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1. Assistance Type

Grant

U.S. Department Of State

2. Award Number

S-LMAQM-15-GR-1267 3. Amendment Number

Federal Assistance Award Coversheet 5. Recipient Name, Address and Contact Information Latin American and Caribbean Network for Democracy, Inc PO BOX 5256 Wayland, MA 01778-6256 UNITED STATES Ph. 5733152228450 Contact: Gina Paola Romero Rodriguez

4. Amendment Type

6. Project Period From: 09/24/2015 7. Funding Period

Through: 09/30/2018

From: 09/24/2015 8. Program CFDA Number

Through: 09/30/2018

19.750

9. Recipient Federal Tax I.D./DUNS Number 10. Type of Recipient DUNS: 027868577 Foreign NGO/PVO 1263636655A1 EIN: 11. Award Title DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF MECHANISMS FOR CIVIL SOCIETY PARTICIPATION AT THE SUMMIT OF AMERICAS PROCESS 12. Purpose Summit of the Americas Civil Society Coordination Mechanism.

13. Issued By Office of Acquisition Management

14. Funds Certified By Ms. Jennifer Richter Financial Management Officer 09/23/2015 16. Agreement: The recipient agrees to execute the work in accordance with the Notice of Award, the approved application incorporated herein by reference or as attached, and the applicable rules checked below and any subsequent revisions.

1701 N. Ft. Meyer Drive Berkley Building Arlington, VA 22209 UNITED STATES

15. Statutory Authority - Authorization FAA (Foreign Assistance Act) 17. Statutory Authority - Appropriation

2 CFR 200 2 CFR 600

Economic Support Funds

18. Funding Distribution Total Prior Costs

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00

U.S. Share of Costs Recipient Share of Costs Total Costs 19. Recipient Name, Title and Signature

Total New Costs $990,099.00 $89,808.00 $1,079,907.00

Amended Total Costs $990,099.00 $89,808.00 $1,079,907.00

20. Grants Officer Name, Title and Signature

_________________________________________________ Name

Mrs. Chagnon, Ruta _________________________________________________________________ Name

_________________________________________________ Signature

Electronically Signed _________________________________________________________________ Signature

________________________________ Title

Grants Officer ____________________________________________________ Title

_______________ Date

21. Accounting and Appropriation Data 1972451037001J,2014,2015,1011,4121,6130,,,110130,,2015FDSTRHA781J,10115GB001

Amount $990,099.00

09/23/2015 ___________ Date

22. Send Requests for Reimbursement to: See Award Specifics

23. By signing this agreement, the recipient assures that it will comply with the terms and conditions of this award. Recipient is required to sign and return this document within 10 business days of the signature of the Grants Officer to the Grants Office listed in Section 13. Terms and Conditions attached:

DS-1909

Yes

No


AWARD ATTACHMENTS Latin American and Caribbean Network for Democracy, Inc 1. Roles and Responsibilities 2. Award Specifics 3. Scope of Work 4. Authorized Budget

S-LMAQM-15-GR-1267


Department of State Roles and Responsibilities Points of Contact (POC)

The Bureau of Administration, Office of Logistics Management, Office of Acquisitions Management (A/LM/AQM) 1. Grants Officer (GO) The Grants Officer is the only person authorized to approve a payment, award, amend, and terminate a federal assistance award. The recipient must contact the GO to request changes to the federal assistance award, terms and conditions including an extension, budget changes, etc. The GO’s name, email and telephone number are: Ruta Chagnon A/LM/AQM/IP 571-345-0584 E-mail: ChagnonRX@state.gov

The Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs (WHA) 2. Grants Officer Representative (GOR) The Grants Officer Representative (can also be the Project Officer) is the person with the technical expertise related to program implementation and who is designated, in writing (see attached GOR letter), by the GO to administer certain aspects of a specific federal assistance award. The GOR is not authorized to approve or deny any request to amend the award. The GOR’s name, email, and telephone number are: Jennifer K. Ceriale WHA/PPC Phone number: (202) 647 6898 Email: CerialeJK@state.gov 3. Program Officer (PO) The Program Officer (can also be the GOR) is responsible for the programmatic and/or technical aspects of the pre-award cycle. The PO’s name, email and telephone number are: Emily Crawford WHA/PPC Phone number: (202-647-9911 Email: CrawfordEC@state.gov

The above roles are subject to change at any time without necessitating an amendment to the award by US Department of State. Recipients will be notified of any changes via the Grant Solutions System or by email if award is not in Grant Solutions.


