Four Year Project Funded by Government of Germany and Financed through KFW to support Reintegration of Temporarily Displaced Persons in Merged Districts.

COMPONENT 1: LOCAL CIVIL SOCIETY IS STRENGTHENED IN THAT RESIDENTS OF FATA PARTICIPATE IN THE SELECTION, REALISATION OF REHABILITATION AND RECONSTRUCTION AS WELL AS IN THE MAINTENANCE OF SMALL COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE (CPI).

    Table 1: Planned Targets vs. Achievements till date
No. Activities Planned Targets Achievement during May, 2019 Achievement till Date
1 Mobilize new and/or strengthen existing community, village organization and other appropriate collective organizations

 

 

380 community based organizations (MCOs and WCOs)

 

 

Total Targets have been achieved

 

 

393 CBOs organized with a total membership of 9,970.

This includes 22 Women CBOs

 

The District wise bifurcation of the total Community Organizations formed under the project is depicted in the table below:

Table 2: District Wise Formation of Community Based Organizations
No Agency Target Achieved Membership Villages
1 Khyber 74 88 2162 87
2 Orakzai 69 68 1797 61
3 Kurram 77 80 2232 61
4 South Waziristan 84 95 2235 84
5 North Waziristan 76 62 1544 35
Total 380 393 9,970 328

 

COMPONENT 2: SMALL COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURES ARE REHABILITATED AND RECONSTRUCTED

PROGRESS DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD

By the end of the reporting period, the Project has been able to initiate 211 infrastructure schemes that are identified, implemented, and managed by local communities through organized Community-Based Organizations. The schemes cover a range of sectors and benefit approximately 21,618 households in the TDP-returning villages of five tribal districts while 170 community physical infrastructures have been completed till date.

 

Table 3: Planned Targets vs. Achievements till date
No. Activities Planned Targets Progress During May, 2019 Achievement till Date
1 Provide access to drinking water of sufficient quality

240 CPIs to be established by the end of Project Life

 

(The initial target of 357 CPIs has been revised to 240 as the average cost per scheme has increased from PKR 1.5 million to PKR 2.2 million)

 

01 Scheme completed in SWTD and 02 in Kurram District

 

01 Scheme initiated in the month of May 2010.

157 DWSS schemes initiated that will improve access to clean drinking water for 13,983 Hhs.

27 irrigation schemes initiated benefiting 4129 Households.

 

14 Roads schemes initiated benefiting 2185 Households.

 

11 roads and bridges initiated benefiting 1605 Households.

01 protection wall initiated benefitting 150 Households.

 

01 waiting area has been setup benefiting 23HHs.

2 Set-up, rehabilitate and/or upgrade irrigation systems
3 Sanitation, Construct, rehabilitate and/or upgrade link roads.
4 Set-up road and Bridges.
5 Set-up of Protection Wall
6 Set up of Waiting Area

 

 

Table 4: Agency Wise Physical Progress
No Agency Target Achieved Beneficiaries  
1 Khyber 37 35 24,816  
2 Orakzai 34 33 22,360  
3 Kurram 61 47 15,672  
4 North Waziristan 56 48 55,960  
5 South Waziristan 52 48 50,160  
Total 240 211 168,968  

Among the 211 initiated schemes, there are 65 water schemes powered through solar systems installation.

Operation & Maintenance Training

As per the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), the component on infrastructure work includes education and training of local communities in the operation and maintenance of infrastructure schemes for long-term sustainability.
During the reporting period, no training workshop has been attended on Operations and Maintenance of infrastructure schemes. Whereas a total of 400 persons have been trained in O and M till date
COMPONENT 3: SKILLS TRAINING IN COMBINATION WITH LIVELIHOOD SUPPORT HAS BEEN PROVIDED

Table 05: Planned Targets vs. Achievements till date
No. Activities Planned Targets Progress During May 2019 Achievement till Date
1 Provide employable skill trainings in combination with livelihood support

 

3,235 men and women trained

No trainings were conducted during the reporting month.

2,598 men and women trained.

 

(1179-Employable)

(1419-NRM)

 

2 Provide trainings for management of natural resources, in combination with livelihood support

 

The trade and gender wise bifurcated list of the total members trained is as under:

Table 06: Number of Trainees in Different Trades and Skills Training
No. Activities Men Women Total
1 AC & Refrigeration Mechanic 21   21
2 AEW 35   35
3 Auto Mechanic 23   23
4 Basic Electrician 48   48
5 Carpentry 18   18
6 Cooking Skills 11   11
7 Heavy Machinery Training 280   280
8 LEW Training 49   49
9 Light Engineering 9   9
10 Masonry 10   10
11 Mazari Work   20 20
12 Mobile Repairing 68   68
13 Motorcycle Mechanic 70   70
14 Plumbing 42   42
15 Sack work & Embroidery   20 20
16 Solar Panel Installation 197   197
17 Tailoring and Embroidery   192 192
18 Tailoring Skill 40   40
19 Bitter Gourd 65   65
20 Cucumber 21   21
21 Dairy Processing & Livestock Management Training   30 30
22 Dates 93   93
23 Fruits & Forest Nursery Raising (training of 25 participants in progress) 71   71
24 Grapes 87   87
25 Honey bee keeping training 147   147
26 Maize and beans 170    
27 Okra production 178    
28 Olive Grafting 168    
29 Potato/Maize production 253    
30 Squash production 23   23
31 Tomato 113  

113

 

32 Quilt Making (training in progress)   26 26
  TOTAL 2310 288 2598