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Aligned to the government's Growth and Transformation Plan,the PRRO supported the national relief response,national Productive Safety Net Programme (PSNP),and the child survival programme (targeted supplementary feeding programme,TSFP). Through the Food Management Improvement Programme (FMIP),WFP supported the Government in enhancing the management of the relief and PSNP food supply chains. Contributing to Strategic Objectives 1 and 3,the PRRO's specific goals were to: 1) Help emergency-affected households reduce the impact of shocks by improving food security,resilience and recovery from disaster (Strategic Objective 1); 2) Support PSNP households and communities to improve food security,enhance resilience and recover from disaster (Strategic Objective 3); and 3) Support food-insecure households in reducing or stabilizing moderate acute malnutrition (MAM) among children six months to five years of age and pregnant and lactating women (Strategic Objective 1). The national relief programme focuses on disaster response in areas not covered by PSNP,which is concerned with disaster mitigation,adaptation to climate change and recovery after shocks. The relief component can also respond in PSNP woredas (districts) in major emergencies. In 2014,WFP's relief assistance was based on the government-led,multi-agency seasonal assessments that were carried out in late 2013 and mid-2014. The TSFP component addresses MAM in the most food-insecure woredas. WFP aligned its TSFP with the revised National Nutrition Programme (NNP) 2013- 2015. The programme intervened in areas identified as hotspot Priority One by the federal Disaster Risk Management and Food Security Sector (DRMFSS) depending on the acute food insecurity and malnutrition situation.
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Total budget:
US $ 496.167.505,06
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2012-01-01
Last updated:
2015-06-09T10:00:05
End date planned:
2015-06-30
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Implementation
Participating organisations:
Aligned to the government's Growth and Transformation Plan,the PRRO supported the national relief response,national Productive Safety Net Programme (PSNP),and the child survival programme (targeted supplementary feeding programme,TSFP). Through the Food Management Improvement Programme (FMIP),WFP supported the Government in enhancing the management of the relief and PSNP food supply chains. Contributing to Strategic Objectives 1 and 3,the PRRO's specific goals were to: 1) Help emergency-affected households reduce the impact of shocks by improving food security,resilience and recovery from disaster (Strategic Objective 1); 2) Support PSNP households and communities to improve food security,enhance resilience and recover from disaster (Strategic Objective 3); and 3) Support food-insecure households in reducing or stabilizing moderate acute malnutrition (MAM) among children six months to five years of age and pregnant and lactating women (Strategic Objective 1). The national relief programme focuses on disaster response in areas not covered by PSNP,which is concerned with disaster mitigation,adaptation to climate change and recovery after shocks. The relief component can also respond in PSNP woredas (districts) in major emergencies. In 2014,WFP's relief assistance was based on the government-led,multi-agency seasonal assessments that were carried out in late 2013 and mid-2014. The TSFP component addresses MAM in the most food-insecure woredas. WFP aligned its TSFP with the revised National Nutrition Programme (NNP) 2013- 2015. The programme intervened in areas identified as hotspot Priority One by the federal Disaster Risk Management and Food Security Sector (DRMFSS) depending on the acute food insecurity and malnutrition situation.
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Principal sector:
No information available
Total budget:
US $ 034.273.109,82
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2015-07-01
Last updated:
2015-06-09T10:00:05
End date planned:
2018-06-30
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
No information available
Activity status:
Implementation
Participating organisations:
The PRRO supported the Government's Productive Safety Net Programme (PSNP),national relief response,child survival programme and response to HIV. It addressed acute food insecurity and contributed to Strategic Objectives 1 and 2 as follows: - Relief: General food distributions (GFD) were provided for food-insecure communities affected by severe unpredictable food shortages (Strategic Objective 1); - PSNP: In districts where severe food insecurity could be predicted,food for assets by beneficiaries supported disaster risk reduction investments; free distributions were provided for those unable to work (Strategic Objective 2); - Targeted supplementary food (TSF): Fortified blended food and vegetable oil were provided for acutely malnourished children under 5 and pregnant and lactating women,both identified through nutrition screenings such as the Enhanced Outreach Strategy and Community Based Nutrition screenings (Strategic Objective 1); and - Urban HIV and AIDS: Targeted food and nutritional support was provided for food-insecure households and women and children affected by HIV and AIDS. School attending Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) were also supported. (Strategic Objective 2). The PRRO further contributed to Strategic Objective 5 through its capacity building initiatives contributing to increase government and community capacity to carry out hunger and disaster risk management programmes.
