"Knowledge Fair for GEF SGP 20 Years Celebrations in Mauritius”
"Knowledge Fair for GEF SGP 20 Years Celebrations in Mauritius”
1. TABLE OF CONTENTS

2. COVER PAGE

Country:………………………..……………..Submission date…………………………………….
Project No. ________________ (For SGP Official Use. Do not write anything here)
Project Title: Knowledge Fair for GEF SGP 20 Years Celebrations in Mauritius
(The title must capture the essence of project and aligns to GEF focal areas)
APPLICANT
Name of Organization: Eco-Sud
Year established: 2000 Number of members: 65
Number of projects implemented: 1
Mailing Address: Rue des Bonites (Morcellement Blue-Bay) - Mahebourg
Physical Address: Rue des Bonites (Morcellement Blue-Bay) - Mahebourg
Telephone: + 230 6315403
Fax: + 230 6315403
E-Mail: ecosud@intnet.mu - sauvage.sebastien@gmail.com
Principal Officer: Alain de Falbaire (President)
Project Contact/Manager: Sébastien Sauvage (Vice-President)

PROJECT
GEF SGP Classification
Thematic/Focal Area (Tick one) Project Category (Tick one)
Conservation of Biodiversity Demonstration Project
Climate Change Capacity Development Project
Land Degradation and Sustainable Forest Management Applied Research/Policy Analysis
International Waters x Information/Networking/Policy Dialogue
Chemicals (POPs)
x Capacity development

Proposed Start Date: March 2015 Expected Project Duration: 9 months

FINANCES
Total GEF SGP Request: Rs. 163400 [US$ (For SGP Official Use. Do not write anything)]
Total from Other Sources: Rs.1,184600 [US$ (For SGP Official Use. Do not write anything)]
Total project cost: Rs. 1,34800] [US$ (For SGP Official Use. Do not write anything)]
UN rate of exchange: 32.68 UN ROE February 2015 (For SGP Official Use. Do not write anything here)

3. PROPOSAL
SECTION A: PROJECT RATIONALE AND APPROACH
1.1. Project Summary
1.2. Organizational Background and Capacity to implement the Project 1.3. Project Objectives and Expected Results
1.4. Description of Project Activities
1.5. Implementation Plan and Time-frame
1.6. Plan to Ensure Community Participation
1.7. Knowledge Management
1.8. Gender Mainstreaming
1.9. Communication of Results and Replication

SECTION B: PROJECT RISKS, MONITORING & EVALUATION
2.1. Risks to Successful Implementation
2.2. Monitoring, Evaluation Plan and Indicators
2.3. Sustainability of Results Achieved

SECTION C: PROJECT BUDGET
3.1 Financial Details
3.2 Projected Expenditures
3.3 Bank Details

ANNEX 1: INDICATORS
A. GEF SGP Project Indicators
B. SGP CBA Project Indicators



SECTION A: PROJECT RATIONALE AND APPROACH
1.1 Project Summary
Established in 1992, the year of the Rio Earth Summit, the GEF Small Grants Programme embodies the very essence of sustainable development by "thinking globally acting locally". It provides financial and technical support to civil society projects that conserve and restore the environment while enhancing people's well being and livelihoods. Funded by the Global Environment Facility as a corporate programme, SGP is implemented by the UNDP on behalf of the GEF partnership, and is executed by UNOPS. The Programme is guided by a National Steering Committee and was launched in Mauritius in April 1995, operating on a 4-year programme cycle basis.

Over the years SGP has responded closely to strategic country planning, being in recent years very much in advance and in line with the poverty eradication target and the “Maurice Ile Durable” concept of the Government of Mauritius. GEF SGP has built significant capacity in its partners both directly and through project implementation. The support of national experts, from institutions and NGOs, is felt to have been fundamental to the success of this capacity building. Over these 20 years of presence, the Programme has achieved solid reputation amongst the civil society and has built high visibility amongst key policy makers as well as other donors and CSRs who have become strong advocates of the Small Grants approach.

