Program for Promotion of Safe Migration, Protection of Migrant’s Rights and Combating Trafficking in Nepal

Funding Information
(USD)
Total Actual Commitment:
1,106,158 USD
Total Planned Commitment:
0 USD
Total Actual Disbursements:
0 USD
Total Planned Disbursements:
0 USD
Unallocated Disbursements:
1,106,158 USD
TOTAL EXPENDITURES:
0 USD USD
Additional Information
Project Created By:
awo@amp.org
Project Modified By:
awo@amp.org
Project Created On:
12/21/2020
Created in workspace:
AWO International -Team
 
Identification
Project Title: 
Program for Promotion of Safe Migration, Protection of Migrant’s Rights and Combating Trafficking in Nepal VALIDATED
ID: 
87238117723841

IATI Identifier: 


Gender Marker: 
Directly Supportive

Climate Change Relevance: 
Neutral

Status:  On-Going
Budget Head: 
Status Reason: 

On going


Input: 

- Awareness raising programs (radio program & jingles, Theater play, poster, calendar, flex, hoarding boards) on safe labor migration and trafficking in persons, Day against TIP celebration.

- Baseline and end line surveys,

-Establishment/Strengthening of Migration information help desks/ Centers,

-Training to Counselors on Non-violent Communication and counselling & Information on Safe labor migration & TIP.

- Interaction with journalists & exploring the issues

- Livelihood development training and input support (vocational training, Entrepreneurship Development Trainings)

- Initial materials support for business starter (upon contributory principle).

-Small scale Micro Enterprises Management Training.

- Registration support for the entrepreneurs.

-Small scale Irrigation schemes

- Counselling services migrant/potential women migrant workers through YEG's Support Desk in municipality.

- Coordination and linkage for vocational training and local resource mobilization with local government,

- Interaction and coordination meeting with Local government, province government and stakeholders in district level, political party representatives and other stakeholders.

-Coordination and linkage with different stakeholders for need identification, rapport building and market management,

-Formation and strengthening of Youth Empowerment Groups (YEGs) and Government’s existing social structures.

- CPAC, MPAC and LPAC meetings.

- Social/public audits

 


Outputs: 

1.1 Community people are aware on Safe labor migration and human trafficking issues.

1.2. IEC materials on SM & HT are developed, published and disseminated.

1.3. Radio programs are developed and broadcasted on SM & HT issues.

1.4. Multipliers are sensitized and motivated on safe labor migration and human trafficking issues. Motivated on safe labor migration and human trafficking issues.

1.5. Youth Empowerment Groups are formed in ward level.

1.6. Youth Empowerment Groups are trained on SM, HT, leadership, team mobilization, communication, advocacy, coordination and counseling.

1.7. Youth Empowerment Groups are supported to work in the issues of SM & HT in their communities.

1.8. Youth Empowerment Groups are better prepared to work on their own and in collective approach with local government and stakeholders on safe labor migration and anti-human trafficking issues.

1.9. YEGs meet regularly after they formed.

2.0. Target community members are trained on basic self-entrepreneurship, business planning, vocational trainings and utilizing local resources for income generation skills.

2.1. Community members are supported to run their income generative plan.

2.2. Community people are aware on the different alternatives of income generation and employment opportunities in their communities. 

2.3. Local governments and stakeholders are sensitized about the need of income generative activities and entrepreneurship to reduce migration and for sustainable promotion of community livelihood. 

2.4 Safe labor migration and anti-human trafficking related radio program are developed and broadcasted 

2.5. IEC materials, hoarding boards are developed/distributed and installed in strategic location for public awareness  

2.6. Potential migrants  and migrants families, youth are aware on safe labor migration and anti-human trafficking    

2.7. Local, District stakeholder and beneficiaries in the working communities are aware on SM, AHT, GBV       

2.8. Students and parents are aware on safe labor migration and anti-human trafficking   

2.9. Media positively raised the project issues in their publications            

3.0. Local government internalized and initiated  social policy dialogue on safe labor migration and prevent human trafficking        

3.1. Social structures are mobilized for safe labor migration, anti-human trafficking, GBV 

3.2. District migrant network have deeper knowledge and worked pro-actively for safer labor migration           

3.3 Migrant information centers are well established and operated in mutual understanding with local government   

3.4. Spouse groups are formed and mobilized for safe labor migration and anti-human trafficking 

3.5. Returnee who faced problems in destination, family of missing migrant and human trafficking survivors trained on vocational skill building.  

