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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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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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Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-01-23T16:01:58+00:00
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2014-09-30
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Implementation
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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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Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-01-14T14:28:49+00:00
End date planned:
2014-09-30
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Implementation
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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
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Start date planned:
2008-01-01
Last updated:
2015-06-09T10:00:05
End date planned:
2011-12-31
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Activity status:
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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Total budget:
US $ 791.451.181,10
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Start date planned:
2013-01-01
Last updated:
2015-06-09T10:00:05
End date planned:
2015-12-31
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Activity status:
Implementation
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Title: UNITAID
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Total budget:
GBP £ 789.720.233
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Start date planned:
2006-12-02
Last updated:
2015-04-01T02:27:02
End date planned:
2026-03-01
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Implementation
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Ethiopia is one of the countries most affected by the HIV and AIDS pandemic, with an estimated 2.2 million citizens currently living with HIV. The overall goal of the program supported by this grant is to reduce the spread and impact of HIV and AIDS through the scaling up of existing interventions. The intension is to stabilize the incidence of HIV and AIDS. This will be accomplished through an integrated approach including epidemiological surveillance and operational research, a continuum of care to provide treatment, care and support services to people living with HIV and AIDS or those at risk of infection, ensuring blood safety and universal precautions, information, education and communication interventions, condom promotion, distribution and social marketing and health sector capacity building. The program targets HIV and AIDS patients, household and community workers, public health officials and policy makers and health workers.
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Total budget:
US $ 783.829.922
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Start date planned:
2004-01-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T05:59:46
End date planned:
2015-06-30
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Activity status:
Implementation
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In Rwanda, the estimated adult HIV/AIDS prevalence is 3 percent, with 97.3 percent of all cases in urban areas. This Single Stream of Funding (SSF) is a consolidation of the Round 6 HIV grant (Phase 2), Round 7 HIV grant (Phase 2) and the approved National Strategic Application (NSA) proposal. SSF will provide Rwanda the opportunity to have an almost full funded National Strategic Plan (NSP) on HIV and AIDS and provide a real opportunity to achieve the ambitious results set out in the NSP which are to halve HIV incidence in the general population by 2012. The overall goal of the program is to reduce significantly morbidity and mortality and to assure that the opportunities and rights of people both infected and affected by HIV are guaranteed. The program is focusing on the general population particularly pregnant women and their children and people living with HIV/AIDS. This program helps to scale-up the social support for HIV orphans and vulnerable children and targets to implement HIV prevention platforms for Most at Risk Populations (MARP). This grant will provide behaviour change communication (BCC) on HIV/AIDS and carry out monitoring and evaluation activities of the program.
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Total budget:
US $ 576.058.809
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Start date planned:
2010-07-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T06:04:46
End date planned:
2017-12-31
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Activity status:
Implementation
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The Indian government estimates that approximately 2.4 million people in India were living with HIV as of 2007. The epidemic is highly varied across states and regions but the states identified as being most affected in 2006 are the four southern states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra, and the northeastern state of Manipur. The program supported by this grant is a partnership between the public and private sectors to provide HIV and AIDS prevention, treatment, care and support in high prevalence states. The grant focuses on scaling up access to antiretroviral drugs through both public and private sectors. In view of strong program performance and demonstrated potential for impact, the grant activities are to be scaled up throughout the country under recently approved additional funding. The grant is being consolidated with the treatment component of IDA-607-G11-H.
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Total budget:
US $ 504.223.400
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Start date planned:
2005-09-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T05:04:48
End date planned:
2015-09-30
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Activity status:
Implementation
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This EMOP was launched on 15 January 2010,three days after the earthquake. The objectives of the EMOP are to save lives and protect livelihoods,improve food consumption for households affected by the emergency and enhance their self reliance,in line with Strategic Objective 1 and 3. Soon after the earthquake,and in line with the Government policy,the operation moved from general food distribution (GFD) to conditional and targeted food assistance through a safety net approach,introducing activities to facilitate early recovery as promptly as possible while improving immediate food security and preventing malnutrition (food for work,school feeding and nutrition). As early as February,the operation incorporated a cash element within the food-for-work (FFW) modality and local purchase for school feeding. Meanwhile,the EMOP was extended in time from an initial six-month to a fifteen-month period,until 31 March 2011.
