Community Sustenance and Implementation Support Programme (COSIS) in Eastern and Central Terai cluster of Nepal

Funding Information
(USD)
Total Actual Commitment:
6,980,420 USD
Total Planned Commitment:
0 USD
Total Actual Disbursements:
4,698,169 USD
Total Planned Disbursements:
0 USD
Unallocated Disbursements:
2,282,251 USD
TOTAL EXPENDITURES:
4,486,309 USD USD
Additional Information
Project Created By:
whh@amp.org
Project Modified By:
whh@amp.org
Project Created On:
10/04/2021
Created in workspace:
Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e.V -Team
 
Identification
Project Title: 
Community Sustenance and Implementation Support Programme (COSIS) in Eastern and Central Terai cluster of Nepal VALIDATED
ID: 
8723829121938

IATI Identifier: 


Gender Marker: 
Directly Supportive

Climate Change Relevance: 
Relevant

Status:  On-Going
Budget Head: 
Status Reason: 

Food and nutrition security, promotion of citizens' empowerment, flood resilience in Siraha, Saptari and Rautahat districts and WASH in Chitwan district of Nepal


Input: 

Component 1

Result 1: Vulnerable households are trained in nutrition-sensitive and climate-smart integrated farming methods and have an improved income

A1.1 Realisation of a participatory situation and vulnerability analysis

A1.2 Establishment/reactivation of 135 (45x3) community-based farmer groups.

A1.3 Training of trainers/ToT for project staff and change agents (Appan Sangi).

A1.4 Implementation of training measures on sustainable integrated farming systems (SIFS) through Farmer Field Schools (FFS).

A1.5 Identification and training of 45 "Local Resource Persons" (LRP)

A1.6 Introduction of climate-resistant crops and riverbed farming

A1.7 Access to credit facilities and revolving funds for farmer’s groups

A1.8 Training of trainers to support agricultural services (repair of pumps and agricultural machinery, water pumps, etc.

A1.9 Facilitating access to farmer insurances in consultation with the government agencies and insurance providers.

A1.10 Implementation of a study on value creation

A1.11 Training in value creation and marketing techniques

A1.12 Supporting the local government in the annual participatory planning for the agricultural sector

A1.13 Construction/rehabilitation of infrastructure

A1.14 Set-up of irrigation systems

A1.15 Master’s theses by German/Nepali students

Result 2: Local Disaster Response Committees (LDRCs) are trained to assist communities in disaster preparedness and management.

A2.1 Establishment/revival of LDRCs.

A2.2 Training for LDRCs and community members/ implementation of awareness campaigns

A2.3 Conducting participatory risk assessments and capacity analyses and developing contingency plans for communities

A2.4 Support for the construction and management of flood protection facilities/measures

A2.5 Construction of safe community shelters with sanitary facilities for emergency care

A2.6 Support and capacity building of the MDRC and Emergency Response Units at community level

A2.7 Support of the MDRC in institutionalizing the information management system

A2.8 Mobilisation of media for mass orientation with regard to disaster prevention measures

A2.9 Development and dissemination of sensitisation materials and information boards at strategic locations at the municipal and local administrative level

A2.10 Equipping local authorities with rescue equipment, emergency funds and early warning systems

Result 3: Target households use their improved knowledge of nutrition and hygiene

A3.1 Creation of a database of mother/women groups

A3.2 Study on traditional nutrition and childcare practices/behaviour

A3.3 Creation of nutritional profiles at the local administration level

A 3.4 Establishment of nutrition camps (NERPs) for moderately malnourished children (MAM) under 5 years of age

A3.5 Support for the creation of nutrition gardens for families with moderately malnourished children

A3.6 Implementation of 90 participatory LANN+ learning and action cycles

A3.7 Coordination with the government

Component 2:

Outcome 1: Improved, sustained access to water, sanitation and hygiene and improved nutritional status of disadvantaged communities through self-help initiatives[1]  (micro level)

 

A1.1: Formative research on the development of solutions specifically adapted to Siraha

 

 

A1.2: Implementation of the Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) approach to induce behavioural changes in WASH

 