GEF Small Grants Programme Country Dashboard -MAURITIUS

Total Amounts
Number of Projects 152
Total Amount in Grants 4 996 273 USD
Total Amount of Cash Co-financing 6 351 812 USD
Total Amount of Kind Co-financing 4 745 409 USD
Total Amount of Co-financing 11 097 221 USD

Focal Areas Breakdown
Focal Areas - Total Number of Projects Grant Amount Co-financing in Cash Co-financing in Kind
Biodiversity 78 2 472 796 USD 2 787 831 USD 3 192 433 USD
Climate Change 32 750 513 USD 890 770 USD 494 984 USD
International Waters 23 505 880 USD 989 972 USD 301 898 USD
Multifocal Area 28 605 873 USD 882 695 USD 216 899 USD
Persistent Organic Pollutants 4 131 581 USD 448 881 USD 174 739 USD
Land Degradation 16 259 077 USD 235 500 USD 253 996 USD
Climate Change Adaptation 8 171 045 USD 92 237 USD 76 116 USD
Capacity Development 5 99 509 USD 23 925 USD 34 344 USD


During the latest programming cycle (2011-2014), financial and technical assistance has been provided to Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and Community-Based Organisations (CBOs) in the above focal areas with thematic focus on coastal zone management, resource management, sustainable agricultural practices, sustainable land management, Persistent Organic Pollutants, renewable energy, resilience-building and adaptation. In line with the pro-poor Government policy, SGP has focused its funding on the introduction of green jobs and small-scale financially self-sustaining and income-generating projects. It has supported projects which have enhanced the welfare and capacity building of women, youth, famers, disabled individuals and fishers through a variety of project including solar-powered electricity generation, community-based coral farming, village-based conservation nurseries, octopus fisheries management, wastes to compost and biogas production, certified organic cultivation and community-managed marine reserves. It has also supported numerous partnerships to scale up innovative approaches with a view to alleviate poverty.

GEF SGP celebrates 20 years of presence in the Republic of Mauritius in 2015. The programming shows significantly changing working-context over the years, some bringing further support to SGP while others have brought challenges. Some projects have reputedly led to clear increase in public awareness of global environmental problems and solutions. Others have had significant policy influence on Government actions. New endemic species of fish and corals have been discovered and the echo-parakeet, one of the world’s most threatened parrots was saved from extinction. The first organic agriculture certification for smallholders in the Republic of Mauritius based on international standards was obtained by SGP grantees in 2012. Grantees have won a record number of 32 awards in recognition of their SGP funded projects, 13 of which are prestigious international awards, including Whitley Foundation Award, Energy Globe Award, the Golden Jubilee Marine Environment Award and the AGFUND Prize.

Eco-Sud in collaboration with Graphic Designer Patrice Offman and Prism Studios proposes to celebrate the 20th anniversary by organizing a Knowledge Fair to showcase the significant work achieved by NGOs through the support received under the GEF SGP. The Knowledge Fair will be achieved through a 4-pronged approach:

1. Paper-based Knowledge Management by communicating on the 20th anniversary through (i) a branding exercise including an anniversary logo decrypting the philosophy and story of 20 years of GEF Small Grants Programme in Mauritius; and (ii) a hard-copy 24 pages brochure which will showcase a selected series of short stories on SGP successful projects. In collaboration with Eco-Sud, Patrice Offman will carry out this section of the project.


2. Virtual Knowledge Management and dissemination by (i) converting print media (brochure) into online-hosted media, with download link. Files will also contain any multimedia produced in this context; (ii) Community Management - Facebook Page and Events Page; and (iii) a Video Production for the 20 years exhibition at the Caudan Waterfront. In collaboration with Eco-Sud, this section will be carried out by Prism Studios (Creative Director Shakti Mareachealee) along with Electrocaine Sound and Visual Arts (Avneesh Bacha).

3. Organisation of a national poster competition for school children aiming at sensitizing them about the need to protect our environment. The theme and process will be validated with the GEF SGP office. A jury panel will be appointed and the 20 best posters will be showcased during the knowledge fair. Staff of Eco-Sud will carry out this section of the project.

4. Organization of a Knowledge Fair to showcase the materials and products of SGP grantees at the Caudan Waterfront from 19 to 21 June 2015 in the context of Music Day. This section will be organized by the GEF Small Grants Programme’s office with funding from other donors.

1.2 Organizational Background and Capacity to implement the project
Eco-Sud was officially registered with the Registry of Associations on February 11th, 2000.
Its headquarters are in Blue-Bay and the association counts today 65 members.

Eco-Sud has been affiliated to MACOSS (Mauritius Council of Social Service) since 2001.
In 2008, the association joined other organizations dealing directly and indirectly with the sea environment under the aegis of the MSDA (Mauritius Scuba Diving Association).