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Total budget:
US $ 500.704.073,27
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Start date planned:
2010-01-15
Last updated:
2015-06-09T10:00:05
End date planned:
2011-03-31
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Activity status:
Completion
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The National HIV Sentinel Survey (NHSS) of 2008 revealed a national HIV prevalence rate of 4.6% in Nigeria. The prevalence varied by state ranging from 1% to 10.6% and was generally higher in urban than rural areas except in nine states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). The percentage increased within the age group of 25-29 years, and beyond which it declined. It was higher among singles than married and higher among women with primary and secondary education. This Program will build on the program supported through the fifth round of Global Fund financing, which supported the provision of comprehensive adult Anti Retroviral Therapy (ART) services in five sites in each of the 36 states of Nigeria and the FCT. Through the Program the gap in access and coverage of HIV services to rural communties will be bridged by the further decentralization of HIV/AIDS prevention, care and support services to the Primary Health Care Center (PHC) and community levels, while expanding ART services through establishing 194 new ART sites in secondary health facilities. This Program will contribute to the national goal to expand HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, care and support in Nigeria in order to reduce HIV incidence and its associated morbidity and mortality. In the second Implementation Period, this Program will be implemented by three Principal Recipients, National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA), Association for Reproductive Health (ARFH) and Society for Family Health (SFH). The goal is to scale up gender-sensitive HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, and care and support interventions for adults and children in Nigeria and to contribute to the restoration of public confidence in primary health care services in Nigeria, and thereby reverse declines in the utilization of primary health care facilities.
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Total budget:
US $ 483.872.493
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Start date planned:
2010-07-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T05:20:06
End date planned:
2015-12-31
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Implementation
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1. Background and Summary: The primary goal of this Program is to reinforce the Government of Tanzania’s response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic by expanding service delivery to the lower tiers of the health system. Attaining this goal requires financing recurring costs, such as Health Products and consumables, as well as supporting activities that maintain and strengthen the system in place, such as refresher training for community health workers, supervision and mentoring. Experience with previous Global Fund grants has highlighted the need for greater coordination among relevant stakeholders. Accordingly, this grant will support the scale up of HIV/AIDS services by strengthening capacity and coordination among key stakeholders in the public and private sectors, including: Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), Faith-based Organizations (FBOs), People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLHA) groups, as well as the Tanzania Commission for AIDS (TACAIDS), the national coordination body for Tanzania’s multi-sectoral HIV/AIDS programming. Tanzania faces an urgent need for drugs and commodities for the delivery of HIV/AIDS services. The scale-up of the national anti-retroviral therapy (ART) program has resulted in a seven-fold increase in the number of patients enrolled in treatment, from 23,951 in 2005 to 189,494 in October 2008. Funding for commodities that are key to the delivery of key services such as HIV testing, Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) management, Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT), ART, Opportunistic Infection (OI) treatment and prophylaxis, and early infant diagnosis will therefore form an integral part of the Program. The Program will additionally measure the outputs, outcomes and impact of HIV/AIDS interventions addressed by the Program. Specifically, this program’s main objectives are to scale up through expansion of care and treatment services to primary health care facilities, increase coverage of key prevention services all over the country, ensure continuous quality service delivery and strengthen the national-level stakeholders and coordination mechanisms. Two Principal Recipients will work on attaining the goals of the program, namely the Ministry of Finance and African Medical Research Foundation (AMREF). 2. Goals: • Secure and sustain Tanzania’s HIV/AIDS prevention, care, treatment and support services; and • Strengthen coordination and implementation capacity of key stakeholders. 