster tools.
11/30/96
Project

47
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group pev Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

367-96-049 Badeha Village Suzanne Lam 715 12/01/96 3,138 796 2,342 Construction materials and
Committee supplies.
Charpi 01/11/97
Construction,

48
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Papua New Guinea


471-96-001 Bugandi Secondary Berwick Lanier 100 10/01/95 19,882 14,673 5,209 Computer, software and
BugandiSecondary School peripherals.
11/30/95
School Computer
Laboratory

49
Implementation
Project Number . Community Start Date Total' Community SPA
and Title Group PCV. Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Solomon Islands
431-96-002 Marovo Lagoon Kurt Stoburg , 70 11/01/95 2,487 1,426 , 1,061 Production of
RUI:ciI Development Council locally-developed training
06/30/96 materials and supplies.
& Project Workshop

431-96-001 Roviana-Zipale Gail Jenkins 15 10/01/95 1,924 467 1,457 Beekeeping equipment.
Beekeeping Ass'n.
09/30/96
Equipment

50
Implementation
Project Number CommWtity Start Date ToW Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Sri Lanka
384-96-001 Perarigama Village Juli Foster 72 11/15/95 4,678 2,708 1,970· Building and roofing
materials.
Perarigama Latrine 03/01/96
Project

384-96-002 Heenrangolla ,Tammie Harris 60 10/05/95 3,262 1,594 . 1,668 Construction materials.
Heenrangolla Village
10/04/96
Latrine Project

384-96-003 Lagoon Fishing Ass'n. Anne Rugh 176 01/01/96 1,438 612 826 Freezer purchase.
Lagoon Fisheries ·01/01/97
Deep Freezer
Project

384-96-004 Pussethota Village Cori Welbourn '266 01/18/96 2,061 561 1,500 Building materials and
·supplies.
Pussethota 02/17/97
Community Center
Project

384-96-005 Welikala Village Yvette Robertson 206 03/11/96 1,644 499 1)45 Building and roofing
materials.
Welikala Latrine 08/30/96
and Well Project

384-96-006 Uda Aparekka CaraMoss 60 01/01/96 6,000 4,000 2,000 Electrical connection fee.
Uda Aparekka Village
05/31/96
Electrification
Project

51
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish pate Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

384-96-007 Pilikuttuwa Village Elana 660 03/01/96 2,510 791 1,719 Building and roofing
Rabinowitz materials.
Pilikuttuwa 05/31/96
Community Center
Project

384-96-008 Uduwa Kanishta Yvette Robertson 241 06/21/96 655 306 349 Electrical wiring supplies
Vidayala and connection fees.
Electrificalion 07/21/96
Project - Phase 1

384-96-009 Uduwa Kanishta Yvette Robertson 241 07/17/96 1,098 320 778 Electrical wiring supplies.
Electrificalion Vidayala
07/16/97
Project - Phase 2

384-96-010 Kahandamodera Ari Kaufman 250 08/16/96 1,758 500 1,258 Building and roofing
School materials.
Kahandamodera 08/15/97
Vidyala Library
Project

384-96-011 Ministry of Education M. Martin & T. 50 09/19/96 2,885 2,332 553 Language materials and
McCravy supplies.
1996 English 09/18/97
Education Camp

384-96-012 Kuda Kusum Balika Theresa McGarry 1,400 09/20/96 89 24 65 Shelving materials.
Library Project Maha
09/19/97

52
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

384-96-013 Kuda Kusum Balika Theresa McGarry 1,083 09/20/96 807 212 595 Furniture and overhead
Maha projector.
Sound Lab Project 09/19/97

384-96-014 Delpona Vidyalaya Tammy Bewitz 200 09/20/96 3,979 1,238 2,741 Building and roofing
SCDool materials. Tables, stools,
Delpona Kanishta 09/19/97
cupboards, chairs and
Vidyalaya Library
books.
Project

384-96-015 Welikala Youth Yvette Robertson 250 09/20/96 3,862 1,209 2,653 Building materials and
Society furniture.
Welikala Youth 09/19/97
Society Library
Project

384-96-017 Holy Trinity SV KimPoam 567 09/20/96 1,589 520 1,069 Shelving materials, table
School and chairs. Audio-visual
Resource Room and 09/19/97
and science laboratory
Science Lab Water
equipment.
Tank

53
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group' PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount' Amount Use of Funds

Thailand
493-96-001 Saimun Wittaya Melissa Bachman 120 09/22/95 713 408 305 Training materials and
School supplies.
Young Women's 09/24/95
Development Camp

493-96-002 Nang Nang School Steven Schipani 264 11/01/95 388 293 95 Sawdust, yipsam, plastic
bags, mushroom spores and
Nang Nang School 03/01/96 other materials.
Mushroom
Cultivation Project

493-96-003 Community Youth Kimberley 50 11/10/95 791 524 267 Supplies and materials.
Leadership to Stop Workers Dorney
12/01/95
AIDS: AIDS
Awareness Program

493-96-006 Thung Phung Village John August 33(i 11/25/95 1,820 920 900 Production of small
Wellet incinerators.
ThungPhung 01/25/96
Village Incinerator

493-96-009 Jabo Village' Robert Petrusich 360 12/26/95 7,230 5,048 2,182 Water pipe, connectors and
sealant.
Jabo Water 01/18/96
Improvement
Project

493-96-010 Women Agriculturists Brian Gerst 15 08/15/95 1,823 1,243 580 Solid metal door and paint.
Women's 09/15/95
Agricultural Group
. "Country Store"
Project
/

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Implementatio~
Project Number Community Start Date. Total Community spA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

493-95-005 Sungaipadi Village Juris Simailis 100 03/01/95 2,388 1,474 914 Mosquito net material and
supplies.
Mosquito Net 02/01/96
Production

493-96-005 Na Khayad Village Hilary Hibbelu 218 02/01/96 2,713 956 1,757 Greenhouse construction
mate.rials.
School Greenhouse 06/01/96

493-96-007 Sob Moei Committee Christopher Cox 4,421 01/13/95 4,084 2,620 1,464 Track competition
;'Run for the Hill materials and promotional
05/30/96
items.
Tribes" Food Fund
Raising Activity

493-96-008 Kokyaow School Melissa Bachman 26 01/08/96 825 300 525 Child nutrition materials
Board and supplies.
Kokyaow 09/30/96
Community School
Garden Project

493-96-011 Dong Luang School Alan Takemoto 1,771 01/08/96 1,600 640 960 Construction materials.
Water Sink Station Board 09/30/96
Hygiene Project

493-96-012 Lom DomYai Lands Sergio 10 02/01/96 575 185 390 Construction materials.
Group Piedrahita
Integration of 06/21/96
Chicken and Fish
Production

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

493-96-013 Angsila School Amber Rickert 50 03/15/96 2,155 155 2,000 Construction materials and
brood stock.
Community 06/18/96
Chicken and
Poultry Prod.uction

493-96-014 Pracha Bamrung Lori Sandstrom 540 03/15/96 1,648 310 1,338 Construction materials.
School Sanitation School
05/15/96
Project

493-96-021 Pong Rachaoapisek Stephanie 500 01/08/96 4,190 1,850 2,340 Construc~ion of shelter.
School Bruzzese Brood stock and feed.
Fish and Chicken 01/08/97
Raising Project

493-96-004 Sa Phra Shelly Malhotra 210 05/01/96 910 583 327 Start up fish stock and fish
Fish Raising Project Phittayakhom Schl food.
10/31/96

493-96-015 Ni1<om Liang-Hmai VenM. Tran 31 04/01/96 490 100 390 Bergmot tree seedlings.
Women Shampoo and soap
Shampoo and 12/31/96 ingredients. Label and
Soap-Making
marketing materials.
Project

493-96-016 Rayong Settlement Brian Gerst 30 05/01/96 428 306 122 Construction materials.
Community Seed Group
05/10/96
Storage
Preparation Room

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Implementation
Project~UIllber Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

493-96-017 Women's Group Laurence 9 05/15/96 657 240 417 Start-up materials and
Cutforth supplies.
Weaving Project 05/15/97

493-96-018 Women's Group Nem Laurence 15 04/16/96 579 228 351 Initial stock and supplies.
Mi Cutforth
Flower 05/08/96
Arrangement and
Funeral Service
Training
493-96-019 Ban Nong Luang Patrick Gan 32 05/01/96 1,700 900 800 Construction of a
Farmers small-scale spawning
Ban Nong Luang 09/30/96
station.
Fish Spawning
Station

493-96-020 High Jumpers Club Eric Hill 4 OS/20/96 1,203 370 833 Construction of holding
tanks.
Prongsalord Frog 06/20/96
Initiative

493-95-009 Ban Dan Yao Village Alexandre 20 07/01/95 1,760 110 1,650 Construction materials.
Remnek Mushroom supplies.
Mushroom 09/15/95
Irrigation &
Cultivation Project

493-96-022 Wanaluang Women's Amy Yoxthimer 20 07/01/96 13,438 12,542 896 Materials and supplies for
Group treatment and training
Drug Treatment and 01/31/97
manuals.
Rehabilitation
Farm

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\.

Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
~nd Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

493-96-023 Ampur Lansak Amy Jo Bonnema 301 08/24/96 1,139 32. 1,107 Sink construction materials.
Toom Sam Tang 12/01/96
School Sink Proj~ct

493-96-024· Nong Primary School George Iftner 272 09/01/96 . 1,476 576 900 Materials to build 44 school
lunch tables.
Nong Kong School 09/01/97
Lunch Tables

493-96-025 Ban Sawat Brooke Alison 300 09/14/96 1,821 400 1,421 Bridge repair materials.
Bridge Repair in Community . Shippee
10/01/96
Ban Sawat

493-96-026 TambonHuay Kamin Melanie Driscoll 26 10/15/96 1,277 255 1,022 Vegetable seeds and tree
seedlings.
Kitchen Gardens & 12/15/96
Chickens

493-96-027 Wanaluang Health AmyYoxthimer 20 10/01/96 1,700 700 1,000 Menthol balm packaging
Wanaluang Village Group supplies. Training
01/01/97 materials for community
Community Health
health care.
Care Center

493-96-028 Ampur Lansak Amy Jo Bonnema 134 08/24/96 1,796 1,200 596 Construction materials.
Sink Project - Huay 09/01/96
Sia School

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

493-96-029 ~pur Lansak ~y Jo Bonnema 119 08/24/96 888 20 868" Construction materials.
Sink Project - Huay 09/01/96
Sok School

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Implementation
Project Number Community 'Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount UseofFimds

Tonga
421-96-004 Ahopanilolo Susan Wagner . 75 12/01/95 7,720 1,559 6,161 Water tank and pumping
Restaurant Training Restaurant materials and supplies.
09/30/96
Center for Practical
Experience

421-96-003 Tau'ataina Men's Paul Fiesseler 25 11/01/95 4,502 1,000 3,502 Welding equipment.
Group
Body Work Shop 04/01/96

421-96-006 Ngele'ia Women's Thomas McCabe 21 03/01/96 695 199 496 Materials and supplies.
Rainwater Group
04/30/96
Catchment Tank

421-96-007 Utuloko Women's Gary Jude 15 03/01/96 2,937 794 2,143 Supplies and materials.
Group Cleland -
Rainwater 05/30/96
Catchment Tanks

421-96-001 Fanatongo Charles Enciso 125 02/01/96 6,090 2,100 3,990 Materials and supplies to
Community construct chalkboards and
Fangatongo GPS 07/31/96
school furniture.
Classroom Project

421-96-008 Ha'ateiho Water Richard Gillison 4,000 05/01/96 14,494 6,710 7,784 Supplies and materials.
Committee
Fiberglass Water 03/30/97
Tank Project

60
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
. and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

421-96-010 Falevai & 'Otea Susan Stark 135 05/01/96 1,923 508 1,415 Fence materials and
Island Vegetable supplies. Seeds.
06/30/96
Gardens

421-96-014 Pua'amotu Water Laurel Shoaff 300 05/01/96 2,465 1,153 1,312 Supplies and materials.
Electric Water Committee
06/30/96
Pump

421-96-015 'Atenisi Institute Adriane Fink 300 05/01/96 21,306 12,064 9,242 Construction materials and
Atenisi Institute supplies.
06/01/96
Music Annex

421-96-023 . People of Popua Stacy Wacker 15 05/01/96 3,500 671 2,829 Construction materials.
Concrete Rainwater 07/01/96
Catchments

421-96-024 Unreported Adrienne 20 06/01/96 .12,804 4,125 8,679 Building supplies and
Residential Flush Fitzpatrick toilets.
10/03/96
Toilets Construction

421-96-025 Falehau Community Beth Cook 300 04/01/96 9,351 3,000 6,351 Metal roofing materials.
School Buildings Comm.
11/30/96

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

421-96-009 Koloa Education Jennifer Liang 53 09/01/96 3,799 1,404 2,395 Latrine construction
Koloa School Toilet Committe~ materials.
11/01/96
Facility

421-96-016 kapa Youth Susan Start 15 09/01/96 300 134 166 Barbed wire.
Kapa Bush Project Association
10/31/96

421-96-017 Makave Youth Ass'n. Meridian Napoli 60 09/01/96 800 237 563 Fencing wire, seed and
plows.
Vegetable Garden 12/31/96

421-96-018 Falevai Village Susan Stark 15 09/01/96 1,332 280 1,052 Training materials and
supplies.
Island Sewing 10/31/96
Project

421-96-019 Pilolevu College Anne Routon 145 . 09/01/96 3,765 2,829 936 Materials to build
bookshelves.
Taufa'ahau and 10/31/96
Pilolevu
Community Library

421-96-020 Kolonga Water Shannon Greer 22 09/01/96 22,262 19,441 2,821 Lister diesel water pump.
New Well Project
10/31/96
Construction

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Implementation
Project NllItlber Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group pev Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

421-9.6-021 Lataki Katolika Sarah McNally 40 09/01/96 4,737 2,200 2,537 Fence constr:\.1ction
'Avila Hall materials.
,12/31/96
Fencing

421-96-022 Makave Women's Meridian Napoli . 33 09/30/96 13,000 6,326 6,674 Flush toilet equipment.
Flush Toilet Group'
12/15/96
Construction

63
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date AmOWlt AmOWlt AmQWlt Use of Funds

Western Samoa
491-96-001 Upolu & Savai'i Maureen Johnson 100 09/02/96 5,930 2,700 3,230 Training materials and
Disability Villages supplies.
09/13/96
Awareness

Totals For Region 55,416 356,107 174,153 181,954

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total COIIimunity SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Africa

Botswana
637-96-001 Tshwaragano Scott Arche 15 10/15/95 6,230 1,270 4,960 Materials and chicks for
Tshwaragano Literacy Grp. the expansion of current
11/30/95
Poultry Project poultry house.

637-96-002 Oodima Community Joan Hoff 305 07/01/96 2,929 870 2,059 Supplies, materials and
Oodima School School skilled labor necessary for
07/31/96
Storeroom and repairs to school rooms.
Kitchen

637-96-003 Mokobeng School Robert Wilson 80 08/01/96 4,816 1,250 3,566 Equipment and materials to
Basketball & construct the court.
11/30/96
Volleyball Court

637-96-004 Rakops Secondary Courtney Phelan 490 07/01/96 3,571 994 2,577 Construction materials.
Poultry House School
11/30/96

637-96-005 Shashe Brigade Trust Susan Aust 10 08/01/96 3,350 638 2,712 Computer equipment and
Brigade software.
08/31/96
Organization
Center

637-96-006 Mowana Community DoonaOwens 25 07/01/96 8,201 2,195 6,006 Computer equipment and
School Computer & School software.
07/31/96
Training

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start· Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

637-96-007 Nata Primary School Fiona Kimmins 843 07/01/96 1,068 186 882 Construction materials.
Nata School Fence 08/31/96
Extension

637-96-008 Bobonong Community Mary Harris 500 08/01/96 7,432 2,865 4,567 Construction materials.
School
Poultry House 11/07/96

637-96-009 Khama Rhino Trust Rachel Potasznik 100 09/01/96 7,037 1,424 5,613 Computer equipment.
Park Resource Comm.
09/30/96
Center

637-96-010 Mariba Community Marion Melody 480 lOi01/96 2,622 542 2,080 Art supplies.
Art Enhancement School
08/15/97
Project

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

CAR
676-96-001 Comite de Sante de Brett Hillgartner 272 01/01/96 4,520 920 3,600 Specialized design and
Centre de Sante de Bogue construction of ~ealth post
07/31/96
Bogue facilities.

676-96-002 Bouca Group Wendy Shapiro 400 02/15/96 180 50 130 Supplies and materials.
World Map 02/29/96
Painting

676-96-003 Damara Group Frederick A. Lee 5,000 01/08/96 1,070 604 466 Supplies and materials.
Damara Water 06/30/96
Source Improvement

676-96-004 Bogban Village Scott Morgan 1,448 01/01/96 1,525 125 1,400 Supplies and materials.
Bogban Health Committee
05/30/96
Center Completion

676-96-005 Jeunes Des M'Bres Kevin F. Bender 3,000 03/01/96 2,116 1,228 888 Supplies and materials for
M'bres Basketball basketball court
04/01/96
Court construction.

676-96-006 Comite de Gestion Suzi Gudeman 142 01/01/96 5,460 1,360 4,100 Construction of community
shop facilities.
Ngoula Village 06/01/96
Community Shop

6~
.Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

676-96-007 Pouinayassi Group Suzanne Ehlers 500 03/01/96 692 152 540 Construction of primary
school latrines.
Poumayassi School 03/30/96
Latrines

676-96-008 Bria Community Megan Perillo 5,000 03/15/96 4,347 4,005 342 Building materials and
Bria Health Group supplies.
05/15/96
Education Center

676-96-010 Baoro Community Brian Webb 70 03/01/96 2~30 830 1,700 Tools, materials and
Baoro Animal Group equipment.
04/30/97
Traction

676-96-003 Damara Community Frederick A. Lee 5,000 01/08/96 1,070 604 466 Supplies and materials.
Damara Water Group
06/30/96
Source Project

676-96-009 Mbaiki Community Ben Guiney 1,444 03/15/96 308 92 216 Supplies and materials.
School Blackboard Group
05/15/96
& Well
Improvement

676-96-014 Bouar Community Heather 2,000 04/15/96 608 151 457 Security equipment and
Bouar Regional Group Whitaker cement.
06/14/96
Hospital
Improvement

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

676-96-011 Morobanda Group' J. Mayer &J. 20 04/01/96 2,120 886 1,234 Tools, equipment and
Riggs materials.
Morobanda Animal 12/31/96
Traction

676-96-015 Bossembele Group Gary Hunter 20 04/20/96 3,140 1,012 2,128 Chickens, housing, breeding
equipment.
Bossembele Small 04/19/.97
Agricultural
Enterprise

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Cameroon
694-96-002 Liakom Palace PTA Amy Webbeking 80 12/01/95 4,146 1,288 2,858 Building construction and
Liakom School roofing materials.
05/01/96
Addition

694-96-004 Farmer's Association Connie Clark 50 12/10/95 3,653 1,191 2,462 Demonstration stock and
materials.
Fish Farm 12/14/95
Development

694.,96-003 Sangole & Sone CVDs Kristin Sullivan 750 06/12/95 2,786 734 2,052 Construction materials and
educational supplies.
Clean Water Spring 02/29/96
Boxes

694-96-005 Mourla-Bla Dana Goodhue 658 03/01/96 6,983 1,729 5,254 Construction materials and
ASFEMBA services of skilled well.
Bucket Well 07/31/96 specialist.
System

694-96-006 Unreported Jennifer Zastrow 40 07/10/96 1,737 650 1,087 Seminar materials.
Leadership 07/13/96
Seminar,

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA -
and'Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Arllount Amount Use of Funds

Cote d'Ivoire
, 681-96-001 Lolobo Community Anne Voigts 263 01/01/96 2,429 1,064 1,365 Latrine construction
Lolobo Latrines materials.
04/30/96
Construction

681-96-002 Sahue Community Anne Voigts 487 11/01/95 6,489 1,773 4,716 Latrine construction
Latrines materials.
04/30/96
Construction

681-96-003 Gotonguin€ Stephanie Rowe 1,000 12/01/95 1,062 586 476 Health equipment and
Baby Weights and Community supplies.
12/01/96
Health Education

681-96-004 Famienkro Forrest Sutton 400 11/01/95 1,512 735 777 Building materials.
Latrine - Community
12/31/96
Construction

681-96-005 Mankono Community Christian 75 12/01/95 136 68 68 Construction materials and


Hospital Medical Helfrich supplies.
04/30/96
Waste Incinerator

681-96-006 Lakota Community Michael 400 12/01/95 7,010 2,085 4,925 Construction materials.
Wall and Latrine Levasseur
01/31/96
Construction

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

681-96-007 Tomono Community , Austin Merrill 400 12/01/95 4,984 1,385 3,599 Latrine construction
materials and supplies.
Latrine 01/31/96
Construction

681-96-008 Seguela Community Mark Allen 75 01/01/96 4,683 1,976 2,707 Construction materials.
Improved Garbage 02/28/96
Collection

681-96-009 Bonoua Community Karl Ahlen 75 01/01/96 2,430 590 1,840 Construction materials.
Erosion Control 02/28/96
Canal

681-96-010 Pahoufla Community Fay Hsu 400 01/01/96 1,399 350 1,049 Construction materials and
Latrine supplies.
02/28/96
Construction

681-96-011 Ananguie Community Sandra Jacobson 400 02/01/96 3,229 1,118 2,111 Construction materials and
supplies.
Ananguie Latrines 02/28/96

681-96-012 Zuenoula Community Dan 500 03/01/96 9,157 3,510 5,647 Construction materials.
Canal Project Haudenschild
03/01/97

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount 1\mount Use of Funds

681-96-013 Seguela Community Marl Allen 750 03/01/96 3A25 924 2,501 Construction materials.
Zuenoula Latrine 03/01/97
Project

681-96-014 Kirnbirla-Sud Group ~lex Terry 156 03/01/96' 1,742 430 1,312 Materials.
Latrine Project 03/01/97

681-96-015 Soubre Community Timothy Prestero 500 03/01/96 11,832 5A65 6,367 Materials.
School Latrine 03/01/97
Project

681-96-016 Gaoussoukro Kjersty Schmitz 300 06/01/96 1,831 546 1,285 Materials.
Community ,
School Latrine 03/01/97
Project

681-96-017 Bangolo Community Scott Henrickson 1,442 06/01/96 2,030 706 1,324 Materials.
Bangola Latrine 03/01/97
Construction

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Implementation
Project Number Community . Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Gro~p PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount ~ount Amount Use of Funds

Ethiopia
663-96-001 Arjo Women's Group Unreported 300 07/01/96 2,262 1,000 1,262 Latrine construction
Arjo Latrine Project materials and sanitary
09/30/96
education training
materials.

663-96-002 Siree Kindergarten Unreported 150 09/01/96 2,262 1,000 1,262 Latrine and water system
Siree Water construction materials.
09/30/96
Sanitation

663-96-003 Haike Women's Unreported 100 08/01/96 2,262 1,000 1,262 Construction supplies and
Injera Maker Group electric injera cookers.
09/30/96
Workshop

663-96-004 Siree Secondary Unreported 100 08/01/96 2,262 1,000 1,262 Carpentry equipment, tools
Carpentry Shop School and supplies.
09/30/96

663-96-005 Kutaber Secondary Unreported 10 08/01/96 2,262 1,000 1,262 Carpentry equipment, tools
School· and supplies..
Classroom 09/30/96
Maintenance

663-96-006 Enwari Secondary Unreported 100 08/01/96 2,262 1,000 1,262 Rootstock, grafting and
School maintenance tools. Fence
Jiru Reforestation 09/30/96
materials.

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Ghana
641-96-005 Agogo Sanitation Donnel 150 10/01/95 6,973 3,470 ·3,503 Construction materials and
Well & Tank Group Whitfield supplies.
02/29/96
Project

641-96-010 Wa Village TodBnuming 125 10/01/95 5,864 500 5,364 Computer and peripherals.
Community Committee
09/30/96
Computer Center

641-96-002 Talensi Community Becky Trimble 120 01/01/96 1,531 500 1,031 Construction materials.
Tongo Library 03/31/96

641-96-001 Namdom A Jones 100 04/01/96 3,531 1,000 2,531 Rootstock, tools and
Fruit Tree Orchard Agriculturalists materials.
06/01/96

641-96-003 Navrongo School Clayton Brander 50 09/01/96 7,512 2,000 5,512 Construction materials,
Chicken Farm fencing and other supplies.
01/31/97

641-96-004 Sagyimase Cecile Punzalan 100 09/01/96 2,589 2,000 589 Construction materials.
Pit Latrines Committee
01/31/97

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

641-96-006 Kulungugu Village Chris Picott 200 07/31/96 3,424 1,000 2,424 Fencing materials, tree
CCFI Nursery stock and tools.
05/31/97

641-96-007 Gomoa School Kim Hornung 400 07/31/96 10,221 _ 3,000 7,221 Blackboards, desks, tables
Classroom Furniture Committee and chairs.
06/30/97

641-96-008 Kpando-Dzigbe Monica Taylor 500 09/01/96 10,792 2,500 8,292 Construction materials and
Classroom Block School supplies.
08/30/97

641-96-009 Ve-Deme Tsowu Jennifer Tullis 700 08/16/96 6,034 2,500 3,534 Construction materials.
Pit Latrine Committee
12/15/96

641-96-011 Libga CCFI Nursery Unity Nguyen 500 09/30/96 5,263 1,577 3,686 Fence materials, tools and
Rice & Fish Pond initial stock of rice plants
04/01/97
and fish.

641-96-012 Yilo Krobo Edward Boudreau 30 09/30/96 13,535 6,551 6,984 Construction blueprints,
Tourism & Exports ,Association materials and supplies.
03/01/97

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group fCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Guinea
675-96-011 Koule Community Rebecca K. 4,528 03/01/96 12,927 3,369 9,558 Materials and supplies.
Koule Capped Krisman
06/30/96
Springs for Potable
Water

675-96-012 District of Melikansa Katrina Y. 250 01/01/96 16,622 8,121 8,501 Construction materials.
Classroom Addition Mathis
03/31/96

675-96-017 District of Jennifer Brunner 573 01/01/96 15,425 6,520 8,905 Construction materials.
School Nyankakhoure
05/01/96
Improvement

675-96-021 GroupernentFentinWn Chavanne Peercy 48 05/01/96 7,432 2,684 4,748 Tools and supplies.
Sanama Poyet 05/31/97
Cooperative
Garden

675-96-020 CRD Torrnelih Karen Floyd 1,297 11/01/96 13,354 3,540 9,814 Construction materials and
Bakindougou supplies.
02/28/97
Health Post

675-96-022 Dalaba College Seth Aubin 950 09/01/96 3,230 1,282 1,948 Laboratory construction
High School materials.
04/30/97
Laboratory

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries \ Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

675-96-023 District of Woliz Nichol 130 09/01/96 2,671 668 2,003 Desks and chairs.
School Furniture DesJardins
10/14/96

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Implementation
ProjectNumber Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title .Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Guinea-Bissau
657-96-100 Farim School Rodney 791 02/01/96 4,356 1,291 3,065. Building materials and
Farim School Community McMilliam supplies.
05/30/96
Latrines

657-96-101 Arnie Community Shareen Fiol 350 03/15/96 7,508 500 7,008 Construction materials and
Nursery School & educational supplies.
12/05/96
Women's Education
Center

657-96-102 Mamacono Villagers Brian King 120- 02/09/96 1,672 683 989 Supplies and materials.
Mamacono Seed 07/31/96
Storage and Seed
Bank

657-96-103 Hamdillai Villagers Shane Cochran 139 05/31/96 209 89 120 Construction materials.
Hamdillai Well 07/31/96
Improvement

657-96-104 Medina Bocll Jennifer Carlino 500 05/31/96 18,239 11,107 7,132 Equipment and construction
Rice Pearling Villagers materials.
09/30/96
Project

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. Implementation
Project Number Commtmity Start Date Total Commtmity SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Kenya
615-96-001 Kyevaluki School Julia J. Smith 150 02/01/96 5,111 1,100 4,011 ConstrUction costs.
Kyevaluki 04/30/96
Secondary School
Water Tank

615-96-002 Lwanda Secondary Chris Galaty 175 03/01/96 7,470 3,603 3,867 Construction costs.
Classroom Project School
07/30/96

615-96-003 Thairiria Ng'ondu Kateryn Casey 130 03/18/96 6,627 2,852 3,775 Construction materials and
Women supplies.
Water Tank OS/22/96
Construction

615-96-004 Kayanda Asili Sylvia Barry 300 02/01/96 2,126 767 1,359 Construction materials and
Women supplies.
Water Project 03/30/96

·615-96-006 Wkwanda Sec. Cynthia Pahlow 100 02/01/96 2,840 799 2,041 Laboratory equipment.
Science Lab School
03/30/96
Improvements

615-96-007 Chome Village Baber Sultah 75 03/01/96 5,718 1,000 4,718 Construction materials.
Mbenge Ya Mrangi 04/30/96
Nursery School

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community, SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

615-95-005 St. Stephen Girls Melissa Naud 350 04/01/96 6,320 2,844 ' 3,476 Construction materials.
Kitchen School
09/30/96
Construction

615-96-008 Allan Mjomba School Larry M. Irvin 250 05/01/96 9,322 5,381 3,941 Construction costs.
Kitchen & 07/31/96
All-Purpose Room

615-96-009 Nambale Boys School Jennifer Brown 185 05/01/96 6,866 2,993 3,873 Worktables and stools.
Nambale Lab 08/01/96
Project

615-96-010 St. Antony Kakoyi Sheila Gomula 200 06/03/96 6,763 2,924 3,839 Construction materials and
Laboratory School supplies.
09/20/96
Construction

615-96-011 Mwiruti Womens Jerome Hohman 200 07/01/96 3,652 1,109 2,543 Construction materials and
Ferrocement Water Self-Help supplies.
07/20/96
Tanks

615-96-012 St. Alfred Alara Kevin A. Urban 300 09/01/96 2,216 515 1,701 Fence materials and
School Fencing School supplies.
12/15/96

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Grrmp PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

615-96-013 Namasoli Secondary Serena Bahr 226 05/01/96 5,220 1,559 3,661 Construc~on materials and
Classroom School supplies.
06/30/96
Construction

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community .SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Lesotho
632-96;-005 Mahobong Primary . Samuel Nelson 900 05/01/96 1,840 622 1,218 Catchment barrels,
Metal Water School. guttering and supplies.
06/17/96
Catchment Tanks

632-96-013 Lebung (Sehong Hong) Karen Larsen 54 OS/27/96 1,276 -431 845 Fence construction.
Lebung's 06/05/96
Community Fence
Project

632-96-001 Women's .Sewing Marlene Brown 18 04/01/96 4,651 1,198 3,453 Materials and supplies.
Ha Le Chabe Re Group
06/30/96
Sebetse

632-96-007 Soai Primary School John Hendee 120 05/01/96 2,870 1,004 1,866 Roofing materials.
School 09/30/96
Improvement

