IFCD Project Proposal

Project Title
Cultural Diversity Intelligence Programme

Project ID: 2016 - 7672

Country: Zimbabwe

Date of submission: 14/6/2016

Name of applicant
LET THEM Trust

Type of applicant
NGO

Amount requested in USD
54 920.00

Beneficiary Countries

Status

Submitted

Non pre-selected

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Funds Allocated in USD
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Cultural Diversity Intelligence Programme

Title of project: 
Cultural Diversity Intelligence Programme
Amount requested in US$: 
54920.00
Name of applicant: 
LET THEM Trust
Type of applicant: 
NGO
Country: 
Zimbabwe
Beneficiary country(ies): 
Date: 
21/4/2016
4.1 Length of the project: 
1/3/2017 to 31/12/2019
Short-term objectives of the project: 
OBJECTIVE 1: Create an awareness of own identity in the Youth Core concepts: Emotional Intelligence and Self Esteem How: Introduce instruments and exercises to help develop an understanding of “Self” including identifying individual strengths/weaknesses: • Biographical information, assessment of self-esteem. • Situating the self into one’s culture and environment. “What have I learned that has made me who I am?” • Consolidation of the above in terms of “what I have come to believe about myself and who I want to become.” • Identifying emotions and developing appropriate strategies. OBJECTIVE 2: Create a conscious and lasting consideration of Cultural Awareness by the Youth Core concepts: Cultural Empathy and Responsible Citizenship How: Encourage and facilitate information sharing and education among participants and to develop an understanding and insight into other cultures including: • Understanding of identity and groups • Understanding of and respect for other cultures/cultural diversity how can “I share ‘me’ with other cultures” • Exploration of cultural similarities and differences • Insights into seeing different “perspectives” • Insights into Human rights • Knowledge of Zimbabwean Constitution and Rights especially as it pertains to children OBJECTIVE 3: Develop a super-ordinate culture with a multi-layered identity Core Concepts: Inclusion and Conflict Resolution How: By providing tools to explore and encourage interdependence and develop new layers of identity that will highlight similarities rather than differences including: • Focus on that which is the same • Examine what we believe in and hope for - values, dreams, etc. • Exercises in expressing appreciation of others cultures • Exercises requiring co-operation, co- ordination, etc. OBJECTIVE 4: Impact school bodies and communities through carry-over effect of knowledge acquired by participants, as well as through Reports, Magazines and Documentaries of the journeys undergone by the participants. OBJECTIVE 5: Submit our findings and results of the programme, including the noted impact of the programme and its core concepts on participants to donors, relevant governing bodies, NGOs and INGOs
Title: 
Mr
Long-term objectives of the project: 
OBJECTIVE 1: Create a innate culture of understanding between cultures within Zimbabwe OBJECTIVE 2: Work with other NGOs and governing bodies to give the youth a bigger voice on issues that affect them OBJECTIVE 3: Influence Youth Development policy by way of inclusion of the Cultural Diversity Intelligence programme in all the schools in Zimbabwe by pitching the CDI Programme to the Ministry of Education. For your consideration, please note our long term goals: GOAL 1: Expansion of the CDI Programme to nationwide level by 2019 GOAL 2: Inclusion of participants by 12-year old participants from South Africa, Zambia and Botswana by 2021 GOAL 3: Expansion of the CDI programme to Zambia and Botswana by 2022
Full Name of the representative of the applicant as Signature: 
Kevin Matutu
4.2 Brief summary of the project: 
CULTURAL DIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMME The project is aimed 12-year-olds (Grade 7s) and seeks to equip them with skills to become ethical leaders, be proud of who they are, and develop an understanding and acceptance of different cultures before they move on to high school. 40 students from 4 different school types (Government, Private, Mission Boarding, and Rural schools) will participate in each sub-programme. “Sub-programmes” include the first 4 or the following activities – and are conducted biannually (total of 4 times) ACTIVITY 1: Camp Training Sessions include: Who am I?: Creating awareness of own identity Who are they?: Creating Cultural Awareness – the identity of “Others” Who are We? Understanding a society with various cultures ACTIVITY 2: In-School Session 1 Monitoring the impact of programme on participants. Students will be tasked to teach their classmates on what they would have learnt. ACTIVITY 3: In-School Session 2 Presentation of the programme to the Grade 7 stream at participating schools. ACTIVITY 4: Sub-programme Documentary A mini-film that includes footage of participants at camp and in-school sessions. ACTIVITY 5: Project Magazine (annual) A publication detailing activities, impact and outcomes of the project. ACTIVITY 6: Cultural Diversity Day Event (annual event) All participants from the current year will meet and showcase artistic elements from their respective cultures. Project Magazine & Documentary to be distributed/sold at this event. ACTIVITY 7: Project Report A comprehensive report detailing all components and findings ACTIVITY 8: Project Pitch to Governmental Ministries Pitching the CDI programme to Governmental Ministries for inclusion in the school curriculum.
4.3 Local context and complementarity of the project with other regional, national and local policies/ measures/ programmes/ projects: 
Zimbabwe has gone through major changes in various sectors over the past two decades. From land reform, hyper-inflation and closing down of industries - it has gone through a total cultural shift that has left a high degree of social, cultural and economic instability. There is now an urgent need to begin the reset process by nurturing the incoming generation and teaching them the importance of appreciating cultural diversity in order to be ethical leaders and how to be a part of more humane world. Social – we have always been a socially cultural diverse nation with a lot of descendants from around the world and the advent of various economic and political events have separated and broken down families. This has permeated into to the educational, social and work sectors where there is a huge difference between children and young adults as many of them have difficulty in assimilating in those areas due to a lack of basic exposure and understanding of the other cultures that has shaped the way they are. The most affected are children moving from the rural areas to urban settings, families migrating to other nations, the adolescent shifting between high schools or going to university. Political – Zimbabwe has gone through tough times with constant upheavals of systems and limitations to levels of expression. Families have been forced to migrate other parts of the country or emigrate to other countries. Upon completing high school, a huge number (undocumented) of students have left Zimbabwe to attend universities in first-world countries. For most, assimilation in these new places has been difficult when it comes to understanding basic elements such as etiquette – to cultural protocols. Zimbabwe also has immigrants from surrounding countries who come to study, work and live. Economic – Disparities in economic backgrounds play a major role in defining "classes" of society. Discrimination or exclusion of some individuals by others based on their perceived income/wealth is a trait that transcends all levels of society across the world. In particular, Grade 7 students are at the edge of a period in their lives where they will either accept people with different economic backgrounds or not. Each child’s economic background plays a part in their demeanor, presentation, social etiquette and ultimately the outcome of various event in their lives. Although normal; it is important for our nation to bridge this gap as these children end up within university and work circles. Some difference spawn "economic racism”, culture gaps and a never ending system of unresolved conflicts due to bitterness of economic differences.
