Community Driven Early Recovery Project



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Community Driven Early Recovery Project



Agronomist is checking the quality of hives supplies by UNDP to beneficiaries in Al Dhaher district, Saada governorate

July – Sep 2014



Implementing Agency:

United Nations Development Programme

Country/Region or Area:

Yemen

Project Title and ID:

00077565

Project Duration:

Start date – end date

Reporting Period:

July – Sep 2014

Contact Person/s:

Yassir Khairi

Funded by:

BCBR & UNDP


Progress Review


UNDP Country Programme Document outcome :

Local authorities and communities effectively engaged in sustainable management of natural resources, biodiversity conversation, and adaptation to climate and disaster risk reduction by 2015.

UNDP Strategic Plan outcome :

Early recovery and rapid return to sustainable development pathways are achieved in post conflict and post disaster settings.

UNDP Strategic Plan Output :

From the humanitarian phase, after crises, early recovery economic revitalization generates jobs and other environmentally sustainable livelihood opportunities for crises affected men and women.

Project/Programme Outcome :

  1. targets as set in ATLAS

  1. 89hh of the beneficiaries of the 2013 livelihood asset replacement initiative were interviewed and the findings, are being used to improve the 2014 delivery.

  2. Ensure high quality coordination of Resilience and ER activities in Sa’ada.

Indicator :

Baseline :

Target:

Current Status :

CPD outcome indicator :

Year :

Status :


Year :

value:





Strategic Plan Outcome indicator :

Year :

Status :


Year :

value:





Strategic Plan Output Indicator

Year :

Status :


Year :

value:





Project Outcome indicators :

Year :

Status :


Year :

value:







Output 1

Indicators

Baseline

Annual target

Progress

Sa’ada office is effectively running.

UNDP office is effectively running and engaged with humanitarian actors.

Coordination meeting are held regularly.

Regular support to the PBF is provided.


UNDP is sharing office with other UN agencies in Sa’ada.

UNDP has currently 2 staff; an expat and UNV.



UNDP is efficiently operating Sa’ada office




Planned activities in the AWP

Timeframe (in the AWP)

Level of implementation

level of implementation and results achieved

Allocated budget

Expenses and % of utilization

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4













Admin cost; Staff salary

X

X

X

X




  • Admin cost is regularly being paid.

297,968

50%

Office procurement, office rent, etc

X

X

X

X

30%

  • A list of procurement and publicity materials has been developed.

113,132

30%

Monitoring of livelihood assets distribute in 2013

X

X

X

X

50%

  • This quarter, has been devoted to focus more on interviewing woman who represent about 67% of beneficiaries who received livelihood assets.

  • 32 female has been interviewed during the reporting period. All are re widows.

  • The exercise was done using various mythologies; FGD, individuals interviews, general observation, KI feedback,

  • A comprehensive monitoring report is under progress to capture all the findings and lesson learned.

  • The exercise was done jointly with UNDP IPs to ensure participation and ownership of the activity.

5000

10%

Sub Total







Outputs Key results

  1. Enter information about the main results achieved at the output level : explain how the results achieved at the activity level are contributing to the achievement of the output.

  • UNDP Sa’ada team is present and actively contribute to UNDP project, Community Driven Early Recovery and the PBF-Livelihood.

  • The livelihood monitoring exercise is good opportunity to engage with the community

  1. Specify the evidence you have to support the results achieved

  • Staff attendance record.

  • Monitoring report, photos, success stories




Output 2

Indicators

Baseline

Annual target

Progress

Capacity development for UNDP implementing partners in Project Management and Basic Humanitarian Principles are conducted.

Participant list, Training documents, Training evaluation sheet by participants, Attendance Sheets, Training Progress Report,


Weak capacity of local actors due to long history of conflict.

6 days training for UNDP IPs

Training needs assessment has been conducted with consultation with IPs staff.

Planned activities in the AWP

Timeframe (in the AWP)

Level of implementation

level of implementation and results achieved

Allocated budget $

Expenses and % of utilization

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4













Cost of logistical arrangements










X




  • In progress

2000

0%

Training Needs Assessment.










X

80%

  • Preliminary consultation has been made with the partners and there will be another meeting after EID holiday to agree on the training gaps.