3.6. Returnee who faced problems in destination,  family of missing migrant and human trafficking survivors have received training on  livelihood implementation plan (LIP)

3.7. Survivors of human trafficking, missing migrant families, returnee who faced problems in destination, received psychosocial counselling training 

3.8. Returnee who faced problems in destination,  family of missing migrant and human trafficking survivors developed capacity on business counselling

3.9. Returnee who faced problems in destination,  family of missing migrant and human trafficking survivors have received livelihood start up support

4.0. Returnee who faced problems in destination, stranded migrants, family of missing migrant and human trafficking survivors have received emergency/legal support   

4.1 Cluster level networks and Local Government initiated the process for recognition and provision to check in within local government system

4.2. Local Government actors and representatives from Cluster level network have engaged for Global compact for safe orderly and regular migration implementation at local level

4.3 Local government stakeholders are aware and functionalize SM and HT policy

4.4 CDC- SM members are aware on SM and HT.

4.5 Relevant stakeholders and CBOs are strengthen on SM and AHT.

4.6 Local media persons are sensitized  on SM and AHT to promote and report  the issues of SM and AHT from the community level

4.7 Community and school students of project areas have access to knowledge on human trafficking and safe labour migration.

4.8 Production of IEC materials, production and broadcasting of radio program for mass awareness.

4.9 Potential migrants are aware on SM and AHT legal procedure.

4.10 Targeted beneficiaries are trained and have inputs for engaging in Entrepreneurship (small scale businesses)

5.0 Targeted beneficiaries have knowledge and input support for On-Farm IGA.

5.1 Trained Beneficiaries have knowledge and input for Off Farm IGA in Poultry farming, Bee keeping and Goat farming

5.2 Targeted Households have irrigation  facilities  for water supply for agriculture through Irrigation canal, boaring  system and water pump


Outcome:

1. Target beneficiaries started to adopt informed migration and enjoying migrant rights through better services from stakeholders.

2. Youth Empowerment Groups are capacitated to   work actively with different local stakeholders and local government to promote safe labor migration and against human trafficking.

3. Families and victims of unsafe labor migration & potential migrants enjoy better livelihood options.

4. Potential Migrants & Community adopted Safe Labor Migration Practices 

5. Social Structures and Local Government  Addressed Safe Labor Migration, Anti-Human Trafficking  

6-Returnee who faced problems in destination, human trafficking survivors, family of missing migrants and community enhanced livelihood opportunities

7- Lead social structure (Cluster level Networks) is in within local government system and Advocate to ensure the rights of migrant workers at Local level.

8- Needy entrepreneurs from targeted area have improved their socio-economic status through practicing/engaged in small scale micro enterprises in group or scale up their own Individual  business

9- Men women youth unsafe migrants and potential migrants have access to knowledge on human trafficking and safe labor migration.

10. Potential migrants, Returnees migrants and Survivors of Human Trafficking will have increased access to income generation tools, skill and livelihood

 


Impact: 

Enable access to information on informed labour migration and human trafficking elevating gainful livelihood opportunities, strengthening and formation of local social structures/migrants community groups in the project areas.  



Budget Type:
Off Budget

Treasury Type:


Humanitarian Aid: No

Planning

Date of Agreement:  01-01-2020
Date of effectiveness:  01-01-2020
Proposed Start Date:  01-01-2020
Actual Start Date:  01-01-2020
Planned Completion Date:  12-31-2022
Location
[Bagmati Pradesh] [Makwanpur (Hetauda)] 20.0%

[Sudurpashchim Pradesh] [Kanchanpur (Mahendara Nagar)] 20.0%

[Bagmati Pradesh] [Kathmandu (Kathmandu)] 20.0%

[Sudurpashchim Pradesh] [Doti (Dipayal)] 20.0%

[Province 1] [Ilam (Ilam)] 20.0%

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National Plan
[National Development Plan (NDP)]   [Macroeconomic Policy and Economic Development Policy]   [Labour and Employment] 47.0%
[National Development Plan (NDP)]   [Macroeconomic Policy and Economic Development Policy]   [Poverty Alleviation] 20.0%
[National Development Plan (NDP)]   [Macroeconomic Policy and Economic Development Policy]   [Agriculture and Food Security] 33.0%
Sectors

PRIMARY SECTORS
Nepal Sector Classification - LABOUR (50.0)%

Nepal Sector Classification - LIVELIHOOD (50.0)%


Implementing/Executing Agencies

Donor Organization: 
  • AWO International
  • Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development

Counterpart Ministry : 
  • Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security 100.0 %

Executing Agency: 
  • AWO International 100.0 %

Implementing Agency: 
  • NGOs 0.0 %
Funding
Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development
Transaction Type Transaction Date Type Of Assistance Mode Of Payment Post Earthquake Assistance Aid Type Financing Instrument Amount
Actual Commitment 01-01-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No NORMAL CASE Budget Support 1,106,158 USD
Sub Total Actual Commitment: 1,106,158 USD
Sub Total Planned Commitment: 0 USD
Sub Total Actual Disbursement: 0 USD
Sub Total Planned Disbursement: 0 USD
UNDISBURSED BALANCE: 1,106,158 USD
Progress Achieved

Progress Achieved: 

 


Key Problems: 

 


Steps Taken to solve the problem: 

 


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