Transformed People-Transformed Communities (2020-2025)

Funding Information
(USD)
Total Actual Commitment:
1,998,885 USD
Total Planned Commitment:
0 USD
Total Actual Disbursements:
1,449,653 USD
Total Planned Disbursements:
0 USD
Unallocated Disbursements:
549,232 USD
TOTAL EXPENDITURES:
639,949 USD USD
Additional Information
Project Created By:
fidanepal@amis.org
Project Modified By:

Project Created On:
10/31/2021
Created in workspace:
FIDA international Workspace -Team
 
Identification
Project Title: 
Transformed People-Transformed Communities (2020-2025) VALIDATED
ID: 
87238117724004

IATI Identifier: 


Gender Marker: 
Directly Supportive

Climate Change Relevance: 
Relevant

Status:  On-Going
Budget Head: 
Status Reason: 

This project is the continuation of the previous project phase. 


Input: 

1. Livelihood Component: Software

1.1 Provide consultation to farmers/ Mothers Group/ WASH Groups to create business/ livelihood plans and organize needed livelihood trainings based on business/ livelihood plans.

1.2 Provide Saving and Loan training to groups 

1.3 Organize career counselling training and provide consultation to develop career plans for youth in communities and schools for future employment

2. Livelihood Component: Hardware

2.1 Provide matching seed money to groups/ families based on their business/ livelihood plans

2.2 Support for water supply to communities by matching fund with local government

2.3 Support small scale irrigation systems for farmers by matching fund with local government

3. Education Component: Software

3.1Capacity building trainings (need based) for teachers, School Management Committees and PTAs on child friendly teaching and learning pedagogy and School Improvement Plan 

3.2 Empower Child Clubs for awareness raising on child rights, trafficking, corporal punishment, Gender based violence, sexual violence, and self-defense in working areas 

3.3 Capacity building training to Mothers Group on parental mobilization, child rights and guiding education of children in household level

4. Education Component: Hardware

4.1 Provide teaching/ learning material support to schools by matching fund with local government. 

4.2 Provide career counselling and support to youth for Vocational Training that lead to employment

4.3 Provide physical infrastructure (classrooms) maintenance support to schools by matching fund with local government

4.4 Support to schools for safe drinking water supply by matching fund with local government

4.5 Model toilet construction by matching fund with local government

4.6 Support playing materials to schools by matching fund with local government

4.7 Support computer to schools for piloting digital literacy by matching fund with local government

5. Health Component: Software

5.1 Conduct monthly WASH group meetings.

5.2 Conduct orientation and capacity building training on Total Behavior Change (TBC),  WASH and Nutrition related themes.

5.3 Conduct awareness on Sexual Reproductive Heal and Rights (SRHR), and HIV and AIDS.

6. Health Component: Hardware

6.1Install 400 deep handpumps for safe drinking water in cooperation with local government and communities.

6.2 Conduct water test

6.3 Public toilet construction to contribute to reach Total Sanitation by matching fund with local government

6.4 Organize health Camp to the children by matching fund with local government.

7. Coordination, Monitoring, and Evaluation

7.1 Organize and participate coordination (PAC/ CPAC) meetings in Municipality, District and Central level. 

7.2 Conduct monitoring and evaluation of Programme in working areas

7.3 Conduct social audit annually in working areas

8. Cross Cutting Themes (DRR and Environment)

8.1 Conduct awareness training on Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR).

8.2 Organize/ Co-organize Environmental awareness and tree plantation in coordination with local government


Outputs: 

1. Increased productive assets of 500 families to strengthen the adequate living standard.

2. Strengthen Community Groups to support families for their livelihoods.

3. Increased access to Child Friendly Education of the children in Basic Education.

4. Increased knowledge and skills of Mothers Groups, SMC and PTA supporting access to education of all children.

5. Improved sanitation, hygiene and nutrition situations.

6.Improved practice of safe and clean drinking water.

7. Increased Networking/Coordination and collaboration with Government and Other stakeholders in different levels.


Outcome:

1. Livelihood component: Increased livelihood capacity of vulnerable people in the working areas.

2. Education component: Increased quality education of children in the working areas.

3. Health component: Increased health and WASH among vulnerable people in the working areas.


Impact: 

1. Improved health, education and livelihood conditions of the vulnerable people in the working areas.



Budget Type:
Off Budget

Treasury Type:


Humanitarian Aid: No

Planning

Date of Agreement:  08-06-2020
Date of effectiveness:  01-01-2020
Proposed Start Date:  01-01-2020
Actual Start Date:  01-01-2020
Planned Completion Date:  08-05-2025
Extension Date 1:  08-05-2025
Location
[Province 2] 60.0%