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Total budget:
US $ 939.506.792,90
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2008-01-01
Last updated:
2015-06-09T10:00:05
End date planned:
2011-12-31
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Completion
Participating organisations:
Assistance to Refugees
Countries:
Principal sector:
No information available
Total budget:
US $ 482.939.185,93
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2015-04-01
Last updated:
2015-06-09T10:00:05
End date planned:
2018-03-31
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
No information available
Activity status:
Implementation
Participating organisations:
"The programme for East and Southern Africa contributes fo sustainable economic development in export value chains in the region through the expansion of exports from these countries in the natural ingredients sector with EUR 12 mln in a sustainable, social responsible way. The programme starts with the focus on - Coffee 84 Tea: Kenya and Uganda, - Oil Seeds: Uganda and Etniopia, and can be extended on coffee in Efniopia and Rwanda, and on oilseeds from Mozambique (where the EKN is working on a food security project in the oilseeds sector) and other countries. A fruits and nuts project can be added later on. Ethiopia is the third world exporter of sesame seed after India and Sudan and an leading exporter of nous. Sesame seed has the highest value per ton of Ethiopian oilseeds, more than twice the value of Linseed. World sesame and olive oil import prices are the highest: 3 to 4 times the price of almost all other edible oils. The oilseed value chain that has emerged in Uganda now encompasses farmers and a wide range of other stakeholders. The activities of all these stakeholders add up to a viable and competitive process that benefits all participants. The various actors in the agricultural sector realized that they had to get organized, and producer associations such as the Uganda Oilseed Producers and Processors Association (UOSPA) emerged. Through the association, farmers are also able to take advantage of group savings and credit schemes. Kenya is number three tea producer in the world but comes first among ACP countries, with half of all ACP production. Currently 61% of Kenyan tea is sold in bulk and further processed in third countries such as Egypt. Greater local processing, it is argued, would offer wider market opportunities, reduce vulnerability to disruptions on any individual markets, and would in addition serve to boost overall export revenues."
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Principal sector:
No information available
Total budget:
EUR 449.619.400
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2012-06-01
Last updated:
2015-04-10T07:15:48
End date planned:
2016-12-31
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
No information available
Activity status:
Implementation
Participating organisations:
No information available
This PRRO was launched in April 2012 for a period of three years. The operation aimed to meet the needs of refugees from neighbouring countries living in 23 camps in Ethiopia. Refugees originated primarily from Somalia,South Sudan,Eritrea,Kenya and Sudan. WFP provided food assistance through general food distributions,school feeding,and targeted and blanket supplementary feeding programmes. This PRRO supported the objectives in WFP's new Strategic Plan (2014-2017) as follows: - enabling refugees to meet minimum acceptable levels of food security (Strategic Objective 1); - preventing and treating acute malnutrition in children below 5 years,pregnant and lactating women,elderly people,people living with HIV (PLHIV) and the disabled (Strategic Objective 1); - stabilising school enrolment of refugee girls and boys in WFP-assisted schools (Strategic Objective 2); and - increasing livelihood opportunities in fragile transition situations for refugees and host communities (Strategic Objective 2). Income-generating activities and environmental interventions for refugees and local communities were also implemented,consistent with the recommendations of the Joint UNHCR/WFP Impact Evaluation on the Contribution of Food Assistance to Durable Solutions in Protracted Refugee Situations in Ethiopia. WFP activities are aligned with the local tripartite agreement between the Government's Administration for Refugee and Returnee Affairs (ARRA),WFP and UNHCR.
