Government of Nepal
Ministry of Finance
AID MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR NEPAL
Human Resources, Funding, Capacity building, relief and recovery materials, partners, assessments/research
Output 1.1: At least 300,000 people have improved access to, and use culturally appropriate sanitation facilities in Oxfam’s target areas
Output 1.2: At least 350,000 targeted people are able to prepare for and mitigate WaSH related diseases risk
Output 1.3 : At least 300,000 people have improved access to, and use potable water for drinking in displaced camps and homes within 6 months
Output 2.1: At least 4,900 households are supported to meet their basic food) needs in the immediate relief phase and during the 12 month period post earthquake.
Output 2.2 : At least 18,700 marginalized and vulnerable men and women are supported with assets to promote immediate resumption of normal livelihood activities and contribute to early recovery.
Output 2.3: At least 12,500 poor socially excluded and vulnerable men and women are supported in stabilizing and rebuilding more resilient livelihood and food security strategies during the post disaster period. geted people are able to prepare for and mitigate WaSH related diseases risk
Output 2.4: Support to 35 community organisations and systems that strengthen the agency of women and men smallholders, producers, service providers and wage workers as they engage economically, socially and politically.
Output 2.5 : National and district-level livelihood profiles and market mapping + assessment and overall sector analysis contribute to evidence-based programming and increased capacity to influence government, private sector and other actors to create an enabling policy environment for post EQ food security and livelihoods recovery.
Output 3.1: At least 40,000 Earthquake affected households especially the women headed households have access to adequate and appropriate emergency shelter items, reducing their vulnerability and ensuring immediate protection from being exposed to living in the open
Output 3.2 : At least 7,000 vulnerable households are supported with materials, tools and knowledge to build Improved Temporary Shelters by the end of 2015 sed to living in the open
Output 3.3 : Communities have increased awareness of safe shelter and insulation techniques by the end of 2015 sed to living in the open
Output 3.4 : Adequate and appropriate resources are available in the market to facilitate self-recovery and reconstruction for affected families 2015 sed to living in the open
Output 4.1 : Oxfam partners have delivered interventions for women at risk. for affected families 2015 sed to living in the open
Output 4.2 : Women, especially from marginalized groups, actively campaign for citizenship and land rights.
Output 4.3 : Community women actively participate in informed dialogues with multiple stakeholders demanding equal say decision making.
Output 4.4 : Oxfam programmes are supported to ensure gender is prioritized. for affected families 2015 sed to living in the open
350,000 of the most earthquake affected people have increased access to, and make optimal use of, improved water and sanitation facilities, and take action to protect themselves against threats to public health
Outcome 2: At least 19,000 poor, socially excluded and vulnerable men and women are able to meet critical basic needs and restart livelihood:, re-establish basic assets base and access basic services, in the aftermath of the Nepal 2015 earthquake
Outcome 3: To ensure that 50,000 earthquake affected families have access to sufficient resources in order to avail safer and dignified living spaces. , re-establish basic assets base and access basic services, in the aftermath of the Nepal 2015 earthquake
Outcome 4: Support existing community based women’s rights groups to design and implement interventions for women at risk in the affected VDCs.
Contribute to Improved health conditions, reduced risk of malnutrition and promotion of livelihoods recovery among earthquake affected population in Nepal.
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