Introduction to Emergency Northern Recovery Project                       Dr.S.S.Sivakumar                        Project ...
Development Objectives of ENRePTo support government’s efforts to rapidlyresettling IDPs in the Northern province totheir ...
IDPs Resettled to their place of origin as pergovernment’s phase iii and phase iv of theresettlement program in the distri...
Project Components of ENRePComponent A: Emergency Assistance to IDPs                   (US$6 million)  This component wou...
Project Components of ENReP Component C: Rehabilitation and Reconstruction of Essential Public  and Economic Infrastructu...
This component will provide financing to:•   Meet cost related to the operation of mobile land task forces,    surveys and...
Component B: Work-fare (US$12 million) Execute small scale labor intensive repair and   rehabilitation works of village l...
Component B: Work-fare (US$12 million) ctd.The    work-fare   program    fulfills   a   dualobjective  provide    short-t...
Component B: Work-fare (US$12 million) ctd.Possible labor intensive repair works  •   Clearing debris of damaged houses an...
Component C: Rehabilitation and Reconstruction of Essential          Public and Economic Infrastructure                   ...
Component D: Project Management, Oversight, Monitoring   and Evaluation, and Special Studies (US$3 million)    Incrementa...
Component D: Project Management, Oversight, Monitoring  and Evaluation, and Special Studies (US$3 million) ctd.Independen...
Resettlement Plan of ENReP AreaPhase III    District      No of DS   No of GN    No of                  Division   Divisio...
Resettlement Plan of ENReP AreaPhaseIV     District     No of DS   No of GN    No of                  Division   Division ...
Resettlement Plan of ENReP AreaPhase III & IV    District      No of DS   No of GN    No of                  Division   Di...
Distribution of Component A                           Farm land      Providing      Supply of            District         ...
Distribution of Component B                                                                                Total Descripti...
Six month work planFull Component - ENReP 6 Month Work PlanNP- ENReP 6 Month Work PlanJaffna- ENReP 6 Month Work PlanK...
Implementation Responsibilities of the Project                  Component ARestitution of Land and Property Rights   Mob...
Implementation Responsibilities of the Project              Component BSelection and implementation by DivisionalSecretari...
Implementation Responsibilities of the Project                  Component CRehabilitation of Irrigation Schemes, Ponds  ...
Procurement of Works   International Competitive Bidding (ICB). Civil works contracts estimated to    cost US$5.0 million...
Procurement of Works ctd.   Community-Based Contracting (CBC):           Small value, simple civil    works implemented w...
Procurement of agriculture commoditiesProcurement of agriculture commodities, such as seedand fertilizers, will be through...
Role of RAP in Implementing ENEeP ENReP has been designed to complement its development effectiveness benefiting  from th...
The primary outcome of the project is that it would help in        the resettlement of about 100,000 IDPs by Commodity gr...
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ENReP 08-12-2009

  1. 1. Introduction to Emergency Northern Recovery Project Dr.S.S.Sivakumar Project Director ENReP 08/12/2009 1
  2. 2. Development Objectives of ENRePTo support government’s efforts to rapidlyresettling IDPs in the Northern province totheir place of origin to start their livelihoodthrough  Emergency Assistance to IDPs  Work-fare Program (Cash for work)  Rehabilitation and Reconstruction of Essential Public and Economic Infrastructure 2
  3. 3. IDPs Resettled to their place of origin as pergovernment’s phase iii and phase iv of theresettlement program in the districts of 1. Jaffna 2. Kilinochchi 3. Mullaitivu 4. Mannar 5. Vavuniya 3
  4. 4. Project Components of ENRePComponent A: Emergency Assistance to IDPs (US$6 million) This component would provide assistance to, returned households to re-engage in livelihood activities such as agricultural farming and marine fishingComponent B: Work-fare (US$12 million) The work-fare component is intended to provide labor employment to the returnees immediately after they have been resettled helping to bridge the income gap between the time of return (after having received emergency assistance) and until IDPs can obtain income from regular livelihoods. 4
