Presentation - BSF | Basic Services Fund SOUTH SUDAN

Report
BSF-IAe
34th steering committee
th
20
January 2012
Agenda
1.
Opening
2.
Approval agenda
3.
Approval minutes
4
BSF-IA extension:
4.1 Selection procedure Primary Health
4.2 Selection procedure Primary Education
4.3 Financial envelop:
4.4 Primary Health budgets
4.5 Primary Education budgets
4.6 Primary Health targets
4.7 Primary Education targets
4.8 Wash targets
5.
Any other business
6.
Closure
4.0 BSF-IA Extension
• Seamless continuation of support for all primary
health facilities that are included in BSF-IA
• Bridging support for 25 facilities in counties to be
included in HPF 2012/15 currently under
USAID’s SHTP-2
• For Primary Education prioritise host-counties
for returnees (a priority returnee host-county is a
county with at least one payam with a minimum
percentage population increase due to
returnees).
4.1 Recap: PH shortlisting methodology
Selection process BSF-IA extension primary health
grantees:
 Imperative to maintain services in all supported health
facilities.
 Priority for a seamless transition on 1 January 2012
from BSF-IA to BSF-IA extension;
 Priority to maximize Value for Money for each new
grant
 Consultations with the sub-committee Primary Health
 BSF secretariat internal assessment based on:
1. Program aspects (targets and outputs)
2. Field monitoring reports
3. Financial reporting quality and audit reports
4.1 Conti..
Special cases:
• Medair (Upper Nile-Melut & Manyo county)
• IRD (Jonglei-Duk county)
• Malaria Consortium (with HealthNet TPO) in Northern
Bahr el Gazal state-Aweil North
• Marie Stopes (Unity state-Abiemnom, Mayom county)
Budget workshop on 18 November 2011
Budget & work-plan invite out on 21 November with
deadline on 5 December 2011
Budget and work-plan consultations for five weeks from 29
November till 10 January, 2012
Letters of Intent
All contracts completed and in the mail by 15 January
(except IMA)
4.2 Recap: PE shortlisting methodology
• Geographical selection criteria:
Priority Host Communities with large
influx of returnees.
• NGOs to be invited based on their
current counties of operation .
• Areas of operation in 2012 to be
determined by NGO discussions with
SMoEs in their states.
• Priority host community counties as
per IOM figures to be used to
determine which NGOs are
shortlisted
• List of counties in order of absolute
numbers of returnees per county to
be used to determine the short list
4.3 BSF-IAe
Financial Envelope (in million GBP)
Step
1
2
3
4
BSF-IA Extension
20
20
20
20
SP
2
1.65
1.65
1.65
Grants only
18
18.35
18.35
18.35
PH
12
12
12.7
14.8
PE
6
6
5.65
3.55
Notes
Step 1
Starting point as agreed SC. PH and PE with integrated WASH and incl SHTP-2 five months bridge
Step 2
With re-negotiated SP fee. PH and PE with integrated WASH and incl SHTP-2 five months bridge
Step 3
SHTP-2 bridge increased based on USAID record
Step 4
Final situation following budget consultations with grant recipients
4.3 BSF-IAe Financial Envelope
4.4
Health Approved And Proposed Budget BSF-IAe 2012
Code
Name
State
Budget
BSF-IAe 17
WORLD VISION
Western Equatoria
£
600,001
CMS Ireland
Central Equatoria
£
120,000
ADRA
Eastern Equatoria
£
600,655
BSF-IAe 04
CARE
Unity
£
999,129
BSF-IAe 03
AVSI
Eastern Equatoria
£
597,736
BSF-IAe 15
OVCI
Central Equatoria
£
398,893
BSF-IAe 13
Malteser Int.
