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PROJECT SHEET
SPECIAL TELEFOOD FUND
COUNTRY: CAMEROON
Project title: ______________________________________________________
Name of Beneficiary Group: __________________________________________
Project site (region, district, village, etc.) _________________________________
Planned start date: ___________________________________
Expected closing date: ___________________________
Budget (FAO contribution, in FCFA): ______________________
Name of the co-financing organization (if applicable):
__________________________________________________________________
Project links: _____________________________________________________
CONTENT OF THE PROJECT
1. Beneficiary group
Project targeting is essential for the success of a project. We will describe here the group (s)
of small farmers, shepherds, fishermen, manufacturers, or schools that will lead the project
and will benefit directly from it. This description must indicate the name of the group (or
school) and its site (name of the town or village, the date on which it was constituted /
organized, its purpose, the number of members (including the percentage women and / or
young people), etc.
Direct beneficiaries are those who participate in the project, on the one hand by contributing
financially or in kind to the community fund and on the other hand by receiving financial
benefits from the latter.
With regard to schools, orphanages and similar institutes, the benefits for the direct
beneficiaries (children) must be indicated very clearly in the project documentation and the
amount of their contribution (in terms of work) must also be specified. .
The description of direct beneficiaries should include their level of (economic) poverty and
their food security status. Parameters such as: Gross national product (GNP) / capita (if
available), income relative to the national poverty line (if available), family size, housing
conditions, land, other assets, etc., must be used as determining elements.
The proposal should also identify and assess the number of secondary (indirect)
beneficiaries - families or communities of people involved in the project - who will benefit
from the project, for example, through improved diets or 'purchase of agricultural products
from project activities.
2. General and justification of the project
This section should describe the geographic area concerned (site, climate, cropping system,
etc.). It will be necessary to highlight the poverty level of the beneficiary group and among
the problems of the beneficiary group, those that the project will seek to resolve. Any
development initiatives implemented by the government and local populations will also be
reported. We will also indicate the organizations, institutions or local NGOs participating
concretely (and / or financially) in the activities of the project, and we will illustrate their role.
Special attention will be given to FAO activities, more particularly those of FAO Programs -
MINADER / DOPA or other - in the project area, emphasizing the synergies between the
TeleFood project and the broader ongoing program.
3. Project objective
This section will describe, in a short and clear manner, the objective that the project is
expected to achieve. It could be for example "to help the members of the group (or of the
cooperative) to increase their production of fruits and vegetables", to "provide inputs to
improve the production of small animals", to "improve income by reducing post-harvest
losses in artisanal fisheries ", etc. The immediate objectives must be mentioned in concrete
and measurable terms.
The project should not promote the introduction of complex or particularly innovative
techniques, new to the community concerned or likely to be unsustainable. TeleFood cannot
be used to fund adaptive research or the dissemination of the latest techniques.
4. Description and duration of the Project
A very detailed description of the project is requested, clearly explaining how the project will
be carried out. All quantifiable project parameters should be included, for example: cultivated
area and description of crops, number of animals provided to each family, indication of how
tools and construction materials will be distributed among all beneficiaries, or managed
individually. Parameters like: yield per hectare, milk production per animal, egg production,
slaughter weight etc. Should be used to describe the quantities of products expected during
the first year of operation.
The duration of the project (i.e. from TeleFood fund to project), should be specified in the
proposal. The duration should not exceed 12 months. It should be mentioned in the project
documentation whether the project implementation period refers to: the sowing or harvesting
season, the rainy season, the fishing ban period, etc.
5. Project activities or activity schedule
The proposal should contain a list of the main activities to be carried out month by month
(giving a precise timetable) to achieve the objective of the project. They should be presented
in the form of a simple work plan, indicating for each activity the entity that will have to
ensure its implementation and the period of execution.
6. Project Results
It will be necessary to indicate here the results that the project should allow to obtain. These
results should be tangible and measurable products of the activities undertaken under the
project, and compatible with the intended objectives. This could be, for example, the
establishment of a marketing system intended to open up more lucrative markets for
producers; establishing a low-cost post-harvest system to reduce crop losses; the
establishment of a fruit tree nursery of a certain size, well managed and the start of a
process of multiplication of the plants; the production, breeding and marketing of a certain
number of lambs or kids, etc. Unit selling prices must be mentioned.
