Government of Nepal
Ministry of Finance
AID MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR NEPAL
1 At least # of people have access to household level/long-term hygienic sanitation facilities
2. At least # ofpeople have sustained access to adequate and safe drinking water supply
3. # ofPeople have improved knowledge of good personal hygiene behavior. (mostly indirect beneficiaries)
4. # of M/V/D-WASH-CC and # of Water Users Committee (WUCs) strengthened to enable the sustainability of WASH Projects
5. # of households are supported to meet their basic food security needs
6. # of households are supported to restore their livelihoods
7. # of poor, socially excluded and vulnerable households have built more resilient livelihoods.
8. Communities are engaged in land right advocacy and networking.
9. # of vulnerable households in earthquake affected communities have access to resources to support long term reconstruction
10. # of earthquake affected households have access to construction resources to support livelihood
11. Vulnerable and marginalized beneficiaries have equal access to Oxfam assistance, including participation and enjoy safe environment
12. Targeted community members and stakeholders have awareness and knowledge of post-earthquake related incidents like legal rights, single women
13. Increased knowledge of targeted people about procedures to claim their rights related to recovery activities
14. Oxfam and partners' staff have increased capacity in addressing issues related to protection and gender in the EQ recovery process
15. Disaster management plans developed
16. Knowledge and capacity of targeted communities on disaster risk reduction (DRR) strengthened
17. Disaster risk reduction (DRR) measures are integrated into earthquake recovery and reconstruction plans and programmes
18. Sustained dialogue and communication with local and district authorities and other strategic agencies including media is institutionalised
19. District/VDC authorities address the issues of vulnerable communities including landless and single women while implementing post earthquake plans and programmes
20. Positive stories covered by local, national, international and social media on the works carried out focusing on humanitarian and sustainable development programmes by Oxfam and partners
To contribute to gender responsive sustainable recovery and reconstruction reducing risk and increasing resilience among vulnerable earthquake affected households.To contribute to gender responsive sustainable recovery and reconstruction reducing risk and increasing resilience among vulnerable earthquake affected households.
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