Western Bahr
£
616,486
BSF-IAe 08
Cordaid
Western Equatoria
£
345,009
BSF-IAe 16
Tear Fund
Uppernile
£
1,099,775
BSF-IAe 07
Concern
Northern Bahr
£
707,000
BSF-IAe 05
CCM
Warrap
£
644,469
BSF-IAe 12
IMC
Jonglei
£
775,480
BSF-IAe 14
Merlin
Eastern Equatoria
£
698,550
BSF-IAe 02
ARC
Eastern Equatoria
£
750,959
BSF-IAe 10
HealthNet TPO
Western Bahr
£
1,187,367
BSF-IAe 09
GOAL
Uppernile
£
1,363,584
£
11,505,095
06
Primary Health BSF-IAe
BSF-IAe 01
approved
budgets and
Proposed
Budgets (IMA,
SHTP)
Total Approved
BSF-IAe 11A
IMA Melut (Medair) Uppernile
£
716,661
BSF-IAe 11B
IMA Duk (IRD)
£
772,715
BSF-IAe 18
SHTP
£
1,796,454
£
14,790,924
Grant Total
Jonglei
Uppernile
4.4.1 All Primary Health NGO budgets
BSF-IAe NGO budgets
£2,000,000
£1,800,000
£1,600,000
£1,400,000
£1,200,000
£1,000,000
£800,000
budget
£600,000
£400,000
£200,000
£-
4.4.2 BSF-IAe Health NGOs by county
County highlight shows returnees @ 25/10/11 (IOM/OCHA)
World Vision
CMS I
ADRA
CARE
AVSI
OVCI
Malteser
Cordaid
Tear Fund
Concern
CCM
IMC
Merlin
ARC
HNTPO
GOAL
IMA
4.5 Primary Education Approved budgets
CODE
NGO NAME
STATE
BSF-IAe 18
Windle Trust
NBEG, WBEG, Unity, Warrap
£
454,584
BSF-IAe 19
ACROSS
Central Equatoria
£
400,328
BSF-IAe 20
MRDA
Western Equatoria
£
399,351
BSF-IAe 21
World Relief
NBEG, WBEG, Unity.
£
406,699
BSF-IAe 22
HARD
Western Bahr el Ghazal
£
998,022
BSF-IAe 23
Food for the Hungry SS
Upper Nile, Jonglei
£
892,735
Total
£ 3,551,719
Total for both PH and
PE
total grants envelope
Budget
£
18,347,290
4.5.1 Primary Education NGO budgets
BSF-IAe PE NGOs budgets
£1,200,000.00
£1,000,000.00
£800,000.00
£600,000.00
budget
£400,000.00
£200,000.00
£0.00
MRDA
ACROSS
World Relief
WindleTrust Int.
Food for the
hungry Int.
HARD
4.5.2 BSF-IAe Education NGOs by county
County highlight shows returnees @ 25/10/11 (IOM/OCHA)
ACROSS
MRDA
Windle Trust
World Relief
HARD
Food for
hungry
4.5.3 South Sudan Economic situations.
CPI according to NBS
• The CPI increased by 61.5% from September 2010 to
September 2011.
• The CPI increased by 71.7% from October 2010 to
October 2011.
• The CPI increased by 65.6% from December 2010 to
December 2011.
• Source: (http://ssnbs.org)
4.5.3 Commodity prices
Prices (SDG) of the main commodities
increase in 7 months Juba town
Commodity
Jan-11
Aug-11
difference
raise %
Unit
milk
SSP 75.00
SSP 105.00
SSP 30.00
40%
kg
baking flour
SSP
6.00
SSP
9.00
SSP
3.00
50%
kg
eggs
SSP
8.00
SSP 13.00
SSP
5.00
63%
tray
Omo
SSP 40.00
SSP 66.00
SSP 26.00
65%
5 kg
chicken
SSP 15.00
SSP 25.00
SSP 10.00
67%
kg
cooking oil
SSP 15.00
SSP 25.00
SSP 10.00
67%
3 Ltr
orange
SSP 15.00
SSP 25.00
SSP 10.00
67%
kg
soap
SSP 15.00
SSP 25.00
SSP 10.00
67%
block
coffee
SSP 20.00
SSP 35.00
SSP 15.00
75%
kg
house rent
SSP 80.00
SSP 150.00
SSP 70.00
88%
month
Sugar
SSP
4.00
SSP
8.00
SSP
4.00
100%
kg
rice
SSP
4.00
SSP
8.00
SSP
4.00
100%
kg
meat
SSP 12.00
SSP 25.00
SSP 13.00
108%
kg
onion
SSP
SSP
SSP
3.00
150%
heap
fish
2.00
5.00
SSP 10.00
SSP 25.00
SSP 15.00
150%
kg
mango
SSP
1.00
SSP
3.00
SSP
2.00
200%
piece
beans
SSP
2.00
SSP
6.00
SSP
4.00
200%
kg
Average price rise
97%
4.5.4 Security issues
•
IMC’s health programme in Akobo constrained; Walgak PHCC
has been overwhelmed by trauma (bullet and spear wounds).
