Building resilient communities through protection and EES interventions in the project locations

Funding Information
(USD)
Total Actual Commitment:
1,732,198 USD
Total Planned Commitment:
0 USD
Total Actual Disbursements:
819,188 USD
Total Planned Disbursements:
0 USD
Unallocated Disbursements:
913,010 USD
TOTAL EXPENDITURES:
804,101 USD USD
Additional Information
Project Created By:
tearfund@amp.org
Project Modified By:
tearfund@amp.org
Project Created On:
10/01/2021
Created in workspace:
Tear Fund -Team
 
Identification
Project Title: 
Building resilient communities through protection and EES interventions in the project locations VALIDATED
ID: 
87238117723922

IATI Identifier: 


Gender Marker: 
Directly Supportive

Climate Change Relevance: 
Relevant

Status:  On-Going
Budget Head: 
Status Reason: 

Project Agreement was signed between Social Welfare Council on 27 May,2020


Input: 

 

S.N

Activities

Inputs

Activity 1.1.1

Organize meeting (project sharing /review and reflection) for establishing coordination and partnership among stakeholders at Municipal level ( Municipality, Wards, Agricultural groups, forest user committees CSOs, including political parties)

Technical support, notebook, pen, travel allowance,

Activity 1.1.2

Provide seed/seedlings for kitchen gardening in selected clusters level (2 days).Especially focus to those household who have pregnant and lactating mother.

Seeds, saplings, watering can, technical person, travel allowance

Activity 1.1.3

Materials support for Sloping Agricultural Land Technology (SALT) to selected farmers from poorest family.

A frame, rope, stick, grass seed/planting material/ Seed/deedlings, resource person, travel allowance, notebook, pen

Activity 1.1.4

Materials support for integrated pest management (IPM) to farmers

Bio-pesticides, pheromone, plastic bucket, local materials/botanicals, sprayer, resource person, travel allowance, notebook, pen

Activity 1.1.5

Material support to construct, repair and maintenance the recommended irrigation cannel/drip/sprinkler/plastic ponds in cost share basis

Cement, sand, stone, pipe, sprinkler, water collection tank, resource person, travel allowance, notebook, pen

Activity 1.1.6

Organize inter district learning visit of farmers to have opportunity for best practices.

Travel cost, logistic support

Activity 1.2.1

Provide initial goat support to selected poorest household in cost sharing basis. (Activity will consider livestock and environmental risk management during implementation)

Breeding male Goat, Vaccination, Goat shed improvement materials (construction materials), technical person, notebook, pen

Activity 1.2.2

Initial chicken support to poorest household, who can not involve in goat farming.

chicken, chicken shed construction support, technical person, notebook, pen

Activity 1.2.3

Provide Seed/Sapling to farmers for livestock feed and fodder management (including forage and pasture management to conserve forest)

seeds, saplings, technical person, notebook, pen

Activity 1.2.4

Support to organize sharing and learning event among selected farmers

Breeding male Goat, Vaccination, Goat shed improvement materials (construction materials), technical person, notebook, pen

Activity 1.3.1

Conduct feasibility study on climate change appropriate high value commodities (ginger, vegetable, walnut, turmeric, Apple etc.) to identify the potential commodities for income generation.

Study/research, technical person

Activity 1.3.2

Material support to participants for cultivation of high value commodities (including inter cropping). (Training will focus on environmental friendly cultivation practices and include message about climate change)

Seed/sapling, tools,secateurs, sprayer, plastic, bucket, Bordeaux paste, tehnical person, travel allowance, notbook, pen

Activity 1.3.3

Provide material for Nursery Management of high value commodities.

