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ROTARY CLUB OF CAPITAL CITY RI DISTRICT 3220 – SRI LANKA

Project Proposal Vocational Training Centre - Oddusuddan


ROTARY CLUB OF CAPITAL CITY RI DISTRICT 3220 – SRI LANKA

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Rotary Club of Capital City (hereinafter referred to as RCCC), has carried out many projects in Oddusuddan, with the assistance of the 64 Division, Sri Lanka Army in order to assist and compliment the Resettlement Work carried out by the Government. The proposed project by RCCC is to build a Vocational Training Centre in Oddusuddan, Mullaitivu District in collaboration with Ministry of Vocational and Technical Training, Vocational Training Authority of Sri Lanka. The project will be planned and carried out under the guidance and instructions of the Sri Lanka Vocational Training Institute (hereinafter referred to as the said Authority). The centre would futher assist in the resettlement work and will greatly help the people and assist them to be properly trained in the vocations they choose, and thereby giving them more chances of finding work and also be able to assist one another. . BACKGROUND - RCCC The RCCC has been involved in many projects since its charter in 2001. Most notably, it has been significantly involved in IDP relief in Menik farm and resettlement work in Oddussuddan. Details of these projects are provided in Appendix 1. PROJECT PLAN 1. Location and Beneficiaries As stated in the executive summary, the proposed location is Odussduan. The area has nearly 10,000 people resettled after the war and is also centrally located (on the A34 connecting Mankulum and Mullaitivu). Details of the location are given below.

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2. Authority The planning, constructing and implementation of this project will be done to suit the criteria and requirements of the said Authority. Details such as room size, structure, materials etc have already been obtained from the said authority and the club will be guided by the said Authority, when implementing this project, as they will be managing and holding the courses. 3. Course content The only industry in the area is a brick building factory and majority of the resettled people are involved in agriculture. The most relevant courses for the area, given the fact that the area does not have access to electricity, would be as follows: 1. Three wheeler repair Course. 2. Motor bicycle repair Course. 3. Sewing Course Rotary Club of Capital City (RCCC) has also sought the feedback of the 64 Division, Sri Lanka Army in Oddusuddan and they are also of the opinion that the above courses are most suitable for the resettled IDPs.

4. Land and Construction The Army has identified a suitable site for the present project (details in Appendix 2). The location has a few damaged buildings and is crown land and therefore land allocation can be easily arranged. The club intends to renovate the two existing buildings on the site and construct and a office and quarters for the visiting Lecturer. The need of the hour is to commence this project as soon as possible, with the option of expanding the project in the future. Hence, once the initial courses commence, the club hopes to further expand the range of courses available. After the construction of the necessary buildings and providing the course material, equipment etc the Authority will take the project over and will commence the courses. Thereafter the said Authority will continue the project by providing the necessary qualified lecturers, changing courses as may be necessary and sustaining the project. They will also make the payments to the lecturers and maintain the site. Please refer Appendix 3 for a sketch of the existing building and structures that could be used.

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5. Budget Details Vocational training equipment list and course material

Value

Vocational training list of furniture Repair / Renovation of existing buildings

320,500

Miscellaneous at 10%

752,450

Total Budget

8,276,950

2,100,000

5,104,000

Details of the equipment list and furniture list are provided in Appendix 4a and 4b. As the Sri Lanka Army 64 division will provide assistance with the clearing and landscaping of the land and also assist in many other ways of providing the logistics and accommodation during the construction period, we have not included such items in the budget. However, there is provision for an escalation of the budget.

FUNDING RCCC has currently raised Rs. 500,000/- for this project and seeks funding for the main construction and provision of equipment. It is our objective, to commence this project as soon as possible in order to help the people of Oddussuddan to find a suitable vocation and carry on their lives. We seek corporate sponsors for this project. As there are two main buildings that will be used to conduct courses, we can have one main sponsor or two sponsors. We will be able to name the building under the name of the corporate sponsor and we hope that we will be successful in convincing them of the importance and assistance this project will offer the people in Wanni. This is indeed a very good CSR project for a corporate and the role RCCC will play is only as the coordinator and facilitator.