Some PHCUs (Burmath, Mer, Kony) closed and staff fled.
Response: IMC increases surgical and nursing capacity at
Walgak PHCC and Akobo Hospital.
IRD/JDF team has been evacuated out of Duk County after the
attack on Duk Padiet (over 50 casualties) on 16 /17 Jan. Are on
standby in Bor and Juba.
•
Aerial bombardments and heightened insecurity in Raga
County
Timsah PHCU and Boro Medina PHCC closed.
Healthnet carries out security assessments with CHD and local
authority.
4.5.4 BSF-IAe PE Counties , Pop.& returnees
Total number of
returnees from
County
October 30, 2010 to Education working in
population,
Present Week 13th the county
2008 census
december 2011, IOM
UPDATES
ACTIVITY
STATE
COUNTY
NBelG
Aweil Centre
109828
31273
WindleTrust/HARD
Teacher training
UpperNile
Malakal
27978
20639
FH Int.
Teacher training
Unity
Rubkona
107847
19524
WorldRelief
Teacher training
WBelG
Wau
151320
17708
Windle
Trust/WorldRelief
Teacher training
NBelG
Aweil East
427488
15833
WorldRelief/HARD
Teacher training
Unity
Mayiandit
56449
15201
WorldRelief
Teacher training/construction
Unity
Leer
58252
14844
WorldRelief
Teacher training/construction
Warrap
Gogrial West
274894
14343
WindleTrust
construction
CES
Morobo
125359
11569
ACROSS,
construction
Unity
Koch
79947
8061
WorldRelief
construction
Jonglei
Pigi
116130
4659
FH Int.
construction
UpperNile
Ulang
80021
3633
FH Int.
Teacher training/construction
Unity
Pariang
87477
3099
WindleTrust
Teacher training/construction
CES
Yei River
206686
2758
ACROSS
teacher training
WBelG
Jur River
127771
1843
HARD/WorldRelief
construction/teacher training
Jonglei
Nyirol
120530
973
FH Int.
teacher training
Warrap
Tonj South
102231
844
WindleTrust
teacher training
NBelG
Aweil South
129860
552
Windle Trust
teacher training
WBelG
Raga
54340
547
WorldRelief
teacher training
WES
Mundri East
48318
65
MRDA
teacher training
4.5.4 BSF-IAe PH Counties , Pop.& returnees
Total number of
returnees from October
30, 2010 to Present Week Primary Health
County
population, 13th december 2011, IOM
UPDATES
2008 census
STATE
COUNTY
Unity
Rubkona
107847
19524
CARE
Unity
Mayiandit
56449
15201
CARE
CES
Juba
400768
14885
OVCI
NBelG
Aweil North
206351
13353
HealthNet
Unity
Mayom
130685
11981
CARE
Unity
Guit
34056
11981
CARE
CES
Morobo
125359
11569
CMSI
Unity
Abiemnhom
22008
8951
CARE
EES
Torit
99740
6521
Merlin
NBelG
Aweil West
248852
5726
CONCERN
UpperNile
Luakpiny/Nasir
160634
5288
ADRA
UpperNile
Fashoda
9103
4626
TEARFUND
UpperNile
Ulang
80021
3633
ADRA
EES
Ikotos
84649
3237
AVSI
UpperNile
Manyo
22300
3145
IMA
CES
Yei River
206686
2758
CMSI
UpperNile
Baliet
26365
2579
GOAL
4.5.4 BSF-IAe PH Counties , Pop.& returnees
County
population,
2008 census
Total number of returnees
from October 30, 2010 to
Present Week 13th december
2011, IOM UPDATES
Primary Health
STATE
COUNTY
WBelG
Jur River
127771
1843
HealthNet
Jonglei
Warrap
Akobo
Tonj South
159103
102231
1738
844
IMC
CCM
UpperNile
EES
EES
Melut
Lopa
Magwi
18500
106161
169826
700
650
604
IMA
Merlin
ARC
WBelG
Warrap
UpperNile
Raga
Tonj North
Maban
54340
165222
29761
547
262
238
HealthNet
CCM
TEARFUND
WES