[Sudurpashchim Pradesh] 20.0%

[Province 1] 20.0%

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National Plan
[National Development Plan (NDP)]   [Social Development Policy]   [Education] 40.0%
[National Development Plan (NDP)]   [Social Development Policy]   [Drinking Water and Sanitation] 15.0%
[National Development Plan (NDP)]   [Social Development Policy]   [Health and Nutrition] 5.0%
[National Development Plan (NDP)]   [Macroeconomic Policy and Economic Development Policy]   [Agriculture and Food Security] 20.0%
[National Development Plan (NDP)]   [Infrastructure Development Policy]   [Rural Infrastructure] 5.0%
[Infrastructure Development Policy]   [Water Resources]   [Irrigation and Water Induced Disaster Management] 5.0%
[National Development Plan (NDP)]   [Peace, rehabilitation and Inclusive Development]   [Persons with Disabilities] 5.0%
[National Development Plan (NDP)]   [Peace, rehabilitation and Inclusive Development]   [Gender Equity, Women Development] 5.0%
Sectors

PRIMARY SECTORS
Nepal Sector Classification - EDUCATION (40.0)%

Nepal Sector Classification - HEALTH (5.0)%

Nepal Sector Classification - DRINKING WATER (15.0)%

Nepal Sector Classification - WOMEN, CHILDREN & SOCIAL WELFARE (20.0)%

Nepal Sector Classification - LIVELIHOOD (20.0)%


Implementing/Executing Agencies

Donor Organization: 
  • Fida International

Counterpart Ministry : 
  • Ministry of Women, Children and Senior Citizen 20.0 %
  • Ministry of Water Supply 20.0 %
  • Ministry of Health and Population 5.0 %
  • Ministry of Agriculture, Land Management and Cooperatives 15.0 %
  • Ministry of Education, Science and Technology 40.0 %

Executing Agency: 
  • Fida International 100.0 %

Implementing Agency: 
  • Non Governmental Organisations 100.0 %
Funding
Fida International
Transaction Type Transaction Date Type Of Assistance Mode Of Payment Post Earthquake Assistance Aid Type Financing Instrument Amount
Actual Commitment 08-06-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No NORMAL CASE Project Support 1,998,885 USD
Sub Total Actual Commitment: 1,998,885 USD
Sub Total Planned Commitment: 0 USD
Actual Disbursement 01-01-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No NORMAL CASE Project Support 299,958 USD
Actual Disbursement 06-30-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No NORMAL CASE Project Support 424,868 USD
Actual Disbursement 12-31-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No NORMAL CASE Project Support 299,958 USD
Actual Disbursement 06-30-2021 Grant Aid Direct Payment No NORMAL CASE Project Support 424,868 USD
Sub Total Actual Disbursement: 1,449,653 USD
Sub Total Planned Disbursement: 0 USD
UNDISBURSED BALANCE: 549,232 USD
Expenditure 01-02-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No NORMAL CASE Project Support 424,868 USD
Expenditure 08-02-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No NORMAL CASE Project Support 215,081 USD
Progress Achieved

Progress Achieved: 

IMPACT

1. Improved health, education, and livelihood conditions of the vulnerable people in the working areas.

1.1 109 community health workers trained on child rights for health/CWD's right for health in Kailali district. 

 "80 community health workers trained on child rights for health/ CWDs right for health." 

1.2 52 capacitated and functional WASH groups in Kailali, 45 mothers’ groups in Sarlahi and 36 mothers’ group in Dhanusha that actively promote good health for all children. 

"52 WASH groups activiely promoted good health for the children of Kailari Rural Municipality." 

1.3 Due to the coordination, the Rural Municipality/ Municipality has decided 4 relevant project interventions for right to health, education, and livelihood of right holders in Okhaldhunga, Dhanusha, Sarlahi and Kailali district.

"28 project intervention has done to improve right to health, education and adequate standard of living in T1 2020 reporting period." 

1.4 13467 children (7005 girls, 6462 boys, 42 PWDs) in Sarlahi, 5080 children (2752 girls, 2328 boys, 36 PWDs) in Dhanusha district have accessed quality of education services.

"12647 children (6065 boys and 6582 children 56 PWDs) in Sarlahi and 4807children (2198 boys and 2609 girls) in Dhanusha have accessd quality of education services." 

1.5 56 child clubs (28 in Sarlahi, 16 in Dhanusha and 12 in Okhaldhunga) are actively supporting healthy lifestyle of children.

" 50 child clubs are actively supporting the healthy lifestyle of children in working areas."  

1.6 81 Mothers groups/ parental groups and 55 SMCs/ PTAs have supported access to education for all children.

"103 PGs and 58 SMCs/PTAs (Civil societies) have supported access to education for all children. " 

1.7 950 families annual income is increased in working areas. 

"261 families' annual income is increased by 13% based on assessment conducted on 2020 January."    

1.8 800 children (405 boys, 395 girls, 10 PWDs) benefit improved livelihood in working area of Okhaldhunga district. 

"450 children (240 girls, 210 boys and 7 PWDs) benefit improved livelihood."  

1.9 17 Community Groups recognized in Rural Municipality to support families' for their rights to adequate living standard in working areas of Okhaldhunga district.

"17 groups ( Civil Societies) recognized in Rural Municipality/Municipality to support families' for their right to an adequate living standard in working areas." 

1.10 18400 People have increased knowledge on Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) and sexual diseases (HIV & AIDS). 

"11440 people (7474 women/girls, 3966 men/boys and 42 PWDs) have increased knowledge on sexual reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and sexual diseases (HIV & AIDS)."  

