Rotary Club of Kampala Ssese Islands

Global Grant Application GG1747169

 

GRANT NUMBER

STATUS

GG1747169

Authorizations Required

 

 

 

 

Global

 

Grant

 

Application

 

 

Basic Information

 

Grant title

 

Cardiff-Ssese Islands Project

 

Type of Project

 

Humanitarian Project

 

Address community needs and produce sustainable, measurable outcomes

 

Primary Contacts

 

 

Name

Club

District

Sponsor

Role

 

 

 

 

 

Alan Kemp

Cardiff

1150

Club

International

 

 

 

 

 

David Rogers

Kampala-Ssese

9211

Club

Host

Kintu

Islands

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Committee Members

 

Host committee

 

Name

Club

District

Role

 

 

 

 

Caroline Namutosi

Kampala-Ssese

9211

Secondary Contact

 

Islands

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ritah Nabatanzi

Kampala-Ssese

9211

Secondary Contact

 

Islands

 

 

 

 

 

 

Daniella Akellot

Kampala-Ssese

9211

Secondary Contact

 

Islands

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

International committee

 

 

Name

Club

District

Role

 

 

 

 

Gareth Powell

Cardiff

1150

Secondary Contact

 

 

 

International

 

 

 

 

William Turner

Cardiff

1150

Secondary Contact

 

 

 

International

 

 

 

 

David Thomas

Cardiff

1150

Secondary Contact

 

 

 

International

 

Do any of these committee members have potential conflicts of interest?

 

No

 

 

Project Overview

 

Tell us a little about your project. What are the main objectives of the project, and who will benefit from it?

 

Schistosomiasis is a chronic parasitic disease of man and other mammals caused by infection of Trematodes of the genus Schistosoma. The types in Uganda are Schistosomamansoni which is prevalent in most of the country including Lake Victoria and Schistosomahaematobium which is limited to a few districts in central northern Uganda. The disease is transmitted from man to man through larvae shed by infected snails that live in fresh water bodies. Man is infected while in contact with the infested water while fishing, swimming, playing etc.. The larvae penetrate man through unbroken skin and migrate through blood vessels to the liver, where they mature. For Schistosomamansoni, adults live in intestinal blood vessels where each female worm produces over 300 to 3000 eggs per day. Some of the eggs are excreted in stool and, once reach they reach fresh water, they hatch into larvae that infects snails to begin the cycle again. The remaining eggs are trapped in the body especially the liver causing liver fibrosis and cancer.

 

For the Rotary supported project, other than providing and equipping an upgraded health centre, it will also support schistosomiasis and soil transmitted helminth (STH) control by improving health centre based management of the diseases and as part of outreach services, support schistosomiasis& STH mass treatment to increase treatment coverage which is persistently very low.

 

Schistosomiasis problem in Uganda.

 

Schistosomiasismansoniwas first detected in Uganda in 1909 but thorough investigations occurred between 1950 and 2007. All studies showed the disease to be a serious problem and wide spread particularly along large water bodies including Lake Victoria. One of the studies described the infection to be very intense, more so than any other area ever studied. Hospital records over a 30 year

 

period between 1951 and 1980 showed this condition to be the first cause of hospital death and the second cause of hospital admissions in adults in north western Uganda. Control of the disease was initiated in 2003 when Schistosomiasis Control Initiative (SCI) of Imperial College, London, UK provided the required funds. The interventions hinged on annual mass treatment (MDA) with praziquantel and Health Education and these have been implemented since then to date. By 2006, the prevalence and intensity of infection in majority of the foci in the country had been drastically reduced and transmission interruption seemed potentially possible in majority of affected areas. Problem of schistosomiasis control in Lake Victoria islands

 

However, in Lake Victoria Islands, the story was different. Due to high transport costs on water, operations in the islands were expensive and poorly implemented, hence both geographical and chemotherapeutic coverage are extremely low sometimes as low as 5% in some communities.

