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Esperança Farm Jandaia do Sul

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Project Description

Region: South America

Country: Brazil

Location: Jandaia do Sul

Total Budget: $114,209

Area of Focus: Disease prevention and treatment



The Project "Fazenda da Esperança" aims at acquiring the necessary aviary, orchard and kitchen garden equipment to the institution Fazenda da Esperança in Jandaia do Sul, Paraná, Brazil. The "Fazenda da Esperança" institution houses and treats homeless chemical and alcohol drug users. It is part of the Catholic charity institution "Obra Social Nossa Senhora da Gloria", in Jandaia do Sul city . The total area of "Fazenda da Esperança" is 9.68 hectares and was transferred to "Obra Social Nossa Senhora da Gloria" by an anonymous donor. It is located in the rural area of the municipality of Jandaia do Sul in the State of Paraná, in a region of diverse agriculture, seven kilometers from the city center.

The acquisition of all necessary equipment will enable the project to offer training courses on the production of poultry, vegetables and fruits for about 70 (seventy) internal chemical and alcohol drug users.

Who will benefit from this global grant?

Seventy chemical and alcohol male intern drug users will benefit directly from this project. These interns are all dependent on psychoactive substances (SPA) and alcohol, as well as residents from several towns in the region of Jandaia do Sul and from other regions of the State of Paraná and other states.

This sustainable project will provide teaching the interns how to produce poultry, eggs, vegetables and herbs for their own consumption, as well as distribution and commercialization to other institutions, as well as teach and train public elementary school students in the same activities. The interns not only will benefit from the products the project will help them produce at first, but also give them a sense of importance to the community, as they will also teach others the same skills and abilities they have learned.

This project meets the following objectives:

1) Therapeutic Method of Treatment - Occupational therapy for drug addicts;

2) Professional Training Instrument in The Rehabilitation Stage;

3) Generation of employment and income for the users of Psychoactive Substances (SPA) in the final phase of treatment.

All aviary, orchard and kitchen garden production will provide the support to the institution through its marketing, as well as offer other community institutions fresh products obtained with technical guidance through partnerships with public community entities.

The Project aims at producing 35,000 chicken every 70 days, besides the production of orchard and kitchen garden will meet domestic demand, maintenance costs of fixed expenses and equipment.

The surplus may be traded in the open market or distributed to charitable community organizations. The forecast of the project sustainability is highly positive and will certainly, in a three-year period enable the expansion and diversification of the project with its own resources, according to the number of interns the institution is able to attend.

The city of Jandaia do Sul is a commercial and industrial hub which comprises several municipalities in the Ivai River Valley, being alcohol, sugar, coffee, soybeans, corn, wheat, beef and dairy cattle production its main economical resources.

Ivaí Valley consists of 12 municipalities and its estimated population is 411,642 inhabitants.

The project "Fazenda da Esperança" , in addition to meeting the region, will be available to other regions and states.

This is a humanitarian project that aims to contribute to mainly to Disease prevention and treatment, and also contributes to Economic and community development

Primary Host Partner

District: 4630

Rotary Club of: Jandaia do Sul

Primary Contact: Nery Simm

Email: nerysimm@hotmail.com

Primary International Partner

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Project Status

Dropped
This project has been "Dropped". Check the history log entries to see why it was dropped.

Project listed for the 2016-17 Rotary Year.

Proposed Financing

Existing Contributions Towards This Project

Date

Cash

DDF

Total

Jandaia do Sul (4630)

13-May-16

$5,000

-

$5,000

District 4710 DDF

1-Jun-16

-

$5,000

$5,000

District 4630 DDF

1-Jun-16

-

$5,000

$5,000

Maringá-Colombo (4630)

1-Jun-16

$2,000

-

$2,000

Santa Fé (4630)

1-Jun-16

$1,000

-

$1,000

District 4849 DDF

1-Jun-16

-

$2,000

$2,000

District 3030 DDF

1-Jun-16

-

$4,500

$4,500

Remaining Amount to Raise

Additional Club Contribution (Needed) - Add a contribution

$46,140

-

$46,140

Amount Requested from The Rotary Foundation

$27,070

$16,500

$43,569

Total

$114,209

Note: as of July 1, 2015 there is a 5% additional support fee for cash contributions. This fee does not appear in the financials above because it does not apply if the funds are sent directly to the project account (without going through TRF, and therefore without Paul Harris credit). Clubs sending their cash contribution to TRF must be aware they will have to send an additional 5%.

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History Log Entries

13-May-16

System Entry

Creation of project page.

1-Jun-16

System Entry

Pledge of $5,000 DDF by Adelino Felipe Azevedo of District 4710.

1-Jun-16

System Entry

Pledge of $5,000 DDF by Renato Tavares of District 4630.

1-Jun-16

System Entry

Pledge of $2,000 by Jose Maria Colombo of the Rotary Club of Maringá-Colombo, District 4630.

1-Jun-16

System Entry

Pledge of $1,000 by Nivia Biembengut Biato of the Rotary Club of Santa Fé, District 4630.

1-Jun-16

System Entry

Pledge of $2,000 DDF by Enrique Adarvez of District 4849.

1-Jun-16

System Entry

Pledge of $4,500 DDF by Nikhil Kibe of District 3030.

2-Sep-17

System Entry

System Entry: Project dropped per lack of response to the carry-over notification emails.

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