Secateurs, bucket, grafting knife, sprayer, watering cane, poly bags, rooting medium, tehnical person, travel allowance, notbook, pen

Activity 1.4.1

Vocational skills provided to women and youth including marginalized groups on different appropriate trades as per the current market need

Support materials/seed money, resource person, logistic support

Activity 1.4.2

Provide initial support for women and youth including marginalized groups for establishment of entrepreneurship (Consider for establishment of agro vet service so that the community could also benefit further)

Support materials/seed money, technical support

Activity 2.1.1

Enhance knowledge about negative impact of environment degradation and climate change impact including environmentally-friendly technology

Budget and resource person

Activity 2.1.2

Facilitate the communities for VCA and DRR

Study/research, resource person

Activity 2.1.2

Organize skill development on smokeless stove construction

Technical personnel, materials for training

Activity 2.1.3

Support technologies/materials for establishing smokeless stove at HH level

Construction materials, resource person

Activity 2.2.1

To identify the potential land for tree plantation and conservation with stakeholders consultation 

Land preparation materials, logistic arrangements

Activity 2.2.2

Provide sapling including required materials and equipment for plantation

Saplings, secateurs, bucket, grafting knife, sprayer, watering cane, poly bags, rooting medium, technical person

Activity 2.2.3

Provide support for protection of planted sapling

Materials for sapling protection

Activity 2.2.4

Material support to promote appropriate bioengineering technology

Broom grass saplings, construction materials as per need

Activity 2.3.1

Facilitate for organizing/strengthening municipal and district level agriculture and forest Networks

Budget, resource person, notebook, pen

Activity 2.3.2

Carry out interraction program with stakeholders annually

Budget, resource person, notebook, pen

Activity 2.3.3

Coordination and colaboration for local initiatives

Budget, resource person, notebook, pen

Activity 2.3.4

Carry out joint monitoring with stakeholders annually

Budget, resource person, notebook, pen

Activity 2.3.6

Conduct MPAC

Budget, resource person, notebook, pen

Activity 2.3.7

Establish Accountability Mechanism

Accountability mechnism; sms, charts, toll free number

Activity 3.1.1

Dustbin support for segregation of waste at HH level for waste management

Dustbins, technical support

Activity 3.1.2

Support 'Red and Green dustbin and raise awareness on reduce, reuse and recycle (3R's) of waste

Dustbins, technical support

Activity 3.1.3

Provide materials for carrying out campaign on sanitation and reduction of plastic use (includes fortnightly basis bazaar cleaning with multiple stakeholders)

Dustpan, broom, mask, shovel, container

Activity 3.1.4

Development of 'waste management guideline' at municipality level and publish it in cost share basis with municipality

Technical support on preparing guideline of municipality, travel allowance, guideline printing budget

Activity 3.2.1

Support waste Basket ( DOKO) for putting in appropriate public place

Waste basket

Activity 3.2.2

Provide Material(other technologies) for compost making

Materials support, compost bin,

Activity 3.2.3

Provide Technologies including Machine to local people for Bio-briquettes making

Machine, technical support

Activity 3.2.4

Support for materials making from the plastic, wrappers of junk foods bottles etc.

Materials as needed, technical support

Activity 4.1.1

Carryout assessment of existing and potential livelihood options in the target community

Budget, resource person, notebook, pen

Activity 4.1.2

Identify potential entrepreneur from the target community and form SHG to promote saving habits among group

TAB, technical person, notebook, pen

Activity 4.1.3

Support to develop necessary skills related to SHG

Technical person, notebook, pen

Activity 4.1.4

Provide support to develop business plan (including training), resource identification etc.

Notebook, pen, resource person

Activity 4.1.5

Project inception and orientation event

copy, pen, resource's fee, travel cost and Refreshment

Activity 4.1.6

Identify vulnerable women, migrant returnee, trafficking survivors and SGBV survivors/ need based assessment

copy, pen, resource's fee, travel cost and Refreshment

Activity 4.1.7

Skill development of vulnerable women, migrant returnee, trafficking survivors and SGBV survivors

Seed Money copy, pen, resource's fee, travel cost and Refreshment

Activity 4.1.8

Identify possible Individuals for enterpreneur from most vulnerable HH's

Budget and resource person

Activity 4.1.9

Entrepreneurs skill development support to the target communities-2nd year

Budget and Resource Person

Activity 4.1.10

Enhance skills through learning sharing to the target communities

Budget and Resource Person

Activity 4.1.11

Learning Sharing among group members entrepreneurs

Goat, poultry, shed, sapling, seeds, skills, seed money

Activity 4.2.1

Provide seed money including training and input support for potential and interested SHGs

seed money

Activity 4.2.2

Organize learning sharing reflection and action opportunities among SHGs

Logistic support

Activity 4.2.3

To provide occupational resettlement to vulnerable women, migrant returnees for economic support through IG activities.

