SAIA-SCTS annual report 2000
INTRODUCTION

For several reasons, the year 2000 was exceptional for the Slovak Academic Info...
further success in the fields of academic programs and development of viable nonprofit sector in
Slovakia.

SAIA-SCTS Exec...
information regarding Konto Globtel Program. Information was provided to various institutions in
the Trnava region such as...
ACADEMIC ADVISING AND MOBILITY

Based on its contract with the Ministry of Education of SR to provide services, the Slovak...
1999                   201                          136                     21
           2000                   1118     ...
projekty.sk) and A Manual for Employees of Foreign Relations Departments at Rectors' and
Deans' offices. Both the informat...
months for language courses and 90 months for study and short-term research stays). A total of
92 people applied for schol...
PUBLISHING ACTIVITIES

In 2000, SAIA-SCTS continued to publish directories, publications and fact sheets on topics of the
...
Another brochure on study abroad was produced to expand the list of existing brochures: Study
Abroad, Study in Germany, Ne...
4. RNDr. Pavol DEMEŠ, CSc.
       German Marshall Fund of United States,
       Bratislava

   5. Prof. Ing. Anton KLAS, C...
PANÁKOVÁ Silvia till 31.10.2000
SIKEĽOVÁ Marta
ZVONÁROVÁ Katarína till 31.8.2000

Administration and Technical Services
AN...
TRNAVA
RADKOVÁ Libuša,
Branch Coordinator

ŽILINA
MIČICOVÁ Alena,
Branch Director
REBEŤÁKOVÁ Stela,
Academic Programs Coor...
ASSETS
Software                              18 746 Sk       $ 406
Equipment                             1 208 323 Sk    $...
ECONOMIC RESULT 2000                               - 206 306 Sk    - $4 465
TOTAL INCOME (A+B)                            ...
Auditor's Report

of Closing Financial Statements
of the Slovak Academic Information Agency -
Service Center for the Third...
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  1. 1. SAIA-SCTS annual report 2000 INTRODUCTION For several reasons, the year 2000 was exceptional for the Slovak Academic Information Agency - Service Center for the Third Sector. Certainly, one of them was the fact that we celebrated the 10th anniversary since we started our activities. On March 24, in the Primacialny Palace in Bratislava, we held a round table discussion titled "Ten-Year Road" and invited our friends to review our successful accomplishments for thousands of people and institutions both in the academic community and in the big family of nonprofit organizations which we came to contact through our activities. In the ten years of its existence, SAIA-SCTS and all people who connected part of their professional life to it, have gone through much experience. They had to learn to collect and process information and manage many new and in our country yet-unknown educational projects. In the process, they had to familiarize themselves with modern management of nonprofit organizations, develop grant proposals to be able to train others committed to working in the nonprofit, independent sector which is so important to modernization of Slovakia. The exceptional quality of the year 2000 was also confirmed by other events in the life of our organization. After a four-year forced break, the Ministry of Education of the Slovak Republic renewed its co-operation with SAIA-SCTS to provide information about study abroad, organize selection of recipients of Ministry of Education scholarships, administer the bilateral program Austria - Slovakia Co-Operation in Science and Education and the multilateral program CEEPUS. That decision was made based on results of an open tender of the Ministry of Education. SAIA-SCTS successfully continued to perform its traditional functions and programs. The steady interest in its services and activities, as documented by results in this annual report, was especially pleasing. Thanks to our network of branch offices working in all regions of Slovakia we organized a number of domestic and international seminars and round table discussions on current issues such as NGO Legislation, NGO Financing, NGO Boards etc. We also held a series of seminars on international programs for universities, information seminars for students of secondary schools and universities. We published new NGO directories, additional fact sheets about the nonprofit sector and occasional publications related to NGO issues and study abroad. We provided space for discussion on a number of new initiatives which originated in response to current happenings in the society. We developed co-operation with both state administration and local governments. We strengthened our position in several international projects, putting natural emphasis on partnership with organizations in Central and Eastern Europe. In 2000, the organization leadership also changed. One of the founders of SAIA-SCTS and its Executive Director in previous three years Pavol Demeš decided to leave and use his many years of nonprofit sector experience in an international foundation. He