THL Toolbox > Community & Communication > Community Project Reports Manual
Contributor(s): David Germano, Steven Weinberger.
- Please submit the data below in a Microsoft Word file.
- You may also send a full final report as a PDF with rich detail and images; we will host it and link to it.
- All Tibetan names (people; village; county; etc) need to be in THL Wylie
- Please give preferred English spelling of place names
- Please give Chinese spelling of place names
- Send images in their original quality, not in reduced/compressed form
- We can't promise to host videos, but if you have them, submit and we will try
- Captions for images should be SHORT.
- Title of project should be descriptive of the activity rather than listing all the funders’ names, etc.
Title: preferably, give in English, Tibetan and Chinese.
Author: preferably, give in English, Tibetan and Chinese.
Organization: preferably, give in English, Tibetan and Chinese.
Date of Report: YYYY-MM-DD
Dates of Activity: YYYY-MM-DD to YYYY-MM-DD
Administrative Location of the Work Accomplished: village > township > country > prefecture > region > province > PRC NOTE: enter only those that are applicable to your report. Preferably, give in English, Tibetan and Chinese.
Cultural Location of the Work Accomplished: REGION > Tibet (EXAMPLE: Rebgong > Amdo > Tibet)
Format: Final Report
General Subject: Mark all that are relevant - Facilities, Construction, Education, Animal Husbandry, Clothing, Improvements. Suggest new term if these don't apply.
Specific Subject: Mark all that are relevant - Computers, Cultural Competition, Curricular Materials, Library, School Building, Solar Cooker, Village Water Supply. Suggest new term if these don't apply.
Funder: include English, Tibetan, and Chinese if available.
Description: basic facts of what, where, how much $, how many people benefited, etc. If possible, provide in English, Tibetan, Chinese.
EXAMPLE: The German Embassy in Beijing provided 47,000 RMB for materials which, in addition to labor by local villagers that may be valued at 60,000 RMB, allowed for the construction of a concrete-stone irrigation ditch. This irrigation ditch replaced the old ditch that was dug in the soil and frequently broke from the water flow and the diggings of pikas. This required people to spend much time in repairing the ditch. The water eroded the gullies; it flowed down when the ditch was broken and fields were damaged when struck by the water from the broken ditch. Four villages took turns to irrigate their respective fields and each village had a specific amount of time to irrigate its fields. If the ditch broke, then it was possible for that village to have inadequate time to irrigate its fields, resulting in lesser crop yields. These problems have been solved by the project: people spend less time irrigating (repairing broken ditches); damage to fields from water rushing out of broken ditches has been eliminated; and erosion of soil from breaks in the ditch has been eliminated. Additionally, villagers will realize larger crop yields and consequently, families will have more disposable income.