Post Earthquake Reconstruction Programme in Nepal - Building Back Better

Funding Information
(USD)
Total Actual Commitment:
82,762,139 USD
Total Planned Commitment:
0 USD
Total Actual Disbursements:
58,255,811 USD
Total Planned Disbursements:
0 USD
Unallocated Disbursements:
24,506,328 USD
TOTAL EXPENDITURES:
0 USD USD
Additional Information
Project Created By:
nrijal@mof.gov.np
Project Modified By:

Project Created On:
08/11/2021
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Identification
Project Title: 
Post Earthquake Reconstruction Programme in Nepal - Building Back Better VALIDATED
ID: 
8723875615419

IATI Identifier: 


Gender Marker: 
Indirectly Supportive

Climate Change Relevance: 
Relevant

Status:  On-Going
Budget Head: 
Status Reason: 

 


Input: 
  • The 6 year post-earthquake reconstruction programme started in May 2016 at the completion of DFID's humanitarian operations in country.
  • The project in its initial year has provided an array of support to meet immediate priorities of both the GoN's National Reconstruction Authority and vulnerable populations residing in some of the most affected earthquake areas. For example DFID is supporting the Housing Recovery and Reconstruction Platform (HRRP) for coordination and information management of the housing reconstruction sector; activated water and trail related programming in Gorkha, Rasuwa, Dhading and Nuwakot (DFID's focal districts); providing technical assistance to the NRA; supporting a programme on durable solutions for those displaced by the earthquake; contributed resources to the GoN's housing reconstruction cash grant programme for families whose houses have been completely or majorly damaged; enrolling of individuals to the GoN's housing grant programme in 11 most affected districts; geo-hazard assessments of over 500 vulnerable sites; housing damage survey in additional 17 moderately affected districts amongst others.
  • DFID Reconstruction Prgramme team is based in Kathmandu (headead by the Reconstruction Team Leader, Senior Reconstruction Advisor, Programme Manager and a Programme Officer); DFID also has Field Officers based in Gorkha,Dhading, Rasuwa and Nuwakot who are the main district focal points and lead on monitoring activities of DFID's work in the districts

Outputs: 

Three overarching outputs of the programme include:

  • Build back, better infrastructure and services: This will operate in 4 intervention districts (Dhading, Nawakot, Ghorka, Rasuwa) and aim to build back better public infrastructure and services, targeting the poorest and most vulnerable, including women and girls. Outputs include, but not limited to,  Technical Assistance to support the operationalization of the Post Disaster Recovery Framework in the focal districts, financing of priority public and community infrastructure amongst others.
  • Leave No-One Behind: Through our programming we will put the poorest and most vulnerable at the centre of the programme. The reconstruction process opens up an opportunity to support the poorest people’s access to basic needs, test what works and aim to improve the GoN social protection systems to flex and respond to emergencies or specific vulnerabilities.  Outputs include cash for work programming targeting the most vulnerable, establishing a challenge fund that supports activities/projects targeting the most poor and ensuring no one is left behind in the reconstruction efforts.
  • Develop and deepen credible relationships via capacity building and coordination support: We know from experience that meaningful and genuine policy dialogue requires deep engagement and solid relationships. DFID aims to invest time and resources at both the local and central levels (e.g. National Reconstruction Authority) to build a platform to share insights on what works (and doesn’t) to support the GoN deliver the best outcomes from the reconstruction investments/efforts. Outputs include supporting key coordination mechanisms amongst others.

Outcome:

Linked to the outputs the short to medium term outcomes include:

  • Build back, better infrastructure and services: operationalizing of the Post Disaster Recovery Framework in the four focal districts, priority public and community infrastructure built back better nand increased investment by private sector in high potential area/sectors.
  • Leave No-One Behind: Identifying the most vulnerable individuals and ensuring no one is left behind in the on-going reconstruction efforts
  • Develop and deepen credible relationships via capacity building and coordination support: ensure effective engagement and co-coordination of reconstruction activities and provide technical assistance on needs basis; we are keen to ensure continuous engagement with beneficiaries to learn what works (and doesn’t) and ensure an adaptive programming approach.

Impact: 

Through the £83 million post-earthquake reconstruction programme we aim to ensure all reconstruction activities contribute towards the vision of building back better, that the poorest and most vulnerable are not left behind in on-going reconstruction efforts, that there is a transformative impact for women and girls, and that the reconstruction effort leads to long-term positive change. 



Budget Type:
Off Budget

Treasury Type:


Humanitarian Aid: No

Planning

Date of Agreement:  04-02-2017
Date of effectiveness:  04-01-2017
Proposed Start Date:  04-01-2017
Actual Start Date:  04-01-2017
Planned Completion Date:  03-31-2022
Extension Date 1:  04-01-2017
Location
[NEPAL] 100.0%

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National Plan
[National Development Plan (NDP)]   [Infrastructure Development Policy]   [Information and Communication] 20.0%
[National Development Plan (NDP)]   [Peace, rehabilitation and Inclusive Development]   [Inclusion] 30.0%
[National Development Plan (NDP)]   [Infrastructure Development Policy]   [Rural Infrastructure] 50.0%
Sectors

PRIMARY SECTORS
Nepal Sector Classification - EARTHQUAKE RECONSTRUCTION (100.0)%


Implementing/Executing Agencies

Donor Organization: 
  • Department for International Development

Counterpart Ministry : 
  • Nepal Reconstruction Authority 100.0 %

Executing Agency: 
  • Nepal Reconstruction Authority 100.0 %

Implementing Agency: 
  • CARE Nepal 32.0 %
  • United Nations Development Programme 8.0 %
  • People in Need 21.0 %
  • Action Contre La Faim 11.0 %
  • UNOPS 11.0 %
  • International Organization for Migration 6.0 %
  • World Food Programme 11.0 %
Funding
Department for International Development
Transaction Type Transaction Date Type Of Assistance Mode Of Payment Post Earthquake Assistance Aid Type Financing Instrument Amount
Actual Commitment 09-01-2016 Grant Aid Direct Payment Yes NORMAL CASE Program Based Support 82,762,139 USD
Sub Total Actual Commitment: 82,762,139 USD
Sub Total Planned Commitment: 0 USD
Actual Disbursement 03-31-2017 Grant Aid Direct Payment Yes NORMAL CASE Program Based Support 8,274,808 USD
Actual Disbursement 03-30-2018 Grant Aid Direct Payment Yes NORMAL CASE Program Based Support 16,719,891 USD
Actual Disbursement 03-31-2019 Grant Aid Direct Payment Yes NORMAL CASE Program Based Support 8,081,844 USD
Actual Disbursement 03-31-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment Yes NORMAL CASE Program Based Support 12,144,502 USD
Actual Disbursement 03-31-2021 Grant Aid Direct Payment Yes NORMAL CASE Program Based Support 8,884,271 USD
Actual Disbursement 03-31-2022 Grant Aid Direct Payment Yes NORMAL CASE Program Based Support 3,947,718 USD
Actual Disbursement 09-19-2022 Grant Aid Direct Payment Yes NORMAL CASE Program Based Support 202,776 USD
Sub Total Actual Disbursement: 58,255,811 USD
Sub Total Planned Disbursement: 0 USD
UNDISBURSED BALANCE: 24,506,328 USD
Progress Achieved

Progress Achieved: 

 


Key Problems: 

 


Steps Taken to solve the problem: 

 


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