Since its inception, Eco-Sud has always had good working relationships with the Ministry of Fisheries, the Research Center in Albion (AFRC), the Mauritius Oceanography Institute (MOI) and the following NGOs: MMCS (Mauritius Marine Conservation Society), the MUG (Mauritius Underwater Group), the MSDA (Mauritius Scuba Diving Association), Reef Mauritius, Forever Blue and Shoals Rodrigues. Eco-Sud has often worked with the above-mentioned organizations to promote marine environment protection. Continuous effort has also been applied to develop and maintain good relationships with local fishermen and boatmen.

Eco-Sud objectives are to:
1) Defend all species and/or sites threatened of destruction or damage on the Mauritian territory
2) Protect the environment
3) Raise public awareness on ecological issues
4) Promote balance between economic development and environmental protection.

During its thirteen years of existence Eco-Sud has been at the forefront of discussions and actions, to raise awareness, to propose alternative solutions and to prevent the concretization of three major projects which were a threat to the environment and fundamentally, not sustainable.

From 1999 to 2001, Eco-Sud opposed itself to the development project destined for the islet of Ile aux Deux Cocos, situated in the marine park of Blue Bay. The “Follies” project, should it have been allowed to follow its course, would have caused irreparable damage to the fragile ecosystem of the marine park.

In 2005, the members of the association voiced out their strong disagreement to the South Eastern Highway project. This highway was going to cut through the valley of Ferney, home to the last endemic forest of Mauritius, which would have caused the permanent loss of endemic flora and fauna.

In 2009, Eco-Sud together with other associations joined forces to raise opposition towards a waste incinerator project. Eco-Sud, backed by national and international experts in the fields of waste reduction, composting and energy, proposed sustainable solutions rather than the installation of an incinerator which would have proved to be inefficient on the one hand and a huge health hazard on the other. Via press conferences and a general awareness campaign, Eco-Sud promoted waste reduction, the implementation of ‘waste sorting’ at home, recycling and composting, considering that 70% of our 400,000 tons of annual waste constitute of green waste, the rest being recyclable material such as glass, metal and plastic.

Our ongoing project “Lagon Bleu”, conceived and funded by GEF SGP in 2009, is focused on the protection, preservation and restoration of the marine and coastal environment of Blue Bay and Pointe d’Esny.

Raising awareness in schools is deemed essential as the young children, in turn, can become information disseminators in the family sphere. Eco Sud has long experience with working with teachers who have responded well to our projects and have been active in developing the school components with us.

1.3 Project Objectives and Expected Results
The primary objective of the proposed project is the celebration the 20 years of presence of the GEF Small Grants Programme in the Republic of Mauritius. Its specific objectives are to organize a series of events aiming at increasing the visibility of the Programme and showcasing the results achieved in 20 years.

The specific results or outcomes that the project will produce are:
• A 20th anniversary logo to be used throughout the year.
• A 20th anniversary printed brochure (500 copies).
• A 20th anniversary online brochure.
• A Facebook page and Events Page on the 20th celebrations
• 20 best posters from the competition to be showcased at the Caudan Waterfront and other eventual venues.
• These results will feed into/lead to a 3-day Knowledge Fair to be organized by the GEF SGP.
1.4 Description of Project Activities
1. Paper-based Knowledge Management by communicating on the 20th anniversary through (i) a branding exercise including an anniversary logo decrypting the philosophy and story of 20 years of GEF Small Grants Programme in Mauritius. See draft attached logo: at its core the logo is the colourful and organic expression of the harmonious presence of living environment which is sustained through the projects by ensuring an harmonious human interaction.

The symbolism of the elements in the logo:
The number 20 for the number of years.
The tree for nature & environment.
The leaves for the different projects or stake holders.
The roots for the important role of people for being the roots themselves ensuring the success of the program.
The spiral for biodiversity, the bud & living things.
The line for the solid ground that is needed for implementing the project.
The overall form of the tree gives us the glimpse of a dodo which is a very strong icon in Mauritius as far as the impact of human interaction with biodiversity is concerned.


and (ii) a hard-copy 24 pages brochure which will showcase a selected series of short stories on SGP successful projects: The projects to be highlighted will be selected in collaboration with the GEF SGP National Coordinator. A timeline of milestones projects during those 20 years will be presented. They will be illustrated with pictures and/or graphic designs.