Family name: 
Matutu
Given name: 
Kevin
The Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 20) Act. 2013. (6) States the right of youth to equal opportunity and protection from all harmful cultural practices, exploitations and all abuse. It also defines that the youth should be afforded access to recreational activities and learning opportunities” In support to this many other organizations such as: _________ CADASA: A nonprofit organization (whose name is an acronym for Communities Against Drug and Substance Abuse) have started services for the youth in order to understand their personal and cultural issues; their effects on their living conditions and their consequences if not assisted. CADASA conducts workshops, focus groups, and offers counseling and rehabilitation services. _________ CHIPAWO: Under a one year long project called "Youth Empowerment through Performing Arts (YETPA)" youths go through various modules on skills empowerment in art performance and how to make a living out of the performing arts. _______ LET THEM Trust: Through the years, we have developed our programming to include other arterial elements in the youth’s daily lives. We incorporate workshops and discussion platforms in our programming; giving participants a voice, lending an ear and providing a thought to how they can circumvent issues that affect them. We bring together children from different cultural, economic and social backgrounds to a 2/3 day festival where they share art in motion, learning through focus groups and interaction. _______ Our government is in a phase of encouraging the empowerment of the youth in many facets from education, funding for all projects through special instruments. However they can not cover all elements pertaining to the social and soft skills required for cultural assimilation. As an organization this is where we are most functional. We have been dealing with children’s arts and learning from their feedback at these events. They have echoed a similar story of the difficulty of understanding each other due to language, social background and exposure, economic stature, location (some of the children are located in the farthest, out of touch regions of Zimbabwe). Their concern is mainly how to deal with cultural shock, its affects and how to assimilate as they move from primary school to high school, high school to university in different parts of the country and the world.
Position: 
Development Manager
Address: 
5 Goodneston Close, Sentosa, Mabelreign
Postcode: 
Promotion of gender equality: 
Yes
Town: 
Harare
Please explain: 
By mandate, each application call for participants of the programme awards equal opportunities for both males and females. Out of the total participating students, we will have a total of 20 girls and 20 boys. We believe that leadership exists in both males and females, and opportunities of developing character traits and understanding should be awarded to both sexes.
Empowerment of youth: 
Yes
Country: 
Zimbabwe
Please explain: 
The CDI programme by nature is a capacity building initiative. The core concepts taught in the programme empower the youth in understanding themselves and the society around them. Through the training sessions, workshops and follow-up activities, participants and members in their communities will be able to learn a better way to handle cross culture interaction - making way for more collaboration and cooperative efforts at grassroots level.
Telephone: 
+263774509087
Promotion of South-South/North-South-South cooperation: 
Yes
Email: 
info@letthem.org
Please explain: 
We as LET THEM Trust, have acquired permission to conduct the CDI programme from Ruth Friedmann, a South African citizen who founded Umthombo Wesizwe - A nonprofit organization that ran the CDI Programme in South Africa for 7 years. We have acquired this programme under a usage license agreement (attached to this application). Ruth Friedmann is serves as a consultant on our CDI Programme in Zimbabwe.
Participation of various social groups in the areas of intervention of the IFCD: 
Yes
Date of establishment of entity / organization: 
24/9/2008
Place of establishment of entity/organization: 
Harare, Zimbabwe
Name: 
Chidochemoyo Musasiwa-Gutu
Responsibility in the activities of the project: 
Programme Director
Skills/background/qualifications: 
Non-Profit Programming, Advertising, Marketing, Public Relations
Name: 
Kevin Matutu
Responsibility in the activities of the project: 
Programme Developer
Skills/background/qualifications: 
Project Management, Event Management, Visual Design, Sound Engineering,
Name: 
Musta Samuel
Responsibility in the activities of the project: 
Programme Coordinator & Head Facilitator
Skills/background/qualifications: 
Motivational Speaker, Leadership Development, Personal Development
Name: 
Kudakwashe Mutasa
Responsibility in the activities of the project: 
Administrator
Skills/background/qualifications: 
Administration, Public Relations, Client Relationship Management
Please explain: 
The project at its core seeks to promote inclusivity of people from different backgrounds. This is done so that participants receive a holistic experience of learning of other cultures, not just from the facilitators, but from other participants as well. As a mandate, we have chosen to select 40 students from the 4 main different school types in Zimbabwe. These school types notably illustrate each child's background. We will identify 40 students (20 boys, 20 girls) from 4 different school types: - 10 from government schools - 10 from private schools - 10 from mission boarding schools - 10 from rural schools All these school types have different types of individuals from very distinct backgrounds. Mission and Rural schools in particular have a high enrollment rate of students from poor societal backgrounds with none or limited access to certain privileges that other children from affluent families. In the Second Year of the project, we will introduce a quota of: - 10 from students from a school with Children with Special Needs.