 

Perhaps due to similar reasons, limited support has been extended to the islands in form of health education, safe water supply and sanitation improvement leading to continuous high re-infection rate. Furthermore, due to their unstable residency, it is difficult to gather large numbers of people for sensitisation or treatment. This implies that many people inevitably continue to miss treatment during the formal mass treatment days which is done once a year. Collaboration between health, fisheries department and affected communities can play a major role in improving the treatment coverage but this approach has never been attempted due to insufficient funds. To involve the communities, it is vital to sensitise them about preventive, control and curative measures, train community volunteers including community leaders on control issues and train health workers on disease management. Most islanders do not own land, they live in temporary low quality hats with poor sanitation, lack of clean water and they are overcrowded and all these factors favour schistosomiasis transmission). Hence the objectives of this project will be:-

  1. To asses community awareness about schistosomiasis, its signs/ symptoms and transmission methods,

 

  1. To asses health workers knowledge and skills on disease management,

 

  1. To train health workers in appropriate skills of disease diagnosis and management D. To asses peoples’ attitudes, practices and health seeking behaviour,

 

  1. To design appropriate messages using the information above (A & B) to sensitize affected communities about disease prevention and control,

 

  1. To increase treatment coverage through utilisation of community volunteers and beach management team,

 

  1. To improve use of available safe water sources and harvesting and storage of rain water,

 

 

Areas of Focus

 

Which area of focus will this project support?

 

Disease prevention and treatment

 

 

Measuring Success

 

Disease prevention and treatment

 

Which goals will your activity support?

 

Improving the capacity of local health care professionals;Promoting disease prevention programs, with the goal of limiting the spread of communicable diseases and reducing the incidences of and complications from non-communicable diseases;Enhancing the health infrastructure of local communities;Preventing physical disability resulting from disease or injury

 

How will you measure your project’s impact?

 

 

Measure

Collection

Frequency

Beneficiaries

 

Method

 

 

 

 

 

 

Number of recipients of disease

Direct

Every six

2500+

prevention intervention

observation

months

 

 

 

 

 

 

Do you know who will collect information for monitoring and evaluation?

 

Yes

 

Name of Individual or Organization

Benjamin Tinkitina

Phone

+256702234312

Email

tinkitina@gmail.com

Address

 

Briefly explain why this person or organization is qualified for this task.

He is qualified because he has undergone data analysis training by WHO and he is now a trainer for WHO Africa Region. He currently managing Vector Control Division Data.

 

 

Location and Dates

 

Humanitarian Project

 

Where will your project take place?

 

City or town            Province or state

 

Ddagye                         Kalangala District, Ssese Islands(Bugala), Lake Victoria

 

Country

 

Uganda

 

When will your project take place?

 

2018-05-15 to 2019-03-31

 

 

 

 

Participants

 

 

 

 

 

Cooperating Organizations (Optional)

 

 

Name

Website

Location

 

 

 

VECTOR

https://vectorcontroldivisionuganda.wordpress.com

Plot 15 Bombo

CONTROL

 

road P.O Box

DIVISION,

 

1661 Kampala-

MINISTRY OF

 

Uganda Kampala

HEALTH,

 

Uganda

UGANDA

 

 

 

Do any committee members have a potential conflict of interest related to a cooperating organization?

No

 

Why did you choose to partner with this organization and what will its role be?

 

The Vector Control Division(VCD) was created to enable Uganda achieve a status of a country free of neglected tropical diseases(NTDs) and related Morbidity and disabilities, the division has tackled a wide range of diseases and public health issues in addition to training many young scientists and assisting a wide range of research projects.

The role of VCD will be to procure the necessary drugs and equipment and implement the project given its expertise in this area.

 

Partners (Optional)

 

List any other partners that will participate in this project.

 

Rotary Club of Cardiff(UK), Rotary Club of Kampala- Ssese Islands(Uganda), Vector Control Division(VCD), Ministry of Health, Kalangala District Health Office.

 

Volunteer Travelers (Optional)

 

No.                                               Name                                                                 Email

 

 

Describe this person’s role in the project.

 

 

Host sponsor confirmation of volunteer travelers

 

 

 

 

 

Rotarian Participants

 

Describe the role that host Rotarians will have in this project.

 

 

The Host Club(Rotary Club of Kampala-Ssese Islands) has completed the needs assessment. The Host Club will have overall management of procurement of equipment and materials. They will establish a bank account for the Grant, and co-operate with Vector Control Division(VCD),

 

Ministry of Health in procuring the equipment and materials needed. Vector Control Division(VCD) will take the lead in the practical aspects of procurement following discussion with the Host Club.