Latin American and Caribbean Network for Democracy S-LMAQM-15-GR-1267

Award Specifics of State U.S. Department U.S. Department of State Award Provisions Mandatory Award Provisions: 1. Purpose/Scope of Award: a. Latin American and Caribbean Network for Democracy (referred to as the "Recipient") is hereby awarded a Grant to support the development of a ‘Summit of the Americas’ civil society coordination mechanism to ensure that the civil society organization (CSO) community in the region has a meaningful and institutionalized role in the Summit process by facilitating systematic consultations with a representative group of civil society and providing technical assistance to CSOs needing to build capacity and better engage with and monitor the Summit process. b. The Recipient shall carry out the Agreement in accordance with its proposal dated August 31, 2015, and any revisions to which both parties agree to in writing. The above-mentioned proposal is hereby incorporated by reference and made integral part of the Agreement. 2. Objectives, timeline, and results of this project: See attached Scope of Work. 3. Grants Officer’s Contact Information: See attached Roles and Responsibilities. 4. Grants Officer Representative (GOR): See attached Roles and Responsibilities. 5. Post-Award Compliance: Department of State Standard Terms and Conditions for Federal Assistance Awards are incorporated by reference and made part of this Notice of Award. Electronic copies containing the complete text are available at: https://www.statebuy.state.gov/fa/Pages/TermsandConditions.aspx. The Recipient and any sub-recipient, in addition to the assurances and


Latin American and Caribbean Network for Democracy S-LMAQM-15-GR-1267

certifications made part of the Notice of Award, must comply with all applicable terms and conditions during the project period. 6. Authorized Budget Summary (USD): All expenditures paid with funds provided by this Agreement must be incurred for authorized activities, which take place during this period, unless otherwise stipulated. Budget Categories 1. Personnel 2. Fringe Benefits 3. Travel 4. Equipment 5. Supplies 6. Contractual 7. Construction 8. Other Direct Costs 9. Total Direct Costs (lines 1-8) 10. Indirect Costs 11. Total Costs (lines 9-10) 12. Cost-Sharing

Amount 232,281 44,843 172,710 3,142 406,101 41,013 900,090 90,000 990,099 89,808

* See attached approved detailed budget and budget narrative. 7. Payment Method: Payments under this award will be made through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Payment Management System (PMS). The Payment Management System instructions are available under the PMS website and can be accessed at the following address: http://www.dpm.psc.gov/. Recipients should request funds based on immediate disbursement requirements and disburse funds as soon as possible to minimize the Federal cash on hand in accordance with the policies established by the U.S. Treasury Department and mandated by the OMB Circulars.


Latin American and Caribbean Network for Democracy S-LMAQM-15-GR-1267

8. Reporting and Monitoring: Submitting Reports All reports (financial and progress) must be uploaded to the grant file in GrantSolutions, see instructions below. Please include the Agreement number (S-LMAQM-15-GR-1267) in all correspondence. Failure to comply with the reporting requirements may jeopardize the Recipient's ability to access funds and eligibility for future awards. Recipients that receive multiple awards must submit a separate set of reports for each award. The Program Office reserves the right to request any additional programmatic and/or financial program information during the award’s period of performance. Progress Reports Progress reports are due quarterly. The due date is always 30 days following the end of the month/or calendar year quarter:  January – March reports due on April 30  April- June reports due on July 30  July-September reports due on October 30  October – December reports due January 30 Please note that if an award’s period of performance begins with 30 calendar days remaining in the quarter, progress report must be submitted for that quarter. Recipients must upload to Grantsolutions:  Page 1 (signed and completed) of the SF-PPR (Performance and Progress Report)  Narrative attachment to the SF-PPR as described below  SF-PPR-B: Program Indicators (or other mutually agreed upon format approved by the grants officer) for the F Framework indicators Narrative progress reports should reflect the Recipient’s focus on measuring the project’s impact on the overarching objectives and should be compiled according to the objectives, outcomes, and outputs as outlined in the grant’s Scope of Work