Main mission of applicant: 
LET THEM Trust is a child-oriented creative and cultural initiative that aims to create platforms for young people to groom and showcase their artistic talent. Founded in 2008, LET THEM Trust was originally geared to preserving traditional and cultural heritage through Ngano (traditional folktales) plays in schools, and has since evolved into a multifaceted organization. Through the years, we have developed our programs to include other issues that affect the lives of today’s youth on a daily basis. LET THEM also utilizes workshops and focus groups in its programming; to give participants a voice, lend an ear and give advice as to how participants can work through the issues that are affecting them. These workshops cover issues such as: • Cultural Diversity Intelligence • Zimbabwean Culture & Heritage • Children’s Rights, Peer Pressure, Loneliness • Mental, Physical and Sexual Abuse • Drugs & Substance Abuse • Teen Sexual Activity, Teen Prostitution, Teenage Pregnancies OUR VISION: Abundant platforms of expression and sustainable artistic career pathways for the creative youth of Zimbabwe MISSION: To nurture artistic talent, preserve cultural identity, and help develop career pathways for the youth in various creative fields. OBJECTIVES: 1. Through Programming: Provide sustainable platforms for upcoming young artists to develop and showcase their artistic talent 2. Through Workshops: Train the youth in Arts Business Management to increase their understanding of the business elements that will affect them in their artistic industries 3. Through Mentorship, Cultural Exchange and Career Pathway programmes: Foster a transition of a select-number of participants from schools into professional level opportunities. 4. Work with promising students from marginalized communities in an effort to give them skills, training and opportunities in the arts. 5. Through Information Dissemination: Increase understanding, appreciation and acceptance in parents with artistic youth of the arts as a viable career choice – in-turn allowing for more participation of the youth in the arts
Main activities of applicant: 
Annual School Arts Festival In-School - Theatre Programme
Result: 
RESULT 1
Description: 
School Presentations: (These presentations at school fall under the set-up phase of the project, and not an implementation component) School Presentations include our initial calls and meetings with School heads to establish their interest in the programme, and subsequent signing of the Agreement that enlists them as participating School. Upon Agreement signing, we will then present the programme to Grade 7s, furnish them with letters for their parents and application forms. The last phase of this phase is the evaluation of applications and selection of participants.
Planned activity: 
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 1.1
Description: 
School Presentations for 2017 Sub-programmes 1 & 2
Implementation Schedule: 
1/1/2017 to 31/1/2017
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
Number of students who submit applications to be part of the programme
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- A numerical Count of Application forms.
Location(s): 
Participating Schools: We will present the project to a total of 15 schools, the extra 5 schools is a contingency in case some schools choose not to participate or pull-out.
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- Forty 12 year old children from the 10 participating schools
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- The 10 Participating Schools from around the Mashonaland Province - Participating School childrens' families - Communities from which the students come from (Urban, Township, Rural communities
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 1.2
Description: 
School Presentations for 2018 Sub-programmes 1 & 2
Implementation Schedule: 
1/11/2017 to 1/12/2017
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
Number of students who submit applications to be part of the programme
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
Count of Application forms and parent consent forms
Location(s): 
Participating Schools
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- Forty 12 year old children from the 10 participating schools
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- The 10 Participating Schools from around the Mashonaland Province - Participating School childrens' families - Communities from which the students come from (Urban, Township, Rural communities
Result: 
RESULT 2
Description: 
Parent Meetings: (These presentations at school fall under the set-up phase of the project, and not an implementation component) Parent Meetings are meetings conducted at the participating schools and are designed to give the parents a better understanding of the Programme. Furthermore, we will furnish parents with all necessary documentation and required forms for consideration
Planned activity: 
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 2.1
Description: 
Parent Meetings for 2017 Sub-programme 1
Implementation Schedule: 
1/2/2017 to 17/2/2017
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
Number of Parents Who attend the meetings and reinforce the importance of the programme to their children
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- Number of selected applicants' parents who attend the programme (on average 50 parents, taking into consideration that some families are single-parent families, and some families will only send 1 parent to meeting based on their availability)
Location(s): 
10 Participating Schools: We will conduct meetings at each participating school of the sub-programme
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- Approximately 80 Parents of the participating students. (taking into account that some families are single-parent families)
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- 50 Students from 10 of the participating schools. - 10 schools by way of numerical count of their students representing the school at the CDI programme
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 2.2
Description: 
Parent Meetings for 2017 Sub-programme 2
Implementation Schedule: 
3/7/2017 to 21/7/2017
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
Number of Parents that attend the meetings and reinforce the importance of the programme to their children
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- Number of selected applicants' parents who attend the programme (on average 40 parents, taking into consideration that some families are single-parent families, and some families will only send 1 parent to meeting based on their availability)
Location(s): 
10 Participating Schools: We will conduct meetings at each participating school of the sub-programme
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- Approximately 80 Parents of the participating students. (taking into account that some families are single-parent families)
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- 50 Students from 10 of the participating schools. - 10 schools by way of numerical count of their students representing the school at the CDI programme
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 2.3
Description: 
Parent Meetings for 2018 Sub-programme 1
Implementation Schedule: 
1/2/2018 to 16/2/2018
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
Number of Parents that attend the meetings and reinforce the importantance of the programme to their children
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- Number of selected applicants' parents who attend the programme (on average 50 parents, taking into consideration that some families are single-parent families, and some families will only send 1 parent to meeting based on their availability)
Location(s): 
10 Participating Schools: We will conduct meetings at each participating school of the sub-programme
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- Approximately 80 Parents of the participating students. (taking into account that some families are single-parent families)
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- 50 Students from 10 of the participating schools. - 10 schools by way of numerical count of their students representing the school at the CDI programme
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 2.4
Description: 
Parent Meetings for 2018 Sub-programme 2
Implementation Schedule: 
2/7/2018 to 20/7/2018
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
Number of Parents that attend the meetings and reinforce the importantance of the programme to their children
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- Number of selected applicants' parents who attend the programme (on average 50 parents, taking into consideration that some families are single-parent families, and some families will only send 1 parent to meeting based on their availability)
Location(s): 
10 Participating Schools: We will conduct meetings at each participating school of the sub-programme
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- Approximately 80 Parents of the participating students. (taking into account that some families are single-parent families)
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- 50 Students from 10 of the participating schools. - 10 schools by way of numerical count of their students representing the school at the CDI programme
Result: 
RESULT 3
Description: 
CDI Youth Camps: The CDI camp is the core activity of this programme and is a 3-day camp at a designated campsite. Participants will undergo the CDI training and partake in workshops, activities and focus groups. Upon the completion of the camp, students will be given activities to complete at home.
