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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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2015-01-23T16:43:55+00:00
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2014-09-30
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Implementation
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Youth-led programmes in Uganda focusing on civic participation, sexual reproductive health and rights, and livelihoods
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Total budget:
515.270.102
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2015-01-23T16:01:58+00:00
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2014-09-30
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Youth-led programmes in Tanzania focusing on civic participation, sexual reproductive health and rights, and livelihoods
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Total budget:
431.909.002
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2015-01-14T14:28:49+00:00
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2014-09-30
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US $ 055.643.328
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The primary objectives of WFP's Emergency Operation (EMOP) in Sudan are to save lives,reduce food insecurity and restore the livelihoods of conflict-affected and vulnerable populations. The bulk of activities under the EMOP supported Strategic Objective 1: to save lives and protect livelihoods,among internally displaced persons (IDPs),refugees and other vulnerable groups and communities. The operation also supported Strategic Objective 3: to restore and re-build livelihoods in post-conflict situations,by supporting the return of IDPs and refugees and the re-establishment of livelihoods and the food security of communities. Activities were also carried out in support of Strategic Objective 4: to reduce chronic hunger and undernutrition,by increasing access to education,particularly for girls,and improving the nutritional status of those affected by chronic disease.
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US $ 793.884.766,71
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Start date planned:
2010-01-01
Last updated:
2015-06-09T10:00:05
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2010-12-31
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Completion
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PRRO 200443 was launched in January 2013 in line with WFP Strategic Plan (2008 - 2013) and aimed to support 2.9 million people over three years. The PRRO was re-aligned to the 2014- 2017 Strategic Plan with the primary objectives of enhancing resilience of vulnerable households and individuals to shocks (Strategic Objective 3),rebuilding food and nutritional security for households by providing protective safety nets (Strategic Objective 2) and saving lives through targeted relief interventions as seasonally and geographically appropriate (Strategic Objective 1). The PRRO also sought to build operational capacities of counterpart ministries in planning,oversight and implementation of health,nutrition and education activities. This PRRO represented a major shift from years of exclusive emergency response to an expanded focus towards recovery and resilience. The project sought to significantly scale up livelihood activities and incorporated a seasonal safety-net approach that provided predictable and targeted interventions during lean seasons and in other times of food insecurity. Under the PRRO,WFP has developed a joint strategy framework in partnership with FAO and UNICEF to build the resilience of vulnerable households and communities. The joint strategy seeks to rebuild,restore and create new livelihood assets for vulnerable populations,among other objectives. WFP livelihoods interventions under the joint strategy include food assistance for assets (FFA) and for training (FFT). The PRRO incorporated flexible nutrition responses allowing for both preventative (blanket supplementary feeding programme and mother and child health and nutrition - BSFP; Strategic Objective 1) and curative (targeted supplementary feeding programme - TSFP; Strategic Objective 2) approaches including for malnourished ART and TB clients (Strategic Objective 2). Protective (non-seasonal) safety-net programmes included school feeding and support to HIV/TB clients (both under Strategic Objective 2). The PRRO aimed to support vulnerable pastoralists,agro-pastoralists,internally displaced persons (IDPs) and the urban poor.
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US $ 791.451.181,10
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Start date planned:
2013-01-01
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2015-06-09T10:00:05
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2015-12-31
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US $ 676.125.672
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Aligned with WFP Strategic Objectives 1 and 2,the EMOP aimed to (i) save the lives of highly vulnerable,food insecure and acutely malnourished groups affected by conflict and natural disasters,including IDPs,refugees and returnees,and strengthen the Government's capacity to respond to emergencies; (ii) support the creation and rebuilding of community assets and livelihoods to enhance access to food security and strengthen the Government's capacity to address national food security and nutrition; (iii) support the reduction of maternal and child under-nutrition,particularly during the first 1,000 days of life,and assist government efforts in related policy and strategy; and (iv) improve access to basic services to alleviate short term hunger and contribute to learning while strengthening the capacity of the Government to manage school feeding programmes and create an enabling environment that promotes gender equality. WFP strived to achieve these goals by aligning with national policies such as the Interim Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (IPRSP),the Twenty-Five Year National Strategy (2007-2031),the post-secession second Five-Year Plan (2012-2016),the United Nations Strategic Response Plan (SRP) and the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF). Three budget revisions were conducted: the first two adjusted the number of beneficiaries during the planned duration of the project while the third extended the project for six months to June 2015. The EMOP will be succeeded by a multi-year protracted relief and recovery operation,effective from July 2015.
