FOR COMMUNITY PROJECT PROPOSALS
Before submitting a proposal, the authors should check the following.
Before approving a proposal, the funders should check the following
- Are all the sections (chapters) of the proposal included in this proposal? (As listed on the guidelines).
- Are the beneficiaries identified? Are they the lowest income group of the community?
- Are many women included as beneficiaries?
- Has the whole community (not only some leaders) agreed this is the highest priority (ie the first choice) for a community project?
- Have many women participated in the decision and design of this project?
- Is the whole community input identified? Is it at least half the total cost of the project?
- Are the physical details complete? (Amounts, diagrams, designs, sizes).
- Are the phases identified? (The time needed to complete each stage of the project).
- Are the costs of each phase identified?
- Is the total amount requested less than 10,000,000/= (Uganda Shillings)?
- Is the executive committee identified? Do its members include community leaders, not just civil servants?
- Is a bank account opened yet for the project?
- Has a project accounts system been set up?
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