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|project=Ukraine
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|projecttype=Independent
|projecttype=PCPP
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|projectsector=Water sanitation
|site=Ukraine
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|projectsector2=Environment
|country=Ukraine
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|site=Achajur
|firstname=S.
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|region=Tavush
|lastname=Slemp
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|country=Armenia
|state=Ohio
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|firstname=William
|affiliateorganization=Initiative Plus
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|lastname= Dickinson
|communityfunds=$909.00
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|state= Virginia
|communitypercentage=31%
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|uscity= Alexandria
|requestedfunds=$1987.94
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|affiliateorganization= World Vision
|neededfunds=$1687.94
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|counterpartfirstname= Curt
|projectnumber=343-136
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|counterpartlastname= Von Boguslawski
|projectyear=2008
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|projectyear= 2005
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Under the leadership of the resident-driven community group "Initiative Plus", a Ukranian town is requesting assistance to provide training designed to educate the community about the importance of environmental cleanliness, to assist in the restoration of areas harmfully impacted by waste and lack of attention, and to provide support for the community-built construction of two playgrounds on the greened areas.
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It would be need enough to request funds for environmental education in an area where tap water must be boiled and trash litters the ground. It would also be need enough to request funds for the construction of the playgrounds, since there are relatively few play spaces for young children. However, one of the key components of this project, in addition to environmental education and creating safe spaces for children, is working to build the long-term capacity of this community to use participatory techniques for community problem-solving. In all facets of the project, community leaders will be trained and educated to mobilize their neighborhoods including using “kitchen table” conversations, broader community planning meetings, and a large community education forum.
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Residents will be engaged in both the design and delivery of workshops as well as participating in them. Eight workshops will be held to educate the community in the skills needed for this project including community organizing, governance, project management, and environmental cleanliness and restoration. The community will design and disseminate flyers and brochures about environmental education, create educational story boards that will be erected in the greened spaces, meet with local leaders to generate support for the project, engage and work with an architect on project designs and oversight to ensure the space and equipment are constructed safetly.
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This project will also further enhance the sponsoring organization's capacity to lead and manage projects, convene partners in efforts that promote participatory and socially-inclusive community engagement in the future, and engage in transparent financial management and governance/oversight practices.
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==Achajur Maps==
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A practical Application of the Training Acquired during [[Tavush GIS Project]] in [[2005]].
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{|
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||<flickr>3519742163|thumb|m|left|Village Engineer’s drawing of the Achajur Irrigation supply system.</flickr>
 +
 
 +
||<flickr>3519741595|thumb|m|left|Soviet topo map of Achajur with highly detail, though often incorrect information.</flickr>
 +
 
 +
|-
 +
 
 +
||<flickr>3519741805|thumb|m|left|1:100,000 Soviet Topographical Map of Achajur, Simpler with little correction needed.</flickr>
 +
 
 +
||<flickr>3520554794|thumb|m|left|Achajur Land stat image, color coded to show the types of vegetation and land use/ land cover.</flickr>
 +
 
 +
|-
 +
 
 +
||<flickr>3520554888|thumb|m|left|1:100,000 scale map with shade provided by DEM (Digital Elevation Model).</flickr>
 +
 
 +
||<flickr>3520554992|thumb|m|left|1:100,000 Scale map with overlay of 1:50,000 scale map.</flickr>
 +
 
 +
|-
 +
 
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||<flickr>3520555736|thumb|m|left|Map of the layout of the fields and roads in the Achajur village district, the plots watered.</flickr>
 +
 
 +
||<flickr>3519743441|thumb|m|left|Several layers overlaid with the waypoints of the locations of the pipe valves labeled.</flickr>
 +
 
 +
|-
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 +
||<flickr>3519743561|thumb|m|left|Geo-positioned map created in AutoCAD with waypoint Info and elevation info.</flickr>
 +
 
 +
||<flickr>3519743589|thumb|m|left|3-D perceptive view from the south toward Achajur with the main road framework.</flickr>
 +
 
 +
|-
 +
 
 +
||<flickr>3520557170|thumb|m|left|3-D perceptive Track lines from driving and walking around the village.</flickr>
 +
 
