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  • 1. Social Protection Fund Key Results Jan – Dec 2011
  • 2. Distribution of Projects: Year 2009 2010 2011 # of projects 42p 94p 88p Funds RM433,669 RM1,033,852.05 RM856,665.7 Beneficiaries by year 2014 (D) + 8552 (ID)= 10,566 people 9968 (D) + 489 (ID) = 10,457 people 6,178 (D) + 11,654 (ID) = 17,832 people (C) 2011 Total Active Project Beneficiaries 401 (D) (A) 2,074 (D) + 14,400 (ID) = 16,474 (B) 8,665 (D) + 26,054 (ID) = 34,719 (A) + (B) + (C)
  • 3. Breakdown of 2011 projects by Nationality/Ethnic group: 88p Breakdown of active projects (in 2011) by category: Iraq Mya-Muslim Kachin Karen Mon Shan Afghan Somali Sri Lankan Rohingya Mix-Ethnic Chin 1 1 2 2 2 2 4 4 5 7 17 41 Year Adult Literacy Child Education IT projects H'craft & Tailoring IGA Culinary OTH Skills Comm.Service Develop Total Projects 2011 2 20 16 8 5 0 7 30 88p (A) 2010 4 9 10 2 6 2 1 21 55p (A) 2009   1 12   0 0   6 19p Direct Beneficiaries 184 1,262 1,398 247 83 45 175 5,271 8,665p
  • 4. Mapping of SPF Projects: Location 2011 2010 2009 (Qtr) Kuala Lumpur 49 projects 74 34 Selangor 29 projects 15 7 Penang 3 projects 2 0 Perak 2 projects 0 0 Johor 2 projects 2 0 Pahang 1 project 1 1 Terengganu 1 project 0 0 Negeri Sembilan 1 project 0 0
  • 5. Project Implementing Partners IP 2011 2010 2009 (Qtr) Local Organisations @ Institutions 8 5 0 Refugee Community Organisations 46 36 40 Refugee Self Help Groups 15 22 1 SPF/UNHCR 4 1 0
  • 6. Ratio – Population & Projects   Population (Dec 2011) 2009 2010 2011 TOTAL RATIO AFG 436 1 8 4 13 1 : 33.5 IRQ 766 0 0 1 1 1 : 766 MYA - Arakanese 4286 2 0 0 2 1 : 2143 MYA - Bamar 2872 2 0 0 2 1 : 1436 MYA - Chin 34461 27 37 41 105 1 : 328.2 MYA - Kachin 3260 1 3 2 6 1 : 543.3 MYA - Karen 3136 1 4 2 7 1 : 448 MYA - Karenni 561 1 1 0 2 1 : 280.5 MYA - Mon 3766 1 2 2 5 1 : 753.2 MYA - Myanmar Muslim 10566 1 4 1 6 1 : 1761 MYA - Rohingya 22706 0 13 7 20 1 : 1135.4 MYA - Shan 1785 0 2 2 4 1 : 446.3 SOM 1036 2 9 4 15 1 : 69.1 SLKA 4439 1 8 5 14 1 : 317.1 OTHR (Mixed Ethni.) 2 3 17 22   94076 42 94 88 224  
  • 7. Projects Success Rate: 10% 95% 90% 52% 49% Index:
    • Successfully completed projects inclusive of sustaining projects & refunded projects
    • Sustaining projects are projects that survive even after their foundation period
    Criteria 2011 (88p) 2010 (94p) 2009 (42p) Failed Projects (CBO@ SHG) 1 4 3 Problematic Local Partners 0 3 0 Successfully Completed Projects 8 36 11 Sustaining Projects (31%) 1 46 22 Projects within Foundation period 78 0 0 Projects Refunded (for good reasons!) 0 8 5
  • 8. Project Impacts:
    • Capacity Building – for individuals and organisations via project management skills, education, livelihood skills, & income generating activities
    • Enhance community mobilisation/unity – via community centres, recreational, sports & support programs e.g. shelter, food aid & counselling
    • Stability (mental health) – productive lifestyle by engaging in various activities, awareness & motivations
    • Peaceful co-existence – enhancing local communities acceptance level of refugees via gotong-royong projects
  • 9. Thank you.

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