Sudan Post-conflict Community Based Recovery and Rehabilitation Programme





 
Fast Facts:
• Project Document
Location: Five locations in North Sudan (River Nile, Red Sea, Blue Nile, South Kordofan, Abyei)
Five locations in South Sudan (Eastern Equatoria, Central Equatoria, Northern Upper Nile, Warrap and Northern Bahr El Ghazal
Duration: January 2005 -October 2011
Focus area: Crisis Prevention and Recovery
Contributions: DFID: 51,000,000 Euros
UNDP: 4,750,000 Euros
Norway: 2,135,000 USD
Partners: 10 consortia of NGOs lead by:
RRP in River Nile - Roots organization for Development
RRP in Red Sea - SOS Sahel International
RRP in Blue Nile - Islamic Relief Worldwide
RRP in South Kordofan – Save The Children Sweden
RRP in Abyei – Mercy Corps Scotland
RRP in Eastern Equatoria – Catholic relief Services
RRP in Central Equatoria – Interchurch Organization for Development
RRP in Northern Upper Nile – Mercy Corps Scotland
RRP in Warrap – Veterinaries Without Border (VSF0 Germany
RRP in Northern Bahr El Ghazal – Save the Children in Southern Sudan
Delivery(USD): 2010: 7,445,506
2009: 9,659,321
2008: 12,493,239
2007: 5,234,786
Contact person in UNDP: Adnan Cheema, Project Manager, adnan.cheema@undp.org
Background
Since it’s beginning in 2005, the Sudan Post-Conflict Community-Based Recovery and Rehabilitation Programme has been providing basic services to rural communities across Sudan. The largest and most comprehensive recovery programme in Sudan, the RRP is managed by the UNDP on behalf of the Government of National Unity and the Government of Southern Sudan with funding from the European Commission and Government of Norway. Linking rehabilitation and development, the RRP has a total of 44 NGOs working together across 10 locations. The programme focuses on three areas: capacity building, improving livelihoods and providing basic services.

Objectives
•Targeting approximately 800,000 beneficiaries, the programme’s objectives include three components: capacity building and institutional strengthening; improving livelihoods; and providing support to basic services.
•The RRP aims to build the capacity of local government authorities (LGAs) through such activities as administrative and financial training, building and equipping administration offices, organizing village development committees and directly including LGAs in the management of RRP activities.
•To improve livelihoods, the RRP is building vocational centres, and training people in such activities as bicycle repair, tailoring, carpentry, and welding. The RRP aims to improve food security through agricultural training activities, and improving market structures and access routes.
•The RRP will improve people’s access to basic services such as access to water, healthcare, and education facilities.

Snapshots of the project's major achievements

Capacity Building and Institutional Strengthening:
- 40 health professionals and volunteers trained in health management and community health
- 25 local health committees trained in health management
- Farmers exchange experience at the regional level through a study tour event
- 11 fishery groups received material grants

Livelihoods:

- 2,400 farmers provided with various agricultural inputs to improve their productivity including seeds, small scale irrigation schemes etc
- 81 grants administered to micro-entrepreneurs, easing the access to startup funds
- 24 saving and lending schemes established
- 125 honey bee cells provided to the local beekeepers
- 123 people trained on different skills (micro credit, para vets)

Basic Services:
- 3,225 community members receive health and hygiene education
- 51 community and institutional latrines constructed
- 50 hand pumps rehabilitated
- 8 new water points built
- 2 water yards completely rehabilitated
- 8 parents and teachers association trained (activities are ongoing)





 


 
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