7. Inputs / Budget or descriptive estimate
A detailed list of inputs will need to be drawn up. All inputs should, as far as possible, be
obtained locally (see above, in section B of the General Guidelines, for inputs which may or
may not be financed by TeleFood. (Ineligible inputs will delay, or prevent, approval of the
project proposal).
A detailed list of all inputs is required, including quantities and unit price. It refers to the
following supplies: building materials, tools, seeds, fertilizer, animal feed, veterinary
equipment, irrigation equipment, etc.
Exemple de plan de travail concernant un hypothétique projet d’apiculture (Il s'agit là d'un
exemple. Les responsabilités effectives peuvent différer d'un projet à l'autre, selon les nécessités).
- Organisation des bénéficiaires en groupe Bénéficiaires Mois 1
- Spécification du matériel et des fournitures Fonctionnaire National (Ministère) Mois 1
- Recherche de devis pour le matériel/fournitures FAO Mois 1
- Constitution d'un fonds communautaire Bénéficiaires Mois 1
- Commande du matériel et des fournitures FAO Mois 1 – 2
- Livraison du matériel et des fournitures FAO/Ministère Mois 3
- Construction et peinture des ruches Bénéficiaires Mois 3-4
- Préparation/présentation du rapport intérimaire Fonctionnaire National /FAO Mois 4
- Récolte du miel (ruches en exploitation) Bénéficiaires Mois 4 – 12
- Formation aux méthodes d'apiculture modernes FonctionnaireTechnique (Ministère)Mois 5
- Formation à la petite entreprise/commercialisation ONG collaborant au projet Mois 6
- Traitement du miel (ruches en exploitation) Bénéficiaires Mois 4 – 12
- Distribution et vente Bénéficiaires Mois 4 – 12
- Préparation/présentation du rapport final Fonctionnaire national /FAO Mois 13
Example of a work plan for a hypothetical beekeeping project (This is an example. The actual
responsibilities may differ from project to project, depending on the needs).
- Organization of beneficiaries as a group Beneficiaries Month 1
- Specification of equipment and supplies National Civil Servant (Ministry) Month 1
- Search for quotes for CAM equipment / supplies Month 1
- Constitution of a community fund Beneficiaries Month 1
- Order CAM equipment and supplies Months 1 - 2
- Delivery of equipment and supplies FAO / Ministry Month 3
- Construction and painting of beehives Beneficiaries Months 3-4
- Preparation / presentation of the interim report National Official / FAO Month 4
- Honey harvest (hives in operation) Beneficiaries Months 4 - 12
- Training in modern beekeeping methods Technical Officer (Ministry) Month 5
- Small business training / NGO marketing collaborating in the project Month 6
- Honey treatment (beehives in operation) Beneficiaries Months 4 - 12
- Distribution and sale Beneficiaries Months 4 - 12
- Preparation / presentation of the final report National official / FAO Month 13
The contribution of the group (s), for example in the form of labor, land, buildings or other
inputs, should be declared in the project proposal in order to indicate their degree of
commitment and level of participation. In the case of school vegetable gardens, the
participation of parents will be promoted.
A budget summary should be presented, showing the subtotal by type of input, including
contributions from FAO and cofinancing agencies / institutions, indicated by name:
Fournitures FAO
(FCFA)
OTHER
DONOR
(FCFA)
Total
(FCFA)
Tools
Construction materials
Food for animals
Fertilizer
Veterinary equipment and supplies
Pesticides
Cheptel, alevins Livestock, fry
seeds, planting material
Other field supplies / transport
Total (maximum FAO contribution 5,000,000
FCFA)
8. Simple cost / benefit analysis
A simple cost / benefit analysis will be presented to highlight the financial viability of the
project and its long term sustainability. The project must be able to create enough funds to
cover operational costs (seeds, fertilizers, feed, fry, animals, etc.) as well as the annual
depreciation of non-consumable inputs (buildings, greenhouses, boats, tools, etc.). water
tanks, treatment, installation and equipment, fishing nets, etc.).
