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Contributing to fund the global humanitarian shelter response the haiti experience

CONTRIBUTING TO FUND THE GLOBAL HUMANITARIAN SHELTER RESPONSE

THE HAITI EXPERIENCE


Objectives of the presentation

Objectives of the presentation

  • Provide an overview of the global envelope allocated by DG ECHO to emergency shelter operations.

  • Briefly describe on the Shelter Funding Approach currently adopted by DG ECHO in Haiti


1 echo and shelter 1 1 budget breakdown by sectors of intervention global operations 2009

1. ECHO AND SHELTER1.1 Budget breakdown by sectors of intervention (Global operations –2009)

MAIN SECTORS:

  • Largest share of funding (38%) is for food and nutrition ( mainly under the Food Aid Budget Line)

  • Health (16%) and WASH (15%) are the other main areas of activity.

  • Only 6% of DG ECHO total funds was allocated to shelter in 2009

Source: ECHO annual report 2009 (Based on the main area of activity covered by ECHO grant agreements


Global funding of shelter operations 2002 2009 total budget

Global Funding of shelter operations (2002-2009) Total Budget

Since 2002, an average 7% of TOTAL DG ECHO annual operational funds has been allocated to the shelter sector.

EURO


Global funding of shelter operations without food aid budget line 2002 2009

Global funding of shelter operations (without Food Aid Budget Line)2002-2009

Food Aid BL transferred from DG DEV to DG ECHO

If one excludes the “Food Aid B.L”, the average annual share of operational funds allocated to shelter projects has increased from:

from 6% (from 2002-2006) to 11 % (from 2007to 2009)


Contributing to fund the global humanitarian shelter response the haiti experience

2. FUNDING SHELTER OPERATIONS IN HAITI2.1 Haiti EQ - Contracts awarded by ECHO2.1.1 Primary Emergency & Emergency Financing Decisions

TOTAL BUDGET :

EUR 21.1 MILLIONS

SHELTER AND PROTECTION:

EUR 7.1 MILLIONS


2 1 2 ad hoc financing decision

2.1.2 Ad-Hoc Financing Decision

TOTAL BUDGET :

EUR 80.6 MILLIONS

SHELTER AND PROTECTION:

EUR 29.9 MILLIONS


2 2 echo shelter approach haiti

2.2 ECHO Shelter Approach – Haiti

Budget allocated to “shelter interventions” (through ECHO’s PED/ED & AD HOC Financing decisions):

EUR 37 millions (+/- 60% of ECHO shelter annual budget)

Why the need for a “shelter” approach?

1. Shelter regarded as the sector hat requires the greatest funding commitment in the scope of the humanitarian response to the EQ

2. Absence of a DG- ECHO “Shelter” policy framework

Guiding principles

  • ECHO core mandate

  • Wider internal displacement strategy (rather than a stand-alone approach)

  • Alignment with the “Internal displacement Strategy Outline” of the CSC

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2 2 echo shelter strategy haiti continued

2.2 ECHO Shelter Strategy – Haiti (continued)

  • Haiti EQ settlement Options (endorsed by CSC):

    • Point of Origin (house – plot)

    • Proximity Location

    • Host Household

    • Temporarily remaining in collective sites

    • Peri-Urban

  • Most of ECHO funding allocated to implementing partner’s projects implementing settlement options 1, 2 and 3


  • 2 2 echo shelter strategy haiti continued1

    2.2 ECHO Shelter Strategy – Haiti (continued)

    1. For immediate results:

    • Emergency assistance on some of the camps (subject to remain for months) to ensure minimum living conditions and safety (projects to reinforce initial emergency shelters in order to provide minimum protection for rainy and hurricane season, engineering works to avoid floods, facilitate access to water and waste removal, ensure security and protection etc..)

    • Advocacy to GoH for exceptional measures such as reduction of renter deposit, obligation of rubble removal and acceptance of T shelters on unoccupied plots.

    • Advocacy to GoH to free land and allocate plots for the creation of “permanent camps” (in line with urban development plans) and with basic infrastructures and services. Considerations for livelihood potential, protection etc should be considered prior to site selections.


    2 2 echo shelter strategy haiti continued2

    2.2 ECHOShelter Strategy – Haiti (continued)

    1. For immediate results (continued)

    • Assistance to host families outside of PaP.

    • Development of small scale T shelter projects adapted to ad hoc situations (on sites or on cleared plots). Selection of beneficiaries, involvement of local authorities and geographical location should be the main criteria of selection.

    • Assistance outside the camps (neighbourhood approach) to facilitate returns and avoid new movement to the camps.

    • 2. For mid term results

    • Advocacy to development donors to invest massively in development of housing projects and new suburb development (water and electricity network extensions, access roads, public services in schools and health facilities).


    2 3 shelter solutions funded by echo in haiti

    2.3Shelter solutions funded by ECHO in Haiti

    As an initial response ECHO provided emergency shelter for a wide population trough various partners.

    For “transitional shelter solutions”, the current projects have already been funded.

    • ACTED (ED): …. T shelters (zone II)

    • Finish Red Cross (ED): … T shelters (zone II)

    • UNOPS (ED): 400 T shelter (zone II)

    • Architecte de l’urgence (AH): 1.000 T shelters & 600 house retrofitting (zone II)

    • Oikos (AH): 600 T Shelters and 100 houses (pilot demonstration project) (zone II).

    • Concern (AH): 500 T shelters + provision for retrofitting and/or rental allowance (zone I)

    • French red Cross (AH):3.000 T shelter (co funding) + provision for retrofitting and/or rental allowance (zone I)

    • Care (AH): 500 kits for retrofitting (plus 20.000 kits of reinforcement of emergency shelter) (zone I and II).


    Contributing to fund the global humanitarian shelter response the haiti experience

    Thank you


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