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SOUTHERN CORRIDOR CO LTD

PROJECT PROPOSAL

SAFE WATER FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND LOCAL COMMUNITIES DAR ES SALAAM

Prepared by: Southern Corridor Co Limited P. O. Box 32711 DAR ES SALAAM Tel/fax: +255-718-895366 Email: info@sc.co.tz Contact Persons: Mr. Armand John Mselle (+255787848455) Mr. Emmanuel Jere (+255717444645)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0 PROJECT INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................... 1 1.1 Background ....................................................................................................................... 1 1.2 Objective ........................................................................................................................... 1 1.3 Rationale ........................................................................................................................... 2 1.4 Innovation/Effectiveness ................................................................................................... 2 2.0 PROBLEM DEFINITION..................................................................................................... 2 3.0 PROJECT SOLUTION ......................................................................................................... 3 4.0 PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION .......................................................................................... 4 5.0 PROJECT BENEFICIARIES ................................................................................................ 6 6.0 EXPECTED IMPACT .......................................................................................................... 6 7.0 MEASURABILITY .............................................................................................................. 6 8.0 ORGANIZATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY: PROJECT TEAM ............................................ 7 9.0 RISK EVALUATION ........................................................................................................... 8 10.0 FINANCIAL VIABILITY .................................................................................................. 9 APPENDIX 1: OPTIONS FOR THE SAFE WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEMS ................. 11

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1.0 PROJECT INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background Our very life depends on clean drinking water. We can survive without food for up to 2 months, but without water, we will die within 3 days. Contaminated drinking water is a worldwide crisis, and the situation is getting worse, not better. The impact in underdeveloped counties is staggering, resulting in needless suffering and death where the struggle for life is already difficult. The World Health Organization reported that:        80% of all illnesses result directly from waterborne pathogens. 5 million people, most of them children, die each year from diarrhea. The primary cause of diarrhea is contaminated drinking water. 2.5 billion incidents of illness are caused by contaminated water every year. 50% of hospitalizations result from waterborne disease. The leading cause of death for children under the age of five is infection from waterborne diseases. At any one time, approximately one billion people suffer from diseases contracted by consuming contaminated water. 1.2 billion people do not have access to safe drinking water. The World Health Organization predicts that by 2025, this number will increase to more than 2 billion.

Safe Water for Public Schools and Local Communities Dar es Salaam project envisages offering a solution by providing water purification units in public schools and local communities in Dar es Salaam. 1.2 Objective The main objective in this project is to provide Safe Water Purification units disinfect microbiologically contaminated water by combining two time-tested technologies. Safe Water Purification units use the heat of the sun to kill water-borne pathogens and make water safe to drink. It is a common misconception that water must be boiled to be disinfected. In fact, water can be pasteurized, just like milk, juices, wine and beer. Independent laboratory tests confirm that our Safe Water Purification units are 99.999% effective in destroying microbiological contaminants, including all disease-causing bacteria, viruses and protozoa. Safe Water Purification units are more effective in purifying water than chlorine, UV radiation, household filters or slow sand filters. Safe Water Purification units are a simple, effective, long-term solution to the contaminated drinking water crisis. Our mission is to improve the health, well-being and quality of life for millions of people worldwide. The project will initially be implemented in three municipalities of Temeke, Kinondoni and Ilala in Dar es Salaam region and later extended to other parts of Tanzania.

