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Chemonics International

Strengthening Education for Youth in Syria

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  • Syria
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Strengthening Education for Youth in Syria
Company Name Chemonics International
Funded By 93
Country Syria , Western Asia
Project Value Plz Refer Document
Project Detail

Injaz II Project Dates: December 2018 - June 2020 The Syrian conflict has raised an unparalleled need for access to education so that young Syrians have a chance to learn and thrive. Prior Initiatives: Injaz II follows the Injaz and Idarah programs, which supported provincial and local councils to develop and implement service delivery activities, principally by working with education directorates to improve access to and the quality of education across Syria. Activities included offering stipends to teachers and administrative staff, providing technical support to teachers, and improving assessment and examination systems. Project Goals Provide remedial literacy education to children and youth Provide psychosocial support for children, parents, and the broader community Train teachers on strategies for coping with emotionally distressed students Create a supportive and child-friendly physical environment for learning through school rehabilitation, including damage assessments and equipment repair Create a statistical database of schools in Raqqa for more efficient management

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Ministry of National Education

Disaster Risk Management in Schools Project

  • 300 Million
  • Turkey
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Disaster Risk Management in Schools Project
Company Name Ministry of National Education
Funded By 106
Country Turkey , Western Asia
Project Value 300 Million
Project Detail

The development objective of the project is to increase the safety of students, teachers and staff in selected schools in high-risk seismic zones in Turkey. Improving Seismic Resilience of Schools 292.75 Enhancing Institutional and Technical Capacity for Safer Schools 2.25 PROJECT DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES A. PDO 38. The development objective of the project is to increase the safety of students, teachers and staff in selected schools in high-risk seismic zones in Turkey. The PDO will be achieved by reduced seismic risk of 350 vulnerable schools and increased safety of 280,000 students and staff having access to earthquake resilient education facilities. The Project will rely predominantly on retrofitting of schools (300) and reconstruction of schools (50) over 5 years. B. Project Beneficiaries 39. A safer school can save valuable lives of children, teachers and school employees during a disaster, can be used as a temporary shelter after the earthquake, and can promote the culture of prevention and mitigation through community activities. Thus, the importance of school in every aspect of disaster risk management cycle from pre-disaster mitigation to post-disaster rehabilitation can be recognized.23 40. As the proposed project aims to retrofit and reconstruct schools with the highest exposure to earthquakes, the immediate beneficiaries would be the users of the identified schools (students, teaching and administrative staff). The Project will enable retrofitting/reconstruction of 350 schools that are utilized by approximately 280,000 students and staff annually. Local communities will also indirectly benefit from the project, since some of the schools to be reconstructed could serve as temporary shelters and/or could assume relief/rehabilitation functions in the aftermath of an earthquake. 41. In late 2015, in a phased manner, MoNE initiated seismic risk assessments of around 4,500 schools located in high risk areas. The assessments enabled compilation of data on structural and technical specifications of the subject schools. Investments supported under all of the IPFs under the SoP will focus primarily on the at-risk schools prioritized through a set of comprehensive criteria which includes technical, economic and social aspects in Annex V. The prioritization criteria include, inter alia, hazard level, school-specific structural aspects, operational function of school, role of the school in emergency response plans and provincial demographics. The criteria to identify the investment package for Project 1 includes a detailed analysis of the exposure and structural vulnerabilities faced by individual schools as well as factoring in socio-economic development status of provinces. PDO-Level Results Indicators 42. A set of direct impact and intermediate outcome indicators linked to the project outputs related to school retrofitting/reconstruction has been identified. The Project includes physical and beneficiary related outputs, leading to intermediate outcomes of available and relevant schools. As detailly presented in the Theory of Change in Figure 4, achievement of the PDO will be monitored and evaluated primarily by but not limited to the following key indicators. PDO-level indicators: • Number of students, teachers and staff having access to disaster resilient schools • Number of schools made resilient to earthquakes • Technical and institutional capacity to accelerate safer school investments in place • Communities of intervened schools included and informed (b) Intermediate Outcome Indicators: • Number of new schools with resilient structures • Number of schools retrofitted to improve structural resilience • Key technical capacity in engineering, procurement and contract management in place • Number of school communities reached out to via informative meetings and trainings • Percentage of direct project beneficiaries (Female) • Percentage of grievances responded to in the stipulated time

