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Presentation on Dioxin Resolution Initiatives in Vietnam (DRIVE) program by VVAF on 12 July 2007

Presentation on Dioxin Resolution Initiatives in Vietnam (DRIVE) program by VVAF on 12 July 2007

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  • 1. DRIVE Implemented by VVAF Supported by FORD Foundation
  • 2. OUR TEAM CAN THO QUANG NGAI QN - DN HUE-QUANGTRI ND-TB-NB
  • 3. Where do we work?
  • 4. 11 Provinces North Central South
  • 5.
    • North: Thai Binh, Ninh Binh, Nam Dinh
    • Central: Quang Tri, TT Hue,
    • Da Nang, Quang Nam,Quang Ngai, Binh Dinh
    • South: Dong Nai, Can Tho
  • 6. What program activities were designed?
  • 7. Five main catergories
  • 8.
    • House building and repair
  • 9. LIVELIHOOD: Financial assistance for income generation
  • 10. Surgery & rehabilitation services to children (<16 years old) with mobility impairement Medication & Health
  • 11. Vocational training for PWD and family members of PWD
  • 12.
    • Support the capacity
    • building for Social
    • Centers, which
    • provide services to
    • PWD/CWD
  • 13. How did we start?
  • 14. Place: Every single province Duration: 1 week in every province Meetings: RC, Association of Vietnam Veterans, P-VAVA, WU, CPFC, DoLISA, PWD groups, Centers supporting the disabled Visits: Randomly visited a limited number of families of PWD Rapid Needs Assessment (RNA)‏
  • 15. RNA timeline Quang Ngai Aug-06 Can Tho Dong Nai Binh Dinh Quang Tri Hue Da Nang Quang Nam Ninh Binh Thai Binh Nam Dinh Dec-06 Nov-06 Oct-06 Sept-06
  • 16. RNA outputs
    • RNA report summarizing current situation of PWD in the province, services available to them, their needs and demands etc
    • Identification of prioritized program activities in the province and relevant local implementing partners
    • Allocation of funding to each of program components
    • Development of Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with provincial government
    • Signing the MOA
  • 17. MOA signing Quang Ngai Sept-06 Can Tho Dong Nai Binh Dinh Quang Tri Hue Da Nang Quang Nam Ninh Binh Thai Binh Nam Dinh Jan-07 Dec-06 Nov-06 Oct-06
  • 18.  IMPLEMENTATION
  • 19. Preparation for implementation
    • Development of Program manual
    • Program Manual training given to local implementing partners in provinces
    • Identification of potential beneficiaries, based on the program criteria
    • Conduct of household surveys to a selected number of family of PWD
    • Finalization of the list of program beneficiaries for each program components.
  • 20. Implementation (1)‏
    • Housing improvement and financial aid for
    • income generation:
    • Meeting with all beneficiaries to inform about possible assistance from DRIVE Program
    • Identification of potential list of beneficiaries, based on the selection criteria
    • Conduct of household surveys to a selected number of family of PWD
    • Finalization of the list of program beneficiaries for each program components.
  • 21. Implementation (2)‏
    • Children surgery services:
    • Identification of hospital where surgery would
    • take place with high quality and proper cost
    • Signing contract with the identified hospital
    • Conduct of preliminary health check-up to
    • identify CWD who could benefit from
    • Conduct of household surveys to a selected
    • number of family of PWD
    • Finalization of the list of program beneficiaries
    • for each program components
  • 22. Program results
  • 23. It is calculated that total number of direct beneficiaries is about 3,100 individuals. If added number of indirect beneficiaries, the total should be over 5,000 individuals. 110 people Direct supports to PWD on case-by-case basis 8 centers Support to therapy & rehabilitation centers 93 people Vocational training 356 families Financial aid for livelihood for family of PWD 153 children Surgery service and immediate support to CWD 160 families Houses built and repaired Results Program services