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Water & Sanitation Sub-Committee Report. Rotary District 6970 Foundation Seminar John McCarthy, Sub-Committee Chair 21 August 2010. Agenda. Review D6970 Water & Sanitation Projects for the past and upcoming year Overview of the Peace Corps Healthy Schools Guatemala Project for Year 2010/11

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Water sanitation sub committee report

Water & Sanitation Sub-Committee Report

Rotary District 6970 Foundation Seminar

John McCarthy, Sub-Committee Chair

21 August 2010


Agenda
Agenda

  • Review D6970 Water & Sanitation Projects for the past and upcoming year

  • Overview of the Peace Corps Healthy Schools Guatemala Project for Year 2010/11

  • Discuss Future Vision Global Grant Process Steps

  • Show how Future Vision is being applied to the Peace Corps Healthy Schools Project


Peace corps healthy schools project guatemala central america
Peace Corps Healthy Schools ProjectGuatemala, Central America

  • Hand Washing Station Construction

  • - Health & Hygiene Training

  • 30 Schools in Soloa /Chimaltenango

  • $35K Total Project Cost

  • Project impact ~ 5,000 people


Peace corps healthy schools project guatemala central america1
Peace Corps Healthy Schools ProjectGuatemala, Central America

Will use existing Water Sources and/or new Water Sources


Peace corps healthy schools project guatemala central america2
Peace Corps Healthy Schools ProjectGuatemala, Central America

Every attempt is made to locate the hand washing station near the bath rooms or

latrines to facilitate the training of children to wash their hands after going to the

sanitary facility.



Global grant process steps
Global Grant Process Steps

  • First step is On Line Proposal submittal to RI with General Description in below categories:

    • Host & International Sponsor Information

    • Community Needs

    • Activity Description

    • Area of Focus

    • Project Outcomes

    • Budget

    • Financing


Global grant process steps1
Global Grant Process Steps

  • After Proposal is approved by RI, submit On Line Application with following information:

    • Host and International Sponsor Information

    • Project Summary

    • Rotarian Participation

    • Cooperating Organizations

    • Project Planning

    • Sustainability and Measurability

  • Memorandum of Agreement signed by Cooperating Organizations


Project partner responsibilities
Project Partner Responsibilities

D6970: $10K

APLS (NGO)

-Construction

-Maint Training

-Documentation

-Liaison

Rotary Club, Antigua

-Funds Disbursement

-Monitoring & Reporting

RI: $15K

Municipalities

-Sweat Equity

-Maintenance

-H&H Training

Peace Corps

-Health & Hygiene Training

-Liaison

Rotary Club, Bartram Trail

-Monitoring & Reporting

5 Clubs: $10K


Cooperating organization responsibilities
Cooperating Organization Responsibilities

  • Bartram Trail (International Sponsor)

    • Review monthly reports from APLS (NGO)

    • Conduct Monitoring Trips

    • Conduct Interviews at Project Sites to ensure Hygiene Lessons have been implemented

    • Assist Host Sponsor if they discover problems and facilitate re-engagement with Peace Corp if necessary


Cooperating organization responsibilities1
Cooperating Organization Responsibilities

  • Rotary Club of Antigua, Guatemala

    • Open Bank Account in the name of the project

    • Disburse funds based on the schedule

    • Conduct a minimum of 2 Site Visits to each location during construction and upon completion

    • Attend School Celebrations when possible

    • Review Peace Corps Training Curriculum

    • Attend one Peace Corps Training Session

    • Develop questionnaire to verify Hygiene Implementation

    • Conduct Monitoring Visits after project construction is complete to ensure Sustainability


Cooperating organization responsibilities2
Cooperating Organization Responsibilities

  • Agua Para la Salud (NGO)

    • Receive and safeguard funding, invoices, and project documentation

    • Provide Letters of Commitment from APLS and PC

    • Provide details of location and cost of each school project

    • Execute Construction and Maintenance Training

    • Complete Final Audit

    • Assist Rotary in planning the project

    • Visit the Project Sites as needed and assist Rotary in writing Monthly Progress Reports

    • Act as a liaison with Schools, Peace Corps and Rotary


Peace corps responsibility
Peace Corps Responsibility

  • Peace Corps will provide:

    • Comprehensive Heath Education Program

    • Minimum of 2 Train the Trainers courses per School

    • Regional Supervisors necessary for monitoring

    • Expenses for Trainers and Regional Supervisors

    • Support required to ensure Teachers, parents and other stake holders will provide sufficient and accurate expenditures

    • Follow up to the healthy practices for a period of time not shorter than 4 years.



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