To simplify the calculation, we consider a fixed rate of depreciation of 20% for all non-
consumable inputs. Therefore, the annual cost will equal the sum of operating costs plus
20% of the value of non-consumable inputs.
9. Risks
Most projects involve risks that could jeopardize their success (for example, adverse weather
conditions, social unrest or insecurity, interruption of the supply of inputs, pest or disease
outbreaks that may cause death or reduce yield, etc.). If this is the case, the possible risks
should be pointed out in the project document, with indications of how the project participants
will deal with such risks, should they arise.
10. Project links
Links with other ongoing development projects should be indicated in the project proposal,
specifying whether they are projects financed by FAO (preferably within the framework of
MINADER / DOPA, where the latter is operational, but also Decentralized Cooperation
projects (PCDG) PCT, GCP, UTF, or other) or by other sources (other United Nations
agencies, bilateral aid projects, NGOs, etc.). The decentralized services of MINADER will be
involved. These links must be clearly indicated in the evaluation form when presenting the
project.
11. Community fund
The community fund is an important instrument to ensure the smooth running of operations
and the long-term sustainability of the project. All beneficiaries (except in school vegetable
garden projects) should participate in the fund. All contributions in cash or in kind paid by
beneficiaries or by a third party must go into the fund.
Project profits must be deposited in the fund so that there is sufficient liquidity to meet the
needs of the project, and cover operational costs, maintenance costs and annual
depreciation. The management of the fund must be clearly indicated.
12. Technical support, supervision, monitoring and reporting arrangements
The project proposal should specify who is responsible for the overall management and
monitoring of project activities and how this monitoring will be carried out. The person in
charge is usually the designated national official (MINADER / DOPA executive), but it could
equally well be the representative of an NGO participating in the project or (although more
rarely) an official from the target group. himself.
The proposal should also indicate which organization and / or individuals will provide any
necessary technical guidance and advice, or provide training to the group if necessary.
Technical guidelines should emanate from FAO (through a MINADER / DOPA framework, for
example) or from a source approved by the Organization. Finally, it will be necessary to
indicate who will be responsible for preparing the interim report (three months after the start
of the project) and the final report (after TeleFood funding).

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  • 1. OVER PAGE (1st page) PROJECT SHEET SPECIAL TELEFOOD FUND COUNTRY: CAMEROON Project title: ______________________________________________________ Name of Beneficiary Group: __________________________________________ Project site (region, district, village, etc.) _________________________________ Planned start date: ___________________________________ Expected closing date: ___________________________ Budget (FAO contribution, in FCFA): ______________________ Name of the co-financing organization (if applicable): __________________________________________________________________ Project links: _____________________________________________________
  • 2. CONTENT OF THE PROJECT 1. Beneficiary group Project targeting is essential for the success of a project. We will describe here the group (s) of small farmers, shepherds, fishermen, manufacturers, or schools that will lead the project and will benefit directly from it. This description must indicate the name of the group (or school) and its site (name of the town or village, the date on which it was constituted / organized, its purpose, the number of members (including the percentage women and / or young people), etc. Direct beneficiaries are those who participate in the project, on the one hand by contributing financially or in kind to the community fund and on the other hand by receiving financial benefits from the latter. With regard to schools, orphanages and similar institutes, the benefits for the direct beneficiaries (children) must be indicated very clearly in the project documentation and the amount of their contribution (in terms of work) must also be specified. . The description of direct beneficiaries should include their level of (economic) poverty and their food security status. Parameters such as: Gross national product (GNP) / capita (if available), income relative to the national poverty line (if available), family size, housing conditions, land, other assets, etc., must be used as determining elements. The proposal should also identify and assess the number of secondary (indirect) beneficiaries - families or communities of people involved in the project - who will benefit from the project, for example, through improved diets or 'purchase of agricultural products from project activities. 