IFCD Project Proposal

Project Title
ZA-Design - Connecting the Unconnected

Project ID: 2016 - 7578

Country: South Africa

Date of submission: 14/6/2016

Name of applicant
Cape Craft and Design Institute (CCDI)

Type of applicant
NGO

Amount requested in USD
100 000.00

Beneficiary Countries

Status

Submitted

Non pre-selected

Final Score
Expert 1 Expert 2 Total
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Funds Allocated in USD
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ZA-Design - Connecting the Unconnected

Title of project: 
ZA-Design - Connecting the Unconnected
Amount requested in US$: 
100000.00
Name of applicant: 
Cape Craft and Design Institute (CCDI)
Type of applicant: 
NGO
Country: 
South Africa
Beneficiary country(ies): 
4.1 Length of the project: 
1/4/2017 to 31/3/2018
Short-term objectives of the project: 
To pilot an online electronic tool and App that maps the location of creative businesses to enable business-to-business linkages and consumer access. To create a national data set of creative businesses to enable measurement and evidence based on sector support.
Date: 
18/4/2016
Long-term objectives of the project: 
To facilitate business resilience in the creative sector based on equal access to networks and economic opportunity aided by the tool and App. To integrate the mapping tool and App into the infrastructure of the CCDI and enable access to sector intelligence on its size, relevance and economic contribution.
Full Name of the representative of the applicant as Signature: 
Erica Megan Elk (Executive Director)
Title: 
Ms
4.2 Brief summary of the project: 
Success drivers for small creative businesses and entrepreneurs are sustained access to high-value networks and markets, and increased personal agency to drive business development. Challenging for SMEs in resourced urban environments and more challenging for SMEs in under-resourced and marginalised communities. The increase in scale, accessibility and usage of digital platforms provides a solution; digital platforms, accessed through the widespread use of smartphones, provide access in easy, user-friendly ways. ZA-Design - Connecting the Unconnected will develop a mapping tool and App, facilitating ease of business and market access for an estimated pool of 10,000-15,000 craft and design SMEs in South Africa: scalable to other sub-sectors of the creative industries and beyond our borders. ZA-Design App users upload company profiles, contact details, website, photo, video links. A “supply” user-interface i.e. designers, designer-makers, craft producers; makes them visible and accessible to each other (networking and collaboration); to retail and trade (market access); to CCDI (mapping, reporting and impact assessment), and a “demand” user-interface i.e. retailers and buyers; makes market opportunities visible and accessible to producers. This project, part of CCDI’s national implementation plan, uses cluster theory: physical proximity of businesses in the same or related sectors increases interaction, communication and collaboration - stimulating innovation, competitiveness and market expansion. The tool helps creative entrepreneurs transcend physical distance; optimising idea exchange and building a community of common practice. ZA-Design enables the most marginalised in the craft and design sector to be more visible and engage with economic activity.
Family name: 
Williams
4.3 Local context and complementarity of the project with other regional, national and local policies/ measures/ programmes/ projects: 
The craft and design sector is one of the most diverse sectors - cutting across and intersecting with many other sectors in the economy. DAC 2014 research records visual art and craft, and design services comprising 64% of creative organisations in SA’s cultural industry (contributing R42b to the GDP). That this is a growing sector in contribution and career-choice, is affirmed by the UN Creative Economy Report (April 2008): internationally creative industries grew at a rate of 14% during the period 2000 to 2005 (almost double the growth of other sectors). The craft sector – which fully involves a design activity, while primarily referring to the making and marketing of handmade objects and increasingly small scale/light industrial manufacturing – links to a value chain of material suppliers, retail outlets (from community markets to international designer stores), local and export agents, and other service providers (graphic and web designers, export agents, courier companies). In general, SMEs in the craft and design sector in developing countries lack access to all the elements of this value chain: information, networks and market opportunities, as well as appropriate and consistent support for business and human capital development. This lack of access is a result of historical under-development and failures to mitigate these inequalities; compounded by persisting exclusion from economic opportunities. Progress for entrepreneurs in rural areas is further hindered by distance, lack of education, lack of technology and infrastructure. CCDI has predominantly worked in the Western Cape where business support services offered to creative enterprises are enhanced by networking and information sharing in the same geographical space (i.e. same province or city). Using this classic ‘cluster’ approach, CCDI is developing the ZA-Design tool and App to approach the challenge of connectivity across distances differently: using cutting edge IT, value will be added more quickly to the sector in other provinces; creating communities that can sustain their business development. The nature of economic transactions has become much more competitive and alienating because of globalisation and the rise of digital technologies as a means of social and economic interaction. Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byer’s “Internet Trends 2015” presentation showed that 57% of South Africa’s Internet traffic comes from mobile phones. This ranks the country higher than many other developing countries on the mobile traffic scale: South Africa has 23 million smartphone users, equating to a population penetration of 47%. The ZA-Design App is compatible with tablets and smartphones.
The CCDI was established in response to DAC’s Cultural Industry Growth Strategy of 1989. Operational since 2001 as a craft and design sector development agency, CCDI develops a design-enabled ecosystem and creative enterprises. Aligned with three of Government’s priority areas, outlined in the NDP: Job Creation, Rural Development and Education, the CCDI is an implementing agency for the public sector: in particular DAC’s Mzansi Golden Economy and DTI’s Industrial Policy Action Plan (industrialisation and building the local manufacturing industry) - along the craft and design continuum, there are links to light manufacturing. In 2004 the Western Cape provincial government recognised CCDI as the implementing agency in the province for part of its Micro-Economic Development strategy. In 2005 CCDI was commissioned by the DTI to develop the Customised Sector Plan (CSP) for craft in consultation with provincial role-players. In 2007, the DTI adopted the CSP and officially recognised CCDI as a model craft and design hub; a role model in creative industry development in other provinces and the SADC region. The Department of Small Business Development contracted CCDI (2014 – 2016) to develop the capacity of provincial officials, located in economic development departments and trade and investment agencies across South Africa. As part of this intervention, an e-portal platform aimed at creating a web presence of all craft and design businesses nationally was developed by CCDI. This e-portal is an online resource and marketing platform with a consumer-to-consumer focus. In addition, in 2010 MAPPP-Seta appointed CCDI as a centre of excellence in Craft Sector training and in 2013, the Design Strategy for the Western Cape (developed by the CCDI) was approved by the Western Cape Government. In 2015 the CCDI was appointed as the provincial Design Institute mandated to implement this strategy. The work of the CCDI is underpinned by public sector development programmes and policies – as noted above; ZA-Design App is complimentary to all of these. The CCDI’s national implementation programme provides access to very well developed business support services – targeting craft producers and small creative businesses in areas without such support; enhancing their businesses from operating in a survivalist manner to being able to operate as small, successful enterprises. Provinces identified as priorities include Limpopo, Eastern Cape, KZN; Mpumalanga, Free State and the Northern Cape. The ZA-Design App will assist those without computers to connect at a business-to-business level and in the longer term, to buyers and retailers.
Given name: 
Mariette
Position: 
Programmes Director
Address: 
2nd Floor, Harrington House, 37 Barrack Street, East City
Promotion of gender equality: 
Yes
Postcode: 
8001
Please explain: 
CCDI’s Annual Business Survey (2015) records 60 % of creative businesses are run by women; equal access to economic opportunity will promote equality.
Town: 
Cape Town
Country: 
South Africa
Empowerment of youth: 
Yes
Please explain: 
CCDI’s Annual Business Survey (2015) records 40 % of creative businesses are run by entrepreneurs under 35; cell phone Apps are easily accepted and used by youth.
Telephone: 
+27 (0) 21 461 1488
Email: 
mariette.williams@ccdi.org.za
Promotion of South-South/North-South-South cooperation: 
Yes
Please explain: 
These are future objectives: using the tool and App to connect South African producers to international buyers especially located in developed countries; sharing the tool and App with producers in the SADC region and other developing countries.
Date of establishment of entity / organization: 
25/5/2004
Participation of various social groups in the areas of intervention of the IFCD: 
Yes
Place of establishment of entity/organization: 
Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town
Name: 
Mariette Williams
Responsibility in the activities of the project: 
Programmes Director: project oversight - implementation, monitoring and reporting
Skills/background/qualifications: 
B Soc Sc Honours in Community Development, UCT (1999), Post Graduate Diploma in Programme Monitoring and Evaluation, SU (2007)
Name: 
Fran Stewart
Responsibility in the activities of the project: 
Programme Manager: Market Support - alignment of project with CCDI's market support programme; input to tool and App development
Skills/background/qualifications: 
BA degree UCT majoring in Economics and Archaeology UCT (1990), Diploma in International Trade, SAFTO (1997)