Planned activity: 
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 3.1
Description: 
Sub-Programme 1 Camp (please note: implementation dates are not yet set in stone, but fall in the indicated month/s below)
Implementation Schedule: 
1/5/2017 to 29/5/2017
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
- 100% of students who pass the end of camp assessment
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- A minimum of 80% pass rate for each participant - 50 Surveys filled by all participants - 5 questionnaires filled by the facilitators
Location(s): 
Rest Haven Retreat: http://www.resthaven.co.zw/ "The retreat is situated in the beautiful, peaceful Miracle Valley, 25km north of Harare"
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- 50 Participating students from 10 schools (Private, Government, Missionary and Rural schools)
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- 50 families of Participating student's - 10 participating schools from various locations within the Harare/Mashonaland Province
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 3.2
Description: 
Sub-Programme 2 Camp (please note: implementation dates are not yet set in stone, but fall in the indicated month/s below)
Implementation Schedule: 
1/9/2017 to 30/9/2017
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
- 100% of students who pass the end of camp assessment
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- A minimum of 80% pass rate for each participant - 50 Surveys filled by all participants - 5 questionnaires filled by the facilitators
Location(s): 
RestHaven Retreat: http://www.resthaven.co.zw/ "The retreat is situated in the beautiful, peaceful Miracle Valley, 25km north of Harare"
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- 50 Participating students from 10 schools (Private, Government, Missionary and Rural schools)
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- 50 families of Participating student's - 10 participating schools from various locations within the Harare/Mashonaland Province
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 3.3
Description: 
Sub-Programme 3 Camp (please note: implementation dates are not yet set in stone, but fall in the indicated month/s below)
Implementation Schedule: 
1/5/2018 to 31/5/2018
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
- 100% of students who pass the end of camp assessment
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- A minimum of 80% pass rate for each participant - 50 Surveys filled by all participants - 5 questionnaires filled by the facilitators
Location(s): 
RestHaven Retreat: http://www.resthaven.co.zw/ "The retreat is situated in the beautiful, peaceful Miracle Valley, 25km north of Harare"
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- 50 Participating students from 10 schools (Private, Government, Missionary and Rural schools)
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- 50 families of Participating student's - 10 participating schools from various locations within the Harare/Mashonaland Province
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 3.4
Description: 
Sub-Programme 4 Camp (please note: implementation dates are not yet set in stone, but fall in the indicated month/s below)
Implementation Schedule: 
1/9/2018 to 30/9/2018
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
- 100% of students who pass the end of camp assessment
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- A minimum of 80% pass rate for each participant - 50 Surveys filled by all participants - 5 questionnaires filled by the facilitators
Location(s): 
RestHaven Retreat: http://www.resthaven.co.zw/ "The retreat is situated in the beautiful, peaceful Miracle Valley, 25km north of Harare"
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- 50 Participating students from 10 schools (Private, Government, Missionary and Rural schools)
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- 50 families of Participating student's - 10 participating schools from various locations within the Harare/Mashonaland Province
Result: 
RESULT 4
Description: 
In-School Session - Model 1: The first In-School Session of each sub-programme is held at each participating school with the participants of that respective school. The session is set to reinforce the aspects learnt at the camp, as well as monitor and evaluate the impact of the programme on the students. Students will be tasked to teach their classmates on what they would have learnt so far.
Planned activity: 
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 4.1
Description: 
In-School Session For 2017 Sub-programme 1
Implementation Schedule: 
1/6/2017 to 30/6/2017
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
- 100% of 50 students who completed their camp assignments
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- Assessments of 50 assignments given to the participants by facilitators
Location(s): 
- 10 Participating Schools in the Harare/Mashonaland Province (Private, Government, Missionary, Rural Schools)
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- 50 Participating students from the 10 participating schools
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- 50 participating student's families - 10 Schools from 5 school types in Mashonaland Province
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 4.2
Description: 
In-School Session For 2017 Sub-programme 2
Implementation Schedule: 
1/10/2017 to 31/10/2017
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
- 100% of 50 students who completed their In-School Session 1 assignments
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- Assessments of 50 assignments given to the participants by facilitators
Location(s): 
- 10 Participating Schools in the Harare/Mashonaland Province (Private, Government, Missionary, Rural Schools)
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- 50 Participating students from the 10 participating schools
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- 50 participating student's families - 10 Schools from 5 school types in Mashonaland Province
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 4.3
Description: 
In-School Session For 2018 Sub-programme 1
Implementation Schedule: 
1/6/2018 to 30/6/2018
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
- 100% of 50 students who completed their camp assignments
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- Assessments of 50 assignments given to the participants by facilitators
Location(s): 
- 10 Participating Schools in the Harare/Mashonaland Province (Private, Government, Missionary, Rural Schools)
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- 50 Participating students from the 10 participating schools
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- 50 participating student's families - 10 Schools from 5 school types in Mashonaland Province
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 4.4
Description: 
In-School Session For 2018 Sub-programme 2
Implementation Schedule: 
1/10/2018 to 31/10/2018
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
- 100% of 50 students who completed their In-School Session 1 assignments
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- Assessments of 50 assignments given to the participants by facilitators
Location(s): 
- 10 Participating Schools in the Harare/Mashonaland Province (Private, Government, Missionary, Rural Schools)
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- 50 Participating students from the 10 participating schools
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- 50 participating student's families - 10 Schools from 5 school types in Mashonaland Province
Result: 
RESULT 5
Description: 
In-School Session - Model 2: The second In-School session takes a comprehensive approach as it will include all grade 7s in each participating school. It will include the airing of the mini-documentary of the programme in which their peers would have participated in, and seek to spark the seed of cultural empathy and inclusivity in all students before they go to on to their next stages in life.
