IFCD Project Proposal

Name of applicant
Museum of AIDS in Africa

Type of applicant
NGO

Amount requested in USD
90 000.00

Beneficiary Countries

Status

Submitted

Non pre-selected

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Worskhops and Conference on collection, preservation of the culture, art, science and history of AIDS in Africa and standardization of programs of the Museum of AIDS in Africa.

Title of project: 
Worskhops and Conference on collection, preservation of the culture, art, science and history of AIDS in Africa and standardization of programs of the Museum of AIDS in Africa.
Amount requested in US$: 
90000.00
Name of applicant: 
Museum of AIDS in Africa
Type of applicant: 
NGO
Country: 
South Africa
Beneficiary country(ies): 
4.1 Length of the project: 
1/3/2017 to 2/4/2018
Short-term objectives of the project: 
1. Creation of a platform where Archiving and Culture will be discussed as part of HIV/AIDS in Africa 2. Cultural exchange in the arts and history of AIDS in Africa 3. Open and conducive environment to deal with culture, arts, history and science of AIDS in Africa 4. Sharing and learning each country’s cultural response to AIDS, and if they can be adapted to the policy 5. Collating information from each country to start formulating a common policy on collection and preserving the art, culture, history and science of AIDS in Africa and standardization of programs 6. Formulation of a policy and processes for the collection and preservation of the history of AIDS in Africa. 7. Conducting a conference with all the participants conference to develop an archive on the history of the response to AIDS in Africa 8. Establishment of a body represented by the four country participants to compile the policy, processes and systems. 9. Adoption of the policy
Date: 
22/4/2016
4.2 Brief summary of the project: 
Museums are trusted places where communities, societies and countries preserve, in public trust, the objects, documents, photos and stories they deem to be of value. Museum buildings are designed in such a way as to be iconic landmarks within their environment as a way of honouring what is in inside. They are spaces to meet people, gather communities and strengthen relationships. They impart knowledge and stimulate learning; they can provoke wonder, pride, inspiration and curiosity. Museums are places to help us remember. The Museum of AIDS in Africa is all these things and more. It is not a passive repository but a network of public active Healing and Learning spaces where people can come together, to heal, to be empowered, to learn, to be inspired. Working with Archival Platform of South Africa, we intend bringing our partners in the AIDS creative arts and programming to discuss and craft standard policy, practice and procedures in collection and preserving culture, art, science and history of AIDS in Africa and standardization of the MAA programs. We will have a series of four workshops hosting partners in the four Southern African countries namely South Africa, Zambia, Uganda and Kenya. Later we will have a conference in one venue with all four representatives of organizations. The conference will assemble the discussion of the four workshops to form policy and standard guidelines/toolkit for the work of MAA and partners in relations to collection, preservation and program. MAA will do this with the participation of all its partners and their subsidiaries in each country. We will also invite the expertise of our partners in cultural resources, Archives, Virologist/Science, science and cultural communication/ and academics.