 

Monitoring of project implementation and compliance will be undertaken by the Host Club through regular visits. Monitoring of performance against indicators after project completion will be undertaken during visits by Host Club Rotarians. Throughout the project and after completion the Host Club will make reports to the International partner (Rotary Club of Cardiff) updating progress and success against agreed PIans. The Host Club will be responsible for preparation of required reports for International Partner &The Rotary Foundation (TRF) post Project completion.

 

Describe the role that international Rotarians will have in this project.

 

Assessment of costings and project plans

 

 

Budget

 

What local currency are you using in your project’s budget?

 

The currency you select should be what you use for a majority of the project’s expenses.

 

 

Local Currency

U.S. dollar (USD) exchange rate

Currency Set On

 

 

UGX

3800

06/10/2018

 

 

What is the budget for this grant?

 

List each item in your project’s budget. Remember that the project’s total budget must equal its total funding, which will be calculated in step 9. Every global grant includes a match of at least $15,000 from The Rotary Foundation’s World Fund. Project budgets, including the World Fund match, must be at least $30,000.

 

#

Category

Description

Supplier

Cost in

Cost in

 

 

 

 

UGX

USD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Equipment

Testing Kits

Mednet Health

71817500

18899

 

 

 

Care

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

Operations

Advocacy of Health Center

Rotary and

2972500

782

 

 

staff political, community and

VCD(Ministry of

 

 

 

 

 

Civic leaders

Health)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

Operations

Training of health workers

Rotary and

2216000

583

 

 

 

VCD(Ministry of

 

 

 

 

 

 

Health)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

Operations

Outreach services And

Rotary and

20858000

5489

 

 

community sensitization

VCD(Ministry of

 

 

 

 

 

 

Health)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

Supplies

Stationary

TTB Investments

792000

208

 

 

#

Category

Description

Supplier

Cost in

Cost in

 

 

 

 

UGX

USD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

Equipment

Equipping The Rotary Health

Mednet Health

16100000

 

4237

 

 

Center with Medical Sandries

Care

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7

Equipment

Solar Energy for Health

Mesaps

16060000

 

4226

 

 

Center

Investment Ltd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8

Operations

Contingency

Rotary and

2757000

726

 

 

 

VCD(Ministry of

 

 

 

 

 

 

Health

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total budget:

133573000

 

35150

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Funding

 

Tell us about the funding you’ve secured for your project. We’ll use the information you enter here to calculate your maximum possible funding match from the World Fund.

 

#

Source

Details

Amount

Support*

Total

 

 

 

(USD)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Cash from Club

Cardiff

10,000.00

500.00

10,500.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

District Designated Fund

1150

10,000.00

0.00

10,000.00

 

(DDF)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

Cash from Club

Kampala-Ssese

100.00

5.00

105.00

 

 

Islands

 

 

 

 

*Whenever cash is contributed to the Foundation to help fund a global grant project, an additional 5 percent is applied to help cover the cost of processing these funds. Clubs and districts can receive Paul Harris Fellow recognition points for the additional expense.

 

How much World Fund money would you like to use on this project?

 

You may request up to 15,050.00 USD from the World Fund.

15050

 

Funding Summary

DDF contributions:   10,000.00

 

Cash contributions:

 

 

10,100.00

 

 

Financing subtotal (matched contributions + World Fund):

35,150.00

 

 

Total funding:               35,150.00

 

 

Total budget:                35,150.00

 

 

Sustainability

 

Humanitarian Projects

 

Project planning

Describe the community needs that your project will address.

 

Treatment of schistosomiasis and other helminths endemic in the region, otherwise known as “Neglected Tropical Diseases”. Population surveys have confirmed the high incidence of schistosomiasis amongst the island population in common with other communities in and around Lake Victoria. The life cycle of the schistosomes is well established and understood as is the life cycle of the fresh water snails that carry them.