A 1.3 Water safety planning and promotion of HH water treatment (non BMZ funded)

 

A 1.4 Construction/rehabilitation/improvement of water supply and sanitation infrastructure (not financed by BMZ)

 

A 1.5 Conduct hygiene/ nutrition behaviour change communication on community/Household level

 

A 1.6 Menstrual hygiene management

 

Outcome 2: Disadvantaged groups and women are economically strengthened through income-generating measures and partnership projects/cooperative initiatives (micro level)

 

A2.1: Scoping study for viable small-scale WASH business models

 

A2.2: Capacity strengthening of entrepreneurs, community groups and cooperatives to grow into provision of WASH products and services

 

A2.3: Improving accesses to financing for WASH microenterprises through cooperative loans, microcredit etc

 

A2.4: Building customer demand for WASH products and services in the municipality

 

Outcome 3: Capacity of local government, service providers and communities strengthened to deliver quality, sustainable and accountable WASH services (meso-level).

 

A3.1: Development of a Municipality-Wide, evidence-based WASH plan, aiming at “services for everyone, everywhere and forever” with strong civil society engagement and accountability in this process

 

A3.2: Strengthening of regulation and accountability frameworks for WASH services in the municipality, such as a platform for stakeholder dialogue; customer complaints mechanisms; transparency in government planning; WASH service quality monitoring processes

 

A3.3: Strengthening municipal authorities’ capacity and systems in areas such as information management, monitoring (including post construction monitoring), and service regulation

 

A3.4: Strengthening capacity of (gender balanced) Water & Sanitation User Committees (WSUCs), and their support structures in the delivery of accountable, equitable WASH services

 

A3.5: Capacity strengthened of local government, service providers and communities (mobilization and empowerment of Women’s groups) to deliver quality, equal integration, sustainable and accountable WASH services for social behavior changes and inclusive decision making

 

A3.6: Supporting the municipalities to hold annual joint sector reviews, to review progress in implementing the Municipal WASH plan, and to allow a platform for communities and civil society to engage with the duty bearers on WASH services

 

Outcome 4: The state and provincial governments take up proven activities from the project in order to institutionalise and scale them (macro level)

 

A4.1: Learning, sharing and knowledge management (documentation, disseminate and interaction) of good practice at the district, provincial and federal level

 

A4.2: Capacitate and partner with local government on technical/institutional processes and support provincial government for policy contribution

 

A.4.3: Networking and communication at wider level e.g. national/regional facilitation, collaboration and replication of best outcomes

Component 3:

Result 1: Knowledge, awareness, and practices of target households on diet diversity, maternal-child care, nutrition sensitive agriculture and WASH are improved

A1.1: Finalize FCHV and change agents

A1.2: Assess target area context and adapt/ adjust LANN sessions and manual

A1.3: Print revised LANN manual and other LANN related materials

A1.4: ToT training to staff + FCHV + change agent

A1.5: Conduct PLA LANN+ (120 groups)

A1.6: ToT on NERP (staffs + FCHV)

A1.7: 6-59-month child screening (in partnership with GoN/ UNICEF), material or training support

A1.8: Referral services of SAM cases

A1.9: NERP for MAM cases (15 days)

A1.10: Follow up of recovered children (15 days)

A1.11: NERP message finalization and IEC material printing (curriculum)

Result 2: Dietary diversity for households, particularly women and children, is increased through promotion of nutrition sensitive and climate smart agriculture

A2.1: ToT of SIFS for staffs + 30 Excellent Group Leader (EGL)

A2.2: Develop excellent SIFS model farm - cost share basis (30 business plan/ landscape/ designing and drawing)/ flex printing

A2.3: Develop 90 good SIFS farms

A2.4: Selection of 8 SIFS Champions

A2.5: SIFS curriculum of 10 sessions, manual, IEC material development

A2.6: Training/ landscape development for 90 Good Group Leader (GGL) by Champion EGL

A2.7: PLA: FFS by 30 EGL (30 Excellent farming groups)