Goats, Poultry, Vegetable seeds, technical support

Activity 4.2.4

Start micro credit scheme and link them with relevant cooperative at other financial institution

Seed Money

Activity 4.2.5

Livelihood business materials support

Goat, poultry, shed, sapling, seeds, skills, seed money

Activity 4.2.6

Technical support and monitoring for production

Vetenary and Agricultural Technical human resource support

Activity 4.2.7

Livelihood complimentary support to sustain and flourish business as model

Goat, poultry, shed, sapling, seeds, skills, seed money

Activity 4.3.1

Support to link potential entrepreneurs with local government and other support and services

Registration fee, technical person

Activity 4.3.2

Create awareness about economic opportunity provided by local government and facilitate to tap them

Budget, snacks

Activity 4.3.3

Technical support for vulnerable women with national employer network, associations, chambers of commerce for inclusion and

Copy, pen, technical/resource's fee, travel cost and Refreshment

Activity 4.3.4

Laise with ward office development and relevant organization for resource and trainings

Budget and resources

Activity 4.3.5

Laise and coordinate with youth employment program of government and seek possibility of resource leverages

Budget and resources

Activity 4.4.1

Provide trainings/orientation on good touch/bad touch, SGBV and human trafficking to schools teachers

Technical person, budget, resource, snacks

Activity 4.4.2

Develop skills on institutional management (meeting, taking meeting minutes, role of group members & key position, legal obligation) of SHGs

Technical person, budget, resource, snacks

Activity 4.4.3

Facilitate to instill skills related to identification, analysis and Colflict Management in groups

Technical person,budget, resource, snacks

Activity 4.4.4

To enhance peoples' skill on Antihuman Trafficking, safe migration and SGBV

copy, pen, technical/resource's fee, travel cost and Refreshment

Activity 4.4.5

IEC and BCC materials and guides will be produced on the legal framework with respect to migration and transnational employment

Booklets, pamphlets, brochures

Activity 4.5.1

SHG Group forming

Exposure visit

Activity 4.5.2

Skills supports in account management and record keeping in CBOs

Stationary, Foods, Fees, Travel

Activity 4.5.3

Seed money distribution for saving and credit in SHG

Monetary support 

Activity 4.5.4

Skill support to SHG facilitators about saving and credit

Stationary, Foods, Fees, Travel

Activity 4.5.5

Livelihood business survey for SHG (form & Orientation)

Snacks, Travel, Questionnaire 

Activity 4.5.6

Livelihood business learning session for SHG

Banner, Stationary, Foods, Travel, Fees

Activity 4.5.7

Skills support for Develop Integral Plan

Banner, Stationary, Foods, Travel, Fees

Activity 4.5.8

Thinking exercise (brainstorming sessions) to empower communities

Banner, Stationary, Foods, Travel, Fees

Activity 4.5.9

Material support to CBOs

Monetary support 

Activity 4.5.10

Self Help Group mobilization

Livelihood support 

Activity 5.1.1

Equip and engage CBOs leaders to provide leadership and support for the Transforming Masculinities process and identify gender champion

Notebook, pen, transportation cost, snacks, resource person

Activity 5.1.2

Identify potential/inspired gender champion for Transforming Masculinity Process

Notebook, pen, transportation cost, snacks, resource person

Activity 5.1.3

Mobilize inspired Gender Champions to conduct Community Dialogues to promote Transforming Masculinity in target community