Latin American and Caribbean Network for Democracy S-LMAQM-15-GR-1267

(SOW) and in the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Statement. An assessment of the overall project’s impact should be included in each progress report. Where relevant, progress reports should include the following sections:  Relevant contextual information (limited);  Explanation and evaluation of significant activities of the reporting period and how the activities reflect progress toward achieving objectives, including meeting benchmarks/targets as set in the M&E plan. In addition, attach the M&E plan, comparing the target and actual numbers for the indicators;  Any tangible impact or success stories from the program, when possible;  Copy of mid-term and/or final evaluation report(s) conducted by an external evaluator; if applicable.  Relevant supporting documentation or products related to the project activities (such as articles, meeting lists and agendas, participant surveys, photos, manuals, etc.) as separate attachments.  Description of how the Recipient is pursuing sustainability, including looking for sources of follow-on funding.  Any problems/challenges in implementing the program and a corrective action plan with an updated timeline of activities.  Reasons why established goals were not met.  Data for the required F Framework indicator(s) for the quarter as well as aggregate data by fiscal year using the SF-PPR-B: Program Indicators or other mutually agreed upon format approved by the Grants Officer.  Proposed activities for the next quarter.  Additional pertinent information, including analysis and explanation of cost overruns or high unit costs, if applicable. Recipients should also submit progress reports for any activities in the final month of the award’s period of performance in addition to the final report requirements detailed below. Financial Reports The Federal Financial Report (FFR/ SF-425) is the required form for the financial reports. The two-part report is due quarterly and must be submitted electronically through the Department of Health and Human Services’ Payment Management System (PMS) at http://www.dpm.psc.gov/


Latin American and Caribbean Network for Democracy S-LMAQM-15-GR-1267

The due date is always 30 days following the end of the calendar year quarter (see Progress Reports) Financial reports are due for each quarter the grant is active, even if only one day remains in the quarter. For the final quarter of a grant, a FCTR is due, but no FSR is due in PMS; this period can be covered in the final Financial Status Report. Final Reports a)

Progress

The final narrative report must be submitted within 90 days of the end date of this agreement. The report must include Page 1 of the SF-PPR form, marked Final and a narrative progress report which includes an in-depth impact assessment and/or project evaluation. The project’s summary should include quantitative and qualitative data relating to the objectives and overall outputs and outcomes, e.g., impact. b)

Financial

The final Financial SF-425 (FFR) shall be submitted within 90 days after the expiration date of this Agreement. This report must disclose cost share and indirect rates, if applicable. If the final Negotiated Indirect Cost Rates (NICRAs) are not yet available, an interim final report must be filed within 90 days of the expiration date, clearly indicating in box 11 and box 12 that the rates are still provisional. Bureau reserves the right to request any additional programmatic and/or financial program information during the award period. F Framework Indicators: N/A


Latin American and Caribbean Network for Democracy S-LMAQM-15-GR-1267 Technical Instructions Financial Reporting in PMS: In PMS, the FFR consists of two forms:  First, the Financial Cash Transaction Report (FCTR) must be filed to report expenditures on all grants within a Recipient’s PMS account  24 hours later, the Recipient must file a separate Financial Status Report (FSR) for each individual award in PMS. The FSR should be filled out completely, including boxes 10a10h, and as appropriate: 10i-10k, 11, and 12. Recipients must also download a copy of the SF-425 they submitted in PMS and upload the report to Grantsolutions.gov. For assistance with substantive financial reporting questions please contact the Grants Officer directly. For technical assistance, the ONE-DHHS Help Desk for PMS Support is available Monday Friday from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. EST (except Federal Holidays). Phone: (877) 614-5533 Email: State_Dept@psc.hhs.gov The PMS Help Desk is available to respond to questions regarding navigation through the system menus and processes, and to reset PMS user passwords. You may also submit a ticket online and access more services using the Self-Help Web Portal located at http://www.psc.gov/onedhh Instructions for uploading to GrantSolutions.gov Select the grant and then click on “Grants Notes” and select “Add” to create a new note. Now, enter “Subject”, “Note Type”, “Category Type” and “Notes” a. Enter Description of the Document (i.e. PPR, FFR and Date) b. Select “Browse” to locate file on your computer; once located select “Upload” Wait until the “Grey Status Bar” reads “Successful” c. Then select “Submit”.