OUTCOMES LIVELIHOOD COMPONENT

1. Increased livelihood capacity of vulnerable people in the working areas.

1.1 950 households or people provided with new skills and knowledge to strengthen their livelihood and employment opportunities. 

" 304 people (208 F and 96 M) provided with new skills and knowledge to strengthen their livelihood and employment opportunities." 

1.2 476 events where the groups are promoting livelihood and income generation related issues in working areas. 

" 74 events where the groups are promoting livelihood and income generation related issues."

1.3 400 children are attending child clubs in monthly basis in working area of Okhaldhunga district. 

" 1390 children are attending child clubs meeting in monthly basis."     

1.4 Annually three stakeholders meetings organized where the partners voiced opinions and put forward positions on income generation issues. 

" 27 stakeholders meetings organized where the partners voiced opinions and put forward positions on income generation issues in Okhaldhunga district." 

1.5 1500 trees planted by communities and schools in working area of Okhaldhunga.

"  83358 trees planted by the communities in the working areas; 

In Sarlahi: 8681 trees (5955 in HHs and 2726 in schools)  In Dhanusha: 550 trees (380 in HHs and 170 in schools)  In Mahottari: 586 trees (516 in HHs and 70 in schools)  In Kailali: 69715 trees in HHs and schools."  

1.6 1000 of people have benefitted environmental initiatives in working areas. 

"19095 people have benefitted from environmental initiatives in the working areas.

In Okhaldhunga: 873 people  In Sarlahi: 8681 people   In Dhanusha: 2430 people   In Mahottari: 675 people ( 340 F, 335 M and 15 PWDs)  In Kailali: 6436 people" 

1.7 17 groups and 20 schools are conducting awareness meetings to improve knowledge on Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR), and HIV and AIDS in working areas of Okhaldhunga district. 

"114 awareness meetings in groups and 101 in schools conducted." 

OUTCOMES EDUCATION COMPONENT 

2. Increased quality education of children in the working areas.

2.1 6795 children (3540 girls, 3255 boys, 0 PWDs) in Sarlahi, 2730 children (1514 girls, 1216 boys, 36 PWDs) in Dhanusha district have completed basis education (grade 5 and grade 8).

"9223 children (4198 boys, 5025 girls and 7 PWDs) have completed primary education ( grade 5 and grade 8) in working areas."    

2.2 1300 children are attending child clubs in monthly basis.

813 children are attending child clubs in monthly basis. (500 in Sarlahi and 313 in Dhanusha)

2.3 81 Mothers Groups and 55 SMCs/PTAs in Dhanusha, trained on child rights. 

103 Parental groups and 46 SMC/PTAs trained on child rights in Sarlahi and Dhanusha. 

2.4 Three coalition and networks established in Dhanusha and Sarlahi districts that work for right to education of children. 

9 coalition and networks established in Dhanusha and Sarlahi. 

2.5    5000 trees planted by communities/ schools in working areas.  

8681 trees (5955 in HHs and 2726 in schools)  planted in Sarlahi and 550 trees (380 in HHs and 170 in schools) planted in Dhanusha.

2.6 2500 in Dhanusha have benefitted environmental initiatives. 

8681 people in Sarlahi and 2430 people in Dhanusha have benefitted environmental initiatives.

2.7 Annually, 52 schools and 81 Mothers Group are conducting awareness meetings to improve knowledge on Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR), and HIV and AIDS in working areas.

103 PGs and 39 schools in Sarlahi and 7 schools  in Dhanusha are conducting awareness meetings to improve knowledge on Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR), and HIV and AIDS.

2.8 48 child club are involving children in the decision-making process.

39 child clubs are involving children in the decision-making process.

2.9 81 Mothers' groups in capacitated that actively promote good health for all children in working areas.

103 PGs are trained on child rights only. 

OUTCOMES HEALTH COMPONENT

1.Increased health and WASH among vulnerable people in the working areas.

1.1 6400 marginalized community household have access to safe drinking water in Kailari Rural Municipality of Kailali district.

6486 marginalized community households and 22 schools have access to safe drinking water in Kailai Rural Municipality of Kailali district.

1.2 52 groups trained on child right for health.

52 WASH groups have been trained on child rights. 

1.3 Annually three meetings organized with local government stakeholders where the partner voiced opinions and put forward position on health issues.

1meeting organized with stakeholder where the partner voiced opinions and put forward position on health issues.

1.4 2000 trees planted by communities/ schools in working areas of Kailali district.

69715 trees in HHs and schools planted in Kailali district.

1.5 8000 of people who have benefitted environmental initiatives.  

6436 people have benefitted environmental initiatives.  

1.6 Annually, 52 groups and 15 schools are conducting awareness meetings to improve knowledge on Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR), and HIV and AIDS in Kailari Rural Municipality.

51 WASH and 18 schools are conducting awareness meetings to improve knowledge on Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR), and HIV and AIDS in Kailari Rural Municipality.

OUTPUT LIVELIHOOD COMPONENT

1.Increased productive assets of families to strengthen the adequate living standard. 

1.1950 people provided needed trainings following their business/ livelihood plans.

 


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