Planned activity: 
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 5.1
Description: 
In-School Session - Model 2: For 2017 Sub-programme 1
Implementation Schedule: 
1/7/2017 to 31/7/2017
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
- A minimum of 1000 students across all participating school's Grade 7 Streams undergoing training of the basic core concepts of the CDI programme touching on the basic understanding importance and acceptance of other cultures
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- 5 Facilitator and Teacher Assessments of the Grade 7 streams undertaking of the programme
Location(s): 
- 10 Participating Schools in the Harare/Mashonaland Province (Private, Government, Missionary, Rural Schools)
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- 1,000 students from ALL of the participating School's Grade 7 streams
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- 10 Participating Schools - Approximately 1000 families of the students who partake in the collective presentation of the Core Concepts
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 5.2
Description: 
In-School Session - Model 2: For 2017 Sub-programme 2
Implementation Schedule: 
1/11/2017 to 30/11/2017
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
- A minimum of 1000 students across all participating school's Grade 7 Streams undergoing training of the basic core concepts of the CDI programme touching on the basic understanding importance and acceptance of other cultures
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- 5 Facilitator and Teacher Assessments of the Grade 7 streams undertaking of the programme
Location(s): 
- 10 Participating Schools in the Harare/Mashonaland Province (Private, Government, Missionary, Rural Schools)
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- 1,000 students from ALL of the participating School's Grade 7 streams
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- 10 Participating Schools - Approximately 1000 families of the students who partake in the collective presentation of the Core Concepts
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 5.3
Description: 
In-School Session - Model 2: For 2018 Sub-programme 1
Implementation Schedule: 
1/7/2018 to 31/7/2018
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
- A minimum of 1000 students across all participating school's Grade 7 Streams undergoing training of the basic core concepts of the CDI programme touching on the basic understanding importance and acceptance of other cultures
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- 5 Facilitator and Teacher Assessments of the participants of the programme
Location(s): 
- 10 Participating Schools in the Harare/Mashonaland Province (Private, Government, Missionary, Rural Schools)
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- 1,000 students from ALL of the participating School's Grade 7 streams
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- 10 Participating Schools - Approximately 1000 families of the students who partake in the collective presentation of the Core Concepts
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 5.4
Description: 
In-School Session - Model 2: For 2018 Sub-programme 2
Implementation Schedule: 
1/11/2018 to 30/11/2018
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
- A minimum of 1000 students across all participating school's Grade 7 Streams undergoing training of the basic core concepts of the CDI programme touching on the basic understanding importance and acceptance of other cultures
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- 5 Facilitator and Teacher Assessments of the Grade 7 streams undertaking of the programme
Location(s): 
- 10 Participating Schools in the Harare/Mashonaland Province (Private, Government, Missionary, Rural Schools)
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- 1,000 students from ALL of the participating School's Grade 7 streams
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- 10 Participating Schools - Approximately 1000 families of the students who partake in the collective presentation of the Core Concepts
Result: 
RESULT 6
Description: 
Sub-Programme Documentary: The Sub-Programme documentary will include footage from the camp, in-school sessions and interviews of participants. It will handed to the participants as mementos, and will be used in promoting the CDI Programme.
Planned activity: 
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 6.1
Description: 
SP Documentary: For 2017 Sub-programme 1
Implementation Schedule: 
1/8/2017 to 31/8/2017
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
As it is a Content based documentary, indicators will include the aggregate audiovisual elements. And DVD copies handed to participants.
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
Verification of this result is based on the DVDs and Compiled documentary that will be released
Location(s): 
Physical Distribution: Copies handed out to participants of each sub-programme, as well as NGOs, Media and other personnel
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- 50 Participating Students from 10 Participating Schools in the Harare/Mashonaland Province (Private, Government, Missionary, Rural Schools)
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- 50 Participating student's families - 10 participating Schools
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 6.2
Description: 
SP Documentary: For 2017 Sub-programme 2
Implementation Schedule: 
1/12/2017 to 31/12/2017
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
As it is a Content based documentary, indicators will include the aggregate audiovisual elements. And DVD copies handed to participants.
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
Verification of this result is based on the DVDs and Compiled documentary that will be released
Location(s): 
Physical Distribution: Copies handed out to participants of each sub-programme, as well as NGOs, Media and other personnel
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- 50 Participating Students from 10 Participating Schools in the Harare/Mashonaland Province (Private, Government, Missionary, Rural Schools)
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- 50 Participating student's families - 10 participating Schools
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 6.3
Description: 
SP Documentary: For 2018 Sub-programme 1
Implementation Schedule: 
1/8/2018 to 31/8/2018
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
As it is a Content based documentary, indicators will include the aggregate audiovisual elements. And DVD copies handed to participants.
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
Verification of this result is based on the DVDs and Compiled documentary that will be released
Location(s): 
Physical Distribution: Copies handed out to participants of each sub-programme, as well as NGOs, Media and other personnel
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- 50 Participating Students from 10 Participating Schools in the Harare/Mashonaland Province (Private, Government, Missionary, Rural Schools)
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- 50 Participating student's families - 10 participating Schools
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 6.4
Description: 
SP Documentary: For 2018 Sub-programme 2
Implementation Schedule: 
1/12/2018 to 31/12/2018
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
As it is a Content based documentary, indicators will include the aggregate audiovisual elements. And DVD copies handed to participants.