Sector Administration & Marketing

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Company Name Ministry of National Education
Address Elif Ayhan, Esse Ayse Erkan Orenbas
Web Site http://projects.worldbank.org/P157683?lang=en

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Österreichisches Rotes Kreuz

IRIS - INCREASED RESILIENCE FOR SYRIAN-ARMENIAN REFUGEES

  • 135,000
  • Armenia
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IRIS - INCREASED RESILIENCE FOR SYRIAN-ARMENIAN REFUGEES
Company Name Österreichisches Rotes Kreuz
Funded By 119
Country Armenia , Western Asia
Project Value 135,000
Project Detail

The aim of the program is to improve the social and economic resilience of Syrian and local Armenians and strengthen institutional capacity for economic growth in Armenia. The four priority areas of intervention are health and social services, housing and educational and economic integration of Syrian and marginalized indigenous peoples. (Contribution to SDGs 5 - Gender Equality, 8 - Decent Work and Economic Growth, 9 - Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure, 10 - Less inequalities and 11 - Sustainable Cities and Towns, EU CAP II objectives 13, 14, 15). expected results 1) Improved health status and psychosocial well-being of Syrian-Armenian refugees. 2) Improved housing conditions for the most needy households. 3) Improved economic integration and access to the labor market. 4) Improved integration with the local education system. target group - 9,000 Syrian Armenians supported by the program in the field of social and health services; - 1,100 Syrian Armenians and local Armenians will be strengthened through measures to improve their psychological and social well-being; - 300 Syrian-Armenian families receive housing allowance; - 200 entrepreneurs will be supported with business plans and training for economic integration and business creation; - 3,000 children and adolescents are reached through integration activities. activities Information, advice and assistance on health, legal, housing, education and work support; Offers psychological, social and psychosocial support; monthly rental subsidies for the most vulnerable families and development of sustainable housing concepts; Integration of Syrian Armenians in the labor market; Creation of start-up center for SMEs; Training, coaching, mentoring and financial planning in the creation of business plans; Accompaniment of business start-ups, placement of traineeships; Training for school staff (teachers and administrative staff) in dealing with children who have had traumatic experiences and psychological first aid; Promoting tolerance, childrens rights activities and integration for Armenian children and adolescents; Sports and cultural scholarships, creative programs.

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FONDAZIONE PER LA RICERCA FARMACOLOGICA GIANNI BENZI ONLUS

African Research and Innovative Initiative for Sickle cell Education: Improving Research Capacity for Service Improvement

  • 2 Million
  • Italy
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African Research and Innovative Initiative for Sickle cell Education: Improving Research Capacity for Service Improvement
Company Name FONDAZIONE PER LA RICERCA FARMACOLOGICA GIANNI BENZI ONLUS
Funded By 38
Country Italy , Western Europe
Project Value 2 Million
Project Detail