9. Acknowledgement of DOS or USG involvement: All Department assistance awards must acknowledge the involvement of the USG. However, for awards authorized by the Foreign Assistance Act (FAA) of 1961 or funded by an annual Foreign Operations Appropriations Act (FOAA), acknowledgement of the USG is only required “to the extent practicable.” 10. Pre-Award Costs: N/A 11. Substantial Involvement:

N/A


Latin American and Caribbean Network for Democracy S-LMAQM-15-GR-1267

12. Program Income: N/A 13. Cost-Sharing: $ 89,808 It is understood and agreed that the Recipient must provide the minimum amount of cost sharing as stipulated in the Recipient's budget approved by the Grants Officer. Cost sharing may be in the form of allowable direct or indirect costs. The Recipient must maintain written records to support all allowable costs which are claimed as being its contribution to cost participation, as well as costs to be paid by the Federal Government. Such records are subject to audit. The basis for determining the value of cash and in-kind contributions must be in accordance with 2 CFR 200.306 Cost Sharing or Matching). In the event the Recipient does not provide the minimum amount of cost sharing as stipulated in the Recipient's approved budget, the DOS's contribution will be reduced in proportion to the Recipient's contribution. 14. Sub-recipients: 1) Cecade; 2) Semillas Para la Democracia; 3) GOAL / NCB and Participacion Cindadana 4) D&D Sub recipient budgets not approved in this agreement, if applicable, must be submitted to Grants Officer and GOR for review prior to execution to determine cost allowability and the sub recipient budgets must be uploaded to the grant notes section of the award after execution. The Recipient agrees to assure that all funds provided are expended for the purpose and in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Notice of Award 15. Waiver of the Publications for Professional Audiences/ Branding and Marking: Provision XIV of the Standard Terms and Conditions for the U.S. Department of State assistance awards requires that all publications must acknowledge the support of the U.S. Department of State. 16. Additional Bureau/Post Specific Requirements: N/A 17. Specific Conditions : N/A


Latin American and Caribbean Network for Democracy S-LMAQM-15-GR-1267

18. Special Provision for Performance in a Designated Combat Area (SPOT): N/A 19. State Department Leahy Amendment Vetting Requirements : N/A 20. Statutory Deviations: N/A


Scope of Work – Latin American and Caribbean Network for Democracy Civil Society Participation in the Summit of the Americas Process: This is a 36-month project to design and establish an effective and sustainable mechanism for civil society participation in the Summit of the Americas process. The Latin American and Caribbean Network for Democracy (REDLAD) will facilitate the participation, coordination, and engagement of strategic and prominent hemispheric civil society networks, NGOs, specialists, governments, the Organization of American States (OAS), and the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs of the U.S. Department of State, to work together in a process of institutionalizing a significant civil society role in the Summits of the Americas. OBJECTIVES (see full negotiated proposal for details): Objective 1: Develop and implement a Civil Society Council to create a mechanism to coordinate civil society across the Region on Summit priorities and Summit participation. REDLAD and the members of the Consortium will innovate to build an plural compelling, democratic, effective, and sustainable CSO Council mechanism for coordinated, transparent, and inclusive participation of the diverse expression of hemispheric civil society in the Summits processes, as well as provide an effective Secretariat mechanism. A CSO Council will be elected and a Regional meeting with the Council’s elected representatives will be held to publicly present its governance structure, roles, mandates, and plans. Other activities under this component include:  Focus groups, online survey, thematic workshops, sub regional working meetings, regional meetings. Comparative studies on similar mechanisms to improve the development of the Council.  Stakeholder mapping and engagement strategies to assure extensive CSO participation  Strategic communication plans and online platforms to expand information exchange, consultation, and decision-making  Design and discussion on a draft with the main issues related to the mechanism  Technical, economic, strategic, and administrative support to the Council and it Secretariat. That includes assistance and plans to ensure the sustainability of the Council.  Develop a consultation/advisory mechanism for the engagement between CSOs and the OAS Activities supporting Objective 1: REDLAD members by sub-regions will collaborate actively with the information exchange and decision-making processes. Five sub-regional meetings will be implemented to gather more than 300 CSOs for exchanging recommendations and validating the council mechanism and potential representatives by sub-region (Southern Cone, Andean Region, Central America, North America, and the Caribbean). Organizations from population in vulnerable conditions such as Afro-descendants, indigenous, LGBTI, Transgender people, migrants, HIV, people with disabilities, and other representatives of vulnerable communities will be particularly call to participate in the initiative. We will also pay special attention to small groups in remote regions, social movements, and disfranchised leaders.


