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TABLE OF CONTENTS

List of Tables and Figures……………………………………………………Page


List of Acronyms …………………………………………………………………

Section 1 Project Description.……………………………………………………

1.1 Description of need / Rationale for project………………………………………

1.2 Target Beneficiary Population Description……………………………………..

1.3 Propose Location / Geographical Coverage ……………………………………

1.4 Project Objectives……………………………………………………………….

1.5 Proposed Activities

1.6 Expected Results

1.7 Anticipated challenges and ways of Dealing with them

1.8 Linkages with other stakeholder / community involvement

Section 2:
Section 3: Personnel and Roles and Responsibilities
Section 4: Organizational Experience in Health / Mariel Programme
Section 5: Monitoring and Evaluate Plan
Section 6: cost
LIST OF ACCRONYS

GLOMEF Global Media Foundation


SMWF Sixth March Women Foundation.
GHANET Ghana HIV / AIDS Network.
META Medicine Transplant Alliance.
HIV Human Immune Virus.
AIDS Acquire Immune Deficiency Syndrome.
MOH Ministry of Health.
OPD Out Patient Department.
DHMT District Health Management Team.
IPTP Intermittent Preventive Treatment
LLIN Long Lasting Insecticide Net
CBAs Community Base Agent.
GHS Ghana Health Service
CSO Civil Society Organization.
NGO Non Governmental Organization
OVC Orphans and Vulnerable Children.
PLHIV People Living With Human Immune Virus.
NMCP National Malarial Control Programme.
M&E Monitoring and Evaluation.
USAID United State Agency for International Development.
DACs District AIDS Committees.
CBV Community Based Volunteers.
Applicant Information Sheet:

Organization Name: Global Media Foundation (GLOMEF)/ Sixth March Women’s


Foundation(SMWF)
Contact Information Project Coordinators
Mailing Address: Name:
P.O. Box 2159, Mrs. Elizabeth Frimpong
Sunyani, B/A Victor Fosu Boamah

Physical Address: Title: Executive Director/Director of Operations


VAG Hall,
behind Sunyani Municipal Assembly Contact Information:
Sunyani-Kumasi Main Road globalmediafoundation@yahoo.com
sixthmarchfoundation@yahoo.com
0244 111 269
Telephone: 0243 079 168
03520 28789/0209323715/0243 079 168
Fax:
Bank Account Information (bank name and account number): Year Founded:
National Investment Bank –Sunyani branch –200 - 06020868-01 GLOMEF- 26th July,
Zenith Bank –Sunyani branch -0009061703816 2005
SMWF- July, 1996
Registration Number: Annual Budget:
SMWF -G. 7-056 SMWF –36, 000
GLOMEF – G- 26,940 GLOMEF - 48,000

Brief Description of the Organization’s Mission:


Concerned over the suffering on the continent of Africa, especially Ghana, Global Media
Foundation (GLOMEF) was formed to address the woes of the continent, which have made life
very miserable for the people, especially the youth, children and Women. The goal of GLOMEF
is to become a vibrant voice for the voiceless; soliciting, linking and facilitating the needed
resources for sustainable development. We use the power of the media to bring about social
change in society
The vision of GLOMEF is to have a society where people’s rights are respected and their well
being is guaranteed through effective collaboration’.

Our mission is to work with deprived communities, excluded and poor people in eradicating
poverty, hunger and social injustice in Africa using the media through research, advocacy,
service provision, public education and capacity building.

The Mission of Sixth March Women Foundation is to reduce poverty and human rights issues
among rural women and vulnerable
Geographical Coverage: (region, district (s), communities)

Five Districts in the Brong-Ahafo Region. They are Tain, Sunyani West, Dormaa East Sunyani
Municipal and Jaman North
Primary Target Beneficiary Description:
Women, Child, Youth and Media

Members of the Organization (description of board, staff, volunteer roles and how many
members for each group):
1. The Board

There is a five (5) member Board of Directors that constitutes the highest decision making
body. The board is responsible for policy formulation, development of internal control
measures and general oversight responsibility.
2. Management
At the management level, there is five (5) staff responsible for day-to-day management of
programme activities and are accountable to the Board of Directors. It comprises the Chief
Executive Officer, Director of Operations, Director of Research, Director of Communications
and , Director of Finance and Administrative. There is also three (3) junior staff (Accountant,
administrative Assistant and Field Officer).
Volunteers/ Facilities
At the community level, we have hundred and twenty (120) trained community based
facilitators who are responsible for implementation of projects in the various communities
and are responsible to management.

