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PROGRAM TARGETS – FY 2014 vs. FY 2015

  • ** Outreach and Education Program:
  • Is a new target that will provide educational programmes for the greater community which focus on life-skills, confidence-building, health education, gender equality, and a series of enrichment-directed activities. These programs will be open to the community and look to have a positive impact on children and adults.



PROGRAM TARGETS – FY 2014 vs. FY 2015

  • ** Case Management Program:
  • Ubuntu’s case management program provides comprehensive coordinated care for vulnerable children. Our case management program focuses on the children we work with but uses a family-based approach to care as we understand that the family impacts the child’s emotional well-being. The goal is to identify challenges the child is facing and work to ensure that children’s homes are safe and stable so children can thrive
  • *** Clinical Interventions:
  • Ubuntu’s clinical interventions support participants within our programs and the greater community with essential health services in a friendly inviting environment with highly trained clinicians




Monitoring and Evaluation

Ubuntu's Monitoring and Evaluation Department focuses on:

  • Tracking all clients’ interventions and biological data.
  • Performing routine data checks to ensure quality control in data management systems.
  • Conducting client surveys to evaluate clients’ experience with Ubuntu’s service delivery.
  • Training the entire department to ensure data is standardized and kept confidential.
  • Analyzing trends and producing reports on trends, target analysis, outputs, and impact.




Operating Budget

Projected revenue for 2015: $5, 037,859 (2014: $4,596,647), reflecting a 9.6% increase from FY14. Projected expenses 2015:$4,305,351 (2014: $3,626,109), indicating a 19% increase in expenses.

Cost Drivers

Early Childhood Education

70 Children will be added in the Early Childhood Development Program. The average cost per child per annum excluding salary cost is $13,354. A pilot program (Junior Leaders Program) consisting of 26 children was implemented. This will increase to 50 by the end of the FY15 financial year. Average cost per child is $2,355.

Youth and Adults

The target for Ubuntu Pathways has increased from 25 youth to 100 for FY15.

In the Future Leaders Program – the criteria for awarding Scholarship had to be reviewed in response to the challenges experienced with the Government funded National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS). The impact on the budget as result of this challenge is 50% increase in the scholarship budget.

Capacity Building

Six additional employees will be recruited at a cost of $239,769. Proposed salary increases are between 3% - 5.5 % across the different salary grades.

A clinic mentor will be engage to increase capacity in our Clinic, this account for 20% of the increase in the Health Budget.

Cash Flow

The cash flow report includes revenue from the prior year that is projected to be received in the current year as well as any cash reserves that the organization currently holds. Our goal is to build a reserve of 8 weeks in 2014 and by the end of the fiscal year we will be at 12 weeks.