remains connected to SAIA- SCTS as a member of its Board. As of January 1, 2000, Katarína Košťálová was named the Executive Director and Oľga Šubeníková her Deputy. They are both founders of the organization and worked as members of the SAIA-SCTS Executive Committee until 2000 together with Pavol Demeš. SAIA-SCTS Board made a decision to keep two members of the Executive Committee until further notice. In September 2000, we started working with SAIA-SCTS Board to address the issue of organizational transformation into a network of independent nonprofit organizations with more independence and responsibility given to individual branch offices. It is a logical step connected to the planned public administration reform. It is aimed to further improve effectiveness of the organization and create space for its even more active involvement in regional activities. We believe this step will make the organization stronger and will serve as a good foundation for its
  2. 2. further success in the fields of academic programs and development of viable nonprofit sector in Slovakia. SAIA-SCTS Executive Committee: Katarína Košťálová, Oľga Šubeníková Executive Director Deputy of Executive Director
  3. 3. information regarding Konto Globtel Program. Information was provided to various institutions in the Trnava region such as hospitals, museums, schools, businesses, regional offices, district offices, and local governments. Together with SAIA-SCTS Trnava, also the Trenčín office was one of the most active ones in cross-sectoral co-operation. Office Director Dagmar Lišková helped create very active contacts with local governments in the Trenčín region. Mutual discussions dealt with regional co- operation, community initiatives, financial management of NGOs, Phare programs CBC, ISPA and SAPARD, cross-border co-operation, education, construction of the House of NGOs etc. The office organized meetings with representatives of the Trenčín Regional Office, ministries, Office of the Government of SR and businesses. One of the important projects in the area of cross-sectoral co-operation was a survey of how much and how the state contributes to NGO financing within its budgetary rules. This project was managed in Bratislava by Marianna Belejová and resulted in the publication Current Public Financing of Non-Governmental Organizations in Slovakia in both Slovak and English versions. It provides a picture of public financing forms used currently in Slovakia and their relation to the State Budget. It shows mechanisms used by individual ministries and state funds to award grants from the State Budget as direct financial support to NGOs. In its last part, it provides detailed overview of public funding disbursed in the form of grants and subsidies within individual ministries' sectors in 1999. International Activities In 2000, SAIA-SCTS continued its active co-operation with partner organizations abroad and presented results achieved by Slovak NGOs at various international events. A. Co-Operation with Partner Organizations in Abroad Cross-Border Co-Operation Dagmar Lišková from SAIA-SCTS Trenčín participated in the First International Conference of Euroregions in Slovakia and Their Cross-Border Partners. She has already organized several round table discussions on similar topics for Slovak and Czech NGOs as well as special ceremony to mark the signing of agreement to establish the Bílé-Biele Karpaty Euroregion. SAIA-SCTS Žilina, as represented by Alena Mičicová, participated in the development of Regional Operational Plans and worked on common projects with partner organizations from the Czech Republic. The Prešov office, represented by Juliana Hajduková, started co-operation with a Polish organization from Krosno and discussed possible co-operation of the two neighboring regions. Under the auspices of the international organization CIVICUS, SAIA-SCTS, Austrian organization World of NGOs and Hungarian European House the conference Building Bridges of Democracy. The conference was held on a boat on the Danube between Vienna and Bratislava and was attended by more than 40 participants from Austria, Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, and Belarus. Orpheus - Co-Operation in Central and Eastern Europe Within the Orpheus Program of the European Foundation Centre in Brussels which links around 30 service centers from 15 countries of Central and Eastern Europe, SAIA-SCTS chaired the program's Advisory Board and actively contributed to decisions about activities of this informal network of partner institutions. Co-operation with organizations from Central and Eastern Europe took various shapes in 2000. Whether it was a meeting organized in Warsaw, with its discussion Ten Years of Civil Society