Travel cost, graduation cost, resource person

Activity 5.1.4

Organize women and girls into groups (or strengthen exiting groups where objectives of the group match with the purpose of forming group in this project)

Resource and budget

Activity 5.1.5

Carry out group mobilization and capacity building interventions (Capacity assessment, capacity gap Identification, Organize training to address capacity gaps)

Resource and budget

Activity 5.1.6

Mobilize groups to develop, implement and follow up action plans against identified SGBV and trafficking issues including other relevant issues

Resource and budget

Activity 5.1.7

Follow up group activities and home visits

Resource and budget

Activity 5.2.1

Conduct awareness trainings on human rights, women rights, domestic violence and their consequences

Notebook, pen, transportation cost, snacks, resource person

Activity 5.2.2

Organize awareness raising activities such as; training, workshop, orientation on SGBV, human trafficking, legal provision, human and women rights (develop/use a Manual for regular sessions)

Budget and resource

Activity 5.2.3

Conduct discussion session on sexual and reproductive health targeting men and boys, particularly adolescents

Budget and resource

Activity 5.2.4

AHT Awareness support for community people

Banner, Stationary, Snacks

Activity 5.2.5

Skill support for Women Group facilitator's

Snacks, Travel, Stationary, Fees

Activity 5.2.6

Orientation to school children clubs/students on AHT linked with outcome 2

Snacks, Travel, Stationary, Fees

Activity 5.2.7

Community groups; co-operatives, mothers, user groups members skills support on anti-human trafficking. linked with outcome 2

Snacks, Travel, Stationary, Fees

Activity 5.3.1

Provide trainings on importance of family, the role of men and boys in family, social skills and behavior trainings to families.

Budget and resource

Activity 5.3.2

Inspire men and boys of targeted community to engage in household work (Through inspired Gender Champaign on Transforming Masculinity)

Transportation, snacks and resource

Activity 5.3.3

Facilitate to start family time in each household to listen to each other’s issues, concern and feelings with the help of Gender Chanpaign

Transportation, snacks and resource

Activity 5.3.4

Inspire men and boys to lobby against sexual abuse and gender based violence in school and at home mobilizing Gender Champaign

Transportation, snacks and resource

Activity 5.3.5

Women Group skill supports on trafficking issues; domestic violence, gender equity, employment and family development/ Group learning sessions

Snacks, Banner, Hall rent

Activity 5.3.6

Men’s group skill supports on trafficking issues; domestic violence, gender equity, employment and family development/ Group learning sessions

Snacks, Banner, Hall rent

Activity 5.3.7

Adolescence girls group skill supports on trafficking issues; domestic violence, gender equity, employment and family development/ Group learning sessions

Snacks, Banner, Hall rent

Activity 5.4.1

Provide orientation sessions to Adolescent Group, women group and men group members about safe migration, human trafficking, SGBV

Budget, snacks, resource 

Activity 5.4.2

Prepare & Install hording board on safe migration, trafficking SGBV

Hoarding board 

Activity 5.4.3

Explore creative ways of engaging local media to raise awareness and prevent SGBV and human trafficking

Research inputs, resource person, broadcasting person

Activity 5.4.4

Engage school personnel and students to identify risk behaviors on SGBV & human trafficking

Budget and resource

Activity 5.4.5

Women's group formation and orientation.

Resources like copy, pen, hall rent and management cost

Activity 5.4.6

Men’s Support group formation and orientation

Resources like copy, pen, hall rent and management cost

Activity 5.4.7

Adolescence group formation and orientation.

Resources like copy, pen, hall rent and management cost

Activity 5.4.8

Develop relevant IEC material – posters, publications

Posters, Tracks

Activity 5.4.9

Community Mobilization against Trafficking

Livelihood supports (Money+Material)

Activity 6.1.1

Hold coordination meetings with local stakeholders to form LCCHT

Budget, resource and snacks

Activity 6.1.2

Form ward and municipality level LCCHT

Budget, resource and snacks

Activity 6.1.3

Build capacity of LCCHT members through necessary trainings and workshop (leadership development training, problem analysis and solving training etc.)