632-96-002 fIa Letete Primary Joel Frushone 75 07/24/96 1,601 222 1,379 Construction materials,
School gardening and fencing
Ha Letete Primary 09/30/96 supplies.
School Garden
. .
632-96-006 Ha Motsoene Village Heather Nelson 54 08/01/96 3,824 550 3,274 Materials and supplies.
School Complex 08/31/97
Construction

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Implementation
Project Nuntper Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

632-96-008 Mokhotlong School Michelle Johnson 114 08/31/96 1,926 710 1,216 Materials for desk
School Desks Group manufacture.
09/30/96

632-96-009 Tseko Primary School Michelle Johnson 80 09/15/96 1,564 540 1,024 Materials for desk
manufacture.
Tseko School Desks 10/31/96

632-96-011 Pela Tsoeu Primary Michele Gross 200 09/12/96 3,068 1,100 1,968 Tanks and gutters.
Roof Catchment School
09/26/96
System

632-96-012 Johnson Baker High Joey A. DeCosta 920 10/01/96 13,841 8,234 5,607 Construction materials and
Poultry Project For School stock.
02/28/97
Food

632-96-016 Botha Bothe Schools Rebecca Bennett 12 09/30/96 343 173 170 Paint and painting
supplies.
Map Project 06/30/97

84
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date , Total Community SPA
and Title Group' PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date . Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Madagascar
684-96-001 Antsohihy Bruce Groenig o 10/01/95 7,074 1,800 . 5,274 Materials and supplies.
Training and 09/30/96
Resource Center

684-96-002 Sambava CLUE Anna Prow o 10/01/95 6,522 2,442 4,080 Language materials and
Center for Learning supplies.
09/30/96
and Understanding

684-96-003 Ambanja Center William Lambert o 10/01/95 8,830 2,400 6,430 Construction and roofing
Centre Culturel de materials.
09/30/96
Sambirano

684-96-004 . Antsirable Council Sharon Duckett o 10/01/95 10,000 3,000 7,000 Construction materials and
Antsirable Resource supplies.
09/30/96
Center

684-96-005 Ambositra Village Natasha o 10/01/95 4,895 2,048 2,847 Construction materials.
Ambositra .DeMarcken
09/30/96
Classroom Addition

684-96-006 Antsiranana Comm. Helen Quesnell o 10/01/95 2,224 755 1,469 Teaching materials,
Formation Lourde - workbooks and supplies.
09/30/96
Pedagogical
Methods

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total CQmmunity SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

684-96-007 Ranomafana Sarah Sheldon o 10/01/95 5,794 2,501 3,293 Materials and supplies.
, Young Naturalists Naturalists
09/30/96

684-96-008 Ranomafana Sarah Sheldon o 10/01/95 2,118 751 1,367 Raw material and supplies.
Eco-Tnmks Naturalists
09/30/96

684-96-009 Faratsiho Coop Kirsten o 10/01/95 1,441 543 898 Processor and press.
Peanut Oil Stoebenau
09/30/96
Production

684-96-010 Morondava CDI & Roland Pritchett o 10/01/95 3,618 2,583 1,035 Shelving, tables and
CEG chairs.
Morondava Center 09/30/96

684-96-011 Antsohihy Village Bruce Groenig o 10/01/95 9,609 2,985 6,624 Construction materials and
supplies.
Sports Facility 09/30/96

684-96-012 Fenerive-Est Indrig Beh~te o 10/01/95 2,673 1,195 1,478 Language materials and
Nunez learning aids.
English Resource 09/30/96
Center

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implementation
Project ~umber Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title . Group PCV Beneficifilries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

684-96-013 Fort-Dauphin Krista Michaelis o 10/01/95 ,5,111 1,793 3,318 Construction materials and
Centre Culturel de Committee supplies.
09/30/96
Fort-Dauphin

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group, PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount. Amount Amount Use of Funds

Malawi
614-96-001 Chitem Women Anthony Swenson 350 11/01/95 13,000 3,000 10,000 Construction materials.
Women in Organization
03/31/96
Development
Resource Center

614-96-002 Ntchisi District Alan de Brauw 150 11/15/95 8,678 7,599 1,079 Building materials and
Ntchisi Community Council supplies.
06/11/95
Center Renovations

614-96-003 Malawi Boy Scouts Garry Garnet 25 11/01/95 5,342 1,070 4,272 Materials and supplies.
Electricity for Area 01/31/96
14 Scout Camp

614-96-005 Parks & WIldlife Debra Novak 2,500 01/01/96 14,896 4,973 9,923 Renovation materials and
Lengwe Youth Ass'n. supplies.
03/01/96
Hostel Extension &
Improvements

614-96-004 Unreported Jennifer Graham 6 03/01/96 945 195 750 Chickens, feed stock and
vaccinations.
Poultry Raising 05/31/96
Project

614-96-007 Mzuzu Environmental Emma Spenner 40 02/05/96 5,501 950 4,551 Construction materials.
Environmental Group
06/01/96
Center Renovations

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Implementation
Project Number Conunuility Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group pev Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

614-96-008 St. Augustine Council Mary Merrifield 747 02/01/96 5,060 , 1,265 3,795 Materials and skilled
Electricity labor.
03/01/96
Installation and
Building
Improvements
614-96-010 Champion Students Eric Shetler 12 05/01/96 12,191 7,669 4,522 Construction materials and
School Resource supplies.
09/11/97
Center

614-96-011 Lilongwe City Shawna Turner 50 02/05/96 1,211 473 738 Writing pads and supplies.
How to Begin Council
04/30/96
Nursery School

614-96-012 Kasungu National Stephanie 2,275 05/01/96 2,183 1,516 667 Audio-visual equipment.
Resources for Park Tilghman
05/01/96
Environmental
Education

614-96-013 Central Zone Sports John Dummer 700 05/15/96 3,488 1,927 1,561 Construction materials.
Mphungu Primary Ass'n
07/15/96
School Basketball
Courts

614-96-015 Phiri Village Eric Shetler 26 05/01/96 559 226 333 Fertilizer and seed stock.
Gardening for Committee
06/01/97
Income

89
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Dab~ Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

614-96-009 KastU1gu Commtmity Robert Moskos 50 10/01/96 13,034 6,502 6,532 Construction materials.
Fund
KastU1gu 10/09/97
Commtmity AIDS
Project

614-96-014 Bwengu Ed. CotU1cil Sandy Cole 500 07/15/96 2,189 566 1,623 Photovoltaic solar panels.
Shelter construction
Solar Water Pump 09/02/96 materials.
Station

90
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group· PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Mali
688-96-001 Group Scolaire, Michella Marie 200 10/15/95 1,210 275 . 935 Materials and supplies.
Environmental Sofara Steen
04/10/95·
Education Park

688-96-002 Diamarola Koranic Andy Stickel 45 10/01/95 2,771 1,110 1,661 Initial stock of sheep and
School seeds.
Agro-Pastoral 06/15/96
Project

688-96-005 Femmes de Lynnea Krienitz 200 01/11/95 12,724 5A37 7,287 Construction costs.
Structure de Sante Komantara
01/06/95
Health Center
Construction

688-96-007 Zemboygou David Boone 11 11/01/95 600 353 247 Construction materials.
Chicken Elevage'in Community
03/31/96
Zemboygpu

688-96-008 Salamale Women's Suzanne 2AOO 12/15/95 2A37 985 1,452 Gardening equipment and
Ass'n. Gaudreault fencing.
Salanale 07/15/95
Community Garden

688-96-003 Bore Women's Group Jolm Poulsen 40 02/01/96 522 206 316 Well construction materials
and supplies.
Bore Water Project 03/0V96 .

91
Implementation
Project Number Community StaJ;i: Date Total Community S~A
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

688-96-004 Farage Bambaro Marie Leone 250 01/07/95 1,670 807 863 Construction materials,
Farage Bambaro Ass'n. Suding tools and supplies.
02/06/96
Water
Improvement
Scheme
688-96-006 Gapity & Ferro Shannon Taylor 460 03/01/96 1,088 424 664 Well construction materials
Ivallo Flood Plam. and supplies.
04/20/96
Well Project

688-96-009 Zignasso Women's Kirsten Coit 370 04/10/96 1,293 741 552 Wellhead construction
Zignasso Women's Group materials.
09/01/96
Garden

92
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Co:mm:unity SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Namibia
697-96-001 Tsandi Parents Nita Nicole 49 09/11/95 6,000 3,000 3,000 Building materials,
Tsandi Community Committee Upadhye children tables, chairs and
01/01/96
Kindergarden toys.
Construction

93
Implementation .
Project Number Community . Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title . GrouP. PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Niger
683-96-001 Serkin Yamma Shannon Mason 26 09/01/95 1,216 806 410 Stationery supplies.
Traditional Birth Sabona
06/30/96
Formation

683-96-002 Les filles de CEG Jacqueline Rose 18 04/10/95 437 110 327 Training materials for
Association des Kornaka cooking, sewing and
04/10/96
FiUes gardening.

683-96-003 Les Femmes de Jacqueline Rose 52 11/01/95 125 15 110 Tools, fencing, watering
Guidan cans, and seeds.
Projet de Jardin 03/31/96

683-96-004 Dan Tchiao, Magaria Rebecca Malouin 11 09/01/95 1,104 442 662 Materials.
Formation des 03/31/96
Matrones

683-96-005 Gabi Mayaki Allison Fenzl 15 12/01/95 1,969 675 1,2~4 Medical kits and supplies.
Training materials.
Matrone Formation 12/31/95

683-96-007 Traditional Carrie Ben 20 10/01/95 3,068 1,114 1,954 First aid kit supplies and
Midwives training materials.
Recydage des 03/31/96
Matrones

. 94
Implementation
Project Number Commqnity Start Date Total . Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Dilte Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

.683-96-008 Primary School Carrie Bell 200 10/01/95 729 276 453 Stationery supplies.
Lahiya-Tayi Kawo Students
08/31/96

683-96-009 . Patrons Dan Mairo Carrie Bell 3,000 11/01/95 2,043 1,149 894 Construction materials.
SickRoom 02/29/96
Construction

683-96-011 Guidan Wari Emlyn S. Jones 4,000 03/01/96 332 158 174 Cement and roofing
Reparation des materials.
05/31/96
Cases des Malades
(Sick Rooms)

683-96-012 Guidan Wari Emlyn S. Jones 40 11/01/95 318 228 90 Watering cans.
Jardin Centre 02/29/96
Saison Avec les
Femmes

683-96-013 Sonlonlon Jeanne Timmons 3,000 10/01/95 1,965 579 . 1,386 Training materials and
Formation des supplies.
03/31/96
Matrones

683-96-014 Sonlonlon Jeanne Timmons 4,999 11/01/95 10,446 lA23 9,023 Well construction and pump
Pump and Well installation.
01/31/96
Installation

95
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

683-96-015 Tsarnavwa Trudy Pantalia 200 10/01/95 639 50 589 Millet grinder.
Millet Grinder 12/31/95
Purchase

683-96-017 Parents Association Jane Higgiris 130 ·11/01/95 4,002 840 3,162 Construction materials.
School Classroom 12/31/95
Construction

683-96-018 Village of Samandi Ellen M. Shaw 350 09/01/95 11,630 1,630 10,000 Supplies and technical
Samandi OFEDES expertise.
06/30/96
Well

683-96-021 Canton de Serkin Shannon Mason 5,000 10/01/95 675 154 521 Foot pump repair kits.
Sha Ruwa Water Yama
12/31/95
Pump Repairs

683-96-022 Serkin Yama Sabowa Shannon Mason 111 11/01/95 466 246 220 Blackboard and building
Reparation de supplies.
01/31/96
l'ecole primaire it
Serkin Yama
Sabowa
683-96-023 Garin Tubkie Tori Paide 1,200 10/01/95 270 92 178 Pump repair kits and
Pump Repairs skilled technical
10/31/95 assistance.

96
Implementation
Project Numb~r Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

683-96-024 Femmes de Falmey Robbin Farrell 50 11/01/95 1,241 200 1,041 Garden tools and materials.
"Albarakanta" des 11/30/95
femmes du Falmey

683-96-010 Guidan Wari Emlyn S. Jones 75 11/01/95 3,082 1,005 2,077 Materials and supplies.
Formation des 02/01/96
Matrones

683-96-016 Hausa Committee Sheila Gleese 300 02/18/96 868 378 490 Construction costs.
Dispensary Latrine 03/25/96
Construction

683-96-019 Kantehe (Matameye) Pamela Sharron 8;000 01/01/96 1,712 439 1,273 Woodless construction
Safe J;3irth Center materials and technical
01/31/96
expertise.

683-96-020 Traditional Birth Kimberly Evered 19 01/15/96 1,610 506 1,104 Health and medical kit
Ass'n. supplies.
Recyclage des 01/22/96
Matrones &
Secouristes

683-96-025 Koteram Village Gina Marshall 7,000 01/01/96 7,500 2,200 5,300 Water pump installation.
Water Pump 02/29/96
System Installation

97
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date . Tolf1l Cotrimunity SPA
and Title . Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

683-96-026 CE.G. Madarounfa Nancy Parachini 750 01/15/96 2,354 614 1,740 Sewing machine repair and
training supplies.
Professional Tailor 11/15/96
, Training Program

683-96-027 Communaute de Brooke Edwards 500 03/01/96 1,287 940 347 Construction materials.
Puits de Bawade & Bawade
04/30/96
Adiga Zanguina

683-96-029 Firo Beri Comite Jason Brenden 500 03/01/96 3,103 1,103 2,000 Well construction materials
and technical assistance.
Projet de Puis a Firo 06/30/96
Bed 1996

683-96-006 Droum School Sheila Gleese 5,000 03/.01/96 1,465 664 801 Well construction
materials.
Well Construction 07/31/96

683-96-030 Rouan Sarki, Dan Rebecca Malouin 700 04/01/96 535 355 180 Foot pump repair kits and
Tchiao parts.
Reparation de OS/25/96
Pompe a Pied

683-96-031 Droumi, Dan Tchiao Rebecca Malouin 2,025 05/01/96 91 25 66 Paint and paint brushes.
Les Carte du Monde 06/01/96

98
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Senegal .
685-96-001 Ndeme Zone Villages Julie Beschta 1,250 11/01/95 5,198 432 4,766 Materials and supplies.
Health Post 01/31/96
Latrine Project

685-96-002 Tailors' Cooperative Katherine Buehl 5 12/01/95 5,745 3,745 2,000 Embroidery machine.
Thhldiaye Tailor 12/31/95
Group

685-96-003 Mbadian Samba Awa Dana Backer o 01/26/96 4,096 2,033 2,063 Training materials and
Embouche Bovine supplies. Initial stock:
01/26/97

685-96-004 Jaraa Village Group Sheila Fabrizio 105 02/01/96 3,168 1,100 2,068 Materials and supplies.
Jaraa Well Project 05/31/96

685-96-005 Ibrahima NIma Catherine' 52 04/01/96 1,444 468 976 Materials and technical
.Corkery assistance.
Garden and Well OS/20/96
Project

685-96-006 Salemata Village Katie Harich 2,000 05/01/96 2,507 538 1,969 Construction materials.
Dispensary for 06/15/96
Salemata

99
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

685-96-007 Temento Samba Co-op Ben Simmons 13 05/01/96 1,288 660 628 Well construction
materials.
Temento ~amba OS/25/96
Banana Project

685-96-008 Guiro Yiro Abdulaye Maceo Thomas 16 05/01/96 1,697 621 1,076 Materials and supplies.
Banana & Market 06/30/96
Garden Well Project

685-96-009 Village of Kuronko Dick Zonneveld 14 04/04/96 691 234 457 Wire fence materials.
Kuronko Garden 07/15/96
Fence Project

685-96-010 Koumpentoum Women Rae Ann Spieles 1,158 05/13/96 865 412 453 Seminar training
Group materials.
Tie-Dye Production 05/17/96
for Rural Women

685-96-011 Student Parents Ass'n. Leita Kaldi 850 05/01/96 3,075 1,036 2,039 Materials.
Diofior Schools 07/31/96
Latrine Project

685-96-012 Medina Couta Women Chuck Riley 56 05/01/96 988 498 490 Construction materials.
Group Vaccines and other
Guinea Fowl 10/31/96
supplies.
Production Project

100
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

685-96-013 Zonal Health Tabi R. Upton 2,500 05/01/96 800 200 600 Materials.
Committee
Preventive Health 07/31/96
Education Center

685-96-015 Merina Sorah School Andrew Colquitt 100 10/01/96 2,022 806 1,216 Fence construction
School Construction Ass'n 12/31/96
materials.
Project - Merina
Sorah

685-96-016 Patar School Andrew Colquitt 150 10/01/96 1,708 702 1,006 Building construction and
School Construction Association fence materials.
12/31/96
Project - Patar

685-96-017 Gapo School Andrew Colquitt 100 10/01/96 1,491 - 778 713 Tools and construction
School Construction Association materials.
12/31/96
Project - Gapo

685-96-014 :Mbok Jubo Group Leita Kaldi 50 10/01/96 1,719 427 1,292 Construction materials and
Poultry Production supplies.
12/31/96

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Swaziland
645-96-001 Ngcina School Deborah 250 11/01/95 9,730 4,847 4,883 .Construction materials.
Completion of Committee Simerlink.
12/13/96
Classroom Block

645-96-002 Kahamdladla School David Bowman o 11/01/95 1,699 432 1,267 Building materials and·
supplies.
Grade 1 Classroom 07/01/96
Improvement

645-96-003 Ensenga High School Jessenia Lopez 0 03/01/96 7,218 575 6,643 ·Building construction and
roofing materials.
Technology, 04/01/96
Environment And
Gardens

645-96-007 Kaphunga Secondary Michael O'Shea 6 01/08/96 1,293 323 970 Tables and chairs.
Kaphunga Staff School
01/10/96
Room Improvement

645-96-004 Young Women's Deborah 42 04/15/96 3,396 1,175 2,221 Production of training
.Conference Simerlink materials, presentation
Young Women's 06/03/96 aids and final report,
Conference

645-96-005 Mpompotha High Justin Youngblood o 05/31/96 10,006 3,091 6,915 Water delivery system
School supplies and hardware.
Mpopotha High 09/05/96
School Water
System

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

645-96-006
-
Edwaleni High Danny Sackmann 23 06/15/96 597 166 431 Training materials and
Edwaleni School supplies.
09/16/96
Technology and
Environment Trip

645-96-008 Motshane Schools Jon Putnam 0 10/01/96 1,930 720 ' 1,210 Trees and planting tools.
Swazi School Tree . 11/01/96
Planting Program

645-96-009 Nzongomane Webb Wilson 20 11/08/96 455 114 341 Training materials and
,Environmental Community supplies.
11/09/96
Education Trip

103
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

The Gambia
635-96-001 Men's Kaafo Deborah West 30 02/20/96 3,192 1,057 2,135 Hive construction
Darsilami materials, protective.
07/20/96
Beekeeping Project clothing and training
supplies.

635-96-003 Kaur Junior School Loretta Walton 430 02/08/96 17,486 15,600 1,886 Renovation materials and
KaurJunior supplies.
05/30/96
Secondary School
Kitchen Project

635-96-004 Wharftown Women's Loretta Walton 60 02/08/96 1,358 210 1,148 Materials for tie dye
Kaur-Wharftown Group project.
02/08/96
Women's Group
Tie-Die Production

635-96-005 Nyofellen Primary Karen Burroughs 270 03/01/96 7,085 1,456 5,629 Construction materials.
Environmental School
07/31/96
Education Resource
Center and Garden

635-96-006 Nema Women's Elizabeth 300 01/31/96 1,013 215 798 Materials and supplies.
NemaRam Kaafo Bradley
05/31/96
Cultivation1996

635-96-002 Chamen Beekeeping Jeremy Gustafson 15 03/01/96 1,857 526 1,331 Hive construction
Group materials, training
Chamen 09/01/96
materials and supplies.
Beekeeping Project

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

635-96-008 ~ardening Society Sherry Leis 12 06/01/96 1,100 366 734 Tie dye supplies. Lockbox
Yorro Berri Kunda and accounting ledgers.
10/15/96
Tie Dye Project

635-96-009 Ker Cherno VDC Sarah Pearmine 650 05/15/96 2,444 507 1,937 Materials and supplies.
Pit Latrine,· 06/15/96
Incinerator and
School Shower
Construction
635-96-010 GAMNCPADD Sarah Collard 34 05/01/96 2,391 1,016 1,375 Building materials.
Janjanbureh Skills Chapter
05/01/97
Training Center

635-96-013 Brikama College Robert M. Britt 100 05/16/96 3,557 1,000 2,557 Math and physics
Textbooks for textbooks.
08/30/96
Gambia College

635-96-016 Kanuma Village Jean Krajewski 800 04/20/96 4,064 3,256 808 Materials and transport.
Kanuma Cashew 08/15/96
Plantation

635-96-011 Kambing Kaafo Robert 22 07/01/96 1,228 752 476 Fence materials. Well
Kambing Kaafo Wonvestraut reinforcement materials.
10/30/96
Garden

105
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

635-96-012 Kuntaur Middle Rebecca Brodsky 650 08/01/96 7,443 4,049 3,394 Construction materials and
Kuntaur Middle School laboratory supplies.
07/15/97
School Laborat?ry

635-96-014 GAMNCPADD Sarah Collard 34 09/18/96 6,933 3,933 3,000 Construction materials.
Chapter Gardening tools and
Janjanbureh 07/11/97
Training Center supplies.

635-96-015 Jokadu and Baddi Deborah West 20 07/30/96 1,064 532 532 Tree guards (1,000).
Cashew Tree Men
07/30/97
Guards

106
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

TOgo
693-96-001 Foyer Nanovino Okeefe Anne 75 09/01/95 380 93 2B7 Materials and supplies.
Cistern Construction 10/01/95

693-96-002 Student / Parents Michael 427 .10/01/95 160 40 120 Bamboo fencing materials.
Community Ass'n. Herrmann
11/30/95
Reforestation

693-%-006 ONG: A.R.S.D.E. and Daniel Presley 650 12/01/95 6,758 3,140 3,618 Construction materials and
Toueg supplies.
Tovegan Cistern 05/30/96

693-96-005 Markvoya Nagbati, Shannon Wilson 675 02/01/96 6,967 3,100 3,867 Materials and supplies.
Centre de Togo
07/30/96
Production de
Plants pour
Reboisement
693-96-007 Oti Prefecture JilJ Barr 500 01/10/95 697 50 647 Materials and supplies for
publication.
Oti Health 04/28/96
Booklets

693-96-009 Kpevego Comite Trotta Cynthia 1,250 03/15/96 466 100 366 Roof materials and
furnishings.
Birthing Room 05/15/96
Renovation

107
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

693-96-014 Tamonga Village Richard Aksesh 76 02/01/96 1,210 392 818 Materials and supplies.
Tamonga Well 06/30/96
Project

693-96-012 Zooti-Kpeleheme Dawn Stoecker 5,600 03/18/96 5,229 1,656 3,573 Construction materials.
v0 District Well Rental of heavy equipment.
06/25/96
Construction

693-96-008 CACN Women's Kellie Porter 100 01/01/96 895 155 740 Tools, supplies and seeds.
CACNGarden Group
03/31/96

693-96-004 Unreported Kellie Porter 50 01/01/96 1,200 200 1,000 Workshop training
Farm Trials materials and root stocks.
04/01/96

693-96-013 Agou-Lankui April Ricotta 300 04/01/96 2,439 330 2,109 Building and roofing
Latrine materials.
06/30/96
Construction

693-96-015 HFRdeCPCdu Kristen Kruf 14 05/16/96 124 33 91 Health Education training


Infant Growth Tsevie materials.
05/17/96
Monitoring Training

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Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

693-96-018 Agbozokpedji & Dawn Stoecker 9,999 04/01/96 1,032 491 541 Training materials,
Klologa medical equipment and
Case de Sante 06/01/96
supplies.
Project

693-96-019 Agent de Sante, Notse Mike Fortner 84 05/04/96 6,484 4,590 1,894 Latrine construction
materials.
Notse Family 07/04/96
Latrines

693-96-020 KCBA Ayilii Garraud Etienne 11 . 06/01/96 5,710 428 5,282 Construction materials,
birds, feed and medication.
Atakpame Poultry 11/01/96
Project

693-96-021 Mamonti Water Jim Cogbill 408 05/01/96 595 317 278 . Building materials.
Mamontiand Committee
08/01/96
MatchePump

693-96-022 Aklakou Groupements ArnyNelson 200 06/01/96 468 75 393 Notebook binders and filID.
Agroforestry Book 09/01/96
Program

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Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount, Use of Funds

Uganda
617-96-002 Rushere Primary Dan Nichols 100 09/30/95 5,688 1,555 4,133 Rainwater tanks, cement
Rushere Rainwater School platforms and roof gutters.
08/24/96
Catchment System

617-96-003 Tente Agroforestry Seth Beres 200 01/22/96 1,995 433 1,562 Building materials, tools,
Group fertilizers and educational
Tente Agroforestry 04/19/96
materials.
Field Station

617-96-001 Amajambere Iwacu Jason Hoke 35 01/26/96 12,282 2,482 9,800 Building materials and
Amajambere Iwacu supplies.
09/01/96
Community
Campground

617-96-004 Budondo School Marni McManus 20 01/03/96 26,183 22,143 4,040 Materials.
Budondo School Committee
02/08/96
Program

617-96-005 Buhunga School PTA Peter 104 01/18/96 7,475 2,175 5,300 Building construction
Giamapaoli materials and skilled
Primary School 09/06/96 technical assistance.
Construction

617-96-006 Kib6ga UWESO Jackie Bye 1,500 06/01/96 4,090 1,550 2,540 Materials and supplies.
Poultry for Protein School
09/01/96
and Profit

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Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount. Amount Use of Funds

Zimbabwe
612-96-001 Maabhanoe Welders Eric Knipel 9 11/01/95 2,071 ·807 1,264 Raw materials and scrap
Scotch Cart iron.
12/31/95
Production

612-96-002 Munjanja School Melinda Cotton 950 10/23/95 3,455 1,302 2,153 Roofing materials.
Classroom Block 01/17/96
Renovation

612-96-004 Suisui Pig Regina Rector 12 11/30/95 3,257 887 2,370 Construction materials,
Pork Production Cooperative initial stock and feed.
.12/31/95

612-96-005 Chibangura Co-op Daryl Scott 17 11/01/95 1,574 689 885 Bee-boxes and paint
Chibangura Bee supplies.
03/15/96
Co-op

612-96-007 Bumbira School Byron Blanquist 400 12/15/95 3,882 1,688 2,194 Construction materials for
Science Lab tables and wall shelving.
02/01/96
Furniture

612-96-008 Makande Community . Brian BolIo 555 07/05/95 2,917 1,659 1,258 Shelving materials, paint,
books and burglar bars.
Makande School 02/29/96
Library

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Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

612-96-016 Bedznhomba Farm Melinda Liham 29 12/01/95 2,529 837 1,692 Materials for garden
Club irrigation.
Garden Project 06/01/96

612-96-023 Rusunguko Conunittee Steve Gesaule 30 12/01/95 2,863 966 1,897 Raw materials, supplies
and other start-up costs.
Muzorori 12/01/95
Woodworking Shop

612-96-003 Mkwidzi School Melissa Hittle 300 11/01/95 1,874 333 1,541 Materials, initial stock and
Mkwidzi Fowl Run feed.
01/20/96

612-96-009 Dendera Sec. School Charles Hudgins 341 01/01/96 2,101 521 1,580 Construction materials and
paint.
School Roof Project 03/01/96

612-96-010 Katsande Sec. School J. Hallquist 410 01/02/96 2,750 782 1,968 Materials for repair of
floor plaster and shelving.
Katsande Library 07/01/96
and Research
Center

612-96-013 Chingore 'Katie Coughlin 41 01/30/96 2,954 1,324 1,630 CC?mpressor, paint sprayer
.Cooperative and wood plane.
Furniture 07/29/96
Cooperative

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Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

612-12-014 Mapombo Sec. School Laura Barbash 120 03/05/96 5,234 3,619 1,615 Materials for shelves,
Mapombo Library tables and windows.
OS/23/96

612-96-011 Manjole Sec. School James Olmsted 350 04/15/96 2,030 409 1,621 Construction and sports
Basketball and equipment.
05/15/96
Sports Courts

612-96-012 Bazcha Sec. School Duane Wacha 500 04/01/96 2,156 544 1,612 Cement, window frames
Bazha School and wire building mesh.
05/10/96
Building
Development

612-96-015 Madeleonyoni School Sharon Moore 400 05/05/96 2,226 537 1,689 Woodworking materials
Science Laboratory and tools.
11/30/96
Project

612-96-017 Malungudzi Blake Reid 189 06/01/96 2,885 830 2,055 Wire mesh fencing, posts.
Fencing Project Community and gates.
10/01/96

612-96-018 Gwangwara Sec. S.Knupp 56 06/17/96 1,104 450 654 Construction and roofing
Washba:sin Project School materials.
10/01/96

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Project Numb~r Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Gnrup PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

612-96-024 Gohole Sec. School Christopher 450 06/15/96 9,290 7,329 1,961 Building materials.
Gohole Library Patton
12/01/96
Construction

612-96-019 Nhedziwa Sec-. Jeffrey Gima 647 09/15/96 1,067 421 646 Sewing machines, supplies
School and materials.
Fabric & Fashion . 11/15/96
Booster Club

612-96-020 Nhedziwa Sec. Jeffrey Gima 100 09/15/96 13,930 11,769 2,161 Classroom and office·
Classroom Block School, tables.
11/15/96
Construction

612-96-021 Makumbura Sec. Joshua Flores 400 08/09/96 3,122 1,907 1,215 Sports equipment.
Basketball & School
11/09/96
Sports Court

612-96-022 Gomoguru Sec. School Jennine Meyer 288 09/15/96 2,926 1,161 1,765 Materials for shelves,
tables, and curtains. Chairs
Gomoguru Library 11/15/96 and books.

Totals For Region 154,870 1,031,716 409,226 622,490

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Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

ECAM

Armenia
305-96-001 NOAH Lori Longley 2,270 07/06/96 8,266 4,850 3,416 Promotional materials.
Understanding for 08/04/96,
Friends

305-96-002 Agro Farmers John Perfitt 15 06/01/96 6,350 1,350 5,000 Tractor and sprayer.
Fanner Association Association Start-up of chemical.
06/01/97
Input Project inventory.

305-96-003 Zovk Citizen's Group Loretta Land 75 OS/25/96 11,000 6,006 5,000 Tractor, attachments, and
Tractor Project related items.
OS/25/97

305~96-004 Women's Committee Arthur Queenan 150 06/01/96 6,515 2,400 4,115 Supplies and materials.
Vanadzor Summer 08/25/96
Camp

305-96-005 Vahan Tekyan Elaine Dickey 416 07/22/96 3,389 920 2,469 Repair of existing school
School Furnishings School desks and chairs.
01/22/97
Construction of 50 new desks
and 50 new chairs.

305-96-006 Lory, Ltd. Bryn Johnson' 43 10/01/96 2,259 700 1,559 Chemicals, fertilizers,
Lory, Ltd. equipmentJ and farming
04/30/97
Toumanian Farmers tools.
Assoc.

