PAFIWA MUTASA COMMUNITY
LAYOUT OF PROPOSAL
DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITIES
INTERVENTIONS / STRATEGIES
PROJECT PARTNERS AND ROLES
SELECTION CRITERIA FOR BENEFICIARIES
RISKS AND MEASUREMENTS
11. MARKETING / BANKING
CONSTITUTION AND WORK AGREEMENT I MEMORANDUM OF
TERMINATION I SEPERATION I EXIT INTERVIEWS
BOARD MEMBERS AND CHILD COMMITTEES
REQUESTS I MOTIVATION I ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
CODE OF CONDUCTS FOR ASSETS
Mutasa Pfiwa Community Development project is found in Nyamunokora village close to Pafiwa High School, Box 4396 in Sanyamandwe ward, Mutasa District, Manicaland Province in Zimbabwe.
All fund raising is done in the United Kingdom. Pafiwa Mutasa Project is in farming region 2 of the Eastern Highlands where the soils are mainly loam. It receives average rainfall of up to 1000 mm per annum.
The project's guiding principle is transparency, accountability and support which are reinforced by prayer and finance. The sponsors aims to give a hand up, to sustain community initiates.
To create an opportunity or platform for children to work whilst in school and raise income for their basic social economic needs and developm life skills through hands on. Priority of needs
Schools and sports fees
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To increase access to and affordable white meat and eggs 20% to Mutasa community and Mutare by piggery at Pafiwa High School all year round. To create a revolving fund that will sponsor selected needy secondary school going children by embarking on income generating activities year round in which children ful1y participate as a club.
The project seeks to provide sponsor funds to enable selected children to start poultry and piggery projects.
The funds will be used to:
a) Procure building materials for the fowl runs and pig sty, feeds, grain, medicines and tools.
b) Buy protective clothing and first aid kits
c) Administration and salaries for the co-ordinator and assistant d) Pay travel and subsistence and stationery
e) Buy 3 pigs, 200 broilers and 100 layers
f) Secure project vehicle and succeeding assets
g) Contractor payments e.g builders.
The pig sty and fowl run will be built at the secondary school with standard approved building plans from AREX (Agricultural Research and Extension) being the supervising authority.
The children doing woodwork will assist by constructing cages that will be used in the early ages of the chicks.
The District Veterinary Officer and Sanyamandwe East and West Agricultural Research Extension workers will assist with technical support thus for early detection of unfavorable signs and symptoms on the animals, birds and selection of quality seeds that are suitable for this area.
The school shall provide land to do gardening in order to produce maize and vegetables which will boost feeds, for the sale and sharing among the children as part of the motivation and supporting home food security.
Growing of maize and grain crops and vegetables will help reduce costs on inputs and vegetables will give them early funds and will be source of motivation. Also these vegetables are a good sources of supplementary feed to pigs and fowls.
INTERVENTIONS / STRATEGIES
1 x 4 compartment pig sty
2 fowl runs
Fence a 50 x 50 m garden
Hire a Co-ordinator assistant for the first five months
Select children who will participate as club members
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