Long-term objectives of the project: 
1. A standard policy, systems and process of collection and archiving. 2. Guidelines/Toolkit for all MAA healing and learning programs 2. Application/Implementation of the policy 3. Development of the capacity to present research through art
Title: 
Ms
Full Name of the representative of the applicant as Signature: 
Namhla Mbunge
4.3 Local context and complementarity of the project with other regional, national and local policies/ measures/ programmes/ projects: 
Challenges of African countries are not the same, the policies and programs to reverse challenges depend on different contexts. MAA seek to standardize approach of our interventions. 1.Death and inactivity of the African creative minds Millions of deaths and sickness as a result of HIV/AIDS caused the preservation, appreciation and celebration of African arts and cultural knowledge to be halted as a priority by many governments. Even today, the bulk of the response to AIDS focused on prevention, treatment and care. The average person has very little idea of how the disease originated, or how it grew from an isolated incident of zoonosis to a pandemic in the course of 60 years. Few have had the opportunity to be inspired by the remarkable Keiskamma Altarpiece or Ghanaian artist El Anatsui’s the Crust of the Earth, the photographs of Gideon Mendel or the body mapping project which has crossed borders from South Africa into the world. Few have an understanding of how Africans have studied, researched, responded, experienced and have been active agents in the response to HIV in Africa. 2.Lack of social cohesion Apartheid and colonialization managed to integrate issues of culture and economic status in grading social groups. Without the knowledge of a shared experience, a shared response, a history and science people can access and comprehend, too many feel isolated, alone and defeated. A focus only on the personal, the local and the now. Understanding culture, arts history, science of AIDS in Africa turns victims into thinkers, researchers, innovators, artists, and story-tellers. MAA is not a local initiative, we are developing the first African museum ‘franchise’ – a network of Healing and Learning Spaces, ‘mini museums’ throughout the continent united by a common brand, physical structures and standard policies to create a powerful African network. Through accessible language and advancement of technology we will bring knowledge that will promote engagement on culture, history, art and science of AIDS in Africa 3.Poverty It robs the community enthusiasm towards promoting and protecting their culture and heritage, leading to hopelessness and apathy to feeling defeated. It leads to isolation and self loathing. The affected lose artistic appetite, Maslow hierarchy of needs apply. Through our projects, poverty will be transformed into economic opportunities. 4.Wars Wars displace communities. Making them leave their heritage and culture behind. Working with Archival Platform, we seek to find ways that will translate into common policies, procedures and systems for all our partners for collection and preserving information that is in other countries vaults about the arts, heritage, science and history of HIV/AIDS i Africa.
Family name: 
Mbunge
Given name: 
Namhla
1.HTMO In the last two years we have introduced and expanded a program called Healing Through Memory Objects (HTMO) to deal with grief caused by loss through HIV and AIDS. Through working with our partners in South Africa and Kenya, we have developed a HTMO toolkit. HTMO kit is an artistic program where the affected uses the objects of the deceased to remember and honour them at same time opening themselves to healing. Museum therapy also recognized as a therapeutic and advocacy tool therapy for people requiring psychosocial or mental health support. 2.Digital Hub We aim to use the Digital Hub to promote not just technology, but to increase knowledge sharing and exchange in different countries. We believe to bridge the social cohesion gap we need to promote knowledge through learning by cultural exchange.Knowledge leads to Empowerment, Understanding leads to Innovation and Perspective leads to Resilience. We are harnessing the power of technology to connect our people through a Digital Hub- enabling the sharing of knowledge and experience like never before and creating a powerful pan-African network to promote social cohesion on AIDS. 3.The Virtual Memorial and pop-up exhibition: We use virtual Memorial in commemorating people who have died from AIDS and sharing ways of managing grief. We are spreading this program to our partners to help their community to honour those that died whether in war, xenophobic attacks, poverty or HIV/AIDS. Each of the Museum’s Learning, Remembering and Healing Spaces (LRHS) includes a framework for exhibitions that are curated centrally and at a local level. Local curators can draw on centralized resources – museum collections, graphics, works of art – to create exhibitions that will be most powerful, meaningful and useful to their local visitors. Exhibitions will also be created from the story objects, memories and creativity of participants and partners in the communities where each of our spaces is located. In each space, exhibitions are to reflect both local stories and a panAfrican and global story. Museum will also curate temporary exhibitions to travel among the LRHSs. These exhibitions will draw from multiple disciplines: political history, social history, personal narrative and more, interpreted through photography, art, multi-media and the written word, and supported by the Museum’s collections. They will feature the perspectives of historians, curators, scientists, artists, community workers and people living with HIV/AIDS. 4.Learning Programs- Bioscience Maker Lab The project is to develop a scalable bio-maker scientist 'kit' and program that will engage teenagers affected by HIV/AIDS in basic virology, immunology, and molecular biology research.