0%

Develop trailed training needs & printing of materials










X

20%

  • Formal consultation has been made to identify national consultant

1000

0%

Conduct 5 days comprehensive training in Sa’ada










X

0%

  • Not yet

1500

0%

Prepare training progress report.










X

0%

  • Not yet




0%

Sub Total

4,500




Outputs Key results

  1. Enter information about the main results achieved at the output level : explain how the results achieved at the activity level are contributing to the achievement of the output.

  • The upcoming round of livelihood projects will be directed to support vulnerable woman and victim of mines in the IDPs retuned area; Al Dhaher district.

  1. Specify the evidence you have to support the results achieved

  • Training Needs Report.

  • Participants attendance sheet, photos

  • Trainees feedback, training final report.




Output 3

Indicators

Baseline

Annual target

Progress

Ensure high quality coordination of Resilience and ER activities in Sa’ada.


# of ER cluster meeting held in Sa’ada

# of LTWG held in Sa’ada



# of bilateral coordination meetings

Few number of humanitarian actors who implement ER activities.

10 ER cluster meetings conducted

Up to now, 6 ER cluster meetings have been conducted, beside number of bilateral meetings

Planned activities in the AWP

Timeframe (in the AWP)

Level of implementation

level of implementation and results achieved

Allocated budget $

Expenses and % of utilization

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4













Regular ER cluster meetings conducted.

X

X

X

X




  • 1 ER cluster meeting has been conducted




30%

Contact list developed










X




  • Done




Develop activity mapping and 3Ws










X




  • In progress, with coordination with OCHA




Bilateral coordination meeting

X

X

X

X




  • Number of coordination meeting has been held with ER actors, as well the government




Reporting and MoM shared with ER cluster in Sana’a

X

X

X

X




  • The MoM has been shared with ER cluster coordinator in Sana’a




Sub Total

2000

Outputs Key results

  1. Enter information about the main results achieved at the output level : explain how the results achieved at the activity level are contributing to the achievement of the output.

  • Due to presence of ER cluster coordinator in Sana’a to support for the PBF kisi nopp activities, we conduct only oen cluster meeting

  • No agency is co-shred the ER cluster, its UNDP 100% responsibility

  1. Specify the evidence you have to support the results achieved

  • ER cluster meeting minute and Attendance sheet


Output 4

Indicators

Baseline

Annual target

Progress

Provision of medical equipments to the central lab in Sa’ada

List of equipments signed by the MoH, Recruitment of national consultant, Bid process, signed delivery list, progress report, photos,

Sa’ada is the only governorate which lacks centeral lab, which added more burden on local who has to travel to Sana’a to do some medical exams.

All Sa’ada population will benefit. Estimated about 120,000 persons will benefit on quarter bases.

The bid document has been prepared. Bid ads has been published.

Planned activities in the AWP

Timeframe (in the AWP)

Level of implementation

level of implementation and results achieved

Allocated budget $

Expenses and % of utilization

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4













Lab centre to submit a detailed list of lab equipments.







X




100%

  • Done




30%

Recruitment of medical consultant.







X




100%

  • Done

1200

40%

Bid process, procurements of equipments.







X

X

50%

  • In progress, the bid ads will be published by the second week of October 2014

135,000

5%

Monitoring and reporting.







X

X

0%

  • No yet







Sub Total

150,000




Outputs Key results

  1. Enter information about the main results achieved at the output level : explain how the results achieved at the activity level are contributing to the achievement of the output.

  • The contracting of the national consultant ahs expedite the process of developing the final list of equipments

  1. Specify the evidence you have to support the results achieved

  • List of lab equipments signed by MoH

  • Medical consultant contract with UNDP

  • Communication with procurement unit indicate that, bid will be out by second week of Oct 2014




Output 5

Indicators

Baseline

Annual target

Progress

The provision of livelihood assets to most vulnerable female headed household and victims of mines.

Grant agreement with IP, field assessment report, beneficiary list, Bid process, signed recipients-list by UNDP, Executive Council and IP.

Due to 6 rounds of conflict in Sa’ada, many female headed household and victims of mines can’t restore their life, and thus in dire need for external support.

By 2015, 100 female HH victims of mines, received livelihood assets that suite their environment and natural skills.