  4. 4. ACADEMIC ADVISING AND MOBILITY Based on its contract with the Ministry of Education of SR to provide services, the Slovak Academic Information Agency - Service Center for the Third Sector organized and performed administration of the program Academic Mobility. The Program is co-financed by the Open Society Foundation in Bratislava. Thanks to the grant from OSF and financial contribution from the Ministry of Education of SR, SAIA-SCTS was able to continue providing information about study abroad in 2000 in Bratislava and in its branch offices, as well as to inform the public about existing scholarships, organize open competitions for scholarships, organize seminars on international co-operation for universities, offer seminars to people interested in study abroad, produce information brochures about study abroad, publish the monthly Bulletin SAIA and provide information through the Internet. In 2000, SAIA-SCTS provided information about scholarships from by the Ministry of Education to more than 6000 people (close to 3000 in Bratislava alone) and processed 1118 applications for scholarship stays (study, research and language stays) in the academic year 2000/2001 to Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and Ukraine. SAIA-SCTS worked with domestic and foreign organizations in selecting students for foreign study stays. For ten years, it has helped promote scholarships for the one-year postgraduate study program in European Studies at the College of Europe in Bruges (Belgium) and in Natolin (Poland). For the sixth year, it has provided information about the $2000 grant awarded by the New York-based American Fund for Czechoslovak Relief and helped to select the candidates. Since 1999, SAIA-SCTS has worked with the Slovak Gas Industry in Bratislava (SPP) to select students for SPP scholarships for one-semester study stays abroad. SAIA-SCTS helped arrange study/research/scientific stays for 136 applicants from 20 countries at Slovak universities and institutes of the Slovak Academy of Sciences in the spring semester of 1999/2000 and the academic year 2000/2001. Interest remains steady in information about study abroad, about language and standardized tests, and about how to prepare materials for scholarship applications. In 2000, more than 26,000 people visited SAIA-SCTS to inquire about study abroad, which averages 105 visitors per day and 13 visitor per day per each office. The highest average daily number of people visited Bratislava office - 35 and the least number of 3 people visited the Trenčín office. The greatest interest was shown in scholarships of the Ministry of Education of SR (over 6000 people). Broken down according to individual countries, the greatest interest was shown in Germany (over 3300 people), followed by Austria (over 1600 people) and United States (over 1500 people). Prehľad o uchádzačoch o štipendiá v jednotlivých rokoch Numbers of applicants for scholarships in individual years Počet členov Rok Počet uchádzačov o štipendiá Počet nominovaných konkurzných komisií Number of members in Year Number of applicants Number of nominees selection committees 1990 150 8 15 1991 525 222 152 1992 1114 503 203 1993 1113 626 293 1994 1214 626 224 1995 945 412 153 1996 515 198 67 1997 274 138 41 1998 163 117 53
  5. 5. 1999 201 136 21 2000 1118 687 189 Spolu/Total 7332 3673 1411 Table: Fields of interest of people visiting SAIA-SCTS Academic Information Centers in 2000 Table: Information days, seminars and trainings for secondary schools and universities - 2000 In 2000 SAIA-SCTS, within its activities focused on provision of information about study abroad, organized 83 "Information Days" for university (56) and high school (27) students. They were attended in total by 16175 students. SAIA-SCTS also organized 34 seminar for universities, 9 trainings for under- and post-graduate students and university staff. They were attended by 1348 participants. SAIA-SCTS also organized seminars on the topic "Academic Mobility - Let's Do it Better" for representatives of higher education institutions (vice-chancellors for foreign relations, vice-deans for foreign relations and employees of foreign relations departments) with the following program: current information from the Section of International Co-operation and European Integration of the Ministry of Education of SR, introduction of academic programs of SAIA-SCTS, selection of recipients of scholarships from the Ministry of Education of SR (guidelines, criteria, background materials, composition of the selection committee etc.), acceptance of Ministry of Education of SR scholarship winners from abroad at Slovak universities (role of accepting university/school, deadlines for submission of background materials by foreign students at Slovak universities, scholarship payment options etc.), role of the House of Foreign Relations of the Ministry of Education of SR (scholarships, travel expenses, health insurance etc.), and involvement of universities in international exchange programs. Such seminars were held in October 2000 in Žilina (also for representatives of Trenčín University), in Košice (also for representatives of Prešov University), in Banská Bystrica (also for representatives of Technical University Zvolen) and in Nitra (also for representatives of Trnava- based universities) and in Bratislava. SAIA-SCTS in the Tempus ORBIS Project SAIA-SCTS co-operated within the ORBIS Project (Tempus Program) with the Slovak Technical University in Bratislava, Žilina University, partner Slovak organizations - Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica, Prešov University and Trnava University and foreign partners. The results included an internet-based information system for existing scholarships (www.stipendia-