A2.8: develop nutrition garden

A2.9: Kitchen garden development (agri kit support) - focus SAM+MAM families

Result 3: Community based organizations, village level institutions and local government bodies in target areas are capacitated to access government programmes and entitlements

A3.1: Identify Barefoot Planner (Micro Planner)

A3.2: TOT on Micro Planning to staff and micro planner

A3.3: Develop Ward and RMC level Resource+ Social Map (PRA)

A3.4: Develop Ward/ RMC level annual/ periodic plan

A3.5: Strengthen community institution/ institutes

A3.6: Mobilize Community Nutrition Volunteers (FCHV) for interpersonal counseling

A3.7: Develop (print) Manual on nutrition smart micro planning (barefoot planner + Expert)

A3.8: Identify WASH activity in 15 wards (via micro planning)/ Implement WASH activity

Result 4: Enhanced access of government and development actors to data, evidence, information and knowledge on replicable models to guide multi-sectoral programming towards better nutrition

A4.1: Good practice documentation

A4.2: Local government capacity on micro planning (ward level; twice in a year)

A4.3: Advocacy workshop at district/ province/ national levels

A4.4: Public hearing

A4.5: Awareness campaign

Component 4:

Socially marginalized and economically poor citizens are using governmental services and participate actively in local decision-making processes

 

Result 1: The capacities of local government representatives and selected public service providers are increased to apply participatory and inclusive planning processes and to deliver citizen friendly services in the target areas

1.1 Checking the presence of government representatives and staff and their capacity needs

1.2 Training/refreshing participatory local planning processes for local government and health facilities

1.3 Support MCs and wards in annual participatory and inclusive planning processes

1.4 Support in the coordination of community-based organisations, national and international non-governmental organisations

1.5 Support for the adaptation of 3 central government guidelines/programmes at local level

1.6 Activate Nutrition and Food Security Steering Committees

1.7 Facilitate tailor-made trainings/refresher to capacitate

 

1.8 Establish a dialogue platform for annual exchange and learning of wards and municipalities government representatives 

1.9 facilitate to use minimum two accountability tools based on the context,

1.10 Joint monitoring visits with government representatives and thematically staff in the project areas

1.11 Documentation and sharing experiences events of lesion learned /experiences

Result 2: Community Based Organisations (CBOs) and citizens are trained to actively participate in local development planning and decision-making processes

2.1 Developing PLA manuals+ trainings 

2.2 Map, establish and re-activate local CBOs/networks

2.3 Participatory processes for assessing organisational capacity (POCAP)

2.4 Basic training, annual refresher course, follow-up to organisational development

2.5 Annual development and submission of priority documents/plans at ward level for participatory local planning processes

2.6 Assisting community-based in the governmental 7-step planning process

2.7 Create 57 community platforms and facilitate meetings using REFLECT method

2.8 Implement street drama to sensitize citizens

2.9 Implementation of information campaigns (radio programmes, IEC Materials,

Result 3: Socially marginalized and economically poor women are empowered and have increased knowledge in hygiene and nutrition enabling them to get actively involved in local governance and development processes

3.1 Training (incl. annual refresher course) of change agents

3.2 Development women's platforms to conduct debates and dialogues on their rights and entitlements

3.3 Matching funds for MSNP II initiatives for community-based organisations

3.4 Activating a peer-to-peer action network for women to empower themselves and improve health and nutritional knowledge and behaviour

3.5 Support for the monthly examination/screening of children <5 (conducted by government health personnel)

3.6 Implementation of 180 nutrition camps (NERPs) for moderate acute malnutrition from 6-59 months together with government health personnel

3.7 Facilitate training and input support for kitchen garden within built nutrition component

Component 5:

Improved water, sanitation and hygiene situation and behaviour of targeted HH, in hilly Chitwan

 

Result 1: Local level WASH governance is strengthened

A1.1: Develop participatory WASH profile for Rural Municipality (incl. access to safe water, sanitation coverage, representative household assessment of key H&S practices)

A1.2: Develop Participatory RM WASH Plans through joint visioning and planning process between WHH and the municipal authorities

A 1.3: Support Ichhakamana RM in developing RM-wide WASH plan and support implementation through demonstration and dissemination (‘model’ for replication in other areas).