 

The project will establish a centre for disease diagnosis at Ddagye Health Center II, partner with Ministry of health to deploy laboratory personnel, improve schistosomiasis management in health facilities, improve health seeking behaviour, improve knowledge of health workers and affected communities on issues concerning schistosomiasis prevention, control and treatment, improve treatment compliance and hence treatment coverage consequently eliminating schistosomiasis morbidity in the catchment area and above all greatly improve community participation and ownership factors that are vital for programme sustainability. Unlike the ongoing vertical approach, this project will completely ride on existing health structures hence completely integrate the control efforts in existing health system another factor that promotes sustainability of the programme.

 

How did your project team identify these needs?

 

The Rotary Club of Kampala- Ssese Islands does a good number of projects from Ssese Islands,and its from here that the Rotary Club of Cardiff and the imperial college picked interest in doing more with Rotary and Ministry of Health in trying to solve the problem of Schistosomiasis in Ssese Islands.

Schistosomiasis was first detected in Uganda in 1909 but thorough investigations occurred between 1950 and 2007. All studies showed the disease to be a serious problem and wide spread particularly along large water bodies including Lake Victoria.One of the studies described the infection to be very intense, more so than any other area ever studied. Hospital records over a 30 year period between 1951 and 1980 showed this condition to be the first cause of hospital death and the second cause of hospital admissions in adults in north western Uganda. Control of the disease was initiated in 2003 when Schistosomiasis Control Initiative (SCI) of Imperial College provided the required funds. The interventions hinged on annual mass treatment (MDA) with praziquantel and Health Education and these have been implemented since then to date. By 2006, the prevalence and intensity of infection in majority of the foci in the country had been drastically reduced and transmission interruption seemed potentially possible in majority of affected areas.

 

 

How were members of the benefiting community involved in finding solutions?

 

The Rotary Club of Kampala-Ssese Islands has built Ddagye Health Centre II and equipped it with medical accessories, supplies and staff in partnership with the Wamala Family and Ministry of Health. The Health Center is now fully running with a fully established laboratory which will be equipped with a microscope and CCA cassettes for rapid diagnosis of S.mansoni in urine samples. Ministry of Health will train the current personnel who are running the laboratory. In addition, Ministry of health has provided the general staff who are working in the Health Centre. The existing staff in majority of Health Facilities in Uganda has limited skills in the diagnosis and management of schistosomiasis. The Grant will be used to meet training costs of the Health workers using Central Ministry of Health personnel as facilitators. The centre based schistosomiasis diagnosis will utilize two methods namely “the Kato Katz Technique” in stool and or Circulating Cathodic Antigens (CCA in urine). The approach at the health centre will be “test and treatment of all identified positive cases”. The staff will also be trained on use of signs and symptoms to decide whether to treat or not.

 

Using Ministry of Health personnel, a KAP study to determine knowledge, attitude and practice of the people will be implemented using a simple questionnaire. Knowledge from the KAP study will be utilized to design appropriate IEC materials. The IEC messages will be utilised by the trained Health Centre Staff to sensitize communities in their catchment area. The central Ministry of Health and district staff will supervise all activities to ensure quality. Mass Drug Administration (MDAs) will be supervised by relevant Central & District staff. Ministry of Health will cater for radio jingles to promote treatment compliance.

 

How were community members involved in planning the project?

 

Rotary Club of Kampala, Ssese Islands has well established links with the island communities and was instrumental in raising funds to provide the building for the Health Centre which cost $28,000. The Health Center is now fully operational and often being used by the community on a regular basis but also often hosting medical outreaches which include more clinics like eye, dental and cervical cancer screening.

 

The community will be involved in planning and will provide community volunteers who will be trained in skills to support implementation. The community will be effectively mobilized to regularly seek for treatment in the health facility and to regularly take medicines at the community level. The project will be helping to improve impact of the ongoing schistosomiasis

 

  • STH programme which has been funded by Ministry of Health in collaboration with SCI by introducing facility based management of the disease and increasing compliance to take medicines hence increasing treatment coverage.