  6. 6. projekty.sk) and A Manual for Employees of Foreign Relations Departments at Rectors' and Deans' offices. Both the information system and the manual will be available in 2001. Gift Books for Slovakia After a two-year break, SAIA-SCTS received for Slovakia the 13th shipment of donated books (7000 specialized publications) thanks to the Sabre Foundation from USA, Peace Corps, United States Embassy in Bratislava and the Open Society Foundation. Prehľad knižných darov v rokoch 1991 - 2000 Number of gift books received in 1991 - 2000 Rok/Year SABRE FOUNDATION INTERNATIONAL BOOK BANK 1991 18 000 kníh/books ------- 1992 29 000 kníh/books 3 000 kníh/books 1993 23 000 kníh/books 8 000 kníh/books 1994 30 144 kníh/books 25 000 kníh/books 1995 18 144 kníh/books ------- 1996 18 000 kníh/books 19 960 kníh/books 1997 14 844 kníh/books ------- 1998 ------- 10 425 kníh/books 1999 ------- ------- 2000 7 000 kníh/books ------- SPOLU/TOTAL 158132 kníh/books 66 385 kníh/books In June, branch offices of SAIA-SCTS worked with libraries to exhibit donated books in Bratislava, Nitra, Trnava, Trenčín, Žilina, Banská Bystrica, Poprad, Prešov and Košice where library representatives, teachers and students were able to peruse the books and order them. Language Courses In 2000, SAIA-SCTS continued to work with the British organization EF International Language Schools and offered client-paid language courses in Great Britain, USA, Ireland, France, Germany and Italy. In July and August, branch offices of SAIA-SCTS in Nitra and Žilina organized English language courses with foreign lecturers. Program Austria - Slovakia, Co-operation in Science and Education After a three-year break, SAIA-SCTS continued to organize and perform administration of the bilateral program Austria - Slovakia, Co-operation in Science and Education. In 2000, Ministry of Education of SR funded the program with SKK 4 million while the Ministry for Education, Science and Culture of the Austrian Republic provided Schilling 2.61 million. The entire program budget for the year 2000 amounted to Schilling 3,910,800. In 2000, the Managing Gremium of the program met four times, evaluated 63 projects and awarded financial support to 38 projects. In addition to projects, the program supports also study and research stays and language courses. A total of 100 scholarship months were approved for the academic year 2000/2001 (10
  7. 7. months for language courses and 90 months for study and short-term research stays). A total of 92 people applied for scholarships for their stay in Austria, of which 34 were selected (24 people for study and short-term research stays and 10 for summer language courses). Study stays and language courses were approved by the Managing Gremium to 6 Austrian candidates - 3 study stays and 3 Studia Academica Slovaca language courses. Multilateral Program CEEPUS After four years break, SAIA-SCTS organized and provided administration of the multilateral program CEEPUS (Central European Exchange Programme for University Studies) as the program's national office. The Ministry of Education of SR funded the program in the year 2000 with SK 2.35 million. For the academic year 2000/2001, the Slovak Republic promised to offer 320 scholarship months for study, research and lecture stays, summer technical schools and expert trips. Only 240 scholarship months have been used. Participation in international seminars, conferences and study stays: • January 21-22, 2000; Pilot Phase Seminar on the Tempus ORBIS project - development of information system for scholarships and international programs, Harmónia; SAIA- SCTS participants: Daniela Drobná and Oľga Šubeníková • May 7-9, 2000; "Slovakia on its Way to the European Union" - Slovak-Austrian conference in Alpbach, Austria; SAIA-SCTS participant: Oľga Šubeníková • September 2-10, 2000; Finland, study stay as a part of the Tempus ORBIS project; SAIA- SCTS participants: Marcela Grošeková and Stela Rebeťáková; stay in CIMO and selected universities in Helsinki • September 14, 2000; "Are Austrian Universities Ready for Academic Mobility?", Vienna, SAIA-SCTS participants: Oľga Šubeníková and Ingrid Vernerová • September 18-22, 2000; Austria, study stay as a part of the Tempus ORBIS project (Technical University Vienna, Austrian Exchange Services); SAIA-SCTS participant: Ingrid Vernerová • October 7-14, 2000; Tempus ORBIS seminar in Stupava; SAIA-SCTS participants: Oľga Šubeníková, Mária Guregová, Marcela Grošeková, Nora Bánovská, and Stela Rebeťáková • November 14-25, 2000; Germany, two-week study stay at the invitation of DAAD; SAIA- SCTS participant: Zoltán Nagy • September 14-15, 2000; meeting of ACA Board and ACA members in Brussels; SAIA- SCTS participant: Oľga Šubeníková Participation at Information Fairs In 2000, SAIA-SCTS made its presentation at the following information fairs and exhibitions: • National Career Days 2000 (Bratislava, March 22-24) • 4th Fair of Post-Secondary Education AKADEMIA and 2nd Fair of Employment and Travel VAPAC (Bratislava, November 9-11) • 8th International Book Fair BIBLIOTEKA and 5th Exhibition of Teaching Equipment PEDAGOGIKA (Bratislava, November 9-12) • 4th Specialized Double-Exhibition "SALON PRACE" and GAUDEAMUS (Košice, November 29-30)
