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  • For the Steering Committee EMPHASIS in India CARE
  • What has happened till now?
  • Where will EMPHASIS work?• Nepal-India route – Source area (Accham and Kanchanpur) – Transit area (Gaddachouki) – Destination area (Delhi and National Capital Region)
  • Where will EMPHASIS work?• Nepal-India route – Source area (Accham and Kanchanpur) – Transit area (Gaurifanta) – Destination area (Delhi and National Capital Region)
  • Where will EMPHASIS work?• Nepal-India route – Source area (Accham and Kanchanpur) – Transit area (Rupaidiya) – Destination area (Delhi and National Capital Region)
  • Where will EMPHASIS work?• Bangladesh-India route – Source area (Jessore and Satkhira) – Transit area (Petropole and adjoining areas) – Destination area (Kolkata, Howrah and adjoining areas) Source point Transit point Destination point
  • Who will EMPHASIS work with?• Impact population: – Mobile population from Nepal and Bangladesh to India. – Both Men and Women – Come to India for at least three months at a time – Spouses left behind at source sites
  • First Year of the Programme• Knowledge Building Phase – Build knowledge, information, and analysis while supporting existing services for the target group. – Using analysis, clarify assumptions about services for each of the two migration routes: Inputs → Outputs → Outcomes → Impact
  • Key Processes – Staff RecruitmentStaff Recruitment process started in September,2009 and all staff were recruited by January, 2010. Staff Name Designation Place Essa Mohammad Rafique Team Leader New Delhi Nabesh Bohidar Manager (M-E-D) New Delhi Anju Bala Admn Assistant New Delhi Anupam Das Partnership Coordinator Kolkata Surajit Chakraborty Partnership Coordinator Bahraich Moushumi Kundu Partnership Coordinator New Delhi Jatin Juneja Finance Officer (part time) New Delhi
  • Key Processes – Common UnderstandingInduction Workshop (New Delhi-October 2009)• Facilitators – Audrey Swift – Andy Melendez• Key Outcomes: – Common understanding of the Programme Goals – Understanding of the key challenges in the programme
  • Key Processes – Common UnderstandingInception Workshop (Kathmandu-Oct/Nov 2009)• Facilitators – Audrey Swift – Andy Melendez – Ayesha Kariapper – Gulshan Rehman• Participants: Country teams and NGO partners• Key Outcomes: – Common understanding of the Programme Goals and objectives – Understanding of the key challenges in the programme – Routes – Draft Country work plans
  • Key Processes – Common UnderstandingNGO pre-orientation workshop (New Delhi-Dec 2009)• Participants: Potential NGO partners• Key Outcomes: – Common understanding of the Programme Goals and objectives – Understanding of the key challenges in the programme – Routes – Process for NGO assessment
  • Key Processes – Common UnderstandingCARE Staff Induction workshop (Lucknow-February 2010)• Facilitators (Md. Rafique & N Bohidar)• Key Outcomes – Common understanding of the Programme Goals and objectives – Understanding of the key challenges in the programme – Routes – Work Plans
  • Key Processes – Common Understanding• NGO Induction Workshop (New Delhi- Feb 2010) for NGO staff of Delhi/NCR• NGO Induction Workshop (Kolkata- March 2010) for NGO staff of West Bengal• NGO Induction Workshop – (Bahraich – March 2010) for staff of Uttar Pradesh• Key Outcomes: – Common understanding of the Programme Goals and objectives – Understanding Workplans and Budgets – Mapping Exercises – Understanding on HIV and mobility
  • Key Processes – NGO Partners Contracted• As the NGO partners were pre- selected, a process of NGO assessment was carried out with all the five NGOs. (Nov-Dec 2009)• The NGO assessment was carried out by a team comprising of both programme staff and finance staff of CARE.• Draft NGO contracts were sent to BIG through the Secretariat.• Approval of the contracts were received in late February.• NGO contracts were signed from the first of March
  • Key Processes – Current activities of the NGO partners• Mapping + Defining Impact and Sub-Impact population• Why are these important? – Need to know who is coming, through which route and settling where. What is the volume of mobility. – Pattern of mobility – Need for mapping data to be rigorous. – Need for common methodology and outputs• Status: – Initial discussions and mapping exercises initiated in all the program locations.