1.3 Rationale Southern Corridor Company Ltd will embark on the Safe Water for Public Schools and Local Communities Dar es Salaam project to initiate safe water supply in Tanzania. The success of this project will prompt replication in other parts of the country. Although Tanzania has substantial sources of water, availability of safe and clean water and the respective supply throughout the country is still limited. The provision of safe water to vulnerable populace is expected to enhance health living and sanitation initiatives in the local communities. 1.4 Innovation/Effectiveness Safe water pasteurizers are an innovative solution to provide safe water in local communities at affordable costs to the users. The project will introduce safe water purification units in the public schools and local communities to facilitate safe water supply. This stand-alone system uses sunlight for generating electricity, which pasteurizes the water to make it safe for drinking. The safe water supply system is very easy to install and replace and require little maintenance and completely serviceable. The Southern Corridor Company Limited will be providing technical support in the water systems installation and will provide maintenance services. With this system, the project will extend to cover schools, hospitals and community centers in the local communities in Dar es Salaam. To achieve effective collection of fee-for-service income, local leaders and the project team will discuss to put strategies for revenue collection that will be used to finance sustainable use of the equipment to enhance continued safe water supply after the project completion. Furthermore, the companys local office will continue to operate to administer revenue collection and maintenance operations of the installed safe water supply systems. 2.0 PROBLEM DEFINITION Access to clean and safe water in public primary schools and local communities continues to be a major problem in most areas in Tanzania despite the countrys commitment to improving the well being and overall development of the people as reflected in all key policies and strategies including National Vision 2025 and the National Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty (NSGRP). The importance of water for peoples well being and overall socio economic development of the country is well articulated in these policies and strategies, and the water sector remains one of the priority areas in national development efforts. However, low coverage of water supply remains a problem not only to local communities, but in all areas including rural and urban areas as well. A National Water Sector Development Strategy for 2006 to 2015 puts in place the operational framework for policy implementation. The strategy outlines the institutional framework for the provision of water supply, sewerage and sanitation services. Roles for all key actors are stipulated in the Strategy, including those of the ministry responsible for water, Water Supply and Sanitation Authorities (WSSAs), service providers, community owned water supply organisations, the regulatory authority, municipal and district councils, village councils and other relevant ministries such as PMO RALG and the Ministry of Health. The strategy takes note of the persistent problem of inadequate water supply and sanitation services to low income groups in urban and peri urban areas who live in unplanned settlements in dense concentrations of low 2

cost housing. Southern Corridor Co Ltd envisages being one of the key stakeholders in resolving the problem of poor supply of clean and safe water, especially in primary schools and local communities after a survey conducted by the company indicated high risk of water-borne diseases among students and local communities in Dar es Salaam. Most primary schools in local communities have very poor water supply with most areas depending on water from wells with dirty surroundings as shown in Figure 4.1 and Figure 4.2 below. Figure 4.1 Local Community Residents at a Water Well

Figure 4.2 Primary School Pupils at a Water Well

3.0 PROJECT SOLUTION The proposed Safe Water for Public Schools and Local Communities Dar es Salaam project is a small-scale clean and safe water supply project to enhance health living in the local communities in the country. It is designed as a blueprint to pave the way for similar projects to help enhance supply of clean and safe water to help reduce water related diseases in Tanzania. The project will help to trigger and materialize Tanzanias political will through MKUKUTA and Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to move towards supply or clean and safe water to the 3

populace. It will also directly contribute to building of local institutional, human and technical capacity for the implementation of clean and safe water supplies and sanitary initiatives by sharing knowledge and expertise with Sothern Corridor Company Ltds water engineers and management team, and with other relevant governmental institutions, donors and stakeholders. 4.0 PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION The purpose of this conceptual proposal is to describe the scope of services that can be provided by Safe Water Purification Systems and how our safe water pasteurization technology offers a cost-effective solution to the contaminated drinking water crisis. The proposed project has 4 phases: 1. Project Design 2. Project Implementation 3. Health and Sanitation Education 4. Project Monitoring and Evaluation PHASE 1: Project Design Scope: The project team in conjunction with the Project Partners, will design, specify, coordinate, manage, implement, monitor and evaluate a program to install Safe Water Purification units in the selected location. Project Partners may include a funding organization, an implementing organization, one or more government agencies, and the project beneficiaries. Because of their involvement in the communities they serve, key stakeholders in the target areas are able to identify and describe the social, cultural and political conditions. Since local partners in the target areas typically have excellent working relationships with community leaders, they are well-positioned to interface between the beneficiaries, Safe Water Systems and the Project Partners. Selection of sites for installation of the water purification systems: In conjunction with the funding organization, the project will specify site selection criteria in order to maximize the potential for successful installations. Selection criteria includes aspects such as water supply conditions, public health indicators, community involvement/level of organization, ambient temperature, sunlight conditions, as well as social, cultural and political considerations. Detailed Planning: the project will prepare a detailed implementation plan for each installation site. To help ensure a successful project, community leaders and beneficiaries will all be engaged from the initial stages to participate in the planning process. Community involvement is essential for 1) determining the best sites for the project, 2) discussing social and cultural aspects of the project, and 3) coordinating a health education program. Technical Design and Equipment Specification: Once the installation sites are chosen, the technical design aspects of the project can be determined. An important factor in the design process is determining how the water source (river, lake, stream, shallow well, etc.) will be connected to the Safe Water Purification. Once this and other site specific conditions are identified, the project budget may be finalized.