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Appendix 1 PROJECTS - ROTARY CLUB OF CAPITAL CITY (RCCC) 2001/02 Hambantota Drought Relief campaign (distribution of milk to 110 families, dry rations for 210 families, 2 medical camps were conducted in collaboration with World Vision) 2002/03

Ampara School Adoption Project. Conducted a Rotary Youth Leadership Program

2003/04

Set up of Computer Training Centres in Welikanna and Anuradapura, Joint project with Lions Club to upgrade the Negombo Base hospital, Medical camp in Tissamaharama (served over 1000 individuals)

2004/05

Community project with Sleeping Children Around the World, Canada (Rs. 1Mn) for 500 children, Upgrading the Computer Training Centre in Welikanna Drop in Centre for Children provided to the NCPA, Tsunami Relief Projects School supplies for 3 schools in partnership with Brunswick Sri Lanka Inc., Australia (Rs. 1.3Mn) Tsunami relief adopted area - Arugam Bay & Komari on the East Coast, immediate relief, provisions for food and medical supplies, water pumps to clean well water, to clear roads, set up mobile medical camps and new road networks.

2005/06

Construction of pre schools in Hambantota (Rs. 3Mn). Donated by Firminich Co. Singapore. Reconstruction of school Thambaddai GTMS school in Akaraipattu (Rs. 35Mn) - funding raised by the British and Irish Rotary Districts. Funding for furnishing and lab equipment (Rs. 3Mn) – Rotary International Matching Grant

2006/07

Community/ Vocational Training centre, Welikanna Jaipur Foot programme – implants for 11 children Medical Camp – Tissamaharama

2008/09

IDP Projects Collection and distribution of goods (Rs. 1.3Mn) 3 day Medical Camp in Menik Farm – Dr. Ajith Amerasignhe and Dr. Ajth Malalasekera, Dr. Nilupul Perera, Dr. R.A.D.S. Suranga Ranasinghe, Dr. M.H.M.W.A.K Weerasinghe PA system, kitchen equipment and dry rations – Rs, 1Mn 5


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Jaipur Foot – Prosthetic Limbs – Mobile limb fitting workshop, Trincomalee 2009/10

Project work in Oddusuddan Joint project with FOMSO (Federations of Malaysian Sri Lankan Organisation) –Donation of 250 bicycles (valued at Rs. 2Mn), 230 tool kits, exercise books, pens, pencils, erasers for 2,300 school kids, sports goods for 12 school Donation from Sri Premananda Mission - 200 Sarees and other garments for 106 teachers, Clothes for approximately 300 school kids Library Books to 6 Schools – Donation from Asia Foundation Art Work shop for 200 school children – Sponsor Colour Products (Pvt) Limited. Arrangements are being carried out to cean all the wells in the area with the assistance of Jinasena (Pvt) Ltd., and the Army which will provide access to clean drinking water and revive the agriculture and livelihoods of the people in the area. The RCCC project report of work done in Oddusudan can be downloaded from the following link if required.

http://issuu.com/kottecapitalcity/docs/oddusuddan_-_july_2010_project_report/1?mode=a_p

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Appendix 2 – Site for construction

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Appendix 3 – Sketch of buildings and structures that could be used

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Appendix 4a – List of Equipment

Course: Motor Cycle and Three Wheeler Mechanic Number of Students: 15 Estimated Cost for Equipment = Rs. 2,100,000.00 No 1 2 3 4

Item Description Three Wheeler Three Wheeler Three Wheeler Engine Three Wheeler Engine Motor Cycle

Specification 4 Stroke. Sl engine, 170cc. CDI, Petrol 2 Stroke. Sl engine, 170cc. CDI, Petrol 4 Stroke. Sl engine, 170cc. CDI, Petrol 2 Stroke. Sl engine, 170cc. CDI, Petrol 4 stroke 100cc, CDI, Electrically Kick starter 4 speed gear box, 12V battery 2 stroke 100cc, CDI, Electrically Kick starter 5 speed gear box, 12V battery