Budget, resource and snacks

Activity 6.1.4

Coordinate and inspire LCCHT to respond to trafficking issues effectively

Budget, resource and snacks

Activity 6.1.5

Facilitate LCCHT to develop necessary policy regarding human trafficking

Budget, resource and snacks

Activity 6.1.6

Strengthen LCCHT through sharing and update learnings

Budget, resource and snacks

Activity 6.2.1

Form child/adolescence/youth/women clubs or identify eixisting clubs

Snacks, resource person, notebook, pen

Activity 6.2.2

Provide relevant training to build capacity on SGBV and human trafficking

Snacks, resource person, notebook, pen

Activity 6.2.3

Develop IEC materials and disseminate from clubs

IEC materials development budget and resource

Activity 6.2.4

Provide necessary resources/support and mobilize them to spread awareness on SGBV and human trafficking

Funds, IEC materials development budget and resource

Activity 6.2.5

Support on learning sessions on SGBV and human trafficking issues and encourage them to take responsibility

Notebook, pen, snacks, resource person

Activity 6.2.6

Have intraction sesson about CBOs and community mobilization to respond SGBV, safe migration and human trafficking

Notebook, pen, snacks, resource person

Activity 6.2.7

Develop case management skills (referral) of key CBOs & clubs leaders

Notebook, pen, snacks, resource person

Activity 6.2.8

Enhance skill of local CSOs, HROs on prevention of anti-human trafficking, safe migration and SGBV

copy, pen, technical/resource's fee, travel cost and Refreshment

Activity 6.2.9

Identify to undertake key problems and needs of internal and foreign migrant workers of Nepal

copy, pen, technical/resource's fee, travel cost and Refreshment

Activity 6.2.10

Day celebration

Budget, resource and snacks

Activity 6.2.11

Leadership skills support hand book print & distribute

Handbook (Resource material)

Activity 6.2.12

Leadership skills support on modules to local facilitators (5 skills support for facilitators)-Hetauda

Food, snacks, travel cost, copy, pen, resource person's fee

Activity 6.2.13

Leadership skills support on modules to local facilitators (5 skills support for facilitators)-Bakaiya

Resource peroson's fee, stationary, snacks, food

Activity 6.2.14

Leadership skills support on modules to local facilitators (5 skills support for facilitators)-Manahari

Resource peroson's fee, stationary, snacks, food

Activity 6.2.15

Skills support program to leadership process implemented communities based on need identified in community-1 training

Resource peroson's fee, stationary, snacks, food

Activity 6.2.16

Follow up/coaching and monitoring support

Travels, stationary, snacks, food

Activity 6.2.17

Documents good practice, case studies and publish.

Travels, stationary, snacks, food

Activity 6.2.18

Leadership skill supports for transforming masculinities

Snacks, stationary

Activity 6.2.19

Gender Champion skill supports for transforming masculinities

Travels, food, certificate, technical support-trainig

Activity 6.2.20

Community Dialogue skills support for transforming masculinities

Snacks, stationary, hall fee

Activity 6.2.21

TOT for ETSC staff about transforming musculinities

Snacks, stationary, hall fee, facilitator's fee

Activity 6.2.22

Skill supports in Domestic violence, gender equity, legal provision/human rights, trafficking and family development for target vulnerable communities

Snacks, hall fee, facilitator's fee

Activity 6.2.23

Skill supports to vulnerable target communities leaders on existing policies relating to anti-human trafficking

Snacks, stationary, hall fee, facilitator's fee

Activity 6.2.24

Psychosocial skill development/ couselling event for facilitators

Snacks, stationary, hall fee, facilitator's fee

Activity 6.3.1

Conduct interaction sessions with related stakeholder for improvement of service delivery

Notebook, pen, snacks

Activity 6.3.2

Facilitate to form and mobilize (coordinate with government structure such as LCCHT) inter and intra ward network of women groups /clubs

Notebook, pen, snacks

Activity 6.3.3

Linkage and Networking with district, National line agencies.

