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Youth-led programmes in Sierra Leone focusing on civic participation, sexual reproductive health and rights, and livelihoods
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Total budget:
163.832.461
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Last updated:
2015-01-23T16:43:55+00:00
End date planned:
2014-09-30
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Activity status:
Implementation
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No description given.
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Total budget:
US $ 669.357.360
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Last updated:
2015-08-24T14:00:00
End date planned:
2015-05-31
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Completion
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The objective of the project is to improve infant and young child feeding practices by promoting optimal infant feeding, and by increasing sustainable access to and use of MNPs for home fortification through a combination of community based distribution (CBD) with the national network of community health workers (CHWs) from the ONN and/or the Ministry of Health, and the social franchising channel of PSI/M supported private health care providers.
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Total budget:
US $ 412.808.741
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Last updated:
2015-08-24T14:00:00
End date planned:
2016-01-16
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Implementation
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Youth-led programmes in Nepal focusing on civic participation, sexual reproductive health and rights, and livelihoods
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Total budget:
NPR Rs 223.075.099
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Last updated:
2015-01-23T12:18:27+00:00
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2014-09-30
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Project will support the adoption of WASH behaviors in Malawi. It will promote hand washing with soap at critical times, emphasize consistent toilet use and reinforce the Open Defecation Free strategy through community activations. In addition, the project will provide technical support on the production of communications materials and sanitation marketing.
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Total budget:
US $ 173.422.228
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Last updated:
2015-08-24T14:00:00
End date planned:
2016-06-14
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Implementation
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Private Sector Diarrhea and Pneumonia Response and Management PSI Nepal will be working to strengthen private sector approaches %u200Bfor improving coverage of quality diarrhea and pneumonia management in 14 of the hardest hit districts post the April 25 earthquake.
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Total budget:
US $ 24.863.128
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Last updated:
2015-08-24T14:00:00
End date planned:
2015-08-29
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Activity status:
Implementation
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Youth-led programmes in Zambia focusing on civic participation, sexual reproductive health and rights, and livelihoods
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Total budget:
20.308.489
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Start date planned:
Last updated:
2014-11-18T15:31:03+00:00
End date planned:
2014-09-30
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Implementation
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Youth-led programmes in Zimbabwe focusing on civic participation, sexual reproductive health and rights, and livelihoods
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Total budget:
US $ 7.542.883
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Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-01-23T11:46:00+00:00
End date planned:
2014-09-30
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Implementation
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PRI works on penal and criminal justice reform worldwide. Our strategic goals for 2010-15 are: 1. Reduction in the use of imprisonment 2. Prevention of torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment 3. Incarceration of children as the last resort 4. A proportionate and sensitive response to women offending 5. A leading international resource for penal reform 6. Exploration of new ways and locations to promote penal reform. PRI's Head Office in London leads and co-ordinates international policy and advocacy activities, co-ordinates multi-regional programmes and supports PRI's Regional Offices in four regions and local partners in two further regions to implement country and regional programmes to achieve PRI's strategic goals. PRI Head Office also provides planning, programme development, fundraising, publications and online information and training resources, monitoring and evaluation functions as well as overall governance, personnel, administrative and financial management for PRI International.
PSI Malawi will design the logo and key messages for the National Rural Sanitation Marketing Program (NRSMP). The designs will act as the foundation of the promotional campaign of NRSMP. The NRSMP is aligned to the Government of Malawi's Open Defecation Free by 2015 Strategy and the National Sanitation Policy.
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Total budget:
US $ 2.693.608
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Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-08-24T14:00:00
End date planned:
2013-11-15
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Activity status:
Completion
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Accelerated child survival through integrated management of diarrhoeal disease and micronutrient deficiency in Somaliland and Puntland.