3. Target Group/Beneficiaries: • PLHA who are eligible for care and treatment • PLHA suffering from chronic illness and/or malnourishment • Patients on care and treatment • In- and out-patients at health facilities • Pregnant women and their partners • Infants born to HIV positive mothers • Sexually active population, especially youth • Health care workers and PLHA accessing HIV/AIDS services • Private sector and Individuals and groups served by FBOs, PLHA, CSOs • General population of Tanzania 4. Strategies: • Expand care and treatment services to the lower tiers of the health system; • Expand health services, including ART, PMTCT, STI treatment and OI treatment and prophylaxis, to underserved populations; • Extend provision of home-based care services to facilities in targeted district; • Provide resources and supportive structures in order to mitigate the adverse effects of chronic illness and opportunistic infections among PLHA; • Provide nutritional supplements to malnourished children; • Expand coverage of Provider Initiated Testing and Counseling (PITC) services to reach all in- and out-patients in targeted health centres and dispensaries; • Strengthen supportive supervision and mentoring networks and the provision of service delivery tools. • Build the human resources and organizational capacity of key public sector, private sector, and CSOs, PLHA groups, and FBOs. 5. Planned Activities: • Procure and distribute ARVs, Home-based Care Kits, RUTF (Ready-to Use Therapeutic Food), medicines to treat Sexually Transmitted Infections, HIV test kits, laboratory equipment and related reagents. Scale up the procurement of STI drugs and commodities by 5% per year. In 2011 procure DNA-PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) machines, DBS (Dried Blood Spots) collection kits and lab consumable bandles. • Train (new/refresher) ToT and health Care Workers (HCWs) on care and treatment, RUTF use, STI management, Adolescent/youth Sexual Reproductive Health, syphilis screening, PMTCT and PITC (Provide initiated testing and counselling). • Conduct supportive supervision and clinical mentoring • IEC/BCC for PITC expansion • Develop and print protocols, guidelines, job aids, reporting forms and IEC materials such leaflets and posters • Establish district forums for PLHA • Assess CSOs and train CSOs on programme management, financial capacity and M & E • Conduct Joint Annual Multi-sectoral meeting and key national campaign • Develop National SOPs for data management, Quality Assurance (QA) and reporting • Conduct HIV Indicator Survey 2010-11 and 2013-14 • Fund call for proposals for grants focused on Operational Research
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Total budget:
US $ 462.069.954
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Start date planned:
2010-06-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T06:13:17
End date planned:
2015-12-31
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Activity status:
Implementation
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No description given.
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Total budget:
CAD $ 450.000.000
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Start date planned:
Last updated:
2015-06-30T00:00:00-05:00
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Activity status:
Implementation
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Total budget:
US $ 437.270.909
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2014-01-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T06:22:12
End date planned:
2016-12-31
Reporting organisation:
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Activity status:
Implementation
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The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is a low income,food deficit country ranked last in the 2012 Human Development Index. Nineteen years of complex armed conflict have resulted in the displacement of over 2.9 million people in the provinces of North Kivu,South Kivu,Orientale,Katanga,Maniema and Equateur,with 1.6 million displaced in North and South Kivu alone. PRRO 200167 aimed to reduce hunger in a conflict and post-conflict context. In line with WFP Strategic Objectives 1,2,3,and 5 it would: i) improve the food consumption of internally displaced persons (IDPs),refugees and food-insecure communities affected by shocks,through general food distributions (GFD),including cash and voucher transfers; ii) reduce acute malnutrition among children 6 to 59 months and pregnant and lactating women (PLW); iii) improve the food security of crisis-affected households and communities while increasing access to assets and reducing vulnerability to shocks through food assistance-for-assets (FFA) activities; iv) improve the nutritional recovery of malnourished people living with HIV (PLHIV) and people infected with TB who are undergoing antiretroviral therapy (ART) or directly observed-short course treatment (TB-DOTS),or are a part of the prevention of mother to child transmission programme (PMTCT),through individual nutritional support; v) stabilize the enrolment of primary school children and address short-term hunger through school feeding; and vi) strengthen the capacity of the government to reduce hunger,including through capacity development strategies and local purchases. The PRRO was due to end in December 2012 but was extended by six months,ending in June 2013. All its beneficiaries were then to be assisted under a successor operation (PRRO 200540) starting in July 2013. During the six-month extension,the operation maintained its relief assistance to particularly vulnerable groups,but also focused on paving the way for resilience-building and early recovery in conflict-affected areas,in particular those transitioning from recent shocks,such as Equateur,Kasai Occidental,Kasai Oriental and parts of Katanga. The operation was aligned with the government's draft Poverty Reduction Strategy (2011-2015),the government and the UN's Stabilization Plans for areas emerging from conflict in the east of the country,and the evolving plan to support peace consolidation in the west of the country. Despite numerous challenges including funding constrains,insecurity and an extremely vast geographical coverage,in 2013 WFP was able to reach most of the planned beneficiaries and ensure livelihoods were maintained.
