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  • KILIFI DISTRICT 1 FFA PROJECTS UPDATES JUNE 13TH 2011DISTRCT FFA COORDINATOR ALRMP 11/12/2011
  • Current Phase I Projects( August 2010-Sept 2011) Planned Projects and Outputs Total number of project sites 32Improve pasture and browse Hectares of land developed for No of Sites 4 production pasture production (e.g semi- Ha 2 circular bunds, re-seeded range lands etc) 20 Reduce environmental Number of tree seedlings planted No of sites 32 degradation in negarims No 293,438Improve access to water for Number of NEW water pans/ponds No of sites 33 Human and livestock Constructed (3,000-15,000 m3) M3 189,920 consumption Number of water pans/ponds No of sites 5 Rehabilitated 3,000-15,000 m3) m3 43,000 Number of zai pits constructed) No of sites 32 No Ha 393 Number of trapezoidal bunds No of sites 15 constructed No Ha 149 Increased Crop production No of sunken beds constructed No of sites 5 No Ha 0.8 Number of multistorey gardens No of sites 32 constructed No. of multistorey gardens 4,510 11/12/2011
  • 3 Achieved May 31, 2011: Sites outputs Total number of project sites 32Improve pasture and browse Hectares of land developed for No of Sites 4 production pasture production (e.g. semi- Ha circular bunds, re-seeded range lands etc) 41 Reduce environmental Number of trees seedlings planted No of sites 32 degradation No 6230Improve access to water for Number of NEW water pans/ponds No of sites 29 Human and livestock Constructed (3,000-15,000 m3) M3 consumption 132,423 Number of water pans/ponds No of sites 4 Rehabilitated 3,000-15,000 m3) M3 11,545 Number of zai pits constructed) No of sites 32 No Ha 589 Number of trapezoidal bunds No of sites 0 constructed No Ha 0Increased Crop production No of sunken beds constructed No of sites 3 No Ha 0.8 Number of multistorey gardens No of sites 32 constructed No. of multistorey gardens 600 11/12/2011
  • ACHIEVED OUTPUT PHOTOS 4 11/12/2011
  • ACHIEVED OUTPUT PHOTOS 5 11/12/2011
  • CONTINUED 6 11/12/2011
  • Current partnerships for the FFA Projects: 7 Ministry of Livestock Production Ministry of Water and Irrigation Ministry of Agriculture ALRMP II Ministry of Public Works Ministry of Forests Ministry of Education Office of the President CBO’s Ministry of Public Health and sanitation 11/12/2011
  • Partnership chart 8 Community • FFA beneficiaries Government Line Ministries NGOS 11/12/2011
  • Procurement of NFI for first installment funds: 9No ITEM STATUS REMARKS1 Tools (Assorted) Being delivered by the supplier Rammers are too expensive2. Survey equipment Being delivered by the supplier -3. Water tanks PRF sent to National Office Awaiting delivery4. Cattle troughs BoQ developed on 10th June Tenders to be floated5. Tree seeds Procured and distributed to Payment done farmers6. Poly tubes LPO sent to supplier Awaiting delivery7. SMM Pumps PRF sent to sub branch office Awaiting delivery 11/12/2011
  • Comments 10 Support from community Support from line ministries and the DSG 11/12/2011
  • Phase II Projects (expansion of old, New) Planned: sites, Beneficiaries, Projects, Outputs(pans, Ha) 11 Total number of project sites /Beneficiaries 43(65,100) Increase crop production Hectares of cultivated land treated and No of Sites 5 conserved with physical soil and water conservation measures/structures (e.g. Km terraces, stone and soil bunds e.t.c.) 37.8Improve pasture and browse Hectares of land developed for pasture No of Sites 10 production production (e.g. semi-circular bunds, re-seeded range lands etc) Ha 65 Reduce environmental Number of tree seedlings planted No of sites 43 degradation No 404,724Improve access to water for Number of NEW water pans/ponds No of sites 36 Human and livestock Constructed (3,000-15,000 m3) M 3 484,880 consumption Number of water pans/ponds Rehabilitated No of sites 9 3 3,000-15,000 m3) M 71,600 Number of zai pits constructed) No 32 No 596 Number of trapezoidal bunds constructed No of sites 33 No Ha 400 No of sunken beds constructed No of sites 16Others(including fishponds, No Ha 13 trapezoidal bunds, stone Number of negarims constructed No of sites 43 bunds, etc) No. of seedlings 404.724 11/12/2011
  • High Impact Projects & Mechanization Estimated Budget for Phase II projects 12 Number of Project Beneficiaries Size Estimate Budget Project Period projectsGreenhouse July 2011– April 19146 STD 15 15,481,950.00 Projects 2012 3 July 2011– AprilWater pan for 20000 15,000 M 4 16,000,000.00 2012 irrigationNFI Budget for Assorted July 2011– April Up scaled 24,100 items 31 10,318,176.00 2012 Beneficiaries TOTAL 41,800,126.00 11/12/2011
  • New Projects Update: 13NO. NEW PROJECTS STATUS REMARKS1. 8 Community farms Reviewed by DPSC Approved2. 2 water pan expansion and Reviewed by DPSC Approved rehabilitation3. 2 water pan excavation Reviewed by DPSC Approved 11/12/2011
  • New Partnerships 14 SMART Logistics Chome (aloe Vera) AMIRAN CBOs – Mwangaza Mudzo, Dzikunze farmers 11/12/2011
  • Challenges 15 Unstable food pipeline Political interference Shortage of Government Staff in the Ministry of Public Works Inadequate NFI 11/12/2011
  • Mitigating actions that you took. 16 Information sharing with all stakeholders (community, DSG) Negotiations for consideration and prioritization of FFA activities through related line ministries. 11/12/2011
  • Challenges that are still a bother and unresolved 17 Inadequate NFIs 11/12/2011