List of Donors:
GLOMEF funders include Australian High Commission in Ghana, Adventist Development and
Relief Agency/Mission of Hope for Society Foundation, Health Foundation of Ghana and
Vodafone Ghana Foundation,
SMWF funders are IBIS West Africa, Action Aid, Health Foundation of Ghana, Adventist
Development and Relief Agency/Mission of Hope for Society Foundation

Organizational Affiliations (e.g. faith-based affiliation, NGO Coalitions, international NGO/FBO):

GLOMEF and Sixth Women Foundation are member of International Networks and
Organizations such UN Global Compact, Conservation African Foundation, Stop TB
Partnership, End Water Poverty - UK, and Sheila Mckechnie Foundation - UK, Peace Child
International - UK , White Rubin Alliance and linked with other local Organizations and
Networks such as, United Way Ghana, Brong-Ahafo Network of NGOs (BANGO), Coalition of
NGOs in Health and Ghana Education Campaign Coalition, Ghana HIV/AIDS Network
(GHANET), among others.
Technical Application

Section 1: Project Description (6-7 pages)

Provide a description of the project proposed for the ProMPT small sub-grant. Include the following
information in the description:

Description of Need/Rationale for Project:

Malaria is a major public health problem in Ghana. It is a major cause of poverty and low productivity
in the country. The disease accounts for over 38% of all outpatient attendance and 21% of under-five
mortality. Children under-five and pregnant women are the groups worst affected by the disease (MOH,
Malaria Control Programme Report, 2007). Over the past decade, it has accounted for up to 45% of out
patient attendance and 36% of patients admitted to hospitals. It is also the leading cause of death
among children under five years of age. Among pregnant women, malaria accounts for 14% of
outpatient attendance, 11% of admission and 9% of death: It is responsible for average loss of 3.7 days
of males and 4.7days of female output

In hyper endemic countries like Ghana, the principal effect of malaria in pregnancy is anemia. This is
due to the parasite getting into the placenta and interfering with the transfer of oxygen and nutrients
from the mother to the unborn baby. Malaria infestation also results in low birth weight in the baby and
maternal anemia. Out of the total number of pregnant women reporting ill at health institutions, 13.8%
suffer from malaria 10.65 are on admission because of malaria whilst 9.4% of all deaths in pregnant
women are attributed to the disease.

Throughout Tain District, malaria is a serious health problem, especially for children and pregnant
women. According to a study conducted by GLOMEF in the in the District malaria was the most common
disease affecting children under five, of all health facility visits for children. Among pregnant women,
malaria was a significant cause of anemia and was responsible for approximately 19.8% of all maternal
deaths.

Although malaria is largely preventable through, among other methods, the regular use of insecticide-
treated bednets, the availability and use of long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLIN) in the District prior to
the project’s inception was very low.
Furthermore, though malaria can be severe, early and appropriate treatment is very effective. However,
in the Tain District, care-seeking outside of the home was very limited; in the Tain District, a large
number of mothers first sought home-based care before seeking outside care for counseling and
treatment. Though home-based care can be effective, it is essential that caregivers are knowledgeable
about proper home treatment, as well as dangers signs requiring medical attention. A failure to
recognize danger signs and a delay in treatment often has serious consequences, including death,
especially for children.
To address these issues, that Global Media Foundation/Sixth March Women Foundation is applying for
funds for the implementation of the improvement collaborative approach to a community-based
malaria prevention project. The project is aimed at contributing to the reduction of child and maternal
mortality rates by improving behaviors related to the
Target Beneficiary Population Description:

The proposed project will focus on the general population of the Tain District with special attention on
pregnant women, nursing mothers, children and persons living with HIV/AIDS. These groups of people
were chosen because; the general environmental condition induces the breeding of mosquitoes the
vector of malaria parasite which affect the health of the general population. Again, statistics from the
various health facilities in the area indicate that pregnant women, nursing mothers and children
(especially under 5) are the most affected groups in the area. This situation is not different from what
pertains in the national level.

