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Cà phê sáng Phi lợi nhuận 03/2016: Trách nhiệm với đối tượng thụ hưởng

Powerpoint là sasestudy do bà Nuala O'Bien, Trưởng phòng Phát Triển của Đại sứ quán Ireland tại Hà Nội, đưa ra trong buổi Cà phê sáng Phi lợi nhuận tháng 3 do Trung tâm LIN tổ chức vào ngày 31/03/2016 xoay quanh chủ đề thực hiện dự án phát triển cộng đồng của tổ chức PLN trong thực tế.

Với sự gợi ý của bà Nuala O'Bien, người tham gia lần lượt so sánh tiến trình hoạt động của hai dự án và đặt mình vào ba vị trí sau để chia sẻ kinh nghiệm thực tế.

Xem chi tiết tại: http://bit.ly/Baiviet_CaphesangPLN032016

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Cà phê sáng Phi lợi nhuận 03/2016: Trách nhiệm với đối tượng thụ hưởng

  1. 1. Accountability to Beneficiaries
  2. 2. ORG A Aim: Reduce communicable disease in community of 5,000 people (approx 800 HHs) Budget: $80,000 Timeframe: 6 months ORG B Aim: Reduce communicable disease in community of 5,000 people (approx 800 HHs) Budget: $100,000 Timeframe 24 months
  3. 3. ORG A Month 1 Discussed plans with community leaders. Shared proposal of a WATSAN programme providing communal latrines and water points. Two latrines/ water points for each 5 HH Shared latrine/water-point design with local authorities. Signed agreement with local authorities. ORG B Month 1 Discussed with community leaders. Provided information on budget availability and understanding of problem facing community. Requested permission to visit community and hold consultation meetings. Received permission to hold community consultations
  4. 4. ORG A Month 2 Undertook physical mapping of community and marked proposed location of community latrines/water points. Began procurement process for materials. Began tendering process for contractors to build ORG B Month 2 Held numerous community meetings to discuss the problem facing the community and possible solutions. Met with women’s groups, men’s groups, elders. Interviewed children, elders, people with disabilities. teachers, community workers, local government,
  5. 5. ORG A Month 3/4 Building contractors on site to construct latrines and water points according to the design. 150 latrines and water points completed by end of month 4. Latrines constructed of block and cement, with strong tin roof. ORG B Month 3/4 Community acknowledged need for latrines and water points to reduce communicable disease. Community consultations indicated a preference for dedicated HH latrines (not communal) and shared water points. A number of pilot/model HH volunteered to trial. In consultation with local builder a design of latrines proposed that was good standard but locally appropriate, using local materials where possible (wood), community inputs, local labour. Agreement signed with local authorities to proceed.
  6. 6. ORG A Month 5/6 A further 250 latrines and water points completed and handed over to community. Final report back to donor, reporting completion project. Key result 400 community latrines and water points provided serving a population of 5,000 people. ORG B Month 5/6 10 Model HHs built latrines and water points. HHs contributed locally available construction materials (such as wood, sand, etc.). Local labourers employed under direction of project/building manager. Sanitation training provided to HHs. Water user committee established for shared water points and small fee collected for operation and maintenance. Following feedback, changes to latrine specifications made. A further 150 HH constructed latrines/ water points, some adapting for needs for elderly, people with mobility challenges, etc. Progress report back to donor reporting on community consultations, piloting, sanitation training, next steps.
  7. 7. ORG A Month 12+ Many latrines locked. Water points disused. Org A reported frustration and that latrines were not property cleaned and cared for so had to lock as were a health hazard. Many of the water points broken – not repaired. No reduction in communicable diseases. ORG B Month 12+ 80% of HHs had own latrines – many self constructed without any support from Org B. 100% coverage of shared water points. Behaviour change noted in sanitation practices. Significant reduction in communicable disease. Budget fully utilised and reported on – information shared with community.
  8. 8. Participation Transparency Complaints and response Project M&E These circles were adapted from the accountability framework used by the One World Trust organisation. The Building Blocks of Accountability to Beneficiaries
  9. 9. Participation Transparency Complaints and response Project M&E Provide timely and accessible information to beneficiaries that will enable them to make informed decisions about if, how and when to engage with the organisation. The Building Blocks of Accountability to Beneficiaries : Transparency
  10. 10. Participation Transparency Complaints and response Project M&E Enable beneficiaries to play an active role in the decision-making processes and activities that affect them. The Building Blocks of Accountability to Beneficiaries : Participation
  11. 11. Participation Transparency Complaints and response Project M&E Monitor and review progress against goals and targets with the input from beneficiaries, as well as to integrate learning from this into implementation , making changes where necessary. The Building Blocks of Accountability to Beneficiaries : Project Monitoring and Evaluation, and Learning
  12. 12. Participation Transparency Complaints and response Project M&E Set up mechanisms through which beneficiaries can provide feedback or make complaints in relation to programme/project decision and/or actions and through which these are reviewed and acted upon. The Building Blocks of Accountability to Beneficiaries : Complaint and Response Mechanisms

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Powerpoint là sasestudy do bà Nuala O'Bien, Trưởng phòng Phát Triển của Đại sứ quán Ireland tại Hà Nội, đưa ra trong buổi Cà phê sáng Phi lợi nhuận tháng 3 do Trung tâm LIN tổ chức vào ngày 31/03/2016 xoay quanh chủ đề thực hiện dự án phát triển cộng đồng của tổ chức PLN trong thực tế. Với sự gợi ý của bà Nuala O'Bien, người tham gia lần lượt so sánh tiến trình hoạt động của hai dự án và đặt mình vào ba vị trí sau để chia sẻ kinh nghiệm thực tế. Xem chi tiết tại: http://bit.ly/Baiviet_CaphesangPLN032016

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