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      • JOURNEY OF DIPECHO PROJECT
      • (Surakshit Samudaya II: “Building disaster- resilient communities, Nepal”)
      • TILL MID TERM REVIEW
      • PROJECT OBJECTIVES
      • Principal Objective
      • To contribute to the disaster risk reduction measures in Nepal through community based disaster preparedness initiatives for enhancing community resilience
      • Specific Objective
      • To strengthen capacities of community and local institutions for reducing impact of disasters and ensuring rights of disaster vulnerable people
    • Project Summary
      • Project period: July 2009 to September 2010
      • Project districts: Sunsari, Banke and Udayapur (Refresher only)
      • Project areas: 3 districts, 5 VDC, 5 MP, 28 wards
      • Project Beneficiaries/right holders: 13,895
      • Local Implementing Partners: UPCA Nepal, Sunsari, BEE Group, Banke, NP Nepal, Udayapur and Co- Action, Chitwan
      • Budget: Euro 377,095
      • Funded by: European Commission Humanitarian Aid department
      • Co-financed by: Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID)
    • PROJECT AREAS IN MAP
    • RIGHTHOLDERS DISTRIBUTION District VDC/MP Ward no Beneficiaries Revised actual Banke Gangapur VDC 1,2,3,4,5,6,8 & 9 4964 4149 Matehiya VDC 1, 2 & 3 1600 1849 Sunsari Narshing VDC 1 & 4 2144 2383 Babiya VDC 1, 6 & 8 599 800 Inaruwa MP 5 & 6 440 607 Inaruwa MP 3 541 541 Dharan MP 13 & 11/16 1514 1514 Itahari MP 6 & 7 533 533 Udayapur Jogidaha VDC 7 & 8 494 494 Triyuga MP 2 & 5 1025 1025 13,854 13,895
      • EXPECTED RESULTS
      • R1. Capacity of communities is enhanced to reduce impact of disasters through collective actions
      • R2. Enabling environment created through appropriate DRR policies and plans
      • R3. Target stakeholders demonstrate increased awareness on disaster preparedness methods at family and community level
      • R4. Small scale mitigation measures with government and local support contribute to vulnerability reduction
    • PROJECT ACTIVITIES
      • Activities under Result 1
      • Reflect circle formation (10 new)
      • DMC formation (10 new)
      • REFLECT TOT (1*8 days*24) , PVA TOT (2*5 days*24), CBDRR & emergency response (1*5 days) training to field staffs
      • REFLECT Refresher (1*4 days*24)
      • CBDRR to community volunteers (4*2 days)
      • CBDRR to school volunteers (2*7 days*30)
      • First Aid Training (2*7 days*30)
      • Light Search & Rescue Training (2*5days*30)
      • DP materials (10 DMCs-Stretcher, rope, mike, life jacket, grain storage…)
      • EWS system-CBEWS training (4*3 days), stakeholder meeting (4*1 day)
    • PROJECT ACTIVITIES (Cont)
      • Activities under Result 2
      • 1. District level DMC coordination meeting (4*1 day*40)
      • 2. National conventions of DMC members (1*2 days*400)
      • 3. Exposure visit to DMC members in country (1*4 days*45)
      • 4. Orientation to government officers on DRR/HFA (2*1day*30)
      • 5. Orientation to NGO leaders on DRR/HFA (4*1 day*40)
      • 6. DRR/HFA sensitization to CA members (5*1day*40)
      • 7. Advocacy with parliamentarians (Advocacy kit)
      • 8. Orientation to journalist on DRR/HFA (1*1day*30)
      • 9. Orientation workshop to project staffs (1*3 days*30)
      • 10. Project Review Meetings (3*35)
    • PROJECT ACTIVITIES (Cont)
      • Activities under Result 3
      • PVA exercise in field (18 location*3 times)
      • Posters (3000 copies), Flip Chart on flood, EQ preparedness (50 each)
      • Wall painting (30), Hoarding board(30) & Sign/display board (30)
      • Street theatre shows (60)
      • FM Radio broadcast
      • Short films on DRR (4 films*20 mins)
      • Activities under Result 4
      • Bio-dyke protection of embankment (2*200 m)
      • School retrofitting (2*2 schools)
      • Hospital retrofitting (1*1 school)
      • Elevated hand pumps (20)
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      • The basis of problem solving is continuous dialogue with the concerned groups or individuals, and being transparent of the interventions
      • The process of meaningful participation and involvement takes long time; however it brings good result, and ownership of the task
      • The indirect involvement of disaster focal persons of government stakeholders increases the response or accountability towards DRR initiatives
      • We can achieve great result if we aware, encourage, support and follow up to the community on their self initiation.
      • To bring effective result through participatory approach, we need to work out in small cluster; otherwise participation can be mess.
      • The blanket approach in project implementation does not always work; the dealing should be different with different people in the community
      • Timely completion of the project activities since more time requires in the process
      • Quicker price hike in the construction materials
      • The telephone and transportation network is not good in the Banke area; the condition will further decline in rainy season; hence delaying in decision making and communication.
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