The project size is easily scalable and can be sized according to the available funding, the number of people to be served, or the number of systems to be installed. For the purpose of scaling the project, each Safe Water Purification unit can provide safe drinking water for approximately 500 people. Possible installation sites may include village centers, health clinics, hospitals, schools and orphanages. Safe Water Systems will provide all the necessary equipment for a complete installation. The equipment components include: Safe water purification system Installation kit including filter, pipe, pipe fittings Foundation materials and installation hardware kit Safe water tank and supply tank (if required) Tower kit (if required) Spare parts PHASE 2: Project Implementation Equipment Procurement and Delivery: Once specified, the equipment can be ordered and purchased. During the procurement process, the project will handle shipping arrangements; including coordinating freight forwarders, shipping companies, and import agents. Equipment will be shipped by ocean freight in container-load quantities. Import duty waivers for humanitarian projects, if available, will be obtained in advance of shipment. Installation Project Staff Training: the project will travel to the project country to train installation crews. Installation of safe water purification systems is not difficult and can be accomplished by people with basic mechanical or plumbing experience. Project staff will be trained to accomplish pre-installation site analysis, Safe water purification systems installation, system maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair service. Quality Control: the project will supervise the installation crews and carry out quality control inspections to insure proper installation and system performance. PHASE 3: Safe Water, Health and Sanitation Education A key element in the success of a safe drinking water project is including an educational component. It is essential to teach users the importance of clean water, how water becomes contaminated, how people get sick from contaminated water, how safe water can become recontaminated, how illness can be prevented through proper sanitation and hand washing, etc. The project will coordinate a comprehensive health education program for the project recipients with Southern Corridor Co Ltd and local health officials. Independent, health-oriented NGOs may be contracted to perform the work. Community leaders will be involved in the planning and implementation of the safe water, health and sanitation education program. PHASE 4: Project Monitoring and Evaluation To evaluate the effectiveness of the project, a comparison will be made of conditions before and after the installation. The project will coordinate testing of the water to document effectiveness, and monitor the systems performance for a period of time. Independent organizations may be 5

requested to carry out the testing and evaluation. Findings and conclusions will be provided in the final report. 5.0 PROJECT BENEFICIARIES Safe Water for Public Schools and Local Communities Dar es Salaam project will benefit primary school pupils and local people and the government of the United Republic of Tanzania. 6.0 EXPECTED IMPACT The impact of having safe drinking water is tremendous:  Lives are saved  Illnesses are greatly reduced  Health is dramatically improved  Economic conditions improve  Educational opportunities improve The project will offer many other benefits:  After initial purchase, there are no on-going expenses  No electricity or fuel is needed, they can be used anywhere the sun shines  No replacement parts or supplies are needed  Low per-capita cost, less than $0.50 per person per year  No operating cost  Automatic operation. A skilled technician is not required  Practically no maintenance  High reliability for sustainable, long-term operation  Life expectancy of 15+ years  Saves time or money where fuel is gathered or purchased to boil water  Reduces deforestation and air pollution where wood is used to boil water 7.0 MEASURABILITY The project will not directly test the cost and performance of safe water purification systems or other water supply options. It will, however, very accurately measure the extent to which safe water purification can successfully be used in a cost-competitive manner to access the critical opportunities and services elsewhere. The data generated by this project will then be compared to other technologies for assessment of overall sustainability. For measuring the success of the project in the project areas, monitored activities and outcomes will be assessed to see the effectiveness of the project. Each objective and activity will have an indicator to gauge the performance. Results to be monitored and the qualitative and quantitative measures to be used in assessing the main activities will be as describe below. Activity Indicator 6 Measurement

Acquisition of materials and Number of equipment and equipment other items acquired for implementation of the project Meeting local government Number of meetings leaders Recruitment of staff among Number of 1staff recruited local people Organizing and running Number staff trained training for staff Organizing & running training Number of local leaders for local leaders trained in basic elements of the project Organizing & running training Number of users trained in for users basic operation of the safe water purification systems Installation of the safe water Number of safe water systems purification systems Monitoring and evaluation Number of monitoring and evaluation operations of the project Report writing A written project report

The number of items obtained for the project Meetings convened to discuss project implementation Recruitment of 30 local people as planned Training activities organized and conducted Training activities organized and conducted for local leaders Training activities organized and conducted for users Number of safe water systems installed Number of monitoring activities undertaken and successful completion of the evaluation exercise. A completed project report disseminated to stakeholders.

