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Community / Land projects / PP and DEAP 2013-2015

PP and DEAP 2013-2015

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01/13 - 12/15

Completed

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After positive evaluations in 2012, Oxfam Novib commits itself for follow-up support to DPA's Partnership Programme (PP) and Development Education and Advocacy Programme (DEAP) for the period 2013-2015. The following Outcomes are intended by December 2015: I. Partnership Programme (PP) The programme currently covers 25 partner organisations in 8 provinces across Cambodia. The target beneficiaries of the partners cover some 58,165 people (52% female) of 12,712 ID Poor I and II households. 1. Food security and income generation • 35% of the target beneficiaries have reduced their food shortage with at least one month per year. Baseline data are available. • 35% of the target beneficiaries have increased their income with at least US$ 1 per day perperson per day. Baseline data are available. • 45% of the 351 VDAs are able to manage project interventions in accordance with defined criteria (available). • 25 grass roots social enterprises, one per partner organisation, have increased at least one step of capacity per year. 2. DRR and NRM • 30% of 8,894 target households (39,134 people, 50% female) of 12 partners in disaster prone areas have increased their disaster resilient capacity. • 90% of 2,573 target households (11,321 people, 50% female) of 5 partners secure continued access and control of adequate natural resources to improve their income through Community Forestry and Fishery. • Three of the 5 partners working on Community Forestry and Community Fishery (VSG, ASB and PTEA) are able to complete registration and manage the secured resources effectively. • 30% of the village level DRR (Disaster Risk Reduction) committees established by 12 partners in disaster-prone areas are able todevelop and implement a DRR plan. 3. Gender mainstreaming and reduction of domestic violence • Minimum 50% of the target beneficiaries benefitting from development projects by partner organisation are women. • Minimum 45% of the leadership positions in the 351 DVAs are occupied by women. • The numberof domestic violence cases across all project areas is reduced by 60% (baseline 2012 is 4,583). 4. Partner organisations development • By December 2014, 5 of the 25 partners will reach full capacity in accordance with set CAS criteria (see Annex 3 tothe Description).I. Partnership Programme (PP) The programme currently covers 25 partner organisations in 8 provinces across Cambodia. The target beneficiaries of the partners cover some 58,165 people (52% female) of 12,712 ID Poor I and II households. 1. Food security and income generation # 35% of the target beneficiaries have reduced their food shortage with at least one month per year. Baseline data are available. # 35% of the target beneficiaries have increased their income with at least US$1 per day perperson per day. Baseline data are available. # 45% of the 351 VDAs are able to manage project interventions in accordance with defined criteria (available). # 25 grass roots social enterprises, one per partner organisation, have increased at least one step of capacity per year. 2. DRR and NRM # 30% of 8,894 target households (39,134 people, 50% female) of 12 partners in disasterprone areas have increased their disaster resilient capacity. # 90% of 2,573 target households (11,321 people, 50% female) of 5 partners secure continued access and control of adequate natural resources to improve their income through Community Forestry and Fishery. # Three of the 5 partners working on Community Forestry and Community Fishery (VSG, ASB and PTEA) are able to complete registration and manage the secured resources effectively. # 30% of the village level DRR (Disaster Risk Reduction) committees established by12 partners in disaster-prone areas are able to develop and implement a DRR plan. 3. Gender mainstreaming and reduction of domestic violence # Minimum 50% of the target beneficiaries benefitting from development projects by partner organisation are women. # Minimum 45% of the leadership positions in the 351 DVAs are occupied by women. # The numberof domestic violence cases across all projectareas is reduced by 60% (baseline 2012 is 4,583). 4. Partner organisations development # By December 2014, 5 of the 25 partners will reach full capacity in accordance with set CAS criteria (see Annex 3 tothe Description). # 12 of the 25 partners will comply withCCC#s Code of Ethical Principles and Minimum Standards. Critical aspects are a functioning Board and external audit process (DPA will negotiate whether an external audit requirement can bemade dependent on the size of the organisation). # 8 of the 25 partners areable to access funds from at least one additional donor beside DPA. II. Development Education and Advocacy Programme (DEAP) 1. Gender and development # All (25) DPA partner organisations and (48) staff have the capacity to facilitate village training and mainstream gender at project and organisation level. # 1,500-1,600 target beneficiaries in four ICD programmes and 25 partner organizations,especially women, youth and IPs are empowered to benefit and rights equity from community and social development works undertaken by government and NGOs. # Gender networks at different levels are strengthened in influencing duty bearers and policy makers to protect women rights and promotegender equality in society. # The documentation of evidence on emerging development issues and information on best practices are used for advocacy purpose and IEC materials publication. 2. NRM # 4,315 beneficiaries (35% women) have increased participation in lobby and campaigns on natural resource management. # 15,933 (7,076 or 44% women) beneficiaries are empoweredto protect and sustainably manage their land tenure and community forestry resources. # Duty bearers, policy makers and private sectors are opened to consultation, provide subsequent feedback and are held to account on community#s land and forest. 3. ExtractivesIndustries: standards # Policy makers and investors to implement effective EI governance transparency and social impact accountability policies and laws, ensuring equitable participation of and benefit to all Cambodians. # Transparency, accountability and corporate social responsibility will be the topic for policy makers at the MIME (Ministry of Industry, Mining and Energy), MoE (Environment), CNPA (Cambodian National Petroleum Authority), MoEF (Economy and Finance) and SNEC (Supreme National Economic Council) and even the EI companies to be considered in order ensuring participatory manner and effectively enforced. #Government is influenced to implement and enforce laws and policies in compliance with international standards of EI management, best practice and environmental protection. 4. Extractives Industries: community involvement # Local authorities, relevant departments, and EI companies increased collaboration and consultations with CSOs and community for ensuring the mineral resources are managed in transparent, accountable and participatory manner. # 56 (15 women) of CMFPs (Community Mining Focal Points) in promoting the rights of IPs and other vulnerable groups associated with EI is improved and strengthened. # 1,410 (women 30%) potential and affected community are empowered to protect their rights and access benefit from mineral resources.

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