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
Verification of this result is based on the DVDs and Compiled documentary that will be released
Location(s): 
Physical Distribution: Copies handed out to participants of each sub-programme, as well as NGOs, Media and other personnel
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- 50 Participating Students from 10 Participating Schools in the Harare/Mashonaland Province (Private, Government, Missionary, Rural Schools)
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- 50 Participating student's families - 10 participating Schools
Result: 
RESULT 7
Description: 
Project Magazine: At the end of Each year, we will compile imagery, statements, statistics, information and findings from the camps and in-school programmes. This publication will be given to participants, other NGOs, authorities, as well as be available for sale to schools and the public
Planned activity: 
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 7.1
Description: 
Project Magazine: For 2017
Implementation Schedule: 
1/11/2017 to 31/12/2017
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
- A 100-page project magazine designed - 500 Copies of the magazine printed - 500 copies of the magazine distributed
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- Testimonials by 80 participants from the past two sub-programmes on what they think of the magazine - Testimonials by schools heads on what they think of the magazine
Location(s): 
- Distribution at the 8 schools of the 2 preceding sub-programmes - Distribution to NGOs, INGOs, Governmental Ministries and possible future partners
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- 80 Participating Students from 8 schools in the Mashonaland Province - 8 Participating Schools (Private, Government, Missionary, Rural Schools) - Ministry of Education - Ministry of Psychomotor
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- Future Grade 7s in the 8 participating schools
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 7.2
Description: 
Project Magazine: For 2018
Implementation Schedule: 
1/11/2018 to 31/12/2018
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
- A 100-page project magazine designed - 500 Copies of the magazine printed - 500 copies of the magazine distributed
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- Testimonials by 80 participants from the past two sub-programmes on what they think of the magazine - Testimonials by schools heads on what they think of the magazine
Location(s): 
- Distribution at the 8 schools of the 2 preceding sub-programmes - Distribution to NGOs, INGOs, Governmental Ministries and possible future partners
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- 80 Participating Students from 8 schools in the Mashonaland Province - 8 Participating Schools (Private, Government, Missionary, Rural Schools) - Ministry of Education - Ministry of Psychomotor
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- Future Grade 7s in the 8 participating schools
Result: 
RESULT 8
Description: 
Cultural Diversity Day (1-Day Event): The Cultural Diversity Day is an event that where all participants (80 students from 8 schools) in the calendar year, will meet and showcase what they have learnt to their parents and stakeholders. The event will include the airing of the comprehensive year's documentary, as well as cultural expressions by the participants
Planned activity: 
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 8.1
Description: 
The Cultural Diversity Day: For 2017 (please note: the dates for this activity have not been finalized, but will fall under the month indicated below)
Implementation Schedule: 
1/12/2017 to 16/12/2017
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
- Attendance numbers by CDI participants from the 2 preceding sub-programmes - Involvement of at least 2 Sub-Saharan embassies - A minimum of 50% Attendance of the participant's parents (numbers to be confirmed once we know the individual participants and their family make-up) - Attendance by Government officials: Ministry of Education, Ministry of Psychomotor - Attendance by media personnel: Newspapers, Radio, National Television
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- Attendance reports of all group types - Participation statistics reports - Reviews of the event and programme elements by industry practitioners and personnel
Location(s): 
Harare, Zimbabwe: Venue to be confirmed
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- 80 Participating Students, - 8 Participating Schools (Private, Government, Missionary, Rural Schools) - A minimum of 2 participating Sub-Saharan Embassies
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- NGOs and INGOs - Civil Authorities - 2 Governmental Ministries: Ministry of Education, Ministry of Psychomotor, Ministry of Rural Development & Preservation of Culture
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 8.2
Description: 
The Cultural Diversity Day: For 2018 (please note: the dates for this activity have not been finalized, but will fall under the month indicated below)
Implementation Schedule: 
1/12/2018 to 15/12/2018
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
- Attendance numbers by CDI participants from the 2 preceding sub-programmes - Involvement of at least 2 Sub-Saharan embassies - A minimum of 50% Attendance of the participant's parents (numbers to be confirmed once we know the individual participants and their family make-up) - Attendance by Government officials: Ministry of Education, Ministry of Psychomotor, Ministry of Rural Development & Preservation of Culture - Attendance by media personnel: Newspapers, Radio, National Television
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- Attendance reports of all group types - Participation statistics reports - Reviews of the event and programme elements by industry practitioners and personnel
Location(s): 
Harare, Zimbabwe: Venue to be confirmed
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- 80 Participating Students, - 8 Participating Schools (Private, Government, Missionary, Rural Schools) - A minimum of 2 participating Sub-Saharan Embassies
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- NGOs and INGOs - Civil Authorities - 2 Governmental Ministries: Ministry of Education, Ministry of Psychomotor, Ministry of Rural Development & Preservation of Culture
Result: 
RESULT 9
Description: 
Project Documentary: The Project documentary will include footage from the camp, in-school sessions and interviews of participants, facilitators, mentors and other persons of interest. It will be aired at the Cultural Day, and available online for public viewing.
Planned activity: 
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 9.1
Description: 
Project Documentary: Editing & Compiling footage from all past 4 sub-programmes, and producing a final documentary.
Implementation Schedule: 
1/11/2018 to 15/12/2018
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
- DVD footage compilation to compile 1 documentary - DVDs produced and distributed
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- Receipt for DVDs produced - Signature of collection by receipients for DVDs distributed - Screen captures of online views - Total Number times the documentary is aired on National TV
Location(s): 
- Editing and Compilation will be conducted in Harare, Zimbabwe - DVD duplication will be conducted in Harare, Zimbabwe - Documentary upload will be conducted from Harare, Zimbabwe
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- 200 Participating Students - 16 Participating Schools (Private, Government, Missionary, Rural Schools)
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- NGOs and INGOs (at the present moment, it is dificult to know the exact number of NGOs and INGOs that we will distribute the content to) - Civil Societies: (at the present moment, it is dificult to know the exact number of NGOs and INGOs that we will distribute the content to) - 3 Governmental Ministries: Ministry of Education, Ministry of Psychomotor, Ministry of Rural Development & Preservation of Culture
Result: 
RESULT 10
Description: 
Project Finalization: The Project Finalization and wind-down includes activities set report and highlight the findings of the project and ensure the sustainability.
Planned activity: 
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 0.1
Description: 
Project Report: Upon the completion of the 2-year project, A full comprehensive report will be drafted and published. This report will include participant's names, activities undertaken, statistics, observations, survey findings, testimonials, participating school statements, post-programme participant survey data and any other information suitable for publication
Implementation Schedule: 
1/11/2018 to 21/12/2018
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
Statistics of Public buy-in and support of the programme
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- Questionnaires and Surveys
Location(s): 
Digital Distribution via the LET THEM website: www.letthem.org
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- Partners & Donors PLEASE NOTE: That the numbers for the above-mentioned beneficiaries is currently unknown
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- NGOs and INGOs - Civil Societies - Governmental Ministries PLEASE NOTE: That the numbers for the above-mentioned beneficiaries is currently unknown
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 0.2
Description: 
Submission of Findings: Submission of Findings and other relevant data to Ministries, Donors and other governing bodies
Implementation Schedule: 
3/12/2018 to 31/12/2018
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
- Interest shown for the CDI programme by bodies
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- Correspondence with expression of interest from recipients
Location(s): 
Email submission to targeted organizations and authorities.