Exposure visit, food and snacks, travel fee

Activity 6.3.4

Days Celebration

Budget and resource

Activity 6.3.5

Facilitate to organize coordination meeting of VCPC and LCAHT

Budget and resources

Activity 6.3.6

Skill enhancement learning sharing event

Budget and resources

Activity 6.3.7

Strengthen antihuman trafficking network through sharing and learnings

Budget and resources

Activity 6.3.8

Orientation to business people (hotel and restaurants) about human trafficking and legal provision

Facilitators fee, snacks, stationary

Activity 6.3.9

Skill supports in Leadership for Parents, Child Club, VCPC, LCAHT. (coordination and linkage output)

Facilitators fee, snacks, stationary

Activity 6.4.1

Increase public awareness on SGBV and human trafficking on legal measures and system (in/formal system and policies)

Notebook, pen, resource person

Activity 6.4.2

Facilitate to implement policies related to SGBV, safe migration and human trafficking (citizen charts)

Budget and resource for citizens card and hoarding board

Activity 6.4.3

Observe relevant national and international days jointly

Pamphlets, snacks, notebook, pen

Activity 6.5.1

Document good practice, case stories of positively engaged men and boys and publish for wider sharing

publications budgets and resource

Activity 6.5.2

Facilitate schools & CBOs to develop and implement safeguarding policies within their respective CBOs

Notebook, pen, resource person, snacks

Activity 6.5.3

Conduct learning and reflection meeting with clubs, groups and service provider (RM, ward office, police, schools)

Budget and resource 

Activity 6.5.4

Gaps finding and way forward interaction with likeminded agencies

copy, pen, technical/resource's fee, travel cost and Refreshment

Activity 6.5.5

A vulnerability study will be carried out through key points in the transnational and national women migration

Research

Activity 6.5.6

Survey findings publication, media sharing and consultation for key constituencies

Copy, pen, technical/resource's fee, travel cost and Refreshment

Activity 6.5.7

Project management cost 

Budget. technical person

Activity 6.6.1

Undertake reviews, consultation workshops and capacity self-assessment exercises within the organizations.

Resource person/technical person/budget, tools 

Activity 6.6.2

Organize workshops and consultative discussion sessions to formulate capacity strengthening plans, and define capacity-building strategies and actions.

Budget, resources, technical input

Activity 6.6.3

Organize various capacity-building and sharing activities like training, exposure, accompaniment, secondment, emergency simulations, leadership development workshops, e-learning, coaching, mentoring, peer to peer learning, exchange between partners, on the job training, etc.

Guidelines, training, budget/resources, exposure, coaching, mentoring

Activity 6.6.4

Carry out activities that foster learning and evaluations, humanitarian good practices, coordination, networking, and mobilization, etc. during real-time humanitarian contexts.

Knowledge and ideas- real time practices

Activity 6.7.1

CHFN board member monitoring

Budget and resource

Activity 6.7.2

External Monitoring and Evaluation

Budget and resource

Activity 6.7.3

Government, SWC and other stakeholder monitoring

Budget and resource

Activity 6.7.4

Staff Development

Budget and resource

Activity 6.7.5

program implementation cost

Budget and resource

Activity 6.7.6

Project monitoring

Budget and resource

Activity 6.7.7

Staff Recruitment

Resource and budget

Activity 6.7.8

Hold Annual Review meetings and Social Audit with key stakeholders to review the progress of the project

Resource and budget

Activity 6.7.9

Conduct Mid-term and end of term evaluation of project with key stakeholders.

Resource and budget

Activity 6.7.10

Transportation, equipment, audit and others

Resource and budget

Activity 6.7.11

Monthly planning meeting (Project)

Travel, snacks, stationary

Activity 6.7.12

Organize project information sharing event onto Local Government

Travel allowance for stakeholders and representative, snacks

Activity 6.7.13

Baseline Survey; beneficieries selections

Questionnaire, Stationary, Travel

Activity 6.7.14

Conduct quality/outcome monitoring including the community stakeholders and adolescent in the team.

