Section 5 : Apply the section 5 files
of the Model to your project area. (15 hours)
The order of sequence of the project activities.[15 hours]
Sub-section 5-1. Files 05.01 – 05.09 [08 hours]
Some files are quite large but need little adaptation. The statutes in
parts 05.07 and 05.08 need to be adapted
where necessary in accordance with the laws of the host country.
Sub-section 5-2. Files 05.11 - 05.17 [03 hours]
Files 05.11 and 05.17 refer to the environmental effects of the project.
The statutory requirements of the host country need to be analysed.
Copies of laws and regulations should be cited and, if possible, attached to
the project documentation. The project is local. With the exception of small
gypsum quarries for material for local use only, the project does not exploit
natural resources. It protects them.
Sub-section 5-3. Files 05.12 - 05.16 and 05.21 - 05.69 [04 hours]
Description of the structures and a description of improvements to the
quality of life of the inhabitants. The texts need to be adapted as required.
05.00 THE ORDER OF SEQUENCE FOR
05.01 Table of indicators.
05.02 Logical framework.
05.03 Activity plan.
05.04 Four-page summary for funding purposes.
05.05 Description of the action for funding purposes.
05.06 Summary of the
05.07 Statutes for the Local Cooperative (name) for the
on-going management of the structures created.
05.08 Statutes of the NGO (name) responsible for execution
of the project structures.
05.09 Illustration of the formal steps necessary to get
project execution started.
OF THE PLANNED SOCIAL STRUCTURES.
05.11 Initial Environmental Study.
05.12 Creation of the hygiene education structures.
05.13 Creation of the tank commissions.
05.14 Creation of the well commissions.
05.15 Creation of the project management structure.
05.16 Creation of the social security structure.
05.17 Environmental impact report.
05.20 DESCRIPTION OF THE PLANNED FINANCIAL STRUCTURES.
05.21 Interest-free cooperative local money structures.
05.22 Interest-free cooperative micro-credit structures.
05.30 DESCRIPTION OF THE PLANNED PRODUCTIVE STRUCTURES.
05.31 Units for the production of items made from gypsum
05.32 Units for the production of mini-briquettes for
05.33 Production of bio-mass for mini-briquettes.
05.34 Installation and on-going maintenance structures.
05.35 Structure for local radio station.
05.36 Some other typical productive structures.
05.37 Job creation.
OF THE PLANNED SERVICE STRUCTURES.
05.41 Drinking water supply structures.
05.42 Sanitation structures.
05.43 Waste recycling structures.
05.44 Lighting for study purposes ; lighting and
photovoltaic refrigeration in clinics.
05.45 Smoke hazard elimination structures.
05.46 Education structures.
05.47 Health aspects.
05.48 Rainwater harvesting.
05.50 SOME COMMONLY PREFERRED NON-PRODUCTIVE STRUCTURES.
05.51 Domestic lighting systems.
05.60 SUMMARY OF IMPROVEMENTS TO THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF THE INHABITANTS.
05.62 Health aspects.
05.69 Contributions of users
and on-going maintenance and administration costs.
Evaluation of the project at the student’s request.
◄ Section D: The student's project.
◄ Main index for the
Diploma in Integrated Development (Dip. Int. Dev.)
◄ List of key words.
◄ List of references.
◄ Course chart.
◄ Technical aspects.
◄ Courses available.
◄ Homepage Bakens Verzet.
"Money is not the key that opens the gates of the market but the
bolt that bars them."
Gesell, Silvio, The Natural Economic Order, revised English edition,
Peter Owen, London
1958, page 228.
“Poverty is created scarcity”
Wahu Kaara, point 8 of the Global Call to Action Against Poverty, 58th
annual NGO Conference, United Nations, New
York 7th September 2005.
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