  8. 8. PUBLISHING ACTIVITIES In 2000, SAIA-SCTS continued to publish directories, publications and fact sheets on topics of the nonprofit sector as well as publications for people interested in study abroad. With the financial support of the Ministry of Education and the Open Society Foundation, SAIA-SCTS produced 12 issues of the SAIA Bulletin - information monthly for people interested in study abroad. SAIA- SCTS also co-published the NonProfit monthly magazine for and about the third sector. In compliance with the decision of its Editorial Board and wider discussion with representatives of various nonprofit organizations on long-term sustainability of this project, publishing of NonProfit was taken over by the Media Foundation in the second half of the year. Publication activity was financially supported primarily by the Nippon Foundation but also by further partial grants from the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Bratislava, Sasakawa Peace Foundation, Civil Society Development Foundation (NPOA), and Open Society Foundation. The publication of Current Public Financing of Non-Governmental Organizations in Slovakia was made possible with the financial support of the National Endowment for Democracy. In 2000, SAIA-SCTS published 13 directories of nonprofit organizations working in various areas with different target groups and registered as different legal entities (Directory of NGOs with a Community Program in Slovakia, Directory of NGOs with a Women-Oriented Program in SR, Non-Governmental Nonprofit Organizations Working in the Fields of Human and Civic Rights Protection and Democracy in Slovakia, Foreign and Domestic Financial Sources for Slovak NGOs, Directory of Foundations in the Slovak Republic and eight regional directories of NGOs). Encyclopedic in character, the publication Who is Who in the Third Sector focuses on personalities of the nonprofit sector in Slovakia. One hundred NGO representatives form but a modest selection of excellent representatives of our civic organizations. In 2000, SAIA-SCTS also produced publications on NGO management or related to interesting areas of the nonprofit sector in Slovakia. One such publication Civic Advocacy or How to Achieve Change in Society was authored by Pavol Demeš who draws both from his foreign experience and general conclusions from the many remarkable cases of civic advocacy by nonprofit organizations in Slovakia. The goal of the publication is to stimulate interest and enhance understanding of civic advocacy. The publication How to Start an NGO, authored by Nora Beňáková and Zuzana Kalináčová, describes methods to register nonprofit organizations in Slovakia. It provides detailed classification of NGOs according to their legal forms, legal conditions for and administrative process of the registration. It includes sample bylaws and statutes of individual types of NGOs. Another publication Volunteer Management, compiled translation of selected chapters from the publication of two acclaimed American consultants Steve McCurley and Rick Lynch, is aimed for anybody who works with volunteers. Managers of volunteer programs can use it to learn in detail about the volunteer management process, find practical advice on how to recruit volunteers, how to work with them, motivate, evaluate and keep them and how to create good relations between volunteers and paid organization staff. The publication authored by Marianna Belejová Current State of Public Financing of Non- Governmental Organizations in Slovakia presents a picture of forms of public financing in Slovakia (their current state and their relation to the State Budget) and shows mechanisms used to assign funding by selected ministries and state funds in the form of direct financial support to NGOs from the State Budget. In its last part, it presents a detailed overview of how state funding was distributed by individual ministries in 1999. SAIA-SCTS also continued to publish informational and analytical materials within the series Facts about the Third Sector in Slovak and English language versions. In 2000, a total of five fact sheets were published - Volunteers of the Velvet Revolution, Stupava Conference, Public Financing of NGOs, Public Financing of NGOs According to Individual Ministries, and the Profile of Nonprofit Sector in Slovakia.