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Total budget:
US $ 432.958.545,31
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Start date planned:
2011-01-01
Last updated:
2015-06-09T10:00:05
End date planned:
2013-06-30
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Activity status:
Implementation
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Title: First year contribution of £415 million
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Principal sector:
Total budget:
GBP £ 415.000.000
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2013-12-13
Last updated:
2014-05-05T05:35:09
End date planned:
2017-03-31
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Activity status:
Implementation
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Ethiopia is one of the countries most affected by the HIV and AIDS pandemic, with an estimated 2.2 million citizens currently living with HIV. The program supported by this grant focuses on increasing access to treatment care and support services and strengthening preventive services by accelerating information, education and communication activities, with a special focus on women and youth. It aims to increase access to antiretroviral drugs for people living with HIV and AIDS. In addition, voluntary counseling and testing services will be made available throughout Ethiopia and interventions to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV will be made more accessible. Care and support of HIV-infected and affected families are also integral components of the program, which targets HIV and AIDS patients, vulnerable communities, health, community and household workers, and public health officials and policy makers.
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Total budget:
US $ 371.547.961
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2005-03-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T05:59:46
End date planned:
2010-08-31
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Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Completion
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Support to The Global Fund to Fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM)
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Total budget:
US $ 366.764.691,75
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Last updated:
2015-07-29T00:00:00
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Implementation
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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
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Start date planned:
2012-01-01
Last updated:
2015-06-09T10:00:05
End date planned:
2016-06-30
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Activity status:
Implementation
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Kenya faces both a generalized and a concentrated HIV epidemic that continues to have a devastating impact on all sectors of society. The HIV epidemic in Kenya affects more females than males and data has also shown that HIV is spreading very rapidly in most-at-risk populations (MARPs) who now account for a third of all the new infections in the country (Kenya Modes of Transmission Study 2008) while heterosexual sex continues to be the main mode of transmission. The goal of this Program is to contribute to the reduction of new infections and AIDS-related morbidity and mortality for an HIV-free society. This Program is a stand-alone single stream of funding (SSF) Round 10 HIV grant and is implemented by two Principal Recipients (PR) under dual-track financing. The current PR will focus on scaling up the number of people under anti-retroviral therapy (ART) and also intends to target MARPs (men who have sex with men, sex workers and injecting drug users) with a component designed to improve the technical and programmatic capacity of implementers.
