Integrated Development Programme

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Md. Fazlul Haque's presentation on BRAC's Integrated Development Programme at the Social Innovation Lab's Innovation Foum

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Integrated Development Programme

  1. 1. www.brac.net Integrated Development Programme (IDP) Md. Fazlul Haque Programme Manager 16 September 2013
  2. 2. www.brac.net • As per strategic plan (2011-2015) priority BRAC initiated an integrated programme for socio-economically depressed regions which are falling behind on MDG achievement • For understanding the context and developing IDP several meetings, field visits, discussions/consultations, need assessments and census carried out between 2011-2012 and finally IDP-Haor started its’ implementation since January, 2013 • IDP-Haor is being implemented through it’s10 offices in Baniachong Upazila and 5 offices in Derai Upazila • A total of 624 regular and 212 project staff have been hired, trained and deployed in Baniachong and Derai Upazila Introduction
  3. 3. www.brac.net Goal To improve the socio-economic condition of the Haor dwellers and ensure sustainable livelihoods through an integrated development approach. Objectives • To ensure Haor dwellers access to basic education, health, water and sanitation services • To enhance Haor dwellers access to sustainable livelihood opportunities with focus on increasing farm based production, diversification and improved market linkages • To enhance capacity of the poor community and local authority to access local available GO/NGO services/resources, to rise voices against exploitations/injustices and to exercise leadership in promoting pro-poor development • To test a pilot model in an integrated development approach to tackle multi-dimensional poverty in Haor area for future scale up. Goal and Objectives (IDP- Haor)
  4. 4. www.brac.net • Access to Basic Services – Health, Population and Nutrition – Education – Water, Sanitation and Hygiene • Poverty Reduction through Improved Livelihoods – Agriculture, Poultry, Livestock and Fisheries Development – Microfinance – Challenging the Frontiers of Poverty Reduction - Targeting Ultra Poor • Social Mobilization – Community Empowerment – Gender Justice and Diversity – Human Rights and Legal Aid Services – Safe Migration Intervention Components
  5. 5. www.brac.net Upazila Union Village Household Population Derai 10 241 49,299 243,690 Baniachong 15 441 62,093 357,573 Total 25 682 111,392 601,263 • As per census of BRAC in 2012, 5.9% population covered by BRAC in Derai and 3.9% in Baniachong Upazila • IDP has planned for covering 70-80% population under this project Area Coverage and Population
  6. 6. www.brac.net Markuli Chamakpur Kagapasha Baniachong Sadar Chowdhury Bazar Aligonj Sujatpur Ikram Muradpur Subidpur New Office Old Office Baniachong Upazila
  7. 7. www.brac.net New Office Old Office Vatipara Jogdal Dhal Bazar Shyamarchar Derai Derai Upazila
  8. 8. www.brac.net PO (BEP) SK Teacher Upazila Development Coordinator Area Development Coordinator (Union Level) Sector Specialists (MF, BEP, HNPP, WASH, STUP, CEP, HRLS, GJ&D, AFSP, Fisheries, Safe Migration) at UZ level Branch Manager (HNPP& WASH) PO (TUP) Branch Manager (TUP) Branch Manager (MF) Branch Manager (BEP) Branch Manager (AFSP) Branch Manager (CEP, HRLS & Gender) PO (HNPP) PO (WASH) PO (Agri) PO (Fisheries) PO (Poultry) PO (CEP) PO (HRLS) PO (Gender) Regional Managers (RMs of all programs) PO (MF) Branch Manager (Safe Migration) PO (Safe Migration) SS ShebikaFO/JFO Organogram of IDP Haor Project at Upazila Level PA
  9. 9. www.brac.net • Pilot Location: Chamakpur (2,726 HH) of Baniachong Shyamarchar (6,408 HH) of Derai • Name of the platform: Village Development Organization (VDO) • One PO is responsible for 250-300 HHs (Based on hati) and providing all program services • A VDO is formed with 25-40 members • One Shyastho Sebika is responsible for 50-60 HHs (Based on hati) • One SK is supervising 5-6 Shyastho Sebikas activities • One Branch Manager is supervising 5 to 6 POs activities IDP-Pilot: Common platform to reach out community
  10. 10. www.brac.net SK Assistant Area Development Coordinator Program Organizer Upazila Development Coordinator Area Development Coordinator (Union Level) Sector Specialists (MF, BEP, HNPP, WASH, STUP, CEP, HRLS, GJ&D, AFSP, Safe Migration) at Upazila level Regional Managers (RMs of all programs) Teachers SS Pilot Area Structure for Providing all services through one PO
  11. 11. www.brac.net • Boat School • Boat Library • Birthing Hut at Hati • Open water fish culture • Floating boat delivery centre • Cage Culture for employment creation • Experimenting Haor friendly sanitation • Rice Husking Mill for employment creation • Skill Development and employment creation for youth • Implementation of different program components under single management Other Innovations
  12. 12. www.brac.net Learning from Common Platform • One PO is providing all Program services • Less staff is involved for implementation • Reduced number of visit by different program staff to the same beneficiaries for service delivery, saves beneficiaries’time • Development worker is being developed instead of sectoral worker/ Sector specialist • Cost effective General Learning • Joint Inception Meeting at UP and Upazila level • Different issue discussion in same platform • Multiple use of boat • Haor/IDP allowances increased staff motivation Learning from IDP-Haor (as of now)
  13. 13. www.brac.net • Lack of educated persons who could be hired as SS, SK, FO, PO and teachers • Unavailability of houses for renting office and accommodation • Inadequate female staff • Unwillingness of staff to work in remote place Challenges in Haor Project
  14. 14. www.brac.net • Project is being implemented since January 2012 in 5 chars of Noakhali (Hatiya and Subornorchar) funded by IFAD, GoB and Government of Netherlands • 12,741 households are targeted under : -Micro-finance & capacity building -Legal & human rights -Health & family planning -Disaster management & climate changes -Agriculture & value chain development -WatSan • Delivering service from 6 branches • 112 program personnel are working under the project • 9,820 members has been admitted in 431 VOs • Two Brach offices to be relocated due to establishment of Army Camp Status of CDSP-IV
  15. 15. www.brac.net • Implementation started from July, 2012 in Joypurhat, Naogaon and Dinajpur districts as pilot basis. •Total 40,000 Indigenous peoples (approximate) are targeted under 4 upazilas •All staffs are recruited from Indigenous community • Community, including local leaders and authorities are showing very positive response Goals The project’s goals is to empower indigenous peoples through improved livelihood opportunities, leadership and cultural practices and advocacy supports in an integrated development approach Objectives •To improve livelihood condition through skill development •To promote indigenous leadership among indigenous men, women and youth •To protect and promote indigenous culture, language and traditional institution •To create awareness and advocacy Status of Indigenous Peoples Project
  16. 16. www.brac.net Thank You

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