Position: 
Project Manager
Address: 
17 Owl Street, Milpark
Postcode: 
2092
Promotion of gender equality: 
Yes
Town: 
Johannesburg
Please explain: 
Women are the most vulnerable group in our society, as such they are the most affected by the AIDS pandemic and all associated cultural, social, economic and physical ills. In all history of mankind from ancient to modern times, women have been the bearer of infliction and pain, yet they have almost always conquered through their resilience and inner strength. Mothers and grandmothers are the custodian of culture and practice in Africa. It is expectant upon them to transfer these culture through art, language, story telling and memorialization In Africa and the world over, whether it is through devastation caused by war or AIDS. Women become the torch bearers of hope and future that carry their families through. It is based on this reason that standardization and uniformity of the healing and learning programs through policy and set of guidelines will benefit women. They will be encouraged to learn about the origins of the disease and how they can be the advocates of their own healing and learning whether affected or infected. Knowledge through our cultural or scientific programs will give them confidence and choice in their lives. The creation of platform and conducive environment for sharing and learning will promote heritage, science, arts and cultural exchange that will help them engage at a level man engage in.
Country: 
South Africa
Empowerment of youth: 
Yes
Please explain: 
The project contribute to youth development. All our programs including the Digital Hub, Bioscience Maker Lab and Cultural Memerialization are going to be standardized through policies, toolkits and guides. This will mean in the countries that we are starting the projects in, the youth will be equally empowered to engage with the cultural, arts, science and history of AIDS in the same manner. They will take advantage of equal opportunities brought about by the advancement of technology and design in learning. They will share and exchange knowledge at the same level. We believe that with the standardization of knowledge and placing knowledge and learning to be accessible through the language and the arts, young people be encouraged to learn more. Not just about culture, art, science and history of HIV/AIDS, but their own culture, art, science and history thereby creating a generation that is curious and willing to learn.
Telephone: 
+2771 705 9427
Email: 
namhla@museumofaidsinafrica.org
Promotion of South-South/North-South-South cooperation: 
Yes
Please explain: 
All the organizations and participants of the conference and the workshops will be from the Southern African region, countries include Kenya, South Africa, Zambia and Uganda. In 2018, when we extend the mini museum to reach other parts of Africa we will include Nigeria, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Cort d'Iviore and Liberia.
Date of establishment of entity / organization: 
2/3/2012
Participation of various social groups in the areas of intervention of the IFCD: 
Yes
Place of establishment of entity/organization: 
Johanesburg
Please explain: 
The project is targeting the indigenous and underprivileged people of the identified countries that are affected by HIV/AIDS.
Name: 
Ngaire Blankenberg
Responsibility in the activities of the project: 
Visionary, strategist and leader
Skills/background/qualifications: 
Ngaire is internationally recognized for her work planning innovative museums and revitalizing urban spaces. She is co-author, with Gail Lord, of Cities, Museums and Soft Power (AAM Press 2015) which urges museums to play a more vital role in creating equ
Name: 
Namhla Mbunge
Responsibility in the activities of the project: 
Project Implementor
Skills/background/qualifications: 
Namhla Mbunge is currently the Project manager for Museum of AIDS in Africa based in South Africa. Her career kick started as Afrikaans and History teacher in Limekhaya high school for about a year and a half. Whilst there she started a netball team and a
Name: 
Collins Sekwane
Responsibility in the activities of the project: 
Financial Management
Skills/background/qualifications: 
Auditing and Accounting- He has a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Witswaterand and 3 year accounting articles from South African Institute for Chartered Accounta
Main mission of applicant: 
The Museum of AIDS in Africa is a pan-African museum and not-for profit institution registered in South Africa. Its mission is to be the world’s premiere public institution to collect, preserve, remember, interpret, share and exhibit the history of the origins, spread, and impact of HIV/AIDS in Africa as well as the past and present experiences of AIDS in Africa. It operates on three pillars: memorialization, preservation and education. We want to ensure that the people we have lost, the things we have experienced and learned in relation to every aspect of AIDS on the continent do not go forgotten or remain hidden in private files, or corporate or international NGO headquarters far from the people who have lived and continue to live it.