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Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Bulgaria
313-96-003 Histro Botev School Kierstin Van 407 10/01/95 13,300 11,700 1,600 Computer equipment and
Language Resource Camp software.
01/31/96
Room

313-96-009 Vidin Community Steve Howell 1,000 08/01/96 7,530 2,530 5,000 Construction materials.
Baba Vida Theatre 06/01/97

313-96-001 Ivan Vazov School Heather Almer 475 01/01/96 12,784 7,829 4,955 Building and construction
materials, equipment, and
Outdoor Nature 12/31/96
Dendrarium landscaping.

313-96-002 Coy "Nikola Anissa Paulsen 800 12/31/95 3,750 1,350 2,400 Computer equipment and
Library Vaptsarov" software.
OS/27/96
Enhancement

313-96-004 Gleko Konstantinov Cynthia Morrison 250 01/01/96 9,514 6,829 2,685 Supplies, resource
School materials, and
Library 06/27/96
audio-visual equipment.
Enhancement

313-96-005 Dobrii Chintolov Sherry Hunter 600 02/15/96 5,480 500 4,980 Computer equipment and
School software.
Information 03/31/96
Laboratory

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Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiari~s Finish Date Amount Amount .Amount Use of Funds

313-96-006 Mental Handicap M. Leigh Blount 60 01/01/96 44,775 40,075 4,700 Furnishings and equipment.
Stara Zagora Day Society
06/30/96
Care Center

313-96-014 Green Umbrella Matthew Fous 9,500 02/15/96 2,631 658 1,973 Garbage receptacles and
Haskovo printing of information
05/15/96
Beautification posters.

313-96-011 Hossto Botev High Edward Monroe 49 06/15/96 1,751 660 1,091 Audio-visual equipment.
Kardjalli Water School
09/15/96
Quality Assessment

313-96-008 Vassil Karagyozoff Rachelle Smith 671 08/01/96 15,000 11,300 3,700 Computer equipment, copy
Technology School machine and typewriters.
06/01/97
Program

313-96-010 Vidin Arts Council Janet Thomas 100 08/01/96 5,611 2,224 3,387 Repair and restoration of
Vidin musical instruments.
06/01/97
Philharmonic

313-96-012 BULG/AM Center Eric Jones 3,700 07/01/96 lO,091 5,091 5,000 Translation and printing of
Ecoglasnost Varna environmental teaching
07/01/97
aids and materials.

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Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

313-96-015 Detelina Orphanage Mona Masri 113 09/30/96 10,780 5,500 5,280 Building supplies and
Orphanage Repairs materials.
03/31/97

313-96-016 Stara Zagora School Sanjay Gaur 9,999 09/01/96 9,460 2,605 6,855 Computer equipment,
furnishings, and resource
Environment 01/31/97
materials.
Resource Ctr

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, Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount· Amount Use of Funds

Czech Republic
443-96-003 Brno Architect Office Julie Tilley 500 01/01/96 537 317 220 Materials development
Public Space supplies.
08/31j96
Improvement -

443-96-016 Chaloupky Annette Carlos 2,925 03/01/96 6;700 2,700 4,000 Building materials and
Children's Zoo and Environment Or production supplies.
10/31/96
Botanical Garden

443-96-019 Stude'nka Town Annette Clothier 740 03/01/96 11,810 8,424 3,386 Materials for information
Nature School and Council boards, directional markers
09/30/96
Educational Trak and bench maintenance.

443-96-002 Liberec Zoo Russell Drysdale 195 05/01/96 4,357 2,999 1,358 Incubator.
Peregrine Falcon 06/01/96
Incubator

443-96-005 Chko Ceske Trevor Smith 12 05/01/96 9,223 6,127 3,096 Presentation equipment and
Environmental Stredohori materials.
09/30/96
Information Center

443-96-006 Students & Faculty Trevor Smith 120 04/01/96 1,629 ·844 785 Promotional materials.
Environment vs. 05/31/96
Economics

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Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

443-96-007 Urad Mesta Havirov Scott Riedman 100 05/01/96 4,880 2,476 2,404 Construction materials for
nature trail.
Upgrade of Nature 09/30/96
Trail in Havirov

443-96-010 Teplice Reba Wise 35 06/01/96 8,280 4,630 3,650 Sewing machine and
materials.
Focus - Integration 05/31/97
for Children

443-96-011 Town of Trebic Stuart W. Bass 75 04/01/96 2,250 1,000 1,250 Park information signs.
Information System 06/30/96
for Lisd Park

443-96-012 Deli Zeme, Transport Bradford 7,500 05/01/96 2,600 1,705 895 Text layout and printing.
Greening of Urban Div. Owensby
05/01/97
Transportation

443-96-014 CHKO Labske Amy Arends 2,700 06/01/96 3,636 2,246 1,390 . Materials and supplies.
Restoration of 12/31/96
Historical
Monuments

443-96-015 Zakladni-skoka Ann Marie 30 05/01/96 4,094 2,344 1,750 Teaching materials and
UNESCO Uhe Schultz software.
Language Resource 06/30/97
Center

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Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

443-96-017 Residents of Michelle Tucker 336 06/01/96 10,742 6,742 4,000 Materials and supplies.
PlaygrOlmd for Koprivnice
06/01/97
Koprivnice City

443-96-018 Brtnice Library Annette Carlos 1,000 05/01/96 2,600 1,700 900 Books and reference texts.
English Resource 12/01/96
Center

443-96-004 Jesenik Gymnasium Brian Dulay 200 08/01/96 2,000 1,100 900 Production materials and
'96-'97 Yearbook printing costs.
06/30/97

433-96-008 Environmental Ed Chris Kane .100 08/01/96 1,675 970 705 Materials and supplies.
Environmental Center
02/28/97
Education Seminar

443-96-009 Environmental Ed Chris Kane 50 07/01/96 1,600 1,075 525 Environmental books and
. Center periodicals.
Advertising 02/28/97
Campaign and
Materials

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Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date AmOwtt Amowtt AmOwtt Use of Fwtds

Estonia
323-96-004 Saue Schools Joseph Lumpkin 800 01/01/96 5;739 3,379 2,360 Health and maintenance
Saue Healthy Life equipment.
12/31/96
Project

323-96-001 Jogeva County Board Jenifer Weinbach 9,000 06/01/96 6,982 2,200 4,782 Construction material and
.signs.
Tourism Signs for 04/08/96
Jogeva County

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Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Hungary
310-96-002 Kiskunsag National Matthew 9,000 ·09/30/96 3,130 868 2,262 Trail marking equipment
. Park Killebrew and supplies. Brochures and
Kiskunsag Nat'l 08/01/96
maps.
Park Nature Trails

310-96-003 Clean Air Action James Rojas 9,000 09/01/95 4,000 1,000 3,000 Publication costs.
Save Our Railways Group 12/31/95.
Leaflet

310-96-004 Z6ld Szivesek Group Lara Allison 2,200 03/04/96 3,857 1,500 2,357 Supplies and materials.
K6virag & Z6ld Walker
06/14/96
Szivesek
Environment
Education Camp
310-96-005 Budapest Social Dave Huddleston 100 01/01/96 131,869 127,340 4,529 Food transport containers.
Second Helping Service
01/31/96

310-96-006 Eatvas Lorand Julie Gray 550 01/01/96 6,234 3,480 2,754 Materials development and
University production.
Write for Hungary 06/15/96
Creative Writing
Project

310-96-007 Korosladany :Kimberly 2,000 02/01/96 6,045 3,000 3,045 Playground equipment and
Community Maybar ancilliaries.
Korosladliny 06/20/96
Playground
Reconstruction

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Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

310-96-009 English Language Ramsey Lofton 125 . 04/24/96 5,128 2,128 3,000 Equipment, supplies and
Language & Program resource materials.
07/15/96
Primary Education
Camp

310-96-011 Bakonyalja Mimi McGrath 20 06/30/96 2,190 910 1,280 Supplies and training
Duna Kornyezetedelm materials.
07/07/96
Environmental
Education Camp

310-96-012 Village of Pitvaros Charles C. 3,500 06/04/96 90,723 88,133 2,590 Athletic equipment.
Village of Pitvaros Horton
01/01/97
Athletic Center

310-96-014 Tisza Klub Simon Knaus 170 05/01/96 6,534 3,134 3,400 Materials and supplies.
Community Action 10/31/96
Planning

310-96-015 Transdanubia Stream Andrew Bramson 150 06/30/96 3,929 1,485 2,444 Chemical and biology
Western Watch studies equipment and
06/15/97
Transdanubia training costs.
Stream Watch

310-96-013 Hunyadi Janos Meredith 20 07/01/96 3,191 2,352 839 Chemical and water
Water Quality Gimnazium Madnick quality test kits.
08/31/96
Testing Summer
Camp

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Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

310-96-016 Horti Altalanus Jennifer File 35 08/01/96 2,831 1,614 1,217 Training materials.
English Iskola
08/07/96
Environmental
Camp
.
310-96-017 Danube Bend Forest Valerie Fraser 80 09/15/96 2,424 617 1,807 Water testing chemicals,
School equipment and resource
Danube Water 07/15/97 materials.
Monitoring Project

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries' Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Kazakstan
306-96-002 Semipalatinsk Marianne Moss 33 09/10/95 550 100 450 Electric typewriter and
Bilingual Study Teachers supplies.
09/10/96
Center

306-96-001 Eco-Inform Library Jennifer Fox 25 02/12/96 950 330 620 Construdion materials.
EcoInform Library Plumbing and lighting
09/30/96 supplies. .
Repairs

306-96-003 Kentau Teachers Emily Dewhirst 25 02/12/96 1,050 250 800 Audio-visual supplies and
KETA Video Ass'n reference materials.
06/09/96
Program
Development

306-96-004 Shuchensk Museum JellFlie Wu 50 02/12/96 2,175 1,950 225 Stationery supplies.
Schuchensk Board
02/11/97
Historical Museum .
Renovations

306-96-005 Lisakovsk Kelly Partin 25 02/12/96 7,683 5,383 2,300 Audio-visual equipment.
Lisakovsk Community
02/11/97
Community English
Resource Center

306-96-006 Zhezkazgan Society Cynthia Ball 50 02/12/96 6,585 3,415 3,170 Supplies and materials.
ZEST (NGO) 02/11/97
Formation Training

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Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date . Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

306-96-008 Rudny Altai Center James Bodekor 7 04/15/96 2,500 700 1,800 Audio-visual equipment
Green Futures - and written texts.
08/13/96
Rudny Altai
Information Center

306-96-009 Unreported John Silver 25 05/03/96 2,300 800 1,500 Construction materials.
Akmola English 02/28/97
Club

306-96-010 Unreported Bryan Garcia 25 05/03/96 315 25 290 Environmental education


International Earth materials.
02/28/97
Day

306-96-011 Unreported Elizabeth 25 05/03/96 2,801 750 2,051 Audio-visual equipment


Center for Health Wymbs and training materials.
07/30/96
& Physical
Education

306-96-012 Semipalatinsk Marianne Moss 50 04/13/96 283 83 200 Audio equipment and
Cassette Teachers supplies.
04/13/97
Duplication for
English Teachers

306-96-014" Kapchagai English David Reed 25 09/13/96 4,175 1,000 3,175 Audio-visual equipment
Kapchagai English Club and training materials.
12/31/96
Club

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Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

306-96-015 Teachers' Association Marianne Moss 10 09/13/96 265 40 225 Newsletter supplies and
materials.
Teachers 12/31/96
Association
Newsletter

306-96-016 Unreported Jeremy Chen 195 09/13/96 4,500 2,500 2,000 Building renovation costs.
Books and training texts.
Business Center 11/30/96
Improvement
Project

306-96-017 Unreported Heather Triplett 25 09/13/96 3,800 1,800 2,000 Sports and recreation
equipment.
Community Youth 12/31/96
Project

306-96-007 Orphanage #13, Joshua Brown 84 09/15/96 13,000 5,000 8,000 Roof repair and construction
Almaty costs.
Orphanage Roof 10/15/96
Repairs

306-96-013 School #26, Bryan Ermatinger . 25 07/01/96 8,589 1,850 6,739 Construction materials.
Lavatory Zhezkazgan
08/30/96
Reconstruction

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Project Number ~ommunity Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Kyrgyzstan
307-96-001 Komynalnix Predprid Tracy Riggan 9,999 08/19/96 1,632 514 1,118 Tools, materials and
Caring for a Clean supplies.
09/30/96
Kyzyl-Kiya

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Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Latvia
324-96-001 Dauga~pils Novada John Matlock 100 10/27/95 527 135 392 Promotional supplies and
Credit Opportunity V.A.C. materials.
10/27/95
Conference

324-96-003 Valmiera Hospital Chris Harig 300 02/15/96 9,340 4,340 5,000 Medical diagnostic
Child equipment.
06/15/96
Gastromtestinal
Diagnostic Health
Center
324-96-:-004 Rigas Amatniecibas Hugh Brown 119 02/01/96 6,525 1,725 4,800 Equipment, materials and
Metal Works Viduss tools.
04/01/96
Renovations

324-96-005 Rezeknes Augstskola Scott Marriott 41 03/01/96 6,872 1,672 5,200 Audio-visual equipment,
Latgale Foreign books and materials.
06/15/96
Language Center

324-96-008 Aluksne Town Council Susannah Conley 3,443 01/05/96 1,874 926 948 Construction materials.
Aluksne Play 01/08/96
Structure Project

324-96-002 Madona Medical Denise Ross 350 07/01/95 12,480 5,280 7,200 Biochemical analyser.
Madona Regional Ass'n.
11/01/95
Medical Laboratory

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Project Number Community. Start Date Total Community . SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

324-96-009 Baltics Coop. for Julie Reimer 40 07/22/96 4,727 1,279 3,448 Supplies· and materials..
Peace
Cooperation for 09/30/96
Peace Center

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Project Number . Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Lithuania
326-96~002 Jurbarkas Cultural James Anderson 50 02/15/96 18,136 9,558 8,578 Library supplies and
Jurbarkas Business Dept. materials.
10/01/96
Education and
Cultural Center

326-96-001 Anyksciai City Michael Fuller 30 06/08/96 5,220 1,044 4,176 Brochure production.
Anyksciai Tourism Government
01/31/97
Project

326-96-004 Alytus Business Melanie. Lavelle 400 06/01/96 10,314 . 5,814 4,500 Equipment and text
Alytus Community College resources.
08/15/96
Language Center

326-96-005 Vkmerge Kathy Luschek 60 06/01/96 8,814 5,114 3,700 Construction and renovation
Hostel for the Handicapped Ass'n materials.
10/01/96
Handicapped and
Rehabilitation
Center
326-96-006 Kammas Ed. Center Del Kreiser 1,388 06/15/96 5,692 1,517 4,175 Audio-visual equipment,
CEC Business & materials and supplies.
09/01/96
Language Library
Annex

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Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Moldova
261-96-002 Village of Susleni Anne Scheuerman 30 07/01/96 1,430 700 •. 730 Equipment and supplies.
Susleni Language 07/26/96
Camp

261-96-003 Community of Jennifer Arndt 1,341 08/12/96 3,246 1,465 1,781 Materials.
Heating System Lapusna
08/30/96
Repairs

261-96-004 Junior Achievement Paul H. Smith 100 08/05/96 5,395 1,016 4,379 Locally printed textbooks
and study guides.
"Applied 11/01/96
Economics" in
Russian

. 261-96-005 Moldova-America Ruth Feldman 700 08/15/96 4,192 1,572 2,620 Production of materials and
Center distribution.
Small Business 02/28/97
Trade Directory

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Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title· Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Morocco
608-96-001 EI Gara Parents.' Assn. Erica Spielman 90 12/01/95 1,188 298 890 Latrine construction.
School Latrines 04/01/96

608-96-002 Sidi Boushab Village Katherine 300 11/01/95 3,301 1,355 1,946 Latrine construction and
School Latrines Benning training materials.
09/01/96

608-96-003 Assoul Health Center Rhonda Bell 6,000 10/01/95 1,495 874 621 First aid kit supplies and
First Aid Training training materials.
04/01/96

608-96-007 Lababsa Village . Joseph Lirette 120 10/31/95 1,130 214 916 Construction materials.
School Latrines 02/28/96

608-96-009 Teachers & Forest Amy Gambrill 1,500 05/01/96 2,497 970 1,527 Primary school ecology
Environmental Ass'n. book.
07/01/96
Education

608-96-010 Circle of Goulmima Cort Hayhurst 67 11/01/95 10,243 2,662 7,581 Construction costs and
training materials.
Beekeeping Project 08/01/96

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group pev Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

608-96-004 Tissi Oussem Wendy Marshall 400 02/01/96 3,447 427 3,020 Pipe, faucets and fittings.
Water System Commune
04/01/96

608-96-005 Douar Agadir Lahna Kim Miller 100 03/01/96 8,604 1,950 6,654 Construction materials.
Washing Area 04/01/96

608-96-006 Sebt Korimat Tom Gorzenski 60 02/25/96 3,527 925 2,602 Well construction.
Apron Construction 04/02/96

608-96-008 High Atlas Nat'l Cynthia 500 03/01/96. 21,969 20,682 1,287 Apple trees.
Park Szymanksi
Community 04/01/96
Re£orestation

608-96-011 Jod Village Women 1. Simon 60 01/01/96 1,164 1,125 39 Training materials.
Wiesberg
Rabbit Production 02/01/96

608-96-012 Sidi Laarousil Brian Kuhn 400 01/01/96 955 183 772 Construction materials.
Water Pipeline Community 12/31/96 .

·135
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

608-96-013 Souk El Kadim Dennis Bui 725 01/01/96 7,187 5,236 1,951 Latrine construction.
School Latrines 03/01/96

608-96-014 Tansikhte School Marc Nicoloff 50005/15/96 3,670 1,010 2,660 Latrine construction.
School Latrines 07/15/96

608-96-015 Agadir Ouzrou Elizabeth Wiest 170 06/01/96 8,622 2,900 5,722 Construction materials and
Dispensary supplies.
08/01/96
Building

608-96-016 Taounza Village Kate Zopf 300 05/30/96 522 9 513 Birth kit materials and
Safe Birth Kit supplies.
07/31/97

608-96-017 Tinzouline School Juliet Sorenson 550 07/01/96 1,090 180 910 Construction materials and
School Latrines supplies.
02/02/97

608-96-018 Aguard Oudad Marisa Larson 20 08/03/96 421 212 209 Building and fencing
Village mate~ials. Chickens, feed
Chicken Raising 10/01/96
and supplies.

136
Implementation
Project Number <;ommunity Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

608-96-019 Ain Hajar Commune Becca Henry 1,424 10/01/96 1,714 595 1,119 Pipe, plumbing fixtures and
. Water Chateau supplies.
01/01/97

608-96-020 Tazarine Health Allyson Moran 500 08/01/96 937 10 927 Safe birth materials and
Safe Birth Kit Center supplies.
07/31/97

608-96-021 Ait Ahmed Nomalie Jaya 500 10/01/96 1,432 380 1,052 Production costs.
Health Message Community
01/31/97
Calendar

137
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Poland
336-96-006 Biatystok City Michael Kent 25 08/01/95 12,984 .7,360 5,624 Workshop and library
Zr6b Center for Foundation equipment and materials.
02/28/96
Citizen Activity

336-96-007 Sanockie Michael F. Price 44 10/01/95 10,446 1,950 8,496 Youth program equipment.
Sanok Youth Towarzystwo
02/29/96
Hockey Program

336-96-008 Polski Klub Robert WIlliam 40 10/03/95 15,047 5,106 9,941 Training materials and
Gilwice Nutrition Ekologicny Marek texts.
03/30/96
Program: "Healthy
Food for Silesia"

336-96-009 Child Abuse William 450 10/01/95 15,048 5,293 9,755 Construction materials and
Emergency Health Federation Harrison furnishings.
02/28/96
Unit Construction

336-96-010 Wigry National Park Peter L. Gess 254 10/09/95 1,632 632 1,000 . Production and printing of
Wigry National park guide.
02/09/96
Park's Primary
School Construction

336-96-011 Kielce University John W. Schneck 350 10/15/95 5,235 3,000 2,235 Materials and supplies.
Education & Center
12/31/95
Training For
Employment
Resource Center

138
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title , Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount UseofFtinds

336-96-012 Sierpl City Paul Howe 55 11/l5/95 17,225 7,439 9,786 Production of promotional
Development of Government brochure.
06/15/96
AgroTourism

336-96-015 Zreszenia Roberto Ramirez 320 12/01/95 2,925 1,445 1,480 ' Production and publication
The ABCs of Prywatnego of materials.
04/30/96
Business Survival:
Basic Business
Seminars
336-96-018 LL.O. im M. Currie Sandra H. Leon 800 12/01/95 6,726 1,675 5,051 Sports and recreational
Community equipment.
06/30/95
Gymnasium &
Sports Center

336-96-020 Teachers & Directors Sylvia Rath 2,000 12/01/95 8,100 2,475 5,625 Library equipment, tables,
Open Library: User chairs and reference texts.
04/01/96
Friendliness

336-96-021 Zarzad Miejski Ligi Mavis Brisse 3,000 12/16/95 1,252 712 540 Audio-visual aids and
Women's Health Kobie training modules.
01/10/96
Awareness Issues
Forum

336-96-013 Fundacja Ekologiczna Lorna S. Kamber 275 01/01/96 11,258 4,043 1,215 Construction materials and
Regional supplies.
01/01/97
Environmental
Education Center

139
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community . SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

336-96~014 I.L.O. im Penelope Kulm ' 990 01/01/96 9,000 2,250 6,750 Materials and supplies.
Community Theater Krasinskiego 04/30/96
Project: Portable .
Sectional Stage

336-96-016 Turele Parents' Ass'n. Daniel E. Hall 1,662 01/20/96 20,238 12,258 7,980 Wood panels, installation
Community and finishing costs.
06/15/96
Physical Education
Center Renovations

336-96-017 Elkie Forum . Charito 173 01/01/96 11,750 3-470 8-280 Equipment and supplies.
Tutoring Progrcun: Wspierania Hammons
12/31/96
Administrative
Skills and SBAC

336-96-019 Zespot Szkot W Tracy Gordon 1,000 03/01/96 18,261 9,440 8,821 Computer, software and
Implementation of Beazowej peripherals.
02/01/97
School Computer
Laboratory

140
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title. Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Romania
403-96-001 Clubul Start . Kandis Scott 45 03/11/96 2,696 2,315 381 Audio equipment and art
Mini-Tini Teen supplies.
06/20/96
Recreation Center
Teen Rec Program

. 403-96-002 Albamont Eco-Zlatna K.G. Moore 100 05/17/96 21,552 12,152 9,400 Plumbing materials and
Child Hygiene fixtures.
11/01/96
Assistance Program

141
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Slovak Republic
444-96-001 Daphne Foundation Kent Jarcik 879 10/01/95 3,138 2,381 757 Sign boards and
Morava River information posterboards.
06/10/96
Pathway
Information Center

444-96-006 Gymnazium Leonarda Denise Wales 745 11/15/95 lOA40 6,224 4,216 Equipment.
Foreign Language Stocke
06/15/97
Teachers' Resource
Center

444-96-003 IPL Union Mark Burnett 300 02/01/96 6,288 1,625 4,663 Materials and supplies.
Greening of Sahy 05/31/96
(Earth Day 96 )

444-96-002 Environmental NGOs Michael Moses 4,500 01/01/96 12,390 7,390 5,000 Recycling receptacles.
A Sustainable 08/15/96
Alternative

444-96-010 Rural Development Eileen Tilly Reed 75 01/01/96 5,619 1,983 3,636 Publication costs of "Guide
Agency for the Private Forester".
Private Forest 01/12/96
Management
Education

444-96-011 Mestska Karen Turo 750 03/01/96 3,373 859 2,514 New books.
Self Help Kaiznica-Priateli
03/31/96
Information
Resources Center

142
Implementation
Project N~ber Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

444-96-005 Tenant Association Alice Giugold 2,300 06/01/96 14,631 7,389 7,242 Playgrouna. equipment.
. Playground & 05/31/97
Recreation Field
Construction .

444-96-007 Zelena Linka (Green Emily Ogrinz 74 09/01/96 3,149 1,102 2,047 Research and mapping
Environmental Line) materials.
06/01/97
Maanagement
Planning Design

444-96-008 Pezniok <::ity Hall C. Wilkinson 200' 09/01/96 7,220 3,730 3,490 Tourism training materials.
Community Tourism Thompson Materials for information
09/01/97
Resource signs, site identification
and notice boards.
Improvements

444-96-009 Muran Plain Travis Rixford 7,000 09/01/96 2,558 1,108 1,450 Construction materials for .
Protectorate information signs, picnic
Mitigating Impact 08/30/97
and campfire areas.
of Wildlands
Recreat~on Study

143
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Tunisia
364-96-080 Bargou, Siliana Karen Waxer 850 11/01/95 32,148 23,347 8,801 Playground equipment.
Playground 03/30/96

364-96-079 Dachra, Kasserine Katherine Owen 30 08/01/95 3,749 1,262 2,487 Playground eqllipment and
Turtle Park art mural supplies.
11/30/95
Playground

364-96-078 Primary School, Greg Mayew 285 09/01/95 13,882 9,863 4,019 Carpentry materials,
Vocational Chraya Ka soldermg supplies and
06/30/96
Training for Rural sewing equipment.
Youth

364-96-077 EI Alia Association Elizabeth Smith 60 09/01/95 54,094 44,325 9,769 Materials and supplies.
EI Alia School for 07/30/96
the Handicapped

364-96-082 Jeradou Chicken Greg Schwartz 15 09/11/95 1,421 334 1,087 Initial brood stock, feed
Co-op and medical supplies.
Jaradou Boys' 05/09/96
Chicken
Co-operative

364-96-083 Village of Chraya Gregory Mayew 300 01/15/96 26,484 22,053 4,431 Building and construction
materials
School Classroom 06/30/96
Construction

144
Implementation '
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group, PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

364-96-084 EIMouroua Noreen BeHling 40 04/23/96 16,349 9,029 7,320 Physical therapy
Physical Association materials and equipment.
06/15/96
Therapy / Activity
Facility

364-9(:i-081 English Club Darlene Tjader 250 04/10/95 11,664 5,221 6,443 Supplies and materials.
English Club 07/20/96
Education Funding

364-96-085 Sbikha Youth House William C. Day 80 03/01/96 4,493 3,730 763 Training materials.
Youth Environment 04/01/96
Conference

145
Implementation
Project Number -
Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date ' Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Ukraine
343-96,,001 Komsomolsk Charles Willis' 27 07/01/96 1,000 o 1,000 Physical therapy
Physical Therapy Community equipment for children
09/30/96
Room with cerebella paralysis.

343-96-002 Komsomolsk Charles Willis 340 07/01/96 1,000 o 1,000 Polyphonic (speech
Community therapy.) equipment..
Speech Therapy 09/30/96

343-96-003 Zaphoprizha City Ted Long 1,500 07101/96 6,250 o 6,250 Tools and workshop
Sunrays for equipmellt for handicapped
09/30/96 center.
Children

343-96-005 .Dnieper River Club Charles Willis 1,000 07/01/96 900 o 900 Sign boards, benches and
River Preservation park equipment.
09/30/96

343-96-006 Kaniv Secondary Sabre Aryres 100 07/01/96 450 o 450 Materials and supplies.
School Library School
09/30/96

146
Implementation
Proj~ct Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title . Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Uzbekistan
316-96-002 Bukhar Culture Meg Pine 3,000 04/01/96 3,165 1,668' 1,497 Furniture, books, office
Bukhara Center supplies and steel security
12/31/96
Information and door.
Culture Center

316-96-001 Unreported Daniel R. 40 03/10/96 2,347 972 1,375 Training materials and
New Venture Dougherty supplies.
OS/20/96
Creation Course

316-96-003 Samarkand Institute Anne Hauk 10 07/15/96 7,129 5,629 1,500 Computer, printer and
Press Club supplies.
09/30/96
Computer

Totals For Region 153,875 1,253,413 761,693 491,720

147
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Anlount Amount Use of Funds

IA

Bolivia
511-96-001 Pizorga Community Nicolas Brown 300 10/01/95 5,121 2,186 2,935 Construction materials.
Marketplace 11/30/95
Improvement

511-96-002' Auiquile Community Jeffrey Galusha 58 01/25/96 5,106 2,726 2,380 Materials for defensive
Soil Conservation barriers.
04/29/96
w / use pf Gabions

511-96-003 Corral Grande Jeff Wigren 155 01/01/96 5,276 2,747 2,529 Construction materials.
Sanitary Latrines 03/31/96

511-96-004 Mothers' Group Kristin Kezar 43 01/29/96 3,817 1,479 2,338 Materials and sewing
Dress Making machines.
04/29/96
Center

511-96-005 Huari Pampa Jennifer Babula 128 02/01/96 5,805 2,005 3,800 Materials for the water
Potable Water system.
07/31/96
System

511-96-006 Viscachani Sue Peters 88 OS/20/96 2,819 620 2,199 Construction materials.
Water Committee Committee
09/30/96
Meeting Hall

148
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

511-96-007 Chaco Pampa Nouansy 149 09/01/96 5,800 2,800 3,000 Fence construction
Committee Khowong materials.
Infrastructure 11/30/96
Improvement

149
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date' Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Costa Rica
515-96-001 . Plaza Azul Women's Nancy Mullihen 5 03/06/96 28,485 23,659 4,826 Roofing materials (tin
Group sheets).
Chicken Coop 07/06/96
Construction

515-96-002 Pro-Rescate Luisa Heymann 19 04/10/96 8,494 4,000 4,494 Kitchen equipment and
Association furniture.
Community "Soda" 04/10/97
Shop

515-96-003. Grupo de Muyeres Laurie Manghelli 122 05/07/96 2,533 1,082 1,451 Construction materials,
broom making equipment
"Millo" Broom 12/07/96
and supplies.
Factory

515-96-004 Grupo de Mujeres Hannah 5 05/10/96 3,902 1,245 2,657 Roofing materials. Bread
Jouens Smitterberg making equipment.
Bread Bakery 12/10/96

515-96-005 Creaciones Esperanza Margarita 2 09/06/96 2,717 1,767 950 Cloth, thread and· other
Ramirez supplies.
Saving Business 09/04/97

150
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use ofFunds

Dominican Republic
517-96-001 Aqueduct Committee Unreported 15 02/01/96 150 50 100 Construction materials and
supplies.
Aqueduct Syste11l 08/31/96
Workshop

517-96-002 Los Agricultures Del Erika Bejinez 65 01/01/96 4,958 2,499 2,459 Materials and supplies.·
Soil Conservation Podr
06/30/96
Demonstration

517-96-004 Comite Pro Agua Alto Ryan Eggers 145 05/01/96 11,462 6,989 4,473 Construction materials.
Rain Water 11/30/96
Collection System

517-96-006 DR Junior Gregory Trainor 73 06/01/96 12,556 10,000 2,556 Computer and software to
Achievement develop educational
Computerizacion de 06/01/96 materials.
J.A. Dominicana

517-96-008 ·La Lometa PTA Thomas Rice 260 06/01/96 3,560 1,404 ·2,156 Construction materials.
School 09/01/96 .
Construction--La
Lometa

517-96-009 San Cristobal Sean Ansett 416 06/01/96 3,541 f,423 2,118 Computer purchase.
Committee
San Cristobal ·09/30/96
Computer Center

151
Implem~ntation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

517-96-007 Comite del Stephanie Gosk 75 06/01/96 1,363 631 732 Latrine construction
Latrine Training. at Desarrollo materials.
01/01/97
EICruz '

517-96-005 Los Jobos Water Alice Chaney 32 08/01/96 6,107 4,084 2,023 Construction materials.
Latrine Committee
11/30/96
Construction

517-96-010 Union de Progreso Kristi Jelinek 60 08/01/96 2,636 2,080 556 Rootstock and other
Demonstration of materials.
06/30/96
Expanded Water
Systems

152
Implementation
Project~UEnber Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount . Use of Funds

EC/Dominica
538-96-011 Adolescent Center Scott McGlashan 20 03/01/96 15,667 11,667 4,000 Tools and equipment.
CALLS Woodshop 02/01/97

538-96-005 Goodwill Primary Jim Kuhn 25 01/15/96 4,931 931 4,000 Sewing machines and
School materials.
Sewing 06/28/96
Cooperative

538-96-009 North End Village Angel Randolph 131 03/01/96 23,588 1~,298 4,290 Construction materials and
Comm. supplies.
. Water Supply 02/01/97
System

,
538-96-010 DuBlanc Village David Alfandre 50 04/01/96 5,665 1,665 4,000 Construction materials.
Pit Latrine Council
06/30/96
Construction

153
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

EC/Grenada
538-96-001 River Sallee Kira Martin 50 02/15/96 4,424 1,924 2,500 Building and roofing
Rivet Sallee School Community materials.
06/24/96
Library

538-96-014 New Life Gregory 240 02/19/96 9,407 4,407 5,000 Construction materials and
Organization Guayante recreational equipment.
Sports Area 03/29/96

538-96-002 Florida Government Heather Hanney 50 03/14/96 14,858 11,665 3,193 Fence materials, hardware
School and posts.
Agricultural Fence 07/12/96
Project

154
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

EC/St. Lucia
538-96-003 FSI Development Maria Jessop 40 02/01/96 6,999 5,749 1,250' Fence construction
Committee materials and supplies.
Day Care Center 06/30/96
Fence

155
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount UseofFurtds

EC/St. Vincent
. 538-96-006 Marriaqua Women's Ronald Bracy 35 02/01/96 1,276 226 1,050 Roof and floor materials.
Coop
Kitchen Repairs 07/31/96

538-96'-007 VINSAVE Chris Glisczinski 100 02/01/96 2,660 250 2,410 Construction materials.
Children's 02/28/97
Playground

538-96-008 Rosehall Working Ronald Bracy 7 05/10/96 40;087 35,087 5,000 Roofing materials, floor
Group tiles and gas tanks.
Bakery Project 07/13/96

156
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group - PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount .Amount Amount Use of Funds

Ecuador
518-96-002 Women of Shuar l)avid'~c~arnee 50 01/01/96 6,908 4,732 2,176 Poultry stock, feed and
. Chicken Project Centers medications.
05/01/96
(Crianza a
Fomento)

518-96-003 "Club Union Juvenil" John Hays 25 04/29/96 3,677 1,417 2,260 Art supplies.
Art Supplies & . 05/02/96
I

Hardvvare Store

518-96-001 Los radres de la Eric ~zenberg 105 03/01/96 2,961 929 2,032 Building materials and
Pig Breeding and Communid supplies.
12/31/96
~arketing

157
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

EI Salvador
571-96-003 Acaceza de RL. Paul Elwell 20 08/01/96 8,707 3,707 5,000 Solar dehydrators and
building costs.
Procosamiento de 11/30/96
Pescado Seco

158
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date
• Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Guatemala
520-96-001 Aldea Chocanuleu William _Malle 11 03/01/96 535 332 203 Training materials and
supplies.
Curso debordar 03/30/96

520-96-003 Paraje Panictacaj Nancy 10 03/01/96 151 32 119 Training materials.


