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Presentation of the progress
report of ProSAM to the
Steering Committee
Patrice SEWADE, Coordinator-ProSAM-CRF
Togoudo, Ap...
•Activities
•Financial point
Plan
Activities
 Exchange workshop of the Consortium Partners to make
improvements requested by FARA
 Meeting / workshop of clarificatio...
 Establishment of ProSAM Bodies
 ProSAM launch workshop preparation
 Launch of the Soybean Afitin-Milk Project
 Traini...
 First meeting of ProSAM Steering Committee
 First meeting of ProSAM Technical Committee
 Achievement of baseline studi...
 Brainstorming Workshop on the outlines of ProSAM
communication plan
 Mission for review of ProSAM Monitoring and Evalua...
Financial point
 In total, an amount of Euro 4,301.35 has been paid to
the staff
 The technical staff received Euro 3,169.42
 The admin...
 Several Workshops have been organized. These
include: workshop for making contacts with project
partners, information sh...
 Office equipment and furniture, Fuel were purchased
and a car has been hired for the project management
 In addition, w...
 To inform the audience, about the ProSAM project,
some communication materials were developed; these
include notepads, i...
o
 pre-financing of INRAB for the diagnostic investigation:
Euro 2,827.96
 pre-financing of FSA-UAC for the diagnostic
i...
Conclusion
 The coordination of the project follows a well defined
methodology
 Project management tools provided by the...
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Progress report of ProSAM to the Steering Committee

  1. 1. Presentation of the progress report of ProSAM to the Steering Committee Patrice SEWADE, Coordinator-ProSAM-CRF Togoudo, April 8th, 2015
  2. 2. •Activities •Financial point Plan
  3. 3. Activities
  4. 4.  Exchange workshop of the Consortium Partners to make improvements requested by FARA  Meeting / workshop of clarification of each partner’s roles and responsibilities for the achievement of the objectives  Meeting / workshop of activities planning and allocation of budget to the project Partners  Drafting, validation and signing of the Consortium Agreement
  5. 5.  Establishment of ProSAM Bodies  ProSAM launch workshop preparation  Launch of the Soybean Afitin-Milk Project  Training Workshop of accountants for the project implementation by the institutions, on the administrative and financial management of FARA fund, under the EC funding
  6. 6.  First meeting of ProSAM Steering Committee  First meeting of ProSAM Technical Committee  Achievement of baseline studies: Workshop of methodology development, field survey, return of survey results  Visit to Benin of the European Partner (IICT Portugal)  Brainstorming Workshop for the SOJAGNON Consortium’s Partners of Benin on how to operationalize the annual action plan of ProSAM
  7. 7.  Brainstorming Workshop on the outlines of ProSAM communication plan  Mission for review of ProSAM Monitoring and Evaluation indicators in Burkina Faso  In-depth studies of the results of the survey on Soybean Afitin and Soybean Milk processing technologies by research institutions and  Consertation sciences with other project partners
  8. 8. Financial point
  9. 9.  In total, an amount of Euro 4,301.35 has been paid to the staff  The technical staff received Euro 3,169.42  The administrative staff received : Euro 1,131.93 Human resources
  10. 10.  Several Workshops have been organized. These include: workshop for making contacts with project partners, information sharing Workshop, Steering and Technical Committee meetings. A total of Euro 12,749.26 was spent for this purpose.  The first visit to Benin in December 2014 of the partner from Portugal, Dr. Luis Goulão: Euro 2,110.45, as part of the budget allocated to IICT.  In this section a total of Euro 14,860.72 was spent. Training, workshops, seminars
  11. 11.  Office equipment and furniture, Fuel were purchased and a car has been hired for the project management  In addition, work documents have been translated into English  In this section a total of Euro 14,145.68 were spent. Durables and consumables
  12. 12.  To inform the audience, about the ProSAM project, some communication materials were developed; these include notepads, information leaflets, banners, plates and signs.  The total cost was Euro 1,468.08 Publication and Knowledge sharing
  13. 13. o  pre-financing of INRAB for the diagnostic investigation: Euro 2,827.96  pre-financing of FSA-UAC for the diagnostic investigation : Euro 2,651.61  pre-financing of INRAB for Research activities: Euro 3,000  pre-financing of FSA for Research activities: Euro 3,000  Overhead: Euro 2,289.48  pre-financing of FARA: Euro 6,726.38  The total is: Euro : 20,495.43 Other spending
  14. 14. Conclusion  The coordination of the project follows a well defined methodology  Project management tools provided by the grant Manager of FARA (Mrs. Vesta NUNOO) and SOJAGNON management documents (procedures, memos and contracts, consortium agreement) were used to easily run the project during this period.  Purchases were made following the rules of the art.  A total of Euro 55,271.32 were spent for the period September 2014 to February 2015.

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