A 1.4: WSUCs refresher trainings and local-led government (ongoing outreach support to all schemes) in the target rural municipalities

A 1.5: Train RM/M, V WASH CCs, WUSCs and School Management committees in O+M, post construction monitoring (including establishing and updating an inventory of the water supply assets in their area), and ODF/ post ODF verification

A 1.6: Initial capacity assessment of new local level leadership to identify where gaps are to provide customized capacity building (e.g. the policy implementation, monitoring systems such as AKVO, asset management, etc.)

A 1.7. Capacity development of local representatives for policy implementation

A 1.8: Exchange visits by other rural municipalities, by provincial government and by the sector stakeholders;

A 1.9: Development of learning/knowledge products for dissemination; presentations at national level

A 1.10: Coordination at various levels to ensure that any monitoring activity, training or system development that is designed for the local level is coordinated at provincial and national level to ensure coherence with sector-wide initiatives, e.g. ensuring monitoring activities in the project are coherent with, and feeding the sector monitoring datasets (e.g. NMIP).

A 1.11: Ensure registration of all 30 WUSCs and water supply schemes with local government structure

A 1.12: Participatory monitoring of service levels through community score cards

A 1.13: Advocacy workshop on safe drinking water

Result 2: Use of safe and potable drinking water is improved

A 2.1: Promote water safety plan at community level and supporting WSUCs to undertake water safety plans, incl. water quality management/ treatment

A 2.2: Policy advocacy on water safety plans with local government

A 2.3: Ensure periodic water quality test with trained GoN and WSUCs

A 2.4: Community level awareness campaign on water quality management, water treatment

A 2.5: Conduct source protection monitoring and periodic yield measurements

A 2.6: Construction and rehabilitation of drinking water supply schemes in communities

A 2.7: Construction and rehabilitation of drinking water supply schemes in schools

A 2.8: Provide technical support for communities and local government in construction and rehabilitation of water supply systems in communities and schools

A2.9: School based WASH awareness campaign

A 2.10: Strengthen the capacity of WUSCs

Result 3: Hygiene and Sanitation practices of target group are improved

A3.1: KAP Survey

A3.2: School based hand washing awareness campaigns/activities are conducted periodically with refreshers

A3.3: Carry out Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) cycle in all communities

A3.4: Communal/ HH (ultra-poor) toilet construction with hand washing facilities in close coordination with RM 

A3.5: Publish and disseminate WASH Information, Education and Communication (IEC) materials publications and dissemination

A3.6: Facilitate Participatory Hygiene and Sanitation Campaigns in the communities (ensure personnel hygiene and privacy are addressed)

A3.7: Exposure visit for community representatives

A3.8: Training to adolescent girls on menstrual hygiene management and reproductive health and ensure post training monitoring

A3.9: Facilitate School WASH plan with school committees for developing in schools (waste, sanitation management)

A3.10: Construct / rehabilitate sanitation facilities in schools (Leverage: Provide including technical support)

A3.11: Formation and mobilization of child clubs

A3.12:  Participatory Hygiene and Sanitation Transformation in all schools

A3.13: WASH awareness training to government FCHVs/ health workers

Component 6:

Community Disaster Management Committees (CDMCs) capacities have strengthened to

adapt (or cope with) from shock and stressors. (ABSORB)

Trans-boundary flood vulnerable communities collaborate to reduce flood risk. (ABSORB)

Flood vulnerable households have enrolled in safety net options. (ABSORB)

Flood vulnerable households have more robust livelihood options. (ADAPTATIVE)

 

Outcome 1: Community Disaster Management Committees (CDMCs) capacities have strengthened to adapt (or cope with) from shock and stressors. (ABSORB)

A 1.1.1 Form new and train CDMCs, task forces on DRR aspects (Search and Rescue, First Aid)

A 1.1.2 Train to CDMCs, different local/rural/municipal, district government and non-government stakeholders on DRR

A 1.1.3 Risk assessment and preparation of Community based disaster risk management plan at different levels (village, ward and municipal)

A 1.1.4 Conduct Mock Drill and simulation exercises in communities.