The Overarching Objective for this consortium is to establish an inter-agency and multidisciplinary staff exchange programme between researchers, technical and administrative staff interaction within EU institutions as well as reaching out to non-EU countries in Africa, Lebanon and US in order to foster sharing of best practice in Newborn Screening, diagnosis and treatment of Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) leading to improvement in overall disease outcome. Using implementation science strategies for this consortium to foster partnerships and the establishment of patient database, registries and a sustainable service for people living with the disorder. Primary Objectives: - To evaluate the prevalence of sickle cell disease among populations in consortium member countries and identify specific haemoglobin genotypes and phenotypic presentations; - To establish laboratory diagnosis and quality assurance systems for population screening and setting up of SCD national prevention programmes; - To test the feasibility for establishing newborn and early infant screening for SCD in consortium participants; - To establish treatment protocols for common complications -acute and chronic pain, stroke, infections, severe anaemia as well as transition from paediatric to adult care, health promotion strategies and nutrition. In order to achieve these objectives, we designed the following WPs: Scientific Coordination and Project Management Implementing eHealth technologies to support a Newborn screening programme in EU, African Countries and Lebanon. Improving laboratory diagnosis and quality assurance systems for population screening. Newborn SCD screening, screening for neurocognitive complications, clinical care and antibiotic prophylaxis Enhancement of SCD management through training in molecular diagnostic techniques and Genetic Counseling for haemoglobinopathies and performance of epidemiological and Training in Research and academic leadership. Communication and dissemination

Sector Administration & Marketing

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Company Name FONDAZIONE PER LA RICERCA FARMACOLOGICA GIANNI BENZI ONLUS
Address Via Abate Eustasio 30 70010 Valenzano Bari
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/221386/factsheet/en

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UNIVERSITE DE MONTPELLIER

Exhumation mechanisms of deep crust and formation of metamorphic domes in orogens: a Synergybetween naturalistic and numerical approaches

  • 226,323
  • France
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Exhumation mechanisms of deep crust and formation of metamorphic domes in orogens: a Synergybetween naturalistic and numerical approaches
Company Name UNIVERSITE DE MONTPELLIER
Funded By European Union
Country France , Western Europe
Project Value 226,323
Project Detail

This study focuses on the genesis of metamorphic domes and gives fundamental insights on the thermo-mechanical behavior of the deep crust and its relationship with the upper crust. This understanding is essential in order to decipher transfers of mass and heat within the crust and related economic issues and seismic hazards. This project is original as it establishes a strong multidisciplinary synergy between field studies, quantitative petrochronology and numerical modelling. The candidate will spend the outgoing phase at the School of Geosciences in Sydney (Australia) and the return phase at Géosciences Montpellier (GM), University of Montpellier (UM, France). Dr Cenki-Tok is associate professor, well versed into naturalistic approaches. Benefiting from an intensive training in numerical modelling by A/Prof P. Rey at U Sydney will allow her to gather a unique combination of competences both naturalistic and numerical. Sydney is internationally recognised for geodata synthesis assimilating the wealth of geological and geophysical big data into a 4D Earth model. The return phase and knowledge transfer to GM will be supervised by Dr. D. Arcay. The complementary skills acquired during this GF will make her an ideal candidate for a Professorship in Europe. A special attention will be paid to disseminate our results to a large audience, using the various means well established at UM. A scientific workshop will be organised in the Montagne Noire dome (France) in order to bring together a multidisciplinary group of geoscientists. This highlight will significantly contribute to the international recognition of UM. Finally, UM has a long-standing experience in the management of European projects, funded research and training grants. The assistance of the academic, technical and administrative staff of the host institutions will assure a complete support of the applicant to successfully carry out her training and research.

Sector Science And Technology

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Company Name UNIVERSITE DE MONTPELLIER
Address 163 RUE AUGUSTE BROUSSONNET 34090 MONTPELLIER France
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/214524_en.html

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Can Tho University

Building Capacity for Can Tho University to be an Excellent Institution of Education, Scientific Research, and Technology Transfer

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  • Vietnam
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Building Capacity for Can Tho University to be an Excellent Institution of Education, Scientific Research, and Technology Transfer
Company Name Can Tho University
Funded By Japan International Cooperation Agency - JICA
Country Vietnam , South-Eastern Asia
Project Value Plz Refer Document
Project Detail