Result: 
RESULT 1
Description: 
1. Standard Policy for collection, preservation and memorialization of AIDS IN Africa among the implementing partners 2. Workshops to debate collections, preservation and programs 3. inter-country representative structure for the compiling of the policies. 4. conference to debate the outcomes of the workshop discussion and compiling a policy based on those 5. Guidelines/toolkit for collection, preservation and programs
Planned activity: 
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 1.1
Description: 
Hosting of workshops to debate collections, preservation and programs Creation of a inter-country representative structure for the compiling of the policies. Hosting of a conference to debate the outcomes of the workshop discussion and compiling a policy based on those Formulation of guidelines for collection, preservation and programs
Implementation Schedule: 
30/4/2017 to 1/3/2018
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
Human Capital The project will enhance human capital by providing equitable access to programs, projects and systems.. Access to information, programs, training, and opportunities will also be equal. Voice and Rights The standardization of information and policy will create an environment where women’s decision making and ability to assert their rights in public and private life is entrenched and promoted. Gender Capacity Building Through the creation of conducive environment, women’s decision making and ability to assert their rights in public and private life will be safeguarded
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
Existence of the policy Existence of the inter-country representative structure The five workshops and one conference
Location(s): 
Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya, Uganda and Zambia
Direct Beneficiaries: 
200 youth 200 Women
Indirect Beneficaries: 
Communities where our partners implement projects People affected with AIDS Artists and cultural activists
Main activities of applicant: 
Once fully capacitated, MAA will include exhibits, an archive, a collection, a memorial and memory bank and public programs that recognize, remember and honor the millions of individuals who have died from or been affected by HIV/AIDS. Through collecting, preserving and exhibiting artifacts, AV and digital material, documents and oral histories relating to the African pandemic, the Museum seeks to learn from and pay tribute to those who have battled AIDS across the continent. Basically our activities include; 1. Collection, preservation and memorialization 2. Learning and Healing Programs 3. Public Education and Dialogue 4. Exhibition MAA operates on three pillars: memorialization, preservation and education. Through arts, culture, science and history our programmes aim to transform large-scale grief, fear and powerlessness (resulting from the AIDS epidemic) into resilience and innovation through memory work, knowledge-sharing and skills development. Our programs are supported by smart technology and innovative design.
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? : 
1.Maintaining and expanding the countries and the implementing partners 2.Making sure that all implementing partners comply with the policies and guidelines/toolkit 3.Constant monitoring of results and flexibility to change
What measures/steps will you take to follow up with the beneficiaries of the project after its completion?: 
The project will be ongoing as long as the Museum of AIDS in Africa exist because it is the guide of how to implement all its programs. However, We: 1. Will on a weekly basis contact all the implementing partners to follow up on progress and developments. 2. Require bi annual reports from partner to monitor progress 3. Webinar or Skype conference with partners to exchange views and new interventions to assess whether change or improvements are necessary.
Total funding requested from the IFCD (not exceeding US$ 100,000): 
$98000.00
Total co/self-funding income: 
$0.00
Total project cost: 
98000.00
Source: 
Description: 
None
Amount: 
Status of funding: 
Source: 
Description: 
None
Kind: 
Our Organisation has an Accountant that is responsible for handling payments, accounting records and monthly accounting of our transactions.
9.1 Previous funding from the IFCD: 
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: 
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. : 
[x] Cross-sectoral cooperation in policy making and implementation demonstrated;
[x] The role of civil society in policy making and implementation strengthened;
[x] 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.: 
[  ] Innovation and new business models applied to cultural entrepreneurship;
[  ] Access to local, national or international markets for cultural goods improved;
[  ] 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;
[  ] Capacity development needs relating to cultural value chain assessed and mapped;
[  ] 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: 
Museum of AIDS Brochure
Category: 
Other
Language of Document: 
English
Description: 
Non Profit registration documents
Category: 
Official Document proving your legal status
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: 
Archival Platform
Professional affiliation: 
Civil Society
Nationality: 
South Africa
Skills/background/qualifications: 
The Archival platform is a civil society initiative committed to deepening democracy through the use of memory and archives as dynamic public resources. Jo-Anne Duggan is the director of the Archival Platform. She holds degrees in art and education from the University of Cape Town. Having become keenly engaged in the power of heritage in the 1980s, she participated in policy-making for the arts education, provincial and national heritage policies and worked with national heritage institutions and structures as well as community based heritage organisations. Duggan joined the Archival platform after a decade of working as a heritage development consultant.