8.0 ORGANIZATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY: PROJECT TEAM The Southern Corridor Co Ltd has a tremendous track record in innovative project solutions and other related installations in Tanzania and deals with a variety of related products, services and solutions. Since its establishment in 2002, the company has now transformed into a rapid growing small and medium enterprise with well establishment technical operations to guide implementation of various projects and investments. The company already has in place various rules, procedures and regulations governing its operations. These include environmental policy, employment policy, financial regulations, staff rules and regulations and others, which are critical to effective implementation of the project. A well-designed reporting system is in place to guide staff in communicating performance of various activities and the company as a whole. The company will develop monitoring and evaluation systems that will guide reporting of the performance of the project activities in an effective and timely manner to support decisionmaking by the project team. Furthermore, Southern Corridor Co Ltd has consulted The Carlton Corporate Centre Ltd for technical support on project management and Rural Natures and Environmental Resources Co Ltd for advisory and quality control checks as they have extensive experience in rural projects and water management projects. The Carlton Corporate Centre Ltd will participate in monitoring and evaluation of the project activities as well as in the summative evaluation of the project.

Project Organization, Roles and Responsibilities To ensure successful implementation and completion of the project, a mixture of experts in project management and safe water purification systems installations and distribution will play key roles in the project. The project team will comprise the following professionals: 1) Project Specialists 2) Electrical Engineers 3) Project Accountants 4) Project Administrators The project team members will have internationally recognized qualifications in a related technical fields and project management. We also understand the need for the team members to have a good understanding and knowledge of water engineering and resources management systems.

9.0 RISK EVALUATION In the design of this project, the following major risk factors were taken into consideration: relative low incomes of the targeted local community population; prolonged rain seasons in some areas of implementation; low technical skills and levels of education; and high prices of electrical appliances. The fact that almost all safe water purifcation equipment is imported into the country also presents a major risk. However, the project has inbuilt features to alleviate these risks. Other project risks can be summarized as follows: Type of Risk Financial Risks Delay or interruption for other sources of revenue to provide financing for the project No capacity for local people to participate financially Delay in materials supply & faults Difficulties for users to take charge of the maintenance cost. Possibility of failing to reach villages due to poor roads during rainy season Measures to Avoid or Minimize the Risks Necessity for identified sources of finance to timely remit funds. Need for enhancing local people to have financial commitment. Establish clear supply plan and provide well established specifications. Coordination will have to be done by the Project Leader with the local people to find solutions. Logistics plans to be established with consideration to weather forecasts.

Financial

Equipment

Implementation

Logistics challenges

10.0 FINANCIAL VIABILITY The safe water for public schools and local communities project is expected to cost US$264,450.00 for safe water purification systems installation in Dar es Salaam. Appendix 2 shows the project budget. The main items in the budget include the following: Personnel Expenses These include salaries and other benefits for project leader, electrical engineers, project accountant and administrative, drivers and security staff. Casual labourers to be recruited among the local people are also included. A total of US$33,120.00 will be spent on this item, which is 22% of the total budget. Materials and Equipment A total of US$190,200.00 will be used for purchase of materials and equipment for installing safe water purification systems. Training Training events will be held for each district to equip project staff, local government leaders and prospective users of the safe water purification systems. Each training workshop will be designed to carter for provision knowledge and skills relevant for successful implementation and operation of the safe water purification solution project. A total cost estimate of US$4,950.00 will go into organizing and running the training events. Travel Travel costs include project team transport to project site and transport within the project site during implementation of the project activities. This will cost US$4,000.00. Other Costs The main item here is the service maintenance fee which covers all system components. The service fee also includes the labour cost of employing two technicians and an office administrator. The service fees paid by the users will be paid into a project trust account from which future maintenance and product replacement would be financed. Any excess funds will be used for project extension to other parts of Tanzania. Monitoring, Evaluation and Information Dissemination Successful project implementation requires designing an effective monitoring system for collecting data to support decision-making. And summative evaluation is required at the end of the project to measure the achievements attained. This exercise will be implemented in collaboration with The Carlton Corporate Centre Ltd and Rural Natures and Environment Resources Co Ltd. General Administration/Overhead

Rent, stationeries and office consumables to support smooth implementation of the project activities are the main cost items in this category and the cost is estimated at US$3,480.00.

