Grants:APG/Proposals/2017-2018 round 2/Wikimedia Armenia/Progress report form
Purpose of the report
This form is for organizations receiving Annual Plan Grants to report on their progress after completing the first 6 months of their grants. The time period covered in this form will be the first 6 months of each grant (e.g. 1 January - 30 June of the current year). This form includes four sections, addressing grant metrics, program stories, financial information, and compliance. Please contact APG/FDC staff if you have questions about this form, or concerns submitting it by the deadline. After submitting the form, organizations will also meet with APG staff to discuss their progress.
- 1 Purpose of the report
- 2 Metrics and results overview - all programs
- 3 Telling your program stories - all programs
- 4 Revenues received during this six-month period
- 5 Spending during this six-month period
- 6 Compliance
- 7 Signature
- 8 Resources
Metrics and results overview - all programs
We are trying to understand the overall outcomes of the work being funded across our grantees' programs. Please use the table below to let us know how your programs contributed to the Grant Metrics. We understand not all Grant or grantee-defined Metrics will be relevant for all programs, so feel free to put "0" where necessary. For each program include the following table and
- Next to each required metric, list the outcome/results achieved for all of your programs included in your proposal.
- Where necessary, explain the context behind your outcome.
- In addition to the Global Metrics as measures of success for your programs, there is another table format in which you may report on any OTHER relevant measures of your programs success
For more information and a sample, see Grant Metrics.
|Program||Participants||Newly registered||Content pages||A||B||Explanations of Grantee-defined metrics|
|Thematic councils and Wiki Loves Science||84 (out of 115)||62 (out of 81)||69 (out of 100)||0||1||A - 2 thematic councils formed which revises the created content at Wiki Loves Science trainings and later in the respective field. B - 3 Wiki Loves Science trainings|
|Partnership with GLAM||29 (instead of 20)||11 (instead of 3)||114 (instead of 50)||2||1||A - 3 GLAM institutions which regularly provide resources for the quality content creation B - 1 public event organized with GLAM institutions on the progress of GLAM program|
|Digitization of content||98 (instead of 50)||0 (out of 0)||2499 (instead of 2410)||71389||147||A - 40,000 pages scanned B - 100 books serve as resources for quality content (at least 10 references from each book)|
|Research and analysis of articles||0 (out of 20)||0 (out of 0)||0 (out of 40)||1||n/a||A - 1 online collaboration dedicated to the improvement of most view articles of 2017-2018|
|International collaborations||82 (out of 100)||0 (out of 0)||1499 (instead of 180)||0||1||A - 4 international collaborations organized within Wikimedia Movement B - 1 international project about Yerevan organized by WMAM|
|Equal access to wiki||8 (out of 10)||0 (out of 0)||13661 (out of 31060)||2||n/a||A - 3 projects aimed at increasing the accessibility of Wikimedia projects|
|Preservation of culture||1 (out of 41)||0 (out of 20)||0 (out of 50)||0||20||A - 30 residences have improved data on Wikimedia projects B - 20 national and folk songs recorded|
|Total for the program||302 (out of 356)||73 (out of 104)||17842 (out of 33890)||71394 (instead of 40043)||170 (out of 125)|
|Community editathons and meetups||342 (out of 1085)||25 (out of 80)||189 (out of 645)||27||2||A - 49 organized editathons, meetups and other community events B - 3 community initiatives, projects organized by community members|
|Capacity building||35 (out of 190)||0 (out of 0)||0 (out of 100)||2||3||A - 9 capacity building trainings, workshops, meetings with experts B - Help 10 community members with technical and printed resources|
|Total for the program||377 (out of 1275)||25 (out of 80)||189 (out of 745)||29 (out of 58)||5 (out of 13)|
|Wikiseminar for teachers/lecturers from regions and Yerevan||44 (out of 80)||29 (out of 50)||220 (instead of 160)||1||33||A - 2 organized seminar for teachers, including teachers from Yerevan B - 70 schools are present at the seminar|
|Universities||15 (out of 55)||15 (out of 50)||15 (out of 55)||2||0||A - 3 university faculties collaborate with us B - 1 seminar for professors|
|Non formal education||65 (out of 30)||39 (intead of 30)||0 (out of 30)||3||n/a||A - 3 non formal education organizations collaborate with us|
|WikiCamps||53 (out of 250)||0 (out of 70)||732 (out of 3802)||1||0||A - 4 organized WikiCamps B - 1 designed guide for Wikicamp|
|WikiClubs||611 (instead of 356)||342 (instead of 156)||31827 (out of 33000)||0||1||A - 5 new donors for WikiClubs B - 2 meetings with WikiClub coordinators|
|Total for the program||788 (instead of 771)||425 (instead of 356)||32794 (instead of 37047)||7 (instead of 17)||34 (instead of 74)|
|Western Armenian Program||-||-||-||-||-|
|Creation of Separate Western Armenian Wikipedia||2 (out of 3)||0 (out of 0)||0 (out of 20)||2||n/a||A - 3 editors assist translation and technical improvement of Western Armenian Wikipedia|
|Trainings for experts||49 (out of 70)||18 (out of 35)||97 (out of 60)||5||3||A - 5 communities of different countries are presented at the training B - 10 follow-up events organized by the participants in their home countries|
|Summer WikiSchool in Aleppo and other activities||25 (out of 67)||24 (out of 40)||41 (out of 134)||7||0||A - 12 individuals from Diaspora attend WMAM events in Armenia B - 1 collarotion with Syrian-Armenian school|
|Total for the program||76 (out of 140)||42 (out of 75)||138 (out of 214)||14 (out of 20)||3 (out of 11)|
|TOTAL FOR ALL PROGRAMS||1543 (out of 2547)||565 (out of 615)||50963 (out of 71896)||71444 (instead of 40138)||212 (out of 223)|
Telling your program stories - all programs
Please tell the story of each of your programs included in your proposal. This is your chance to tell your story by using any additional metrics (beyond global metrics) that are relevant to your context, beyond the global metrics above. You should be reporting against the targets you set at the beginning of the year throughout the year. We have provided a template here below for you to report against your targets, but you are welcome to include this information in another way. Also, if you decided not to do a program that was included in your proposal or added a program not in the proposal, please explain this change. More resources for storytelling are at the end of this form. Here are some ways to tell your story.
- We encourage you to share your successes and failures and what you are learning. Please also share why are these successes, failures, or learnings are important in your context. Reference learning patterns or other documentation.
- Make clear connections between your offline activities and online results, as applicable. For example, explain how your education program activities is leading to quality content on Wikipedia.
- We encourage you to tell your story in different ways by using videos, sound files, images (photos and infographics, e.g.), compelling quotes, and by linking directly to work you produce. You may highlight outcomes, learning, or metrics this way.
- We encourage you to continue using dashboards, progress bars, and scorecards that you have used to illustrate your progress in the past, and to report consistently over time.
- You are welcome to use the table below to report on any metrics or measures relevant to your program. These may or may not include the global metrics you put in the overview section above. You can also share your progress in another way if you do not find a table like this useful.
|Target||Last year (if applicable)||Progress (at end of Q2)||Projected (end of year)||Comments|