Responsibility in the activities of the project: 
Facilitate discussions and help formulate policy
Name: 
Ricardo Mutubberia
Professional affiliation: 
Musuologist
Nationality: 
Spain
Skills/background/qualifications: 
Science Communicator: Ricardo Mutuberria is from the Basque Country (Spain), but conducted most of his graduate and postgraduate studies and work abroad. Ricardo is a biologist (University of Cincinnati, Ohio) with an MSc in Biotechnology (Wolverhampton University, UK) and an MSc in Science Communication (Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona). After ten years doing research in areas such as cardiac cell physiology, parasite biochemistry, recombinant human antibody technology, cancer and angiogenesis, Ricardo shifted his career to communicating science, mostly at science museums. He has mainly worked in exhibition design and content development, but has been involved in many other museum activities, including three years as Assistant Director of Sales at the American Museum of Natural History in New York and running a plastination laboratory at Parque de las Ciencias (Granada, Spain). As Director of External Programs at Genspace, Ricardo works with museums and other institutions that want to set up a DIY bio-laboratory and offer innovative hands on educational programs in biological sciences. He is also a mentor and teacher at Genspace
Responsibility in the activities of the project: 
Present the bioscience maker lab concept and its importance in the education of the
Name: 
Dr. Rosemary Kalenga
Professional affiliation: 
Head of the Nelson Mandela HIV/AIDS Research Unit
Nationality: 
Zambia
Skills/background/qualifications: 
Historical Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology, Educational Management - Ph.D Dr. Chimbala Kalenga is a Senior Researcher for HIV and AIDS in Research and Engagement at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University. Her focus in the HIV and AIDS research is on the effects of disclosure, care, support and stigma in schools. She has a Ph. D in inclusive education, with the focus on Eco-systemic management strategies of inclusion in schools. Her research focus is on inclusivity in teacher training, Early Childhood Development, leadership and management and classroom challenges in schools. Her passion has currently been in research on developing Indigenous Knowledge Systems technologies, traditional gender roles on leadership and governance, patriarchy and matriarchy in African communities as well as training teachers for ECD rural teaching. She also researches on ways of accommodating refugee children in the South African Education system since it is the first choice in Africa in terms of economic stability.
Responsibility in the activities of the project: 
Presentation and coordinating drafting of policy
Name: 
Lord Cultural Resources
Professional affiliation: 
Cultural Consultants
Nationality: 
Canada
Skills/background/qualifications: 
Lord Cultural Resources is a global professional practice dedicated to creating cultural capital worldwide. Lord Cultural Resources offers a comprehensive range of integrated services including master planning, business planning, feasibility studies, cultural and heritage tourism planning, strategic planning, facility planning, functional programming, architect selection, interpretive planning, exhibition design, project management, training and recruitment. Their cultural projects include museums, mixed-use developments, cultural centres, art galleries, science centres, world expositions, visitor centres, heritage sites, festivals, theatres, archives, libraries and gardens. The firm has earned an international reputation for sector leadership, innovation and excellence. They are dedicated to the creation of cultural capital worldwide, the value created as a result of the maximization of cultural resources. Their mission is to collaborate with people and organizations to plan and manage cultural places, programs and resources that deliver excellence in the service of society. They distinguish themselves through a comprehensive and integrated full-service offering built on a foundation of visioning, planning and implementation. They help clients clarify their goals; we provide them with the tools to achieve those goals; and they leave a legacy as a result of training and collaboration. Their clients are in all sectors including private and public corporations, foundations, governments and non-profit institutions. With a network of offices in Toronto, Vancouver, New York, Paris, Mumbai and Beijing, they conduct themselves with respect for local adaptation, cultural diversity and collaboration, embodying the highest standards of integrity, ethics and professional practice.