 +
|} 
 +
 
 +
==Graphs with High Points based on GPS waypoints==
 +
 
 +
{|
 +
 
 +
||<flickr>3519744261|thumb|m|left|Fall based on initial hand drawn community proposal.</flickr>
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||<flickr>3519744135|thumb|m|left|Fall based on GPS measured revised proposal.</flickr>
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|}
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==March 2005 Photos ==
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 +
{|
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||<flickr>3519744115|thumb|m|left|Site before Dam construction (March 05).</flickr>
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 +
 
 +
||<flickr>3520557744|thumb|m|left|Pipes delivery for project (March 05).</flickr>
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 +
|-
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 +
||<flickr>3519744291|thumb|m|left|BSLT project coordinator Nichole during pipe delivery (March 05).</flickr>
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 +
 
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||<flickr>3520557656|thumb|m|left|Evacuation pipeline. Pipeline is buried for over a kilometer. (March 05).</flickr>
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|-
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||<flickr>3519744397|thumb|m|left|Trench has a T for pipes running into the fields  (March 05).</flickr>
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|}
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==June 2005 Photos ==
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 +
{|
 +
 
 +
||<flickr>3520557954|thumb|m|left|Delivery of pipes near Dam site (June 05).</flickr>
 +
 
 +
 
 +
||<flickr>3520558004|thumb|m|left|Excavator assisting in the positioning of the pipeline (June 05).</flickr>
 +
 
 +
 
 +
|-
 +
 
 +
||<flickr>3520558294|thumb|m|left|Welding of the pipes (June 05).</flickr>
 +
 
 +
||<flickr>3519744485|thumb|m|left|Pipes on the side of the road, awaiting ditch excavation (June 05).</flickr>
 +
 
 +
|-
 +
 
 +
||<flickr>3519745123|thumb|m|left|Fields and housing that will be assisted through project (June 05).</flickr>
 +
 
 +
|}
 +
 
 +
 
 +
==July 2005 Photos ==
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{|
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 +
||<flickr>3519747077|thumb|m|left|1930s era Hyrostation near the Azerbaijan border Pump Station for fields around Achajur (July 05).</flickr>
 +
 
 +
 
 +
||<flickr>3519746961|thumb|m|left|Pump and generators (July 05).</flickr>
 +
 +
|-
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 +
||<flickr>3519747029|thumb|m|left|New Stadium built in Achajur (July 05).</flickr>
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 +
|}
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==August 2005 Photos ==
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 +
{|
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||<flickr>3520558350|thumb|m|left|Diversion while foundation of spill dam is setting (August 05).</flickr>
 +
||<flickr>3520558434|thumb|m|left|Dry steam bed  (August 05).</flickr>
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 +
|-
 +
 
 +
||<flickr>3519745215|thumb|m|left|A typical value and coated pipe before being buried (August 05).</flickr>
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 +
||<flickr>3519745183|thumb|m|left|Pipes supported on false work before being buried (August 05).</flickr>
 +
 
 +
|- 
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 +
||<flickr>3519745493|thumb|m|left|Town of Achajur in the back road of ditch for one of the pipe lines (August 05).</flickr>
 +
 
 +
||<flickr>3520558598|thumb|m|left|Pump Station for fields around Achajur (August 05).</flickr>
 +
 +
|-
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 +
||<flickr>3519745383|thumb|m|left|Broken and Cannibalized piping systems (August 05).</flickr>
 +
 +
||<flickr>3519745643|thumb|m|left|Working with Community Engineers (August 05).</flickr>
 +
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|-
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 +
||<flickr>3519745605|thumb|m|left|Pumps at pump house at the base of the field are no longer operating because of age, poor construction quality and lack of cheap plentiful electricity(August 05).</flickr>
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 +
||<flickr>3520559034|thumb|m|left|Examining the old pump stations with community engineer (August 05).</flickr>
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 +
|}
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==September 2005 Photos ==
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 +
{|
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||<flickr>3519745325|thumb|m|left|Dam site for inlets for Fields Inlet to main pipe (September 05).</flickr>
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 +
||<flickr>3519745297|thumb|m|left|Structure under construction (September 05).</flickr>
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 +
|}
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==October 2005 Photos ==
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 +
 