  • Key Processes – Overcoming the communication divide across countries• Communication & KM - Ning• One Stop Shop – Chat, Forum, Tele, Google-docs, Blog, Events, Calendar, Map, Groups, Photos, videos, audios, Transliteration, Archives, Intra, Google-search, SMS- web, Wiki• Status – Started in Dec 09, Analytics show high usage – Will require dedicated facilitator support
  • EMPHASIS KM Processes Discussion Transcripts Knowledge AssetsChat, Tele, Video Conf or Resources consisting ofE-forum discussion Discussion summary Recommended Documents,Blogs Consolidated Replies Websites, Contacts, Organizations…SMS, Audio, Video Final BlogGroup work Collaborative DocumentFGD, Field or Immersion Visit Reports, Guidelines, budgets ArchivesTransliteration Translated docs
  • Financial Status• Total Budget for EMPHASIS: £ 4,999,969 Regional Budget : £ 2,143,821 Nepal Budget : £ 830,541 India Budget : £ 1,316,884 Bangladesh Budget : £ 708,723• Project Start date is 3rd Aug’09 and ending on 2nd Aug’14.• Fund Code PN / FC : CSD010 / CS019• Expenditure till Dec’09 for Care India is £ 18,811.48.• Have signed the MOU with 5 Sub grantees in Year 1.• Constraints – Waiting for the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act 1976 (FCRA) approval due to which we are not able to draw down the money from Care UK.
  • Snapshots of Activities in the Field• EMPHASIS team crosses the heavily guarded Indo- Bangladesh Border
  • Snapshots of Activities in the Field• EMPHASIS team at the Indo-Nepal Border at Rupadiya
  • Snapshots of Activities in the Field• EMPHASIS team at the Indo-Nepal Border at Gaurifanta
  • We enjoy our work too• Some amazing sights and tastes
  • Snapshots of Activities in the Field• Visitor to EMPHASIS – Richard Greenhalgh (chair of CARE-UK Board)
  • Snapshots of Activities in the Field• Visitor to EMPHASIS – Jane Adisu & Nino Gurgulia
  • Milestones in the First Year - India # Milestones for Year One - India Timeline Status 1 Recruitment of all staff at country and regional End Qr 2 Completed level 2 Training of partner NGOs on M&E End of Qr 4 Will be done once M&E system is developed 3 Establishment of 1 Drop in Centre in Nepal, End of Qr 3 On Schedule - Will be Bangladesh and India done by April 4 Mapping of existing service providers End of Qr 3 On Schedule – Will be completed by April 5 First capacity building session with at least 5 End of Qr 4 Will be done NGOs/CBOs each in all countries 6 First capacity building session with border End of Qr 4 Will be done security/ police in India and Nepal 7 Publication of first set of leaflets and posters in End of Qr 4 Will be done after India and Bangladesh BCC strategy is developed
  • Proposals forthe Steering Committee
  • Discussion: Program• Get Inputs from Team by including one rep• Liaison EMPHASIS with other programs – RAKS THAI (CARE Thailand) – ISOFI (CARE Gender and Sexuality) – RAB (FHI India, Nepal) – NACO Mobility programs – ACP (AIDS Competence Process)
  • Source, Transit, Destination (STD)Agreements of inception workshop• Mapping data to decide STD.• “Nepal will not interfere with what is the Destination, and India will not pressurize a change in the Source”.
  • Region & Sharing• Regionalism of the program directly dependent on sharing across the region• Vital: a share facilitator - TOR shared• Other Suggestions: – Host Archives and workspace on CARE India web space till EMPHASIS has its own – Share all field visit reports as Blog in Ning – 1 comment by ACD/day in Ning – 1 minute! – e-mails to e-group hosted on CARE India list
  • Neutrality of Secretariat• No Indian representation in Secretariat• Maoist enforce recruitment of Nepalis• Maoist disruptions in Nepal• Red shirts in Thailand• So, Shift Secretariat to Delhi, India
  • THANKShttp://emphasis.ning.com