Financing Sources Donors financial support of US100,000.00 is vital to successful implementation of the first phase of this project. The Southern Corridor Co Ltd will set aside US$10,000.00 as well and other sources of finance will be consulted to ensure smooth completion of the project. While working on this project, the company is consulting The GEF Small Grants program for project support amounting to US38,580.00 for the first year of the project and possibly subsequent years as we plan to extend the project coverage to other rural areas in the country. Project Breakeven Because of the high up-front costs involved, this project is expected to break-even during the second year of operation. It is however expected break-even will occur within the 18 months of commencement of the project. Through a network of ground officers and local sales representatives, more efforts will be deployed to further accelerate the sales figure. With more international and local organizations establishing charity operations to support development efforts in Tanzania, we expect that successful results of the projects first phase will prompt donations, grants and other financial and technical support that will ensure continuity of the project and extension into other parts of Tanzania. 11. CONCLUSION As it has been 10,000 people, mostly primary school pupils, die every day because of diseases contracted from contaminated water. By working together with our Project Partners, we have the capability to implement large-scale safe drinking water programs that will immediately save lives, reduce human suffering and greatly improve the quality of life for those served.

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APPENDIX 1: OPTIONS FOR THE SAFE WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEMS

OPTION A: 1300GPD Water Station


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 22 15DG-12 boost pump 0835 FRP vessel manual multitandem valve F56E superior silica sand 4-16 mesh superior active carbon 4-12 mesh 20 PP filter cartridge ULP31-4040 RO membrane CDL2-90 S/S multistage pump BIO post mineralized generator CL10RO Post active carbon filter S310K-CNY Coin-operated Device Embedded IC card System PA6 Pessure switch YF-21 electronic flowmetre 0-1MPa Hydraulic pressure metre 0-4MPa Hydraulic pressure metre ZS-15B solenoid pilot actuated valve SLP-15B solenoid pilot actuated valve ZYT16 Time Controller switch Float switch 20W Fluorescent light 4 W Fluorescent light 20W UV germicidal sterilamp 1000mg ozone generator 3sets 2sets 1set 1set 1set 11 2sets 1set 1set 1set 1set 1set 1set 2sets 1set 1set 1set 1set 2sets 1set 1set 1set 10kgs 10kgs

1set

22 22 22

s/s water tank 660*400*640mm electrical component U-PVC pipe connector

1set assorted 1set

OPTION B: 800GPD water station


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 15DG-12 boost pump 0835 FRP vessel 1set 1set 1set 10kgs 10kgs

manual multitandem valve F56E superior silica sand 4-16 mesh superior active carbon 4-12 mesh 20 PP filter cartridge ULP31-4021 RO membrane CM-240W electric transformator EC4021-800A membrane pump BIO post mineralized generator CL10RO Post active carbon filter S310K-CNY Coin-operated Device Embedded IC card System PA6 Pessure switch YF-21 electronic flowmetre 0-1MPa Hydraulic pressure metre ZS-15B solenoid pilot actuated valve 2sets

1set 1set 1set 1set 1set 1set 1set 2sets 1set 1set 1set 2sets

SLP-15B solenoid pilot actuated valve ZYT16 Time Controller switch Float switch 20W Fluorescent light 4 W Fluorescent light 20W UV germicidal sterilamp 3sets 2sets 1set

1set

1set 12

24 25 26 27

1000mg ozone generator s/s water tank 570*400*600mm electrical component U-PVC pipe connector