 

Project implementation

 

#

Activity

Duration

 

 

 

1

Purchase of Health Center

1 month

 

Equipment including Laboratory

 

 

equipment and supplies

 

 

 

 

2

District Advocacy and

1 day

 

sensitisation (VCD)

 

 

 

 

3

Advocacy of health Centre staff

1 day

 

 

#        Activity                                                                 Duration

 

 

 

and political, civic and community leaders within the catchment area

 

 4        KAP study (VCD)

 

  • Designing & produce appropriate IEC messages (VCD)

 

  • Training of the health workers (general staff)

 7        Training of laboratory personnel

 

  • Community sensitisation (done every four months)

 

  • Mass Drug Administration in community (VCD)

 

  • Supervision and surveillance

 

0

 

 

 

  • Data entry, cleaning and analysis (VCD)

 

  • Report writing

 

2

 

  • Feedback/ review meeting

 

3

 

 

 

 

 

  • week

 

  • week

 

 

  • day

 

 

2 days

 

1 week 1 week each round to sensitise communities to go for treatment at the health centres and to take drugs during routine MDA days.

 

1 week

 

 

Once each year for a week for surveillance. Supervision will be done during community sensitisation. During surveillance, the Rotary staff will supervise implementation.

 

  • month

 

 

  • month

 

 

  • day

 

 

 

Will you work in coordination with any related initiatives in the community?

 

Yes

 

Briefly describe the other initiatives and how they relate to this project.

 

The Ministry of Health has been carrying out a program through their SCI initiative, SCI has been supporting routine surveillance but the support is quite inadequate hence limited surveillance and supervision have been ongoing. In addition, SCI has been funding community mobilization to take drugs and to create awareness about prevention and control of the disease but again this has been inadequate and to date many people refuse to take drugs fearing side effects. Hence the fund will support extra sensitization costs. Please also note that the fund will also support Rotarians involved in the monitoring and evaluation of the project.

 

 

Please describe the training, community outreach, or educational programs this project will include.

 

The training will include;

 

  • Training of general Health staff in schistosomiasis prevention, control methods and in disease management
  • Improve schistosomiasis prevention and control issues in outreach service (Grant)

 

  • Training of community volunteers to deliver treatments

 

  • Advocacy at district level
  • Advocacy in catchment area

 

  • Training of laboratory staff

 

All trainings will be facilitated by Ministry of Health personnel in collaboration through VCD and Rotarians from the Rotary Club of Kampala-Ssese Islands. All health workers both general and laboratory staff, all beach management leaders (community leaders in charge of fishing), and all Community Volunteers will be trained to support schistosomiasis control efforts.

 

How were these needs identified?

 

Through a needs assessment done by the Rotary Club of Kampala Ssese Islands and collaboration of the Rotary Club of Cardiff. Already great analysis of the need has been done by the Ministry of Health through the Vector Control Division. It was also established that the need for this initiative is there when the Rotarians of Kampala Ssese Islands interacted with the District Health Officer Dr. Hillary Bitarakalamire in May 2018 during one of the Medical Outreaches.

 

What incentives (for example, monetary compensation, awards, certification, or publicity), will you use, if any, to encourage community members to participate in the project?

 

Routine recognition of the Health workers

Acknowledgement of the political heads of the communities during the mass sensitization Rotary Certificate awards

Transport refund and meals & stationery where necessary and improved health care both during out- reach services and in the facility.

 

List any community members or community groups that will oversee the continuation of the project after grant-funded activities conclude.

 

The Health Workers at the Ddagye Health Center

 

The district Health Office of Kalangala District The

 

Ministry Of Health through their SCI Initiative

 

 

 

 

 

 

Budget

 

Will you purchase budget items from local vendors?

 

 

Yes

 

Explain the process you used to select vendors.

 

All equipment will be sourced from local vendors, apart from CCA cassettes which are produced and sold in South Africa.

A market research helped us come up with the best price and quality of equipment.

 

Did you use competitive bidding to select vendors?

 

No

 

Please explain.

 

Competitive bidding will be carried out as soon as the Grant is approved. The bidding will be done in line with the Rotary Club of Kampala Ssese procurement policy.

 

Please provide an operations and maintenance plan for the equipment or materials you anticipate purchasing for this project. This plan should include who will operate and maintain the equipment and how they will be trained.

 

There is already planned training for the staff at the health Center, so the staff will be well trained in maintenance of the equipment.

Ddagye Health Centre II will own the items purchased with grant funds at the end of the project. The District Health Office has committed to monitor and maintain equipment through their qualified Biometric Engineer Mr. Kasirye Samuel (Profile Attached)

 

Describe how community members will maintain the equipment after grant-funded activities conclude. Will replacement parts be available?