Name: 
Michael Morgan
Responsibility in the activities of the project: 
Communications Manager: integration of project into CCDI's communications strategy
Skills/background/qualifications: 
UCT GSB Short Courses: Strategic Marketing (2010); Nomadic Marketing (2007); Brand Management (2004). BA Hons Film & Media UCT (2002)
Name: 
Adrian Solomons
Responsibility in the activities of the project: 
Information Management System Coordinator: CCDI membership database management - project alignment with the CCDI IMS
Skills/background/qualifications: 
Applied Coaching and Mentoring; Post Graduate Diploma in Small Enterprise Consulting TSiBA (2015)
Please explain: 
Creative entrepreneurs from all social groups: young, old, different languages, races, cultures, abled and disabled will benefit from the capacity-building inherent in this project, the development of a community of common industry, information from the mapping tool and access to a sector specific business development service.
Main mission of applicant: 
As the only craft and design sector development agency in South Africa, the mission of the CCDI is to develop capable people and build responsible and sustainable creative enterprises trading within local and international markets.
Main activities of applicant: 
The CCDI is a dynamic and unique sector development agency that provides a holistic and integrated business development service to entrepreneurs and enterprises that operate within the craft and design sector, and engages in a range of activities aimed at development and systemic change in the craft and design and related sectors nationally. Its business development services cover the three essentials of a successful business – product, market and business systems – customised to the needs of clients from start-up, to established and exporting.With nearly 15 years of experience under its belt, predominantly in the Western Cape Province, the CCDI has developed a National Implementation Plan, which in partnership with local stakeholders, will expand its footprint of impact across South Africa.
Result: 
RESULT 1
Description: 
Mapping Tool and App developed
Planned activity: 
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 1.1
Description: 
Planning: analysis of data; design and development of tool and App
Implementation Schedule: 
3/4/2017 to 31/7/2017
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
• Analysis of CCDI IMS general database of 5490 individuals or enterprises estimated 60% female; 40% youth • Analysis of 2354 registered CCDI members (sub-set of above database) – 1254 female; 670 youth • Analysis of other SA sector specific databases – estimated 10,226 SMEs (DAC 2014 report); estimated 60% female; 40% youth • Design & development of tool + App • Project implementation review
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
• Data report detailing input into tool and App functionality • Monthly project monitoring reports; includes review of progress to achieving expected results
Location(s): 
Cape Town HQ of CCDI and JHB HQ of Circles Squared
Direct Beneficiaries: 
Creative Businesses: 60 % are run by women
Indirect Beneficaries: 
Sector agencies and policy makers
Result: 
RESULT 2
Description: 
Mapping Tool and App tested and used
Planned activity: 
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 2.1
Description: 
Pilot project implemented: CCDI members give feedback; tool refined and promoted for use; additional users testing and giving feedback
Implementation Schedule: 
1/8/2017 to 30/11/2017
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
• Test project gives feedback from users in focus groups (CCDI groups & additional users from other networks & partners) – estimated 60% female 40% youth • Refinements to Mapping Tool & App
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
• Analysis of user feedback • Tool and App functionality updated • Monthly project monitoring reports; includes review of progress to achieving expected results
Location(s): 
Cape Town HQ of CCDI and JHB HQ of Circles Squared User locations recorded during implementation
Direct Beneficiaries: 
Creative Businesses - 60% are run by women. Estimated between 60 and 80 SMEs in the craft & design sector testing the tool & App
Indirect Beneficaries: 
Sector agencies and policy makers
Result: 
RESULT 3
Description: 
Creative SME’s connected
Planned activity: 
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 3.1
Description: 
CCDI promotes and supports use of tool for creative SMEs
Implementation Schedule: 
1/5/2017 to 30/3/2018
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
• Feedback from users documented and analysed (60% of creative businesses are run by women) • Promoted use of tool • Analysis of App downloads
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
• Monthly project monitoring reports; includes review of progress to achieving expected results • CCDI communication strategy results • Project evaluation and close out report
Location(s): 
Cape Town HQ of CCDI and JHB HQ of Circles Squared User locations recorded during implementation
Direct Beneficiaries: 
Estimated between 100 and 200 SMEs in the craft & design sector - 60% of creative businesses are run by women
Indirect Beneficaries: 
Sector development and Government agencies have access to sector intelligence
Sustainability: 