  5. 5. Project Components of ENReP Component C: Rehabilitation and Reconstruction of Essential Public and Economic Infrastructure (US$44 million) This component will provide assistance to repair reconstruct and restore vital public and economic infrastructure and facilities damaged by the war and that are dysfunctional or partly functional at present Component D: Project Management, Oversight, Monitoring and Evaluation, and Special Studies (US$3 million) This component will support the Government in implementing the project, coordinating all project related activities, monitoring and evaluating project inputs, outputs and results, carrying out financial management, technical, procurement and safeguard audits. 5
  6. 6. This component will provide financing to:• Meet cost related to the operation of mobile land task forces, surveys and studies required to rapidly restore contested property rights of the resettled people• Conduct demining awareness program to IDPs, project staff and contractors• Clear thick vegetative growth of paddy lands to be able to resume land preparation for cultivation• Provide seeds, basic and miscellaneous agricultural and fishing implements to the people to be able to start paddy farming and marine fishing immediately after the resettlement. 6
  7. 7. Component B: Work-fare (US$12 million) Execute small scale labor intensive repair and rehabilitation works of village level infrastructure Provide a minimum of 50 labor days of guaranteed work employment for one person from each IDP household  Of these 50 days, returnees will be eligible to spend ten days to make their own homes repaired and functional 7
  8. 8. Component B: Work-fare (US$12 million) ctd.The work-fare program fulfills a dualobjective provide short-term and immediately required cash to the people undertake urgent labor intensive repair works such as 8
  9. 9. Component B: Work-fare (US$12 million) ctd.Possible labor intensive repair works • Clearing debris of damaged houses and village buildings, • Cleaning dug wells, • Repairing hamlet level access roads • Repairing small irrigation canals • Repairing small drainage cannels 9
  10. 10. Component C: Rehabilitation and Reconstruction of Essential Public and Economic Infrastructure (US$44 million)Rehabilitation of Irrigation Systems (US$12 million)Rehabilitation of Rural Roads (US$10 million)Restoration of Drinking Water Schemes (US$ 12 million)Rehabilitation and Reconstruction of Public Buildings and Facilities (US$ 10 million) 10
  11. 11. Component D: Project Management, Oversight, Monitoring and Evaluation, and Special Studies (US$3 million) Incremental operating costs Procurement of goods Public information awareness campaigns Mine risk awareness campaigns Needs assessments 11
  12. 12. Component D: Project Management, Oversight, Monitoring and Evaluation, and Special Studies (US$3 million) ctd.Independent technical auditsFinancial management auditsProcurement and safeguard auditsIndependent Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Note:- If necessary, the project will also finance any strategic studies as well as special and feasibility studies required to improve the development effectiveness of this project as well as for future longer term development of the North. 12
  13. 13. Resettlement Plan of ENReP AreaPhase III District No of DS No of GN No of Division Division FamiliesJaffna 4 17 1346Vavuniya 2 20 1684Killinochchi 2 12 6020Mannar 3 31 4991Mulaitivu 1 48 8493 Total 14 128 22534 13
  14. 14. Resettlement Plan of ENReP AreaPhaseIV District No of DS No of GN No of Division Division FamiliesJaffna 4 17 1017Vavuniya 1 7 1171Killinochchi 3 18 7733Mannar - - -Mulaitivu 1 1 118 Total 9 49 10039 14
  15. 15. Resettlement Plan of ENReP AreaPhase III & IV District No of DS No of GN No of Division Division FamiliesJaffna 8 34 2363Vavuniya 3 27 2855Killinochchi 5 30 13753Mannar 3 31 4991Mulaitivu 2 49 8611 Total 23 177 32573 15
  16. 16. Distribution of Component A Farm land Providing Supply of District Clearing seeds basic needsJaffna 13.78 19.95 16.69Vavuniya 16.65 24.10 20.16Killinochchi 80.22 116.11 97.11Mannar 29.11 42.14 35.24Mulaitivu 50.23 72.70 60.80 Total (million Rs.) 190 275 230 16
  17. 17. Distribution of Component B Total Description of work Jaffna Vavuniya Killinochchi Mannar Mulaitivu (million Rs.)Cleaning of wells 4.35 5.26 25.33 9.19 15.86 60Cleaning of debris 4.35 5.26 25.33 9.19 15.86 60Rehabilitation ofrural roads 33.37 40.32 194.22 70.48 121.61 460Rehabilitation ofirrigation canals 33.37 40.32 194.22 70.48 121.61 460Rehabilitation ofdrainage canals 25.03 30.24 145.67 52.86 91.20 345 17
