Livelihood Assessment sheet

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dada shiilabhadrananda
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Fri Jan 18, 2008 6:21 pm
Livelihood assessment list is to assesst the economic and social condition of disaster victims.
Project: Livelihood recovery following Java Earthquake on May 2006.
Location: Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
Language: English & Indonesia
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MOU KNH (funding) and AMURT (implementor)

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dada shiilabhadrananda
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Sat Jan 19, 2008 1:55 pm
MOU between KNH Germany (Funding) with AMURT Yogyakarta (Implementor).
Project: School reconstruction following Java Earthquake on May 2006.
Location: Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Asia.
Language: English
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Donor contact list for Java earthquake

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cahyono
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Thu Jan 17, 2008 1:26 am

 

Donor contact list for Java Earthquake, Indonesia in May 2006

Advance Cash Voucher Sample

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Author’s Name
Dada Shiilabhadrananda
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Mon Dec 31, 2007 12:32 pm
A sample petty cash advance voucher that can be used to track the money you advance for expenses during operations
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Receipt Expense Sample Voucher

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Dada Shiilabhadrananda
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Mon Dec 31, 2007 12:37 pm
A simple Excel template for recording incoming funds through a receipt voucher and outgoing expenses through an expense voucher.
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AMURT Project Evaluation Form

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Dada Shiilabhadrananda
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Fri Dec 28, 2007 4:04 pm
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Fri Dec 28, 2007 4:04 pm

The Project Evaluaion Form can be used when an evaluator/monitor visits a project for the purposes of monitoring the progress of the project. It is a first draft. Additions/improvements are welcome

The Project Evaluation Form was a committment I made at the July ’07 AMURT Global Conference. Its purpose is to assist evaluators and project directors to analyze and upgrade the services in their projects in various areas

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Project Evaluation Form Action Plan

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Dada Shiilabhadrananda
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Fri Dec 28, 2007 4:29 pm
The Action Plan forms part of the document, Project Evaluation Form and is to be used in conjunction with it.
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Lotus Children’s Centre

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Author’s Name
Didi A. Kalika
Project website www.lotuschild.org
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Project director name: Sanskrit / Legal Sanskrit: Av Ananda Kalika Ac, Legal: Gabrielle Dowling
Project location: Village, Sub-district, District, Province, Country Village: Yarmag, Sub-district: – , District: Haan Uul, Province: (City) Ulaanbaatar, Country: Mongolia, AM Sector: Hong Kong
Project type: Disaster Relief/ Development Project Development
Project accomplishments 1. Creation of the centre’s own primary school. 2. Creation of the centre’s own kingergarten. 3. Extension of the project to the towns of Hutul and Erdenet.
Project needs currently: human, in-kind, cash Human: Information technology, accounting, males who have experience with children; business experience related to starting up small businesses. In-kind: Shoes – but donations of money are better. Cash: Running costs
Project support sources AMURT America, AMURT Italy, other individual donors
Project photos location http://resources.amurt.net/index.php?name=coppermine&file=thumbnails&album=28
Project director’s contact: email and tel number(s) Email: lotuschild@magicnet.mn, Phone: +976 11 379 471, Mobile: +976 9913 2100
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Project Sector: Education / Sanitation etc. Education, Shelter, Children support
Project starting date 1995
Project staff: No. Staff (Paid/Volunteer) Paid: 50, Volunteer: 2 (though at times more, sometimes fewer)
Project expenses (yearly) $US200,000 – two hundred thousand dollars.
Published
Wed Dec 19, 2007 1:33 pm
Lotus Children’s Centre is a children’s home, which houses approximately 130 children. The children who are of the correct age attend the centre’s own kindergarten or primary school.
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Izvorul Sperantei “The Fountain of Hope” Social Center Panatau

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Author’s Name
Didi A. Devapriya
Project website www.romania.amurtel.net
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Project director name: Sanskrit / Legal Cristina Rusu
Project location: Village, Sub-district, District, Province, Country Village: Panatau, Sub-district: – , District: Buzau, Province: – , Country: Romania, AM Sector:Berlin
Project type: Disaster Relief/ Development Project Development
Project accomplishments 1. The project is a partnership with the local Mayor, AMURTEL and a Dutch Foundation and received a 30,000 euro grant. 2. Despite opposition, being able to maintain the vegetarian diet, and successfully open the center.
Project lessons learned 1. just opened – still learning!
Project needs currently: human, in-kind, cash Human: volunteer teachers, In-kind: flooring for the study room, Cash: sponsorships to cover the food cost – about 2000 euros more needed
Project support sources Individual sponsorships mostly from within the AM community
Project director’s contact: email and tel number(s) Email: amurtel@gmail.com, Mobile: +40748011229
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Project Sector: Education / Sanitation etc. Education
Project starting date June 2007
Project staff: No. Staff (Paid/Volunteer) Paid: 3, Volunteer: 0
Project expenses (yearly) 5000 euros to pay for the hot meal program, the other running costs are provided by the mayor
Published
Tue Dec 18, 2007 4:23 pm
An afterschool center designed to break the cycle of rural poverty by providing homework support and hot meals to 25 economically disadvantaged students aged 7-14.
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