Sustainability in projects should be considered in relation to ongoing results, effects and outcomes of the project. Sustainability is about:

  1. Building relationships on an on-going basis – through communication, building trust, reciprocity and showing commitment;
  2. Developing diverse funding sources – including grants, fees for services, volunteers, donations, active fundraising campaigns, etc.;
  3. Being flexible – capacity to accommodate change by incorporating on-going evaluation into project evaluation.
What measures/steps will you put in place to ensure that your project long-term objectives can be met? : 
Cluster theory and the tool itself – if it is useful and beneficial – is inherently sustainable. Principally ZA-Design has to be an adaptive and responsive tool with a flexible, user-driven interface to function effectively. Whilst the ZA-Design tool and App will be a viable marketing tool for consumer-to-business trade and has potential to generate income, its primary sustainability driver is the user-base. Communicating and promoting the App will form part of CCDI’s annual communication’s strategy, enhanced by project partners and strategic networks. CCDI is a solid institution with excellent strategic management and corporate governance systems: 14 years of unqualified financial audits, an organisation that is keyed into national developmental policy, is an established implementing agency for the public sector. This is testimony to organisational sustainability and relevance. The CCDI’s sustainability plan makes use of partnerships and augments it’s traditional public sector funding base with private sector income. Through this project, institutional capacity will be built – the tool will be part of the service offering of the organisation and part of CCDI’s overall data collection and M&E system, augmenting these by providing a new platform for dissemination of key results for use in reports, publications and strategic planning sessions. The tool and App are not being developed in isolation or as a stand-alone – built on a solid foundation of sector development, this project is part of a greater organisational sustainability plan of national implementation.
What measures/steps will you take to follow up with the beneficiaries of the project after its completion?: 
Beneficiaries will be using the App and CCDI will be communicating with them through it; monitoring usage and growth, adapting and adding functionalities as and when required. These direct beneficiaries need to register to use the tool and App and will therefore be CCDI members. As CCDI members, the beneficiaries will access member services and be subject to annual member business information updates. Specifically, uptake on this App will be monitored on a monthly basis and subject to quarterly organisational reporting.
Total funding requested from the IFCD (not exceeding US$ 100,000): 
$100000.00
Total co/self-funding income: 
$125934.00
Total project cost: 
225934.00
Source: 
Description: 
CCDI has approached the DTI's Cluster Development Programme (CDP) to support this project with R2,6m (US$ 186,000) over a period of three years. The CDP is an incentive programme that aims to promote industrialisation, sustainable economic growth and job creation needs of South Africa through cluster development. In particular, the programme is supportive of Cluster Management Organisations (CMOs) such as the CCDI. This income will co-fund the tool and App development, as well as project management and capacity building beyond the first year of project implementation, of which R1m (US$ 71,000) will be used in the 2017 /18 year as detailed in this project request.
Amount: 
$186000.00
Status of funding: 
To become avaliable
Source: 
Description: 
Various technology and electronics companies: for example Samsung and Apple (smartphones) and Dell, Acer and Innova (laptops).
Kind: 
Sponsored smart phones in the pilot project phase for users. Sponsored laptops for pilot project phase.
The CCDI's Financial Manager (a registered Chartered Accountant) has oversight of all CCDI project financial reports and processes. A full-time CCDI Book-Keeper produces Quarterly Financial reports (approved by the Executive Director and Financial Manager); a full-time CCDI Accounts Clerk records transactions processed (internal payment approval process includes 2 signatures to approve payment and 2 signatures to release payment). A CCDI Finance Committee (Board Chairperson, Executive Director and Financial Manager) meets monthly and included in this, is a bi-annual Audit and Risk assessment process. The CCDI Board meets quarterly.
9.1 Previous funding from the IFCD: 
Title of the project: 
N/A
Amount of funding: 
$0.00
Period: 
N/A
9.2 Previous funding from UNESCO for similar or related projects (either from UNESCO Headquarters, a Field Office or an Institute) to implement project(s) similar to or related to the project that you are currently proposing: 
Title of the project: 
N/A
Amount of funding: 
$0.00
Period: 
N/A
Are you currently applying for other UNESCO funds?: 
No
Please provide details: 
Outcome 1: A policy environment that promotes the diversity of cultural expressions is created through targeting structural change. : 
[  ] Cross-sectoral cooperation in policy making and implementation demonstrated;
[  ] The role of civil society in policy making and implementation strengthened;
[  ] Processes and mechanisms of policy implementation and review strengthened.
Outcome 2: The value and opportunities that the cultural and creative industries offer in the achievement of sustainable development are clearly demonstrated.: 
[x] Innovation and new business models applied to cultural entrepreneurship;
[x] Access to local, national or international markets for cultural goods improved;
[x] Participation and collaboration in cultural and creative industries widened to previously excluded individuals and social groups.
Outcome 3: Contributions are made to sustainable capacity development in the cultural sector at institutional, organisational and individual levels.: 
[x] National and international networks and communities of practice facilitated, with a focus on North-South-South cooperation;
[x] Capacity development needs relating to cultural value chain assessed and mapped;
[x] Capacity development needs relating to cultural value chain addressed at appropriate levels.
Please check the two boxes below:: 
Commit to respect the provisions of paragraph 25 of the Guidelines.
Certify that all information contained in this application is truthful. I also certify that any documents provided in support of my application are authentic and accurate.
Description: 
CCDI Founding Documents
Category: 
Official Document proving your legal status
Language of Document: 
English
Description: 
CCDI Project Logic Model for ZA-Design Connecting the Unconnected
Category: 
Other
Language of Document: 
English
Description: 
CCDI Project Detail for ZA-Design Connecting the Unconnected
Category: 
Other
Language of Document: 
English