1set 1set assorted 1set

OPTION C: 400GPD Water Station


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 20 Precise Filter 20 PP filter cartridge active carbon filter cartridge ULP-3020 RO membrane 24V/3A electric transformator EC-101-400 membrane pump BIO post mineralized generator CL10RO Post active carbon filter S310K-CNY Coin-operated Device Embedded IC card System PA6 Pessure switch YF-21 electronic flowmetre 0-1MPa Hydraulic pressure metre 2sets 1set 1set 1set 1set 1set 1set 1set 1set 1set 2sets 1set 1set

FLOW300-650 solenoid pilot actuated valve 1set SLP-15B solenoid pilot actuated valve ZYT16 Time Controller switch Float switch 20W Fluorescent light 4 W Fluorescent light 20W UV germicidal sterilamp 1000mg ozone generator s/s water tank 570*400*600mm 3sets 2sets 1set 1set 1set 1set 13 1set

1set

23 24

electrical component U-PVC pipe connector

assorted 1set

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Water treatment processes: Total processes of water treatment in 9 stages, ensure purified RO water meet international standard.

400GPD 800GPD

1300GPD

Appearance design could be customized comply with each target areas requirement!

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SOUTHERN CORRIDOR COMPANY LTD


RURAL SOLAR POWER SOLUTION PROJECT

BUDGET AND FINANCIAL PROJECTIONS

Project ID #

2012/01

PROJECT COSTS

YEAR ONE YEAR TWO YEAR THREE A B C B C B C Unit cost in Number Total cost Number Total cost Number Total cost USD of units (A*B) of units (A*B) of units (A*B)

Personnel Project Team Leader Water Engineers Project Accountant Administrative Staff, Drivers & Guards Casual Labourers sub-total Personnel Materials and Equipment 1300 GPD Water Purification System sub-total Materials and Equipment Training Technical training for recruited locals Training for local leaders Training for households

$ $ $ $ $

3,600.00 3,120.00 3,000.00 1,800.00 840.00

1 1 1 6 15

$ 3,600 $ 3,120 $ 3,000 $ 10,800 $ 12,600 $ 33,120 $ 190,200 $ 190,200 $ $ $ $ $ $ 200 750 4,000 4,950

1 1 1 6 15

$ 3,600 $ 3,120 $ 3,000 $ 10,800 $ 12,600 $ 33,120 $ 190,200 $ 190,200 $ $ $ $ $ $ 200 750 4,000 4,950

1 1 1 6 15

$ 3,600 $ 3,120 $ 3,000 $ 10,800 $ 12,600 $ 33,120 $ 190,200 $ 190,200 $ $ $ $ $ $ 200 750 4,000 4,950

$ 1,902.00

100

100

100

$ $ $ $ $

200.00 150.00 200.00 -

1 5 20

1 5 20

1 5 20

sub-total Training Travel Staff travel Travel within project area

$ $ $ $ $

100.00 300.00 -

4 12

sub-total Travel Other Maintenance & related costs sub-total Other $ 100.00 100

$ $ $ $ $ $

400 3,600 4,000

4 12

$ $ $ $ $ $

400 3,600 4,000

4 12

$ $ $ $ $ $

400 3,600 4,000

$ 10,000 $ 10,000

100

$ 10,000 $ 10,000

100

$ 10,000 $ 10,000

Monitoring/Evaluation/Information Dissemination Data collection $ 500.00 Summative evaluation $ 12,000.00 Report Presentation Workshops $ 4,000.00 Evaluation report distribution $ 1,200.00 $ sub-total Evaluation/Info Dissemination General Administration/Overhead Rent Utilities Stationery supplies & office consumables Other administrative expenses sub-total General Admin/Overhead Total Project Expenses

3 1 1 1

$ 1,500 $ 12,000 $ 4,000 $ 1,200 $ $ 18,700

3 1 1 1

$ 1,500 $ 12,000 $ 4,000 $ 1,200 $ $ 18,700

3 1 1 1

$ 1,500 $ 12,000 $ 4,000 $ 1,200 $ $ 18,700

$ $ $ $ $

150.00 50.00 50.00 40.00 -

12 12 12 12

$ $ $ $ $ $

1,800 600 600 480 3,480

12 12 12 12

$ $ $ $ $ $

1,800 600 600 480 3,480

12 12 12 12

$ $ $ $ $ $

1,800 600 600 480 3,480

$ 264,450

$ 264,450

$ 264,450

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