 

Ministry of Health will maintain the Health Centre and all medical equipment, pay the Health Center Staff and sustain supply of CCA after the project. And the Distric Biometric Engineer will maintain the equipment.

 

If the grant will be used to purchase any equipment, will the equipment be culturally appropriate and conform to the community’s technology standards?

 

Yes

 

Please explain.

 

All recommended equipment by the Ministry of Health has been used before for the same project in the same area.

In addition there will be installation of Solar energy to be able to handle any need of power, already assessment has been done to determine the amount of power needed for all necessary equipment.

 

After the project is completed, who will own the items purchased by grant funds? No items may be owned by a Rotary district, club, or member.

 

Ddagye Health Centre II will own the items purchased with grant funds at the end of the project.

 

 

 

 

Funding

 

Have you found a local funding source to sustain project outcomes for the long term?

 

Yes

 

 

Please describe this funding source.

 

Ministry of Health will maintain the Health Centre and all medical equipment, pay the Health Center Staff and sustain supply of CCA after the project

 

Will any part of the project generate income for ongoing project funding? If yes, please explain.

 

No

 

 

Authorizations

 

Authorizations & Legal Agreements

 

Legal agreement

 

Global Grant Agreement

 

I confirm and agree to the following:

 

  1. All information contained in this application is, to the best of our knowledge, true and accurate.

 

  1. We have read the Terms and Conditions for Rotary Foundation District Grants and Global Grants (“Terms and Conditions”) and will adhere to all policies therein.

 

  1. The grant sponsors (“Sponsors”) shall defend, indemnify, and hold harmless Rotary International (RI) and The Rotary Foundation (TRF), including their directors, trustees, officers, committees, employees, agents, associate foundations and representatives (collectively “RI/TRF”), from and against all claims, including but not limited to claims of subrogation, demands, actions, damages, losses, costs, liabilities, expenses (including reasonable attorney’s fees and other legal expenses), awards, judgments, and fines asserted against or recovered from RI/TRF arising out of any act, conduct, omission, negligence, misconduct, or unlawful act (or act contrary to any applicable governmental order or regulation) resulting directly or indirectly from a Sponsor’s and/or participant’s involvement in grant-funded activities, including all travel related to the grant.

 

  1. The failure of the parties to comply with the terms of this Agreement due to an act of God, strike, war, fire, riot, civil unrest, hurricane, earthquake, or other natural disasters, acts of public enemies, curtailment of transportation facilities, political upheavals, acts of terrorism, or any similar cause beyond the control of the parties shall not be deemed a breach of this Agreement. In such an event, the Agreement shall be deemed terminated and the Sponsors shall refund all unexpended global grant funds within 30 days of termination.

 

  1. TRF’s entire responsibility is expressly limited to payment of the total financing amount. TRF does not assume any further responsibility in connection with this grant.

 

 

  1. TRF reserves the right to cancel the grant and/or this Agreement without notice upon the failure of either or both of the Sponsors to abide by the terms set forth in this Agreement and the

 

Terms and Conditions. Upon cancellation, TRF shall be entitled to a refund of any global grant funds, including any interest earned, that have not been expended.

 

  1. The laws of the State of Illinois, USA, without reference to its conflicts of laws principles, shall govern all matters arising out of or relating to this Agreement, including, without limitation, its interpretation, construction, performance, and enforcement.

 

  1. Any legal action brought by either party against the other party arising out of or relating to this Agreement must be brought in either, the Circuit Court of Cook County, State of Illinois, USA or the Federal District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, USA. Each party consents to the exclusive jurisdiction of these courts, and their respective appellate courts for the purpose of such actions. Nothing herein prohibits a party that obtains a judgment in either of the designated courts from enforcing the judgment in any other court. Notwithstanding the foregoing, TRF may also bring legal action against Sponsors and/or individuals traveling on grant funds in any court with jurisdiction over them.

 

  1. This Agreement binds and benefits the parties and their respective administrators,

 

legal representatives, and permitted successors and assigns.

 

  1. If any provision of this Agreement is determined to be illegal, invalid or unenforceable, the remaining provisions of this Agreement shall remain in full force and effect.