Overall Goal Research and education capacity of CTU in the three fields (agriculture, fisheries/aquaculture and environment) is internationally recognized, and to contribute to value-added agriculture and fisheries/aquaculture and solution of environmental issues of Mekong Delta Region (MDR) . Purpose of the Project Research and educational capacity of CTU in the three fields is enhanced. Outcomes of the Project Research implementation system in the three fields is strengthened. Education implementation system in the three fields is strengthened. Technical support system and administration system necessary for enhancement of research and education capacity are strengthened. Project Activities 1-1 Sharing Japanese universities experience on the planning process of research policy and promotion of interdisciplinary research, and University-Industry collaboration 1-2 Giving technical input in selction, implementation, and monitoring/evaluation of joint researches, including development of research guideline of Model Joint Research 1-3 Holding seminars/workshop/conferences to exchange CTUs research seeds and industrys research needs 1-4 Implementing Model joint research with Japanese partner universities 1-5 Implementing joint researches with Japanese partner unversities and/or private entities, using ODA Loan 1-6 Holding seminars/workshops/conferences to share research results within and outside CTU 1-7 Encouraging researchers to submit papers to international journal/conferences 1-8 Upgrading the capacity of related instituions to encourage researchers to apply for patents (e.g. Dept of Scientific Affairs) 1-9 Strengthening a network to promote a University-Industry- Local government-community collaboration in MDR. 2-1 Selecting new programs to be established under the support by Japanese universities 2-2 Developing curriculum of the new programs 2-3 Preparation of lecturers/syllabus for the new programs 2-4 Applying for approval of the new programs by Ministry of Education and Training 2-5 Announcement/selection of students for the new programs 2-6 Implementing the new programs 2-7 Self-evaluation of education outcome of the new programs 2-8 Model lectures by Japanese professors at existing programs and the new programs 2-9 Identify CTUs challenges/solutions of Quality Assurance(QA) for continuous imrovement of education 2-10 Sharing Japanese universities experience on QA 3-1 Developing and improving mechanism for effective and efficient usage of equipment to be procured under ODA Loan. 3-2 Developing human resources for O&M of equipment to be procured under ODA Loan 3-3 Re-examining the specification of research equipment. 3-4 Identifying CTUs challenges/solutions of administration necessary for enhancement of research and education capacity. 3-5 Implementing short-term training of administrative staff 3-6 Strengthening administration institutions related to University-Industry- Local government-Community collaboration (e.g. Scientific Research and technology transfer Center, Incubation Center)

Sector Education

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Ministry of Health, SILAIS Chontales and SILAIS Zelaya Central

Project of Health of Mothers and Children in SILAIS Chontales and SILAIS Zelaya Central

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  • Nicaragua
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Project of Health of Mothers and Children in SILAIS Chontales and SILAIS Zelaya Central
Company Name Ministry of Health, SILAIS Chontales and SILAIS Zelaya Central
Funded By Japan International Cooperation Agency - JICA
Country Nicaragua , Central America
Project Value Plz Refer Document
Project Detail