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{|
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||<flickr>3520559310|thumb|m|left|Spill dam after a heavy rain, with air bleed in on the pipe (Oct 05)</flickr>
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 +
||<flickr>3520559116|thumb|m|left|Taking measurements for a drawing of the dam and the spill way, overflow gate, and sediment basin? (Oct 05)</flickr>
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 +
|-
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||<flickr>3520559362|thumb|m|left|Walking trackline for the piping. (Oct 05)</flickr>
 +
 
 +
|-
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 +
||<flickr>3519746105|thumb|m|left|Trying to get a measurement for the high point in the system. (Oct 05)</flickr>
 +
 
 +
 
 +
||<flickr>3519746215|thumb|m|left|“Y” joint for 150mm pipe. (Oct 05)</flickr>
 +
 
 +
|- 
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||<flickr>3520559602|thumb|m|left|Village Engineer walking the fields during the evaluation (Oct 05)</flickr>
 +
 
 +
 
 +
||<flickr>3519746451|thumb|m|left|Partly buried valves and pipes near the grape fields, with Armen and village engineer. (Oct 05)</flickr>
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 +
|-
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 +
||<flickr>3520559784|thumb|m|left|Old irrigation lines in the grape fields, some can be reused. (Oct 05)</flickr>
 +
 
 +
||<flickr>3520559894|thumb|m|left|New pipeline bypassing the pump house. (Oct 05)</flickr>
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 +
|-
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 +
 
 +
||<flickr>3519746927|thumb|m|left|219mm pipe and valve continuing to the pump house. (Oct 05)</flickr>
 +
 
 +
 
 +
||<flickr>3520560100|thumb|m|left|“T” 150 mm off of main line. (Oct 05)</flickr>
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 +
|- 
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||<flickr>3519746559|thumb|m|left|Inspection the high point on the pipeline for remeasuring. (Oct 05)</flickr>
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 +
||<flickr>3520560420|thumb|m|left|Typical 150mm “T” to some of the grape fields. (Oct 05)</flickr>
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|-
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||<flickr>3519746987|thumb|m|left|Using the GPS device in the car to experiment with establishing track lines on the roads.(Oct 05) </flickr>
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|} 
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Achajur Maps

A practical Application of the Training Acquired during Tavush GIS Project in 2005.

<flickr>3519742163|thumb|m|left|Village Engineer’s drawing of the Achajur Irrigation supply system.</flickr>

 

<flickr>3519741595|thumb|m|left|Soviet topo map of Achajur with highly detail, though often incorrect information.</flickr>

 

<flickr>3519741805|thumb|m|left|1:100,000 Soviet Topographical Map of Achajur, Simpler with little correction needed.</flickr> <flickr>3520554794|thumb|m|left|Achajur Land stat image, color coded to show the types of vegetation and land use/ land cover.</flickr>
<flickr>3520554888|thumb|m|left|1:100,000 scale map with shade provided by DEM (Digital Elevation Model).</flickr>

 

<flickr>3520554992|thumb|m|left|1:100,000 Scale map with overlay of 1:50,000 scale map.</flickr>

 

<flickr>3520555736|thumb|m|left|Map of the layout of the fields and roads in the Achajur village district, the plots watered.</flickr>

 

<flickr>3519743441|thumb|m|left|Several layers overlaid with the waypoints of the locations of the pipe valves labeled.</flickr>
<flickr>3519743561|thumb|m|left|Geo-positioned map created in AutoCAD with waypoint Info and elevation info.</flickr> <flickr>3519743589|thumb|m|left|3-D perceptive view from the south toward Achajur with the main road framework.</flickr>
<flickr>3520557170|thumb|m|left|3-D perceptive Track lines from driving and walking around the village.</flickr>
 

Graphs with High Points based on GPS waypoints

<flickr>3519744261|thumb|m|left|Fall based on initial hand drawn community proposal.</flickr> <flickr>3519744135|thumb|m|left|Fall based on GPS measured revised proposal.</flickr>


March 2005 Photos

<flickr>3519744115|thumb|m|left|Site before Dam construction (March 05).</flickr>

 

<flickr>3520557744|thumb|m|left|Pipes delivery for project (March 05).</flickr>

 

<flickr>3519744291|thumb|m|left|BSLT project coordinator Nichole during pipe delivery (March 05).</flickr>

 

<flickr>3520557656|thumb|m|left|Evacuation pipeline. Pipeline is buried for over a kilometer. (March 05).</flickr>

 