A 1.1.5 Support life-saving equipment to CDMCs

A 1.1.6 Conduct review, reflection and learning meeting

A 1.1.7 Gender sensitization workshop for CDMC Members

A 1.2.1 Train CDMCs on CBEWS

A 1.2.2 Install flood gauge and telemetric system linking with DEOCs/Barrage.

A 1.2.3 Communication and exchange of information on approaches and methodologies for CDMCs, Trans-boundary citizen forum members and relevant stakeholders

A 1.2.4 Develop IEC materials and educate CDMCs on awareness raising.

1.2.5 Support to local, rural municipal, district EWS committee (improving upstream linkages and verifying water level thresholds - upstream visits and meetings)

A 1.3.1 Train trans-boundary community on various mitigation techniques (bioengineering)

A 1.3.2 Support community on small scale mitigation works.

A 1.3.3 Set up Emergency Fund at the community level in targeted project locations

A 1.3.4 Promote grain banks at the local level.

Outcome 2: Trans-boundary flood vulnerable communities collaborate to reduce flood risk. (ABSORB)

A 2.1.1: Form and strengthen trans-boundary citizen forums for advocacy issues around DRR, EWS.

A 2.1.2: Preparation of rural municipal and district level EWS guideline for strengthening EWS.

A 2.1.3: Conduct a national/state level workshop to disseminate knowledge on Community Based EWS.

A 2.2.1:  Conduct training to CDMCs, trans-boundary citizen forums (on leadership, advocacy)

A 2.2.2:  Conduct exchange visit for learning- sharing of trans-boundary citizens forums

A 2.2.3: Develop SOP for trans-boundary citizen forum on EWS and advocacy

Outcome 3: Flood vulnerable households have enrolled in safety net options. (ABSORB)

A 3.1.1 Promote and strengthen existing, cooperatives/Self-Help Groups (SHGs) and institutional support

A 3.1.2 Provide training to cooperative members (SHGs) and their executive board members on key aspects to access financial services (e.g. group dynamics, leadership finance management, business planning)

A 3.1.3 Establish linkages and coordination between SHGs and government line agencies/financial institutions

A 3.2.1 Orientation to communities on insurance mechanism and facilitate communities to access insurance schemes

A 3.2.2 Develop and train local insurance agent

A 3.2.3 Provide Insurance premium support to farmers through cooperatives in coordination with agri-office schemes and service providers

A 3.2.4 Conduct meeting workshops at community level to create awareness on insurance schemes

Outcome 4: Flood vulnerable households have more robust livelihood options. (ADAPTATIVE)

A 4.1.1 Facilitating linkage between communities, local government and commercial service providers.

A 4.1.2 Develop and train Local Resource Person (LRPs) on agricultural schemes.

A 4.1.3 Support flood resilient agri-inputs and technologies through local private vendor (agro-vet)

A 4.1.4 Support LRPs for running agro-vet outlets

A 4.1.5 Train farmer on climate resilience crops and promote climate smart farming technology.

A 4.1.6 Conduct farmers field schools (FFS) and field day program

A 4.2.1 Nutrition awareness creation / training

A 4.2.2 Input support kitchen garden

A 4.2.3 Conduct Women Diet Diversity Score assessment


Outputs: 

Component 1:

Output 1: Vulnerable households are trained in nutrition-sensitive and climate-smart integrated farming methods and have an improved income

Output 2: Local Disaster Management Committees (LDRCs) are trained to help communities prepare for and manage disasters

Output 3: Target households use their improved knowledge of nutrition and hygiene

Component 2:

Outcome 1: Improved, sustained access to water, sanitation and hygiene and improved nutritional status of disadvantaged communities through self-help initiatives (micro level)

Outcome 2 : Disadvantaged groups and women are economically strengthened through income-generating measures and partnership projects/cooperative initiatives (micro level)

Outcome 3:  Capacity of local government, service providers and communities strengthened to deliver quality, sustainable and accountable WASH services (meso-level)

Outcome 4 : The state and provincial governments take up proven activities from the project in order to institutionalise and scale them (macro level)

