Where will EMPHASIS work?• Nepal-India route – Source area (Accham and Kanchanpur) – Transit area (Gaddachouki / Gaurifanta) – Destination area (Delhi - National Capital Region)(Mumbai) Gaddachouki / Banbasa Dhangadi / Gourifanta
Where will EMPHASIS work?• Bangladesh-India route – Source area (Jessore and Satkhira) – Transit area (Petropole and adjoining areas) – Destination area (Kolkata, Howrah and adjoining areas) (Mumbai) Source point Transit point Destination point
First Year of the Programme• Knowledge Building Phase – Build knowledge, information, and analysis while supporting existing services for the target group. – Using analysis, clarify assumptions about services for each of the two migration routes: Inputs → Outputs → Outcomes → Impact
Key Processes – Staff RecruitmentStaff Recruitment process started in September,2009 and all staff were recruited by January, 2010. Staff Name Designation Place Essa Mohammad Rafique Team Leader New Delhi Nabesh Bohidar Manager (M-E-D) New Delhi Sandhya Saxena Admn Assistant New Delhi Anupam Das Partnership Coordinator Kolkata Surajit Chakraborty Partnership Coordinator Bahraich Moushumi Kundu Partnership Coordinator New Delhi Manoranjan Routray Finance Officer (part time) New Delhi
Key Processes – Workshops for Common Understanding• Induction Workshop (New Delhi-October 2009)• Inception Workshop (Kathmandu-Oct/Nov 2009)• NGO pre-orientation workshop (New Delhi-Dec 2009)• CARE Staff Induction workshop (Lucknow-February 2010)• NGO Induction Workshop (New Delhi-Feb 2010) for NGO staff of Delhi/NCR• NGO Induction Workshop (Kolkata-March 2010) for NGO staff of West Bengal• NGO Induction Workshop – (Bahraich – March 2010) for staff of Uttar Pradesh
Key Processes – NGO Partners Contracted• As the NGO partners were pre-selected, a process of NGO assessment was carried out with all the five NGOs. (Nov-Dec 2009)• The NGO assessment was carried out by a team comprising of both programme staff and finance staff of CARE.• Draft NGO contracts were sent to BIG through the Secretariat.• Approval of the contracts were received in late February.• NGO contracts were signed from the first of March• Six NGO Partners on board (Rationalisation and new partners)
Key Processes – Current activities of the NGO partners• Mapping / Stakeholder analysis / Line Listing• Developed a common methodology, tools and required outputs through a consultative process for destination and transit sites.• Status: – Mapping completed. – Stakeholder Analysis Completed – Line Listing Continuing
Estimates of Mobile population (combined- both transit sites for 3 months) Total Going % to Going % to Going % to Mobile Delhi Delhi Mumbai Mumbai Others OthersSource -Accham 3253 407 13 1606 49 1240 38Source -Kanchanpur 6543 2265 35 411 6 3867 59Source -Others 15252 3919 26 3859 25 7474 49Total 25048 6591 26.3 5876 23.5 12581 50.2• Those from Accham, more people go to Mumbai than Delhi.• Those from Kanchanpur, more people go to Delhi than Mumbai• More number of people go to Delhi than to Mumbai from the two source districts
Estimates of Bangladeshi Mobile population• Approximately 7000 people cross over the border undocumented.• Approximately 65000 people from Bangladesh are found in the locations mapped.• Approximate number of people who have come from Jessore and Satkhira is 9750• If we relax the criteria, approximate impact population would be 10,000.
