Report: Partner Organisation Onsite Appraisal 2017-12-14T19:44:00+00:00

Report: Partner Organisation Onsite Appraisal

This form is used by VBB inspectors in submitting their report from an Onsite Project Appraisal. It is to be completed using the GUIDELINES FOR ONSITE APPRAISAL document. Email enquiries to admin@vetsbeyondborders.orgThank you for your service to VetMatch.
  • NAME of VBB ONSITE INSPECTOR
  • EMAIL ADDRESS of VBB ONSITE INSPECTOR
  • DATE of arriving on project site for inspection
  • FULL REGISTERED NAME of the ORGANISATION
  • ADDRESS of the ORGANISATION

  • NAME of Authorised Contact Person for your organisation
  • EMAIL of Authorised Contact Person
  • PHONE NUMBER of Authorised Contact Person
  • ORGANISATION'S WEBSITE or FACEBOOK PAGE
  • ADDRESS of the PROJECT (if different from the above)
  • Country

  • What structure is the organisation:
    Independent Non-Government Organisation (NGO)GovernmentNGO + Government partnership
  • NAME and POSITION of person from the organisation who accompanied you on the inspection
  • EMAIL and DIRECT PHONE NUMBER of this person
  • Provide comment on the ORGANISATION'S PURPOSE and MISSION as you observe it.
    IS THIS PURPOSE BEING MET?
    WHAT CHALLENGES DOES IT HAVE?
    Also comment on outcomes of the project's work.
    What DATA is there to support this?

  • INCOME - where does this organisation/project source its income to maintain services?
  • The PROJECT OPERATIONS as you observe them to be are:
    YesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNo
  • Other activities:
  • Species treated:
    YesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNo
  • PROJECT'S FACILITIES
    YesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNo
  • OTHER PROJECT FACILITIES and YOUR NOTES ON THEM.

    Please also rate the general CLEANLINESS of the above facilities to give us some idea of management and standard of veterinary care. Please use a SCALE of 1-5 for cleanliness if necessary.

  • What is the approximate number of surgical sterilisations daily? This is important to ensure there is appropriate workload for volunteers.
  • What is the usual clinical load - eg., road accidents/trauma, diarrhoea, skin disease, poor nutrition, parasites?
    What are the common DISEASES seen.
  • VETERINARY SUPPORT - how many full-time or part-time LOCAL veterinarians are on the project?
  • Does the project have adequate support staff, including vet assistants/technicians/nurses?
  • If sterilisations are carried out, which method is MOST OFTEN used on this project for speying female dogs.
    FlankMidlineSterilisation surgery is not used on this project
  • Does the organisation/project have clinical protocols (and documents) in place for the following
    YesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNo
  • Additional notes on clinical and other protocols.
  • If sterilisations for population control are carried out, please indicate which of the following applies to the project's animal release protocol:
    Same day as surgery in all casesSame day as surgery (only if carer is available)48 hours after surgeryNo sterilisation surgery is carried out on this project
  • LANGUAGE - what is the main language used on the project, including during clinical and surgical work? What language/s are used in the general community?
  • Please supply any additional general information on the operation of this project you wish to supply, including notes on other zoonotic or exotic diseases of concern.
    Please ALSO INCLUDE observations of its relationship with the local community and authorities,
  • QUESTIONS ON VOLUNTEER REQUIREMENTS & SUPPORT PAST VOLUNTEERS - have there been any volunteers hosted by this project in the past?
    YesNo
  • Please interview the project operator and provide an outline of the discussion and your observations about the capacity of the project to host veterinary volunteers.
    Please also enquire if there have been any difficulties with volunteers in the past and how/if these were resolved.
  • Person responsible for volunteer care and support- provide the name, email address and phone number for the person
  • If this person is not present, what options do volunteers have if they need help?
  • Outline the project's plans for people and animals in care in the event of a disaster or emergency situation (eg., cyclone, flood, fire).
  • Does the project have policies for child safety & terrorism.
  • Did you sight the organisation's current/valid INSURANCE COVER certificate for volunteers (if it has this cover)?
    YESNONo insurance cover
  • If insurance cover is in place, please provide brief details on the policy and provider here. What is covered under this insurance?
  • What VOLUNTEER SKILLS does the project require?
    YesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNo
  • Please provide any additional information on the volunteer skills needs of the project.
  • How many days per week will volunteers be required to work on the project? What are the work hours on an average day?
  • VetMatch Volunteer Activities - describe an average day's tasks on the the project for a VetMatch veterinary volunteer)
  • Please outline if there are any CONDITIONS (eg., professional registration) or RESTRICTIONS placed on FOREIGN VETERINARIANS (or any other volunteers) by the local government or local authorities?
  • LOCAL TRAVEL & VISA REQUIREMENTS

    Are there any special requirements of ANY FOREIGNER coming to the country or location, eg., visa, permits?
    Also, what is the LEAD TIME required to obtain such documents?
  • VOLUNTEER SUPPORT - what services and facilities does the organisation offer volunteers?
    YesNo YesNo YesNo YesNo YesNo YesNo YesNo YesNo YesNo YesNo YesNo YesNo
  • PREFERRED PLACEMENT TIME for volunteers
    2-3 weeks4-6 weeksAt least 8 weeksMore than 2 monthsOther
  • What TIMING will suit the organisation's requirements for volunteers (taking any seasonal conditions into account, such as monsoon or winter)?
  • VOLUNTEER ACCOMMODATION & FACILITIES - please provide detailed information on the accommodation for volunteers - see the Guidelines document for the important things to be considered. Remember to look for what IS NOT provided as much as what is supplied.
  • What social or tourist activities and opportunities are there for volunteers visiting the project's location?
  • Please use this space to provide additional comment and information you wish to make about your appraisal of the project - thank you.
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