Superior Objective: Maternal and child health is improved in the areas under the jurisdiction of SILAIS Chontales and SILAIS Zelaya Central. Objective of the project: The level of use of high-quality services aimed at pregnant women / parturients and children under 2 years of age in the areas targeted by the Project is raised. Expected results: The capacity to provide services to pregnant women / parturients and to children under 2 years of age in health care establishments is strengthened. Community activities related to the health of pregnant women / parturients and children under 2 years of age are strengthened. The administrative capacity of SILAIS in the control of the health of pregnant women / parturients and children under 2 years old is strengthened. The good practices approved by MINSA are shared among all the SILAIS. Activities 0-1 Execute the baseline study on maternal and child health services. 0-2 Confirm and review existing manuals and guides for maternal and child health. 1-1 Perform diagnoses on the current status of obstetric and child care that comply with the rules and procedures in health facilities, as well as the current status of the referral system (from community to secondary level hospital). 1-2 In each area of ??medical specialty, organize Training Committees (technical improvement of maternal and child health service, strengthening of the referral system-counter-referral in maternal and child care, etc.), and establish and / or prepare guidelines, strategy, necessary manuals. 1-3 Develop a training program for health personnel in the areas targeted by the Project (doctor, social services doctor, nurse, nursing assistant and obstetric nurse) in order to provide maternal and child care services that comply with national standards. 1-4 Prepare the basic equipment to implement training programs, as well as use the training results. 1-5 By implementing training for health personnel in the areas targeted by the Project, create a structural training model. 2-1 Perform diagnosis of the current situation of maternal and child health activities by ESAFC in the communities based on the rules and procedures. 2-2 Create Training Committees and establish and / or prepare guidelines, strategies and manuals necessary for maternal and child health activities by ESAFC. 2-3 Prepare training plans for ESAFC in order to implement maternal and child health activities in communities. 2-4 Implement the training to ESAFC in the pilot municipality according to the training plan, and create the training structure, as well as the Health Strengthening Model with Citizen Participation. 3-1 Create framework * for monitoring and evaluation of maternal and child health services provided by health facilities. 3-2 Execute monitoring and evaluation based on this framework and feedback the results. 3-3 To elaborate execution plan of supervision of support to the maternal and child health services of the health establishments. 3-4 Execute support supervision based on the plan, and feedback the results. 3-5 Create framework * for monitoring and evaluation of maternal and child health activities implemented by ESAFC in communities. 3-6 Execute monitoring and evaluation based on this framework and feedback the results. 3-7 Draw up an implementation plan for supervision of support for maternal and child health activities implemented by ESAFC in communities. 3-8 Execute support supervision based on the plan, and feedback the results. 3-9 Create framework * for monitoring and evaluation of maternal and child health data from health facilities. 3-10 Execute monitoring and evaluation based on this framework, and feedback the results. 3-11 Prepare a plan for the execution of supervision of support with respect to the data of health establishments. 3-12 Execute support supervision based on the plan, and feedback the results. 4-1 Organize seminars in order to share with other SILAIS the knowledge and good practices obtained in the Project, including systems for monitoring and evaluation of the maternal and child health service of health facilities. 4-2 Share through the SILAIS Board of Directors that the knowledge and good practices obtained in the Project, including monitoring and evaluation systems of the maternal and child health service of the health establishments, are celebrated in MINSA Central. 4-3 Promote the dissemination of knowledge and good practices obtained in the Project to share them with neighboring countries. Inputs for the Japanese side: Sending long-term experts: Leader / Community Health, Sub-leader / Community Health / Project Coordinator, Maternal and child health, Sending short term experts: Public Health, Health Promotion, Public Administration of the Health / Management Sector, Obstetric / Child Care, and other experts according to need Training: Training of counterparts in Japan. Exchange of experience with other countries. 2 or 3 people from local technical assistants Equipment donation: Basic medical equipment for the first level of care (especially related to Maternal and Child Health) and vehicles. Budget for planned activities. Inputs for the Nicaraguan side: Service of the counterpart and administrative staff (Project Coordinators, Training Facilitators and others from both SILAIS). Salary and cost of counterparts (per diem, etc.) Adequate space for the Project office with basic equipment. Light consumption expense, water from the Project office and parking. Operating expenses necessary for the implementation of the Project. Supply or replacement of machinery, equipment, instruments, vehicles, tools, spare parts and any other material necessary for the implementation of the Project that have not been supplied by JICA Community participation to execute the activities of the Project.

Sector Health

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Company Name Ministry of Health, SILAIS Chontales and SILAIS Zelaya Central
Web Site https://www.jica.go.jp/project/spanish/nicaragua/008/index.html

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Agricultural Credit of Habilitation

Institutional Strengthening Project for the Adequate Financial Inclusion of Rural Producers

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  • Paraguay
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Institutional Strengthening Project for the Adequate Financial Inclusion of Rural Producers
Company Name Agricultural Credit of Habilitation
Funded By Japan International Cooperation Agency - JICA
Country Paraguay , South America
Project Value Plz Refer Document
Project Detail