Training for Charbonneau
01/30/97
Wood-Burning
Stove Safety

520-96-002 Teachers & Midwives Patricia Jatte 100 04/10/96 1,466 1,130 336 Materials and supplies.
Women's Health & 04/12/96
Rights Seminar

520-96-005 Altertec Campesi Susan Kaye Lein 320 04/01/96 2,865 1,455 1,410 Materials and supplies.
Permaculture (NGO)
07/30/96
Training Video

520-96-006 Unreported Todd J. Muderlak 15 05/01/96 6,069 5,170 899 Training materials and
supplies.
Bread-Making 07/30/96
Business

520-96-007 Elementary School Patricia Jutte 500 05/06/96 2,684 1,993 691 Materials and supplies.
Health Fair 05/06/96

159
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

520-96-004 Baja Verpaz Center Melissa 15 07/01/96 2,217 1,167 1,050 Materials and supplies.
Appropriate Schumacher
11/30/96
Technology
Capacity Center

520-96-008 Granados, Baja J. Ashton & P. 25 06/01/96 4,060 2,035 2,025 Workshop materials and
Midwivery Course Verapaz Jutte supply kits.
07/15/96

520-96-009 Rural Health Kelly Anne 30 07/25/96 224 69 155 Materials and supplies for
Aprendiendo Promoters Rudnick nutrition training.
07/26/96
Nutricion Training

520-96-010 San Francisco Farmers Janette L Stevens 21 09/11/96 546 309 237 Construction materials.
Grain Silos and 12/06/96
Post-Harvest
Management

520-96-011 Momostenango, Peyam 20 08/01/96 243 76 167 Silo construction materials.


Training in Grain Totonicapan Barghassa
03/01/97
Silo Construction

520-96-012 Comite...UROCs Monica B. Woldt 62 07/01/96 965 270 695 Woodstove construction
Wood Stoves & materials.
11/30/96
Conservation

160
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group pev Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

520-96-013 . EI Durazno, Jutiapa Delbert Reiff 32 11/01/.96 240 138 102 Stove construction
materials and educational
Stoves for Better 06/30/97
materials.
Health

520-96-014 Promotores de Salud 'Tea Hess 47 10/04/96 490 347 143 Training materials.
Chainta Nutrtition 01/01/97
Project

520-96-015 Aqyacatan Village Kathleen Breen 94 10/16/96 4,803 200 4,603 Training materials for
midwivery course.
Midwivery Course 10/18/96

161
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Jamaica
532-96-001 .Mt. Edgecombe Lori Sietsema 500 08/01/96 2,409 836 1,573 Latrine construction
Mount Edgecombe Schools materials.
06/15/97
Sanitation Project

532-96-002 Mekweseh Group Jonathan Gosse 33 07/22/96 7,855 2,446 5,409 Film, graphic design and
Rural Woman of lithographic printing'.
06/28/97
the Year Award
and Calendar

532-96-003 Discovery Bay School Natalie Rarick 425 07/01/96 9,362 1,869 7,493 Construction materials and
Discovery Bay supplies.
08/30/97
Building Project

532-96-004 Child Guidance George Bauer 5,000 08/19/96 7,080 3,139 3,941 Audio-visual equipment
Adolescent Clinic and supplies.
08/19/97
Education Project

532-96-005 Bethbara All-Age Niki Mathias 675 08/19/96 27,876 26,517 1,359 Construction materials and
Bethbara All-Age School supplies.
08/19/97
School Library

532-96-006 St.Ann Environment Michele 20 09/30/96 7,044 4,851 2,193 Audio-visual supplies and
Environmental Ass'n Sirnmoneux duplication costs.
OS/22/97
Awareness and
Education Camp

162
Implementation
Project Number Coininunity Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Nicaragua
524-96-001 Coopemmesji De Meta Scott Hall 79 11/01/95 1,536 I
584 952 Construction materials and
Campana De supplies.
05/01/96
Seguridad Y
Entrenimient

524-96-003 Makalbawas Eric Sherman 7 11/10/95 3,841 1,134 2,707 Equipment and supplies.
I

Horse Caravan 06/30/96

524~96-005 EI Rosario, Carazo Denice Skelly 9 08/01/95 205 112 93 Supplies and materials.
Brigadista Training 08)04/95
Center Brigadista
Training Ctr

. 524-96-008 . Comeder Infantil David Williams 60 01/01/96 5,400 3,464 1,936 Construction costs of infant
Comedor Infantil at feeding center.
03/31/96
Belen and Ochieng

,
524-96-009 Abba Health Jessica Stevens 136 01/14/96 204 71, 133 Tables, chairs, blackboard
Committee and supplies.
Proyectito 07/01/96
"Sientete"

524-96-010 Associacion de Christina Nyhus 5,000 01/01/96 3,371 1,676 1,695 .furniture fabrication
Muyere materials for health
Health Extension 02/28/96
hospice.
Center

163
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

524-96-011 Hospital Rommel Sam Pickeres 31 05/16/96 1,258 645 613 Education and training
Tallen Sobne Temas Cannasgui materials.
05/17/96
De Atencion

164
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Panama
525-96-002 Cabuya Arriba Dawn Gabardi 300 01/01/96 9,400 5,825 3,575 Construction materials.
Aqueduct 02/28/96
Enhancement

525-96-001 School Fathers' Jeffrey Busch 123 01/01/96 1,288 780 508 Lighting fixtures and
·
EIec t flea I W' .
lrmg 0 f Ass'n. supplies.
02/28/96
Rural School

525-96-004 EI Macano Ka thleen 73 04/01/96 6,668 1,435 5,233 Construction materials and
Aqueduct Kutschenreuter paint.
05/30/96
Improvement

525-96-005 Amas de Casa de Los Mark Wilson 40 06/03/96 3,227 281 2,946 Building materials.
Proyecto Avlcola Canto Chickens and feed.
08/30/96

525-96-006 Junta Water Jacquelyn Flynn 150 08/01/96 1,098 458 640 Plumbing materials and
Aquaduct Committee supplies.
09/30/96
Enhancement

165
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Paraguay
526-96-104 Sanitation Peter Jacobsen 470 10/01/95 15,868 13,908 1,960 Pump, transformer and
Commission water tank.
San Rafael Water 02/29/96
Project

526-96-103 Primera Linea Karin Hopkins 700 10/01/95 21,532 11,532 10,000 Pump parts, plumbing, tank
Chachi Comm and transformer.
Running Water 02/28/96
System

526-96-104 San Rafael Peter Jacobsen 470 10/01/95 23,908 13,908 10,000 ,P~mp, tranSformer, tank
Committee and plumbing connections.
Running Water 02/28/96
Project

526-96-108 Corriisi6n de Angela K. Pallo 85 01/01/96 22,860 15,560 7,300 Pump, transformer, control
'Saneamiento panel and tank.
Running Water 04/30/97
System / Santa
Angela

526-96-105 Committee of Gaspar Erich Scott Boyd 13 04/30/96 8,272 2,578 5,694 Construction materials. ,
Almid6n Factory Cue
08/31/96

526-96-107 Limpio Health Shannon McCarty 4,700 10/01/96 27,347 17,232 10,115 Construction materials.
Pre-Health Post Committee
01/31/97

166
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Uruguay
528-96-005 Colonia-Gestido Joan Croft 300 10/01/95 26,300 16,300 10,000 Production equipment.
Women's Income· Mujers
09/30/96
Generation Project

528-96-001 Ecological Society Catherine Ann 46 01/01/96 4,369 3,356 1,013 Field kits for monitoring
Justis' water quality.
Water Quality 04/30/96
Monitoring Project

528-96-003 Secretaria de Medio Stacy Nigro 6 09/01/96 14,080 4,080 10,000 Construction materials.
"La Quebrada de 10/12/96
Cuervos"

528-96-002 Jovenes Egresados George Wesley 5 08/01/96 10,392 9,638 754 Start-up materials and
Pence supplies.
Empresa de Juguetes 10/01/96
Did,kticos

528-96-004 School Support Kristy Mathenia 45 09/01/96 1,348 77 1,271 Chicken wire and cement.
Chicken Coop Committee
02/28/97
Training

Totals For Region 23,966 580,979 358,145 222,834

167
SPA Grant Amount
Project Code Project Title Community Group PCVName In Local Currency
(1 usn = 12 Lps. Approx>

Honduras

522-96-030 Gira Educativa Iguala San Isidro Emmanuel Balbas 755

522-96-031 Formacion Lideres Jovenes Ambientalistas Morazan Amanda Austin 5,442

522-96-032 Colaboracion Lideres Capacitacion Agricola San Isidro Chris O'Neill 705

522-96-033 Operacion Capacitacion San Sebastian Dave Sweringen 4,275

522-96-034 Capacitacion Personal de Salud Yorito Kathleen Gallinger 925

522-96-035 Plagas y Enfermedades de Hottalizas El Porvenir de El Filon Lori Hoepf 4,650

522-96-036 Entrenamiento "DNHD" Sabana de San Pedro Jessica Goldhammer 814

522-96-037 Gira Educativa a Guacamayas La Iguala Robert Ojeda 3,080

522-96-038 Gira a Zamorano Sta. Barbara Lisa Almon 11,650

522-96-039 Capacitacion Guardianes de Salud Villanueva Cortes Kobi Wright 7,450

522-96-040 Capacitacion de Mujeres Santiago de Puringla Rajeev Swami 456

522-96-041 Injertos: Aprender Haciendo Talgua Frank Robinson 2,560

522-96-042 Curso de Liderazgo San Juan de Opoa . Bady Quinn 1,600

522-96-043 Taller de Sida Para Jovenes Lideres San Lucas Julie A. Munoz - 2,352

522-96-044 Training & Evaluation Through Video Unreported Unreported 8,255

168
SPA Grant Amount
Project Code Project Title Community Group PCVName In Local Currency
(1 USD = 12 Lps. Approx)

522-96-045 Construccion de Pilas La Union Matthew Walton 4,192

522-96-046 Champa Agricola de Sta. Barbara Santa Barbara .Margaret Roberts 591

522-96-047 Taller Plantas Medicinales Cabanas & Sta Elena Denise·Kohn 3,660

522-96-048 Lorene Stoves Training San Joaquin Jennifer Tressler 10,795

522-96-049 Champa Agricola San Sebastian Dave Sweringen 1,072

522-96-050 Riesgos Reproductivos La Lima Susan Bacheller 1,764

522-96-051 Champa Agricola Educativa San Nicolas Margaret Roberts 155

522-96-052 Huertos Familiares y Plagicidas Naturales Depto. La Paz Rajeev Swami 633

522-96-053 Introduccion a la Informacion Humana San Marcos de la Sierra Chris O'Neill 1,504

522-96-054 Cocinando con Abonc Verde y Verduras San Isidro Emmanuel Balbas 2,765

522-96-055 Gira Educativa a San Juan, Ocotepeque Santa Teresa Katie Commer 1,804

522-96-056 Aplicacion del Prograrna Liderazgo Santiago de Puringla Rajeev Swami 4,322

522-96-057 Gira Educativa Porvenir Adam Bovone 3,441

522-96-058 Injertando Frutales San Sebastian Dave Sweringen 2,900

522-96-059 Taller Sobre Plantas Medicinales Oropoli Erin Connor 754

522-96-060 Capacitacion "Donde No Hay Doctor" Alubaren Karen Kavanagh 490

169
SPA Grant Amount
Project Code Project Title Community Group PCVName In Local Currency
(1 USD =12 Lps. Approx)

522-96-061 Operacion Capacitacion II San Sebastian Dave Sweringen 442

522-96-062 Congreso Clubes Juveniles Ambien~alistas Catacamas Chris Holcomb 7,350

522-96-063 Capacitacion: Manejo Integrado de Plagas Las Canadas Amy Spinosi 13,874

522-96-065 Liderazgo Para Agricultura Diversificada Belen Lisa Klemenc 3,264

522-96-066 Seminario de Liderazgo San Isidro Emmanuel Balbas 4,991

522-96-067 Introduccion a la Informacion Magdalena Sarah Mrtinez 1,499

522-96-068 Liderazgo: La Fundacion Talgua Frank Robinson 8,000

522-96-069 Gira Educativa Iguala Caiquin Thelonius Trimmel 1,822

522-96-070 Taller Juntas de Agua Guata Wayne Washington 1,490

522-96-071 Injertacion Santiago de Putingla Rajeev Swamli 1,526

522-96-072 Concurso Poesia Ambiental Catacamas Chris Holcomb . 2,000

522-96-073 Mejorando el Medio Ambiente Yocon Wayne Warrington 1,413

522-96-074 Capacitacion Lideres San Jose Pane Kevin O'Connell 7,050

522-96-'075 Proteccion de Cuenca Hidrografica Sangrelaya Iriona Kerry Noonan 19,687

522-96-076 Taller Enfermedades Diarreicas Catacamas Patrice Wallrod 2,806

522-96-077 Taller de Ecoturismo Gracias William Jackson 9,976

170
SPA Grant Amount
Project Code Project Title Community Group PCVName In Local Currency
(1 USD = 12 Lps. Approx)

522-96-078 Taller Plantas Medicinales Jamalteca Sarah Fredette 600

522-96-079 Taller de Liderazgo EI Filon Morazan Lori Hoepf 6,596

522-96-080 Proyecto de Pilas en Pot~:)l1Iaca Santa Cruz· Timothy Schosek 5,928

522-96-081 . Capacitacion Plantas Medicinales La Lima Susan Bacheller 1,581

522-96-082 Champa Agricola Gracias Robert Ojeda 5,164

522-96-083 Gira Educativa La Iguala Elizabeth Callan 1,837

522-96-084 Fontaneria Acueductos Rurales San Lorenzo Anabelle Sibug 1,960

522-96-085 Gira y Capacitacion Santa Teresa Katie Comer 5,251

522-96-086 Curso de Agricultura San Jose de Pane Kevin O'Donnell 16,125

522-96-087 Gira Educativa de Agricultura Dolores Elizabeth Callan 4,069

522-96-088 Champa Educativa Dolores Elizabeth Callan 4,178

522-96-089 Construccion de Escuela Primaria Caiquin Thelonius Trimmel 13,533

522-96-090 MIP Gira Zamorano La Iguala Robert Ojeda 26,276

522-96-091 Analisis Comparativo de Pruppa y Edpa Danli Luis Velez 2,895

522-96-092 Champa Educativa - La Esperanza La Esperanza . Chris O'Neill 4,784

522-96-093 Taller de Plantas Medicinales Subirana Ghotai Ghazialam 1,320

171
SPA Grant Amount
Project Code Project Title Community Group PCVName In Local Currency
(1 usn = 12 Lps. Approx)

522-96-094 Capacitacion "DNHE" San Marcos, de Colon Dennise de la Rosa 2,310

522-96-095 Capacitacion Guardianes de Salud Umeported Colleen McDevitt 4,650

522-96-096 Capacitacion Bombeo Electro Simerjible Pespire Bryan Jones 5,040

522-96-097 Como Planear Mi Vida Guajiquiro Derek Magnuson 502

522-96-098 Taller de Plantas Medicinales Alubaren Karen Kavanagh 560

522-96-099 Taller de Manejo de Microcuencas Cedrito Paul Guggenheim 1,833

522-96-100 Capacitacion Manejo / Almacenarr:tiento San Lorenzo Ruperto Martinez 10,552

522-96-101 Gira de Injertacion Belen Lisa Klemenc 2,140

522-96-102 Reseimbra de Peceras San Isidro Emmanuel Balbas 600

Total Grants, In Lempira: 313,285

172
VOLUME II: ADDENDUM

SMALL PRO:JECT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM


ACTIVITIES REPORT
, ,

SUMMARY OF SPA ACTIVITIES BY COUNTRY


1995

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ADDENDUM
SUMMARY OF SPA GRANT
ACTIVITIES BY COUNT,RY
This addendum includes summary information on grant projects by countryfor FY 1995
Please note that the projects presented in this appendix represent all those for which the
, SPA Coordinator's office received summary report information (IAA abstracts and ACNs).

Please note that the Inter-America Region total does not include SPA grant fund amounts
from Honduras. Project information from Honduras is included as a separate table at the
end of this Appendix.

Summary reports are missing from posts in the following countries: Albania, Cameroon,
Cape Verde, Comoros, Ecuador, and Sao Tome.

We regret that we were unable to include the missing project information in this report, but
we would like to extend our appreciation to those staff members at post who have been
working hard to provide us with missing and/or corrected information. Your cooperation is
assisting us to keep our files and our data base current for future report generation and
program evaluation. Many thanks for all your efforts!

TABLE OF CONTENTS

PEACE CORPS REGION PAGES

Asia/Pacific 175

Africa : : 191

Europe"Central Asia, and the Mediterranean 243

Inter-America '266

Honduras 281

OFFICE OF TRAINING AND PROGRAM SuPPqRT/SMALL PRO:JECT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

1/
- I1'
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date .Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

AlP
Nepal
367-94-013 Shankapur VDC John Bartin 7 11/01/94 348 70 278 Construction costs.
Orange Storage 02/28/95
Facility

367-94-012 Batase Community Bao Thach 10 10/15/94 4,695 1,842 2,853 Building materials.
Water Tanks at VDC
11/15/94
Padhero &
Debhithan
367-94-011 Parents & Teachers Jim Schellenger 825 01/01/95 3,241 811 2,430 Construction materials.
Kalinchowk Group
04/30/95
Charpie
Construction
367-94-008 Seed Growers Jana Jenkins 18 10/01/94 2,254 461 1,793 Building materials.
Potato Seed Storage Association 06/30/95

367-94-019 Shri Bhrikuti School Robert Boughn 660 02/01/95 2,211 ~ 442 1,769 Harvesting equipment and
Carp Culture for supplies.
11/01/95
School Income

367-94-018 Salleri Young Stars- Michael P. Burke 150 01/01/95 7,675 1,766 5,909 Production· materials.
Young Star Club 07/30/95
Dry Foods Business

367-94-017 Mahendrodaya Matthew D. Seng 757 01/01/95 413 168 245 Materials and supplies.
Blackboard Project Committee
06/30/95

175
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

367-94-016 Mudbhara VDC David Boyle 21 01/01/95 .2,615 656 1,959 Building materials.
Mudbhara Charpie 05/30/95
Construction

367-94-01'5 Local High School Thomas 1,200 01/01/95 800 400 400 Furniture and educational
Board Robertson resources.
.Community 04/30/95
Resource Center

367-94-014 Public Welfare Jane A' Mahoney 4,000 10/01/94 3,369 1,241 2,128 Construction costs.
Rakha Sub-Health Society
02/28/95
Post Construction .

Philippines
492-94-015 Beekeepers Elizabeth 15 10/01/94 2,619 539 2,080 Bees and startup materials.
Magdiwang Association Anderson
12/31/94
Beekeeping Project

492-94.,.016 Linapacan Dlae Litney 1,217 10/01/94 3,276 932 2,344 Materials and supplies.
Sanitation Association
12/31/94
Improvement
Project
492-94-018 Egg Producing Marci L. Van 24 02/01/95 6,129 1,129 5,000 Laying hens arid supplies.
Poro Egg Production Association Dyke
05/01/95

Sri Lanka
384-94-006 Niripola Kanthi Maricelle Garcia 6 12/21/94 1,125 ·300 825 Broiler and layer chicks,
Samithiya feed and supplies.
Niripola Chicken 04/01/95
Project

176
Implementation
Project Number CommUnity Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title .Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

384-94-007 Udaperuwa Village Thomas Scott 200 12/12/94 3,133 760 2,373 Construction materials.
Latrine Project Adams
03/20/95

384-94-009 Meegaswewe Village Jennifer Grimm 500 01/01/95 1,660 499 1,161 Construction materials.
Community Hall 03/31/95
Project

Thailand
493-94-010 Ban Sol Primary Alan Takemote 423 10/01/94 790 0 790 School lunchroom
Hygiene & School School materials and supplies.
09/30/95
Lunch Tables

493-94-020 Income Generation Andrea Ellen 500 12/01/94 1,200 720 480 Mushroom spores and black .
Mushroom Culture Group Ahlfors plastic.
05/30/95
Project

493-94-022 Suwannaphum Sec. Paul Wesley 250 01/01/95 1,541 0 1,541 Water system materials.
School Chambers and supplies.
Water Sanitatfon . 03/30/95
& lrrigation

493-94-016 Huny Paw Tai Nathaniel Duff 42 11/30/94 1,679 1,154 525 Supplies.
Sanitation and Village
01/30/94
Health Project

493-94-017 AIDS Committee Laura N. 500 . 10/15/94 1,475 1,075 400 Materials to promote AIDS
(Area 10) Kirscher awareness.
World AIDS Day 12/15/94
Promotion

177
Implem'entation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Coinmunity SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount .Use of Funds

'493-94-018 Cooperative Group Andrew 100 10/01/94 852 334 518 Construction supplies and
School Tree Hanchett training materials.
02/01/95
Nursery

493-94-019 Moo BanDek James Howard 180 11/01/94 1,783 944 839 Construction materials.
Latya Spawning Children McDonald
04/30/95
Station

493-94:'023 Dong Kaan School David 100 11/01/94 1,003 253 750 Dental hygiene equipment
Dental Station Harrington and supplies.
01/30/95
Construction Project

FY-1995 Quarter 1 Totals For Region: 11,705 55,886 16,496 39,390

178
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

AlP
Fiji
411-95-002 Vatukoula School Kenneth Gulick 300 11/01/94 14,350 9,406 4,944 Construction materials.
Vatukoula Convent Comm.
03/31/95
School Lunch Shed

411-95-001 Unreported Nathan Moore 500 02/01/95 3,355 1,216 2,139 Lab equipment to complete
facilities, Le. plumbing and
N adogo Secondary 05/31/95
gas system.
School Science
Laboratory Project
411-95-004 Tailevu Nasautoka Timothy Goode 30 03/01/95 9,613 3,993 5,620 Building and roofing
materials.
Nasautoka Youth 02/29/96
Kindergarten
Project
411-95-008 Tailevu Silana Gwendolyn Ross 140 12/01/94 10,194 5,472 4,722 Building materials.
Silana Community 10/30/95
Resource Center

411-94-010 Waigele, Macuata Megan Lowe 700 03/15/95 1,823 455 1,368 Linoleum, ceiling fans,
paint, tables, chairs and
Waigele Sec. 03/31/95
construction of shelves.
School Library
Reading materials.

411-95-005 Namosi Nakavika Blake Mills 322 04/01/95 950 475 475 Purchase of radio
telephone equipment.
Nakavika Radio 06/30/95
Telephone

179
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date . Amount Amount Amount - Use of Funds

411-95-009 Wailutu, Jarome Hertn.Sen 150 06/01/95 3,140 964 2,176 Construction of three
Wailutu Fish Farm Cakaaudrove additional ponds and
11/30/95
and Hatchery piping system from water
Project source.

411-95-011 Waigele, Macuata Megan Lowe 350 04/01/95 8,205 2,461 5,744 Building materials.
Waigele School 10/31/95
Libt:ary Building

411-95-006 Unreported Reggie Spaulding 200 08/01/95 2,018 482 1,536 Printing of extension
Fish Farm pamphlets and resource
12/31/95
Extension Booklets materials.

411-95-007 Tailevu Natuva Scott Spaulding 300 08/01/95 2,386 822 1,564 Dam construction materials
Natuva Village and water delivery system
10/31/95
Fish Ponds (PVC pipes).

Mongolia
309-95-001 Hentii Aimag Berke Kelly Dionne 100 03/14/95 1,710 958 752 Materials and supplies.
Berke School 06/30/95
Renovation

309-95-002 Och School Allison Christie 160 05/10/95 2,924 740 2,184 Seeds, portable fencing and
Och School Farm cultivation tools and
10/20/95
Project equipment.

309-95-003 Bulgan Tech School Jerel Fraunheim 150 07/07/95 2,669 591 2,078 Building materials,
Classroom shelving and supplies.
09/08/95
Restoration

180
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

309-95-004 Selenge Education Phillip Marzluf 200 09/18/95 4,084 1,222 2,862 Chalk kiln, grinder,
Selenge Chaik Center mixer, molding trays,
03/30/96
Production Facility dryer and adhesive
supplies.

Nepal
367-95-008 Mahendra Ratna, Kate Beal 500 07 /01/~5 2,019 514 1,505 Construction materials.
M.V. Professional fee for
Drinking Water 09/30/95
Project technical expertise.

367-95-006 Shrikot Health Post Leah Moore 15 02/01/95 599 200 399 Complete dental kit.
Dental Tool Kit Box 02/28/96

367-95-002 Health Awareness Michael 2,000 04/01/95 650 200 450 Constr.uction materials.
Health Awareness Group Tajchman
01/31/96
Project

367-95-007 KuhunVDC Kirk O'Connor 350 05/01/95 5,395 3,563 1,832 Furni~re making materials
Hostel Construction and supplies.
08/31/95
and Furniture
Project
367-95-003 Unreported David Lewis 50 06/15/95 232 151 81 Equipment Guicer, noodle
machine and chips maker).
Food Processing 07/15/95
Training

367-95-001 Thini Mustang Darren Heil 600 07/15/95 2,237 577 1,660 Construction materials and
supplies (cement and stone).
Thini Water 11/15/95
Distribution System

181
Imple:mentation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds
:

367-95-004 Unreported John Tourse 15 10/01/95 217 76 141 ,Purchase and transport of
building materials.
Orange Harvest 03/30/96
Cold Storage

367-95-005 VDC Health Gloriana 1,000 07/01/95 3,163 793 2,370 Materials and supplies
Committee Arceneoux (barbed wire, steel bars,
Health Post Fence 01/31/96 steel angles, m~tal gate,
cement, sand, gravel and
slab).

367-95-009 Local Women Rhonda L. 800 11/01/95 5,613 3,237 2,376 Instructional materials and
Promotion of Wilhelm supplies (work books, text
11/30/96 books, black board,
Women's Literacy
attendance registers,
lanterns, matches,
kerosene, pens and pencils).

367-95-010 Pipaltar Village Michael Tompson 200 08/01/95 1,547 884 663 Start-up animal stock.
Goat Farming 11/30/95

367-95-011 Nayar. Namtalas Harriet Van 100 08/14/95 159 40 119 Materials and supplies.
Health Post Book Village Ginkel
03/31/96
Project

367-95-012 Nuwakot Bhairabi Bril Nygard 824 08/01/95 3,412 3,300 112 Materials and supplies
School (cement, cement work,
Bhairabi School 08/31/95 paint, brushes markers).
World and Nepal
Maps

182
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount AmoUnt Amount Use of Funds

367-95-013 Panchanager Pahila Dennis Hamlin 370 08/01/95 3,208 2,573 635 Materials and supplies for
Kalyan pig shelter. Initial stock of
Fish and Pig 09/30/95
animals, feed and medical
Culture Project
supplies.

367-95-014 Shree Mahendra Melissa Marx 180 08/01/95 1,906 286 1,620 Materials and supplies.
School Latrine and Joyti
12/31/95
Water System

367-95-015 Rala Subodhini Scott Hammond 500 10/10/95 524 156 368 Materials and supplies to
Sanskirt improve school's athletic
School Grounds 11/17/95
field and provide
Improvement
additional recreational
Project
capacity.

