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Sudan CHF 2012 1 st Round Sector Defense Sector: Basic Infrastructure Jan 17 th , 2012. CHF Sector Priorities Facilitate humanitarian access to at-risk populations, resuming market access. Restart daily livelihood activities.

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Sudan CHF 2012

1st Round Sector Defense

Sector: Basic Infrastructure

Jan 17th, 2012

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CHF Sector Priorities

  • Facilitate humanitarian access to at-risk populations, resuming market access. Restart daily livelihood activities.
  • Support to conflict and disaster affected communities, including IDPs by construction of ; semi permanent community centers, rehabilitation of canal drainage, flood prevention infrastructure.
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CHF Geographical priorites

  • CHF Geographical priorities
  • Three Protocol Areas;
  • - Blue Nile (Direng, Kurmuk, Tadamun, Giessen)
  • - South Kordofan State (Abu Karshola - Um Baraka Road)
  • WestDarfur;
  • Trij Village. Zalingei-Garsila road. Mukjar and Habila localities.
  • Eastern and White Nile States.

West Darfur

Kasala

White Nile

South Kordofan

Blue Nile

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Describe the sector strategy for addressing the priorities

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  • Target most urgent needs:most affected areas and critical gaps.
  • Seasonality: maximize dry season rehabilitation for quick impact.
  • Value for money: cost effectiveness.
  • National NGO capacity building: especially areas of restricted access
  • Gender and Environment Markers: core values for best practice
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What evidence supports your identified priority needs? Include targeted beneficiary population:-

Blue Nile :

Assessment identified 100,000 affected people.

West Darfur :

Three needs assessments Identified a total of 200,000 IDPS.

South Kordofan :

Assessment identified 200,000 IDPs and refugees.

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Why is CHF funding critical right now to meet these sector priorities? (i.e. what would happen without funding for 6 months)

  • Urgency to start and implement projects before the wet season (May 2012).
  • Ongoing IDP returns need support to access and resume former life and livelihood in functioning local markets.
  • Criticality of timely access for other sectors (Health, FSL,NFI.. etc) for safe humanitarian operation.
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How were value for money and low indirect costs ensured?

  • The TRG emphasized quality in project selection: cost, scope, schedule.
  • Where necessary, project budgets proposals were revised.
  • Projects were selected based on immediate access by sector partners.
  • Monitoring and Evaluation to be carried out by the TRG/SL:
      • Monthly Progress Reports.
      • Gantt Chart.
      • Field Visit.
      • Review/Progress Meetings
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Summary of TRG-endorsed proposals

Total Requested Sector Envelope: 2,582,190 USD

Total TRG-recommended amount: 1,115,000 USD

Total Submitted projects: 10 Projects

Total Recommended projects :- 6 Projects

Recommended UN/NGO/NNGO percentage: UN - 4%

NNGO -14%

INGO - 82%