2. General and justification of the project This section should describe the geographic area concerned (site, climate, cropping system, etc.). It will be necessary to highlight the poverty level of the beneficiary group and among the problems of the beneficiary group, those that the project will seek to resolve. Any development initiatives implemented by the government and local populations will also be reported. We will also indicate the organizations, institutions or local NGOs participating concretely (and / or financially) in the activities of the project, and we will illustrate their role. Special attention will be given to FAO activities, more particularly those of FAO Programs - MINADER / DOPA or other - in the project area, emphasizing the synergies between the TeleFood project and the broader ongoing program. 3. Project objective This section will describe, in a short and clear manner, the objective that the project is expected to achieve. It could be for example "to help the members of the group (or of the cooperative) to increase their production of fruits and vegetables", to "provide inputs to improve the production of small animals", to "improve income by reducing post-harvest losses in artisanal fisheries ", etc. The immediate objectives must be mentioned in concrete and measurable terms. The project should not promote the introduction of complex or particularly innovative techniques, new to the community concerned or likely to be unsustainable. TeleFood cannot be used to fund adaptive research or the dissemination of the latest techniques. 4. Description and duration of the Project A very detailed description of the project is requested, clearly explaining how the project will be carried out. All quantifiable project parameters should be included, for example: cultivated area and description of crops, number of animals provided to each family, indication of how tools and construction materials will be distributed among all beneficiaries, or managed individually. Parameters like: yield per hectare, milk production per animal, egg production, slaughter weight etc. Should be used to describe the quantities of products expected during the first year of operation. The duration of the project (i.e. from TeleFood fund to project), should be specified in the proposal. The duration should not exceed 12 months. It should be mentioned in the project documentation whether the project implementation period refers to: the sowing or harvesting season, the rainy season, the fishing ban period, etc.
  • 3. 5. Project activities or activity schedule The proposal should contain a list of the main activities to be carried out month by month (giving a precise timetable) to achieve the objective of the project. They should be presented in the form of a simple work plan, indicating for each activity the entity that will have to ensure its implementation and the period of execution. 6. Project Results It will be necessary to indicate here the results that the project should allow to obtain. These results should be tangible and measurable products of the activities undertaken under the project, and compatible with the intended objectives. This could be, for example, the establishment of a marketing system intended to open up more lucrative markets for producers; establishing a low-cost post-harvest system to reduce crop losses; the establishment of a fruit tree nursery of a certain size, well managed and the start of a process of multiplication of the plants; the production, breeding and marketing of a certain number of lambs or kids, etc. Unit selling prices must be mentioned. 7. Inputs / Budget or descriptive estimate A detailed list of inputs will need to be drawn up. All inputs should, as far as possible, be obtained locally (see above, in section B of the General Guidelines, for inputs which may or may not be financed by TeleFood. (Ineligible inputs will delay, or prevent, approval of the project proposal). A detailed list of all inputs is required, including quantities and unit price. It refers to the following supplies: building materials, tools, seeds, fertilizer, animal feed, veterinary equipment, irrigation equipment, etc. Exemple de plan de travail concernant un hypothétique projet d’apiculture (Il s'agit là d'un exemple. Les responsabilités effectives peuvent différer d'un projet à l'autre, selon les nécessités). - Organisation des bénéficiaires en groupe Bénéficiaires Mois 1 - Spécification du matériel et des fournitures Fonctionnaire National (Ministère) Mois 1 - Recherche de devis pour le matériel/fournitures FAO Mois 1 - Constitution d'un fonds communautaire Bénéficiaires Mois 1 - Commande du matériel et des fournitures FAO Mois 1 – 2 - Livraison du matériel et des fournitures FAO/Ministère Mois 3 - Construction et peinture des ruches Bénéficiaires Mois 3-4 - Préparation/présentation du rapport intérimaire Fonctionnaire National /FAO Mois 4 - Récolte du miel (ruches en exploitation) Bénéficiaires Mois 4 – 12 - Formation aux méthodes d'apiculture modernes FonctionnaireTechnique (Ministère)Mois 5 - Formation à la petite entreprise/commercialisation ONG collaborant au projet Mois 6 - Traitement du miel (ruches en exploitation) Bénéficiaires Mois 4 – 12 - Distribution et vente Bénéficiaires Mois 4 – 12 - Préparation/présentation