Arctic Network for the Support of the Indigenous Peoples of the Russian Arctic (ansipra) Сеть Арктических Организаций в Поддержку Коренных Народов Российского Севера




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3. IMPLEMENTING ORGANISATION

This situation outlined above induced a number of former employees of federal departments which were involved with the northern indigenous peoples to initiate the establishment of the International Public Fund for support to social and economic development of the Northern indigenous peoples (Fund NIP).

Fund NIP is a non-governmental, noncommercial, and voluntary organisation of citizens concerned a­bout the position of the northern indigenous peoples and aiming to promote a revival of their traditional economy and culture.

One of the main founders of the Fund is the Asso­ciation of the Indigenous Peoples of North, Siberia and Far East of the Russian Federation (RAIPON); the association has 50 % of the votes on the Board of the Fund. In practice, the Association determines priorities, implements political management, and carries out inter­re­gional and international coordina­tion. The Fund, on the other hand, organises imple­ment­ation of scheduled projects and measures direct­ed toward socio-economic development of the North­ern indigenous peoples, protection of their rights, re­vi­val of traditional economy, and solidifying interna­tional cooperation in the Arctic Region,

The Chairman of the Board of the Fund is Mr. P. Ch. Zaidfoudim, doctor of biological sciences and until 1998 the first deputy chairman of the State Com­mit­tee of the Russian Federation on Problems of Nor­th­ern Development (Goskomsever). The General Director of the Fund is Mr. S. Dorjinkevich, who ser­v­ed as the deputy chief of the department of the indigenous peoples in Goskomsever until 1998. All other leading Fund personnel have long experience in responsible posts in official bodies connected with the development of the economy of the Russian North.

The Fund NIP has been in practical operation since April 1998. Since then it has prepared a number of project proposals at the request of the Northern indi­genous communities.

The Fund cooperates with the International Arctic Scientific Committee (IASC), jointly developing some projects.

Giving special attention to problems of environ­men­tal protection, the Fund is now undertaking a project to utilize barrels from fuel and lubricating materials (in the Russian Arctic there are some hundreds of thousands of empty barrels). The Fund is also car­rying out a project involving the use of non-traditional renewable power sources in the Koryak Autonomous District (Kam­chatka) with the aim of maintaining a sta­ble power sup­ply and decreasing contamination of the environment.


4. PROJECT "REINDEER": GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

The aim of the project is an improvement of the well-being of the northern indigenous population, inclu­ding increasing their employment, by developing com­plex pro­cessing of reindeer products and marke­ting these pro­ducts. The entire project consists of three stages.

Stage 1 of the project, a substantiation of the neces­sity of reindeer products processing units in the Ya­ma­lo-Nenets Autonomous District (YNAD), has al­rea­dy been carried out:

1. Current condition of the northern reindeer herd and current processing standards and methods in YNAD.

2. Types of required processing units.

3. Routes of reindeer herds to processing units.

4. The scheme of an optimum disposition of proces­sing units in the district, taking into account cur­rent reindeer farm locations, seasonal routes of herds and slaughter and processing sites.

5. Potential of endocrine and enzyme raw materials.

6. Possibilities for wild reindeer hunting, including organisation of wild reindeer processing units.

A copy of the report can be obtained from the Fund NIP.

Stage 2 consists of marketing research on reindeer pro­­ducts. As an outcome of this research, a report with con­crete recommendations for the following pro­blems will be prepared:

1. Formulating a list of reindeer products which have a stable demand in external and internal markets.

2. Behavior analysis of consumers, competitors and the market environment.

3. Use of modern technologies for reindeer products processing, drawing from the experience of Norway, Finland, New Zealand and Canada.

4. Competitiveness evaluation of the products and the measures to increase it.

5. Determination of optimum volume of production to ensure profitability.

The marketing report will contain the data necessary for the development of a pilot project of the enter­prise.

Stage 3 is the development of the pilot enterprise for complex processing of reindeer products. On the basis of the stage 2 report, the following measures will be undertaken:

1. Preparation of a refurbishment plan for the existing en­ter­prise with the aim of full use of raw materials and increase of production.

2. Development of the pilot enterprise to process a full range of reindeer products.

2.1. On a tender basis a contractor will be chosen to deliver, mount and start-up newly purchased equip­ment, as well as to train reindeer-proces­sing workers in the maintenance and use of the equipment.

2.2. For an initial period of one year, an advisor will provide ongoing assistance to the pilot pro­ject, particularly to the enterprise's managers, with respect to production and marketing.

3. Rendering assistance to the pilot enterprise regard­ing the organisation of production and product sales with the aim of ensuring its profitability.

The budget of the third stage and the structure of the working group for its implementation will be deter­mi­ned by results of work on the second stage of the project.


5. STAGE 2: MARKETING RESEARCH

Stage 2 is the part of project for which funding is pre­sent­ly being applied. The time frame is two years from the start of this stage of the project.


5.1. Personnel

To implement the second stage of the project, Fund NIP will form an international working group con­sisting of:

  • a representative of the Fund who will serve as project coordinator,

  • an expert in marketing,

  • an expert in the processing of reindeer products,

  • a representative of the reindeer enterprise.