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Total budget:
US $ 1.711.808
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Last updated:
2015-08-24T14:00:00
End date planned:
2016-12-31
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Activity status:
Implementation
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Following the July 2006 Israeli war, UN-Habitat Lebanon implemented a project titled “Good governance for enhanced post-war reconstruction in South Lebanon” which aimed at enhancing the capacities of affected families and municipalities to better manage the reconstruction process. Within this project, three Regional Technical Offices (RTOs) were established in three targeted Unions of Municipalities (UoMs); Tyre, Bint Jbeil and Jabal Amel. The RTO's engineers and field officers, being part of the local communities, were able, in a short period of time, to mobilize and immediately provide assistance to affected families as well as to concerned municipalities. By assisting the municipalities with rapid technical assessments of the buildings needing reconstruction work, and providing information and guidelines for house owners with ABCs in repair work, the RTOs contributed to a broad and swift rehabilitation process with the local actors at the steering wheel. Based on the previous experience UN-Habitat now replicates the RTO model to support the efforts of providing shelter and services for Syrian refugees as well as meeting the needs of the house communities, by enhancing the role of local authorities. In the first pilot phase two RTOs will be established under the mandate of two Unions of Municipalities within the Saida/Zahrani and Chouf districts. After the pilot RTOs are put in place and anticipated system and mechanisms tested, the approach will be applied in more Unions with further geographical outreach. The aim is to establish a model that could work within all Unions of Municipalities in Lebanon, covering more than 800 of the 1000 Municipalities in the country. To ensure that the project is able to rapidly apply the model in new Unions, a second batch of another three Unions of Municipalities is identified. This proposed Project, with a focus on enhancing the involvement of municipalities in responding to the needs of Syrian refugees, would i) complement the efforts of the Government, UNHCR, and other UN, national and international agencies, ii) accelerate the assistance process addressed to refugees, and iii) reduce the tension between host communities and refugees.The goal of the project is to respond to the immediate needs of Syrian refugees and host communities in different areas of Lebanon while laying the foundation for medium and long term sustainable solutions. In line with the project goal, the proposed action is planned to achieve two main objectives: - Accelerate the accommodation process of refugee families through the active involvement of municipalities and unions of municipalities in identifying, assessing and facilitating sound shelter facilities that comply with UNHCR standards and norms. - Support host communities through the implementation of sound projects that would respond to community groups needs and would enhance the delivery of basic urban services taking into account the existing and forthcoming numbers of refugees. The strategy would include the following: At the national level, UN-Habitat has been coordinating and will continue collaboration with UNHCR, the Ministry of Social Affairs (MoSA), the Ministry of Interior and Municipalities (MoIM) and other concerned governmental institutions and International agencies. This is being done through taking part in donor meetings as well as working groups, mainly shelter and WASH, and inter-agency meetings. At the regional levels, in addition to municipalities and unions of municipalities, bureaus and representatives of government and international and UN agencies would constantly be engaged in the project processes, notably the Qaimmaqams (Heads of district/Caza leading the regional security cells), UNHCR and other international agencies regional offices. The project will also collaborate and complement on-going and recent UN initiatives in the targeted areas dealing with issues related to Syrian refugees. The project will set up a model whereby unions of municipalities, municipalities, and communities are actively and constantly engaged in responding to the needs of the Syrian refugees. Partnerships with key local actors represent a core value for this project. The involvement of local actors will prevent possible bottleneck situations in the response, as it will not be limited to agencies already concerned with overstretched capacities.