du rapport final Fonctionnaire national /FAO Mois 13 Example of a work plan for a hypothetical beekeeping project (This is an example. The actual responsibilities may differ from project to project, depending on the needs). - Organization of beneficiaries as a group Beneficiaries Month 1 - Specification of equipment and supplies National Civil Servant (Ministry) Month 1 - Search for quotes for CAM equipment / supplies Month 1 - Constitution of a community fund Beneficiaries Month 1 - Order CAM equipment and supplies Months 1 - 2 - Delivery of equipment and supplies FAO / Ministry Month 3 - Construction and painting of beehives Beneficiaries Months 3-4 - Preparation / presentation of the interim report National Official / FAO Month 4 - Honey harvest (hives in operation) Beneficiaries Months 4 - 12 - Training in modern beekeeping methods Technical Officer (Ministry) Month 5 - Small business training / NGO marketing collaborating in the project Month 6 - Honey treatment (beehives in operation) Beneficiaries Months 4 - 12 - Distribution and sale Beneficiaries Months 4 - 12 - Preparation / presentation of the final report National official / FAO Month 13
  • 4. The contribution of the group (s), for example in the form of labor, land, buildings or other inputs, should be declared in the project proposal in order to indicate their degree of commitment and level of participation. In the case of school vegetable gardens, the participation of parents will be promoted. A budget summary should be presented, showing the subtotal by type of input, including contributions from FAO and cofinancing agencies / institutions, indicated by name: Fournitures FAO (FCFA) OTHER DONOR (FCFA) Total (FCFA) Tools Construction materials Food for animals Fertilizer Veterinary equipment and supplies Pesticides Cheptel, alevins Livestock, fry seeds, planting material Other field supplies / transport Total (maximum FAO contribution 5,000,000 FCFA) 8. Simple cost / benefit analysis A simple cost / benefit analysis will be presented to highlight the financial viability of the project and its long term sustainability. The project must be able to create enough funds to cover operational costs (seeds, fertilizers, feed, fry, animals, etc.) as well as the annual depreciation of non-consumable inputs (buildings, greenhouses, boats, tools, etc.). water tanks, treatment, installation and equipment, fishing nets, etc.). To simplify the calculation, we consider a fixed rate of depreciation of 20% for all non- consumable inputs. Therefore, the annual cost will equal the sum of operating costs plus 20% of the value of non-consumable inputs. 9. Risks Most projects involve risks that could jeopardize their success (for example, adverse weather conditions, social unrest or insecurity, interruption of the supply of inputs, pest or disease outbreaks that may cause death or reduce yield, etc.). If this is the case, the possible risks should be pointed out in the project document, with indications of how the project participants will deal with such risks, should they arise. 10. Project links Links with other ongoing development projects should be indicated in the project proposal, specifying whether they are projects financed by FAO (preferably within the framework of MINADER / DOPA, where the latter is operational, but also Decentralized Cooperation projects (PCDG) PCT, GCP, UTF, or other) or by other sources (other United Nations agencies, bilateral aid projects, NGOs, etc.). The decentralized services of MINADER will be involved. These links must be clearly indicated in the evaluation form when presenting the project. 11. Community fund The community fund is an important instrument to ensure the smooth running of operations and the long-term sustainability of the project. All beneficiaries (except in school vegetable garden projects) should participate in the fund. All contributions in cash or in kind paid by beneficiaries or by a third party must go into the fund. Project profits must be deposited in the fund so that there is sufficient liquidity to meet the needs of the project, and cover operational costs, maintenance costs and annual depreciation. The management of the fund must be clearly indicated. 12. Technical support, supervision, monitoring and reporting arrangements
  • 5. The project proposal should specify who is responsible for the overall management and monitoring of project activities and how this monitoring will be carried out. The person in charge is usually the designated national official (MINADER / DOPA executive), but it could equally well be the representative of an NGO participating in the project or (although more rarely) an official from the target group. himself. The proposal should also indicate which organization and / or individuals will provide any necessary technical guidance and advice, or provide training to the group if necessary. Technical guidelines should emanate from FAO (through a MINADER / DOPA framework, for example) or from a source approved by the Organization. Finally, it will be necessary to indicate who will be responsible for preparing the interim report (three months after the start of the project) and the final report (after TeleFood funding).