This component comprises different participatory experiences to guarantee the design, implementation, and replication of a plural, compelling, and democratic CSO Council mechanism. A regional meeting with the elected representatives for the CSO Council will carry out to publicly present its governance structure, roles, mandates, and plans. Objective 2: Increase collaboration between civil society, the OAS, and other relevant organizations to present civil society’s recommendations for the 2018 Summit. Support the CSO Council to design/implement a consultation/advisory mechanism to create opportunities to advocate and coordinate with the Summit Implementation Review Group (SIRG), the SIRG’s Steering Committee and Executive Council, the ministerial meetings, and the OAS Permanent Council’s Committee on Inter-American Summits Management, Joint Summit Working Group (JSWG) and Civil Society Participation in OAS Activities (CISC). This component also comprises:    

Build a CSO support network in Perú to work and guarantee the CSO Agenda for the Summit 2018. The Council will arrange several meetings with the host country civil society organizations and government for upcoming Summits of the Americas in Perú and the participation of diverse social actors in the Summit Process. Develop a Joint Hemispheric Report (based on evaluation) from outcomes of the Summits in the ministerial on June 2017, using mostly online consultation mechanisms. Develop a Civil Society Agenda for the 2018 Summit, using mostly online consultation mechanisms, to be presented to SIRG. Develop a consolidated Hemispheric Civil Society Review/Recommendations to the SIRG.

Activities supporting Objective 2: To coordinate the preparations for and the follow-up to the Summit process, the CSO Council will propose agreements with SIRG and other mechanisms previously mentioned, and ongoing consultations process with CSOs, and governments to submit the recommendation provided by CSOs in 5 sub-regional consultation meetings and online consultations through the Council’s online platform. The Council will meet 6 times previously to each ministerial meeting to synthesize, organize and prioritize the CSO priorities and recommendations. Objective 3: Improve CSOs’ capacities to monitor the implementation and impact Summit commitments and to participate effectively in 2018 Summit processes. In collaboration with specialists in monitoring methodologies, the Consortium (REDLAD/partners) and the Council will develop a mechanism for monitoring and evaluating the implementation of Summit commitments, grouped according issues directly related with democracy and with vulnerable populations such as LGTBI, Indigenous, Afrodescendants and youth. This methodology will take into account previous successful


experiences of CSO participatory processes in multilateral institutions as well as of CSO follow up to commitments. Other activities include:  Coordinate the adoption of the Monitoring and Reporting Mechanism  Produce national and regional thematic/population reports on outcomes of the Summits of the Americas  Present monitoring and evaluating indicators for the implementation of the Summit recommendations Activities supporting Objective 3: The Council, with the Consortium support, will conduct a needs assessment for technical assistance and capacity building on monitoring mandates among CSOs. To train on the implementation of the monitoring mechanism, trainers of trainers will provide workshops in each country or in each sub-region. At least one organization in each country will coordinate with local organizations and groups as well as it will be able to apply the monitoring and evaluating mechanism and report to the Council. The final approved negotiated proposal narrative dated August 31, 2015 is incorporated by reference, and will be used to monitor the grantee’s performance and progress. The final proposal narrative, including detailed activities, timeline, monitoring plan, logic model, budget and budget narrative are included in a grant note in GrantSolutions dated September x, 2015.