Exposure visit, travel allowance to local government, stakeholders,

Activity 6.7.15

Conduct Semi-Annual Review meeting

Food and snacks, Travel

Activity 6.7.16

Conduct Annual Review Reflection

Food and snacks, Travel

Activity 6.7.17

SWC Monitoring and Evaluation

Monitoring fees, travel and snacks

Activity 6.7.18

Roll out accountability system (toll free no.)

Phone, recharging costs

Activity 6.7.19

Staff capacity building

Exposure visit, food and travel, allowance

Activity 6.7.20

Monitoring and Evaluation

Internal Monitoring fees, travel and snacks

Activity 6.7.21

Internal Project Support Cost

Budget, travel cost, monitoring from board, meeting

Activity 6.7.22

SWC Evaluation

Evaluation

Activity 6.7.23

Program quality assurance, policy level contribution

Technical person, reports


Outputs: 

1.1. Climate change resilience farming technology promoted

1.2. Livestock rearing practices promoted

1.3. High value commodities promoted (such as vegetables, Turmeric, ginger, walnut, Apple etc.)

1.4. Increased skills of individuals, including women and PWDs in line with the labour market demand

2.1. Increased knowledge about the negative impact of environmental degradation and importance of forest resource management

2.2. Promoted practice on tree plantation in their own land or in public land

2.3. Accountability and local networking promoted

 

3.1. Increased knowledge on HH waste management among the target groups

3.2. Increased skill on recycle of waste among the HHs in the target area of the municipality

 

4.1. Vulnerable people are trained on entrepreneurship opportunities and skills

4.2. Trained vulnerable people are engaged in income generation

4.3. Linkage of new entrepreneurship established with relevant networks and resource centers

4.4. Awareness raised on safer employment

4.5. Self Help Groups formed and equipped

 

5.1. Community group are incapacitated to respond on issues of SGBV

5.2. Enhanced understanding of vulnerable communities on child marriage, disability, human/women rights and legal provisions. (ensure disability integration and inclusion in all areas)

5.3. Value based Family education in the communities promoted (linked with AHT, SGBV, Child Marriage)

5.4. Improved access to information on trafficking and safe migration available in the project area

 

6.1. Capacity of LCCHTs strengthened to respond to trafficking issues

6.2. CBOs trained addressing issues of the communities on AHT, SGBV, Child Marriage, safe migration, disability etc.

6.3. Enhanced coordination with stakeholders including law enforcement agencies, NGOs, Hotel, Restaurants and other actors

6.4. RM, ward offices and local police provide improved and effective services on SGBV and trafficking issues

6.5. Evidences are generated for learning and policy making

6.6. Disaster risk reduction and humanitarian preparedness and response capacity of partner organizations are enhanced.

6.7. Project management and capacity building


Outcome:
  1. Target households have sustainable agricultural production and income sources to provide adequately for their families.
  2. Forest resources in Budhinanda municipality are managed well and used efficiently with a focus on reducing environmental degradation and improving environmental sustainability.
  3. Solid waste in Badimalika municipality is managed well for reducing the negative impact on the environment.
  4. Improved access to safe employment/entrepreneurship opportunities to the vulnerable people in the target area.
  5. Strengthened community structures to address SGBV, Human Trafficking, Child Marriage and discrimination based on age, caste and disability.
  6. Strengthened coordination and collaboration with stakeholder along with capacity building initiatives.