2. Virtual Knowledge Management and dissemination by

(i) Converting print media (brochure) into online-hosted media, with download link. Files will also contain any multimedia produced in this context;

The 24 page brochure produced for the SGP 20 year celebration will be converted into online e-book hosted on GEF SGP Facebook page, with a download link that could be sent to people who have requested a copy of this brochure. Email addresses of those who visit the Knowledge fair and who wish to get more information should be collected during the 20 Year Celebration.

(ii) Community Management - Facebook Page and Events Page;

A Facebook page for GEF SGP will be created with the aim of information dissemination concerning the work done by the GEF SGP in the region and promotion of the upcoming event.
Events page, hosting all the information about the 20 years celebration at the Caudan Waterfront.
Sponsored ads to get more visibility will be posted online 2 weeks before the event.

(iii) a Video Production for the 20 years exhibition at the Caudan Waterfront.

A short 5-7 mins video about the exhibition-taking place at the waterfront.


3. Organisation of a national poster competition for school children aiming at sensitizing them about the need to protect our environment. The theme and process will be validated with the GEF SGP office. A jury panel will be appointed and the 20 best posters will be showcased during a Knowledge Fair.

4. Organization of a Knowledge Fair to showcase the materials and products of SGP grantees at the Caudan Waterfront from 19 to 21 June 2015 in the context of Music Day. The fair will also showcase the brochures, posters and other materials produced in the above sections. The Knowledge Fair at the Caudan Waterfront will be organized by the GEF Small Grants Programme’s office with support from the private sector. A 20 years commemoration film on GEF SGP in Mauritius and Rodrigues will be produced and launched during the fair. A calendar of activities from the launching of the 20th anniversary celebrations leading to the Knowledge Fair at the Caudan Waterfront will be established in collaboration with grantees.

1.5 Implementation Plan and Time Frame
It is proposed to launch the 20th anniversary celebration Logo and calendar of activities on 11 March 2015. Eco-Sud proposes to launch the poster competition in April with a view to finalize the selection of the 20 best posters by end of May 2015. All other activities will be prepared and posted on the web and newspapers in such a way as to lead to the main Knowledge Fair at the Caudan Waterfront in June. See attached draft calendar of activities prepared by the GEF SGP office and which will be fine-tuned in the coming weeks.
1.6 Plan to Ensure Community Participation
The launch of the national poster competition will be done through the press, the radio, and Social Media. SGP grantees which have past experience with working with school children on environmental issues will be asked to use their network to maximize the participation of children regarding the poster competition.
1.7 Knowledge Management
It is planned to capture, share and disseminate the knowledge, lessons learned and good practices gained through the implementation of this project on video and pictures to be shared on the facebook page and on the GEF SGP website.

1.8 Gender Mainstreaming
This project will ensure participation of men, women and children in an equal and fair manner.
1.9 Communication and Replication of Project Results

It is proposed to use newspaper, radio, Facebook and direct mailing to communicate the goals, activities and results of the project with the community members, other community-based organizations and other key stakeholders. The Knowledge Fair itself is being organized in the context of Music Day, which is seen as a crowd-puller.

SECTION B:
PROJECT RISKS, MONITORING & EVALUATION
2.0 Risks to Successful Implementation
Internet breakdown is a risk as there is an important component of use of virtual media.
Funding limitation is also a risk. Part of the communication activities relies on free local radio and newspapers access.
2.1 Monitoring, Evaluation Plan and Indicators
See table for monitoring and evaluating the project.