<flickr>3519744397|thumb|m|left|Trench has a T for pipes running into the fields  (March 05).</flickr>

 


June 2005 Photos

<flickr>3520557954|thumb|m|left|Delivery of pipes near Dam site (June 05).</flickr>

   

<flickr>3520558004|thumb|m|left|Excavator assisting in the positioning of the pipeline (June 05).</flickr>


<flickr>3520558294|thumb|m|left|Welding of the pipes (June 05).</flickr> <flickr>3519744485|thumb|m|left|Pipes on the side of the road, awaiting ditch excavation (June 05).</flickr>
<flickr>3519745123|thumb|m|left|Fields and housing that will be assisted through project (June 05).</flickr>


July 2005 Photos

<flickr>3519747077|thumb|m|left|1930s era Hyrostation near the Azerbaijan border Pump Station for fields around Achajur (July 05).</flickr>


<flickr>3519746961|thumb|m|left|Pump and generators (July 05).</flickr>
<flickr>3519747029|thumb|m|left|New Stadium built in Achajur (July 05).</flickr>

August 2005 Photos

<flickr>3520558350|thumb|m|left|Diversion while foundation of spill dam is setting (August 05).</flickr> <flickr>3520558434|thumb|m|left|Dry steam bed  (August 05).</flickr>
<flickr>3519745215|thumb|m|left|A typical value and coated pipe before being buried (August 05).</flickr> <flickr>3519745183|thumb|m|left|Pipes supported on false work before being buried (August 05).</flickr>
<flickr>3519745493|thumb|m|left|Town of Achajur in the back road of ditch for one of the pipe lines (August 05).</flickr> <flickr>3520558598|thumb|m|left|Pump Station for fields around Achajur (August 05).</flickr>
<flickr>3519745383|thumb|m|left|Broken and Cannibalized piping systems (August 05).</flickr> <flickr>3519745643|thumb|m|left|Working with Community Engineers (August 05).</flickr>
<flickr>3519745605|thumb|m|left|Pumps at pump house at the base of the field are no longer operating because of age, poor construction quality and lack of cheap plentiful electricity(August 05).</flickr> <flickr>3520559034|thumb|m|left|Examining the old pump stations with community engineer (August 05).</flickr>

September 2005 Photos

<flickr>3519745325|thumb|m|left|Dam site for inlets for Fields Inlet to main pipe (September 05).</flickr>

 

<flickr>3519745297|thumb|m|left|Structure under construction (September 05).</flickr>

 

 

October 2005 Photos

 

 
<flickr>3520559310|thumb|m|left|Spill dam after a heavy rain, with air bleed in on the pipe (Oct 05)</flickr>

 

<flickr>3520559116|thumb|m|left|Taking measurements for a drawing of the dam and the spill way, overflow gate, and sediment basin? (Oct 05)</flickr>

 

<flickr>3520559362|thumb|m|left|Walking trackline for the piping. (Oct 05)</flickr>

 

<flickr>3519746105|thumb|m|left|Trying to get a measurement for the high point in the system. (Oct 05)</flickr>

 

<flickr>3519746215|thumb|m|left|“Y” joint for 150mm pipe. (Oct 05)</flickr>
<flickr>3520559602|thumb|m|left|Village Engineer walking the fields during the evaluation (Oct 05)</flickr>


<flickr>3519746451|thumb|m|left|Partly buried valves and pipes near the grape fields, with Armen and village engineer. (Oct 05)</flickr>
<flickr>3520559784|thumb|m|left|Old irrigation lines in the grape fields, some can be reused. (Oct 05)</flickr>

 

<flickr>3520559894|thumb|m|left|New pipeline bypassing the pump house. (Oct 05)</flickr>
<flickr>3519746927|thumb|m|left|219mm pipe and valve continuing to the pump house. (Oct 05)</flickr>

   

<flickr>3520560100|thumb|m|left|“T” 150 mm off of main line. (Oct 05)</flickr>
<flickr>3519746559|thumb|m|left|Inspection the high point on the pipeline for remeasuring. (Oct 05)</flickr>

 

<flickr>3520560420|thumb|m|left|Typical 150mm “T” to some of the grape fields. (Oct 05)</flickr>

 

<flickr>3519746987|thumb|m|left|Using the GPS device in the car to experiment with establishing track lines on the roads.(Oct 05) </flickr>