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Total budget:
US $ 329.436.729
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2011-09-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T06:01:03
End date planned:
2017-06-30
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Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Implementation
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Countries:
Principal sector:
Total budget:
US $ 326.679.825
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2012-04-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T05:21:36
End date planned:
2015-12-31
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Activity status:
Implementation
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The Indian government estimates that approximately 2.4 million people in India were living with HIV as of 2007. The epidemic is highly varied across states and regions but the states identified as being most affected in 2006 are the four southern states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra, and the northeastern state of Manipur. The program supported by this grant is scaling up care and prevention behavior among pregnant women in the six states with high HIV prevalence. Funded activities included implementation of a comprehensive care package for HIV-infected mothers, their infants and partners to provide preventive treatment with antiretroviral drugs, family planning, voluntary counseling and testing and counseling on infant feeding. In view of strong program performance and demonstrated potential for impact, the grant activities are to be scaled up throughout the country under recently approved additional funding. The grant is being consolidated with IDA-304-G04-C and the testing and counseling component of IDA-607-G11-H.
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Principal sector:
Total budget:
US $ 315.037.077
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2004-05-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T05:04:48
End date planned:
2015-11-30
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Activity status:
Implementation
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Malawi is among the countries in Southern Africa at the epicenters of the HIV and AIDS pandemic, with HIV infection predominantly transmitted through heterosexual intercourse. The program supported by this grant aims to bring a balanced approach between prevention, care, support and treatment of HIV and AIDS in Malawi and to reduce the burden of HIV and AIDS-related illnesses and deaths so that they no longer pose a threat to economic growth and political stability. The program consists of assistance to expand voluntary counseling and testing centers, to provide services to HIV-infected mothers to prevention transmission of the disease to their infants; and commencement of antiretroviral therapy to eligible patients. The program is also strengthening home-based care and treatment of opportunistic infections.
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Total budget:
US $ 309.632.982
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2009-04-01
Last updated:
2015-08-28T05:21:35
End date planned:
2010-01-30
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Activity status:
Completion
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Until its end in March 2014,the operation assisted the government in meeting urgent needs of populations whose food security was adversely affected by drought,severe storms,floods and other natural hazards; and strengthened the government's capacity to prepare for,assess and protect food security in emergency situations brought about by natural disasters. The activities supported recovery of livelihoods and food security and reduced poverty and vulnerability to shocks. Specific objectives included: - Saving lives and reducing undernutrition among people affected by disasters; - Strengthening community capacity to reduce risks and adapt to climate variability; - Increasing access to food and restoring destroyed or depleted assets; - Improving the nutritional status of targeted women and children; and - Building local government capacity to design,implement and sustain community-level agricultural projects. The operation was in line with national strategies and operational plans,the 2013-2016 United Nations Integrated Strategic Framework,and contributed to WFP Strategic Objectives 1,2,3 and 4. Through social and productive safety net programmes,WFP provided emergency food assistance and invested in nutrition and asset-creation activities among vulnerable groups. Concurrently,WFP worked with the government to develop national capacity and reinforce ownership at the departmental level. Activities under the PRRO included: - An emergency response component in form of prepositioned food stocks for general food distributions (GFDs) to meet relief needs of vulnerable communities; - Nutrition interventions,namely the treatment of moderate acute malnutrition (MAM) among children 6-59 months and pregnant and lactating women; - Take-home family rations for households with people living with HIV and TB who were undergoing anti-retroviral therapy (ART) and direct observed treatment short course (DOTS),so that the patients could optimize the adherence to and effectiveness of the treatment; and - Food assistance for assets (FFA) through cash transfers,conditional on participation in productive activities to restore livelihoods and assets while meeting food needs following natural shocks. The PRRO 108440 was succeeded by PRRO 200618 in April 2014.
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Total budget:
US $ 298.376.223,77
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2010-01-01
Last updated:
2015-06-09T10:00:05
End date planned:
2014-03-31
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Implementation
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Title: Second year contribution of £385 million
Countries:
Principal sector:
Total budget:
GBP £ 285.000.000
IATI identifier:
Start date planned:
2013-12-13
Last updated:
2014-12-23T02:35:12
End date planned:
2017-03-31
Reporting organisation:
Sector code(s):
Activity status:
Implementation
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