Proposed Location/Geographic Coverage:

To achieve maximum results, the project will take place at malaria prone areas in Dibibi, Brohani, Menji
Banda Ahenkro, Bui and other rural communities along the Bui Dam site area. In all 20 communities
will benefit directly from the project.

Project Objectives:

The aim of the project is to contribute to the reduction of child and maternal mortality rates by 50% in
the area as stated in District Medium-term Development Plan by improving behaviors related to the
prevention and treatment of malaria by the community itself.

1.To increase LLIN usage such that the number of children under five years and pregnant women
sleeping under treated bed net in each of the selected communities increase to 85%.

2. To improve prophylaxis for pregnant women to the extent that 85% of pregnant women in the
project communities get into intermittent preventive treatment. (IPTp)

3. To improve sanitation and hygiene such that 85% of members of the project communities appreciate
the need for good environmental practices. That will help reduce the breeding ground of the malaria
vector

4. To increase awareness and practice of malaria control and prevention in the community

Proposed Activities:

The following activities have been year marked for the achievement of the proposed objectives

1. Community mobilization and Planning

2. Training of CBAs (volunteers) to serve as educators on the use (LLINs) and prompt adherence to
intermittent preventive Treatment (IPTp) schedules.

3. Training of TBAs on IPTp

4. Public education by engaging local FM stations, information van and film shows on the
importance of malaria prevention,
5. Distribution of IE&C materials to facilitate education on the subject matter in the communities.

6. Formation of malaria prevention clubs in 10 schools.

7. Collaborate with DHMT to distribute LLINs to beneficiaries

8. Collaborate with the health facilities in the district to educate nursing mothers, pregnant women
and person living with HIV/AIDS on control and prevention of malaria

9. Organization of 20 community durbars to disseminate information on malaria prevention and


control.

10. Follow up on IPTp usage and side effects especially among pregnant women.

11. Quarterly planning and review meetings

Expected Results:

1. Misconceptions about LLINs and its usage would have been corrected such that at least 85% of
children and their mothers as well as persons living with HIV/AIDS sleep under LLINs every
night.

2. Antenatal care attendance increased due to awareness created amongst pregnant women to the
extent that about 85% of pregnant women in the district accessed IPTp

3. The culture of environmental cleanliness and good sanitation practices as well as personal
hygiene increased in the project area.

Anticipated Challenges and Ways of Dealing with Them:

The unhappiness people always express about the LLINs such as; it is too warm and that one has to
struggle with heat especially in the night, it is uncomfortable when one has to wake up several times in
the night to attend to nature’s call and even traps mothers down when awoken by their babies. To
others, one feels suffocated when sleeping in the LLIN and some even assert that one looks like corpse
when using the LLIN. What is more, some people use the net as door and window curtains instead of
sleeping under them. All these are anticipated challenges that the project will be confronted with.

However, to deal with the above, the project implementation will lay emphasis on the fact that clinical
studies undertaken by Ghana Health Services (GHS) revealed that mosquitoes feed more on pregnant
women than on non-pregnant women. As a result pregnant women need to be put on IPTp to save them
from the harmful effects of mosquitoes bite. By educating people on the consequences of mosquito
bites, they will desist from using the LLINs as curtains for their doors and windows. Community
education to keep their environment clean to prevent breeding of mosquitoes will be done vigorously.

Linkages with Other Stakeholders/Community Involvement:

Global Media Foundation (GLOMEF) and Sixth March Women Foundation (SMWF) are both human
rights organizations with much focus on women and children in deprived communities in the Brong
Ahafo region which focuses on health, gender, human rights, good governance and policy.
GLOMEF/SMWF belongs to coalition of NGOs in health and Ghana HIV/AIDS Network which advocate
on general health and HIV/AIDS respectively. GLOMEF is a member of Stop TB Partnership which
focuses on TB control. GLOME/SMWF collaborates with 5 CSOs and 15 CBOs located in Tain, Sunyani
West, Dormaa East Districts and Sunyani and Dormaa Municipalities in delivering health, literacy,
advocacy and livelihood programmes. GLOMEF/SMWF has established youth and women groups which
are managed by community facilitator/volunteers. These groups are used as point of entry into the
communities.

The target population in the project communities has representatives that participate in monthly
meetings and quarterly review and planning sessions and report back to their various communities.
Community Meetings are held periodically to discuss the implementation of the programmes/projects.
This is normally done through the use of PRA techniques to ensure effective participation by all. Also, in
developing new programme/projects, views of target populations are sought through various surveys
and interviews.