Table 1: Activity Planning: PROJECT WORKPLAN AND MONITORING SCHEDULE
Project Number: Project Name: Knowledge Fair for the SGP 20 Years Celebrations in Mauritius
Name of Grant Recipient:
Brief Description of General Objective of Project: Organisation of a 4-pronged Knowledge fair in the context of the 20 years of presence of the GEF Small Grants Programme in the Republic of Mauritius.
GEF Focal Area: Capacity Development Project Start and End Dates: February to September 2015
Brief Description of Specific Objective #1:
Paper-based Knowledge Management by communicating on the 20th anniversary
List the activities necessary to fulfill this objective. Indicate who is responsible for each activity and an indicator of activity accomplishment. Duration of Activity in Months
Activity Responsible Party Indicator Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
1.1 a branding exercise including an anniversary logo decrypting the philosophy and story of 20 years of GEF Small Grants Programme in Mauritius Patrice Offman Logo prepared and ready for 11 March launching x x
1.2 a hard-copy 24 pages brochure that will showcase a selected series of short stories on SGP successful projects.
Patrice Offman 500 copies of the brochure printed x x x x x
Brief Description of Specific Objective #2:
Virtual Knowledge Management and dissemination
Activity Responsible Party Indicator Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
2.1 Convert print media (brochure) into online-hosted media, with download link. Files will also contain any multimedia produced in this context Shakti and Avneesh Brochure converted into online media x x x x
2.2 Community Management- Facebook Page and Events Page
Shakti and Avneesh Facebook and Events Page created and managed x x x x x
2.3(iii) a Video Production for the 20 years exhibition at the Caudan Waterfront. Shakti and Avneesh Video produced and handed over to SGP office x x
Brief Description of Specific Objective #3: Organisation of a national poster competition for school children aiming at sensitizing them about the need to protect our environment. The theme and process will be validated with the GEF SGP office. A jury panel will be appointed and the 20 best posters will be showcased during the knowledge fair.
Activity Responsible Party Indicator Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
3.1 Decide on poster competition theme Eco-Sud with other NGOs, team and SGP office Poster competition launched x x x
3.2 Advertise and explain poster competition Eco-Sud with other NGOs Advert and newspaper article x
3.3 Select and appoint Jury panel
Eco-Sud and SGP office Jury members appointed x
3.4 Select 20 best winning posters Eco Sud with Jury Panel 20 best posters x
Brief Description of General Objective of Project: Organisation of a Knowledge fair in the context of the 20 years of presence of the GEF Small Grants Programme in the Republic of Mauritius at Caudan Waterfront with support from the private sector
Activity Responsible Party Indicator Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
4.1 Preparation of calendar of activities
SGP office Calendar prepared and ready for 11 March launching x x
4.2 Calendar of activities implemented.
SGP office, Grantees and Eco-Sud Events organised x x x x x
4.3 Preparation of a 20 year commemoration video 100% challenge and SGP office Video launched on 19 June x x x
4.4 Organisation of Knowledge Fair at Caudan Waterfront and launch of SGP brochure
SGP office, Grantees and Caudan Development Knowledge Fair carried out from 19 to 21 June x x x x
4.5 Posting of all Knowledge material developed during this project on SGP database SGP office SGP database updated x x
Indicate persons responsible for monitoring and progress reports: Eco-Sud and SGP office x x x x x x x x


2.2 Sustainability of Results Achieved
Through the knowledge fair it is proposed to ensure sustainability of SGP funded projects in Mauritius and Rodrigues.
SECTION C: PROJECT BUDGET
3.1 Financial Details

Table 2: Project funding summary
Funding Source Funding Plan, [local currency] Total [local currency]
Year 1 Year 2
a. GEF SGP 163400
b. Community 100000
c. Proposing Organization 10000
d. Other co-financiers 1,074600
Total Project Cost 1,348000

b. Community Contribution
Table 3: Community Contributions
Sources of Community Contribution Type (cash/in kind ) Committed or Projected?* Value, in local currency
1.Grantees during exhibition in kind Committed 100000
2 100 % Challenge for 20 Commemoration video In cash Committed 200000
3 Caudan Development for 4 days venue and logistics for Knowledge Fair In kind Committed 824600
4 FORENA for brochure and video production In cash Committed 50000
5 Private sector or UNV for logistics, catering and visibility during Knowledge Fair (19-21 June) In cash Projected Not estimated yet
Total 1084600

c. Proposing Organization Contribution
Table 4: Proposing organizations contributions
Sources of Contribution Type Committed or Projected? Value, local currency
1.Eco Sud for poster competition organisation in kind Committed 10000
Total 10000



3.2 Projected Expenditures

Table 5: Projected expenditures

Expenditure Category GEF SGP Co-funder Total
Branding/ Identity, Print media and communication about the 20yrs Celebration
Branding/ Identity/ Print Media : Presented by Patrice Offman
Project Design Elements : Publication, Logo & Commemorative Elements
Commemorative Logo: concept, design & elements - 20krs 20000 20000
Souvenir Brochure: concept, design, page layout (24pages) & artwork - 17krs 17000 17000
Editing: copy writing for publication - 10krs 10000 10000
Printing of Souvenir Brochure: full quad, 500 copy, 24 pages on recycled paper - 22,4krs + VAT 25760 25760
Additional design: commemorative item - 5krs 5000 5000
Virtual Knowledge Management & dissemination ( communication ) Presented by Electrocaine team ( Shakti & Avneesh )

Project Outputs : Logo Reveal for launching of calendar of activities (11 march) 10 secs of a Video Clip: Animation of logo on After Effects - Rs 5,000 (duration of 5 - 10sec) 5000 5000
Community Management - Facebook Page + information posting (sponsored ads )
USD 50 - Sponsored Ads- per week (SGP will pay directly to supplier 50 USDx2)
Management Fee per month (4 and a half months) Facebook+ Events Page+ Graphic support for posting 44640 44640
Converting print media into online hosted media, with download link. Files will also contain any multimedia produced in this context.

