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280218_Luxor-Egypt SECAP Final_revised

198 Coordinate with the

198 Coordinate with the Ministry of Education to facilitate the replication of the festival and to broadcast the idea of the Green / Environmental Corner in all elementary and preparatory schools - Principal partners and stakeholders and their roles (1): - Staff training needs: In coordination with civil associations, a training is needed for the awareness team to learn how to use the gadgets and the tools needed to explain activity 2.1 after simplifying the contents of the presentation during the festival. - Technical assistance and expert needs: To purchase the model gadgets and tools that demonstrate the recycling and other related environmental sustainability techniques such as waste sorting, simple renewable energy generation etc. Or, learn how to manufacturing them from specialised associations such as Ain Al-Hayat or offer their participation to be used in environmental awareness events specially in schools, where the team can propose and support initiating a Green Corner at each school, where they visit or held an environmental festival. 6. Cost estimate - Estimated implementation cost: EUR (and local currency at the date of preparation): Under calculation - Funding source (available and foreseen): Civil associations support and equipment. Producers and distributors for energy saving devices and devices - Initial and start-up expenses and approximate operational Costs: Under calculation 7. Next steps: With media coverage of the support of the Governor which facilitates the coordination with Ministry of Education and private schools. Coordinate the repetition of the festival and broadcast the idea of Green Corner in schools with the possibility of repeating one or more similar festivals in youth centres, if there are available donors. 8. Follow-up, evaluation and impact assessment: Monitor any difference in electricity consumption after holding more than one festival 9. Annexes or references to annexes Campaign materials and cost: As the target group is the most influential and also has an impact on consumption rates and can confirm and ticket the value of savings and rationalization between parents and family. Thus, working face-to-face is a must in a simplified manner using real and practical means of clarification, also explain the difference in consumption and how it affects consumption rates and saves energy and money. This requires: - Electrical tools for household consumption, such as wood panels, lamps, electric lamps for

the installation of ordinary lamps and others LED connected to the Ohmmeter device to show the differences in consumption. Also, tools for recycling of waste to be exhibited in environmental awareness club in the elementary schools to create an educational experience. - Data Show, display screen for campaigns, headphones, and sound system with 2 wireless microphones - Video camera to document the events and to use the outputs of the tours throughout the campaign. (Its value is already covered by model 2.1) - A group of films explaining and presenting the use and saving teams (can be provided by the Internet and technical support) (already covered by the value of the 2.1 model). - Explanation of solar cells and batteries as a small plant model, and tools for recycling and separation of waste. Presentations and publications (provided by producers). (Already covered by model 2.1) as well as separation and recycling equipment in cooperation with civil associations. - Transportation; to travel during the campaign and two or three trips/visits weekly during the campaign period. Renting a microbus for half a day 300 L.E. / day - Gifts and souvenirs for the campaign preferably games and stationery for children with the sponsor logo for distribution during the festival 2000 L.E. - Hospitality food and beverage for the gathering rate of 2000 L.E. / day. - An incentive for the awareness team for the extra job assignments for outdoor visits etc. equivalent of 200 L.E. for a researcher and for an assistant 100 L.E., a rate of 300 L.E. / day. (Each campaign shall need 2-3 days/ week). - Printing Banners and printed materials (already covered by model 2.1). 199

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