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Omega Tool - Cash and Voucher Food Security Cluster Kinshasa - DRC. 29 January, 2014. C&V Standard Model . Intervention Set-up. Implementation. Reconciliation. Needs Assessment & Response Analysis. Delivery mechanism selection Partners’ selection , Fee d etermination & Contracting.

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Omega tool cash and voucher food security cluster kinshasa drc

Omega Tool - Cash and Voucher Food Security Cluster Kinshasa - DRC

29January, 2014


C v standard model

C&V Standard Model

Intervention

Set-up

Implementation

Reconciliation

NeedsAssessment

& Response

Analysis

  • Deliverymechanismselection

  • Partners’selection, Fee

  • determination& Contracting

  • Contributions & Pipeline

  • Beneficiaryidentification&Distributionarrangements

  • Cyclicaldistributionplanning

  • Distributionmonitoring

10. Reconciliation

and services

payment

  • Needs assessment

  • Sectoralcapacityanalysis

  • Transfermodalityselection

Processes


The wfp c v standard model

The WFP C&V Standard Model

Intervention

Set-up

Implementation

Reconciliation

NeedsAssessment

& Response

Analysis

  • Process 2:

  • Activities:

  • Output:

Sectoral Capacity Assessment

  • Cooperating Partners Capacity

  • Deliverymechanismselection

  • Partners’selection, Fee

  • determination& Contracting

  • Contributions & Pipeline

  • Beneficiaryidentification&Distributionarrangements

  • Cyclicaldistributionplanning

  • Distributionmonitoring

10. Reconciliation

and services

payment

  • Needs assessment

  • Sectoralcapacityanalysis

  • Transfermodalityselection

  • Retail Sector Capacity

Processes

  • Financial Services Capacity

  • IT & Communication Capacity

  • Field Security Assessment

Intervention Scope


Transfer modality selection via omega tool

Intervention

Set-up

  • Activities:

  • Output:

Implementation

Reconciliation

  • Economy

  • Cost-efficiency

  • Cost-effectiveness

  • External Factors

  • Deliverymechanismselection

  • Partners’selection, Fee

  • determination& Contracting

  • Contributions & Pipeline

  • Beneficiaryidentification&Distributionarrangements

  • Cyclicaldistributionplanning

  • Distributionmonitoring

10. Reconciliation

and services

payment

Intervention

Set-up

Implementation

Reconciliation

NeedsAssessment

& Response

Analysis

  • Risk analysis

  • Deliverymechanismselection

  • Partners’selection, Fee

  • determination& Contracting

  • Contributions & Pipeline

  • Beneficiaryidentification&Distributionarrangements

  • Cyclicaldistributionplanning

  • Distributionmonitoring

10. Reconciliation

and services

payment

  • Needs assessment

  • Sectoralcapacityanalysis

  • Transfermodalityselection

  • Consultations

Modality Selection

Transfer Modality Selection via OMEGA Tool


Main concept

Main Concept

1 - Inputs

2 - Outputs

3- Outcomes


Omega tool cash and voucher food security cluster kinshasa drc

Three Important Concepts

Value for Money – cost efficiency

  • Economy – cost per unit of inputs .

  • Cost-efficiency - cost per unit of programme outputs.

  • Cost-effectiveness - cost of achieving desirable programme outcome.

Guidance from DFID on measuring and maximising value for money - 2011


Economy

Economy

  • The key input for WFP operations is food. The cost of the food is the metric for understanding the “economy” of our programmes.

  • For in-kind food assistance the “economy” is:

  • For cash and voucher based programmes, the “economy” is:

    • transfer value


Cost efficiency

Cost efficiency

  • The key output for WFP operations is the number of beneficiaries reached


Cost elements to calculate efficiency

Cost Elements to calculate Efficiency


Transaction costs

Transaction Costs


Cost effectiveness

Cost-Effectiveness

Cost effectiveness

Value for Money – cost efficiency

Cost-effectiveness is calculated where benefits can be quantified, although not necessarily expressed in money terms, making it possible to choose between variants in programme design on the basis of the relative cost of achieving desired outcomes

Guidance from DFID on measuring and maximising value for money - 2011


From alpha to omega value

From Alpha to Omega Value

In-kind,

Cash,

Voucher

Nutritional

Value score

Model

Full

Costs

Related Costs

Food+Extrans+ltsh+ODOC

Transfer value+Delivery+ODOC

Sum


Omega value

Omega Value

Nutrients score

OmegaValue> 1 :

In Kind Delivery will potentially be Nutritionally more Cost-Effective

Scenario 1:

Delivery of In-Kind Food

Full

Costs

OmegaValue< 1 :

Voucher Delivery will potentially be Nutritionally more Cost-Effective

Nutrients score

Scenario 2:

Delivery of Voucher

Full

Costs


Omega tool cash and voucher food security cluster kinshasa drc

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