  9. 9. Another brochure on study abroad was produced to expand the list of existing brochures: Study Abroad, Study in Germany, New Zealand, Benelux, Hungary, Poland, Austria, Scandinavia, France, Italy, Great Britain. In 2000 the publication Study in Canada was produced by Zuzana Kratochvílová. It brings information about educational opportunities in Canada, describes ways to apply to schools in Canada, and mentions possibilities for receiving a scholarship. Two practical handbooks of previous years How to Successfully Pass Entrance Exam and How to Write a Curriculum Vitae (in Slovak and English, respectively), were succeeded in 2000 by the publication How to Write a Curriculum Vitae in French. It was produced by Nora Bánovská in co- operation with Ronan Corfdyr. In 2000, SAIA-SCTS celebrated its ten-year anniversary not only through several events, but also through the publication Ten Years of SAIA-SCTS in both Slovak and English versions. It provides a brief overview of ten years' existence of the organization. MEMBERSHIP IN INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS In 2000, SAIA-SCTS was a member of numerous international organizations. It engaged actively in activities of an informal network of service centers in central and eastern Europe within the Orpheus Program of the European Foundation Center. As a member of the International Association of Volunteer Effort - IAVE, SAIA-SCTS contributed to the preparation of the Worldwide Directory of Volunteer Centers 2000, published by IAVE in co-operation with the American organization Points of Light Foundation. As a member of the international organization CIVICUS, SAIA-SCTS worked with its members in Hungary and Austria and prepared the international conference Building Bridges of Democracy and actively participated in the work of its European Board. In 2000, SAIA-SCTS became a member of the International Society for Third- Sector Research - ISTR based in Baltimore. Because of this membership, SAIA-SCTS also enjoys access to the interdisciplinary magazine VOLUNTAS which is available to all visitors of the SAIA-SCTS Library. SAIA-SCTS is also a member of the Academic Cooperation Association - ACA, international non- governmental organization which supports, seeks to improve, manage, and analyze academic co- operation within Europe and between Europe and other countries of the world. SAIA-SCTS BOARD OF DIRECTORS The Board of the organization performs conceptual work, makes decisions and performs controlling function. Members of the Board serve for a three-year term. The Board meets as required, with a minimum of one meeting every six months. The Board appoints and recalls members of the Executive Committee. SAIA-SCTS Board has eleven members. SAIA-SCTS Board of Directors in 2000: 1. PhDr. Helena WOLEKOVÁ, CSc., Chairwoman Social Policy Analysis Center, Bratislava 2. Prof. Ing. Milan ŽALMAN, CSc., Deputy Chairman Faculty of Electronics and Information Science Slovak Technical University Bratislava 3. Doc. Ľubomír HARACH, CSc. Ministry for the Economy of SR, Bratislava
  10. 10. 4. RNDr. Pavol DEMEŠ, CSc. German Marshall Fund of United States, Bratislava 5. Prof. Ing. Anton KLAS, CSc. Institute of Economics, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava 6. MUDr. RNDr. Gustáv KOVÁČ, CSc. Association of Hospitals of Slovakia, Bratislava 7. RNDr. Vojtech RUŠIN, DrSc. Astronomical Institute of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, Tatranská Lomnica 8. Prof. Ing. Juraj SINAY, DrSc. Technical University Košice 9. Ing. Marián ŠUBENÍK Kerametal, a.s., Bratislava 10. Ing. Miroslav ULIČNÝ Tatra banka, a.s., Bratislava 11. Filip VAGAČ Children of Slovakia Foundation, Bratislava SAIA-SCTS STAFF IN 2000 Executive Commitee KOŠŤÁLOVÁ Katarína, Executive Director ŠUBENÍKOVÁ Oľga, Deputy of Executive Director BRATISLAVA: Academic Programs DROBNÁ Daniela till 31.3.2000 DROBNÝ Róbert till 14.2.2000 GROŠEKOVÁ Marcela GUREGOVÁ Mária KRATOCHVÍLOVÁ Zuzana (maternity leave from August 2000) KRUŽLÍKOVÁ Lucia till 15.9.2000 VERNEROVÁ Ingrid VESELÁ Veronika from 1.4.2000 Programs for Non-Governmental Organizations BELEJOVÁ Marianna BEŇÁKOVÁ Nora till 31.1.2000 ČARNÁ Klára HRIVŇÁK Ľuboš till 31.1.2000 JÓJÁRT Paula from 1.8.2000 LACKOVÁ Zuzana from 1.5.2000 MEDVECZKÁ Anna from 1.10.2000 MYDLÍKOVÁ Eva till 31.8.2000