Direct Beneficiaries: 
- Donors - Civil Societies - Governmental Ministries PLEASE NOTE: That the numbers for the above-mentioned beneficiaries is currently unknown
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- Schools in Zimbabwe in that - Future Grade 7s who take up the programme
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 0.3
Description: 
Project Pitch to Schools for Extra-Curriculum Inclusion: After the competition of the project, we will present our findings and pitch to 20 schools for them to include the CDI programme in their schools
Implementation Schedule: 
1/11/2018 to 21/12/2018
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
- Schools who show interest and contract us and the CDI programme for 2019 and beyond
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- Signed Contracts with schools for 2019
Location(s): 
Zimbabwe: Various Target Schools
Direct Beneficiaries: 
Various Schools and student bodies
Indirect Beneficaries: 
Future Grade 7 Students of targeted schools
Activity: 
ACTIVITY 0.4
Description: 
Project Pitch to Ministry of Education for Country-wide curriculum Inclusion and deployment over the next 5 years
Implementation Schedule: 
1/11/2018 to 21/12/2018
What indicator(s) disaggregated by gender are to be used to measure the achievement of the expected result? : 
- Documented interest by Government/Ministry Officials - Provisional or Permanent plan to include the CDI programme in schools across the country
What are the means of verification of this indicator(s)? : 
- Documented Correspondence from the recipient
Location(s): 
Ministry of Education in Harare, Zimbabwe:
Direct Beneficiaries: 
Ministry of Education as they are the sole recipient of the presentation and information that they can include in curriculum change
Indirect Beneficaries: 
- Schools in Zimbabwe - Future Grade 7s who take up the programme - LET THEM Trust in that it will receive endorsements on the credibility of the CDI programme, and get subsequent project work PLEASE NOTE: That the numbers for the above-mentioned beneficiaries is currently unknown
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? : 
In order to ensure the project’s continuity, the following steps will be taken: 1) The Ministry of Education awards us permission to take the CDI programme into schools. We will be giving them detailed reports that include statistics, feedback and content of the programme, and quantifiable impacts of the programme on participants, their peers, schools and communities. 2) PARTNERSHIPS: To ensure sustainability, we look to form partnerships with Supporting Organizations and Corporates. In our other programmes (as a Trust), we have already formed partnerships and secured sponsorship from corporates such as SPAR Supermarket, UMAX (Internet Provider), PRO Brands (food manufacturer), and Dendairy (dairy product manufacturer). Wherever they cannot provide cash they have resolved to provide in-kind to offset costs. We will therefore seek partners and sponsors for: a) Stationery & Paper b) Food & Beverages c) Transportation d) Media 3) REVENUE STREAMS: We aim to establish revenue streams for the CDI programme such as: a) Fees for camp attendance b) Merchandise Sales: Magazine, DVDs, T-Shirts, Mementos c) Private consultations and presentations for external organizations d) Fundraising events 4) PUBLIC RELATIONS: Our communication strategy includes communicating and disseminating content and information via the following channels: a) Text, Image and Video content via website and social media pages. b) Experience, Results and Impact through the CDI Magazine (distributed to relevant channels such as Schools, Headmasters and Supporting Partners etc.) c) Full transformation and empowerment examples illustrated in the CDI Documentaries (aired to National TV and distributed through Schools and Supporting Partners) 5) EXPANSION/REPLICATION: To ensure adoption and widespread impact of the CDI Programme, we will partner with vetted and eligible organizations and train Facilitators in different territories to carry on the CDI In-School Training Sessions in their regions. 6) Establish an ongoing schools CDI presence as a part of their extra curriculum subjects by partnering schools and being included as part of their Life Skills programme. This will be done by aligning CDI to the school curriculum as approved by the Ministry of Education and interested schools. 7) All feedback and experiences from all camps, presentations from the participants and partners will be taken into account during our biannual meetings as a Trust to review progress. We fully understand that CDI is an ever evolving programme that will allow is to consistently evaluate and add whatever is required as we receive feedback. The programme is flexible (though strucyunchanging) as we understand it comes to service a need - and the need evolves according to trend, needs and general socio-economic and political climates.
What measures/steps will you take to follow up with the beneficiaries of the project after its completion?: 
The main beneficiaries of the CDI Programme are Grade 7 Students transitioning from junior school to high school. Our follow-up methods with the beneficiaries are: 1) Questionnaires and Surveys conducted with participants in their first school Term of High-School to ascertain if their assimilation in a different environment was made easier by lessons learnt from the programme. 2) Through social media platforms, participants will be able to update facilitators and also get assistance they might require. 3) Annual reports also provide new follow up techniques on matters that are important to the participants.
Total funding requested from the IFCD (not exceeding US$ 100,000): 
$54920.00
Total co/self-funding income: 
$16100.00
Total project cost: 
71020.00
Source: 
Description: 
We, as LET THEM Trust will provide financing for the following: Administrative Support: $6,600.00 Internet: $1,100.00
Amount: 
$7700.00
Status of funding: 
Confirmed
Source: 
Description: 
PRO Brands (a food manufacturer in Harare, Zimbabwe)
Kind: 
Discussions for sponsorship from PRO Brands (a food manufacturer) for Camp related Food & Beverages is underway The total cost of Food & Beverages for all of the camp activities for the entire project is: $8,400.00
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: 
Title of the project: 
None
Amount of funding: 
$0.00
Period: 
N/A
Are you currently applying for other UNESCO funds?: 
Yes
Please provide details: 
IFPC for our "4th Annual School Arts Festival" Project
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;
[  ] 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.: 
[  ] Innovation and new business models applied to cultural entrepreneurship;
[  ] 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.: 
[  ] 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;
[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: 
Our organizational Trust Registration Deed
Category: 
Official Document proving your legal status
Language of Document: 
English
Description: 
Our organization's Tax Clearance certificate
Category: 
Other
Language of Document: 
English
Description: 
Financial Management Statement by Baker Tilly Gwatidzo
Category: 
Other
Language of Document: 
English
Description: 
CDI Programme - Assignment Agreement with Ruth Friedmann & Umthombo Wesizwe
Category: 
Other
Language of Document: 
English
Document: 
Description: 
Organizational Logo
Category: 
Image/Logo
Language of Document: 
English
Document: 
Description: 
Cultural Diversity Intelligence programme Graphic Representation
Category: 
Image/Logo
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: 
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: 
CADASA - Communities Against Drug, Alcohol and Substance Abuse
Type of Institution: 
NGO
Country: 
Zimbabwe
Role in project: 
CADASA is a charitable youth serving organisation working in the area of drug and substance abuse. Our goal is to assist youths and children to stay away from drug and substance abuse. CADASA believes drugs free youths have better chances of realising their dreams and aspirations. CADASA comes in on the CDI Project to run a workshop on the dangers of substance abuse, and how the participants should refrain from stigmatizing other peers who go through various issues in life.