3.1 Please list all paid contractors, subcontractors, consultants and/or experts who will participate in the implementation of the activities proposed who are not employed by your institution/organization.

Contractor or partner: 
Name: 
Kate Philip
Professional affiliation: 
Circles Squared Consulting (Pty) LTD
Nationality: 
South Africa
Skills/background/qualifications: 
Kate Philip holds a PhD (WITS); she is a development strategist with over 25 years of experience in all aspects of the development cycle: policy, strategy, programme design, implementation and evaluation.
Responsibility in the activities of the project: 
Circles Squared Consulting (Pty) Ltd, initiated the Cluster Mapping Tool concept. They will manage the design and development of the ZA-Design tool and App, bringing in a team specialists in GIS mapping and software development.
Name: 
Liezel de Waal
Professional affiliation: 
M&ESURE Research and Evaluation
Nationality: 
South Africa
Skills/background/qualifications: 
Liezel de Waal holds a Masters Degree in Sociology (Stellenbosch University) which focused on development planning using ICT’s in municipalities in the Western Cape. Her assignments for M&ESURE have included: evaluations (process, outcome and impact), social science research, developing monitoring and evaluation frameworks and teaching and training.
Responsibility in the activities of the project: 
Finalising the project’s monitoring and evaluation framework; oversight of framework implementation, capacity building with CCDI staff.
Outcome 1: A policy environment that promotes the diversity of cultural expressions is created through targeting structural change.: 
[  ] Expected Result 1.1 Cross-sectoral cooperation in policy making and implementation demonstrated;
[  ] ER 1.2 The role of civil society in policy making and implementation strengthened;
[  ] ER 1.3 Processes and mechanisms of policy implementation and review strengthened.
Outcome 2: The value and opportunities that the cultural and creative industries offer in the achievement of sustainable development are clearly demonstrated.: 
[  ] ER 2.1 Innovation and new business models applied to cultural entrepreneurship;
[  ] ER 2.2 Access to local, national or international markets for cultural goods improved;
[  ] ER 2.3 Participation and collaboration in cultural and creative industries widened to previously excluded individuals and social groups.

3.2 Please list all non-paid partners involved in the project's implementation. Please indicate whether the partner is a public authority/institution, an NGO or a private company.