367-95-016 Kathar Chitwan D.A. Lentz 25 09/16/95 2,331 671 1,660 Building and roofing
materials.
Sri Kathar Toilet 12/16/95
Project

,
367-95-017 Fish Farmers Larry Owens 40 08/01/95' 506 358 148 Building materials, initial
stocking and supplies.
Intensive Fish Farm 09/30/95

367-95-018 Chautara Women's Dao Thach 25 10/09/95 4,042 2,335 1,707 Materials and supplies (15
Group spinning wheels, weaving
Chauters Women's 04/09/95
machines, and 10 kilograms
Cooperative
of Angora wool).

183
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries . Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

367-95-019 Community User Sonja Eaton 385 08/21/95 3,264 1,000 2,264 Building materials and
Archalbot-Kristi Group supplies (cement, pip~,
08/30/96
Water Supply fittings and valves).

Papua New Guinea


471-95-001 Menyamya High Robert & Mary 420 03/01/95 4,637 843 3,794 Computer .equipment and
Computers for School Ann Luce supplies.
12/31/95
Menyamya High
School
471-95-002 Mogol Egari School Christopher 800 09/01/95 2,580 314 2,266 Water storage tank,
Mogol Secondary Davenport plum1;Jing materials and
11/30/95
School Water supplies.
Supply Project
471-95-003 Kikori High School Timothy 275 07/05/95 577 87 . 490 Audio visual equipment.
Kikori Provincial Bonzelet
08/04/95
High School

Philippines
492-95-020 Loon Day Care Vema Johnson 20 03/01/95 3,850 1,850 2,000 Sewing machines.
Tailoring and Workers
03/01/96
Dressmaking Skills
Training Program
492-95-024 S.A.M.B.A.L. Marthe 30 03/13/96 4,535 2,647 1,888 Initial brood stock, feed
Backyard Poultry Rath-Eamilao and medical supplies.
05/17/96
Raising - Broilers

492-95-022 Banton Day Care Ethan Leeman 467 05/01/95 24,563 23,250 1,313 Building renovation
Banton Day Care Workers materials and supplies.
11/30/95
Repair

184
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

492-95-021 Tupsan/Benha-an Hel~n M. 30 06/01/95 3,959 401 3,558 Construction materials.


Magnusen Initial brood stock, feed
Egg Production 08/18/95
and jmmunizations.

Solomon Islands
431-94-001 . Malu'u - Mbokola - Jeff Squier 36 10/01/94 10,323 4,145 6,178 Basic beekeeping
Uona equipment.
Malu'u North 09/30/95
Malaita Honeybee
Production
431-95-001 Malaita Honeybee Jeff Squier 36 10/01/94 10,323 4,145 6,178 Basic beekeeping
Ass'n -equipment and supplies.
Honeybee 09/30/95
Production

Sri Lanka
384-95-001 Anuradh Student Colette Caesar 300 01/01/95 7;433 520 6,913 Audio visual equipment, .
Group printed materials and
Anuradhapura 10/31/95
supplies.
Delic Enhancement
Project
384-95-002 Matara Delic Staff Josh and Naomi 500 12/04/94 771 125 646 Materials and supplies.
Reid
Matara Delic 02/28/95
Resource Materials
Project
384:"95-005 Sudagala Grama Luel Swanson 310 03/01/95 1,498 390 1,108 Materials and supplies.
Sudagala Foot Sanwidana
06/09/95
Bridge Project
.
384-95-007 Dodamgolla Village Sharon Bachman 104 03/01/95 3,787 1,630 2,157 Construction materials.
Dodamgolla 09/27/95
Latrine Project

185
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date .ArrJ.ount Amount Amount Use of Funds

384-95-003 Buttala Community Josh and Naomi 325 04/01/95 1,530 721 809 Audio visual equipment,
Butt-ala Affiliated Reid materials and supplies.
11/05/95
University
Language Lab
384-95-004 Heenarangolla Tammie Harris 500, 06/01/95 6,662 3,367 3,295 Materials and supplies.
Heenarangolla Village
09/30/95
Latrine Project

384-95-006 Giragama Sec. School Garett Mumma 300 11/13/95 6,692 1,790 4,902 Building materials, tables
Giragama School and chairs. Books and
12/13/95
Library and Science microscope supplies.
Lab
Thailand
493-95-001 Village of Ban Wang Jennifer Rotnem 10 01/01/95 1,858 906 952 Cultivation materials and
Integrated Farming Dou supplies.
06/01/95
System in Nangam

493-95-003 Santi Suk Matthew 308 02/01/95 2,713 800 1,913 Construction and roofing
Santi Suk School Baysden materials.
04/30/95
Lunchroom Project

493-95-004 Santi Suk Matthew 308 02/01/95 1,205 400 805 Toilet and Wash Area
Santi Suk School Baysden materials and supplies.
04/30/95

493-95-011 Amphur Primary Barbara 25 02/01/95 3,762 2,118 1,644 Toothpaste and brushes as
Dental Hygiene Schools Greenglass part of in-school program
03/31/96
Education (74 schools and 15,360
students).

186
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

493-95-005 Tambol Sungaipadi Juris Peter 100 03/01/95 1,642 737 905 Mosquito netting materials.
Simanis
Mosquito Net 02/01/96
Project

493-95-002 Women's Group Ethan Rosenthal 17 03/01/95 1,297 566 731 Supplies and materials.
Ban Houey Wong 06/30/95
Bla Natural Dye
Group
493-95-008 Ban Pluong Farmer . Todd Dierker 8 06/01/95 3,254 1,880 1,374 Construction materials
BanPluong Group (cement supports, blocks
08/01/95
Spawning Station and rings, wooden beams,
metal roofing and
submersible pump).

493-95-010 Villagers of Ranong Christine 1,000 06/15/95 3,927 2,007 1,920 Hematrocrit centrifuge.
Patient Education Gephart
06/15/96

493-95-012 Ban Lau AW'School Jacqueline 182 06/30/95 1,835 200 1,635 Equipment and supplies.
Organic Gardening Clifford
03/31/96

493-95-013 Ban Lau Aw School Jacqueline 183 06/30/95 1,980 416 1,564 Equipment and supplies.
Chicken Raising Clifford
03/31/96
Project

493-95-020 Unreported Joseph Solomon 624 06/01/95 902 110 792 Purchase of materials and
Mushrooms: For supplies for mushroom
06/30/96
Sale and For Lunch production.

187
Implementation·
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

493-95-014 Seka Secondary Heidi Taam 1,230 08/01/95 3,183 800 2,383 Incinerator building
School materials and trash
Recycling Program . 10/20/95
of Seka School receptacles.

493-95-015 Nong Hin School Jai Sullivan 168 09/15/95 2,850 750 2,100 ,Building construction
NongHin supplies.
09/01/95
Mushroom Raising
Project
493-95-016 Nanga School PTA Karen Donnelly 160 09/01/95 904 300 604 Materials to build
playground equipment.
Playground at 12/01/95
Nangam School

493-95-017 Huairat Caroline W. 1,328 08/15/95 2,800 400 2,400 Water tank construction
Phittayakhom Schl Morse materials and costs. Piping
Water Storage .11/15/95
Tanks and guttering.

493-95-018 Nikhom Lam Nam Patrick Gan 20 08/20/95 476 116 360 Construction materials and
Oon spawning station supplies.
Spawning Station 11/20/95
Improvement
Project
493-95-019 La Thai Wittaya Laura Endacott 900 07/01/95 1,900 400 1,500 Construction of water
School filtration· and delivery
Sanitary Drinking 03/31/96
system.
Water Facility

493-95-021 Ban NaPru School Barry Flaming 120 09/01/95 1,445 918 527 Construction materials.
Chicken production
Native Chicken 02/28/96
supplies.
Raising at Ban Na
School

188
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV 'Beneficiaries .Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

493-95-022
-
Lamdomyai Lond Sergio 102 258 Fence materials.
30 11/01/95 360
Settlement Piedrahita Fingerlings and feed.
Fingerling Fish 05/30/96
Production

493-95-023 Ban Don Muang Alexandre 284 08/15/95 307 131 176 Repair of tray aerators and
,
Sedimentation Tapwater Remnek replacement of broken
09/25/95
Tank System piping.
Repair
493-95-024 . Sri Rattana Wittaya Natalie 1,595 07/15/95 1,772 172 1,600 Water filtration system.
Water Filtration Schl Rodriguez
10/31/95
System

493-95-007 Ban Dong Chom Pu Heidi· Taam 1,500 10/17/95 2,527 650 1,877 Construction and masonry
Garbage Incinerator materials. r
11/27/95

493-95-009 Wat Kampakut Alexandre 20 09/30/95 3,752 2,350 1,402 AutoClaves for cultivation.
Mushroom Village Remnek Construction materials for
12/30/95
Irrigation housing and watering
system.

493-95-007 Ban Dong Chom Pu Heidi Taam 1,500 10/17/95 2,499. 650 1,849 Construction materials.
Garbage Incinerator 11/27/95
for Ban Dong Chom
Pu
Vanuatu
461-SP-00l Malapoa Secondary Arlayne Clow 35 10/10/94 2,105 590 1,515 Books and educational
Form VII Bursary College materials.
10/10/95
Materials

189
Implementation
Project Number Commllllity Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Grorip PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

461-95-002 Torgil Training Jon Jacobsen 15 11/01/94 2,464 600 1,864 Plumbing and roofing
Torgil Water Centre materials and supplies.
04/01/95
System

W. Samoa
491-95-001 Logoipuloto College John Osmundson 100 09/05/95 24,301 18,286 6,015 Building materials.
Computer Lab 03/01/96

FY-1995 Quarter 2,3 and 4 Totals For Region: 27,894 283,325 134,715 148,610

190
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total . Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Africa
Benin
680-94-035 Save Our High James McShane 1,200 12/01/94 6,574 1,515 5,059 Construction materials.
Wall" & Roof School
03/30/95
Reconstruction

680-94-046 Arbonga Community Nicole Buono 77 10/01/94 3,202 731 2,471 Construction materials.
Primary School 09/30/95
Roof

680-94-047 Dangbo Social Center Marla Mackay 600 10/01/94 2,280 531 1,749 Construction materials.
Social Education 09/30/95
Center & Shelter

680-94-048 Dangbo Sewing Group Marla Mackay 5 10/01/94 854 259 595 Sewing tools and
Sewing Classes accessories.
09/30/95

680-94-049 Porto-Novo Deaf Tina Singleton 25 10/01/94 1,166 388 778 Construction materials.
Deaf School School
09/30/95
Furniture

680-94-050 Eguelou Women's Helen Dietze 11 10/01/94 3,708 988 2,720 Construction materials.
Work & Storage Group
08/01/95
Station

680-94-051 Kodjohoue Women's Elizabeth 20 10/01/94 1,476 401 1,075 Construction materials and .
Cassava Press & Group Crepeau cassava press.
08/01/95
Storeroom

191
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Benefil;iaries Finish Date Amount AmoUnt Amount llse of Funds

680-94-022 Toui Village Seth Fiedler 125 10/01/94 5,467 761 4,706 Construction materials.
Primary School 08/01/95
Classrooms.

680-94-053 Bureau Sons-Prefet Moriarty Lana 6,000 11/01/94 9,573 0 . 9,573 Construction materials.
Sakete Bridge and Sakete
10/31/95
Canal

680-94-052 Bouca Women's Group Michele DuBray 20 11/01/94 610 238 372 Construction materials.
Garden Well 10/31/95

680-94-054 Nikki Men's Chicken Dean Thompson 7 11/01/94 2,316 877 1,439 Tools, medicines and
Poultry Production Group start-up stock.
10/31/95
Project

CAR
676-94-008 CamotGroup Julie Jan 55 10/01/94 162 0 162 IEC training materials.
Carnot AIDS Valkenberg
11/15/94
Committee Training
.
676-94-009 BoucaGroup Jennifer Wright 200 10/01/94 215 0 215 Raw materials.
Bouca Health 01/02/95
Center Benches

. 676-94-011 Ngounapale Kathleen 2,000 12/02/94 6,674 1,660 5,014 Materials and supplies.
Health Center Villagers Stewart
02/08/95
Construction

192
· Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

676-94-010 Barka-Pande Village Mary Caron 450 12/02/94 3,132 897 2,235 Materials and building
Barka-Pande supplies.
02/28/95
School Building

Cameroon
694-94-010 Mulag Community Paul Mickelson 4,500 10/01/94 5,651 2,060 3,591 Com mill and peeler.
Com Mill Group
12/31/94

694-94-012 Akono & Okola M. Wilcox & 56 02/13/95 5,831 2,012 3,819 Materials and supplies.
Farmer Field Day Villages Alyssa Moehle
04/29/95

694-94-014 APE of Pitoa College Maria Concetta 180 02/06/95 494 162 332 Materials and supplies.
School Desk Royston
02/28/95
Funding

Chad
677-94-006 Mekasna Bernard Brandle 84 01/01/95 520 119 401 Tools.
Le Verger D'Espoir 08/30/95

677-94-007 Koumra Association Kristina Curran 100 01/01/95 7,534 4,877 2,657 Materials.
Orchard, Chickens 08/30/95
and Sheep

677-94-008 APE of Donia College Stephanie Bane 523 02/01/95 . 6,417 1,623 4,794 Building materials.
Donia Classrooms 05/30/95

193
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title GIQUp PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

677-94-009 Bebalem Water Bernd Brandle 17 01/01/95 1,777 666 1,111 Training materials in well
La Formation des Committee repair.
08/30/95
Responsables

677-94-010 Local Families William 500 12/01/94 760 70 690 Materials and supplies.
Family Latrine Hayducsko
04/30/95
Construction

677-94-005 Bebalem Junior High Ronald Collins 776 01/01/95 7,716 1,543 6,173 Construction costs and
Administration materials.
05/30/95
Building

677-94-004 ZOULIA Vocational Sar\lh 10 02/01/95 1,264 866 398 Garden tools.
Darda Village Group Wellinghoff
06/30/95
Aviculture Project

677-94-003 Bessada Women's Joyce Lombardi 20 07/01/95 310 104 206 Materials and supplies for
Bessada Orchard Group orchard.
07/30/95
Project

Gabon
678-94-006 Schweitzer Hospital Heidi Reynolds 125 10/01/94 221 84 137 Art supplies.
Boite a Image 12/01/94

Ghana
641-94-009 SOE Keep Fit Club Joe Willsey 800 10/25/94 8,559 5,166 3,393 Cement.
Bogiss Educational 12/15/94
Facility

194
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

641-94-008 Vane Tocon Kim Cohen 2,000 11/01/94 1,257 646 611 Classroom renovation
Committee materials.
Avatime School 12/23/94
Library

641-94-007 Podoe Sanitation Nancy Fisher 900 10/14/94 13,030 4,309 8,721 Building materials and
Board tools.
Podoe-Dorfor 05/30/95
Latrine Project

Guinea
675-94-013 Association des Jeunes Susan Crowe & 100 10/01/94 15,516 6,112 9,404 Materials.
Kate Wilson
Carpentry Training 04/30/95
Center

675-94-024 CRD Max Schroder 100 02/01/95 369 116 253 Materials and supplies.
Seredon Road 03/30/95
Improvement

675-94-022 Koundura Council Brian Esher 9,999 01/01/95 10,207 3,142 7,065 Materials and supplies.
Koundura Abattoir 03/30/95

675-94-021 Mardiana Women's Rebecca H. 40 12/01/94 4,685 1,288 3,397 Materials and supplies.
Group Rhodes
Mardiana 08/30/95
Cooperative
Garden
675-94-020 Association des Christian 60 12/01/94 12,298 3,075 9,223 Materials and supplies.
Parents Kelleher
Kokolou Primary. 03/01/95
School

195
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Commun!ty SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

675-94-019 CRD Seuguetta Elaine McLean 2,201 01/01/95 12,419 3,433 8,986 Materials and specialized
Dispensaire labor.
06/30/95
Khatina

675-94-018 Resortissants de Jennifer Kersten 3,000 01/01/95 12,118 6,125 5,993 Materials.
Mamou Health Kimbely
05/30/95
. Center

675-94-015 Badiare Council Teresa Morgan 4,400 11/01/94 9,011 2,147 6,864 Materials and supplies.
Badiare Market 04/30/95

675-94-014 Sinthian Pathe . Jill Mariani 985 11/01/94 12,273 4,127 8,146 Construction materials and
Health Post District supplies.
01/30/95

Kenya
615-94-011 Gatundu-Ini School Laurie Koteen 900 10/01/94 4,671 950 3,721 Water tank construction
School Water & materials, gutters and
12/31/94
Forestation pipes.

615-94-013 Lukore Secondary Carey Sirianni 110 12/01/94 9,627 2,892 6,735 Construction materials.
Lukore Boy's Dorm Sc: hool
03/30/94
Project

615-94-012 Nakuru Youth Grant Ingram 28 1l/3O/94 2,742 679 2,063 Builqing materials and
Electrical Polytechnic tools:
06/30/95
WorkShOp

196
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Lesotho
632-94-001 Ha Masiu Primary Donald Hanni 380 01/09/94 2,518 355 2,163 Materials and poultry
School supplies.
Poultry Project 11/20/94

Madagascar
677-94-007 English Association Roland B: 11 01/01/95 3,884 1,749 2,135 Materials and texts.
Pritchett
Tsiroanomandidy 10/30/95
Center

684-94-006 Antsirabe English Ally Joye 500 12/01/94 10,845 2,738 8,107 Renovation materials and
supplies. Audio-visual
English Center .
Club
01/30/95
equipment.

684-94-005 Fandriana College Amy Levensky 651 12/01/94 3,765 937 2,828 Materials and supplies:
School Repairs 08/30/94

684-94-004 Association-Sanvegar Kevin Frey 9,999 10/01/94 922 185 737 Construction materials.
Waste Disposal de
12/31/94
Bins in Ambositra

684-94-003 Ambositra English Kevin Frey 300 10/01/94 1,90'2 586 1,316 Furnishings and teaching
Teacher materials.
English Center 06/30/95

Mali

197
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds
-
688-94-018 Centre de Sante Carol Paterson 50' 01/01/95 16,074 7,089 8,985 Construction supplies and
Maternite Project: Zegoua training materials.
06/15/95
Zegoua Cercle

·688-94-019 Tabaco Gardeners Kristin Bowling 30 11/01/94 392 169 223 Nursery and grafting
Reforestation & materials.
09/30/95
Conservation

688-94-020 Village of Fombori Felicity Cross 800 01/01/95 4,454 1,778 2,676 Materials and supplies.
Fombori Museum 04/07/95

688-94-021 Famakan Kanoute Et Daniel E. Frank 30 12/01/94 1,123 425 698 Materials.
Elevage de Poulet Freres
03/06/95

688-94-022 Groupernent Greg Seelhorst 105 11/05/94 1,325 448 877 Materials and supplies.
Sanankoro Women's Economique 02/01/95
Community Garden

688-94-023 Amicale des Jeunes Richard Holt 90 12/01/94 13,204 8,551 4,653 Construction costs.
Karamokola School 05/31/95
Building Project

688-94-024 Konobougou Primary Terry A. Thibault 125 11/05/94 1,465 488 977 Photovoltaic lighting
Classroom Lighting School system.
05/31/95
for Adult Ed.

198
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group P<:V Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

688-94-025 L'Association Ben Ka Rex Varner 15 11/01/94 2,373 934 1,439 Construction costs.
Di
Cereal Bank 06/01/95

199
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

688-94-032 Femmes Faso Jiginna Craig Miller 15 01/01/95 1,081 456 625 Construction materials.
Bidon Verscur 03/15/95

688-94-033 School and Youth Maureen Lovell 100 01/01/95 831 352 479 Materials.
Koyena Chicken Group
12/01/95
Elevage

Mauritania
682-94-011 QuId Aheimed Barry Elkin 80 10/01/94 184 98 86 Barbed wire.
Garden 11/30/94
Improvement

682-94-012 Agharghar .Garden Anne Dilallo 30 10/01/94 955 275 680 Fence construction·
Coop materials.
Sneyba Garden 12/31/94
Project

Namibia
697-94-008 Gobabis Craftsmen Peter Rosenmeier 4 12/01/94 4,492 3,390 1,102 Materials and supplies.
Gobabis Youth 06/30/95
Tailors

Sao Tome
679-94-117 Agro-Pecueria Christa Bradley 500 11/01/94 537 37 500 Materials and supplies.
Dba Budo Water 01/31/95
Filter

200
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Senegal
685-94-017 Diakhanor Women's Leita Kaldi 60 10/01/94 S,635 738 2,897 Construction costs.
Diakhanor Group
12/31/94
Women's
Warehouse
685-94-018 Patar Health Mary McCall 9,271 10/01/94 685 193 492 Photovoltaic system.
Solar Energy Committee
11/30/94

Swaziland
645-94-006 Makhosihi School Christopher 140 10/01/94 8,229 6,945 1,284 Materials and supplies.
Makhosihi Lab Spargur
01/31/95
Building

645-94-008 Nhletjeni Community Robert Blau 75 01/01/95 14,638 8,250 6,388 Materials and supplies.
High School Group
05/31/95
Classrooms

Tanzania
621-94-005 Mtwara Girls S_chool . Kerwin Crayton 300 10/01/94 6,500 1,500 5,000 Hullillg machine and
Foster motor.
Hulling Machine 04/30/95

The Gambia
635-94-021 Gardeners' Wayne Rapp 210 12/01/94 2,146 691 1,455 Building materials.
Diabugu Shallow Association
05/30/95
Garden Wells

201
.Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA.
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount . Amount Use of Funds

635-94-022 Unreported , Carl Williams 30 10/01/94 3,759 125 3,634 Training equipment.
Bwiam Skills 10/30/97
Development
Project
635-94-023 Mansakonko Training Daniel Sammon 28 11/01/94 179 78 101 Materials and supplies.
Agricultural Fence Schl.
01/01/95
Repair

635-94-024 Brikamaba PTA Kirsten 816 10/27/94 2,748 292 2,456 Construction materials and
Brikamaba Library Richardson supplies.
06/10/95

635-94:-025 Bwiam Village Ariene McBride 850 01/01/95 3,112 104 3,008 Materials, furniture and
St. Edwards School library resources.
09/30/95
Library

635-94-026 Bwiam Village Ariene McBride 700 01/01/95 3,762 563 3,199 Renovation costs.
Library and 09/30/95
Resource Center

Togo
693-94-013 Tsevie Community Laurent G. Dolbec 50 10/12/94 2,349 0 2,349 Additional stock, coop
Oremus Chicken expansion and feed
12/18/94
Raising supplies.

693-94-014 Gbatope Community Laurent G. Doubec 50 10/18/94 5,468 0 5,468 Materials and supplies.
Gbatope Chicken 12/18/94
Raising

202
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

693-94-023 Ganob, Mogou, Jill M. Barr 71 12/01/94 1,680 514 1,166 Materials and supplies.
Grando Canton Djebour
12/01/95
Pepinieres

693-93-025 Ougbo Development Claire Rarck 700 11/09/94 4,377 1,853 2,524 Latrine construction
Group materials.
Ougbo Village 09/30/95
Latrines

693~94-027 Kolo, Assoli Karin L. Weimers 12 01/17/95 1,679 602 1,077 Park construction
materials.
Dissolidama 04/01/95
Elevage
)

693-94-022 Groupement Yo Shannon Wilson 13 01/01/95 3,901 1,000 2,901 Materials and supplies.
Animal Traction Djouma
12/31/95

Zimbabwe
612-94-013 Sadza Secondary Rachel Morse 341 11/20/94 8,061 5,936 2,125 School materials and
School supplies.
Science Laboratory 12/07/94
Furniture

612-94-014 Hombwe Secondary Marie G. Erdman 463 11/01/94 3,715 1,999 1,716 School supplies.
School
Classroom Upgrade 11/30/94

612-94-015 Kumboedza Mark Forror 25 11/01/94 933 194 739 Initial stock, special feed
Cattle Holding Pen Community and medical supplies.
01/07/95
Project

203
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

612-94-016 Gomoguru Secondary D. Crose 90 01/01/95 3,974 1,938 2,036 Raw materials for desk and
Classroom School stool fabrication.
06/30/95
Furnishing

612-94-017 Dendera Secondary Geoff Kinsey c 340 11/20/94 3,901 2,838 1,063 English and local language
Dendera Secondary School books:
12/20/94
School Library

612-94-019 Chabikwa Marie Erdman 8 01/01/95 2,174 900 1,274 Chicks and feed.
Fowl Project Cooperative
08/01/95

612-94-020 Hombwe Secondary Marie Erdman 450 01/01/95 1,602 419 1,183 Start-up supplies and
Hombwe Tuck Shop School materials.
06/01/95

612-94-021 Parents Teachers Paul Shriver 417 01/01/95 1,274 225 1,049 Window glass, doors and
Assoc. locks.
Bulu Secondary 03/07/95
School Renovations

612-94-023 Muringazuva Group David Lee 9 01/01/95 735 170 565 Building and fence
construction materials.
Muringazuva 06/01/95
Poultry Project

612-94-024 Mukembwe Group David Lee 10 01/01/95 715 150 565 Construction and fence
materials.
Mukembwe Poultry O6i01/95
Project

204
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

FY-1995 Quarter 1 Totals For Region: 76,112 421,709 152,782 268,927

205
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Africa
Benin.
680-95-007 Tchaourou Village Mary Beth 6,000 10/04/95 681 227 454 Construction and roofing
Tchaourou Latrines Fenner materials.
06/30/96
Construction

680-95-002 Logozohe Health Kristin Cook 400 03/31/95 3,762 908 2,854 Construction materials.
Logozohe Paillote - Center
06/30/95
and Storeroom

680-95-004 Tanguieta Eric Mason 650 03/15/95 465 183 282 Blackboards ahd mounting
Sous-Prefecture hardware.
Tanguieta· 03/21/95
Blackboards

680-95-016 Perere Gorou School Wendy Smith 100 01/05/95 9,526 3,165 6,361 Construction materij~ls and
School Construction technical support.
01/08/95

680-94-055- Soli Primary School Thor Jahansen 321 01/15/95 2,502 944 1,558 Construction and building
Assn materials.
Classroom 08/01/95
Construction
,

680-95-006 Tailor Union of Ze Matt Price 17 03/27/95 2,885 1,236 1,649 Construction materials.
Ze Tailoring Sewing machine.
06/30/95
Workshop

680-95-003 College Marla Mackay 700 04/06/95 1,609 429 1,180 Latrine construction
CEGDangbo d'Enseignement materials.
05/15/95
Latrines
Construction

206
Implementation
Project Number . Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

680-95-008 GF of Pane Wendy Smith 6 04/15/95 722 172 550 Agricultural traction
equipment.
Animauxde 04/30/95
Traction

680~95-01O Zogba School Group Thor Johansen 253 04/03/95 6,170 3,170 3,000 Construction and roofing
materials.
Zogba Primary 06/03/95
School Construction

680-95-011 Parents Association Helen Dietz 120 04/14/95 9,782 2,929 6,853 Construction and roofing
materials.
Classroom School in 05/07/95
Ahoyeye

680-95-012 Benbereke Robin White 415 04/28/95 1,290 255 1,035 Latrine construction and
Association roofing materials.
Group B Primary 06/30/95
School Latrine

680-95-013 Issale' Ibere Council Helen Dietz 2,800 ·04/10/95 5,137 1,217 3,920 Piping and wellhead
Issale' There Wells materials.
06/15/95

680-95-014 Center for Social Reena Arya 100 06/15/95 3,793 ' 1,000 2,793 Building and construction
· L ' Program materials.
Ath Ieme atrmes 10/31/95

680-95-019 Unreported Reena Arya 50 07/31/95 280 160 120 Construction and fencing
materials. .
Pig Elevage 01/31/96

207
Implementation
Project Number Conuilunity Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Botswana
637-95-001 Matsheng Brigade Eben Lewis 106 02/28/95 11,748 4,313 7,435 Purchase of 3 Phase, 10
Matsheng Brigade Trust KVA generator.
03/31/95
Development Trust

637-95-002 Kgolagano Comm. Tracy McGrorty 500 07/10/95 2,002 351 1,651 Building and construction
Kgolagano Poultry School materials, chicks and
09/05/95
House feedstock and other
materials.

CAR
676-95-003 Grimari Group Craig Binzer 500 11/01/94 516 126 390 Construction materials.
Grimari Public 09/30/95
Latrines

676-95-001 Bouar Health Heather 0 03/15/95 678 158 520 Partial printing costs of
Bouar AIDS Committee Whitaker public health booklet.
03/02/96
Booklets

676-95-002 Kaga-Bandoro Youth Alexander Culley 1,200 04/01/95 276 40 236 Construction materials.
Kaga-Bandoro Group
04/30/95
Basketball Court
Improvements
Cameroon
694-95-005 Bagasaree Dana Goodhue 2,000 12/31/94 4,060 1,121 2,939 Construction materials and
One Bucket Well supplies.
06/30/95
System

208
Implementation
Project~tunl1>er Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds
;

694-95-001 Ntong Culture Paul 100 02/01/95 6,727 3,994 2,733 Building materials and
Ntong Community Association Schliekelman· supplies.
07/30/95
Adult Education
Center
694-95-003 Deuxione Groupe Christopher 60 01/01/95 2,367 1,000 1,367 Building materials,
Sanitaire . Daniel specialized labor and
Latrine Project 11/30/95
(Phase III) transport.

694-95-002 Severa Village Katia Lease 30 04/27/95 1,084 536 548 . Materials and supplies.
Village Leadership 04/29/95
Seminar

694-95-004 Women's Leadership Jennifer 20 07/01/95 296 20 276 Seminar materials and
Women's Group Brinkerhoff supplies.
10/31/95
Leadership
Seminar
694-95-006 Nkar Water· Todd Ventura 5,000 09/01/95 8,000 4,926 3,074 Construction materials and
Nkar Spring Water Committee supplies.
07/01/96
Project

Chad
677-95-001 Donakesse Jason Coughlin 40 01/01/95 3,993 1,036 2,957 Construction of a gram mill
Moulin of storage room.
03/31/96
Donakesse

677-95-002 Maro Social Center Alicia Holt 100 04/01/95 89 20 69 Well construction
School Garden materials.
04/30/96
Well

209
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

677-95-003 Kourma Social Center Christina 200 04/01/95 1,185 300 885 Water distribution system
Installation of a Currain materials and supplies.
05/30/95
Water Faucet

677-95-004 Bedaya Health Amanda 50 05/01/95 3,258 569 2,689 Construction materials.
Bedaya Dispensary Committee Baumann
07/30/95
Guesthouse and
Latrine
677-95-005 Dembe Market Robert Bernard 15 04/01/95 3,405 1,008 2,397 Tools and supplies.
Market Garbage Merchants
04/30/95
Clean-up

Congo
661-95-001 Yaya Village Bill Flens 60 08/01/95 9,215 6,215 3,000 Purchase and transport of
Yaya College Committee building and construction
08/30/95
d 'Enseignement materials.
General
Construction
Cote d'Ivoire
681-95-001 Etimbe Schools Maggie O'Grady 358 05/01/95 2,671 695 1,976 Construction and
Etouboue Latrines educational materials.
12/31/95

681-95-002 Nzengouanou Village Anne Voigts 500 07/01/95 3,245 887 2,358 Blockyard materials and
Nzengouanou supplies.
02/28/96
Community Latrine

681-95-003 Sahue Village Anne Voigts 100 01/01/96 5,008 1,600 3,408 Construction materials and
Sahue Latrine Committee hardware.
04/30/96
Project

210
Implem entatio n
Start Date Total Community SPA
Project Number Community Amount Use ofFund s
PCV Benefi ciaries Finish Date Amount Amount
and Title Group

Gabon
16 01/01/9;; 2,401 . 1,049 1,352 Buildi ng materi als and
678-95-001 Groupement Shanno n Englan d
garden ing implem ents.
Avoca tional 08/31/95
Agricu ltural
Coope rative de
Marembo
2,000 02/01/95 13,424 9,157 4,267 Constr uction materia ls.
678-95-003 M'bigo u Village Daniel le Ring
Committee 06/30/95
Community
Cultur al Center

140 03/15/95 2,135 1,143 992 Constr uction materi als and
678-95-004 Mbond ou Village Mike Chapn ick
tools.
Comm. 06/01/95
Village School
Playgr ound

285 02/04/95 102 79 23 Fruit tree seedlin gs.