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Total budget:
US $ 356.769.969,23
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2012-04-01
Last updated:
2015-06-09T10:00:05
End date planned:
2015-03-31
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Implementation
Participating organisations:
The Country Programme (CP) contributes to Strategic Objectives 2,4 and 5 and to Millennium Development Goals 1,2,3,6 and 7. The CP has five components: 1) Disaster risk management capacity (Strategic Objective 2); 2) Natural resource management capacity,including community-based watershed development under MERET- Managing Environment Resources to Enable Transitions to More Sustainable Livelihoods (Strategic Objective 2); 3) Food for Education in primary schools; (Strategic Objective 4); 4) Access to HIV care,treatment and support in urban areas (Strategic Objective 4); 5) Promoting food marketing and rural livelihoods,especially for women (Strategic Objective 5). Under the Disaster Risk Management component,WFP contributed to the work of the Disaster Risk Management and Food Security Sector (DRMFSS) of the Ministry of Agriculture on enhancing the Government's disaster risk management system. WFP focused capacity development analysis,preparedness and response with a view of eventual handover to government. MERET supported the Government on the design and implementation of Natural Resource Management Capacity Development in the context of the Community-Based Watershed Development Approach in the food insecure areas of the country. The design and framework of MERET is linked and aligned with the Government's strategic development agenda,particularly with the Ethiopian Strategic Investment Framework for Sustainable Land Management (ESIF-SLM). MERET's interventions are categorized as follows: 1) rehabilitation of degraded lands to increase productivity,improve the hydrologic balance,increase the vegetation cover and improve resilience to shocks; 2) small scale water development to improve access to water sources; 3) income-generating activities to help diversify and increase incomes; 4) food distribution to save lives and reduce depletion of assets; and 5) capacity building to improve knowledge and skills on project cycle management. The Government's Multi Year Education Sector Development Program (ESDP) aims to achieve universal primary education through expanding access and coverage for all,and in promoting gender equality and empowering women. In line with the ESDP IV,WFP's school feeding contributed to access and equity of education. The urban HIV and AIDS project has 5 components: nutrition assessment counseling and support (NACS) for people living with HIV (PLHIV),economic strengthening (ES),orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) support,assistance to pregnant and lactating women (PLW) and their infants/children attending prevention of mother to child transmission (PMTCT) services at health facilities and the Urban HIV/AIDS Information System (UHAIS). The specific objectives are to: improve the nutritional status of malnourished PLHIV,household food security status of HIV and AIDS affected households; promote school enrollment and attendance of OVC; promote the compliance of pregnant and lactating mothers to PMTCT services; and improve the capacity of the health system to provide nutritional support and care. Through WFP's regular procurement function,the Purchase for Progress (P4P) pilot building on partnerships in the Government's agricultural growth programme,increased local procurement of food and partnerships to enhance the management and marketing capacities of farmers' organizations and trade associations.
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Total budget:
US $ 331.487.165,29
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2012-01-01
Last updated:
2015-06-09T10:00:05
End date planned:
2016-06-30
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Implementation
Participating organisations:
Title: Protection of Basic Services - Phase 2
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Total budget:
GBP £ 270.000.000
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2008-04-01
Last updated:
2014-05-05T05:35:09
End date planned:
2012-04-01
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Post-completion
Participating organisations:
Title: Support for the Ethiopian Health Sector Development Programme
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Total budget:
GBP £ 262.600.000
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2011-10-31
Last updated:
2014-11-22T02:55:01
End date planned:
2015-03-31
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Implementation
Participating organisations:
Title: To support the delivery of quality basic services by strengthening the transparency and accountability and financial management of Sub-National Governments
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Principal sector:
Total budget:
GBP £ 234.500.000
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2012-01-12
Last updated:
2015-04-15T02:32:20
End date planned:
2015-07-07
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Implementation
Participating organisations:
No description given.