Name: 
Harare City Junior Council
Type of Institution: 
Public authority
Country: 
Zimbabwe
Role in project: 
Harare City Junior Council is a body that represents the youth in schools within the Parliament. HCJC has over 45 member schools and will assist us in accessing and enlisting schools.
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 StaffProject Director, Project Coordinator,ACTIVITY 1.140per school15600.000.00600.00x
Project StaffCamp DirectorACTIVITY 3.1, ACTIVITY 3.2, ACTIVITY 3.3, ACTIVITY 3.4200per item4800.000.00800.00x
Project StaffProgramme CoordinatorACTIVITY 3.1, ACTIVITY 3.2, ACTIVITY 3.3, ACTIVITY 3.4200per camp4800.000.00800.00x
Project StaffEvent ManagerACTIVITY 8.1, ACTIVITY 8.2200per item2400.000.00400.00x
Project StaffProject Director, Project CoordinatorACTIVITY 1.240per school15600.000.00600.00x
Contractor/Subcontractor/ConsultantFacilitatorsAll the activities2000for the whole project510,000.000.0010,000.00x
Contractor/Subcontractor/ConsultantPhotographyAll the activities1500per year23,000.000.003,000.00x
Contractor/Subcontractor/ConsultantEvent StaffACTIVITY 8.1, ACTIVITY 8.21000per item22,000.000.002,000.00x
Contractor/Subcontractor/ConsultantGraphic/Visual DesignerAll the activities3000for entire project13,000.000.003,000.00x
Contractor/Subcontractor/ConsultantDocumentary Production (please see gold packageAll the activities1500per sub-programme46,000.000.006,000.00x
Administrative/SupportAdministratorAll the activities300per month226,600.006,600.000.00x
Subtotal33,800.006,600.0027,200.00
% of the Grand Total47.59%40.99%49.53%
Travel and per diem
Land Transportationto 15 schoolsACTIVITY 1.1, ACTIVITY 1.220per school30600.000.00600.00x
Land TransportationTo Parent MeetingsACTIVITY 2.1, ACTIVITY 2.2, ACTIVITY 2.3, ACTIVITY 2.4200per sub-programme4800.000.00800.00x
Land TransportationTo & From CampsiteACTIVITY 3.1, ACTIVITY 3.2, ACTIVITY 3.3, ACTIVITY 3.4150per item4600.000.00600.00x
Land TransportationFacilitator Travel to & from schoolsACTIVITY 4.1, ACTIVITY 4.2, ACTIVITY 4.3, ACTIVITY 4.4, ACTIVITY 5.1, ACTIVITY 5.2, ACTIVITY 5.3, ACTIVITY 5.4200per session81,600.000.001,600.00x
Per diem for domestic missions/TripsFor Staff & FacilitatorsACTIVITY 1.1, ACTIVITY 1.2, ACTIVITY 2.1, ACTIVITY 2.2, ACTIVITY 2.3, ACTIVITY 2.4, ACTIVITY 4.1, ACTIVITY 4.2, ACTIVITY 4.3, ACTIVITY 4.4, ACTIVITY 5.1, ACTIVITY 5.2, ACTIVITY 5.3, ACTIVITY 5.430per item14420.000.00420.00x
Subtotal4,020.000.004,020.00
% of the Grand Total5.66%0.00%7.32%
Equipment and supplies
OtherSound, Stage & Lighting HireACTIVITY 8.1, ACTIVITY 8.21000per day22,000.000.002,000.00x
OtherStationery (including camps)All the activities4200for entire project14,200.000.004,200.00x
Subtotal6,200.000.006,200.00
% of the Grand Total8.73%0.00%11.29%
Communication
OtherSocial Media ManagementAll the activities50per month221,100.000.001,100.00x
OtherNewspaper- Flyer Ads, Ads in Magazines, Youth Sites, Facebook AdsAll the activities3000for entire project13,000.000.003,000.00x
Publications (editing, design, printing, etc.)Documentary DVD duplicationACTIVITY 6.1, ACTIVITY 6.2, ACTIVITY 6.3, ACTIVITY 6.41per item400400.000.00400.00x
Publications (editing, design, printing, etc.)Printing & Production of Magazines (100 page, A5 Magazine, 500 quantity per year)ACTIVITY 7.1, ACTIVITY 7.23200per year26,400.000.006,400.00x
Publications (editing, design, printing, etc.)DVD Duplication (1,000 copies)ACTIVITY 9.11per item10001,000.000.001,000.00x
Subtotal11,900.000.0011,900.00
% of the Grand Total16.76%0.00%21.67%
Other costs and services
OtherFood & Beverages for Staff & teamACTIVITY 8.1, ACTIVITY 8.2250per item2500.000.00500.00x
OtherCampsite Rental FeesACTIVITY 3.1, ACTIVITY 3.2, ACTIVITY 3.3, ACTIVITY 3.4500per camp42,000.000.002,000.00x
OtherVenue Hire FeesACTIVITY 8.1, ACTIVITY 8.21000per day22,000.000.002,000.00x
OtherFood & BeveragesACTIVITY 3.1, ACTIVITY 3.2, ACTIVITY 3.3, ACTIVITY 3.42100per camp48,400.008,400.000.00x
Subtotal12,900.008,400.004,500.00
% of the Grand Total18.16%52.17%8.19%
Overhead
OtherPhoneAll the activities50per month221,100.000.001,100.00x
OtherInternet (shared office)All the activities50per month221,100.001,100.000.00x
Subtotal2,200.001,100.001,100.00
% of the Grand Total3.10%6.83%2.00%
Grand Total71,020.0016,100.0054,920.00
Percentage of Grand Total22.67%77.33%
Subtitle: 
Date: 
Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Full Name of the representative of the National Commission as Signature: 
Daphine Mukaronda