678-95-006 College d'Angone Robert a Hiss
Trees for Earth Day 04/24/95

100 03/01/95 487 205 282 Garden ing tools.


Mbondou Primary Vane~sa
678-95-007
School Pipenb erg 05/30/95
Mbondou School
Garden

2 03/01/95 127 40 87 Garden tools.


678-95-009 Ebe Messe Garden Drew Baker
Assn. 09/01/95
Wome n's Backya rd
Garden

166 02/15/96 465 239 226 Paintin g supplie s and


678-95-018 Ecole Catholique de Betsy Pinksto n
materi als.
Mana 02/28/ 96
World Map Project

211
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date' Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

678-95-002 M'bigou Secondary David Starnes 100 06/15/95 368 188 180 Materials, brushes and
MbigouMaps School paints.
06/30/95

678-95-010 CES Dibwangui Lynn Mittler 400 06/15/95 885 300 585 Painting supplies and
World Map materials.
08/10/95
Painting

678-95-011 Onkara Committee Nick Gallo 6 06/01/95 220 98 122 Cage materials and
Cage Culture at fingerlings.
10/01/95
Souba

678-95-013 Foyer des Jeunes CeCe Camacho 1,000 08/21/95 5,466 1,720 3,746 Construction materials and
Recreational Sports supplies.
09/30/95
Court

678-95-014 Ngouoni Secondary Lauren Marshall 250 07/15/95 714 335 379 Painting materials and
World Map School supplies.
10/15/95
Painting

678-95-015 Lycee d'Etat de Lisa Brosseau 900 09/25/95 341 120 221 Painting materials and
Makokou
.
Periodic Chart supplies.
11/30/95
Painting

678-95-016 English Club Tonya Buckler 500 10/13/95 2,325 1,670 655 Construction materials.
Fougamou 01/30/96
Basketball Court

212
Implementation
Project~lUnl~er Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

678-95-017 Lycee d'Etat de .Stacey Nichols 50 01/01/96 501 179 322 Materials and supplies.
Makoukou
. World Map 02/28/96
Painting

Ghana.
641-95-012 Ala'am-Mal Kate McKittrick 80 09/01/95 6,032 1,225 4,807 Start up supplies and
Women's Group materials.
Income Initiative 09/30/96

641-95-001 Womani Village Larry Allen 500 02/15/95 6,204 2,867 3,337 Building construction and
~
roofing materials.
Health Clinic 02/15/96

641-95-006 Kpando Health· Stephanie 400 03/01/95 9,103 4,120 4,983 Construction materials and
Household Latrines Comm:ittee Arnold supplies.
08/15/95

641-95-004 Bolga Women's Melanie Kohr 100 03/01/95 4,555 1,100 3,455 Materials and start-up
Committee supplies.
Basket Weave 10/01/95
Coop

641-95-002 Tachimantia Village Lorraine Kitnitz 200 01/05/95 2,939 1,450 1,489 Pump and installation
supplies.
Obi-Dan-Bi Pump 12/22/95 .

641-95-003 Zebilla CCFI Nursery Karen Poff 200 05/01/95 5,327 2,000 3,327 Tree-stock, fencing and
maintenance tools.
CCFI Nursery 01/30/96

213
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

641-95-010 Twifo Praso Village Mike Ebner 300 . OS/29/95 4,898 2,000 2,898 Construction materials and
Latrine Project supplies.
02/01/96

641-95-005 Agogo Council Steve Boyack .250 05/01/95 6,446 2,800 3,646 Latrine construction and
roofing materials.
Sanitation II 10/01/95

641-95-009 Wioso Health Larry Pebinito 500 06/06/95 6,882 2,000 4,882 Materials and supplies for
Committee health center use.
Maternal Care 08/14/96
Center

641-95-008 Sagyimase Unit Cecilie Punzalan 425 07/01/95 5,223 2,356 2,867 Latrine construction (KVIP
Committee type) materials.
Latrine Project 01/31/96

641-95-011 Medoma Village Lisa Godwin 750 09/30/95 2,147 1,038 1,109 Construction materials and
Latrine (K-VIP Committee supplies.
03/01/96
Type)

641-95-007 Leklebi Secondary Tristan Utschig 1,000 09/15/95 12,326 7,549 4,777 Building construction and
School roofing materials.
Leklebi Library 06/21/96
Center

641-95-013 Manso Health Thomas Hughes 120 08/30/95 1,935 1,200 735 Building construction and
Committee roofing materials.
Village Latrines 07/31/96

214
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Guinea
675-95-004 Council of Sanacia Margaret 180 03/06/95 9,964 2,434 7,530 Building materials and
Clawson technical expertise.
Sanacia School 05/15/95

675-95-001 Seredou College Jennifer Blum 248 04/01/95 10,876 3,531 7,345 Construction materials and
technical assistance.
Seredou College 06/30/95
Lycee Project

675-95-002 Damaro College Monica Jacobs 1,400 06/01/95 12,570 4,837 7,733 Building materials and
Damaro College supplies.
11/30/95
Administrative
Block
675-95-003 Garki Primary School Jennifer 300 04/15/95 1,507 591 916 Materials and supplies.
Latrine Guggenheim
05/07/95
Construction

675-95-006 District of Dalarriban Carrie Regan 3,200 04/01/95 12,598 3,973 8,625 Construction materials and
Dalamban supplies.
07/30/95
Dispensaire

675-95-007 Tiangel Bori CRD Beth Yount 5,439 04/01/95 11,679 3,636 8,043 Purchase and transport of
Poste Medicale de materials and skilled
08/01/95
labor.
Ley - ~agui

675-95-009 Hamdallaye Catherine Grillo 440 06/01/95 1,240 319 921 Construction and building
Association materials.
Chicken House 07/31/95
Construction

215
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date . Amount Amount Amount Use ofFunds

675-95-005 Gbakore Village Julia Zajkowski 1,680 07/01/95 11,874 3,166 8,708 Materials, labor, and
transportation.
Dispensaire a 12/30/95
Gbakore

675-95-008 Lycee Soundiata Jennifer 567 07/02/95 3,680 960 2,720 Materials and supplies.
School Board Williams
09/25/95
Administration
Offices
Guinea-Bissau
657-95-001 Farim Fishers Rodney 640 07/07/95 1,862 1,623 239 Small fishing nets.
Farim Canoe Community McMillian
07/07/96
Cooperative

657~95-002 Medina Fruit Tree A. Besmer ' 820 08/01/95 2,251 754 1,497 Fruit tree seedlings.
FrUlt
. Tree See dl'mgs Growers 09/30/95
Project

Kenya
615-95-004 Nagum Women's Melissa Bell 192 12/01/94 1,121 281 840 lnnoculations.
Goat Milk Group
02/28/95
Marketing

615-95-003 Dalmas Moka School Daniel Lapoint 200 01/01/95. 15,237 6,598 8,639 Construction materials.
Dining Hall Project 06/30/95

615-95-001 Ngeria Secondary Susan Gibson 180 02/01/95 3,627 1,016 2,611 Materials and supplies for
School water tank.
School Water 03/02/95
Project

216
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use'of Funds

615-95-002 Osimbo School Board Jenieve Duffy 100 04/01/95 9,051 1,981 7,070 Construction materials.
Osimbo Secondary 07/31/95
School Classroom

615-95-005 Giathinwa Women's Laurie Koteen 10 ,04/01/95 9,095 ' 2,371 6,724 Cons~ction and buildmg
Group materials.
Giathinwa Water 06/30/95
, Development
Project
615-95-006 Heshima Women's Chris Doyle 576 04/04/95 10,884 2,492 8,392 Materials and supplies.
.Ferrocement Water Group
05/30/95
Tanks

615-95-007 Msambwemi Sec. Ellen Florian 360 05/08/95 5,289 1,230 4,059 Construction and roofing
School materials.
Construction School 07/08/95
Library

615-95-008 Agape Children's Marci Fradkin 40 08/01/95 1,133 286 847 Construction and roof cover
Ministry materials.
Water Tank 09/30/95

615-95-009 Lesery Secondary Jay Glick 150 09/01/95 8,063 3,356 4,707 Construction materials and
School supplies.
Library 11/30/95
Construction

615-95-010 Majaomi Secondary Robert Lang 100 07/01/95 4,264 1,117 3,147 ConstruCtion materials and
School transportation costs.
Completion of 10/31/95
School Library

217
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

615-95-011 Mwanyambo Sec. p,eter Vlahovic 100 07/27/95 7,639 2,682 4,957 Construction materials and
School transportation.
Mwanyambo 11/28/95
Dormitories

615-95-012 Njorua Mun~a:ka Michael Kelly 156 10/01/95 10,846 9,646 1,200 Construction materials.
Skilied labor.
Njorua Munyaka 02/28/95
Water Tanks

615-95-013 Cumi Water Todd R. Harris 240 10/01/95 9,427 2,586 6,841 Building m.aterials.
Cumi Water Project Self-Help
12/31/95

Lesotho
632-95-002 Ha Mohotane David Heavin 50 12/09/94 6,357 3,104 3,253 Chickens, feed and
Villagers construction materials.
Ha Mohatane 05/06/96
Poultry Project

Madagascar
684-95-006 Committee of CCF Krista Michaelis 200 04/01/95 5,110 1,792 3,318 Construction materials and
supplies.
Centre Culturel de 10/01/95
Fort-Dauphin

684-95-007 East Coast Ingrid Nunez 500 .04/01/95 2,673 1,195 1,478 Construction materials and
Association resource supplies.
English Resource 07/31/95
Center at
Fenerive-Est
684-95-008 Antsiranana Teachers Helen M. 30 08/01/95 2,847 585 2,262 Resource books and
Queshell materials.
Teaching Methods, 08/31/96
Techniques and
Lesson Planning

218
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Malawi
614-95-001 ' Bolero Community Lise Andersen 100 01/23/95 9,764 2,441 7,323 Construction materials and
supplies.
Bolero MCDE 06/15/95
School Project

614-95-005 Institq.te of Education Carol Alme Jones 60 04/01/95 7,240 1,470 5,770 Construction costs.
Pre-School at 04/01/96
Malawi Institute
Building
614-96-006 Bvumbwe Village Thomas O'Brien 500 06/15/95 5,643 1,767 3,876 Building and roofing
materials.
Bvumbwe MCDE 09/15/95
School Block

614-95-007 Mzuzu Village Jane Gruler-Johns 6 0~/15/95 2,262 646 1,616 Construction and roofing
materials.
Environmental 09/30/95
Education Center

614-95-008 Kasambwe Village Sharon Lee 700 09/18/95 2,885 516 2,369 Construction materials and
Bergree supplies.
Kasambwe Village 10/08/95
-Shallow Wells

614-95-009 Luchenza Village Thomas O'Brien 600 09/30/95 4,950 1,283 3,667 Construction costs.
Luchenza MCDE 12/15/95
School Project

Mali
688-95-007 Villagers of Dyou Unreported 44 10/14/95 10,708 2,238 8,470 Fence materials and
supplies.
Alley Crop Fencing _ 12/15/95

219
Implementation
Project Number , Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

688-95-001 Women's Association Elizabeth Anne 63 03/30/95 13,031 5,814 7,217 Fencing materials and. post~
Community Kleiner to protect gardens and tree
00/30/95
Women's Garden saplings.

688-95-002 Association Craig Bowman 583 01/01/95 17,350 11,814 5,536 Fencing materials and
Soil Amelioration Kolodougou· supplies.
12/31/95
and Irrigation
Project
688-95-004 Caramogo Mariko Alison Donovan 100 01/01/95 4,512 1,826 2,686 Construction materials,
Mamissa Chicken start-up stock of feed and
12/31/95
Elevage medicines for poultry
operation.

688-95-006 Tiene Chicken Ass'n. Omar Beer 20 03/01/95 2,387 801 1,586 Medical and nutrition
Tiene Sheton supplies.
03/26/96
Chicken Production

688-95-003 Intervillage Council Peter N. 1,000 06/06/95 16,659 10,306 6,353 Materials and supplies
Kenyague Center Marchese (cement, reinforcement bar,
06/06/96
for Health wood planks, metal garage
Communication doors and paint).

688-95-005 Diam Weli Seth Wiznitzer 20 OS/29/95 6,832 3,828 3,004 Plows, harnesses and draft
Big Baba Project at animals.
OS/29/96
Diam Weli

688-95-008 Ladji-Were Village Bush Helzberg 407 07/01/95 1,094 225 869 Building materials and
Ladji-Were Study supplies.
03/29/96
House

220
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Mauritania
,
682-95-001 Village of Claybiya Fred A. Jarman 150 12/14/94 521 190 331 Well head materials,
Adapted Seque piping and plumbing
02/28/95
Pump supplies.

682-95-008 M'Behexere Groume Mike Oliva 75 10/01/94 7,278 3,672 3,606 Hydrological study,
M'Behexere Groume excavation and wellli,ning
03/30/96
Well Project materials.

682-95-003 Ayharghar Barry Elkin 30 02/01/95 1,179 247 932 Fencing. materials and
Sneyba Community Cooperative supplies.
04/30/95
Fencing

682-95-004 Zreigatt Well Scott Hickman 250 03/12/95 1,502 648 854 Materials and supplies.
Zreigatt Well Committee
09/27/95
Project

682-95-007 Kankosa Otilia St. 80 01/07/95 698 178 520 Construction materials and
Chicken Coop Functionnaires Charles supplies.
07/07/95
Project

682:-95-005 Village of Jam Jam Jason Fink 200 05/15/95 493 280 213 Pump repair tools,
Pump Repair materials and supplies.
OS/25/95
Education

682-95-009 Village of Moulgah Barry Elkin 150 08/19/95 309 162 147 Tree stock, fencing
Natural materials and supplies.
09/29/95
Regeneration and
Windbreak Project

221
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount· Amount Use of Funds

-682-95-011 Chom Metalwork Randall Leurquin 2 07/01/95 270 69 201 Pumps, plumbing fixtures
Appropriate Group and related supplies.
11/30/95
Technology and
Water Pumps
Namibia
697-95-001 Kunene South Sean O'Neill 400 02/01/95 12,623 9,623 3,000 Latrine construction
. Kunene South Pit Communities materials, tools and
01/30/96
Latrine Project supplies.

697-95-002 School Planning Peter C. 8 06/01/95 4,445 1,6~7 2,808 Construction materials
Simataa Secondary . Committee Glashagel (doors, windows, and other
12/31/95
School hardware).
Rehabilitation
Niger
683-95-095 Yeni Primary School Leah LaCivita 2,500 10/01/94 1,521 361 1,160 Latrine construction
Projet des Latrines a materials.
02/01/95
Yeni

683-95-097 Sarkin Hatsi Susan Berry 4 10/01/94 728 143 585 Millet grinder.
Millet Grinder 11/01/94

683-95-098 Population of Susan Berry _ 600 11/01/94 10,952 2,836 8,116 Well construction materials
Primary School Chadakori and supplies.
07/15/95
Well

683-95-099 Villa~e of Yekoua Unreported 9 09/01/94 615 156 459 Medical kits.
Recyclage de 05/31/95
Matrones

222
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

683-95-100 Yekoua Village Unreported 500 12/01/94 639 324 315 Latrine construction
materials and skilled
School Latrines 0~/31/95
technical labor.
(VIP Type)

.683-95-102 Doumajada & John J. Patrone 1,000 10/01/94 5,438 913 4,525 Construction materials and
Tchidafawa supplies.
Reparation de Puits 11/30/94
de Doumajada et
Tchidafawa
683-95-103 Kantam.awa Todd Mercord 1,500 10/01/94 6,688 2,284 4,404 Well construction materials
and rental of excavation
Puits II (Potable 01/01/95
equipment.
Water)

683-95-104 Kawa N'Debe Sarah L. Naasko 34 10/01/94 1,662 386 1,276 Start-up materials for
midwife supply kits.
Formation des 10/31/95
Matrones &
Secouristes
683-95-105 Inkouregaou School Karen McElroy 140 12/12/94 435 91 344 Latrine construction
materials.
Des Latrines a 01/15/95
l'ecole Inkouregaou

683-95-106 Unreported Karen McElroy 2,000 11/08/94 4,667 599 4,068 Materials and rental of
excavation equipment.
Amelioration de 01/13/95
Puits

683-95-110 Village of Maraka Linda Mackinnon 300 12/01/94 963 282 681 Construction materials,
brick molds, doors and
MSB Matemite de 06/30/95
windows.
Maraka

223 .
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

683-95-111 Komaka Committee Andrea Turman 300 10/01/94 6,905 1,944 4,961 Building materials, seeds
Lahiya Wayo and training materials.
02/28/95

683-95-112 Komaka Committee Andrea Turman 60 10/01/94 8,803 2,940 5,863 Supplies and materials.
Lahiya Wayo II: 03/31/95
Les Formations

683-95-113 Village Women Julianna K. Moe 127 12/01/94 2,134 986 1,148 Fencing materials, starter
Fruit Tree Nursery tree pots, watering cans and
06/30/95
seedlings.

683-95-115 Nyelwa Community Kate Wilde 103 12/01/94 620 153 467 Latrine construction
School Latrines materials.
04/01/95

683-95-121 Kana Felicia Fielding 20 11/01/94 95& 263 695 Equipment and materials.
Formation des ol/oi/95
Matrones

683-95-123 Padin Serki Ricki Hale 30 11/01/94 817 215 602 Start-up livestock, supplies
Embouche Ouine and materials.
11/01/95

683-95-124 Yekoua Unreported 340 08/01/94 2,739 1,551 1,188 Building materials and
Home Latrines supplies.
05/31/95

224
Implementation
Project Number CommUnity Start Date .Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

683-95-125 Dan Barto Health Julie Dougherty 130 10/01/94 541 291 250 Fencing material,
Clinic maintenance tools, seeds
Community Garden 04/30/95
and fertilizer.

683-95-127 Garin Maje & Michael R. 'Yame 185 10/01/94 2f 438 661 I,m Construction supplies,
Madarounfa drainage materials and
Amelioration du 12/31/94
skilled technical labor.
Puit
Conununautaire
683-95-137 Canton de Safo Julie A. Conroy 25 10/01/94 3,682 1,237 2,445 Educational materials and
teaching aids.
Sabka Lahiya 04/30/95

683-95-143 Unreported Julie A. Conroy 150 11/25/94 3,025 957 2,068 Construction materials and
blueprint fees.
Latrine and Shower 04/25/95
Facility at Rural
Dispensary
683-95-144 Canton de Safo Julie A. Conroy 6 11/01/9:1 . 6,970 1,342 5,628 Construction and water
distribution materials and
Dispensary Water 04/30/95 supplies.
Tower

683-95-107 Dan Issa -Wendy Voet 216 01/10/94 386 149 237 . Materials and supplies and
photocopying costs.
AIDS/Family 05/14/95
Planning Education

683-95-108 Dan Issa Wendy Voet 15 01/10/94 409 163 246 Health education
presentation materials and
Progranune de 05/30/95
supplies.
theatre des l'ecole
primaire

225
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of FlUlds

683-95-109 CEG Madaroumfa Trudy Pantalia 620 03/10/95 1,253 321 932 Hand operated sewing
Sewing - machines and supplies.
OS/20/95
Professional
Training
683-95-114 Nyelwa CommlUlity Kate Wilde 10 01/03/95 2,191 986 1,205 Educational materials,
Matrone Recyclage medicines and training kits.
05/03/95

683-95-117 Nyelwa Village Kate Wilde 1,027 01/01/95 412 117 295 Pump parts.
Pump Reparation 01/31/95 .

683-95-118 Angual-Roumji Kate Wilde 136 03/01/95 305 31 274 Latrine construction
School Latrines materials.
03/30/95

683-95-120 Dog~ (Mirriah) Robin Morrison 16 ·01/01/95 1,411 366 1,045 Medical supplies for
Formation des midwives and training
01/11/94 materials.
Matrones

683-95-122 Kana Felicia Fielding 500 02/01/95 6,171 1,602 4,569 Building materials and
Maternite de Kona rental of specialized
06/01/95
equipment.

683-95-126 Tchadao Ecole Amy Hess 270 03/06/95 1,588 390 1,198 Gardening supplies, donkey
Primaire cart and classroom
Agricultural & 04/19/95
Environmental equipment.
Education

226
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group- PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

683-95-128 Village May Guero Marcy Hewitt 1,000 03/01/95 7,163 1,599 5,564 Well construction materials
and technical expertise.
Realisation d'un 08/31/95
Puits

683-95-129 Primary School Julianna K. Moe 185 01/01/95 1,067 311 756 Latrine construction
materials.
Latrines Djirataona 04/30/95

683-95-131 Garin Maje Michael R. Yarne 385 01/09/95 763 272 491 Construction materials,
supplies and skilled
Centre 08/17/95
technical labor.
Communautaire
Building
683-95-133 Dadin Serki Ricki Hall 300 02/01/95 1,405 813 592 Construction and roofing
materials.
School Latrine 05/31/95
Construction

683-95-135 Dan Issa Wendy Voet 30 02/01/95 1,741 844 897 Construction supplies and
materials.
Construction des 06/01/95
Latrines

683-95-138 Village of Maraka Linda Mackinnon 1,200 01/01/95 2,224 695 1,529 Well construction materials
and skilled technical
Amelioration des 05/31/95
expertise.
Puits dans Maraka

683-95-142 Village of Maraka Linda. MacKinnon 100 01/01/95 5,703 1,630 4,073 Well construction supplies
and technical expertise.
Dispensary Water 05/31/95
for Maraka

227
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV. Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount .Use of Foods

683-95-150
-
Bijare Community Jq.lie Dougherty 25 03/01/95 1,741 738 1,003 Well construction materials
and supplies.
Bijare Community 05/31/95
Well

683-95-096 People of Dakaron Linda Loehr 500 04/01/95 240 149 91 Guava, citron, and mango
Planter les Arbres rootstock.
06/30/95
Fruitier

683-95-116 Kourfayawa Village Kate Wilde 10 04/01/95 384 133 251 Medicines and medical kit
materials.
Secouriste· 04/05/95
Formation

. 683-95-119 Angual-Roumji Kate Wilde 2,760 04/01/95 392 97 295 Pump parts.
Pump Reparation 04/30/95

683-95-130 Dan Barto Health Julie Dougherty 158 04/01/95 609 147 462 Construction materials and
Elementary School Clinic supplies.
07/31/95
Latrines

683-95-132 Chadakori Marlene L. Brown 17 03/13/95 346 106 240 Health and nutrition
training materials.
Matrone Recyclage 03/15/95

683-95-134 Gangara Makai Fisher 5 04/10/95 413 127 286 Work boxes and medical
supplies.
Recyclage des 04/14/95
Matrones

228
Implementation
Project Number .Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

683-95-136 Gangara Makai Fisher 5 03/09/95 720 224 496 Work boxes, medical
Formation des supplies and training
03/15/95
Matrones materials.

683-95-141 Village of Maraka Linda MacKinnon 20 04/01/95 . 3,403 1,807 1,596 Work boxes, medical
Formation des supplies, notebooks, pens
06/30/95
Matrones and and folders.
Secouristes
683-95-145 Dan Issa Wendy Voet 10 04/15/95 1,509 384 1,125 Supplies and materials
Formation des (medical equipment,
04/29/95
Matrones pharmaceuticals, paper
and pens).

683-95-146 Tchadao (Maradi) Amy Hess 16 04/17/95 887 284 603 Supplies and visual aid
Matrone Recyclage materials.
06/06/95

683-95-148 Nyelwa & Kate Wilde 40 05/01/95 2,003 900 1,103 Construction materials and
Private Latrines Angual-Roumji supplies. Skilled technical
06/30/95
labor.

683-95-151 Unreported Julie Dougherty 12 05/01/95 2,807 2,015 792 Work boxes, medical
Midwife Training supplies and training
06/30/95
materials.

683-95-153 Village de Garin Michael R. Yarne 275 05/01/95 2,438 874 1,564 Construction materials.
Amelioration du Dadi Sl<illed technical labor.
06/30/95
Puits de Garin Dadi

229
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

683-95-154 Rural Mid-Wives Emily Whitcome 11 06/01/95 899 454 445 Supplies and training
Formation des materials.
10/16/95
Matrones

683-95-160 Villagers of Kwori Michael R. Yarne 500 D5/01/95 7,969 4,024 3,945 Well construction materials
Construction du and skilled technical
07/31/95
Puits - Kwori assistance.

683-95-156 Unreported . Jacqueline 50 11/01/95 799 44 755· Construction materials and


Formation des Cunkelman skilled labor. Workboxes
OS/24/96
Matrones and basic medical supplies.

683-95-157 Marche de Magaria Rebecca Malouin 500 10/01/95 10,662 4,559 6,103 Building construction and
Construction d'un roofing materials.
05/31/96
Bloc Sanitaire au
Marche de Magaria
683-95-159 Traditional Birth Melanie 500 11/10/95 1,121 294 827 Work boxes, medical
Traditional Birth Ass'n Wasserman equipment and supplies.
11/22/95 Training materials.
Attendant Training
Program
Senegal
685-95-008 Village Group Joel Rosenblatt 33 11/01/94 668 223 445 Garden plants and supplies.
Nangar Garden 07/31/95
Project

685-95-010 Thiadaye Community Katherine Buehl 100 12/08/94 8,373 3,373 5,000 Construction materials and
fixtures.
Thiadaye Metal 01/16/95
Workshop

230
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total _ Community SPA
and Title Group pev Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

685-95-011 Thiafoura Dorothy J. Nash 2,500 11/07/94 6,716 1,795 4,921 Building materials.
Health Care Unit Community
02/28/95
of Thiafoura

685-95-004 Jegem-Menuiserie Katherine Buehl 12 01/01/95 5,994 1,479 4,515 Woodworking machine,
Ebeniste supplies and materials.
Thiadiaye 01/31/95
Carpenter
Workshop
685-95-005 Lambaye Women's Dana Backer 24 01/01/95 1,080 382 698 Materials and other
Group training costs.
Tie-Dye 02/28/95
Trainingfor Rural
Women
685-95-006 Bendiolol Women's Elizabeth Walsh 30 02/01/95 945 240 705 Materials.
Bendiolol Garden Group
02/15/95
Project

685-95-007 Men's & Women's Ben Vogelgesang 75 02/01/95 3,126 811 2,315 Well lining materials.
Group Specialized well labor~
Ounoundou Samba 06/02/95
Kouthia Well
Project
685-95-104 Ngoye Rural Karen Field 2,000 03/01/95 8,161 2,720 5,441 Latrine construction
Community materials.
Village Latrine 03/31/96
Project - N gaskop,
Ndoro Sene and
Ngodjileme
685-95-012 Bantankira Kent K. Brown 1,000 01/15/95 4,230 1,000 3,230 Supplies and materials.
Bantankira Well Community
06/15/96
Project

231
Implementation
project Number Community . Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

685-95-001 Village of Mbassine Nick Roberts 600 06/15/95 7,671 2,611 5,060 Construction materials and
skilled labor.
Mbassine Latrine 08/15/95
and Bath Project

685-95-002 Community of Refane BasiaPowazki 200 06/01/95 2,208 632 1,576 Latrine construction
Refane Latrine materials.
09/30/95
Project

685-95-003 Mbaram Dop Village Elizabeth Terry 100 06/15/95 , 3,214 937 2,277 Materials and supplies.
School Project - 07/15/95
Mbaram Diop

685-95-101 Unreported B.Simmons 33 06/06/95 4,633 . 1,301 3,332 Materials.


Bantancountou 09/06/95
Banana Project

685-95-009 Unreported Katherine Buehl 6 09/01/95 2,305 689 1,616 Livestock equipment, feed
and veterinary care
Thiadiaye Cattle 10/31/95 supplies.
Raising

685-95-102 Toulde Galle Anne Dalecki 1,000 07/01/95 6,842 2,146 4,696 Materials and equipment.
Committee
Maternity Project 01/31/96

685-95-103 Men and Women of Jo~l Rosenblatt 140 11/01/95 3,631 959 2,672 Tools, materials and
Nangar specialized labor costs.
Nangar Well 04/30/96
Project

232
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA -
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

685-95-105 Silane & Kerr Sack Cynthia Joh~sen 110 07/01/95 6,639 2,115 4,524 Latrine construction
materials.
Construction of 01/31/96
Private Latrines

Swaziland
645-95-003 Nkwene High School Peter Alspach 500 11/14/94 6,137 3,866 2,271 Roofing materials,
windows, doors and interior
Nkwene High 06/08/95 classroom finish.
School Form V
Classroom
645-95-005 S1. Joseph's High Jon Putnam 600 01/11/95 5,625 2,210 3,415 Fence material and
School indigenous treestock.
Indigenous Tree 01/02/96
Planting

645-95-001 Nhletjeni Community Robert Elan 75 01/01/95 9,627 8,250 1,377 Materials and supplies.
Nhletjeni High Group
05/31/95
School Classroom
Project
645-95-002 Unreported K. Fowler-Geis 1,000 02/06/95 4,626 4,081 545 Production of
environmental education
World Environment 03/06/95 displays and materials.
Day Fair
Training aids and supplies.

645-95-004 Nhlangano Central Susan Spares 354 03/01/95 8,918 6,259 2,659 Building materials.
Nhlengene Central School
10/15/95
Preschool Building
Project
645-96-006 Kalamdladla School David J. Bowman 100 09/22/95 1,698 431 1,267 Construction material for
tables and benches.
Grade 1 Classroom 11/30/95 Technical expertise.
Improvement

233
Implem entatio n
Start Date Total Conun unity SPA
Project Nutnb er Comm unity Amoun t Use of Funds
PCV Benefi ciaries Finish Date Amount Amoun t
and Title Group

250 11/01/ 95 12,290 4,847 7,443 Constr uction materi als.