WES
Maridi
Tambura
82461
55365
216
206
Malteser
WORLDVISION
EES
Jonglei
WES
Kapoeta South
Duk
Ezo
79470
65588
80861
125
70
19
ARC
IMA
WORLDVISION
WES
EES
Ibba
Budi
41869
99199
17
13
CORDAID
ADRA
WES
EES
Nzara
Kapoeta East
65712
163997
12
0
CORDAID
ARC
4.6 Total Health Consultation targets for BSFIAe
#
Primary health targets - services
1
2
Females
3
total
4
Female
percentage
BSF-IAe
Logframe
5
8
1
Consultations < 1yr
31,969
64,661
49%
2
Consultations < 5yr
173,861
347,512
50%
3
Consultations > 5yr
553,356
1,091,577
51%
727,217
1,439,089
51%
760,000 (Dec 2012)
Total Consultations
4
Women attending 1 ante-natal care visits
57,526
57,526
100%
29,000 (Dec 2012)
5
Women attending 4 ante-natal care visits
28,449
28,449
100%
15,000 (Dec 2012)
6
Births attended by skilled health personal
11,776
11,776
100%
5,000 (Dec 2012)
8
Under 1s completing DPT 3
29,663
53,894
55%
33,000 (Dec 2012)
4.6.1 BSF-IAe
Number of
health facilities
per NGOs
NGO
ADRA
ARC
AVSI
CARE
CCM
CMS Ireland
CONCERN
CORDAID
GOAL
HealthNet
IMC
Malteser
Merlin
OVCI
Tearfund
WorldVision
Prosposed
Number of
supported
facilities
PHCC
PHCU
2
6
3
9
2
1
2
2
2
6
2
4
7
4
3
2
14
2
7
5
8
4
16
6
6
18
10
20
2
57
133
8
7
IMA Duk
IMA Malut
Totals
4.6.1 PH training targets
Cont…
CCM
Training grouping
Trainees
ADRA
Days
Trainees
ARC
Days
Training of community organizations (BomaHC etc.)
780
23
48
2
Formal training courses of health professionals
140
27
3
360
In-service training of health workers (e.g. refresher courses)
56
10
44
Capacity building of County or State health offices; training
36
8
300
13
Community Volunteers training
Trainees
AVSI
Days
80
3
Trainees
CARE
Days
1,844
139
Days
-
-
84
6
136
81
27
17
6
30
28
9
-
-
13
360
60
72
20
90
30
-
-
18
30
16
5
-
-
140
12
17
1
246
3
270
1,098
2,316
Long term Training (longer than 3 months)
Totals
Trainees
318
798
980
183
564
4.6.1 PH training targets
CMSI
Training grouping
Training of community organizations (BomaHC etc.)
Formal training courses of health professionals
In-service training of health workers (e.g. refresher courses)
Trainees
CONCERN
Days
12
-
Trainees
2
-
37
4
GOAL
Trainees
Days
CORDAID
Days
134
Trainees
3
-
-
106
25
Days
107
10
88
25
105
218
44
90
6
65
-
-
HNTPO
Trainees Days
2
-
-
145
33
64
12
-
74
35
5
Capacity building of County or State health offices; training
-
-
-
-
Community Volunteers training
-
-
257
22
16
8
334
35
-
-
540
1,090
2
864
360
817
2
641
360
1,174
936
82
566
160
Long term Training (longer than 3 months)
Totals
1
88
4.6.1 PH training targets
Cont…
Training grouping
IMC
Trainees
Days
Malteser
Merlin
Trainees Days Trainees Days
OVCI
Trainees
Days
TEARFUND
Trainees Days
WorldVision
Trainees Days
1,178
293
-
-
36
3
135
37
-
-
470
14
158
36
-
-
39
25
138
68
-
-
100
20
In-service training of health workers (e.g. refresher courses)
99
12
-
-
29
8
137
38
-
-
164
30
Capacity building of County or State health offices; training
11
7
-
-
-
12
24
-
-
39
34
Community Volunteers training
30
2
-
-
310
7
148
38
-
-
30
5
1,774
407
-
-
792
83
17
1,039
510
1,393
-
-
1,136
192
Training of community organizations (BomaHC etc.)
