Project Data Sheet
Project Name MARY LAN CHILDTEN HOME/ACADEMY
Project Developer Name of Company / Person UNMOVABLE BAPTIST CHURCH/PASTOR REGINALD G. LANGAR
MONROVIA, LIBERIA. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.com
Legal Form of Project Developer The account number of the project is:
Account Title: Mary Lan Children Home/ Academy
Bank: United Bank for Africa (UBA)
Address: Broad & Nelson Street, Monrovia, Liberia, West Africa
A/C #: 53030500026356
SWIFT CODE: UNAFLRLM
Incomplete Structure of the Primary School. The Church Edifice
The Rental Home for the Children Home
Construction cement for the primary school building
Location Careysburg, Montserrado County, Monrovia, Liberia, west Africa
Brief Description of Project (Max 150 words) The Unmovable Baptist Church located in Paynesville City, Montserrado County Liberia demonstrates in a personal and honest way faith, trust and compassion. We are obligated to the value and participation of each community member through care, respect and changing the community.
We are therefore extending this mission towards the orphans in the community around us and especially those orphaned as a result of HIV and AIDS as well as the Civil Crisis that lasted for 15 years and the present Ebola crisis in areas of Paynesville, Congo Town, Garnerville, Duala, and Montserrado County, Liberia.
The number of orphans is increasing everyday due to ignorance and poverty in the country. This has especially affected the abovementioned areas within our community.
The children’s Home will be located in Johnsonville City, Montserrado County 8 Km from the City Centre. It will be on a twenty-acre piece of land, and will host the orphans who are currently housed in a rented premises moved in the new site by October, 2016.
The Hilltop Baptist Church was founded (Eight) years ago, previously it used to be part of Repentance Baptist Church. From ten congregations it has grown to (30) thirty congregations it seeks to demonstrate faith, trust and compassion so that the community may experience transformation spiritually, mentally, and physically. It is in this concept that the church has seen the suffering of children whose parents have died due to HIV&AIDS, Ebola virus, and civil crisis and other diseases. Some of these parents are members of the church and the community.
We are obligated to the value and participation of each member through care, respect and changing the community and therefore have the confidence to put up a children’s home/Academy that will cater for these children. Equally, we have started mobilizing our church members and the community by creating awareness of this need so that members may support the children’s home/Academy through donations and sponsorship. This will enhance the Children’ Home. Currently the Church is running a Primary School. We intend to harmonize these facilities to assist the children’s home/Academy in future once the home is set up.
We have involved in assisting other homes and also in educating some orphans who have relatives or guardians living with them. We feel setting up a children’s home/Academy is an extension of the already existing ministry. This will create an opportunity to serve the home better and the church will now be directly accountable, and serve more than it is the case currently.
Development Status & Maturity
03/03/17 – 03/03/20
Type Primary through Secondary Education /Learning Skills
Maturity 03/03/17 – 03/03/2020
Milestones MARY LAN CHILDREN HOME & ACADEMY
HILLTOP BAPTIST CHURCH
MORRIS’ FARM, PAYNESVILLE, MONTSERRADO COUNTY
C/O BOX 2997, 1000MONROVIA, 10LIBERIA
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org /email@example.com
Phone: +231 880640536
Name: Mary Lan Children Home & Academy
Project Stat Date: November 30, 2015
Project End Date: Long Term
Base on a Short and Long term project, we are pleased to present:
Draft Mary Lan Children Home & Academy proposal September 15, 2015
Submit Mary Lan Children Home & Academy Proposal November 28, 2015
Anticipated date for Mary Lan Children Home& Academy approval. As prescript by donor/financer
Approval for Project proposal and fill out paperwork to start award payments. Immediately after approval by donor/financer
Data collection January 11, 2017
Data collection complete. February 11, 2017
Data analysis complete February 23, 2017
Review findings with Supervisor March 2, 2017
Review draft Final Report with supervisor March 14, 2017
Submit final Report to donor /Climate Change March 30, 2017
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY EVERY DAY
Three major forms of pedagogies and associated educational technologies adapted from Liberian system.
DOMINANT STRATEGY TRANSFER (teaching) Tutoring Coaching
Knowledge type Factual knowledge, know that the kids note the knowledge to keep them up for the future Procedural knowledge. Know-how, problem solving, and concepts of what they learn in class. Social practice, knowing in action.
Aims of Teaching Transfer of propositional knowledge to the children/orphaned Presentation of predetermined problems face by the project Action in (complex and social) situations. The project will address the next course of action.
Learning goal Verbal knowledge, memorization of the nursery and kindergarten To do, to practice, to argue on what they need to know To cope, to master what they have learned.
Assessment Production of correct answers Selection of correct methods and its use for the children Realization of adequate action strategies for the project
Learning content type Verbal knowledge, memorization Skill, ability for the children Social responsibility for the Mary Lan Children Home Academy (MLCHA)
Teaching and learning strategies and activities To teach, to explain in dept to the kids on the given lesson To observe, to help, to demonstrate what is been taught. To cooperate, to support the institution.