Superior objective The number of rural producers with appropriate credits and a low delinquency rate in Paraguay is increased Objective of the project The CAH financial service for rural producers in Paraguay is improved Expected result Result 1 - The technical capabilities in Financial Inclusion of CAH officials are strengthened Result 2 - The public credit offer aimed at rural producers is improved Result 3 - Institutional coordination is strengthened to promote Financial Inclusion in the rural sector Result 4 - Credit administration is improved by rural producers Investment Japanese part Sending Japanese Experts Long and / or Short Term (according to need) Sending Short Term Experts from Third Countries (according to need) Training of counterparts in Japan and / or Third Countries (according to need) Machinery, equipment and other materials necessary for the implementation of the Project (according to need) Costs for local activities and printing of materials prepared by the Project On the part of the Government of Paraguay Appointment of Counterpart Human Resources, including Project Director, Project Manager and a Technical Team composed of 9 people. Administrative staff, secretaries, driver and other support personnel. Adequate office space with the necessary equipment for experts. Supply for the operation and maintenance of machinery, vehicles, equipment and other materials. Local operating cost of the counterpart personnel for the implementation of the Project. Cost necessary for the transportation of equipment and materials within the Republic of Paraguay.

Sector Agriculture

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Company Name Agricultural Credit of Habilitation
Web Site https://www.jica.go.jp/project/spanish/paraguay/014/outline/index.html

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Swiss cooperation office of the Swiss embassy and consular section Kigali

Healthcare in the Great Lakes region: taking healthcare to the people

  • 10 Million
  • Rwanda
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Healthcare in the Great Lakes region: taking healthcare to the people
Company Name Swiss cooperation office of the Swiss embassy and consular section Kigali
Funded By Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC)
Country Rwanda , Eastern Africa
Project Value 10 Million
Project Detail

There is nothing new about the SDCs approach in Burundis health sector – training medical and administrative staff in the health centres and district hospitals and ensuring the continuous supply of medicines at a price that the local population can afford – but it makes even more sense since the country was plunged into a political and humanitarian crisis in spring 2015. All donors have suspended their budget support to the Burundi government in response to the numerous violations of human rights in the country, confining their assistance to local initiatives. They have now turned their attention to local initiatives. Switzerland is doing the same by pursuing its commitment on the ground, helping local healthcare facilities as well as the local people whose lives are sometimes already precarious due to the chaotic political situation. The SDC is, therefore, aiming to strengthen the national health system but by taking action directly in decentralised institutions, which in this case are situated in two northern provinces of the country, Ngozi and Kayanza. Democratic management of health facilities The healthcare support programme established by the SDC in Burundi also includes neighbouring Rwanda, within the framework of a regional project. Set up by the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, it helps to build and renovate facilities, buy equipment and train large numbers of medical and administrative staff. The programme has benefited almost 200 health centres and regional hospitals in Burundi and Rwanda and, indirectly, some 2.5 million inhabitants. The idea is not only to ensure the population receives better healthcare but also to make sure that health facilities are run in a professional, even democratic manner. In other words, the more local communities are involved in managing health facilities, and the more access they have to transparent information, the easier it is for them to have access to healthcare. Health insurance But the men, women and children requiring treatment need to be able to pay for it. With the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, the SDC is helping to set up basic healthcare funding arrangements which are favourable to the majority. In Rwanda, the SDCs advocacy contributed to the introduction of basic health insurance for the population in the early 2000s. Since then, the SDC has been striving to help the poorest people to pay their annual premiums (approx. CHF 4 per person). In 2015, more than 17,000 households benefited from subsidies. In Burundi, some 14,000 families were able to obtain a healthcare card thanks to the SDC. The challenge now is for the whole population to be covered by this basic health insurance. The insurance membership rate today ranges from 19% to 77% in areas where the SDC is active. The healthcare support programme that has been set up is trying to make all Burundians and Rwandans aware of the benefits of these insurance schemes. At the same time the SDC takes part in the regular assessment of these schemes, together with the national authorities and local beneficiary committees, in order to improve their day-to-day running.