QTY 1 1 2 2 1 1 2

5

Motor Cycle

6

Motor Cycle Engine with Rotable stand

2 stroke 100cc, CDI, Electrically Kick starter 4 speed gear box, 12V battery

3

7

Motor Cycle Engine with Rotable stand

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Bench Drill Combination spanner

4 stroke 125cc, CDI, Electrically Kick starter 4 speed gear box, 12V battery 3 - 15mm chuck, 750 W, 250 V 6-32mm, Chrome Vanadium steel, polished ends

3 1 2

10 11 12 13 14

Socket set Adjustable spanner Adjustable spanners Torque wrench Allen keys

5" & 10" Extension bars, Universal joint, T- Bar adapater, 10" push button, Quick release ratchet handle, 10, 11, 12, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 24, 27. 19mm Deep Socket (8 pieces), 16mm & 21mm 30 sockets (17 pieces), 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 32 mm 32mm 25mm 20-100Nm, 1/2" drvier with forward pressurable 1.5-10mm

1 1 1 1 2

15

Screw drivers - flat

2*75mm, 5*100mm, 6*100mm, 8*150mm, 3*200mm

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16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Screw drivers - Philips Pliers Pliers Pliers - circlip Pliers - circlip Hammers - Ball Pen Hammers - soft head Files flat with handles Files flat with handles

1*75mm, 2*100mm, 2*150mm, 3*150mm, 3*200mm Combination 175mm Insulation Point nose 150mm, Insulation Internally expanding 175mm, Insulation Externally xontacting 175mm, Insulation 1 lb 1 lb 250mm, rough 250mm,smooth

5 2 2 2 2 5 5 15 15

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Files trangular with handle Files trangular with handle Files half round with handle Files square round with handles Files round with handle Files round with handle Hacksaw frame adjustable Spring Drivers Calipers outside Odd leg calipers Try square Steel ruler Remarks expanding Twist Drill Bits set - metric Soldering Iron - electric Bench vice Feeler guage Valve grinding suction cup Valve seat grinding kit

44 45 46 47 48

Valve refaced head Hammers Socket spanners set Sprocket & Gear puller Work table

RI DISTRICT 3220 – SRI LANKA 150mm, rough 150mm, smooth 150mm, smooth

150mm, smooth 200mm, rough 200mm, smooth 300mm 100mm 100mm 100mm 150mm 300mm 6 - 25mm HSS. 1 - 13mm 60W 100mm, parallel jaw 0.05 - 1mm, 13 blades Assorted size for motor cycle engine upto 15mm, angle 15° - 90°, completed with grinding wheels, wire brush and dresser Plastic - 25mm 4 - 12mm 3 arm type 700×1400×800mm wooden top Cost per course = Rs. 2,100,000

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Appendix 4b – List of Furniture

Furniture for Training course Estimated total cost = Rs. 320,500

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Item Description

Specification 2 1/2' ×5'×2 1/2', wooden, two drawers with lock 20" ×18"'×34", wooden double armed chair with cushion seat and backrest

Qty

Unit Price Rs.

Total Price Rs.

1

14,000.00

14,000.00

1

8,500.00

8,500.00

15

5,000.00

75,000.00

1

30,000.00

30,000.00

1

Instructor Table

2 3

Instructor Chair Lecture Hall Chairs

4

OHP with stand

Wooden 17" ×17"×34", drawing attached 230v lamp 250w-300w lumens working surface

5

Screen

Size 6'×8' with stand

1

13,000.00

13,000.00

6

White Board

1

20,000.00

20,000.00

7

Flip Board Chart

Size 6'×4' with stand 26×40 Magi Board with tray for marker pen and flip chart holder spring type and legs adjustable type

1

13,000.00

13,000.00

8

Flip cabinet

Four drawers 2×16×4" - 6" (Steel)

1

16,000.00

16,000.00

9

File cupboard

6'×3' Steel

2

18,000.00

36,000.00

10

Glass cupboard

6'×3' Glass

3

15,000.00

45,000.00

11

Storage Cabinet

1800×900×450mm steel

2

25,000.00

50,000.00 320,500.00

Total Cost

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Project Proposal  

Project to build a Vocational Training Centre in Oddusuddan, Mullaitivu District

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