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JAA Final Report on "Entrepreneurship and Civic Activism" Program Financed by USAID
As our four year cooperative agreement  with USAID came to an end at the end of July, 2015 we are happy to report our accomplishments in brief:
 Table 1.

Outcome Indicator

Target for 2011-2012

Actual  

2011-2012

Target for 2012-2013

Actual

2012-2013

Target for 2013-2014

Actual

2013-2014

Target for 2014-2015

Actual

2014-2015

Target for 2011-2015

Actual  

2011-2015

# of schools involved

100

100

100

103

100

105

100

100

400

408

# of students involved

1500

1500

1500

1545

1500

1575

1500

1500

6000

6120

#of student business companies and NGOs established

100

100

100

103

100

105

100

100

400

408

#of businesses involved as consultants

100

100

100

103

100

105

100

100

400

408


Table 2.

Indicators

April 2011 /
May 2012

 

September 2012/
May 2013

September 2013/
May 2014

September 2014/
May 2015

Total number

Number of students who understood the concept of corporate social responsibility

1500

1545

1575

1500

6120

The number of student companies which carried on social projects

100

103

105

100

408

The amount allocated by student companies to their CSR projects /AMD/

380 060

410 900

660 800

520 010

1 971 770


Table 3.

Indicators

 

April 2011 /
May 2012

 

September 2012/
May 2013

September 2013/
May 2014

September 2014/
May 2015

Total number

Number of students who appreciated the role of NGOs and learned how and why NGOs are formed

1500

1545

1575

1500

6120

Number of students who were motivated and skilled to serve their communities

1500

1545

1575

1500

6120

Number of students who had a better understanding of volunteerism in the context of community service, and greater appreciation of volunteerism in general

 

1500

1545

1575

1500

6120

Number of students who developed, planned and executed community service projects

1500

1545

1575

1500

6120

Number of community projects accomplished and concluded with success

 

100

103

105

100

408



 
 
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