[imc-baghdad] PROPOSAL: funding from IMC finance list?
Break A Silence
breakasilence at sbcglobal.net
Fri May 9 18:01:44 PDT 2003
I think the many points made by Sheri, I think it was, of Seattle and by Boud of Poland-IMC, make absolute sense. Also, what do people feel about changing the listserver to baghdad-imc "supporter"? I, personally, agree with Ramzi about the getting out of the way once people in Baghdad can swing this on their own. I guess they will let people know when that is. Does anyone want to write to Palestine and the other local areas IMC groups -- anyone have contact with them? If not, I will, but again, the focus as of yet is to get this paper off the ground and just to start the process of supporting an IMC - if that is even where folks on the ground in Baghdad want to go. So, as last round-ups -- who needs help with the "affiliate" website and how? Where does money for these things listed below get sent? Cheers all!Crystal
Ramzi Kysia <rrkysia at yahoo.com> wrote:critical equipment costs in iraq:
computers: $600 each (requesting 5)
printers: $250 each (requesting 2)
digital cameras: $200 each (requesting 4)
tape recorders: $40 each (requesting 4)
Desks & Chairs: $30/set (requesting 5)
File Cabinets: $10 each (requesting 2)
Office Supplies: (pens, notebooks, paper, etc...)
TOTAL CRITICAL EQUIPMENT COSTS: $4,630
fyi - folks here are *very* excited about this
project, committed, and are working their asses off
for no pay as is, but it would be nice if they could
have a *little* money, and we are talking about only a
regardless, transportation costs & sat time do have to
be covered at some point, or this ain't gonna work...
--- sam rossiter wrote:
> Although there is a wikki page set up;
> I had a check in the imc finance archive
> and no formal request for funds seems to have been
> I suggest that in the interests of getting some
> on the way quickly we submit a proposal to fund the
> equipment needs from the global fund, but excluding
> the running and salary costs.
> It's not that I don't appriciate the situation, and
> the importance of salaries in such a circumstance.
> I just think the proposal would go through quicker
> this way, as these imc processes can take ages at
> best of times, and the need seems to be urgent...
> We could always make a second proposal later.
> EQUIPMENT NEEDS - 5 computers w/Arabic language
> support & keyboards - 2 printers - a Xerox machine -
> fax machine (once phone lines are back up) - 2 phone
> lines - a dedicated internet line (satellite modems
> serve until phones are up) - 2 digital cameras - 2
> video cameras (for web reports) - 2 file cabinets -
> desks/chairs - a sofa & lounge chairs - an air
> conditioner - a fridge - a generator (even when
> comes up, it's likely not going to be available at
> Could someone who has contacts in Iraq find out the
> costs for the most urgent items?
> I was thinking probably about $5000
> Any comments/suggestions gratefully recieved
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