1. NEEDS ASSESSMENT OF THE PROJECT
St. Mukasa Preparatory Seminary is a primary School which admits pupils from primary four to primary seven. It relies on only rainwater harvesting for domestic and other uses like washing, bathing and other sundry functions. Currently it has a population of 885 pupils whose ages range between 11 and 14 years. These students are managed by a staff of 55. Whereas the institution has sufficient buildings, it does not have enough rain water and this is what the project wishes to address. Interestingly this school has continued to excel at PLE in spite of this handicap.
The Project seeks to provide water and thus helps pupils to access clean water and improve sanitation. In so doing, there will be improved health. Time will be saved for learning activities and the environment will be protected from erosion.
3. COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTION
The Seminary will be involved in the provision of labour as necessary, and sustaining it in the long run.
4. CLUB CONTRIBUTION
The club will monitor implementation and evaluation of the project.
5. CONTACT PERSON
Rotarian Richard Barigye and Rotarian George W. Kwishima on firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
6. PROJECT MARKETING STRATEGIES
• Each Rotarian in the club will be assigned a duty in the project.
• Funds will be sought from the district and partners like, the Rotary Club of Kololo East.
LOCATION No. OF TANKS TARGET GROUP
St. Mukasa Seminary - MUSHANGA 8 School children and Teachers
NB: Each Tank will be of 60,000 liters capacity.
Activity Quantity Unit Price Total in UGX EXCH Rate Dollars Grand Total in US$
1. Construction of partially underground ferro-cement water harvest tanks 8 13,429,700 107,437,500 2500 42,975
2. Mobilization and sensitization of recipients 1,200,000 2500 480
TOTAL 108,637,500 43,455
8. PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY
The Rotary Club of Rwampara will be the overall managers through its water management Committee. The rotary club will work with beneficiary committees and the RCC which will have been formed.
There will be regular phase reports and on completion there will be a narrative and financial report.