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Total budget:
US $ 1.461.326
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Start date planned:
2013-09-01
Last updated:
2014-02-25T13:51:55
End date planned:
2014-03-31
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Implementation
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The project aims at improving citizen's quality of life especially that of excluded, marginalized and unreached poor living in Gaddap Town, Karachi and Qasimabad, Hyderabad through strengthening urban governance and social cohesion in terms of access to WASH basic social services. The overall programme builds on the extensive working experience of UN-Habitat in urban informal settlement and UNICEF in operationalizing the Pakistan Approach to Total Sanitation (PATS), a national strategy to implement sanitation programmes in Pakistan.PATSbrings together different approaches to address rural as well as urban sanitation; and focuseson the multifaceteddimensions of sanitation: i.e. poverty, gender, community participation and the facilitating the role of service providers, civil society and donors etc.Main Expected Accomplishments 1. Enabling environment created to support changes in hygiene behaviours 2. Improved access to water and sanitation facilities
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Total budget:
US $ 600.000
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Start date planned:
2014-10-01
Last updated:
2014-11-12T18:30:40
End date planned:
2015-09-30
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Implementation
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Syrian refugee children benefit from a school environment that provides effective learning, is responsive to their needs, and inclusive of the community.
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No information available
Total budget:
GBP £ 481.039
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Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-03-11T15:31:19+00:00
End date planned:
2015-07-31
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Sector code(s):
No information available
Activity status:
Implementation
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Contribute to the reduction of child mortality caused by malaria related diseases in particular reducing mortality rates due to acute diarrhea in children under 5 years in Cote d'Ivoire
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Total budget:
US $ 464.812
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Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-08-24T14:00:00
End date planned:
2013-12-31
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Activity status:
Completion
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Engaging schools via the power of football
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No information available
Total budget:
EUR 458.393
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Start date planned:
2012-01-01
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No information available
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Implementation
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Ethiopia has set target to increase drinking water coverage as reflected in the Universal Access Plan (UAP) and the Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP). However, Ethiopia's groundwater drilling program, particularly in arid areas is characterized by failure due to unexpectedly low drilling success rate. The challenges are due to limited and fragmented hydrogeological information. This project will improve water well drilling success rate in Afar, one of Ethiopia's arid regional states, by increasing the groundwater resources information base and conducting a more targeted and integrated ghydrogeological survey.
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No information available
Total budget:
410.187
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Start date planned:
2013-08-07
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End date planned:
2015-02-28
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No information available
Activity status:
Implementation
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This project is a communication campaign to prevent cholera in Haiti.
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Total budget:
US $ 400.000
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Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-08-24T14:00:00
End date planned:
2014-05-23
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Activity status:
Completion
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In line with the National Strategy for street-working children, this project provides skills training, income generating projects, links to prospective employers and awareness raising on parental responsibilities to protect children who are working on the streets from exploitation, hazardous conditions and abuse.
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No information available
Total budget:
GBP £ 337.515
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Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-03-16T12:17:22+00:00
End date planned:
2016-05-01
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No information available
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Implementation
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The purpose of this project is to establish a common approach to service delivery across all urban systems, where public and private partners understand their roles fully and water utility performance is constantly monitored. The project will ensure participation of all stakeholders (including women, urban poor and IDPs, and other vulnerable groups), defend user rights, monitor performance of service providers (public, private or PPP entity), and ensure that consumer concerns, complaints and priorities are being addressedThe proposed action will identify a framework which will follow the the roles and accountabilities among public and private partners, as identified in the new Water Act, and enhance the public's ability to monitor the performance of water service providers. UNHabitat will provide technical knowledge and skills in terms of the actual topics, based on current knowledge, it is expected that capacity building activities will include cover water regulations, tariff setting, operational and maintenance of system,
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Total budget:
US $ 306.128
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Start date planned:
2013-05-01
Last updated:
2014-03-27T09:33:28
End date planned:
2016-03-15
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Implementation
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The project directly aims at improving citizen's quality of life especially that of excluded, marginalized and the unserved poor living in the area, with an indirect but positive impact on urban governance and social cohesion. The proposed interventions will target approx. 10,000 households with a total population of 71,000 individuals, including children, senior citizen and people with disabilities in Junejo, Machar and Hassan Mooman Colony to improve sanitation, provide safe drinking water and improve hygiene behaviours.