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US $ 626.765.285,77
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Start date planned:
2014-01-01
Last updated:
2015-06-09T10:00:05
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2015-06-30
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Targeted Food Assistance to Victims of Armed Conflicts and other Vulnerable Groups
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Total budget:
US $ 396.227.396,56
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Start date planned:
2013-07-01
Last updated:
2015-06-09T10:00:05
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2015-12-31
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In line with the WFP Strategic Plan (2008-2013),the overall objectives of the EMOP are to save lives and protect livelihoods and enhance self-reliance in emergencies. This is done through general food distributions (GFD),emergency school feeding (ESF) and nutrition programmes to prevent further deterioration of acute malnutrition in children under 5 in targeted,emergency-affected populations. ESF provides an alternative distribution mechanism and ensures that primary schoolchildren have access to food. The institutional feeding programmes,food for assets (FFA) and food for training (FFT) are to ensure adequate food consumption for targeted households and communities. This operation contributes to WFP's Strategic Objectives 1and 3. Beneficiaries include IDPs,rural and urban food insecure populations in a state of humanitarian emergency or acute food and livelihood crisis; pregnant and lactating women and children under 5; primary schoolchildren and other vulnerable groups including people living with HIV (PLHIV) and tuberculosis (TB) clients.
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Total budget:
US $ 330.881.469,09
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Start date planned:
2009-04-01
Last updated:
2015-06-09T10:00:05
End date planned:
2011-06-30
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Completion
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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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2015-01-23T12:18:27+00:00
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2014-09-30
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Implementation
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No description given.
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Total budget:
CAD $ 146.775.000
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2015-06-30T00:00:00-05:00
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Concentre a 80 pourcents sur l'urgence,le projet vise a: (i) ameliorer l'acces a l'alimentation pour les groupes les plus vulnerables a l'insecurite (objectif strategique 1); (ii) proteger les moyens de subsistance des populations en situation de crise et renforcer leur capacite a faire face aux chocs (objectif strategique 2); (iii) contribuer a l'amelioration de l'etat nutritionnel et sanitaire des enfants,des meres et autres groupes vulnerables (objectif strategique 3); (iv) renforcer la frequentation et la retention scolaire par un appui alimentaire aux eleves des ecoles primaires dans les zones de retour des deplaces et des refugies (objectif strategique 4); (v) renforcer les capacites du Gouvernement a travers des formations sur l'evaluation des besoins et la gestion des stocks strategiques (objectif strategique 5).
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US $ 139.446.647,25
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Start date planned:
2007-07-01
Last updated:
2015-06-09T10:00:05
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2010-12-31
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Completion
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Youth-led programmes in India focusing on civic participation, sexual reproductive health and rights, and livelihoods
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Total budget:
INR Rs 135.771.103
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2014-07-24T09:03:07+00:00
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2014-09-30
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Implementation
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Title: Education Sector Support Programme in Nigeria - Procurement of Services
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GBP £ 133.177.263
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Start date planned:
2008-12-11
Last updated:
2015-07-29T02:25:00
End date planned:
2017-09-30
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Implementation
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No description given.
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Total budget:
CAD $ 114.000.000
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2015-06-30T00:00:00-05:00
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US $ 99.002.521
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Title: International Citizen Service contract
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Total budget:
GBP £ 73.873.316
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Start date planned:
2012-03-01
Last updated:
2015-07-17T17:39:45
End date planned:
2015-02-28
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Aligned with the national initiative for social development,the national strategy of food security and the UN Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF),this operation aims to support refugees and rural communities affected by recurrent droughts and increasing food prices,while building government and community capacity on disaster preparedness. In line with WFP's Strategic Objectives,the PRRO aims to achieve the following objectives: - Support the poorest and most food-insecure populations,including refugees,through improved food access (Strategic Objective 1); - Enhance government,partner and community capacity in disaster preparedness (Strategic Objective 2); - Improve the nutritional status of refugees and other vulnerable groups (Strategic Objective 3); - Increase enrolment of girls in WFP assisted refugee schools (Strategic Objective 3); and - Promote resilience among food-insecure households and communities affected by shock (Strategic Objective 3).
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US $ 70.371.399,75
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Start date planned:
2011-10-01
Last updated:
2015-06-09T10:00:05
End date planned:
2015-04-30
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WFP assistance was critical in reaching vulnerable displaced populations that are otherwise excluded from the official internally displaced person (IDP) registry,as well as populations confined (blockaded people with mobilization restrictions due to presence of armed groups or land mines) or at risk of displacement by armed groups. WFP's support to vulnerable individuals and communities affected by displacement in Colombia was based on: improvement of nutritional status,particularly among children under 5 and pregnant and lactating women (Strategic Objective 1 and 3); increased and improved access to education for displaced and at-risk populations (Strategic Objective 3 ); protection and restoration of livelihoods of displaced individuals,families and communities and other violence-affected populations (Strategic Objective 3). In addition to general food distributions (GFD),WFP provided assistance through other relief interventions for children at nutritional risk,pregnant and lactating women,mother and child healthcare (MCHN),emergency school feeding,and food-for-assets (FFA) and food-for-training (FFT) activities. WFP also provided technical assistance,promoted capacity development of its local and national partners,and participated in promotional and awareness-building campaigns designed to strengthen national food security and nutrition policies. The PRRO focused on filling gaps in humanitarian support and building bridges between beneficiaries and government entities to facilitate dialogue and transition. The new PRRO will be more geographically concentrated and beneficiaries will be assisted on a family approach.