Preferred technologies Classroom instruction using learning management systems or learning content of management systems. Also referred to as video/audio learning. Oral learning , computer-based learning: simulations, micro worlds, intelligent tutoring systems Oral coaching using collaborative content management system. Knowledge forums, social work ect.
Rev. Reginald G. Langar
Hilltop Baptist Church
How is adaptive capacity being maintained or increased?
With regard to climate, the vulnerability of a given system of the Liberian society is a function of its physical exposure to climate change effects the given population of the its citizens their ability to adapt to these conditions is a serious problem or concern for the ongoing children who are the future leaders of nation are exposed to hazardous to cope with its impacts is a serious matter to their future. Based on the definition of adaptation: “Adaptation related projects are those that help reduce the vulnerability of human and natural systems to the current and future impacts of climate change and climate-related risks, increasing or maintaining adaptive capacity and resilience in the targeted regions and countries through investment for project implementation,” describe how you project contributes to adaptive capacity.
This project studies a similar hazardous events recurring at different times in a given region show vastly different consequences because of societal transformations within Liberia. The study will help the children cope with the condition of climate change through learning in the class and skills required. The project is working with stakeholders to fine or study the condition in coping with life change.
The technical work will be done by our technicians as; drilling, of bore hole, construction of the school building, swage, kitchen, chapel, etc. Technology Use Learning, Resource materials,
Education Mgmt systems, multimedia animations
Workflow tools, Community portals, Micro-worlds and Genetic engineering.
IP Mary Lan Children Home/Academy (MLCHA)
What is the projects revenue generation/revenue recovery model?
This project shall be sustained primarily by the church. The church will be solely responsible for the upkeep of the home. An established system of local donations, individual members, church groups and local organizations will be put in place. The rest of the support is expected to come from our development partners.
We also intend to have our income generating projects of the church to contribute towards the children’s home such as the health centre, training centre and also the Pre-School. The Conference Centre and the Borehole will also contribute towards sustainability of the project.
Such contributions will be in kind or money for instance the health services; the Pre-School will contribute a certain percentage in education whereas the Training Centre will give Training on Skills.
The church over and above the finance contribution will also cater for the spiritual nourishment of the children.
A system for fund raising will be set up especially for the long term; this will include seeking for permanent sponsors both locally and internationally. The fund especially, will assist in purchasing and developing of a Land for the project.
The land that will be six (6) acres will assist in growing of food crops and keeping of dairy cattle, which in turn will contribute towards sustaining the home.
For your project to be eligible for inclusion, its needs to offer investors a return on investment. Describe how your project achieves this.
• Day to day supervision of the project.
• Co-ordination of activities of the project.
• Maintain contacts of local and outside world, Partners and Donors.
• Advise the local church committee and donor on project progress.
• Enforce and evaluate effective control of project on behalf of the church by donor and 25% of funds spent will be return to donor with an agreed period.
• Planning and coordinating the activities of the children home and the project.
• Formulation of the project
• Analyzing, evaluation of the internal control systems and also dealing will the external relationships.
• Setting out of long term and short term goals, strategies policies, and development programs.
• Creating and evaluating of organization framework consisting of authority and responsibility.
• Appointment, remuneration, discipline and authority to hire and fire employees of all categories.
• Overall leadership of the centre.
• Ensuring of good working environment and provision of incentives to the employees.
• Making any other decisions on matters pertaining to and on behalf of the centre.
Total Project Cost
USD$ 1,122,935.00 Total Project Cost USD$ 1,122,935.00
Developer Contribution The project shall contribute 25% of the amount mentioned herein in the sum of USD $ 280,733.75 through community and church contribution.
Amount already invested Project invested 20,000 @ 7.5% = 1500.00
Investment Proposal Details of the investment / financing you are looking for
the project is requesting for the
amount of USD $ 561,467.5.00 Equity To forester economic resiliency in the community and Liberia as nation.
