PROPOSAL OF FINANCING FOR PURCHASE OF RAW MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT FOR "ASOSERGONS"
The ASOSERGONS Food and Cleaning Service Association is composed of 13 women and 2 men.
It is located in the González Suarez Parish, Otavalo, Imbabura.
Services they offer:
240 children of the Children's Centers from the parish of Gonzalez Suarez.
40 adults of the Senior Adult Project,
The staff of the Parish Government
Teachers of the Educational Institutions
Floricultural personnel attending 30 daily staff.
• Cleaning services: Fire Department in Otavalo.
The proposal is justified by the need to improve the economic income of our members through the increase of the installed capacity of our organization.
To give a good service of feeding and cleaning for public and private entities that contribute to social, economic and cultural development of the Gonzalez Suarez parish.
a) To train the partners in Nutrition and Good manufacturing practices in coordination with the people from the public and private organizations.
b) To search sources of financing before FEDICE
c) To buy of goods directly.
We will comply with the technical parameters required by the MIES (Government Institution who controls the activities in the daycare centers.
The project has a cost of $ 11920.00 dollars.
With the execution of this project, we guarantee the continuity of the delivery of food to the children's centers.
Monitoring and evaluation
FEDICE will hold meetings with the managers of Asosergons every two months with the purpose of evaluating the use of the funds.
For this, FEDICE will review the purchase invoices.
ASOSERGONS activities were normally until March 15, 2020.
Due the COVID-19 Pandemic the activities were suspended, which caused unemployment to all of us who make up ASOSERGONS and more people to whom we gave jobs.
At this time of the pandemic, we are working with the modality of providing nonperishable food kits to the beneficiaries of the Children's Centers 220 children and 70 adults of the Elderly Project.
Thanks to this new initiative of the authorities, it has allowed our organization to continue working.