Responsibility in the activities of the project: 
Presenting, Facilitating and Crafting Solutions with the participants
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: 
Nelson Mandela Metro University
Type of Institution: 
Public institution
Country: 
South Africa
Role in project: 
Monitoring and evaluation
Name: 
KwaNobuhle loveLife
Type of Institution: 
NGO
Country: 
South Africa
Role in project: 
Implementing Partner: Lovelife is one 16 Y-centres in South Africa. Y-centres are multi-purpose recreational venues for young people through which LoveLife promotes the development of positive lifestyle and inspirational ideals among South African Youth. KwaNobuhle has been open since 2012. It operates a community radio station, clinic, computer centre and implements a range of projects- including sports programs, community literacy, computer programming, homework support and indoor games. It also trains peer educators- Ground Breakers- to speak at schools and publicly about issues such as sex and relationships. At present, about 200 young people a day participate regularly in all their programmes and they get up to 2000 participants a week for various programs and events. We are thrilled to begin to work with KwaNobuhle for this project because of the strong work they do locally and because they are connected to a broader network into which the MAA Bio-Maker lab project can grow.
Name: 
Youth Initiative for Community Empowerment
Type of Institution: 
NGO
Country: 
Uganda
Role in project: 
Participants
Name: 
Community Action for Health and Development
Type of Institution: 
NGO
Country: 
Kenya
Role in project: 
Participants
Name: 
Restless Development
Type of Institution: 
NGO
Country: 
Zambia
Role in project: 
Participants
Name: 
Youth for Health Activism
Type of Institution: 
NGO
Country: 
South Africa
Role in project: 
Participants
Name: 
Nelson Mandela Museum
Type of Institution: 
NGO
Country: 
South Africa
Role in project: 
Participant and presenter
Name: 
Wits Drama for Life
Type of Institution: 
Public institution
Country: 
South Africa
Role in project: 
Participants
Name: 
Sinomlando Centre
Type of Institution: 
NGO
Country: 
South Africa
Role in project: 
Particiapants
Name: 
Inova Healthcare
Type of Institution: 
Private company
Country: 
South Africa
Role in project: 
Participants
Name: 
Uhai ESRC
Type of Institution: 
NGO
Country: 
Kenya
Role in project: 
Participants
Name: 
Nelson Mandela Bay Metro Science and technology center
Type of Institution: 
Public authority
Country: 
South Africa
Role in project: 
Presenting and participating
Name: 
Nelson Madela Foundation
Type of Institution: 
NGO
Country: 
South Africa
Role in project: 
Presentation and participating
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 StaffFacilitation and CoordonationACTIVITY 1.18357.148357.14433,428.560.0033,428.56x
Administrative/Supportsupport with workshop arrangementsACTIVITY 1.11263.98111,263.980.001,263.98x
Subtotal34,692.540.0034,692.54
% of the Grand Total35.40%0.00%35.40%
Travel and per diem
Air TransportationTransport for project facilitatorsACTIVITY 1.16221.214424,884.840.0024,884.84x
Subtotal24,884.840.0024,884.84
% of the Grand Total25.39%0.00%25.39%
Equipment and supplies
OtherPresentation PA systemACTIVITY 1.11169.3111,169.300.001,169.30x
OtherVideo Camera during presentationACTIVITY 1.11832.14111,832.140.001,832.14x
Subtotal3,001.440.003,001.44
% of the Grand Total3.06%0.00%3.06%
Communication
Subtotal0.000.000.00
% of the Grand Total0.00%0.00%0.00%
Other costs and services
OtherParticipants ChargeACTIVITY 1.1125.562.7524030,120.000.0030,120.00x
Otherprinting and layout of presentation bookletACTIVITY 1.117.562402404,214.400.004,214.40x
Subtotal34,334.400.0034,334.40
% of the Grand Total35.04%0.00%35.04%
Overhead
OtherArrangement and communication costsACTIVITY 1.1285.7111285.710.00285.71x
OtherAudit and accounting costsACTIVITY 1.1571.4311571.430.00571.43x
OtherBank and forex transfer chargesACTIVITY 1.185.711185.710.0085.71x
Otheroffice related costsACTIVITY 1.1142.8611142.860.00142.86x
Subtotal1,085.710.001,085.71
% of the Grand Total1.11%0.00%1.11%
Grand Total97,998.930.0097,998.93
Percentage of Grand Total0.00%100.00%
Subtitle: 
Date: 
Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Full Name of the representative of the National Commission as Signature: 
Carlton Mukwevho