Redlad Summit CSO Council

Summary Budget Personnel Fringe Benefits Travel Equipment Supplies Contractual (Consultants) Other (ODCs) Total Direct Charges Indirect Charges TOTALS

Year I $83,500 $16,120 $69,300 $0 $2,840 $201,500 $13,116 $386,376 $38,638 $425,014

Year 2 $86,005 $16,604 $48,500 $0 $840 $93,500 $15,891 $261,340 $26,134 $287,474

Year 3 $88,585 $17,102 $74,100 $0 $840 $137,500 $15,891 $334,018 $33,402 $367,420

Total $258,090 $49,825 $191,900 $0 $4,520 $432,500 $44,898 $981,733 $98,173 $1,079,907

Total Request from WHA:

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$12,000 $12,000 $12,000 $12,000

$40,000 $27,500 $2,000 $9,000 $5,000

Contracts Online platfoms, technical support and advisory Civic Organizing Specialists/Network Country activities (Info/dialogue/consultation) Strategy Consultants ($200/day x 45 days) Webmaster unit unit unit unit unit

grant grant grant grant

1 1 36 1 1

1 1 1 1

2 12

3 3 3 3

10 10 10

30 30 30 30

0.50 0.50 0.50 0.40

#

Year 1

$1,000 unit $70 month

Total Travel d) Equipment Total Equipment e) Supplies Computers Office Supplies Total Supplies f) Contractual (Includes Sub-grants) Subgrants Cecade Semillas Para la Democracia GOAL/NCSB and Participaciรณn ciudadana D&D

$800 $400 $350 $50

Component 3 Airfare Lodging ($100 x 4 nights) M&IE ($70 x 5 days) Ground transport R/T trip trip trip

$800 R/T $800 trip $50 trip

Saff/Experts Travel: Airfare US-LAC Lodging and M&IE Stipend ($200 x 4 days) Ground transport

R/T trip trip trip

year year year year

Units

$800 $400 $350 $50

52.00%

$60,000 $30,000 $45,000 $40,000

Rate

Component 1 & 2: Civil Society Council Airfare LAC-LAC Lodging ($100 x 4 nights) M&IE ($70 x 5 days) Ground transport

Total Personnel b) Fringe Benefits Staff fringe benefits (52% of selected salaries) Total Benefits c) Travel International Travel

DIRECT COSTS a) Personnel Redlad Staff Project Director Program Officer Senior Design, Monitoring, and Evaluation Specialist Grants Administrator