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Total budget:
US $ 300.000
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Start date planned:
2013-12-01
Last updated:
2014-07-16T05:06:14
End date planned:
2014-09-30
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Implementation
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The project is establishing a platform for sharing lessons learned and best practices among platforms and partners, in the realm of nutrition, specifically micronutrient powder. In addition to meetings and workshops, an online forum for sharing will be developed.
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Total budget:
US $ 249.127
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Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-08-24T14:00:00
End date planned:
2015-12-31
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Activity status:
Implementation
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Improving access to vital protection and psychosocial support services for 6,000 vulnerable Syrian and Iraqi children fleeing the conflicts in Syria and Anbar, and supporting a strengthened and more comprehensive approach to MRM in Iraq.
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No information available
Total budget:
GBP £ 155.557
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Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-03-23T09:37:45+00:00
End date planned:
2015-06-30
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Sector code(s):
No information available
Activity status:
Implementation
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The current activity aims at integrating the existing Basic Education MIS (BEMIS) and the Inspectorate MIS (IMIS) under a unique information system; and supporting its decentralisation within the context of the overall education sector development plan (ESDP) and UNDAP. UNICEF and UNFPA have pooled their remaining contributions from the joint programme on the development and implementation of an Education Sector Information System (ESMIS) and put such resources under management and administration of UNESCO for the implementation of the current activity.
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Principal sector:
No information available
Total budget:
147.133
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Start date planned:
2014-04-01
Last updated:
End date planned:
2015-04-01
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Sector code(s):
No information available
Activity status:
Implementation
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The need has been identified for a low cost latrine emptying system which could reach into areas with difficult access, could suck out the dense wastes in latrine pits, transport the waste over short distances for disposal and still be affordable to the small entrepreneurs who are providing services in the unplanned peri-urban areas developing around Mogadishu. There is an urgent need to deploy a system to redress the situation, but the proposed system should however meet the following criteria: · Must be simple, user friendly and cheap to maintain by local communities · Must uphold hygiene standards both for the operators and the general public · Can be operated as an income generating enterprise by the local communities and generated revenue can be ploughed back to sustain and expand the project To this end, UN-HABITAT proposes to pilot the Vacutug latrine pit emptying technology in three IDP Camps in Mogadishu to support the work of UNICEF, the WASH cluster and residents of the camps to provide an environmentally sound sludge management system that can be replicated in other similar situations. One Vacutug has a capacity of emptying up to about 10 tons per day which translates into 30 tons if the proposed three units operate full time. The Mogadishu IDP camps operate pit-latrines made of oil drums holding a maximum of 200lts of sludge on full capacity, the proposed system will therefore service up to about 150 latrines per day. The proposed Mogadishu IDP area sludge management project aims at establishing environmentally sustainable and designated sludge disposal sites in collaboration with the Mogadishu (Benadir) Regional Authority. UN-Habitat, in collaboration with its local NGO partner and participating IDP area leadership will engage the District and Regional authorities in Mogadishu, and ensure their direct involvement in the project activities, particularly in relation to the establishment and management of temporary and long-term sludge disposal. The project ensures transition from emergency desludging measures to a sustainable system for sludge removal, in collaboration with public authorities, the private sector and community groups. The main outcomes of the project are: · A low-cost sludge management strategy adopted and is working in the three IDP camps of Mogadishu in Somalia under management by local communities. · Local authority and the communities in the IDP camps have the capacity to design, build and maintain improved pit latrines and sludge disposal sites and management of mechanised sludge disposal technology (i.e. Data records, established practices and organizational arrangements from pilot project are used and fully incorporated in the SECIL Project, for long-term sustainability) · Suitable designs, tools and techniques developed to provide more sustainable sanitation solutions for IDPs and other communities in densely populated settlements
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Total budget:
US $ 140.662
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Start date planned:
2013-05-30
Last updated:
2014-01-17T11:07:27
End date planned:
2013-12-31
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Activity status:
Implementation
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