Subject: Fundraising Proposal for the Construction of Asphalt Ro

  • Started by: Abdissa integrated community development Organization
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  • Started on: 13 feb 2024
  • Closing Date: 13 may 2024

Subject: Fundraising Proposal for the Construction of Asphalt Road from Burayu to Mulo

I trust this letter finds you in good health. On behalf of the Abdissa Integrated Community Development Organization (AICDO), I am excited to present a proposal seeking funding for the construction of a crucial asphalt road spanning 75 kilometers, connecting the Maramii area of Burayu town to Hojaa Duuree town in the Muuloo district.

Project Overview:

Location: The proposed road, owned and operated by the Ethiopian FDRE Roads Authority, will extend over 75 kilometers and be 30 meters wide.

Budgetary Requirement: The estimated cost for the construction is between $600,000 and $900,000, with a Badajani requirement of $8,000 - $12,000 per kilometer.

Bridges: The project includes the construction of six major bridges, fostering improved connectivity and accessibility along the route.

Public Participation: We envision active public involvement in covering the costs of raw materials, showcasing a community-driven effort for the success and sustainability of the project.

The construction of this asphalt road is paramount to stimulating economic development, enhancing transportation infrastructure, and improving the overall quality of life for the communities in the Burayu and Muuloo districts.

Funding Request:
We are seeking generous contributions to secure a grant in the amount of [$XXX,XXX] for the successful implementation of this vital road construction project. The funds will be allocated to procurement of construction materials, labor costs, and engineering services, ensuring the project's efficient and timely completion.

Partnership Opportunities:
We invite esteemed companies and organizations to collaborate with AICDO in supporting this transformative initiative. By participating in this project, businesses will not only contribute to the enhancement of regional infrastructure but will also be recognized for their commitment to community development.

Local Impact and Sustainability:
This project emphasizes the active participation of local communities, ensuring the sustainability of the road by engaging them in the procurement of raw materials and fostering a sense of ownership and pride in the development of their region.

Project Timeline:
The proposed project is anticipated to span five years, allowing for meticulous planning, implementation, and monitoring to achieve optimal results.

Collections so far

(Rounded figure - does NOT affect actual money deposited)

ETB 0 of ETB 51,300,000 0%