 

11.Sponsors may not assign any of its rights under this Agreement except with the prior written consent of TRF. Sponsors may not delegate any performance under this Agreement without the prior written consent of TRF. Any purported assignment of a Sponsor’s rights or delegation of performance without TRF’s prior written consent is void.

 

12.TRF may assign some or all of its rights under this Agreement to an associate foundation of TRF. TRF may delegate any performance under this Agreement to an associate foundation. Any other purported assignment of TRF’s rights or delegation of performance without the Sponsors’ prior written consent is void.

 

  1. Sponsors will comply with all economic and trade sanctions, including those implemented by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the United States Department of Treasury, and will ensure that they do not support or promote violence, terrorist activity or related training, or money laundering.

 

  1. This Agreement constitutes the final agreement between the parties. No amendment or waiver of any provision of this Agreement shall be effective unless it is in the form of a writing signed by the parties.

 

  1. Rotary International (RI) and TRF may use information contained in this application and subsequent reports to promote the activities by various means such as The Rotarian, Rotary Leader, rotary.org, etc. Unless indicated otherwise in writing, by submission of the photos, the parties hereby grant to RI and TRF the worldwide right to publish and use the photos, including but not limited to, in RI and TRF publications, advertisements, and Web sites and on social media channels and to license use to others, including, but not limited to, media outlets and its partners and through RI’s online image database, for the purposes of promoting Rotary. By submitting the photos, the parties represent and warrant that all persons appearing in the

 

photos have given their unrestricted written consent to use their likenesses and to license use to third parties.

 

  1. The Sponsors agree to share information on best practices when asked, and TRF may provide their contact information to other Rotarians who may wish advice on implementing similar activities.

 

  1. The Sponsors will ensure that all individuals traveling on grant funds have been informed of the travel policies stated in the Terms and Conditions and have been made aware that they are responsible for obtaining travel insurance.

 

 

Primary contact authorizations

 

Application Authorization

 

By submitting this global grant application, we agree to the following:

 

  1. All information contained in this application is, to the best of our knowledge, true and accurate, and we intend to implement the activities as presented in this application.

 

  1. The club/district agrees to undertake these activities as a club/district.

 

  1. We will ensure all cash contributions (as detailed in the grant financing) will be forwarded to The Rotary Foundation (TRF) or sent directly to the global grant bank account after Trustee approval of the grant.

 

  1. Rotary International (RI) and TRF may use information contained in this application to promote the activities by various means such as The Rotarian, the RI international convention, RVM: The Rotarian Video Magazine, etc.

 

  1. We agree to share information on best practices when asked, and TRF may provide our contact information to other Rotarians who may wish advice on implementing similar activities.

 

  1. To the best of our knowledge and belief, except as disclosed herewith, neither we nor any person with whom we have or had a personal or business relationship are engaged, or intend to engage, in benefiting from TRF grant funds or have any interest that may represent a potential competing or conflicting interest. A conflict of interest is defined as a situation in which a Rotarian, in relationship to an outside organization, is in a position to influence the spending of TRF grant funds, or influence decisions in ways that could lead directly or indirectly to financial gain for the Rotarian, a business colleague, or his or her family, or give improper advantage to others to the detriment of TRF.

 

 

All Authorizations & Legal Agreements Summary

 

Primary contact authorizations

 

 

Name                                                                        Club                                                                           District                         Status

 

 

Name                                                                        Club                                                                           District                         Status

 

 

 

David Rogers Kintu

Kampala-Ssese Islands

9211

Authorized

District Rotary Foundation chair authorization

 

 

Name

Club

District

Status

Harish Bhatt

Bahari-Dar-es-Salaam

9211

Authorization

 

 

 

 

Alan Pitt

Morriston

1150

Authorized

 

 

 

 

DDF authorization

 

 

 

Name

Club

District

Status

Paul Bulpin

Cardiff Bay

1150

Authorized

 

 

 

 

Maggie Hughes

Cardiff Breakfast

1150

Authorized

 

 

 

 

Legal agreement

 

 

 

Name

Club

District

Status

 

 

 

 

Anthony Williams

Cardiff

1150

Accepted

 

 

 

 

Nelson Kabwama

Kampala-Ssese Islands

9211

Authorization

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bank Information