Form – Stage 2

Stage II

Detailed project plan form

  • GENERAL INFORMATION OF THE PROJECT
    To complete the following form, you will need to rely on the information you provided during the first stage.
  • Indicate the name of the project as it was presented in the first stage.
  • Please indicate the name of the organization submitting the project.


  • IMPLEMENTATION PLAN

    Please download the Implementation Plan spreadsheet, where you will find a template to complete, along with the instructions to do it.
  • Download file with implementation plan model

    *If you cannot download the form correctly, it is recommended to use the Google Chrome server.

  • After completing the implementation plan format with your project data, don't forget to upload it.


  • BUDGET PLAN

    Please download the Budget Plan spreadsheet, where you will find a template to complete, along with the instructions to do it.
  • Download file with budget model.

    *If you cannot download the form correctly, it is recommended to use the Google Chrome server.

  • After completing the budget plan format with your project data, don't forget to upload it.


  • MANAGEMENT CAPACITY
  • Indicate in detail the role that grassroots / co-implementing organizations will play in the implementation and / or execution of the project.
    Organization nameRole and activities in this project 
  • Describe the work team assigned to the project of each organization and the main tasks that will be assigned to them. Include the team of both the organization presenting the project and the grassroots / co-implementing organizations.
    Organization nameWork team and tasks 


  • BENEFICIARIES AND STAKEHOLDERS
  • Describe the beneficiaries of the action.
  • What benefit will the project provide for the needs of the country or countries or regions where it will be implemented?
  • How will your project address the needs of the final project beneficiaries?
  • Complete the following table indicating who are the people or groups interested in this project (beyond the beneficiaries indicated above) and indicate to what degree they will be involved in the project.

    Use the following values to complete the fields:
    - Stakeholder
    - Involment (Low / Medium / High)
    StakeholderInvolvement (low - medium - high) 


  • SUSTAINABILITY OF THE PROJECT

    In this section, describe the project's exit strategy to ensure that the results achieved continue through sustainability measures, agreements with other donors to sustain funding and technical assistance, or clearly identify subsequent activities that will occur without project support.
  • Are the expected results of the proposed action sustainable? How will the project ensure that the benefits are sustained after the project funding ends?
  • How will the activities be funded after the funding ends?
  • Will the structures that allow the activities to continue be available at the end of the action? Will there be local "ownership" of the results of the action?
  • What will be the structural impact of the action? Will it lead to improved legislation, codes of conduct, methods, etc.?


  • MAIN RISKS FOR IMPLEMENTATION

    Describe the most important risk factors that may affect the implementation of the intervention and that would not allow the expected results to be achieved. These risks can include internal or external factors.

    Use the following values ​​to complete the fields:
    - Impact (Low / Medium / High)
    - Probability (Low / Medium / High)
    - Risk management (How the risk will be managed and monitored and what are the mitigation actions).

  • RiskImpactProbabilityRisk management 


  • MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF THE PROJECT

    Provide an explanation of the monitoring and evaluation plan and activities, both during implementation and at the end of the intervention.
  • 1. How will the development of activities be monitored in terms of compliance with the steps and times established in the Implementation Plan?
  • 2. How will correction be provided in the middle of the intervention to adjust the design of the plan, if necessary, based on the comments received?


  • STATEMENT OF TRUTH AND DISCLAIMER

  • DISCLAIMER
    The activities, products, points of view and opinions developed or expressed by the organizations applying to this Fund do not belong to or represent the people, institutions or organizations responsible for the RBCLAC Project, in particular the International Labour Organization or the European Union.

  • Once you submit the form, you will no longer be able to make changes. Please don't forget to check your answers.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.