Summit Council

R/T trip trip trip

year year year year

Units

$40,000 $27,500 $72,000 $9,000 $5,000

$12,000 $12,000 $12,000 $12,000

$2,000 $840 $2,840

$12,000 $27,500 $0 $9,000 $5,000

$10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000

1 1 1 1

unit unit unit unit

1 1 1 1

$9,000 $5,000

$12,000 $27,500

$10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000

$0 $840 $840

$0

$8,000 $4,000 $3,500 $500

$8,000 $8,000 $500

$8,000 $4,000 $3,500 $500

$16,604 $16,604

$86,005

$30,900 $15,450 $23,175 $16,480

Amount

$0

12

10 10 10 10

10 10 10

10 10 10 10

0.50 0.50 0.50 0.40

#

$48,500

$70

$800 R/T $400 trip $350 30 $50 trip

$800 R/T $800 trip $50 trip

$800 $400 $350 $50

$61,800 $30,900 $46,350 $41,200

Rate

$69,300

$2,400 $1,200 $1,050 $150

$8,000 $8,000 $500

$24,000 $12,000 $10,500 $1,500

$16,120 $16,120

$83,500

$30,000 $15,000 $22,500 $16,000

Amount

Year 2

$12,000 $27,500 $1,000 $9,000 $5,000

$12,000 $12,000 $12,000 $12,000

$70

$800 $400 $350 $50

$800 $800 $50

$800 $400 $350 $50

63,654 31,827 47,741 42,436

Rate

unit unit unit unit unit

R/T trip trip trip

R/T trip trip

R/T trip trip trip

year year year year

Units

#

Year 3

1 1 36 1 1

1 1 1 1

12

6 6 6 6

10 10 10

30 30 30 30

0.50 0.50 0.50 0.40

$12,000 $27,500 $36,000 $9,000 $5,000

$12,000 $12,000 $12,000 $12,000

$0 $840 $840

$0

$74,100

$4,800 $2,400 $2,100 $300

$8,000 $8,000 $500

$24,000 $12,000 $10,500 $1,500

$17,102 $17,102

$88,585

$31,827 $15,914 $23,870 $16,974

Amount

$64,000 $82,500 $89,101 $27,000 $7,500

$34,000 $34,000 $34,000 $34,000

$1,000 $2,142 $3,142

$0

$172,710

$13,680 $6,840 $5,985 $855

$21,600 $21,600 $1,350

$50,400 $25,200 $22,050 $3,150

$44,843 $44,843

$232,281

$83,454 $41,727 $62,591 $44,509

WHA Request

$7,500

$18,899

$1,000 $378 $1,378

$0

$19,190

$1,520 $760 $665 $95

$2,400 $2,400 $150

$5,600 $2,800 $2,450 $350

$4,983 $4,983

$25,809

$9,273 $4,636 $6,955 $4,945

Cost Share

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$64,000 $82,500 $108,000 $27,000 $15,000

$34,000 $34,000 $34,000 $34,000

$2,000 $2,520 $4,520

$0

$191,900

$15,200 $7,600 $6,650 $950

$24,000 $24,000 $1,500

$56,000 $28,000 $24,500 $3,500

$49,825 $49,825

$258,090

$92,727 $46,364 $69,545 $49,454

Total


Total WHA Request

TOTAL PROJECT COSTS

h) Indirect Costs @ 10%

Training/Meetings Room rental A/V equipment rental Materials and Printing Meals/refreshments (20 participants x $10) Total Other Direct Costs TOTAL DIRECT COSTS

Total Contractual g) Other Direct Costs Office Costs Bank/Wire fees Communications

Summit Council Units

0.1

$200 $55 $100 $200

day day day day

$110 month $58 month

Rate

20 20 20 20

12 12

#

Year 1

$425,014

$38,638

$386,376

$4,000 $1,100 $2,000 $4,000 $13,116

$1,320 $696

Amount $201,500

$200 $55 $100 $200

$110 $58

Rate

day day day day

Units

25 25 25 25

12 12

#

Year 2

$287,474

$26,134

$261,340

$5,000 $1,375 $2,500 $5,000 $15,891

$1,320 $696

Amount $93,500

$200 $55 $100 $200

$110 $58

Rate

day day day day

Units

25 25 25 25

12 12

$367,420

$33,402

$334,018

$5,000 $1,375 $2,500 $5,000 $15,891

$1,320.00 $696

Amount $137,500 $36,000 $101,500

#

Year 3

$990,099

$90,009

$900,090

$12,600 $3,465 $6,300 $12,600 $41,013

$3,960 $2,088

$406,101

WHA Request

$89,808

$8,164

$81,644

$1,400 $385 $700 $1,400 $3,885

$26,399

Cost Share

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$1,079,907

$98,173

$981,733

$14,000 $3,850 $7,000 $14,000 $44,898

$3,960 $2,088

$432,500

Total


Units

120

80 day

DC Base Liason, afro-specialist Experts in consultation processes and participation methodologies Vunerable groups specialists (youth, LGBTI, indigenous, gender)

Civic Organizing Specialists/Network 140 85 50

100 day 100 day 100 day

TOTAL DIRECT CONTRACT PLATFORM

60 115

150 day 160 day

Surveys, consultation and other designs Technical developments Honoraria Management Platform and thecnical support

