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2011 Page 1 of 57 Grant Application Form for Priority 3 “People to people cooperation” PART B. FULL APPLICATION FORM Only to be completed by the applicants who receive an invitation to submit a full application (at the time of the invitation) For economical and ecological reasons, we strongly recommend that you submit your files on paper-based materials (no plastic folder or divider). We also suggest you use double-sided print-outs as much as possible. 1. GENERAL INFORMATION Reference of th
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  2011 Grant Application Form for Priority 3 “People to people cooperation” PART B.FULL APPLICATION FORM Only to be completed by the applicants who receive an invitation to submit a full application (at the time of the invitation) For economical and ecological reasons, we strongly recommend that you submit your files on paper-based materials (no plastic folder or divider).We also suggest you use double-sided print-outs as much as possible. 1. GENERAL INFORMATION Reference of the Call for proposalsJoint Operational Programme Romania-Ukraine-the Republic of Moldova 2007-2013 Title of the Call for proposalsthe 2 nd  Call for proposalsName of the applicant COTE Foundation/Fundatia COTE N° of the proposal 1 2/3/55Title of the action 2 I care, I get involved! – Cross-border cooperation for the social inclusion of vulnerable youth Location of the action Romania, Iaşi, Iaşi Republic of Moldova, Chişinău N° and title of the Priority Priority 3 “People-to-people cooperation” N° and title of the Measure 3.2 Educational, social and cultural exchanges 2.THE ACTION 3 2.1BUDGET OF THE ACTION, AMOUNT REQUESTED FROM THE CONTRACTING AUTHORITY AND OTHER EXPECTED SOURCES OF FUNDING Fill in Annex B to the Guidelines for applicants to provide information on: The budget of the action (worksheet 1), for the total duration of the action and for its first 12 months, at project level and for each project partner, including the applicant AND, Justification on the budget (worksheet 2), for the total duration of the action AND,Amount requested from the Contracting Authority and other expected sources of funding for the action for the total duration (worksheet 3).For further information see the Guidelines for grant applicants (sections 1.4, 2.1.4 and 2.2.5).Please note that the cost of the action and the contribution requested from the Contracting Authority have to be expressed in EUR , using two decimals. . 1 The proposal number as allocated by the Contracting Authority and notified to the applicant at the time of the Concept Note opening and administrative check.2 As notified by the evaluation committee at the end of the 1st step.3 The evaluation committee will refer to information already provided in the Concept Note as regards objectives and relevance of the action. Page 1 of 57  2011 Grant Application Form for Priority 3 “People to people cooperation” Please mention here the contributions in kind to be provided (please specify), if any (maximum 1 page). However, please note that contributions in kind are not considered actual expenditure and are not eligible costs. Contributions in kind may not be treated as co-financing by the applicant.Contribution in kind to be provided by applicant and partner The contribution in kind provided by COTE Foundation will consists of ensuring the logistic and technical equipment:ãthe foundation’s office,ã2 cars,ã3 laptops and 2 computers, 2 multifunctional printers, 1 fax-telephone , 1 video projector The partner’s contribution in kind consists of ãthe foundation’s office.ã2 computers, 1 printer, 1 telephones, 1 faxThe budget includes the budget lines for the whole actions well as the division of funds between the partners. Please fill in Annex B (worksheets 1, 2 and 3) for the total duration of the action and for its first 12 months. 2.2DESCRIPTION OF THE ACTION2.2.1 Description of the action and its effectiveness (max 14 pages) Provide a description of the proposed action, including all the information requested below: Making reference to the overall objective(s) and specific objective(s), outputs and results described in the concept note, elaborate on specific expected results indicating how the action will improve the situation of the target groups and final beneficiaries as well as the technical and management capacities of target groups and/or any local partners. Indicate in particular foreseen publications.Making reference to the overall objective(s) and specific objective(s), outputs and results described in the concept note, identify and describe in detail each work package to be undertaken to produce results, justifying the choice of the activities and specifying the role of each partner (and associates, or contractors) in the activities. In this respect, the detailed description of activities must not repeat the action plan (to be provided in section 2.2.3 below) but demonstrate coherence and consistency in the project design.In order to facilitate the management, Applicants are asked to divide the joint Action into maximum 5 thematically diversified components, Groups of Activities. A Group of Activities (GAs) is interlinked thematically in the project. Groups of activities should be broken down into activities, in order to make them sufficiently simple