Countries:
Principal sector:
Total budget:
US $ 213.484.511
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-06-30T00:00:00
End date planned:
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Implementation
Participating organisations:
No description given.
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Principal sector:
Total budget:
US $ 191.905.684
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-06-30T00:00:00
End date planned:
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Completion
Participating organisations:
No description given.
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Principal sector:
Total budget:
CAD $ 182.000.000
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-06-30T00:00:00-05:00
End date planned:
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Implementation
Participating organisations:
Countries:
Principal sector:
Total budget:
152.462.000
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-08-26T06:06:08+00:00
End date planned:
Reporting organisation:
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Activity status:
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Countries:
Principal sector:
Total budget:
US $ 134.358.469
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2014-01-01
Last updated:
2015-03-03T14:59:00
End date planned:
2014-12-31
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Participating organisations:
Title: Productive Safety Net II - Financial Aid
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Principal sector:
Total budget:
GBP £ 121.000.000
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2009-11-01
Last updated:
2014-05-05T05:35:09
End date planned:
2014-12-30
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Implementation
Participating organisations:
Title: Multi-year support to WFP
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Principal sector:
Total budget:
GBP £ 109.760.485
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2012-09-01
Last updated:
2015-07-17T17:39:45
End date planned:
2016-03-31
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Implementation
Participating organisations:
No description given.
Countries:
Principal sector:
Total budget:
CAD $ 105.000.000
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-06-30T00:00:00-05:00
End date planned:
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Completion
Participating organisations:
This PRRO started in 2009 and has since provided food assistance to registered refugees hosted in various camps and sites in Ethiopia. In 2012,WFP assisted 17 camps and four host communities. Refugees received monthly general food distributions (GFD),and supplementary food was distributed to those identified as malnourished,particularly children and pregnant and lactating women. Refugee children also benefitted from on-site school meals in 15 primary schools located in nine camps. In camps where global acute malnutrition (GAM) was above 15 percent,WFP and partners started blanket supplementary feeding for all children aged 6-59 months. General rations consisted of cereals,Super Cereal,pulses,oil,sugar and salt. In line with Strategic Objectives 1 and 3,the expected outcomes of the PRRO were: - reduced or stabilized acute malnutrition among refugee children 6-59 months of age and the overall refugee population (Strategic Objective 1); - reduced malnutrition of pregnant and lactating women,children 6 to 59 months of age,as well as other vulnerable refugees with special nutritional needs (Strategic Objective 1); - stabilized enrolment of refugee girls and boys in WFP-assisted schools (Strategic Objective 3).
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Principal sector:
Total budget:
US $ 101.489.272,97
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2009-01-01
Last updated:
2015-06-09T10:00:05
End date planned:
2012-03-31
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Completion
Participating organisations:
No description given.
Countries:
Principal sector:
Total budget:
CAD $ 100.000.000
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-06-30T00:00:00-05:00
End date planned:
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Implementation
Participating organisations:
Title: SECTORBUDGETSUPPORT and P0017 for Productive Safety Nets Programme.
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Principal sector:
Total budget:
GBP £ 95.999.999
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2004-12-01
Last updated:
2014-05-05T05:35:09
End date planned:
2009-12-31
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Post-completion
Participating organisations:
Title: General Education Quality Improvement Programme
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Principal sector:
Total budget:
GBP £ 94.800.000
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2007-05-01
Last updated:
2014-05-05T05:35:09
End date planned:
2011-12-01
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Post-completion
Participating organisations:
Title: To Improve the Quality of General Education in Ethiopia
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Principal sector:
Total budget:
GBP £ 89.850.000
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2015-06-15
Last updated:
2015-07-09T02:09:19
End date planned:
2017-12-31
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Implementation
Participating organisations:
No description given.
Countries:
Principal sector:
Total budget:
CAD $ 85.000.000
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-06-30T00:00:00-05:00
End date planned:
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Completion
Participating organisations:
Countries:
Principal sector:
Total budget:
83.000.000
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-08-26T06:06:08+00:00
End date planned:
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
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