Component 3:

Output 1: Knowledge, awareness, and practices of target households on diet diversity, maternal-child care, nutrition sensitive agriculture and WASH are improved

Output 2: Dietary diversity for households, particularly women and children, is increased through promotion of nutrition sensitive and climate smart agriculture

Output 3: Community based organizations, village level institutions and local government bodies in target areas are capacitated to access government programmes and entitlements

Output 4: Enhanced access of government and development actors to data, evidence, information and knowledge on replicable models to guide multi-sectoral programming towards better nutrition

Component 4 :

Output 1: The capacities of local government representatives and selected public service providers are increased to apply participatory and inclusive planning processes and to deliver citizen friendly services in the target areas

Output 2: Community Based Organisations (CBOs) and citizens are trained to actively participate in local development planning and decision-making processes

Output 3: Socially marginalized and economically poor women are empowered and have increased knowledge in hygiene and nutrition enabling them to get actively involved in local governance and development processes

Compenent 5 :

Ouput 1: Local level WASH governance is strengthened

Output 2: Use of safe and potable drinking water is improved

Output 3: Hygiene and Sanitation practices of target group are improved

Component 6 :

Output 1:

  • Community disaster management committees (CDMCs) competent to support communities to prepare and prevent during the flood.(Self organization- learning)
  • Flood vulnerable communities covered by efficient community based trans-boundary early warning system.(Rapidity- Equity)
  • Flood vulnerable households supported with small scale mitigation facilities. (ROBUSTNESS)

Output 2:

  • Trans-boundary citizen forum have used collective action (advocacy) to improve trans-boundary EWS. (SELF ORGANIZATION - SCALE)
  • Trans-boundary citizen forum have competencies to advocate for improved trans-boundary EWS. (SELF ORGANIZATION - SCALE)

Output 3:

  • Flood vulnerable households accessed to financial services. (REDUNDANCY)
  • Flood vulnerable households participated in insurance schemes. (REDUNDANCY)

Output 4:           

  • Flood vulnerable households adapted key flood resilient livelihood options. (ROBUSTNESS)
  • Flood vulnerable households improved their knowledge on nutrition, diversified diets and have a home garden in place. (ROBUSTNESS)

 

 

 


Outcome:

Component 1:

Vulnerable households in flood prone areas of the Kamala River Basin adapt a sustainable resilience mechanism and improve their nutritional practices

Component 2 :

Outcome 1 of the project: Improved, sustained access to water, sanitation and hygiene and improved nutritional status of disadvantaged communities through self-help initiatives (micro level)

Outcome 2 of the project: Disadvantaged groups and women are economically strengthened through income-generating measures and partnership projects/cooperative initiatives (micro level)

Outcome 3 of the project: Capacity of local government, service providers and communities strengthened to deliver quality, sustainable and accountable WASH services (meso-level).

Outcome 4 of the project: The state and provincial governments take up proven activities from the project in order to institutionalise and scale them (macro level)

Component 3 :

Undernutrition in target areas is reduced through improved care practices and dietary diversity

Component 4 :

Socially marginalized and economically poor citizens are using governmental services and participate actively in local decision-making processes

Component 5 :

Improved water, sanitation and hygiene situation and behaviour of targeted HH, in hilly Chitwan

Component 6:

Outcome 1: Community Disaster Management Committees (CDMCs) capacities have strengthened to adapt (or cope with) from shock and stressors. (ABSORB)

Outcome 2: Trans-boundary flood vulnerable

Outcome 3: Flood vulnerable households have enrolled in safety ne

Outcome 4: Flood vulnerable households have more robust livelihood options. (ADAPTATIVE)


Impact: 

Component 1:

Vulnerable households in flood prone areas of the Kamala River Basin adapt a sustainable resilience mechanism and improve their nutritional practices

Component 2:

Improved health and nutritional status of the Siraha District population through strengthened WASH governance and the provision of basic water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services; gender equality and empowerment of disadvantaged groups in Siraha

Component 3:

To contribute to food and nutrition security (SDG 2) amongst women of reproductive age and young children vulnerable and food insecure families in Nepal, Bangladesh and India

Component 4:

Citizen Empowerment is strengthened through institutionalization of participatory and inclusive development in two municipalities in Rautahat and Saptari districts.