  18. 18. Six month work planFull Component - ENReP 6 Month Work PlanNP- ENReP 6 Month Work PlanJaffna- ENReP 6 Month Work PlanKilinochchi- ENReP 6 Month Work PlanMullaitivu- ENReP 6 Month Work PlanVavuniya - ENReP 6 Month Work PlanMannar- ENREP 6 Month Work Plan 18
  19. 19. Implementation Responsibilities of the Project Component ARestitution of Land and Property Rights  Mobile Land Task ForcesFarm Land clearing  Irrigation DepartmentsProvision of Seeds  Agriculture DepartmentProvision of Agriculture Implements  Agriculture DepartmentProvision of Fishing Implements  Fisheries Department 19
  20. 20. Implementation Responsibilities of the Project Component BSelection and implementation by DivisionalSecretaries (assisted by GNs) in consultationwith the IDPs and relevant local governmentagencies (assisted by RAP) 20
  21. 21. Implementation Responsibilities of the Project Component CRehabilitation of Irrigation Schemes, Ponds  Irrigation Department Rehabilitation of Rural Roads  Local Government/Road Development DepartmentRestoration of Drinking Water Supply Schemes  National Water Supply and Drainage BoardRehabilitation of Public Buildings  Department of Buildings/Appropriate Provincial Agencies 21
  22. 22. Procurement of Works International Competitive Bidding (ICB). Civil works contracts estimated to cost US$5.0 million equivalent or more per contract shall be procured using ICB (not envisaged at this time) National Competitive Bidding (NCB): Civil works contracts estimated to cost less than US$5.0 million equivalent per contract will be procured using NCB Shopping: For small value works, shopping procedures will be followed (solicitation of a minimum of three quotations from prequalified contractors), up to a limit of US$200,000 equivalent per contract Direct Contracting (DC): For priority works in the first eighteen months of implementation, direct contracting with autonomous state-owned agencies may be followed up to a limit of US$200,000 equivalent per contract. 22
  23. 23. Procurement of Works ctd. Community-Based Contracting (CBC): Small value, simple civil works implemented with community participation (e.g. village roads, community wells, sanitation, irrigation channels, and infrastructure for community economic activities), up to US$50,000 equivalent per contract, may be awarded to community based organizations registered with the respective RAP PICs. Procurement procedures to be followed under CBC are detailed in the RAP Community Operational Manual Work-fare payments: Small quantities of materials and implements required for the program to function effectively will be procured by the communities, upto a limit of US$100 per purchase, following procedures agreed in the RAP community operational manual 23
  24. 24. Procurement of agriculture commoditiesProcurement of agriculture commodities, such as seedand fertilizers, will be through direct contractingbased on rates agreed between the ProvincialAgriculture Department and registered vendors, witha justification provided for such rates 24
  25. 25. Role of RAP in Implementing ENEeP ENReP has been designed to complement its development effectiveness benefiting from the RAP’s design ENReP and RAP (with expected additional funding of US$12 million) would be programmed and implemented in tandem and with close coordination in all the villages covered by the ENReP RAP would extend its support with provision of block grants through simplified and speedy implementation mechanisms tailored to the specific emergency circumstances of the target villages Arrangement to use RAP implementation structure and staff for initial implementation to kick-off ENReP is expected to establish closer collaboration and coordination from the beginning of implementation of ENReP 25
  26. 26. The primary outcome of the project is that it would help in the resettlement of about 100,000 IDPs by Commodity grants (seeds and implements etc.) and assistance provided to about 15,000 farming households 50 days of labor work opportunities per person provided to about 45,000 IDP households About 12,000 hectares of agricultural (paddy) lands brought back to production 650 km of rural roads rehabilitated ensuring inter-village connectivity and market linkages Eight drinking water supply schemes restored benefiting about 30,000 households 260 public buildings restored and functional 26
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