Formal training courses of health professionals
Long term Training (longer than 3 months)
Totals
-
4.7.1 Classroom Constructions and school support
Code
NGOs
BSF-IAe 19
ACROSS
BSF-IAe 20
MRDA*
BSF-IAe 18
Windle Trust
BSF-IAe 21
World Relief
BSF-IAe 22
BSF-IAe 23
Classrooms
Admin Blocks
1
2
1
HARD
36
5
FHSS
12
1
TOTALS
50
7
BSF-IA
Target actuals
Classroom construction 220
190
school services
17
17
Serviced
only
schools
Dormitories at
TTIs
BSF-IAe targets logical logframe
50
15
160
2
4
11
3
15
* MRDA supports KITE TTI in Kotobi - the
classroom and admin block construction is at
the college, not at primary schools.
4.7.2 Primary Education Training
Teacher Training
PSTT trainees to
complete one full
year
Code
NGOs
BSF-IAe 19
ACROSS
100
BSF-IAe 20
MRDA
63
BSF-IAe 18
Windle Trust
BSF-IAe 21
World Relief
BSF-IAe 22
HARD
BSF-IAe 23
FHSS
TOTALS
BSF-IAe
163
682
ISTT trainees ELT trainees
to complete to complete
one full stage ELT course
SMoE
officials
trained
150
32
232
845
Logical logframe
133
900
PTA
members
trained
18
200
163
CED
officials
trained
92
450
Teacher training total
type of training
PSTT
ISTT
Education Management Training
450
18
30
55
40
135
312
190
4.8 WASH COMPONENT
4.8.1 PH & PE,
Construction and rehabilitations of Water points and Latrines.
Number of
new
boreholes
NGO
code
Number of
rehabilitated New
latrines
Harvesting
cubicles
systems
Number of
new latrines
cubicles
Number of
rehabilitated
boreholes
Water points
Latrines cub.
Water points
Latrines cub.
10
4
30
4
Rehabilitated
water
harvesting
Hand washing
systems
points
Water points
Water points
Primary Health
BSF-IAe 01
ADRA
BSF-IAe 03
AVSI
BSF-IAe 05
CCM
BSF-IAe 12
IMC
BSF-IAe 09
GOAL
BSF-IAe 13
Malteser
11
26
BSF-IAe 15
OVCI
1
1
BSF-IAe 17
WorldVision
1
2
12
5
12
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
Primary Education
BSF-IAe 19
ACROSS
BSF-IAe 22
HARD
BSF-IAe 23
FHSS
10
2
12
TOTALS
25
BSF-IA
Target
Achieved
New
boreholes
28
214
174
94
BSF-IAe
targets
25
3
43
8
4
7
5
4.8.2 EDUCATION NGOS
WASH TRAINING
NGOs
Food for
the Hungry
Int.
School hygiene
WUC members
SMoPI or CWD
club members
trained
officials trained
trained
45
120
1
Hygiene
campaigns
conducted
4
4.8.3 HEALTH NGOs
WASH TRAINING
ADRA
Community hygiene awareness campaign
Participatory Health and Hygiene Education training
Trainees
10
Days
5
AVSI
Communities sanitation progress monitoring
900
30
CCM
Health and Hygiene Promotion Campains
150
3
CCM
HHP VHC Hygiene and Sanitation Rolled out Training
150
1
Malteser
Water Hygiene community hygiene awareness
175
1
WVI
Training of CORPS in Community Led Total Sanitation(CLTS)
40
5
WVI
Conducting 20 CLTS sessions as 2 per HF
1000
1
Trainees
Days
ADRA
WUC training (5 men + 5 women each borehole)
Training of water management committee
100
5
AVSI
Follow up training on previous BSF drilled borehole
50
3
CCM
Refresher Course
100
1
CCM
New Boreholes Care Taker Training
2
2
CMSI
training of village health committee
10
3
Malteser
Water Hygiene Training WUC
110
5
WVI
refereshfer training of WUC
60
5
WVI
Refresher training of care taker
12
5
4.8.4 CONTI….
Trainees
Days
ADRA
School hygiene clubs training
Training of care takers
20
5
CCM
PHASE Schools Clubs Training
600
1
CCM
PHAST Training
550
1
CCM
Schools Hygiene and Sanitation Talks
330
1
Malteser
Borehole Maintenance
22
2
Trainees
Days
ADRA
Capacity building of C-DWSS or S-MoPI officers
State and County training
2
5
AVSI
County hygiene promoters training (5 per Payam)
30
5
Malteser
Borehole maintenance training
5
2
4428
97
Totals
AOB
Proposed dates of next
Steering Committee
meetings:
END…
Thank you

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