If 24 pages to be created - Rs 1,500 per page (x24 pages) 26000 10000 36000
Database Management : Clearing of redundant, expired email addresses and Direct Mailers : Graphics mounted into an email and sent to databases, reports with tracking of the emails will also be sent including number of email open, time spent on message etc.

Mailer Creation graphic - Rs 1,500 per email comprised in above cost
Video Production for the 20yrs celebration of SGP at Caudan - (3 Day shoot + edit )
3 Day shoot including all equipment 30000 30000
Editing : 10,000 10000 10000
Eco Sud Project Management & Poster/Photo Competition + Setting up and processing Jury Panel/Assessment 10000 10000 20000
Knowledge Fair at Caudan Waterfront to be organised by SGP office including contribution from Grantees and Caudan Development 924600 924600
100 % Challenge for 20 Commemoration video 200000 200000
Private sector or UNV for logistics, catering and visibility during Knowledge Fair (19-21 June) 0
Total 163400 1184600 1348000

3.3 Bank Details

Already provided to SGP.


ANNEX 1: INDICATORS

A. GEF SGP Project Indicators


GEF SGP OP5 results indicators
Capacity Development, Policy and Innovation (all focal areas)
CD o Number of people informed of SGP activities in the country
Livelihoods, Sustainable Development, and Empowerment (all focal areas)
Cross-cutting Livelihoods & Sustainable Development:
o Number of participating community members (gender disaggregated) (Note: mandatory for all projects)
o Number of student participating in poster competition in schools
o Increase in purchasing power, increased income for participating grantees who can sell their products at the KF
Empowerment:
o Number of NGOs/CBOs participating in the Knowledge Fair
o Number of women-led projects participating in the KF


B. SGP Community Based Adapation (CBA) Project Indicators

These indicators are to be used only in SGP Country Programmes which have access to GEF SPA-CBA and/or Aus-Aid co-funded CBA programmes for grant-making in the area of Community Based Adaptation to Climate Change. (Only for Aus/AID SIDS CBA programme, Do not fill in this section)

Community Based Adaptation (CBA)
CBA o Number of households, businesses engaged in vulnerability reduction or adaptive capacity development activities, as a proportion of households in the community or region targeted by the project.
o Percent change in stakeholders’ behaviors utilizing adjusted practices or resources for managing climate change risks.
o Number of beneficiaries of project receiving training in implementation of specific adaptation measures or decision-support tools
o Number of CBA“lessons learned” from the project

 
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Project Snapshot

Grantee:
Eco-Sud
Country:
Mauritius
Area Of Work:
CapDev
Grant Amount:
US$ 5,000.00
Co-Financing Cash:
US$ 7,939.00
Co-Financing in-Kind:
US$ 31,334.00
Project Number:
MAR/SIDS-CBA/YR3/15/04
Status:
Satisfactorily Completed
Project Characteristics and Results
Notable Community Participation
The launch of the national poster competition will be done through the press, the radio, and Social Media. SGP grantees which have past experience with working with school children on environmental issues will be asked to use their network to maximize the participation of children regarding the poster competition.
Gender Focus
This project will ensure participation of men, women and children in an equal and fair manner.
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Partnership

Caudan Development Ltd, FORENA

Grantee Contact

Mr Alain De Falbaire
Phone: + 230 - 631 54 03
Fax: + 230 - 631 54 03
Email: ecosud@intnet.mu
 

Address

Rue des Bonites, Morcellement Blue-Bay

SGP Country office contact

Mrs. Pamela Bapoo-Dundoo
Phone:
(230) 213 53 84
Fax:
(230) 212 14 11
Email:

Address

2nd Floor, Sugar Industry Pension Fund Building, 1 Remy Ollier Street
Port Louis, Mauritius

Country Website