645-95-007 Ngcina Second ary Debor ah A.
Schoo l Simerl ink 12/31/ 95
Classro om Block
Construction

Tanza nia
54 03/01/ 95 11,315 4,682 6,633 Buildin g constr uction
621-95-001 Maji ya Chai Julie P. Moran materi als. Irrigat ion
Childr en for 11/30/ 95 system and treesto ck.
Childr en's Future

120 05/01/ 95 3,531 736 2,795 Well lining, handp utnp and
621-95-002 Mapos eni Comm unity Cheryl Perkin s· technic al.1abo r costs.
Maji Maji: 08/31/ 95
Mapos eni
Handp ump Well
The Gambi a
200 04/02/ 95 3,572 950 2,622 Constr uction materi als and
635-95-001 Jerilaw Jubbo Group Abhiji l costs.
Chatte rjee 07/15/ 95
Jerikaw Villag e
Retail Shop

233 04/07/ 95 716 328 388 Well restora tion materi als
635-95-002 Pallen Comm unity Scott Rose and profes sional assista nce
Well Restor ation 04/21/ 95 costs.

04/15/ 95 3,809 1,129 2,680 Raw materi als and


635-95-004 Fatima Techni cal Bill Grego ry 400
teachin g aids to suppor t
Schoo l 10/15/ 95 furnitu re makin g
Resource Center for
Fatima High enterp rise.
School

580 07/30/ 95 350 50 300 Buildi ng materi als and


635-95-003 Unrep orted Sunil Gupia supplie s. Shelvi ng and
Resource Center 07/30/ 96 furnish ings.

234
Implementation
Project~urrnber Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

635-95-005 Njawara Fishing Andrew Lentz 10 09/30/95 4,992 345 4,647 Fishing equipment and
Society supplies.
Fish as Income 10/30/95
Project

635-95-006 Georgetown School Ben Hadary 105 09/01/95 3,115 1,065 2,050 Skills training materials.
Georgetown Skills Board
12/31/95
Training and
Resource Center
635-96-007 Hereician Group Scott Rose 1,500 08/01/95 1,832 745 1,087 Materials and supplies.
Seed Bank 09/25/95

635-95-008 Sami Garden Kafo Tim Cassidy 150 10/15/95 1,810 700 1,110 Water pump materials and
Rope and Washer supplies.
11/30/95
Pumps

Togo
693-95-004 L'Acteurs De Kante Bill Church 15 11/01/94 4,013 380 3,633 Audio-visual equipment,
Les Jeunes Acteurs set and production
06/30/95
de Kante materials.

693-95-003 Avotode Groupement Rodney Schuster 25 02/01/95 2,800 1,376 1,424 Fertilizer.
Community Corn 12/30/95
Fields

693-95-010 Agneme Groupement Audra Dykman 80 08/21/95 9,902 4,269 5,633 Construction materials for
ADA-Agneme Paits shelters. Purchase of
02/28/96
Ruminants animal and bird stock.

235
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

693-95-011 Agricultural Cynthia Trotta 70. 03/01/95 2,330 1,220 1,110 Seeds, fertilizer and
Agbelouve Groupement storage supplies.
12/31/95
Improved Com and
Cotton Production
693-95-026 r Kolo Prefecture Kevin Weimers 89 01/01/95 1,761 320 1,441 Fertilizer and storage
Soli Essolegnana materials.
03/31/95

693-95-007 "Sauvons Roger Olin Burks 25 07/01/95 1,542 43 1,499 Materials and supplies.
Sauvons l'Environmente"
11/30/95
l'Environment

693-95-008 "Preserverance" Roger -Olin Burks 10 07/01/95 3,697 653 3,044 Building materials and
Group' masonry supplies. Chicken
Dzrekpo-Hagou 03/08/96
brood stock, feed e;md
Poultry Project
medication.

693-95-001 Amite Cooperative Maria Barron 9 07/01/95 4,930 1,548 3,382 Pineapple plants,
herbicides and fertilizer.
Notse Pineapple 09/30/95
Project

693-95-005 Koumonde Karin Weimers 12 07/01/95 3,818 1,117 2,701 Construction materials.
Sinagnadi Elevage Groupement
11/30/95

693-95-012 Adrakpo School April Ricotta 550 09/01/95 1,292 365 927 Latrine construction
materials .
Adrakpo School 12/31/95
Latrines

236
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV . -Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

693-95-013 Dope Kopi April Ricotta 8,000 12/01/95 576 198 378 Pharmaceutical supplies.
Pharmacy Center 01/31/96

693-95-014 Tchotchonga Audra Dykman 50 08/01/95 310 155 155 Building construction
Tchotchonga Well Community materials.
08/31/96
Project

693-95-016 Novisi Vo-Koutine Margaaret 11 09/01/95 648 220 428 Fence materials and
Sheep-Raising McDavid supplies.
03/30/96
Program

693-95-015 Ando-Yoto Prefecture Rachel Corey 2,370 08/01/95 350 121 229 Materials and supplies.
Village Library 11/30/95

693-95-002 Village of Havako Maria Barron 200 07/01/95 901 82 819 Construction materials and
Havako School supplies.
09/30/95
Repairs
I

693-95-006 Unreported Michael Carney 50 09/01/96 1,155 181 974 Materials (wood and
Vente des Articles plywood).
03/31/96
de Construction
.
693-95-009 Agbelouve College Cynthia Trotta 600 07/30/95 625 130 495 Building and construction
Agbelouve CEG materials. Initial brood
09/30/95
Elevage stock, feed and medication.

237
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community . SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Uganda
617-95-003 Kicwamba Wildlife David Snedeker 111 12/01/94 514 281 . 233 Honey production
Beekeeping Project Club harvesting equipment.
04/20/95

617-95-001 Pesa Beekeepers David Snedeker 30 OS/23/94 910 100 810 Honey production
Pesa Beekeeping harvesting and processing
01/20/95
Project equipment.

617-95-002 Kitabi TTC Alice M. 300 02/15/95 2,700 118 2,582 Construction materials and
Poultry Production Bechtold supplies. Initial brood
10/30/95
stock.

617-95-004 Kusese District EuniceKang 15 03/15/95 2,952 513 2,439 Region specific educational
Sub-County Officer reference materials.
12/31/95
Environmental
Education Package
617-95-005 Ains Center (ASH) Jan Mazer 126 08/01/95 9,179 3,895 5,284 Rice processing mill,
Rice Production cultivation tools and rice
08/30/96
Project seeds.

Zambia
611-95-002 Kaputo Village Roslyn Doktor 1,000 09/21/94 2,841 496 2,345 Well and well apron
Well Construction Committee construction.
12/01/94

611-95-003 Museka Village Joshua Swiller 4,000 09/21/94 4,773 808 3,965 Construction materials and
Well Construction supplies.
12/11/94

238
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date. Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries. Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

611-95-004 Ltikwesa Health Greg Irish 500 09/21/94 1,381 332 1,049 Materials and tools.
Team
Hand Dug Well 11/21/94

611-95-006 Lukwesa Health Greg Irish 325 10/01/94 805 227 578 Construction materials and
Team supplies.
Health Center 10/01/95
Latrine

611-95-007 Musangu Health Greg Irish 200 10/01/94 1,800 662 1)38 Shallow well construction
Center materials and tools.
Hand Dug Well 10/01/95

, 611-95-008 Kapela Chilumbi Greg Irish L700 10/01/94 1)36 473 663 Construction materials and
Ward supplies.
Well 08/19/95
Rehabilitation

611-95-009 Chifuma Cooperative Greg Irish 37 12/02/94 215 107 108 Latrine venting system.
Chifuma Latrine 10/01/95

611-95-015 Mutabwa Community Chris Haydon 2,000 10/01/94 12,874 5,579 7,295 Classroom construction
materials. Classroom
Classroom 10/01/94
blackboards, desks and
Renovation
chairs

611-95-016 Kaputo Development Roslyn Doktor 1,000 11/01/94 10,976 6,534 4A42 Latrine construction
Comm. materials:
Chiba School 11/01/95
Project

239
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group pev Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

611-95-018 Mununga Health Joshua Swiller 400 03/01/95 4,794 1,481 3,313 Latrine construction
Kabole Health Board materials and fencing
03/01/96
Center supplies.

611-95-014 Chipanta Roslyn Doktor 2,500 04/15/95 2,949 1~079 .1,870 Roofing materials and floor
Chipanta Child Development Comm plaster.
04/15/95
Center

611-95-017 Kabuta Village Roslyn Doktor 2,000 OS/21/95 .4,113 820 3,293 Construction materials to
Committee proted water source.
Spring Box 09/11/95
Construction

611-95-019 Mabel Shaw School Greg Irish 1,000 05/30/95 4,645 1,160 3,485 Materials, supplies and
Well Construction PTA tools.
07/31/96

611-95-001 Kaputo Village Roslyn Doktor 8,000 09/21/94 8,746 301 8,445 Construction materials and
Community Spring Committee supplies.
01/30/95
Box Construction

611-95-005 Mutute Village Chris Haydon 200 09/06/95 1,968 566 1,402 ,Purchase of materials, tools
Mutute Well Committee and s.upplies.
03/30/96
Construction

611-95-020 Luapula Health Cynthia Biklian 72 09/01/95 173 68 105 Training materials.
Latrine Hygiene Committee
01/30/96
Program

240
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total , Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Zimbabwe
612-95-001 GOllloguru School PTA Daniel Crose 180 03/01/95 4,011 2,003 2,008 Classroom construction
materials.
School Renovation 05/31/95
Project

612-95-002 Batanai Cooperative Sherri Huwer 2(} 02/28/95 1,797 998 799 Fence construction
materials and supplies.
Batanai 06/28/95
Cooperative Fence
Project
612-95-003 Kondo Carpentry Theresa Calovini 490 03/01/95 1,556 488 1,068 Furniture making materials
Club and supplies.
Laboratory 04/30/95
Furniture Making

612-95-004 Picod Club of Sadza Rachel Morse 356 03/09/95 723 297 426 Construction materials and
supplies.
Picod School 12/20/95
Beautification
Project
612-95-005 Nhedziwa Secondary Jeffrey Gima 800 .02/27/95 4,806 2,815 1,991 Fencing materials and
School sports equipment.
Tennis and 06/02(95
Basketball Courts

612-95-007 Mzarabani Sec. Mark Bradley 233 02/10/95 1,116 343 773 Roofing materials. Initial
School brood stock, feed, medicine,
Mzarabani Poultry 10/16/95
pesticide and spray
Project
applicator.

612-95-006 . Mutonheri School Eliza Duval 536 07/01/95 5,328 4,713 615 Shelving materials, tables,
chairs and paint.
Library and 08/31/95
Resource Centre

241
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

612-95-008 Nyamutamba Elizabeth 6 09/01/95 1,378 637 741 Fencing and well apron
Nyamutamba Cooperative Kryszczuk materials.
10/30/95
Fencing and
Borehole Project
612-95-009 Kapiri Secondary J. O'Connell 350 09/01/95 5,235 3,417 1,818 Building construction
Classroom Upgrade School 10/15/95
materials.

612-95-010 Maungwa Secondary Jeffrey Pestrak 500 10/02/95 5,750 3,724 2,026 Materials and supplies.
,Windmill and School
11/02/95
Piped Water Project

FY-1995 Quarter 2,3 and 4 Totals For Region: 134,091 1,010,471 393,024 617,447

242
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community -_ SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish'Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

EeAM
Albania
304-94-007 City of Vlore Elaine Reed 9,000 10/01/94 6,486 1,300 5,186 Building materials. Play
equipment.
Children's Park 01/31/95
and Play Area

304-94-005 City of Elbasan Michael 500 01/15/95 5,520 3,750 1,770 Wood and supplies to build
Mosquera desks.
School Desks 03/15/95

Bulgaria
313-94-013 Secondary School Theresa Freese 155 01/01/95 7,275 2,775 4,500 Materials and supplies.
Ivan Vazov English 09/30/95
Language Lab

Czech Republic
228-94-006 Decin Municipal Hillary Hecht 5,000 10/01/94 3,515 2,505 1,010 Plants and young trees..
Decin Green Area Office
11/30/94

228-94-008 Zeleny Kruh Mary Mumane 500 02/01/95 1,125 680 445 Flyers, posters and
information sheets.
Non-Smoking 08/31/95
Campaign

Estonia
323-94-004 Center for Biosphere Douglas Wells 200 10/01/94 8,300 1,500 6,800 Materials and supplies.
Keep Hiiumaa 12/01/94
Beautiful

243
Implementation
Project Number ComnlUnity , Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

323-94-005 Viimsi Community Neil A. Coffee 250 02/01/95 6,407 1,644 4,763 Building and construction
materials.
Naissar Island 05/15/95
Camp

Hungary
310-94-006 Vallalkozoi Kozpont Janice Baxter 9,999 03/01/95 16,550 13,550 3,000 Partial publication costs.
PRIMOM Brochure 05/31/95

310-94-007 Teacher Training Amy Minett 1,078 11/15/94 2,301 460 1,841 Materials and supplies.
Literary Review College
05/01/95

Kazakstan
306-94-001 Oblast Youth Margery Lemieux o 10/05/94 6,198 2,000 4,198 Materials and supplies.
Guide to Atyrau Committee
03/31/95

Latvia
324-94-005 Riga Stock Exchange Douglas 30 01/01/95 16,083 6,083 10,000 Reading materials.
MacKirlnon
Stock Exchange 03/01/95
Resource Center

324-94-007 Latvia Laukkredits Charles Estes . 24 01/06/95 3,429 1,214 2,215 Audio-visual equipment
and supplies.
Credit Officer 05/31/95
Training

244
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Atnount Use of Funds

Lithuania
326-94-006 National Labor Anne Casper 1,950 10/15/94 4,825 1,175 3,650 Supplies and printing costs.
Labor Exchange Exchange
03/31/95
Training Program

Morocco
608-94-013 Tighmi Center (Id AngelaM. 300 . 01/16/95 1,635 545 1,090 Well construction costs.
Primary School Touar) DiGeorge
02/28/95
Water System

608-94-010 Taza City, Tazekka Catherine A. 4,000 01/01/95 17,264 15,004 2,260 Construction materials and
Park Corbett supplies.
Environmental 08/31/95
Education

608-94-009 Commune Rural de Jason Ben-Meir 4,900 01/03/95 15,700 5,700 10,000 Trees and supplies.
Fruit Trees & Toubkal
02/15/95
Nursery

Poland
336-94-009 Ciechanow College George M. Kuhn 500 02/01/95 9,327 2,100 7,227 Materials and supplies.
American Culture 02/06/95
Center

336-94-008 Przysucha Users Angelo J. 601 01/02/95 19,255 9,350 9,905 Materials and supplies.
Group Pressello
Learning & Testing 03/30/95
Center

245
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

336-94-007 L.a. Elblag III Patrice Hill 550 01/03/95 11,510 3,500 8,010 Materials and supplies.
Chemistry Lab 02/28/95

336-94-006 Bydgoszcz College Rita Kurtz 600 01/01/95 25,000 15,000 10,000 Renovation materials,
furniture and software.
Bydgoszcz Library 03/01/95
Renovation

336-94-005 Adult Education John W. Schneck 300 10/17/94 19,850 11,000 8,850 Special skill computer,
Center printing hardware and
B!1siness Training 02/28/95
software.
Center for Blind

Slovak Republic
444-94-001 Ornitologicky Spolok Steve Shipe 9,999 10/01/94 13,340 3,340 10,000 Resource equipment,
materials and supplies.
Vychodhe Karpaty 10/01/95
Biosphere

Tunisia
364-94-065 Ouled Haffouz Cynthia A. 85 10/01/94 3,517 192 3,325 Building and roofing
Wilson materials. Classroom
Flood Damage 06/30/95
supplies.
Repairs

364:'94-064 Fernana Community Carol 1,500 12/01/94 14,446 5,720 8,726 Playground equipment.
Terwillegar
Playground Park 04/30/95

364-94-067 EI Akhoouat, Ain Ruth Dobberphul 55 11/01/94 2,494 687 1,807 Supplies and printing costs.
Tunisian Youth Drahaal
05/30/95
Photoessay

246
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

364-90-066 Ain Battoum A. Taylor Liske 439 10/01/94 6,598 1,233 5,365 Wall construction costs.
Community
School Enclosure 06/30/95
Wall

FY-1995 Quarter 1 Totals For Region: 52,515 247,950 112,007 135,943

247
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

313-95-003 Hristov BotevSchool Kierstin Van 405 05/01/95 8,900 4,700 4,200 Audio-visual equipment,
English Resource Camp supplies and teaching
09/30/95
Room materials.

313-95-004 Vidin Mathematics Melanie Egli 500 04/01/95 4,790 2,590 2,200 Audio-visual equipment,
School textbooks and supplies.
English Language 07/31/95
Lab

313-95-006 Berkovitza Thomas Curley 154 05/01/95 5,200 1,400 3,800 Photocopy machine,
Community resource materials,
Dr. Ivan Panov 09/30/95
audio-visual equipment,
School Resource
Room chalkboard, and start up
supplies.

313-95-008 Math and Science Eric Matza 459 05/01/95 8,300 ·4,500 3,800 Shelving materials aDd
Gymnasia supplies.
English Resource 10/31/95
Room - Lovech
.
313-95-009 Math and Science Jennifer 710 05/01/95 9,200 4,500 4,700 Shelving materials and
English Resource Gymnasia Coakwell supplies.
09/30/95
Room - Vratsa

313-94-003 .Kyustindel School Laura De Santo 670 05/01/94 6,930 2,930 4,000 Audio-visual equipment,
materials and textbooks.
Language Lab 10/31/94
Materials for remodeling of
lab and storage areas.

249
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

313~94-010 Pleven Intellect - Robin Mouck 75 07/01/95 1,000 250 750 Special texts, teacher's
Resource Center School manuals, activity books,·
10/30/95
and audio-visual
materials.

313-94-011 Ivan Vazov School Therese Freese 5 06/30/95 10,981 4,105 6,876 Audio-visual equipment,
Library Resource supplies and teacher
12/01/95
Room resource books.

Czech Republic
228-95-008 Podkrusnorhorsky Steve Bain 1,000 01/03/95 1,507 565 942 Materials and supplies for
. Zoopark ecology displays.
Zoopark Ecology 05/31/95
Displays

228-95-009 Podkrusnorhorsky ·Steve Bain 1,000' 03/01/95 2,733 . 850 1,883 Purchase and tranportation
Zoopark Monument Zoopark of stone to activity site.
09/30/95
To Extinct Animals

228-95-002 Town Office Barbara Nebdn 100 06/01/95 4,219 1,186 3,033 Construction of basketball
Athletic Equipment standards, backboards, nets
06/01/96
for Children and balls.

228-95-003 ASMRA Kristin L. Bensen 2,000 06/30/95 9,558 6,525 3,033 Creation of an
Revitalization of informational nature
06/30/96
Nature Reserve education trail. Trash
containers and benches.

228-95-005 Prachatice VIad Jindrich 260 05/01/95 8,081 1,134 6,947 Microscope and
Ecological audio-visual equipment.
12/22/95
Education Center

250
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

228-95-010 Chohutov City Hall Lisa Bain 50 06/01/95 9,319 2,201 7,118 Electronic bulletin board
and air quality information
Chohutov Air 12/31/95
Pollution Display_ display.

228-95-011 Community Work .Clare O'Brien 1,000 04/01/95 5,857 1,657 4,200 Materials for
Group informational billboards,
Civilian Bikeway 12/01/95
trail markers, maps and
Project
brochures.

228-95-012 .Swnakov Foundation Mary Mumame 615 06/20/95 3,438 1,555 1,883 Bridge construction
materials.
Footbridge 09/18/95
Connection to EEC
Slunak
228-95-016 Magistrat Usti nad Tyson Whecter 120 06/15/95 3,164 1,582 1,582 Materials, supplies and
Labem press kits.
Logo Competition 11/30/95

228-95-014 Regional Advisory Brian Santa 300 05/01/95 6,109 1,947 4,162 Construction equipment and
Beautification Center Barbara materials, administrative
06/30/95
Project costs and transportation
costs.

228-95-015 Regional Labor Brian Santa 18 04/01/95 4,590 700 3,890 Materials and supplies.
Department Barbara
Career Searcn Day 06/15/95

228-95-001 City of Karvina Russell Nebon 68 10/01/95 5,583 1,500 4,083 Plants and landscape
materials.
Natural Screening 06/30/96

251

\~
Implementation .
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

228-95-004 Village of Stary Ann Liebenstein 1,000 . 09/15/95 1,805 600 1,205 Production of brochure of
Eroze services, posters, business
Development 12/30/95
cards, office signs.
Information Center

228-95-006 Chaloupkr Ecological Stuart Bass 1,000 05/01/96 4,300 2,794 1,506 Local consultant and
Cent architectural services.
Development Plan 04/30/96

228-95-007 Telc Scout Troop Stuart Bass 90 05/01/95 7,995 5,170 2,.825 Materials and supplies.
Telc Scout Cabin 04/30/96

228-95-013 CHKO Labske Amy Arends 300 07/01/95 3,082 1,500 1,582 Materials for
Piskovce environmental education
Basic School 10/31/95
program.
Environmental
Education Program
228-95-019 Asociace Frances D. Aun 250 08/31/95 19,108 14,441 4,667 Cost of advertising,
Podnikatelek printing materials,
Essay Contest: The 08/31/96 translation and prizes.
Role of Women...

228-95-018 Patriae Foundation Debi Mosel 45 09/01/95 3,836 2,542 1,294 Costs of three community
business development
Business and 12/31/95 summits.
Community Summit

228-95-017 STUZ Sheila Crofut 400 09/01/95 5,704 2,200 3,504 Resource and reference texts
(e.g., Encyclopedia
NGO Resource 02/29/96 Btitannica).
Center
Development

252
Implementation
Project Number Community' 'Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Estonia
323-95-002 Paldiski Linnosa David Barbour 200 12/15/94 14,166 4,208 9,958 Electrical maintenance
Paldiski Vanem supplies.
03/01/94
,Community Center

323-95-003 Saaremaa Wanda & 50 04/01/95 14,500 4,500 10,000 Materials and supplies for
. Ceramics & Handicrafts Charles Wilson a ceramic tra:ining studio.
04/01/96
Handicraft Center

Hungary
310-95-003 Oliver Twist Douglas 230 08/01/94 9,371 6,822 2,549 Seminar materials.
Proposal for Foundation Remillard
05/15/95 '
Partnership

310-95-002 Tata City Council C. Frost & S. 500 03/01/95 9,000 3,000 6,000 Environmental education
Teaching Keene materials.
09/01/95
Tomorrow's Leader
Today
310-95-004 OMTK Wrestling Timothy Caplice 75 01/01/95 3,059 872 2,187 Sports uniforIDs and
School Sports Team equipment.
04/30/95

310-95-006 Two Wheels Less Jennifer Snyder 400 03/15/95 3,760 1,560 2,200 Educational materials on
Bike-to-School the environment and
09/15/95
transportation issues.
Week

310-95-007 Culture Association Sara L. Cullen 150 03/01/95 2,980 750 2,230 Tool shed, compost, pond
construction and teacher
- Esztergom
Eko-Yard
. 12/31/95 training workshop.,

253
Implem entatio n
Start Date . Total Comm unity SPA
Project Numbe r Comm unity Amoun t Use of Funds
PCV Benefi ciaries Finish Date Amoun t Amoun t
and Title Group

100 05/11/ 95 4,607 1,479 3,128 Manua ls, water testing


310-95-001 Enviro nment Counci l Charle s Banka rt strips, film develo pment
Bakon yawa 05/13/ 95 and printin g.
Botani cal Survey

100 04/01/ 95 10,607 7,667 2,940 Video and editin g


310-95-005 Gypsy Mothe rs Amy Stout equipm ent and supplie s.
Associ ation 09/01/ 95
Gypsy Wome n
Video Project

50 05/01/ 95 3,600 600 3,000 Water sampl ing kits,


310-95-008 Piispo kladan y City Jill & Mike magni fying glasse s,
Brubak er 08/01/ 96 binocu lars, books,
Testing
Enviro nmenta l educat ional materi als,
Qualit y campin g fees and canoe
rentals .

200 06/01/ 95 3,500 500 3,000 Public ation of educat ional


310-95-009 Szeged Zoo Antho ny J. Paar materi als; supple menta ry
Comm ittee 06/08/ 96 suppli es for the trail and a
Szeged Zoo's South
Ameri can Trail micros cope.

700 04/01/ 95 8,400 6,000 2,400 Public ation costs.


310-95-010 Clean Air Action James Rojas
Group 06/30/ 95
Month ly
Publica tion of
LELEGZET
46 06/01/ 95 3,251 857 2,394 Merck water testing
310-95-011 Kiskun sagi Park & M. Killebr ew equipm ent, photoc opying of
Schoo l 08/31/ 96 teachin g materi als and
Englis h
Enviro nmenta l produc tion of manua l.
Camp

254
Implementation
, PrDject~urnnber Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCv' Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

310-94-003 National Bird Ass'n. Tim Gard€'s 28 08/15/94 1,871 350 1,521 Survey supplies and
equipment.
Ornithology Survey 02/28/95

Kazakstan
306-95-002 TEK/TEA Patrick Sprehe 50 10/01/94 5,715 2,400 3,315 Audio-visual equipment,
supplies and other teaching
Resource Center 01/01/95
materials. Materials to
secure the premises.

306-95-003 Pedagogic Institute Laura Johnson 50 11/23/94 2,730 405 2,325 Audio-visual equipment.
Jambyl Resource 09/15/95
Center

306-95-004 TEA/TEK Almaty Tracy Chambers 40 10/01/94 4,800 1,800 3,000 Audio-visual equipment,'
supplies and materials.
Resource Center 10/31/94

306-95-005 Business English Club Maria Kendra 40 10/01/94 2,100 1,500 600 Audio-v~sual equipment
and supplies.
Business Resource 10/31/94
Ctr

306-95-006 TEK/TEA Susan Gallagher 50 10/01/94 4,975 1,800 3,175 Audio-visual equipment
Resource Center and supplies.
10/31/95

306-95-007 Women's Institute Valerie 100 12/08/94 8,847 1,769 7,078 Construction materials and
Matthews supplies.
Dorm Renovation 07/31/95

255
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

306-95-008 School 127 Joshua Brown 120 10/15/94 15,800 15,000 800 Security door and window
Computer Lab bars.
11/30/95

306-95-009 TEK/TEA Kostanai Jennifer Roberts 50 10/01/94 4,325 1,800 2,525 Audio-visual equipment,
Resource Center supplies and materials.
10/31/94

306-95-010 TEK/TEA Korgan Jeanine Piele 50 10/01/94 6,410 1,800 4,610 Audio-visual equipment,
Resource Center supplies and materi~ls.
10/31/95

306-95-011 Kenthu Residents Emily Dewhurst 60 12/01/94 3,900 900 3,000 Audio-visual equipment,
Resource Center supplies and materials.
05/31/95

306-95-012 Ecology & Children Laura Pope 30 06/23/95 26,961 18,000 8,961 Building materials, office
support equipment and
Project STROKE 12/12/95
supplies.

Latvia
324-95-001 Gramatika LNMS Kevin 250 01/15/95 9,043 2,293 6,750 Printing costs. Audio-visual
Gramayika LNMS O'Donoghue equipment.
06/30/95
Publishing House

324-95-002 Stans Sport Club John Matlock 100 02/17/95 11,373 4,809 6,564 Supplies, materialsmd
transportation costs.
Paldiski 02/19/95
Community Center

256
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group pev Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount 'Amount Amount Use of Funds

324-95-003 Lacplesis Fitness Robert LaJeunesse 100 01/03/95 9,367 2,800 6,567 Exercise equipment.
Lacplesis Fitness Center Repairs to windows, walls
, 02/09/95
Center and floors.

324-95-004 Liepata, Vidusskola Tim Ruth 870 02/01/95 12,305 3,700 8,605 Materials and audio
#12 equipment.
Co~unity 06/01/95
Auditorium
Improvements
,
324-95-005 Riga Amtriecibar Hugh Barton 360 06/01/95 6,650 1,800 4,850 Resource materials and
English Language Vidurrl Brown supplies.
07/05/95
Resource Center
Development
324-95-001 Children's Hospital Charles Estes 900 09/03/95 23,430 18,430 5,000 Tools and construction
Plumbing supplies.
09/15/95
Renovation of
Baltezer's
Children's
Hospital
324-95-002 Children's Hospital Charles Estes 150 09/03/95 27,317 24,430 2,887 Construction, roofing
. materials and supplies.
Baltezer's Hospital 09/15/95
Sleeping Rooms

Lithuania
326-95-007 Women's Home Carol Jenkins 3,000 12/14/94 -20,000 10,000 10,000 Constr~ction materials and
Alytus Women's Committee supplies.
04(07/95
Center

326-95-005 Lazidijai Regional Mark 5 01/01/95 2,700 750 1,950 Windows, insulation, and
Gov't Kleinschmidt ceiling materials.
Energy 05/15/95
Conservation
Program

257
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

326-95-001 Kaunas Tech Marilyn Ambrose 375 01/09/95 13,551 3,551 10,000 Audio-visual equipment
Paneuezys English University and materials.
03/10/95
Resource Center

326-95-004 Siau Advisory Center Chris Helmkamp 35 01/01/95 1,677 600 1,077 Printing and advertising of
Visitors' Guide to brochure.
06/15/95
Siaulial

326-95-006 Lietuva Group Tom Reott 2,570 01/01/95 7,500 2,500 5,000· Partial publication and
Adaptation of printing costs of training
02/28/95
Economic Education manual.
Materials
326-95-008 Children's Art School Michael 127 03/20/95 2,985 786 2,199 Audio-visual equipment
Marijampole Giordano and resource texts.
OS/20/95
Children's Art
School
326-95-010 English Teachers' Michelle Fisher 500 02/27/95 8,009 3,413 4,596 Materials for local resource
English Resource Ass'n. center.
OS/29/95
Center

326-95-011 Lazdijai Regional Mark 380 02/07/95 5,557 1,500 4,057 Construction materials,
Indoor Toilets for Gov't Kleinschmidt toilet fixtures and
07/01/95
School washroom fixtures.

326-95-012 Lietuva Group Carla A. Galisin 2,500 03/01/95 37,500 27,500 10,000 Resource materials and
Adaptation of supplies.
06/01/95
Applied Economics
Materials

258
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total CoIiununity SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Am01Ult Am01Ult Amo1Ult Use ofF1Ulds

326-95-003 Viltis Society Joel Waters 45 01/01/95 10,168 4,962 5,206 Purchase and installation
Physical Therapy of hydrotherapy ,
06/30/95
Equipment equipment.

.326-95-002 Pakruojis Local Gov't Daniel C. Klaus 300 01/04/95 13,950 3,950 10,000 Purchase of a blood
Blood Analyzer for analyzer.
03/05/95
Pakruojis Hospital

326-95-009 Secondary School No. Anne M. Casper 5,000 04/15/95 2,759 865 1,894 Audio-Visual equipment
4, T and supplies.
English Language 06/01/95
Resource Center

326-95-013 Town of Moletai Janet Ellis 98 04/24/95 6,590 1,590 5,000 Resource materials and
Moletai Special supplies.
06/15/95
Educational School

Morocco
608-94-001 Addis Conumme Kimberly Miller 100 10/23/94 362 181 181 Plumbing hardware and
Addis Dispensaire fixtures.
10/26/94

608-94-003 Ouled l'Hacen Colleen 185 11/26/94 1,796 575 1,221 Construction tools and
auld Mahaya Marchwick materials.
03/15/95
Latrine

608-94-006 Tislit Douar Jocelyn Samuel 500 12/01/94 3,357 427 2,930 Construction materials.
Mosque Latrine Conunune
01/31/95

259
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

608-95-001 Worl<ers of Neddie . Beth Dunford 120 03/01/95 4,431 816 3,615 Production of health
Health Care Talks education lesson materials,
07/30/95
including visual aids.