Impact: 

Building resilient communities through protection and EES interventions in the project locations



Budget Type:
Off Budget

Treasury Type:


Humanitarian Aid: No

Planning

Date of Agreement:  05-27-2020
Date of effectiveness:  05-27-2020
Proposed Start Date:  05-27-2020
Actual Start Date:  05-27-2020
Planned Completion Date:  05-26-2023
Location
[Bagmati Pradesh] [Sindhupalchok (Chautara)] 28.0%

[Bagmati Pradesh] [Makwanpur (Hetauda)] 28.0%

[Sudurpashchim Pradesh] [Bajura (Martadi)] 44.0%

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National Plan
[National Development Plan (NDP)]   [Infrastructure Development Policy]   [Environment and Climate Change] 20.0%
[National Development Plan (NDP)]   [Peace, rehabilitation and Inclusive Development]   [Gender Equity, Women Development] 5.0%
[National Development Plan (NDP)]   [Infrastructure Development Policy]   [Alternative Energy] 5.0%
[National Development Plan (NDP)]   [Macroeconomic Policy and Economic Development Policy]   [Agriculture and Food Security] 70.0%
Sectors

PRIMARY SECTORS
Nepal Sector Classification - LOCAL DEVELOPMENT (5.0)%

Nepal Sector Classification - OTHERS - SOCIAL (10.0)%

Nepal Sector Classification - OTHERS - ECONOMIC (10.0)%

Nepal Sector Classification - LIVELIHOOD (75.0)%


Implementing/Executing Agencies

Donor Organization: 
  • Tear Fund

Counterpart Ministry : 
  • Ministry of Women, Children and Senior Citizen 100.0 %

Executing Agency: 
  • Tear Fund 100.0 %

Implementing Agency: 
  • International Nepal Fellowship 100.0 %
Funding
Tear Fund
Transaction Type Transaction Date Type Of Assistance Mode Of Payment Post Earthquake Assistance Aid Type Financing Instrument Amount
Actual Commitment 05-27-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No COVID-19 Pandemic Response Sector Wide Approach 135,851 USD
Actual Commitment 06-18-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No NORMAL CASE Sector Wide Approach 1,596,347 USD
Sub Total Actual Commitment: 1,732,198 USD
Sub Total Planned Commitment: 0 USD
Actual Disbursement 08-07-0202 Grant Aid Direct Payment No NORMAL CASE Sector Wide Approach 35,169 USD
Actual Disbursement 04-30-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No NORMAL CASE Sector Wide Approach 9,675 USD
Actual Disbursement 06-18-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No COVID-19 Pandemic Response Sector Wide Approach 99,123 USD
Actual Disbursement 06-30-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No NORMAL CASE Sector Wide Approach 29,713 USD
Actual Disbursement 07-31-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No NORMAL CASE Sector Wide Approach 6,067 USD
Actual Disbursement 08-07-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No NORMAL CASE Sector Wide Approach 285,801 USD
Actual Disbursement 08-31-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No NORMAL CASE Sector Wide Approach 16,311 USD
Actual Disbursement 09-11-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No COVID-19 Pandemic Response Sector Wide Approach 39,401 USD
Actual Disbursement 09-16-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No COVID-19 Pandemic Response Sector Wide Approach 12,459 USD
Actual Disbursement 07-15-2021 Grant Aid Direct Payment No COVID-19 Pandemic Response Sector Wide Approach 285,468 USD
Sub Total Actual Disbursement: 819,188 USD
Sub Total Planned Disbursement: 0 USD
UNDISBURSED BALANCE: 913,010 USD
Expenditure 04-30-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No NORMAL CASE Sector Wide Approach 9,675 USD
Expenditure 06-18-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No COVID-19 Pandemic Response Sector Wide Approach 99,123 USD
Expenditure 06-30-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No NORMAL CASE Sector Wide Approach 29,713 USD
Expenditure 07-31-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No NORMAL CASE Sector Wide Approach 6,067 USD
Expenditure 08-07-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No NORMAL CASE Sector Wide Approach 305,883 USD
Expenditure 08-31-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No NORMAL CASE Sector Wide Approach 16,311 USD
Expenditure 09-11-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No COVID-19 Pandemic Response Sector Wide Approach 39,401 USD
Expenditure 09-17-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No COVID-19 Pandemic Response Sector Wide Approach 12,459 USD
Expenditure 07-15-2021 Grant Aid Direct Payment No COVID-19 Pandemic Response Sector Wide Approach 285,468 USD
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