Sector Healthcare

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Company Name Swiss cooperation office of the Swiss embassy and consular section Kigali
Address Bureau de la coopération suisse DDC et Agence consulaire B.P. 597 Kigali Rwanda
Web Site https://www.eda.admin.ch/deza/en/home/activities-projects/projekte-fokus/Project-database.filterResults.par_projectfilter_0_page5.html

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Ministry of Public Works & Housing, Secretariat General

Accelerating Infrastructure Delivery through Better Engineering Services Project

  • 148 Million
  • Indonesia
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Accelerating Infrastructure Delivery through Better Engineering Services Project
Company Name Ministry of Public Works & Housing, Secretariat General
Funded By Asian Development Bank (ADB)
Country Indonesia , South-Eastern Asia
Project Value 148 Million
Project Detail

The Accelerating Infrastructure Delivery through Better Engineering Services Project (ESP) will help meet the infrastructure development objectives of the Strategic Plan, 2015 2019, of Indonesias Ministry of Public Works and Housing (MPWH). ESP will strengthen the MPWHs capacity to efficiently design and implement its increased public investment program by (i) improving the quality and timely start-up of infrastructure projects, and (ii) strengthening the MPWHs public investment management systems. The impact will be the attainment of the infrastructure objectives of the MPWHs Strategic Plan, 2015 2019. The outcome will be strengthened capacity of MPWHs DGH, DGHS, and DGWR to efficiently design and implement MPWHs public investment program. ESPs outputs are: Output 1: Improved quality and timely start-up of infrastructure projects. This output will support the preparation, design, and delivery of up to 40 projects in irrigation, flood management, bulk water, dam, water supply and sanitation, and national road sectors. These infrastructure projects are to be mainly financed from the government budget. Output 2: Strengthened capacity in public investment management. This output will strengthen the MPWHs capacity in master planning, survey methodologies and design standards, value engineering, technical and financial assessments during construction, use of multi-year contracting for civil works, asset management, safeguards and procurement systems. MPWH, through its secretariat general, will be the executing agency, with DGH, DGWR, and DGHS as implementing agencies. MPWH will establish a steering committee to monitor the ESPs overall implementation and ensure ESP-supported projects are prioritized for implementation. A project coordination office will be established at the Bureau of Budget Planning and International Cooperation of the MPWHs secretariat general to support the steering committee. DGH, DGHS, and DGWR will each establish (i) a project management office headed by a project director and supported by administrative staff; and (ii) project implementation units within their respective sector directorates to lead the selection of consultants for project preparation, with participation of concerned local offices of DGH, DGHS, and DGWR, as required. The project implementation units and local offices of DGH, DGHS, and DGWR will establish project teams to review and endorse the outputs of consulting firms for direct payment by ADB. All consultants will be recruited and managed in accordance with ADBs Guidelines on the Use of Consultants (2013, as amended from time to time). Under the ESP, a large number of consulting firm contracts will need to be expeditiously procured. Given this, and based on ADBs unique experience in supporting the preparation of large pipelines of PPP projects in India and the Philippines, the ESP will apply the following two-phase method for selecting consulting firms for project preparation purposes: (i) the consulting firms will be selected to be part of a panel, and the empanelled firms will be retained for up to 3 years on a noncommittal basis under indefinite delivery contracts (empanelment phase); and (ii) for preparation of individual projects, a selection will be made from the panel based on the evaluation of full technical proposals submitted by the consultants (call-down phase). MPWH will apply this two-phase approach for the first time under the ESP. The National Public Procurement Agency has encouraged piloting testing this approach at MPWH for eventual replication in other sectors.

Sector Services

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Company Name Ministry of Public Works & Housing, Secretariat General
Address Jl. Pattimura No. 20 Keb. Baru Jakarta, Selatan, Indonesia
Email SEKJEN@PU.GO.ID
Web Site https://www.adb.org/projects/49141-001/main#project-pds

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