608-94-004 Tinzaline Commune Mary Alison 70 01/01/95 35,312 32,772 2,540 Medical supplies to outfit
Traditional Birth Smith kits and training materials.
08/31/95
Assistant Training
Kits
608-94-005 Taghra Community Jocelyn Samuel 250 03/01/95 1,494 456 1,038 Siden pump and well cover
Well Pump materials.
04/30/95

608-94-007 Ait Yassine Danielle 400 01/01/95 1,623 595 1,028 Pipe materials, fixtures
·
P ipe Ins t a 11a t'IOn Georgeson and supplies.
04/30/95

608-94-008 Ait Yassine-Taourirt Danielle 500 01/01/95 2,280 500 1,780 Construction materials and
Well Improvement Georgeson handpump.
03/31/95

608-94-011 Dauor Ait-Abdine Shane Brannock 50 01/01/95 4,956 2,906 2,050 Start-up stock, feed,
Dairy Production medical and supplies and
12/31/95
extension materials.

608-95-002 Timderte School Marc Nicoloff 470 04/01/95 4,802 1,495 3,307 Equipment, supplies and
Construction of Board materials.
02/28/96
School Latrines

260
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

608-95-003 Ouled Zyane Colleen 185 05/15/95 410 226 184 Construction materials and
School Latrines at Marchwick supplies.
06/15/95
Modrusa Oulted
I

608-95-004 Community of Jocelyn Samuel 300 05/07/95 8,388 6,044 2,344 Construction materials and
Tiharrisine Mosque Tiharrisine supplies.
06/15/95
Latrine Project

608-95-006 Union Nationale des Thomas H. 100 06/15/95 5,677 1,610 4,067 Construction materials and
Femme Rogers supplies, livestock and
El Ksiba Rabbit 06/15/96
initial feed and medical
Breeding Station
stock.

608-95-007 Rural Commune of jason Ben-Meir 50 06/01/95 23,918 16,844 7,074 Building materials and
Toubkal supplies.
A Comprehensive 08/15/95
Poultry Plan.

Poland
336-95-001 Citizens of Wtodawa Donnie Rollins 1,000 05/01/95 6,725 ·1,650 5,075 Materials and supplies.
English Resource 08/31/95
Library for
Wtodawa
Community
336-95-002 Zespol Szkok Heidi 1,000 06/12/95 14,440 4,440 10,000 Renovation materials and
Klodzko Scheliermann supplies.
Gymnasium 08/31/95
Renovations

336-95-003 W. Jagietty High Rita Wade 850 05/01/95 13,276 3,876 9,400 Renovation materials and
School supplies.
Renovation of 09/01/95
School Library

261
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

336-95-004 City of Suprasl John R. 1,111 06/01/95 15,764 5,875 9,889 Publication software and
Suprasl City & Strickland supplies.
12/01/95
Park Album

336-95-005 Debno Lubashe Kaylene 'Alvarez 25 07/15/95 15,295 6,295 9,000 Materials and supplies.
Internet for Youth 12/31/95
at Risk

Romania
403-95-003 English Teachers Ros~ond Edison 5,000 01/01/95 8,659 2,700 5,959 Materials and supplies.
Supplementary 12/31/95
Teaching Handbook

403-95-001 Rom District Cretia Rowlette 7,000 02/2,8/95 23,475 22,500 975 Trash collection materials
Earth Day and supplies.
06/30/95
Clean-up

403-95-002 Directia Sanitara Karen Clark 66 06/01/95 26,002 21,120 4,882 Construction materials and
Psychological Cluj supplies. Office furniture
06/30/96
Rehabilitation and supplies.
Program
Slovak Republic
444-95-001 AspakiLanguage Michael B. Litt 3 10/01/94 9,075 7,375 1,700 Publication software.
Leaming Business School Brochure publication.
06/01/96
Skills

444-95-002 Odborne Ueiliste Kimberly Lam 84 02/01/95 13,640 3,640 10,000 Roof repairs. Desks and
Youth Apprentice chairs.
07/31/95
Touring Center

262
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

444-95-003 Rinavska Sobota . Greta Siegel 500 01/02/95 14,377 4,377 10,000 Information brochure
production.
Rinarska Sobota 06/30/95
Tourism Materials

,
444-95-008 Low Tatras National Douglas Hoff 30 03/01/95 6,551 1,858 4,693 Forestry work horse team.
Sustainable Park
06/23/95
Tourism II in
Vajsvousk
444-95-006 Gymnazium Jana Ruth Schmidt 800 01/20/95 6,823 4,016 2,807 Resource materials and
Hollemo supplies.
School Library 06/15/95

444-95-005 Dolug Kibiu English Kelly.Festerling 1,600 01/01/95 1,184 345 839 Production materials and
Club supplies.
West Side Story 06/01/95
Musical Production

444-95-004 Low Tatra National R. Douglass Hoff 1,000 06/12/95 6,844 1,852 4,992 Supplies and materials.
Tourism in Park
07/28/95
Vajskovska' Valley

444-95-007 Poradeaskes Center Douglas T. Wood 300 04/01/95 7,433 2,943 4,490 Building renovation
materials and supplies.
EPIC Presov 06/30/95
Training Room

Tunisia
364-95-068 Meneel Temime Elaine Cusick 20 12/01/94 60,007 51,902 8,105 Sewing equipment. Office
administration furnishings.
Sewing Center for 12/01/95
-Disabled Women

263
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA·
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

364-95-073 Sbikha Village William Day 25 12/01/94 . 3,206 1,473 1,733 Industrial sewing
machines.
Women's Sewing & 06/30/96
Weaving
Cooperative
364-95-070 EI Akhouat, Siliana Ruth Dobberpuhl 300 12/01/94 7,398 2,427 4,971 Materials and supplies to
Primary School construct a school
03/31/95
Playground playground.

364-95-072 Chraya Village Gregory Mayew 400 03/01/95 10,471 9)86 1,285 Physical education
Council materials and supplies.
Youth Fitness 09/01/95
Development

364-95-069 Community of Lynda Tse 30 - 02/08/95 7,027 3,167 3,860 Training materials and
Fesiana supplies.
Sewing Program 08/24/95

364-95-071 Khemouda Michelle 15 02/01/95 4,713 2,180 2,533 Beekeeping equipment and
Apiary Production Beekeeping Group Iseminger supplies.
08/31/95
& Training Program

364-95-074 Jarzouna Youth Soccer Daniel Balkus 130 06/20/95 5,572 2,652 2,920 Sporting equipment and
supplies.
Jarzouna Youth 06/20/96
Soccer

364-95-076 Ain Lanserine, Noreen B~itling 464 04/01/95 17,350 7,697 9,653 Materials and supplies.
Zaghouan
Primary School 07/30/95
Shelter & Sports
.Field

264
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

I
364-95':075 Jeradou, ZahgOUall Gregory 500 07/01/95 4,784 1,961 2,823 Fence construction
Schwartz materials and playground
Jeradou School 09/30/95
equipment.
Playground

Uzbekistan
316-95-001 Termez University Brian Fischer 24 01/23/95 2,420 231 2,189 Audio-visual equipment,
supplies and materials.
Materials for 02/10/95
Teachers

FY-1995 Quarter 2,3 and 4 Totals For Region: 62,252 1,056,536 564,403 492,133

265
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date. Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

IA
Belize
535-94-002 Youth Volunteers Katherine 28 10/24/94 4,364 1,167 3,197 Materials and supplies.
Hike & Bike for Bassler
10/31/94
the Rainforest

Bolivia
511-94-016 Nadonal Tecnical Kenneth Cousins 94 02/01/95 856 456 400 Technical materials.
Agricultural Inst.
03/30/95
Library

511-94-017 Toco, Cochabamba Edward Anthony 1,367 02/01/95 9,651 5,901 3,750 Materials and supplies.
Agricultural Sales 09/30/95
Center

Chile
513-94-007 Dnidad de Educacion Jared G. Rubin 100 10/15/94 8,300 4,000 4,300 Development of
educational materials.
Environmental 10/14/95
Education
Curriculum
Costa Rica
515-94-004 Armubi Women Kathrine 8 11/23/94 1,538 387 1,151 Materials and supplies.
Handicraft Artists Gallington
06/23/95
Production

515-94-002 Sabanillas, Coto Brus K. O'Brian & D. 394 11/30/94 4,465 381 4,084 Materials and supplies.
Vivero Forestal Briggs
11/30/95
Para La
Recuperacio

266
Implementation
Project~urnnber Community Start Date Total Community SPA
.and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

515-94-006 ANDA Liberia, Claudia 7 12/01/94 6,628 1,661 4,967 Materials and supplies.
Handicrafts Store Guanacaste Reinhart
12/31/95

515-94-005 San Pedro de Monda Shannon Ward 10 12/01/94 4,441 2,827 1,614 Raw materials.
Loofah Mitt Jure
06/30/95
Production

Dominican Republic
517-94-011 Latrine Committee Karen Enos 44 11/01/94 2,104 1,118 986 Latrine construction
Los Cocos Clean Up materials.
01/28/95

517-94-003 Housewives' Club Marcy R. Line 200 10/01/94 3,823 1,934 1,889 Materials and supplies.
Los Tres Charcos 02/28/95
Sanitation

517-94-012 Telanza Committee Michael Merola 120 01/01/95 2,857 615 2,242 Building materials for
Abonera Latrine latrine.
04/30/95
Project

517-94-014 Ona Nueva Beth 13 12/01/94 2,987 1,925 1,062 Tools and materials.
Fruit & Wood Esperanza Tomaszkiewioz
07/31/95
Species Nursery

517-94-017 EI Ayuntamiento Ramesh 2,800 04/01/95 2,165 1,144 1,021 Latrine construction
Los Llanos School Goonetilleke materials.
08/01/95
Latrine Project

267
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and TitJe Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

517-94-015 Comite de Agua Eleanor Allen 186 03/01/95 5,084 584 4,500 Building materials.
Aqueduct of Los 02/28/96
Lirios

517-94-016 La Milagrosa de Iteen Phon 385 ·12/01/94 5,938 3,208 2,730 Construction materials.
Latrines Project Angostura
11/30/95

517-94-013 Sociedad Adelita Hinojosa 100 12/01/94 814 266 548 Latrine construction costs.
Comunitaria
Latrines Project 05/31/95

EC/St. Lucia
538-94-005 National Disabled Kitty Miller 5 10/15/94 13,000 8,000 5,000 Greenhouse frame / cover
Cquncil and irrigation system.
Greenhouse 06/15/95
Production

EC/St. Vincent
538-94-007 Peoples Commission James A. Kinley 26 10/01/94 24,652 19,774 4,878 Materials and supplies.
Agricultural 01/01/95
Building
Renovation
Ecuador
518-94-017 Salacota, Azuay Richard Valeika 60 01/01/95 4,190 1,689 2,501 Construction supplies and
Province materials.
Community 04/30/95
Latrines

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community - . SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

518-94-010 EI Chimborazo Water George Kinnel 1,000 11/01/94 2,484 1,344 -1,140 Materials and supplies.
Board
Spring Water 02/28/95
System Cap

518-94-009 La Nena Chica Jewell Rutledge 292 10/01/94 5,677 1,127 4,550 Materials and supplies.
Latrinization of La 12/31/94
Nena Chica

518-94-019 EI Paso-Nabon, Carissa 1,000. 01/01/95 8,815 3,815 5,000 Materials and supplies.
Health Care Center Azuay Bongiorno
04/30/95
Construction

518-94-018 Las Nuevas Christine Samuel 250 01/01/95 6,659 2,212 4,447 Materials and supplies.
Potable Water Esperanzas
04/30/95
Supply

518-94-016 Cutuglagua, Marjorie 370 12/01/94 694 182 512 Materials and supplies.·
Community Pichincha Leventry
02/28/95
Medical Kit

518-94-015 EI Paraiso, Pastaza Stacy T. Webster 52 12/01/94 7,499 2,499 5,000 Materials and supplies.
Potable Water 06/30/95

518-94-014 -La Chacarita & Laura Kathleen 850 12/01/94 4,966 1,374 3,592 Materials and supplies.
Santa Ana Elizondo
Water System 06/30/95

269
Implementation
Project Number Community . Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

518-94-013 San Rafael, Carchi Jane Moore 35 12/01/94 5,336 1,961 3,375 Materials and supplies.
Guinea Pig 03/31/95
Production

518-94-012 Cuenca, Napo Julio de Jesus 180 12/01/94 8,013 5,041 2,972 Materials and supplies.
Special Studies Province
03/31/95
Classroom -

518-94-011 Community San Charlie 200 02/01/95 16,293 15,090 1,203 Latrine construction
Community Jacinto Tamulonis materials and supplies.
04/30/95
Latrinization

Jamaica
532-94-001 Jamaica Sea Scouts Michael Debonis 400 12/07/94 26,233 17,925 8,308 Materials and supplies.
Sea Scouts Boat 12/07/95
Repair Project

532-94-006 Salvation Army LynGary 24 12/28/94 4,647 2,147 2,500 Welding equipment,
Hanbury Homes materials and office
07/03/95
Training Project supplies.

532-94-005 Trelawny Youth Morgan Suter 26 03/23/95 12,378 6,345 6,033 Camping equipment.
Environmental Project Stationery supplies.
03/23/96
Education Program

532-94-004 Mount Edgecombe Lori Sietsema 50 12/28/94 12,240 8,098 4,142 Materials and supplies.
Sewing & Paper Community
07/03/95
Recycling Project

270
Implementation
Project~ur.nber Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title "Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Anlount Amount Amount . Use of Funds

Uruguay
528-94-002 La Centra Uruguay Amy Marie 600 10/20/94 23,269 . 13,600. 9,669 Paint supplies.
Education and Stephenson
12/20/94
Recycling

528-94-00~ Florida City OMBU Mark Sturm 100 10/01/94 5,781 3,275 2,506 Materials for educational
Nature signs.
04/15/95
Interpretation Trail

FY~1995 Quarter 1 Totals For Region: 11,376 258,841 143,072 115,769

271
Implementation
Projed Number Community , Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount ' Amount Amount Use of Funds

IA
Belize
535-95-005 Bullit Tree Falls Darlene Brody 300 11/01/95 6,092 3,214 2,878 Construction and building
Corrununity Library Group materials.
02/28/96

535-95-006 Cayo, District Team Ann Beyersdorf 100 02/01/96 345 145 200 Printing of booklet on
Training Booklet corrununity action.
06/01/96

535-95-001 Center for Brian Lake 40 06/01/95 2,740 1,990 750 Cable, tapes and soldering
Electronics Project Employment supplies.
-06/30/96

535-95-003 San Marcos Village Suzanne Arents 20 07/30/95 233 121 112 Paint, brushes and clean-up
Ass'n supplies.
Surruner Program 08/30/95

535-95-004 San Antonio Women Tarruni Nelson 35 09/15/95 1,457 599 858 Stove, fittings, bake pans
Group and cooking tools/utensils.
Baking Project 08/01/96

Bolivia
511-95-002 Culpina Corrununity Jason Strohman 900 05/01/95 13,735 11,374 2,361 Purchase of seedlings and
tools.
Tree Nursery 12/31/95

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Implem entatio n
Project Numb er Community Start Date Total Comm unity SPA
and Title Group PCV Benefi ciaries ' Finish Date Amoun t Amoun t Amoun t Use of Funds
(

511-95 -003 Comite de Agua Tristan Bodle 70 07/01/ 95 1,927 800 /1;127 Latrine constru ction
S aneam lento
. B'
aSlCO Potabl e
09/30/ 95 supplie s and materi als.
y Agua Potabl e

511-95 -004 Tanana Alta Tristan Bodle 311 08/01/ 95 2,028 901 . 1,127 Buildin g and constru ction
Potabl e Water
10/31/ 95 materi als.

Chile
513-95-001 Univer sidad del James Giesler 25 09/22/ 95 1,000 200 800 Text and reference books.
Books For Studen ts Bio-Bio
OS/24/96

513-95 -002 Rural School Susan Qashu 16 03/31/ 95 6,000 2,000 4,000 Buildin g supplie s and
Vivero s Escola res Nurser ies
03/22/ 96 materi als.

Costa Rica
515-95 -003 . Corupe Historia Susan Silber 9 11/30/ 94 2,907 1,401 1,506 Art supplie s and craft
Paint for the Future ·
08/30/ 95 materi als.

515-95 -001 San Francisco de Leon Steph anie' 140 10/08/ 95 13,636 9,036' 4,600 Constr uction materi als.
Centro de Acopio - Ramir ez
Agricu lture 12/06/ 95
Wareh ouse

515-95 -002 EI Gavilan and Dos Jeff Levon 21 10/01/ 95 6,706 2,188 4,518 Electric genera tor, roof
Cemen t Block Rios
04/08/ 96 sheets and tools.
Produc tion

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amourtt Use of Funds

Dominican Republic
517-95-001 ' El Comite Pro Agua Andrew Maxwell 25 07/01/95 4,617 2,603 2,014 Materials and
transportahon.
Latrine Project 02/28/96

517-95-004 ' Club Nuestro Mundo Douglas Marriott 45 10/01/95 5,420 2,344 3,076 Latrine construction
materials.
Latrine Project 11/30/96,

517-95-002 Cooperadores de Anthony J. Young 25 08/01/95 3,987 2,848 1,139 Latrine construction
.Sanitation Salud materials.
06/30/96
Education

517-95-003 El Comite Pro Agua Frank Gomillion 273 08/01/95 9,211 6,788 2,423 Construction materials.
Acueducto de los 01/01/96
Guazaros

EC/Grenada
538-95-002 New Life Michael 175 04/25/95 4,573 1,573 3,000 Building materials.
Multi-Purpose Organization Homenstein
04/30/96
Court Yard Repair

538-95-004 Mt. Rose Hospital Jenelle K. Johnson 280 04/01/95 9,916 4,922 4,994 Construction equipment and
Building a supplies.
08/01/95
Playground in
Grenada
EC/St. Lucia

274
Implementation
Project Number Conununity Start Date Total eolllJ.llunity SPA
and Title Group pev Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

538-95-003 Lion's Club of Vieux Traci Kodeck 150 05/01/94 7,784 4,707 3,077 Building materials.
Fort
Construction of 04/30/96
Fence

538-95-001 Desruisseaux Parish Gregory 22 05/01/95 8,986 4,986 4,000 Building and renovation
Guayante supplies.
Community Centre 08/15/95
Renovation

El Salvador
519-95-001 Miramar Cooperative Matthew Chick 200 09/01/95 3,302 2,414 888 Materials for rainwater
catchment tank and roof.
Fecho Miramar 06/30/96

519-95-002 EICarmeno Elizabeth 996 02/01/96 14,735 9,933 4,802 Materials for tree nurseries,
Municipality Shapiro teaching mat,erials and
Arboles para el 09/30/96 supplies.
Future

Jamaica
532-95-001 South Coast John Below 80 03/14/95 7,540 4,531 3,009 Tree varieties and tools.
Conservation
Environmental 03/14/95
Education Project

532-95-003 Hanbury Home Lynn Gary 750 01/01/95 2,875 375 2,500 Welding equipmenbt and
supplies.
Hanbury Home 06/30/95
Welding Project

532-95-002 S1. Mary All-Age Tim Adamczky 70 07/17/95 2,798 534 2,264 Building supplies and
School seeds.
S1. Mary All-Age 07/17/96
School Nursery

275
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount AmoUnt Amount Use of Funds

Nicaragua
524-95-002 Centro de Salud Melinda Stone 80 03/31/95 1,018 879 139 Reference texts.
Brigadista Training 08/12/95
Chinandega

524-95-006 Camoapa Boaca Jack Holland 672 03/08/95 5,693 1,929 3,764 Materials and equipment.
Latrine Cleaning Group
12/01/95

524-95-005 Ever Mendoza RobertM. 4 05/15/95 4,864 2,635 2,229 Supplies and materials.
Mendoza Community Buscaglia
10/12/95
Community Center

524-95-008 Centro de Salud Sam Pickens 25 05/01/95 613 271 342 Wood fencing posts, nails
Gardening & and tools.
07/01/95
Nutrition

524-95-009 Comarcas Maria V. Llerena 10 05/30/95 514 189 325 Poster board, markers and
"Donde no Hay Brigaadistas other training materials.
08/01/95
Doctor"
Bridgadista
524-95-001 Comedor Infantil, Juan Barba 77 10/09/95 4,178 3,054 1,124 Construction materials and
Comedor Infantil Tola skilled masons.
11/20/95
Relocation

524-95-003 Tisma Health . Terrence E. Young 13 08/01/95 82 18 64 Purchase of the health


Workers worker's guide.
Improving Health 09/01/95
Care

276
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total .Community, SPA
·and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

524-95-004 Mateare Brigades ThomasJ. 200 08/15/95 33,892 30,454 3,438 Materials and equipment
Trepanier for environmental
Planting Life for 11/03/95
conservation program.
the Future

524-95-007 Boaco Community Deborah 38 08/01/95 1,312 875 437. Reading materials and
Loescher eyeglass testing and fitting.
Literacy Project 11/30/95

Panama
525-95-001 San Jose de Ocu Kevin Leque 500 03/01/95 2,875 1,350 1,:525 Fence posts, wire and
supplies.
Deer Project D6/30/95

525-95-002 La Pintada Cascajal Jason Van 70 03/01/95 2,908 584 2,324 Roofing sheets, nails,
Driesche screws and cement.
New Roof for the 06/30/95
School

525-95-003 . Pagua Code Paul 171 04/01/95 1,857 802 1,055 Roofing sheets, nails and
Sermersheim cement.
Latrine Project 05/31/95

525-Q5-004 Province of Herrera Andrew Perchlik 500 05/01/95 1,650 400 1,250 Printing and publication of
booklet.
Environrnehtal 06/30/95
Education (Booklet)

525-95-005 Unreported Erin O'Bryan 30 05/08/95 260 50 210 Materials and supplies.
Environmental 05/19/95
Education SemInar

277
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

Paraguay
526-95-095 .' Junta de Sanamiento Sean Allen 531 12/01/94 7,740 2,422 5,318 Artesian well drilling and
Pozo Artesiano corinection to water system.
03/30/95
Amendment

526-95-096 Comision de Damas Cyle Nielsen 435 01/01/95 13,673 3,633 10,040 Construction and outfitting
Apoyo a Ninos workshop for job skills
08/30/95
Especiales training.

526-95-097 , Club de Mujeres Paula Racey 200 03/01/95 1,795 670 1,125 Beekeeping equipment.
Beekeeping Project Production of a
06/30/95
Spanish-language training
video.

526-95-098 Comision Pro-Bridge Lee Anne Adams 240 03/01/95 17,647 7,520 10,127 Construction grade timber.
Construction of a 05/30/95
Bridge

526-95-099 Comite de Carlos Bilbrant 23 03/20/95 3,181 2,162 1,019 Grain mill.
Diversifiacion de Agricultures
12/31/95
la Producion
Agropecuaria
526-95-100 Kure Porave Hagua Paul D. Ebner 1,000 04/01/95 6,990 1,722 5,268 Construction materials,
Swine Project Pegua small machinery, seed
09/30/95
stock.

526-95-101 San Miguel Jeffrey Monnin 175 05/01/95 20,051 10,051 10,000 Water system materials
Running Water and supplies.
12/31/95
Project

278
Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Beneficiaries Finish, Date Amount Amount Amount Use of Funds

526-95-106 Calle Bertori Deborah 600 06/01/95 26,580 19,277 7,303 Partial cost of water tank,
Water System Association Casanova pumping system and
02/28/96
connections to well-head. ,

526-96-102 Cariy Lorna Women's Mary Donovan 8 08/01/95 6,288 1,655 4,633 Building and construction
Cooperative Group materials. Initial brood
07/30/96
Women's Group stock and feed.

526-95-109 Calle Naciente Ass'n Andrea Hansis 600 08/01/95 25,681 18,416 7,265 Partial cost of pump,
Water System controls and plumbing
02/28/96
fixtures.

Uruguay
528-95-003 Eco Ganjas de Salto Timothy O"Hara 70 05/01/95 4,607 2,107 2,500 Workshop materials and
Soil Regeneration supplies.
11/15/95
Research Project

528-95-002 Comunite La Casilla Mike Ginsburg 60 04/01/95 1,003 478 525 Greenhouse construction
Rural Greenhouse materials.
12/31/95
Construction

528-95-001 School Inspectorate William 800 06/01/95 2,400 900 1,500 Audio-visual equipment,
Resource Center Matthews materials and
12/31/95'
investigative materials.

528-95-004 Technical University Sarah Hawkin.s 190 06/30/95 52,600 48,800 3,800 Books, visual aids and
Circulating Library educational materials.
12/01/95

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Implementation
Project Number Community Start Date Total Community SPA
and Title Group PCV Bimeficiaries Finish Date Amount Amount Amount . Use of Funds

FY-1995 Quarter 2,3 and 4· Totals For Region: 12,400 396,502 245,830 150,672

280
SPA Grant Amount
Project Code Project Title Community Group PCVName In Local Currency'
(1 USD = 12 Lps. Approx)

Honduras
522-95-157 Asociacion Nor-Occidental de Piscicultores , Toyos Justine Schremp 1,060

522-95-161 Capacitacion de Lideres La Iguala Miguel Kefover -6,260

522-95-163 Gira Agricola San Rafael Sherry Dean 735

522-95-164 Champa Agricola - Fena Sta. Barbara Santa Barbara Sherry Dean 1,016

522-95-166 Gira Educativa de Lideres Agricola Zona de Caiquin Rachel Rankin 5,132

522-95-167 Gira Agricola Tierra Blanca Margaret Roberts 3,831

522-95:"175 Curso Educativo Agricola Concepcion Allen Clinton 7,834

522-95-176 Champa "La Campa" San Sebastian Jason Robertson 2,009

522-95-177 Curso Zamorano Yamaranquita Kathleen Boyle 4,403

522-95-179 Capacitacion Conservacion de Suelas Piedras Amarillas Miguel Villareal 4,578

522-95-003 EI Progreso San Isidro Robert Franks 13,500

522-95-005 Gira Educativa y Dia de Campo SanJuan de Opoa Brady Quinn 1,050

522-95-006 Amplicacion Champa Agricola Nivei N acional Jason Robertson 31,949

522-95-010 Champa Agricola Morazan Lori Hoepf 903

522-95-011 Curso Piscicola Zamorano Mezapa, Tela. Justine Schremp 500

281
SPA Grant Amount
Project Code Project Title Community Group PCVName In Local Currency
(1 USD = 12 Lps. Approx)

522-95-015 Curso Zcunorano San Jeronimo Laura Wilkinson 220

522-95-016 Champa Educativa - La Entrada La Entrada Lisa Almon 342

522-95-017 Champa Agricola "la 3ra. Ola" Gracias Frank Robinson 3,428

522-95-018 Proyecto Liderazgo Santiago de Puringla Rajeev Swami 4,351

522-95-019 Champa Educativa La Esperqnza Allen Clinton 4,659

. 522-95-023 Chcunpa Agricola L Arada Rita Stranik 277

522-95-025 Capacitacion de Agricultores San Antonio y S. Jeronimo Laura Wilkinson 11,450

522-95-156 Seminario de Medio Ambiente El Paraiso John Deblee 3,887

522-95-165 Mantengamos Limpia Nuestra Ciudad Yusearan Rachel Bruhnke 1,949

522-95-180 Capacitacion de Fcunilia en RBC Cedros Kelly McGowan 12,200

522-95-001 Parque Infantil "Jobeth Anderson" Santa Barbara JoBeth Anderson 10,000

522-95-029 Educacion Ambiental Batalia Michael Smith 3,886

522-95-153 Capacitacion Guardianes Valtecillo AmyOggel 500

522-95-154 Capacitacion Sobre Medicine Natural Azaacuallpa Valle Danielle Marone 2,856

522-95-159 Cosecha de Aguas Liuvias LaComena Katie Bucklen 24,975

522-95-170 Proyecto de Agua Potable Hato de Animas Amy Kostishaek 2,300

282
SPA Grant Amount
Project Code Project Title Community Group PCVName In Local Currency
(1 USD = 12 Lps. Approx)

522-95-182 Como Planear Mi Vida Liure Karen Ogrodowczyk 716

522-95-004 Capacitacion "Donde No Hay Doctor" Opatoro Alisa Burnett 50

522-95-012 Capacitacion "Donde No Hay Doctor" Sta. Rosa Lorrie Harris 124

522-95-014 Monitoreo y Crecimiento de los Nino S.B. y Aldeas Lindsay Ransom 2,404

522-95-020 Latrinization El Cutuquito Pablo Sagaribay 5,400

522-95-022 Capacitacion Guardinanes de Salud La Lima Susan Bacheller 1,641

522-95-024 Sistema Abastecimiento de Agua La Albardia, Sulaco Jeannine Rios 16,021

522-95-026 Donde No Hay Doctor Cabanas Tania Bulkovic 770

522-95-027 Curso de Plantas Medicinales Jutiquile Deanne Redwine 525

522-95-028 "Donde No Hay Doctor" Subirana Ghotai Ghazlalam 490

522-95-155 Educacion Ambiental - Festival de Arriz Jesus de Otoro Thomas Hebert 7,200

522-95-168 Estalas Lorenas Quebrada Grande Stephen George 5,890

522-95-171 Delimitacion Refugio Erapuca La Union Brian Hopkins 951·

522-95-172 Capacitacion Construccion Estufas Solares El Boqueron Robert West 1,079

522-95-181 EducacionAmbiental de Intibuca La Esperanza Jason Humble 685

522-95-007 Finca de Lena Montana Guanacaure Andrew Gurevitz 685

283
SPA Grant Amount
Project Code Project Title Community Group PCVName In Local Currency
(1 USD =12 Lps. Approx)

522-95-008 Camisetas Medio Ambiente Yuscaran Laura Oberts 3,000

522-95-021 Camisetas de Funda Songuera Shari Davis 4,680

522-95-160 Marketing Workshop and Junior Achievement La Esperanza Roberto Lagdameo 1,361

522-95-162 Expoventa Artesanai Catacamas Tiril.Othy Berg 7,000

522-95-169 Negocios para Campesinas San Juan Pueblo Tim Richey 5,774

522-95-173 Apoyo Para El Pequeno Comerciante Sonaguera Juan Alderete 5,000

522-95-152 Women's Leadership Workshop Unreported Kurt Jankee 11,940

522-95-158 Latrine Project Nejapa, E1 Nispero Victoria Stein 1,742

522-95-174 Proyecto de Agua Potable Guata Brent Price 3,000

522-95-002 Proyecto Ecueducto y Pilas Nueva Esperancita Ellen Ziegmeier 6,789

522-95-009 Program Review Unreported 21,127

Total Grants, In Lempira: 288,084

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