30

100 day

#

Honoraria strategic communication plan

Online platfoms, technical support and advisory

Rate

Year 1

$5,000.00 $27,500.00

$8,500.00

$14,000.00

$40,000.00

$9,600.00

$9,000.00 $18,400.00

$3,000.00

Amount

Units

100 day

100 day

100 day

80 day

160 day

Rate

Year 2 #

80

55

140

120

15

$8,000.00 $27,500.00

$5,500.00

$14,000.00

$12,000.00

$9,600.00

$2,400.00

Amount

Units

100 day

100 day

100 day

80 day

160 day

Rate

Year 3 #

70

65

140

120

15

$7,000.00 $27,500.00

$6,500.00

$14,000.00

$12,000.00

$9,600.00

$2,400.00

Amount

$20,000.00 $82,500.00

$20,500.00

$42,000.00

$28,800.00 $64,000.00

$9,000.00 $23,200.00

$3,000.00

WHA Request

Cost Share

$20,000.00 $82,500.00

$20,500.00

$42,000.00

$64,000.00

$28,800.00

$9,000.00 $23,200.00

$3,000.00

Total


Rate

TOTAL D&D

Meeting Space and organization of meertings (in site and on line) Transportation/Staff for Subregional Meetings Design webpage

Managing Sub regional meetings and contacts

D&D

TOTAL Semillas

Meeting Space and organization of meertings (in site and on line) Transportation/Staff for Subregional Meetings Design webpage

Managing Sub regional meetings and contacts

Year 1

Units

1

660 unit

14

10 1

310 Meetings

200 month 660 unit

10

10 1

200 month 660 unit

500 month

14

310 Meetings

500 month

10

10

200 month

10

14

#

310 Meetings

500 month

Semillas para la Democracia

TOTAL Cecade

Meeting Space and organization of meetings (in site and on line) Transportation/Staff for Subregional Meetings Communication activities

Managing Sub regional meetings and contacts

Subgrants Cecade

Summit Council

$12,000.00

$2,000.00 660

$4,340.00

$5,000.00

$12,000.00

$2,000.00 660

$4,340.00

$5,000.00

$12,000.00

660

$2,000.00

$4,340.00

$5,000.00

Amount

Rate

200 month 210 unit

310 day

500 month

200 month 210 unit

310 day

500 month

210 unit

200 month

310 day

500 month

Units

#

Year 2

10 1

9

10

10 1

9

10

1

10

9

10

$10,000.00

$2,000.00 $210.00

$2,790.00

$5,000.00

$10,000.00

$2,000.00 $210.00

$2,790.00

$5,000.00

$10,000.00

$210.00

$2,000.00

$2,790.00

$5,000.00

Amount

Rate

200 month 400 unit

310 day

500 month

200 month 400 unit

310 day

500 month

400 unit

200 month

310 day

500 month

Units

Year 3 #

10 1

10

13

10 1

10

13

1

10

10

13

$1,270.00

$6,000.00

$10,230.00

$16,500.00

$12,000.00

$2,000.00 $400.00

$3,100.00

$6,500.00

$12,000.00

$2,000.00 $400.00

$3,100.00

$6,500.00

34000

$6,000.00 $1,270.00

$10,230.00

$34,000.00

$7,480.00 $220.00

$9,300.00

$17,000.00

$34,000.00

$16,500.00

$34,000.00

$7,480.00 $220.00

$9,300.00

$17,000.00

$34,000.00

$220.00

$7,480.00

$9,300.00

$17,000.00

Total

34000

Cost Share

$34,000.00

$6,000.00 $1,270.00

$10,230.00

$16,500.00

$12,000.00 $34,000.00

$400.00

$2,000.00

$3,100.00

$6,500.00

Amount

WHA Request


14

10 1

200 month 660 unit

TOTAL SUBGRANTS

10

310 Meetings

500 month

TOTAL NCSB and Participaciรณn Ciudadana

Meeting Space and organization of meetings (in site and on line) Transportation/Staff for Subregional Meetings Design webpage

Managing Sub regional meetings and contacts

NCSB and Participaciรณn Ciudadana

$12,000.00

$2,000.00 660

$4,340.00

$5,000.00

200 month 210 unit

310 day

500 month

10 1

9

10

$10,000.00

$2,000.00 $210.00

$2,790.00

$5,000.00

200 month 400 unit

310 day

500 month

10 1

10

13

$2,000.00 $400.00

$3,100.00

$6,500.00

$136,000.00

$34,000.00 $136,000.00

$34,000.00 $34,000.00

$7,480.00 $220.00

$9,300.00

$17,000.00

$34,000.00

$34,000.00

$6,000.00 $1,270.00

$10,230.00

$16,500.00

$34,000.00

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