  11. 11. PANÁKOVÁ Silvia till 31.10.2000 SIKEĽOVÁ Marta ZVONÁROVÁ Katarína till 31.8.2000 Administration and Technical Services ANDRÁSSYOVÁ Eva BLAŽEK Jozef KOVARIK Roman MUDRÍKOVÁ Helena Financial and Personnel Department KRIŽANKOVIČOVÁ Mária, Head of the Department HOLÁ Iveta HORVÁTHOVÁ Eva KISSOVÁ Monika from 21.8.2000 BRANCHES: BANSKÁ BYSTRICA CHMELÍKOVÁ Helena, Academic Programs Coordinator, Branch Coordinator from 1.9.2000 HULLOVÁ Danica, Branch Director till 15.2.2000 NAGY Imrich from 1.4. till 31.8.2000 KOŠICE KALINÁČOVÁ Zuzana, Branch Director BÁNOVSKÁ Nora, Academic Programs Coordinator NITRA LACHKÁ Ľubica, Branch Director NAGY Zoltán from 28.1.2000, Academic Programs Coordinator POPRAD PLUČINSKÁ Dana, Branch Director PREŠOV HAJDUKOVÁ Juliana, Branch Director ONDKOVÁ Zuzana from 1.2.2000, Academic Programs Coordinator TRENČÍN LIŠKOVÁ Dagmar, Branch Director RAJCOVÁ Katarína, Academic Programs Coordinator
  12. 12. TRNAVA RADKOVÁ Libuša, Branch Coordinator ŽILINA MIČICOVÁ Alena, Branch Director REBEŤÁKOVÁ Stela, Academic Programs Coordinator SAIA-SCTS FINANCIAL AND IN-KIND SERVICE SUPPORT IN 2000 • ANASOFT APR, s.r.o., Bratislava • British Embassy, Bratislava • Canadian Embassy, Bratislava • Civil Society Development Foundation (PHARE), Bratislava • Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, Flint, USA • Children of Slovakia Foundation, Bratislava • European Foundation Centre, Brussels, Belgium • Ford Foundation, New York, USA • Freedom House, Washington, USA • Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Bratislava • German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), Bonn, Germany • International Book Bank, Baltimore, USA • Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Bratislava • Ministry of Education of the SR, Bratislava • National Endowment for Democracy, Washington, USA • Nippon Foundation, Tokyo, Japan • Open Society Foundation, Bratislava • Robert Bosch Stiftung, Stuttgart, Germany • Royal Netherlands Embassy, Bratislava • Sasakawa Peace Foundation, Tokyo, Japan • Tatra banka, a.s., Bratislava • TEMPUS, Bratislava • United States Information Service, Bratislava SAIA-SCTS FINANCIAL RESULTS 2000 SAIA-SCTS BALANCE SHEET, December 31, 2000
  13. 13. ASSETS Software 18 746 Sk $ 406 Equipment 1 208 323 Sk $ 26 154 Goods in inventory 512 224Sk $ 11 087 Monetary and other financial assets 133 662 Sk $ 2 893 Bank accounts 8 684 893 Sk $ 187 983 Receivables 969 295 Sk $ 20 980 Tax claims 28 257 Sk $ 612 Prepaid expenses 54 205 Sk $ 1 173 Assets Total 11 609 605 Sk $ 251 288 LIABILITIES Accounts payable 187 443 $4 057 Other obligations 719 903 Sk $ 15 582 Tax from subject activities 132 059 Sk $ 2 858 Deferred income 7 019 518 Sk $ 151 936 Base capital 3 378 349 Sk $ 73 124 Social fund 78 516 Sk $ 1 699 Profit (loss) account 93 817 Sk $ 2 031 Liabilities Total 11 609 605 Sk $ 251 288 ECONOMIC RESULT 2000