In implementing the proposed project, GLOMEF/SMWF will build on the long established relationship
and linkages with the above mentioned stakeholders to achieve maximum results. GLOMEF/SMWF will
collaborate with the Tain District Assembly, District Health Management Team (DHMT), Social Welfare
Department, Department of Community Development and the already established youth and women
groups as well as religious bodies in the communities. In addition, the existing community volunteers
will be used and where not available new volunteers will be selected for the project.

Section 2: Proposed Six-month Project Timeline (1 page)


Proposed Activity Months

April May June July August Sept.

1. Community mobilization and Planning XXX

2. Training of CBAs (volunteers) to serve as educators on the use of XXX


LLINs and prompt adherence to intermittent preventive
Treatment (IPTp) schedules.

3. Training of TBAs on IPTp and LLINS XXX

4. Public education by engaging local FM stations, information van XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX
and film shows on the importance of malaria prevention,

5. Distribution of IE&C materials to facilitate education on the XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX
subject matter in the communities.

6. Collaborate with DHMT to distribute LLINs to beneficiaries XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX

7. Collaborate with the health facilities in the district to educate XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX
nursing mothers, pregnant women and person living with
HIV/AIDS on control and prevention of malaria

8. Organization of community durbars to disseminate information XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX
on malaria prevention and control.

9. Follow up on IPTp/LLIN usage and side effects. XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX

10. Planning and review meetings XXX XXX XXX

Section 2: Project Time Line

Section 3: Personnel and Roles and Responsibilities (1-2 pages plus CVs as Attachments)
GLOMEF/SMWF each is governed by a five member board of directors. It consists of two females and
three males with different professional backgrounds such as education, finance, law, social work and
Media. The Board is the highest decision making body and is responsible for policy formulation,
development of internal control measures and has general oversight responsibility.

At the management level, there is five staff responsible for day-to-day management of programme
activities and are accountable to the Board of Directors. It comprises the Chief Executive Officer,
Director of Operations, Director of Research, Director of Communications as well as Livelihood Officer
(Field Officer), and Finance and Administrative officer. There are four junior staff (Office Assistant,
Account Clerk, Messenger)

The Executive Director will be responsible for leading, managing and developing staff and volunteers to
ensure effective team work. He/she shall also manage and monitor the project contract sign
memorandum of understanding and partnership agreements and is a signatory to the project account.
He/she will be responsible for coordinating all affairs with ProMPT/PMI.

The Project Coordinator is responsible for coordinating day to day implementation of the project
activities. Develop and manage projects monitoring plan. Organise and facilitate training workshops
and develop project reports. Support review, planning and budgeting for project activities.

The Finance and Administrative Officer shall be responsible for managing the financial administration
as well as keeping financial record and book of account of the organisation and provide administrative
support. She again provides accurate and timely financial reports on the project. She is a signatory of
the project account.

The Field Officer will be responsible for monitoring and assessing progress of implementation of the
project. He supports the project coordinator in the implementation of project activities. He supervises
the activities of the volunteers and reports to the Project Coordinator and hence the project
management. He will liaise with the community leaders in organising community durbars.

At the community level, there are 120 trained community based facilitators/volunteers who are
responsible for day to day implementation of projects in the various communities and are responsible
to management.

GLOMEF/SMWF has trained community facilitators/volunteers located in various communities in the


proposed project area. A total of 20 volunteers will be used to undertake day to day implementation of
the project activities at the community level, facilitate community entry and mobilisation. They will
serve as liaison officers between the organisation and the communities.

Section 4: Organizational Experience in Health/Malaria Programming (1-2 pages)

Since its inception, GLOMEF/SMWF has been implementing health literacy programmes through the
use of Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA). By this health issues are actively incorporated into
HIV/AIDS and human rights activities where various ‘consumer centric’ health related matters
dominate circle learning sessions. Health literacy involves the acquisition of requisite information on
heath, ability to understand prescriptions, and doctor’s direction and consent forms. This requires
practical skills in reading, listening, decision making and the ability to apply these skills to health
situations. All these skills are provided by the literacy circles in the communities which include visual
literacy, information literacy and numerical literacy.