Key Processes – Overcoming the communication divide across countries• Communication & KM - Ning• One Stop Shop – Chat, Forum, Tele, Google-docs, Blog, Events, Calendar, Map, Groups, Photos, videos, audios, Transliteration, Archives, Intra, Google-search, SMS- web, Wiki• Status – Started in Dec 09, Analytics show high usage – Will require dedicated facilitator support
Milestones in the First Year - IndiaS. Milestone Outcome New RemarksN. time3 Establishment of 1 DIC in NP, BD and IN 1 Q2 IN On Schedule7 First cross border learning visit of partner 1,2 Q1 India-Bangladesh on schedule NGOs (from Bangladesh and India to Nepal)10 Establishment of first condom outlet/ 1 Q3 On Schedule vending machine at transit and destination in India24 First capacity building session with at 1, 2 Q2 On Schedule least 4 service providers in India32 Publication of first set of leaflets and 1,3 Qr 2 On Schedule (will depend upon the posters in India and Bangladesh Baseline study and BCC strategy)34 Capacity assessment of selected 2 Qr 3 On Schedule NGO/CBOs in all three countries35 Development of curricula for capacity 2 Qr 3 On Schedule building session with NGOs and CBOs
Milestones in the First Year - IndiaS. Milestone Outcom New RemarksN. e time36 First capacity building session with at least 2 Qr 3 On Schedule 5 NGOs/ CBOs each in all countries37 Develop Curriculum for capacity building 2 Q3 On Schedule for security /police in India and Nepal38 First capacity building session with border 2 Q3 On Schedule security/ police in India and Nepal46 Establishment of 11th drop in centre in 1 Q3 Possible addition of Mumbai as India destination will delay establishment47 Appointment of all Peer Educators India 1 Q3 Possible addition of Mumbai as destination will delay appointment50 First Radio broadcast in India 1 Will depend upon the BCC strategy51 Formation and training of at least once 1 Q4 On Schedule community support group in India55 Second Cross Border visit of partner NGOs 1, 2 Q3 On Schedule (from Nepal and Bangladesh to India)59 Establishing learning site in India 1, 2 Q4 On Schedule
Who will EMPHASIS work with?Impact population (revised draft Oct 2010):People from Bangladesh or Nepal who cross into India for the purpose of work:• Minimum 3 months to maximum 5 years• Age group 15-49 years• Men living at destination without spouse• Women living at destination with or without family (Nuclear family)• The families at source and destination of the above.We will be flexible in service provision on a case by case.
Budget Scenario if Mumbai included (with interventions for both Nepali and Bangladeshis ) Overall for 5 years (GBP) Original As per S1 DeltaP1 544,056 576,874 (32,818)P2 32,475 93,410 (60,935)P3 15,272 15,888 (616)Mgt & Operation 669,161 687,738 (18,577) 1,260,964 1,373,911 (112,947)SPC 75,658 82,435 (6,777)Total 1,336,622 1,456,346 (119,723)
Budget Scenario if Mumbai included (with interventions for only Nepalis) Overall for 5 Years (GBP) Original As per S1 DeltaP1 544,056 520,263 23,793P2 32,475 93,410 (60,935)P3 15,272 15,888 (616)Mgt & Operation 669,161 683,631 (14,469) 1,260,964 1,313,192 (52,228)SPC 75,658 78,792 (3,134)Total 1,336,622 1,391,984 (55,362)
Discussion: Program• Get Inputs from Team by including one rep• Liaison EMPHASIS with other programs – RAKS THAI (CARE Thailand) – ISOFI (CARE Gender and Sexuality) RAB (FHI India, Nepal) – NACO Mobility programs ACP (AIDS Competence Process)
Transit-Destination Paradigm Population of Delhi is 11,954,217 (2001 census). New Delhi is the second-largest metropolis in India, and the eighth largest metropolis in the world by population
Source, Transit, Destination (STD)Mumbai as Destination:• Budget for Mumbai• Advocacy to work with Bangladeshis in Mumbai• Starting Mapping of Nepali & BangladeshiDelhi as Transit/Destination:• Do we map & work with Bangladeshis in Delhi?
Region & Sharing• Regionalism of the program directly dependent on sharing across the region• Vital: a share facilitator - TOR shared• Other Suggestions: – Host Archives and workspace on CARE India web space till EMPHASIS has its own – Share all field visit reports as Blog in Ning – 1 comment by ACD/day in Ning – 1 minute! – e-mails to e-group hosted on CARE India list
Immediate Attention• Internal Interim PD and Internal post• Correcting all milestone deficit by mid Yr 2• Complete Baseline asap• BCC Strategy in place after Baseline• Dream Team at the Secretariat• Improve Communication across Countries
Conclusion• Need to relax limiting Impact population criteria• In tune with revised NACO strategy• Makes intervention feasible.• Broaden intervention to reach all Nepalis/Bangladeshi in a destination/transit site, while also focusing on the continuum.