  14. 14. ECONOMIC RESULT 2000 - 206 306 Sk - $4 465 TOTAL INCOME (A+B) 27 202 891 Sk $588 801 A. INCOME FOR CORE PROGRAMS 21 872 750 Sk $473 431 1.Income from activities 2 093 132 Sk $45 305 Payments for services 2 056 421 Sk $44 511 Payments for goods 36 711 Sk $795 2.Grants, Gifts, Refunding 15 000 280 Sk $324 678 Grants, gifts 14 351 220 Sk $310 629 Refunding 649 060 Sk $14 049 3.Contributions from the state budget 4 535 994 Sk $98 181 4.Contributions from corporations 58 000 Sk $1 255 5.Income from financial operations 185 344 Sk $4 012 Interest, currency exchange B. INCOME FOR STIPENDS 5 330 141 Sk $115 370 Stipends, projects (Ministry of Education) 4 816 325 Sk $104 248 Contributions from private persons (EF) 513 816 Sk $11 121 EXPENDITURES TOTAL (A+B+C) 27 409 197 Sk $593 267 WAGES AND OPERATIONAL EXPENSES (A+B) 21 665 282 Sk $468 941 A. WAGE EXPENSES AND OTHER SERVICES 10 845 062 Sk $234 739 1.Wages and social security 9 503 896 Sk $205 710 Wage expenses 6 978 839 Sk $151 056 Social security 2 198 497 Sk $47 586 Social fund 229 402 Sk $4 965 Employees insurance 97 158 Sk $2 103 2.Contracted services 1 341 166 Sk $29 029 Legal services 510 000 Sk $11 039 Other services 831 166 Sk $17 990 B. OPERATIONAL EXPENSES 10 820 220 Sk $234 202 1.Operational expenses 4 703 166 Sk $101 799 Office supplies 707 413 Sk $15 312 Costs of goods to be sold 26 572 Sk $575 Maintenance and repairs 399 253 Sk $8 642 Printing and copying 2 093 072 Sk $45 304 Insurance 30 926 Sk $669 Telephone, fax 763 823 Sk $16 533 E-mail 213 533 Sk $4 622 Postage 345 482 Sk $7 478 Fuel 123 092 Sk $2 664 2.Rental of space and energy 3 191 707 Sk $69 084 Rental of space 2 447 862 Sk $52 983 Energy, gas, water 743 845 Sk $16 100 3.Conferences and exhibitions 51 207 Sk $1 108 4.Membership fees 25 260 Sk $547 5.Advertising 40 567 Sk $878 6.Refreshments (conferences, workshops, etc.) 609 130 Sk $13 185
  15. 15. Auditor's Report of Closing Financial Statements of the Slovak Academic Information Agency - Service Center for the Third Sector, as of December 31, 2000 To: Board of Directors and the Executive Committee of the Slovak Academic Information Agency- Service Center for the Third Sector We performed an audit of the closing financial statements of The Slovak Academic Information Agency-Service Center for the Third Sector, Ružová dolina 6, ID no. 17337674 for the year ended December 31, 2000, in accordance with the Law No.73/1992 Zb. about Auditors and the Slovak Chamber of Auditors, and its later amendments, as well as in accordance with the standards of Slovak auditors. Our responsibility is to give our opinion on those statements as a whole. The audit included verification of figures from the closing financial statements, accounting procedures used, pricing methods, property depreciation and estimates used in the closing operations. We collected information necessary to perform audit of the closing financial statements. In view of the importance of presented figures, we verified them on a selective basis. The audit has given us an objective basis for our opinion about the organization's closing financial statements. We have not identified any significant facts which would indicate that accounting records used to prepare the closing financial statements were inadequately documented or failed to be presented in a prescribed way. We have not identified any facts which would fail to meet purposes of and conditions set for use of funding in the form of grants, financial contributions, or gifts. In our opinion the closing financial statements present fairly, in all material aspects, assets, liabilities, equity, and financial position and of the association Slovak Academic Information Agency - Service Center for the Third Sector as of December 31, 2000, and its economic results for the period from January 1, 2000 to December 31, 2000, in accordance with Law no. 563/1992 on Accounting, with later amendments. Bratislava, June 10, 2001 Signature: Katarína Zavarská Katarína Zavarská AFC Audit s.r.o. auditor in charge auditor License SKAU no. 000215 License SKAU no. 000175 Round stamp: The Slovak Chamber of Auditors; licence no.000175; AFC-AUDIT, s.r.o.

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