Outcome 3: Contributions are made to sustainable capacity development in the cultural sector at institutional, organizational and individual levels.: 
[  ] ER 3.1 National and international networks and communities of practice facilitated, with a focus on North-South-South cooperation;
[  ] ER 3.2 Capacity development needs relating to cultural value chain assessed and mapped;
[  ] ER 3.3 Capacity development needs relating to cultural value chain addressed at appropriate levels.
Project expected results and activities: 
Non-paid partner: 
Name: 
National Arts Council
Type of Institution: 
Public institution
Country: 
South Africa
Role in project: 
Project promotion and information sharing, networking, database information.
Name: 
National Government Departments of Trade & Industry (DTI), Arts & Culture (DAC), Small Business Development (DSBD)
Type of Institution: 
Public authority
Country: 
South Africa
Role in project: 
Project promotion and information sharing, networking, database information. DTI is a co-funder of the CCDI's National Implementation Plan. DSBD is the funder of the Craft and Design sector e-portal.
Name: 
Provincial Government Departments - Economic Development and Arts and Culture
Type of Institution: 
Public authority
Country: 
South Africa
Role in project: 
Project promotion in particular Province - information sharing, networking, database information.
Name: 
Arterial Network
Type of Institution: 
NGO
Country: 
South Africa
Role in project: 
Project promotion and information sharing, networking, database information; nationally and at a later stage, in the SADC region.
Type of ExpenditureDescriptionRelated Activity/iesCost for Unit (USD)Unit (per day, per person, per item, ...)Number of UnitsTotal Cost (USD)Amount co/self funded (USD)Amount funded by IFCD (USD)
Salaries / fees
Project StaffCCDI Project DirectorACTIVITY 1.1, ACTIVITY 2.1, ACTIVITY 3.1690per month128,280.004,518.003,762.00x
Project StaffCCDI Market Support ManagerACTIVITY 1.1, ACTIVITY 2.1, ACTIVITY 3.1690per month128,280.004,518.003,762.00x
Contractor/Subcontractor/ConsultantCircles SquaredACTIVITY 1.1, ACTIVITY 2.1, ACTIVITY 3.11034per month1212,408.006,765.005,643.00x
Contractor/Subcontractor/ConsultantM&ESureACTIVITY 1.1, ACTIVITY 2.1690per month128,280.004,518.003,762.00x
Project StaffCCDI Communications ManagerACTIVITY 1.1, ACTIVITY 2.1, ACTIVITY 3.11034per month1212,408.006,765.005,643.00x
Project StaffCCDI IMS CoordinatorACTIVITY 1.1, ACTIVITY 2.11724per month1220,688.0011,284.009,404.00x
Subtotal70,344.0038,368.0031,976.00
% of the Grand Total31.13%30.47%31.98%
Travel and per diem
OtherCCDI travel to provinces: flights, accommodation, car hire, per diems x 2 pax per tripACTIVITY 1.1, ACTIVITY 2.11379per item811,032.006,016.005,016.00x
OtherTravel JHB - CT Circles Squared. Flights and accommodation ACTIVITY 1.1, ACTIVITY 2.1702per item42,808.001,532.001,276.00x
Subtotal13,840.007,548.006,292.00
% of the Grand Total6.13%5.99%6.29%
Equipment and supplies
OtherSmartphones (sponsored)ACTIVITY 2.1276per item102,760.002,760.000.00x
OtherConfirmed pilot project requirements: e.g. laptops ACTIVITY 2.1276per item41,104.001,104.000.00x
Subtotal3,864.003,864.000.00
% of the Grand Total1.71%3.07%0.00%
Communication
Promotional Activities / Events / Advertisements, etc.Partner promotional events and activitiesACTIVITY 2.1, ACTIVITY 3.11034per item22,068.002,068.000.00x
OtherCCDI IMS DevelopmentACTIVITY 1.1, ACTIVITY 2.1690per month64,140.002,259.001,881.00x
Publications (editing, design, printing, etc.)Hard copy flyers and information brochuresACTIVITY 2.1, ACTIVITY 3.12069per item12,069.001,129.00940.00x
Subtotal8,277.005,456.002,821.00
% of the Grand Total3.66%4.33%2.82%
Other costs and services
OtherCircles Squared: web design, mapping tool developmentACTIVITY 1.1, ACTIVITY 2.13034per month824,272.0013,238.0011,034.00x
OtherCircles Squared: App developmentACTIVITY 1.1, ACTIVITY 2.12276per month818,208.009,932.008,276.00x
OtherCircles Squared: Data mapping and quality assuranceACTIVITY 1.1, ACTIVITY 2.16276per month850,208.0027,387.0022,821.00x
Subtotal92,688.0050,557.0042,131.00
% of the Grand Total41.02%40.15%42.13%
Overhead
OtherCCDI Administration and Finance Management servicesACTIVITY 1.1, ACTIVITY 2.1, ACTIVITY 3.1621per month127,452.004,066.003,386.00x
OtherCCDI Project ManagementACTIVITY 1.1, ACTIVITY 2.1, ACTIVITY 3.129470per item129,470.0016,075.0013,395.00x
Subtotal36,922.0020,141.0016,781.00
% of the Grand Total16.34%15.99%16.78%
Grand Total225,935.00125,934.00100,001.00
Percentage of Grand Total55.74%44.26%
Subtitle: 
Date: 
Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Full Name of the representative of the National Commission as Signature: 
Carlton Mukwevho