Debt USD $ 10,000 @ 20% interest
Other Material cost $ 5000.00
Based on 100 children (assuming that they range from Preschool to Secondary School)
Items Liberian Dollars USD$
Food 1525 X 12 X 100 $ 1,830,010.00 $ 26143.00
School fees preschool 50 children $ 154,000.00 $ 2200.00
School fees Primary 50 children $ 100,100.00 $ 1430.00
School fees 2 Secondary children $ 5,600.00 $ 800.00
Uniform 2000 X 100 $ 194,600.00 $ 2780.00
Medical 150 X 12 100 $ 178,500.00 $ 2550.00
Books & Stationery 500 X 50 $ 27,300.00 $ 390.00
Clothing & beddings 120 X 100 $ 91,000.00 $ 1300.00
Electricity 10000 X 12 $ 120,400.00 S 1720.00
SUB TOTAL $ 2,701,510.00 $ 377,700.00
SALARIES Liberian Dollars USD$
One Social Worker 6000 X 12 $ 84,000.00 $ 1200.00
Three Mother 5000 X 12 $ 75,600.00 $ 1080.00
One Care taker 5000 X 12 $ 75,600.00 $ 1080.00
Two security 5000 X 12 $ 75,600.00 $ 1080.00
Two Cooks 5000 X 12 $ 75,600.00 $ 1080.00
SUB TOTAL $ 386,400.00 $ 5520.00
GRAND TOTAL $ 3,087,910.00 $ 383,220.00
RESOURCE Liberian Dollars USD$
Church Contribution $ 630,000.00 $ 9000.00
Local Donations $ 350,000.00 $ 5000.00
Outside Donations $ 558,600.00 $ 7980.00
Sponsorship Local $ 28,000.00 $ 400.00
Fund raising $ 71,400.00 $ 1020.00
TOTAL $ 1,638,000.00 $ 23,400.00
• The short term budget for 100 children amounting to LD$ 386,400.00 (USD$ 5520.00) may change downwards/upwards in the second year. The number of children will continue changing as we grow with additional facilities and resources. Actual budget at any given time will be drawn periodically to ensure maximum control.
• It is assumed that people will be motivated to participate by giving and donating to the home. Local ownership is essential and we trust through community mobilization this will be achieved.
Liberian Dollars USD$
Land Purchase $ 1,121,000.00 $ 30,300.00
Home Construction $ 24,5000,000.00 $ 350,000.00
School construction (a) Primary
(b) Secondary $ 899,5000.00
$ 6,188,000.00 $ 128,500.00
Borehole Water $ 1,260,000.00 $ 18,000.00
Kitchen/Dinning $ 56,000.00 $ 8,000.00
Clinic Construction $ 156,900.00 $ 22,700.00
Staff Housing $ 3,500,000.00 $ 50,000.00
Furniture and fittings $ 1,113,000.00 $ 15,900.00
SUB TOTAL $ 267,233,000.00 $ 711,800.00
Liberian Dollars USD$
Administration Block $ 1,974,000.00 $ 28,200.00
Transport a) Bus
b) One Ton truck $ 1,293,950.00
$ 1,323,000.00 $18,485.00
School Hall $ 1,146,600.00 $ 16,380.00
Sewer System $ 504,000.00 $ 7,200.00
Chapel $ 1,594,600.00 $ 22,780.00
Boarding Facilities $ 1,645,000.00 $235,000.00
Farming $ 1,473,500.00 $ 21,050.00
SUB TOTAL $ 10,954,650.00 $ 156,495.00
Liberian Dollars USD$
Landscaping $ 859,950.00 $ 12,285.00
Management Costs $ 1,569,400.00 $ 22,420.00
Conference center construction $ 8,456,350.00 $ 120,805.00
10% Contingencies $ 6,939,100.00 $ 99,130.00
SUB TOTAL $ 17,824,800.00 $ 254,640.00
GRAND TOTAL $ 78,605,450.00 $ 1,122,935
SOURCING Liberian Dollars USD$
Local Church $ 2,778,300.00 $ 39,690.00
Other Funding $ 6,249,600.00 $ 89,280.00
TOTAL $ 9,027,900.00 $ 128,970.00
Other Sources of Funds
• For the purpose of self-sustenance of the project, we emphasize the need for the conference centre as mentioned earlier in the proposal. A borehole would assist in supplying of water to the project and in farming; the Borehole would also go along in supplying water to the community and will earn the project some money.
• The project will be located at the outskirts of Careysburg, Montserrado County. The community in this Location suffer inadequate and lack of clean water, the project attempts to solve this problem by digging a borehole at a cost of LD$ 1,289,960.00 (USD$ 18,428.00).
• Management costs will involve salaries and wages of workers at the initial project stage. Transport, supervisory and other professional services as well will be catered for in this element of LD$ 485,450.00 (USD$ 6935.00).
Amount Committed The total amount committed for the last two years was $20,000. 80% used and 20% disbursed.
Amount already Invested 20,000 @ 7.5% for 5 years
Indicative Returns Project IRR The project is independent. Not attach with financial
The project shall return said funds within a given period with an interest that donor will charge or @ 20% Equity IRR The project will return 30% of fund each year to the donor/IRR within a given period.
Payback Period 03/03/26 to 03/03/18
Deal Structure and Buy-in Conditions
In two year time beginning 03/03/17 to 03/03/20 @ given interest or 20% this will help complete the project. % 20%
Buy-In The donor or financer will fully be involved in the management of all funds given to the project and the return to them bi-annual within a given period.
Revenue Sharing 30% will be shared with the donor/financer
Exit Strategy Pedagogical tactics
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