Component 5:

Citizen Empowerment is strengthened through institutionalization of participatory and inclusive development in two municipalities in Rautahat and Saptari districts.

Component 6:

The overall goal of the project is to ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation in hilly areas of Chitwan district



Budget Type:
Off Budget

Treasury Type:


Humanitarian Aid: No

Planning

Date of Agreement:  10-23-2019
Date of effectiveness: 
Proposed Start Date: 
Actual Start Date: 
Planned Completion Date:  10-22-2023
Extension Date 1:  04-22-2024
Location
[ Narayani ] [Rautahat (Gaur)] 12.0%

[ Narayani ] [Chitwan (Bharatpur)] 17.0%

[Sagarmatha ] [Saptari (Rajbiraj)] 32.0%

[Sagarmatha ] [Siraha (Siraha)] 39.0%

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National Plan
[National Development Plan (NDP)]   [Social Development Policy]   [Drinking Water and Sanitation] 60.0%
[National Development Plan (NDP)]   [Macroeconomic Policy and Economic Development Policy]   [Agriculture and Food Security] 27.0%
[National Development Plan (NDP)]   [Good Governance and Human Rights]   [Good Governance (GG)] 13.0%
Sectors

PRIMARY SECTORS
Nepal Sector Classification - HEALTH (14.0)%

Nepal Sector Classification - DRINKING WATER (13.0)%

Nepal Sector Classification - AGRICULTURE (3.0)%

Nepal Sector Classification - IRRIGATION (1.0)%

Nepal Sector Classification - MISCELLANEOUS (62.0)%

Nepal Sector Classification - LIVELIHOOD (3.0)%

Nepal Sector Classification - FINANCIAL SERVICES (4.0)%


Implementing/Executing Agencies

Donor Organization: 
  • Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e.V

Counterpart Ministry : 
  • Ministry of Agriculture, Land Management and Cooperatives 0.0 %
  • Ministry of Water Supply 0.0 %

Executing Agency: 
  • Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e.V 100.0 %

Implementing Agency: 
  • NGOs 100.0 %
Funding
Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e.V
Transaction Type Transaction Date Type Of Assistance Mode Of Payment Post Earthquake Assistance Aid Type Financing Instrument Amount
Actual Commitment 01-01-2018 Grant Aid Cash No NORMAL CASE Project Support 6,200,998 USD
Actual Commitment 09-13-2021 Grant Aid Cash No NORMAL CASE Project Support 540,655 USD
Actual Commitment 04-06-2022 Grant Aid Cash No NORMAL CASE Project Support 238,767 USD
Sub Total Actual Commitment: 6,980,420 USD
Sub Total Planned Commitment: 0 USD
Actual Disbursement 12-31-2019 Grant Aid Cash No NORMAL CASE Project Support 2,350,454 USD
Actual Disbursement 06-30-2020 Grant Aid Cash No NORMAL CASE Project Support 1,034,783 USD
Actual Disbursement 12-31-2020 Grant Aid Cash No NORMAL CASE Project Support 813,106 USD
Actual Disbursement 06-30-2021 Grant Aid Cash No NORMAL CASE Project Support 499,826 USD
Sub Total Actual Disbursement: 4,698,169 USD
Sub Total Planned Disbursement: 0 USD
UNDISBURSED BALANCE: 2,282,251 USD
Expenditure 12-31-2019 Grant Aid Cash No NORMAL CASE Project Support 2,149,089 USD
Expenditure 06-30-2020 Grant Aid Cash No NORMAL CASE Project Support 863,359 USD
Expenditure 12-31-2020 Grant Aid Cash No NORMAL CASE Project Support 883,318 USD
Expenditure 06-30-2021 Grant Aid Cash No NORMAL CASE Project Support 590,543 USD
Progress Achieved

Progress Achieved: 

 


Key Problems: 

 


Steps Taken to solve the problem: 

 


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