In addition, series of donor funds were received from the Ghana AIDS Commission (MSHAP), Adventist
Development and Relief Agency/Mission of Hope for Society Foundation to implement HIV and AIDS
projects. For the past five years, GLOMEF/SMWF collaborated with Sunyani West District Assembly,
District Health Directorate, Department of Social Welfare, and four rural communities in implementing
these projects. The activities implemented include HIV and AIDS prevention workshops and durbars.
Provision of safe drinking water to 12 communities in the Tain and Sunyani West Districts. At the rural
community levels, series of HIV/AIDS prevention workshops have been held. These were organised by
GLOMEF/SMWF in collaboration with the various community facilitators. Other programmes include;
micro-credit for rural women, women and children’s right advocacy and livelihood activities like soap
making.

Some of the achievements of these projects include;

Through the outstanding performance of the dedicated and hardworking staff, the organization has won
two International Awards. They are
1. The Sheila Mckechnie Foundation International Campaigner Award 2009 - London for our
campaign on Access to Clean Water and Improved Sanitation facilities for rural communities,
schools and health centres in Ghana
2. AMCOW AfricaSan NGO/Civil Society Award 2009 on Sanitation and Hygiene which recognizes
CSOs/NGOs for their contribution to promote sanitation and hygiene issues in Africa.
3. Provision of safe drinking water for 12 communities in the Sunyani West and Tain Districts
4. Construction of two unit classroom block for Fiapre Methodist Primary and JHS
5. Construction of Community Centre for Asuotiano in the Dormaa East District
6. Twenty five thousand (25,000) people in the Sunyani West and Sunyani Municipality have been
sensitized on stigmatization and discrimination against people living with HIV and AIDS.
7. Six hundred fifty (650) people have been counselled and tested on HIV and AIDS in the Sunyani
West District.
8. Five (5) out-of-youth in the Sunyani West District have been supported in gaining employable
skills training.
9. Twenty-five women (25) have been supported with soft loans.
10. Twenty (20) footballs have been distributed among ten (10) schools in sunyani west district.

Section 5: Monitoring and Evaluation Plan (1 page)

Monitoring and evaluation shall be a joint responsibility of the National Malaria Control Programme
(NMCP), GLOMEF/SMWF, and ProMPT and USAID Mission PMI. A data collection system will be
designed and implemented with technical support from the NMCP and USAID (PMI) Monitoring and
Evaluation (M&E) team. A collaborative and mutually accepted M&E Plan showing targets for process,
output, outcome and impact indicators as well as linkages to the NMCP/USAID Project PMI, will be
developed within the first month of project implementation. Quarterly progress reports will summarise
implementation progress, provide achievements towards expected outcomes, list major breakthroughs
and identify key constraints. The end of project performance report will provide up to-date summary of
progress contained in the quarterly reports and identify challenges and success stories, providing
revised target for the following year.

Quarterly planning and review sessions will be instituted to allow for all stakeholders including the
DACs and DHMTs to monitor progress, review actions and determine gaps for corrections. This will
assist in tracking outcomes, output and challenges of the project. The Quarterly Planning session will
assess the progress of work for effective implementation. Lessons and learning generated during the
implementation will facilitate vital decision making for better result.

The Community Based volunteers (CBV) will generate monthly report to GLOMEF/SMWF office.
GLOMEF/SMWF will then prepare quarterly reports to the ProMPT/PMT and NMCP. As part of the
verification of the report and for first hand information, a team from PMI, NMCP and GLOMEF/SMWF
will undertake periodic field support visits to project communities.

Table Selected Project Outcome Indicators

Broad Objective Area Indicators

Provision of IPTp to -Number of IPTp leaflets received


Pregnant Women -Number of IPTp leaflets distributed

-Number of IPTp posters received


-Number of IPTp posters distributed

-Number of community visits by CBA to follow up on pregnant women on


IPTp
-Percentage of Women who received 2 or more doses of IPTp during their
pregnancy in the year

-Number of IE&C ; Durbars held, Religious/social groups, organised or


contacted
-Number of TBAs trained in ITPp
Promotion of the use of -Number of LLINs materials received
LLINs - Number of LLINs materials treated and type
- Number of INT materials not treated and type