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US $ 68.136.011,11
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Start date planned:
2008-04-01
Last updated:
2015-06-09T10:00:05
End date planned:
2011-12-31
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Completion
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No description given.
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Total budget:
CAD $ 66.820.000
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2015-06-30T00:00:00-05:00
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In 2012,the Sahel Food and Nutrition Crisis forced poor households to rely on negative coping mechanisms,compounding dependence and poverty,hindering recovery and compromising resilience. Furthermore,the crisis accentuated underlying vulnerability and food insecurity that has been worsened by increasingly frequent,severe and regular climatic shocks. Protracted Relief and Recovery Operation (PRRO) 200509 was designed to respond to chronically high levels of malnutrition and food insecurity,which were accentuated by the crisis and to build resilience by enhancing and reinforcing capacities,livelihoods and opportunities for the most vulnerable and food-insecure people and communities. Moreover,activities contributed to the development of resilience by meeting food and nutrition security needs while reinforcing capacities of food-insecure people and national authorities to manage future risks. The operation contributed to Strategic Objectives 1,2 and 3 by improving the nutritional status of children aged 6-59 months and of pregnant and lactating women (PLW) through blanket and targeted supplementary feeding; improving retention rates of children with severe acute malnutrition (SAM) receiving in-patient treatment,by providing food rations to caretakers; supporting food-insecure households to strengthen livelihoods and build and protect community and household assets to ensure resilience against future shocks through food for assets (FFA) and training (FFT); and strengthening the government's capacity to respond to structural needs for building resilience,to manage future risks and to withstand the adverse effects of natural disasters.
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US $ 65.704.352,73
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Start date planned:
2013-04-01
Last updated:
2015-06-09T10:00:05
End date planned:
2015-06-30
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US $ 65.697.068
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Colombia is nearly self-sufficient in terms of food availability,with well-integrated markets. However,in areas affected by conflict and insecurity,armed groups restrict trade and disturb supply chains,increasing transaction costs and prices. The objective of the PRRO is to improve access to food and dietary diversity of people affected by armed conflict with high levels of food insecurity. Special attention was given to ethnic minorities including Afro-Colombian and indigenous people,who represent nearly half of the total beneficiaries assisted,due to their higher level of poverty and illiteracy,social exclusion,lower access to food. On the request of the Department for Social Prosperity (DPS),the Colombian Institute of Family Welfare (ICBF) and the Colombian Presidential Agency for International Cooperation,WFP launched the PRRO 200148 in 2012. The inclusion of household members in social-protection programmes is promoted through government counterparts in the field who linked beneficiaries to local social programmes available. In addition,beneficiary databases are regularly shared with the government to identify gaps in assistance and to extend coverage. These relationships and government resources have allowed WFP to reach more beneficiaries with nutrition-sensitive complementary assistance for children under 5 and pregnant and lactating women (PLW) through relief,and training on healthy life styles and adequate handling and preparation of food,through recovery assistance. Aligned with WFP Strategic Objective 1,the relief component focused on improving access to sufficient quantity and quality of food,allowing highly food-insecure families to improve their food consumption,prevent deterioration of nutritional status of children under 5 and PLW and reduce micronutrient deficiencies of children under 5. WFP prevented the recruitment of children into armed groups and retain children from 6 to 14 years in schools supporting primary,secondary and boarding schools. Under WFP Strategic Objective 2,the recovery component improved the livelihoods of vulnerable displaced people after the initial period of emergency assistance through food for assets (FFA) and food for training (FFT) activities,emphasizing actions that promoted self-sufficiency in meeting food and nutrition security. In line with WFP Strategic Objective 3 and building on previous voucher experience,WFP introduced an initiative to test food-assistance models that combined vouchers with local purchases from smallholder farmers' associations. With an emphasis on gender equality and women's empowerment,by targeting women heads of household and producers while providing gender-sensitive nutrition trainings and gender equality trainings to men and women,these new models supported the Government's Family Farmers initiative and have the potential to increase rural incomes while promoting dietary diversity. Results from the pilot indicate that WFP has an important role to play in leveraging purchasing power to connect smallholder farmers to markets in Colombia. The PRRO was extended until March 2015 in response to the evolving political context,the ongoing peace negotiations,redirections in government policies and changing beneficiary needs. WFP also aimed to increase efficiency using vouchers linked to local purchases,which reduced time needed by beneficiaries to receive assistance and at the same time promoted local production benefiting smallholder farmers' associations. Capacity development actions were introduced to strengthen local governments; to increase the ability to respond to natural disasters; to support boarding schools to fill gaps in the government programme and purchase of quinoa to introduce traditional nutritious food in the food basket.
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US $ 64.533.517,73
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Start date planned:
2012-01-01
Last updated:
2015-06-09T10:00:05
End date planned:
2015-03-31
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Implementation
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Total budget:
US $ 62.415.523
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