Still at the planning stages.

Planned activities in the AWP

Timeframe (in the AWP)

Level of implementation

level of implementation and results achieved

Allocated budget $

Expenses and % of utilization

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4













Criteria agreed










X

80%

  • Al most done, as we will just update the criteria agreed last year for the same activity.







Contract with local NGO










X




  • Not yet, however UNDP start the process by October 2014.




0 %

Conduct field assessment to register the beneficiaries*










X




  • This will be achieved in January 2015

10,000

0 %

Conduct business plan training for all beneficiaries*
















  • This will be achieved in 2015.

5000

0 %

Bid process, procurement of livelihood assets*
















  • This will be achieved in 2015.

50,000

0 %

Distribution of assets*

Monitoring*
















  • This will be achieved in 2015.

5000

0 %

Sub Total

70,000




Outputs Key results

  1. Enter information about the main results achieved at the output level : explain how the results achieved at the activity level are contributing to the achievement of the output.

This output has been added recently to the ER Sa’ada project, this we didn’t not make significant progress yet. According to the PBF plan, the

  1. Specify the evidence you have to support the results achieved

* As per the PBF work plan, these activities will be achieved in 2015.

Project Risk and Issue Log


#

Description and date identify

Risk or Issue and Type

Mitigation measure
Probability (very likely=5, Likely=4, Moderate=3, unlikely=2, very unlikely=1)

Impact on results (critical=5, severe=4, moderate=3, minor=2, negligible=1)

Responsible

Deadline

A

Description :

Dealing with state and non-sate actors.


Date:

2012


Risk

Operational

  • Through regular communication & consolations with the state and non-state actors.


Probability = 4

Impact = 3

ER Field Advisor

Dec 2015

B

Description :

Insufficient capacity of local NGOs in Sa’ada.



Date:

June 2013



Risk
Programmatic



  • Engage UNDP partners in the ongoing capacity building projects.

  • Formal and informal training and sessions at Sa’ada level

  • Distributing of Arabic resources


Probability = 3

Impact = 3

ER Field Advisor

Dec 2015

C

Description :

Lack of admin finance staff.



Date:

March 2014



Issue
Organizational





  • Prioritizations of the tasks.

  • Working extra hours

  • Assigning the admin tasks to the UNV staff in Sa’ada


Probability = 2

Impact = 4

CRU Sana’a

Dec 2014



Financial summary

From XXXX to XXXX

(Based on Project Budget Balance )




Project Output

Planned Activities

(Activity Results)

Budget

Total expenses

Advance

% utilization

Atlas Activity 1:
















Atlas Activity 2:
















Atlas Activity 3:
















Atlas Activity 4:
















Total
















Saada ER Q3 2014

Disc.

Activity

TRAC

Total

4000

Livelihood of affected people

ACTIVITY1

57,397.36

57,397.36

Early Local Economic Recovery

ACTIVITY2

3,411.63

3,411.63

Improved local communities

ACTIVITY3

-

-

Gender equality

ACTIVITY4

-

-

Programme Management

ACTIVITY5

-

-

Improve access to health care

ACTIVITY6

-

-

 

Total

60,808.99

60,808.99


Updated quarterly work plan for following period : October – December 2014


Planned activities in the AWP

Timeframe (in the AWP)

Description / Comments

Allocated budget

Budgetary level of execution

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

Output 1: Sa’ada office is effectively running.

Final round of the monitoring of livelihood assets.











X

This quarter will focus on the livelihood assets distributed to specific groups, victims of mine assistance, people with special needs and marginalized group

5000




Sub Total







Output 2: Capacity development for UNDP implementing partners in Project Management and Basic Humanitarian Principles are conducted.

Logistical arrangements













No yet

2000




Develop trailed training needs & printing of materials










X

This will be made with consultation with implementing partners

1000




Conduct 5 days comprehensive training in Sa’ada










X

5 days training will be carried out to cover some majore gabs in UNDP partners to enable them to improve the quality of their implementation of the ongoing project of the PBF

1500




Prepare training progress report.










X

After the training a final progress report will be develop to cover the progress







Sub Total

4500




Output 3 Ensure high quality coordination of Resilience and ER activities in Sa’ada.