-Percentage of women aged 15-49 sleeping under an LLIN the previous


night
-Percentage of children under 5 years sleep under an LLIN the previous
night
- Number of LLIN materials distributed
- Number of LLIN materials treated and type
- Number of LLIN materials not treated and type
- Number of LLIN materials due for treatment(if known)
-Number of CBAs trained in LLIN re-treatment (if any)
-Number of community treatment sites established and are operational

Promotion of malaria -Number of CBAs trained


prevention and -Number of EI&C materials on malaria received and type
treatment -Number of home based messages received and type

Monitoring and -Number of monthly monitoring reports available


supervision -Number of quarterly meetings held and reports generated

Cost Application
Cost Category Rate /Unit Frequency Total

SALARIES AND WAGES


Project Coordinator 300.00 1 6months 1,800.00
Finance & Admin. Offer 200.00 1 6months 1,200.00
Field Officer 200.00 1 6months 1,200.00
Volunteers 40.00 20 6months 4,800.00

Total Salary and Wages 9000.00


Office Running Expenses
Stationary 50.00 6months 300.00
Communication 60.00 6months 360.00
Sub Total 660.00
General Expenses
Travel and Transport 60.00 2people 6months 720.00
Bank Charges 20.00 1 6months 120.00
Sub Total 840.00
Total Overhead Cost 2,460.00

PROJECT ACTIVITY COST


1. Community mobilization
and Planning
- Transportation 30.00 2persons 20Communities 1,200.00
40.00 1 20Communities 800.00
- Protocol
30.00 3 20Communities 1,800.00
- Allowance for project team
Sub-Total 3,800.00

2 Training of CBAs
(volunteers) on IPTp and
LLINs 50.00 2persons 1day 100.00
20.00 20persons 1day 400.00
- Resource person allowance
12.00 25person 1day 300.00
- Transportation 12.00 25peices 1 300.00
- Feeding 30.00 3persons 1day 90.00
- Printing of T-Shirts 50.00 1 1day 50.00
- Allowance for project team 20.00 1 1day 20.00
- Hiring of venue 200.00 1 20people 200.00
- Fuel
- Stationary

Sub-Total 1,460.00
3 Public education on
malaria prevention,
- Hiring of Information Van
- Film Show 100.00 1 10times 1,000.00
- Radio Discussions 110.00 1 20communities 2,200.00
100.00 1 6times 600.00

Sub-Total 3,800.00
4 Distribution of IE&C
materials.
- Hiring of vehicle 90.00 1 9times 810.00
-Allowance for project team 30.00 2persons 9times 540.00
Sub-Total 1,350.00
Collaborate with the health
facilities to educate nursing
mothers, pregnant women and
person living with HIV/AIDS on
malaria control and prevention. 20.00 2people 10times 400.00
- Fuel and T&T
30.00 2persons 10times 600.00
- Allowance for project team
Sub-Total 100.00
5 Training of 10 TBAs on
IPTp and LLINs
- Resource person fees 50.00 2persons 1day 100.00
15.00 20persons 1day 300.00
- Transportation
10.00 25person 1day 250.00
- Feeding 30.00 3persons 1day 90.00
- Allowance for project team 50.00 1day 1days 50.00
- Hiring of venue
Sub-Total 790.00
6 Collaborate with DHMT
to distribute LLINs 30.00 3persons 10times 900.00
-Transport and fuel
Sub-Total 900.00
8 Organization of 20 of
community durbars.
- Fuel and T&T 20.00 2persons 20communities 800.00
30.00 1 20communities 600.00
- Protocol
30.00 2persons 20communities 1,200.00
- Allowance for project team 50.00 2persons 20communities 2,000,00
- Resource persons fees 30.00 1 20communities 600.00
- Hiring of chairs 70.00 1 20communities 1,400.00
- Hiring of Sound System

Sub-Total 6,600.00
9 Follow ups on
IPTp/LLINNs usage and
side effects especially
among pregnant women.
(monitoring)
20.00 2persons 10times 400.00
- Fuel and T&T 30.00 2persons 10times 600.00
- Allowance for project team
Sub-Total 1,000.00
10 Planning and Review
meetings 750.00
- Feeding 10.00 25persons 3times 800.00
- Transportation 15.00 20persons 3times 150.00
- Venue 50.00 1 3times
- Fuel 20.00 1 3times 60.00
Sub-Total 1,760.00
Total Activity Cost 21,560.00
GRAND TOTAL COST 33,020.00