5.2 Research issues

1. The working group will conduct research on the rein­deer products market, focusing on the follow­ing:

  • Reindeer products which have a stable demand in the internal and external markets,

  • The consumers, competitors and market environ­ment;

  • Competitiveness of products;

  • Opti­mum volume of production, ensuring profita­bi­lity of work;

  • Basic data necessary for preparation of the third sta­ge of the project.

2. The group will study world practice and technology in reindeer products processing, in particular in Norway, Finland, Canada and New Zealand, focu­sing on the following issues:

  • Modern technological and processing advances in reindeer husbandry, in Russia and in Scandinavia and New Zealand;

  • Assessing the potential for making use of the contacts and infrastructure forged by New Zealand deer herding firms in the markets of Southeast Asia;

  • Formulation of concrete and specific recommen­dations for revitalizing reindeer husbandry as a whole, and in particular for ensuring the success of the proposed pilot project;

  • Recommendations on modern technological equip­ment, from slaughtering through delivery of pro­ducts to the consumer, on the basis of profita­bility of the whole process.

3. The group will select according to the recommen­da­tions of the Reindeer Herders Union of Russia a re­pre­sent­ative reindeer herding enterprise which will be developed as the pilot project.

4. The group will conduct a marketing analysis of goods produced by the selected enterprise, and will deve­lop recommendations for realizing the necessary measures to increase profitability.


5.3. Output

On the basis of the assembled information the group will prepare a report, which will consist of two parts:

A: The general review of products processing pro­blems of the whole deer herding branch and its market;

B: Evaluation of the reindeer herding enterprise se­lect­ed to serve as the pilot project, elaboration of the re­com­mendations on the extension of its products list, and appropriate refurbishment of pro­cessing pro­duct­ion.

The report will contain basic data necessary for de­ve­lopment of the pilot project of the enterprise (stage 3).


5.4. Monitoring of the project

1. The management of the Fund NIP will monitor and re-evaluate the implementation through quarterly mee­tings of the participants.

2. The leader of the working group at the end of each year of the project will prepare general and finan­cial reports and present them to sponsoring organi­sations and interested state departments.

3. At the end of the second stage of the project the leader of working group prepares:

- A full report on the work made;

- Selected reports and publications prepared during the project;

- A financial report.


5.5. Budget

see separate page


6. FUTURE FUNDING (Stage 3)

1. The successful implementation of the second stage of the project will create an economic interest in financing the third stage of the project.

2. It is assumed that the main financing of the third stage of the project will be executed on a commercial credit basis.

3. The necessity and volume of the financial donor participation in financing the third stage will be determined by the results of the second stage.

4. The implementation of the third stage of the project will be entrusted to Fund NIP.


7. CONTACT INFORMATION:


International Public Fund for Support to Economic and Social Development of the Northern Indigenous Peoples

(Международный общест­венный фонд содействия эко­номическому и социальному развитию коренных народов Севера)


Contact persons:

Pavel Kh. Zaidfudim (Зайдфудим Павел Х.), Chairman of the Board

Stanislav I. Dorzhinke­vich (Доржинкевич Станислав И.), General Director


Address:

RUS-117415 Moscow (Москва), Pr. Vernadskogo 37, building 2 (пр. Вернадского, 37, корп. 2)


phone: (+7) 095 938 9534

fax: (+7) 095 930 4628

e-mail: founip@dol.ru





5.5. Budget (in US$)


5.5.1. PERSONNEL


SALARIES AND WAGES


Quantity

Post

Salary

$ /month

Duration

(months)

Total

Obtained

Sought

1 (75%)

Leader

300




2700

0

2700

1

Marketing expert

250

12

3000

0

3000

1

Processing expert

250

12

3000

0

3000

1 (25%)

Representative of reindeer enterprise

200

12

600

600

0

Total










9300

600

8700


CONSULTANTS and CONTRACT SERVICES





Payment

$ /day

Number of days

Total

Obtained

Sought

Payment of services of the

consultants

40

60

2400

0

2400

Payment of the interpreter

50

60

3000

0

3000

Total







5400

0

5400





SOCIAL and MEDICAL INSURANCE, TAXES





Total

Currently existing

Sought

40.5 % from the wages

5953

243

5710




Total wages

20653

843

19810



5.5.2. NON-PERSONNEL DIRECT COSTS


SPACE COSTS


Location, 1 room of 20 sq.m.

$150/month for 12 months

1800

0

1800

Municipal services $20/month

240

0

240

Total

2040

0

2040


PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT


PC-386 computer with supplies for preparation of the documentation

1500

0

1500


Laser printer with supplies

700

0

700

Total

2200

0

2200



SUPPLIES


Office supplies 250 $/year

250

0

250



TRAVEL and TRANSPORT COSTS


4 business trips to reindeer herding enterprise, 4 pers. for 7 days


Transport costs: 4 x $100 x 4 pers.

1600

0

1600

Hotel and per diem 4 x $30 x 4 pers.x 7 days

3360

0

3360

Total

4960

0

4960



2 business trips to Norway, 4 pers., for 5 days


Transport costs 2 x 4 x $300

2400

0

2400

Hotel and per diem 2 x 5 x 4 $150

6000

0

6000

Total

8400

0

8400


2 business trips in Southeast Asia, 4 pers. for 5 days


Transport costs 2 x 4 x $700

5600

0

5600

Hotel and daily allowances 2 x 4 x 5 x $150

6000

0

6000

Total

11600

0

11600

Contingencies $50 x 4 pers.

200

0

200
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