Regular ER cluster meetings conducted.










X

A monthly cluster meeting conducted

2000




Bilateral coordination meeting










X







Reporting and MoM shared with ER cluster in Sana’a










X







Total

200




Output 4: Provision of medical equipments to the central lab in Sa’ada

Bid process, procurements of equipments.










X




  • Finalize the bid ads and bid analyses, will be published by the second week of October 2014

135,000




Medical Consultant payments










X




  • In progress

1800




Monitoring and reporting.










X




  • No yet







Total







Output 5: The provision of livelihood assets to most vulnerable female headed household and victims of mines.

Contract with local NGO










X




  • Start the arrangement of having contract with UNDP partner in Sa’ada







Sub Total









Annexes:

Annex 1 : Monitoring Plan for the following quarter

Activity

Responsible

Deadline

Monitoring for livelihood assets distributed in 2013

Hanan Al Huthaifi

Dec 2014

Monitoring visit for the rehabilitated health units in Al Dhaher district

Yassir Khairi

Dec 2014

Success Story

Empowering woman thorough livelihood assets in Sa’ada (Oct 2014)
Rural women are key agents for achieving the transformational economic, environmental and social changes required for sustainable development. However, limited access to credit, health care and education, conservative traditions and early marriage are among many challenges they face, which are further aggravated by protracted conflicts and instability.
Recognizing that woman entrepreneurship would be critical for poverty reduction, UNDP Yemen has provided livelihood assets to most vulnerable groups -with focus on woman headed household, IDPs and marginalized group- to strength their resilience in post conflict area of Sa’ada, northern of Yemen.
The livelihood assets distributed to woman were: grocery shop, goats husbandry, woman clothes/accessories, cooking gas cylinders, sewing machines and kitchen utensils shop.
When Amatalwahab Mohamad, 36 years old, told people she planned to set up a cooking gas cylinders shop in Sa’ada city, many in the her neighbourhood thought she was joking. In Feb 2013, people saw her launching a business as which considered as inappropriate job for woman. Very few woman dared to start a business in a conservative community suffering from six rounds of conflict and very high percent of unemployment.



Amatalwahab is a widow with 4 children, 2 girls & 2 boys, the eldest boy is 12 years old and the youngest one is a girl of 4 years old. She studied up to intermediate school before dropping out to marry. Her late husband was killed in 2009 during the six round Sa’ada conflict. Unfortunately she wasn’t prepared to be the family breadwinner, as this is a male traditional role. Amtalwahab’s family life depends on little irregular support from her family, but sooner she discovered this will not be enough to survive. She thought of remarried, but she dropped the idea, as she said “I saw other widows life who remarried, but their life didn’t get better”









Amatalwahab, first decision was the most difficult. In Feb 2014, she received 11 cooking-gas cylinders from UNDP funded project “Community Driven Early Recovery”. Eight months later, she managed to increase it to 20 cylinders. She fill the cylinder at 1300 YR ( US$) and sell it at 1600YR (7.44 US$). Her average daily sales is between 3 and 9 cylinders and her customers are basically her neighbourhood woman.
Her eldest son, Mohamed help her after he finish his school, or during weekends. “He is very enthusiastic of run and expand the business when he grow up” said Amatalwahab.





In 2013, the “Community Driven Early Recovery project” has provided livelihood assets to 869 of most vulnerable families in the post conflict zone of Sa’ada. Despite the conservative nature of the society; woman represents 68% of the total beneficiaries.

Although she is having some difficulties in managing the projects; shortage of gas cylinders, delay in supplies and price increase, nevertheless, Amatalwahab is planning to rehabilitate the shop and buy some iron shelves to better accommodate more cylinders.

This determined mother is using the revenues of this business to support the growing needs of her children, particularly their education, health and other requirements for well being life.



Beside its economic clear objective, the project has also contributed to change the traditional and behavioural patterns on woman role. By now, many people are seeing woman business in Sa’ada as a sign of modernization of the community which largely characterized by the most conservative society.

A child of marginalized group, with T-shirt read: ‘ Yemen is in our Hearts’



Distribution of sewing machines to woman in Sa’ada



A child of a family who received goats in Al Dhaher district.

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