to be organized and easy to manage, but please make sure that you do not get into too much detail: the breakdown should stop as soon as the planner has sufficient detail to estimate the time and resources required, and the person responsible for actually doing the work has sufficient instructions on what has to be done. Make sure that you do not omit essential activities and/or tasks, like project management and communication/publicity activities. The description under GAs must be as precise as possible to deliver a clear picture of the planned activities and their outputs and results, to allow for proper assessment of the relevance and necessity of the Action, as well as its cost-effectiveness and cross-border impact. The first GA must always contain information about the overall project management, coordination and communication (internal and external communication) in the context of the action, while a separate GA should deal with the visibility actions related to the action. The remaining GAs (up to 3 thematic GAs) will be defined by the Action. First, the Action must define the titles of the GAs, describe their aim and purpose (justification), and then provide the description of the GAs as defined below in the GA tables. Page 2 of 57  2011 Page 3 of 57Grant Application Form for Priority 3 “People to people cooperation” GROUP OF ACTIVITIES 1: Activities group 1 – Activities specific to project management Aim and purpose of the GA (general description of the GA) Ensuring that the project will achieve the expected results and objectives, while complying with the contract provisions and the requirements of the programme. Activity 1.1 Internal project organisation Total duration of the activity months 1-14 Aim(s) and short description of the activity Month 1: Forming the team, ensuring proper communication and coordination between the members of the project implementation team and between project partners. Periodic project team meetings (work meetings, monitoring, planning, evaluation and control activities) will be organised. Responsible partner Applicant Involved partners Partner Evolution per quarterTarget group(s)OutputsResults months 1-4NA2 PT meetingsa well managed project months 5-8NA1 PT meetinga well managed projectmonths 9-12NA1 PT meetinga well managed projectmonths 13-16NA1 PT meetinga well managed project Activity 1.2 A 1.2 – Concluding collaboration agreements with child protection institutions and schools; Total duration of the activity month 1-2 Aim(s) and short description of the activity Aim: ensuring the collaboration frame – with the schools and institutions where the youth will be selected from; During month 1, the project collaboration proposals will be elaborated and e-mailed/faxed to child protection institutions and schools from both countries. All replies will be centralised. During month 2, the collaboration agreements with the interested child protection institutions and schools will be signed. This activity is meant to make the potential collaborators and interested factors aware of their responsibility and involvement; it is also meant to ensure access to information, motivating the target group to take part in the activities developed by the project.  Responsible partner Applicant Involved partners Partner Evolution per quarterTarget group(s)OutputsResults months 1-4NA minimum 4 collaboration agreements;(2 in each country)a collaboration frame – with the schools and institutions where the Page 3 of 57  2011 Page 4 of 57Grant Application Form for Priority 3 “People to people cooperation” youth will be selected from months 5-8months 9-12months 13 - 16months 17 - 18 Activity 1.3 Project launching and concluding conferences Total duration of the activity month 1 and month 14 Aim(s) and short description of the activity  Aim: making the project and the financing source public throughout the entire community, on both sides of the border; ensuring visibility of the project and of the implementing organisations and disseminating the obtained results. During the first and the last months of the project, both the applicant and the partner will each organise two project launching and concluding conferences. Preparation of the activity: establishing the location and date of the conferences to be held Iaşi and Chisinău, making and sending the invitations and press releases, publishing the news online, preparing the agenda and the presentation folders. During the event, information about the project will be provided and participants will be allowed to ask questions. A table with the participants’ contact details and an event report will be elaborated. Responsible partner Applicant Involved partners Partner Evolution per quarterTarget group(s)OutputsResults months 1-4 NA  - 2 launching/concluding conferences (1 in each country) organised - 20 participants to each press-conference; - 2 official statements sent;Project that is visible in the cross-border area; months 5-8months 9-12months 13 - 16  - 2 launching/concluding conferences (1 in each country) organised - 20 participants to each press-conference; - 2 official statements sent;Project results are disseminated throughout the cross-border area; Activity 1.4 A 1.4 Project acquisitions Total duration of the activity month 1-14 Page 4 of 57
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