Sw Cooperative Centre OPT CAP 2013

Activity identifier
SE-0-SE-6-5204043601-PSE-72040

The outcome objective is improving food security and self-reliance of 473 women-headed and vulnerable households and of 215 threatened small-scale farming families who are directly affected by the Israeli Separation Barrier and or Israeli settlements. The expected results is an increase access to small scale agriculture and income, restore agriculture production, and increase access to water resources.

Results

This project aimed at enhancing the livelihood of the poor, marginalized and female headed families on one hand and the small scale farming families on the other hand to mitigate their migration flow and support their existence in the marginalized localities affected by the Israeli occupation. It is believed that the project’s Overall Goal has been achieved through enhancing the food security and resilience capacities of its Rights holders/Beneficiaries. Reaching the final results was challenging due to the target groups (female headed and poorest families), target locations (politically instable sensitive areas that need special permissions and can be obstructed by the Israeli army), type of conducted activities (agro-production activities that need certain circumstances to be implemented). The project outcome objective is improving food security and self-reliance of 473 women headed and poor HHs and 215 threatened small scale farming families. However, the actual achievement of this objective exceeded what was planned, where the total number of Rights holders/Beneficiaries is 997 HHs, which represents 145% of the total planned number of 688 Rights holders/Beneficiaries HHs. The project targeted communities affected by the separation wall and seam zone and Jerusalem Governorates. Originally 38 localities were proposed, but the project expanded the targeted areas to include new localities in the seam zone of Qalqilya governorate increasing the number of target localities into 42. Most activities were conducted in sensitive locations, Area C, and East Jerusalem. 550 female headed and poor families benefited from food security and income generating interventions increasing their food intake quantitatively and qualitatively. About 773,300 $ is the worth amount of consumed and sold food from chicken farms’ eggs, sheep newborns, produced milk (even the though the quantities are consumed by the newborns) and food baskets. (The target was 600,000$, this represents 129% achievement) 541 out of 550 families indicated increase and in their daily food intake (they have more than 2 meals/day) which forms 97% of the total number, while only 2 families out of the surveyed sample still have 2 meals/ day. Additionally, 671 HHs have increased access to small scale agriculture for self-consumption and income. 447 Rights holders/Beneficiaries were small scale farming families benefited from land and water rehabilitation interventions increasing their persistence position to live in their sensitive areas. All of the 447 farmers have resumed and maintained their farming after rehabilitating their agricultural asset or improving the availability of water resources they need. This result represents 208% achievement of the whole project target. In addition to that, the project decreased the challenges faced by the targeted farmers; none of them face water scarcity (decreased from 54%) and only 10% of them have limited services (decreased from 31%). Many factors have affected the implementation of the different interventions, this includes the unstable political/security situation in many of the target localities specially Qusra, Jaloud, Qaryout, and Twayyel in Nablus governorate. This situation had set many constraints on the freedom of movement for the project team, ability to delivering the equipment needed to implement the activities and risk on the sustainability of implemented interventions. This was overcome as it was part of the project’s mitigation plan.

Summary

From

Granting agency
Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency
Implementing organisation
Donor country-based NGO
Aid type
C01 - Project-type interventions
Strategy
Humanitarian Assistance 2011-2016

To

Recipient
Palestinian Territory, Occupied

For

Sector
Emergency response
Subsector
Emergency food aid

Duration

Activity length
2013 – 2015

Financial information

Paid per year (net value)
2013 USD 921 206
2014 USD 874 648
2015 USD - 7 372
Total paid amount (net value)
USD 1 788 482
Total committed amount

Transactions

DisbursementThe amount placed at the disposal of a recipient country or agency.
Type Description Receiver Org Transaction ID Date Value
Commitment---2013-05-01USD 1 842 412
Disbursement---2013-12-28
USD 921 206
Disbursement---2014-12-28
USD 874 648
Disbursement---2015-12-28
USD -7 372

This post shows the annual total amount of disbursements for this particular activity. For the current year, the figure reflects the total amount of disbursements up until the date of the latest data update. The date of the latest data update is available on Openaids startpage.

Documentation

Budget

Conditions

Intended ultimate beneficiaries

Objectives / Purpose of activity

Results, outcomes and outputs

Focus areas (policy markers)

Marker Principal objective Significant objective Not targeted
Gender Equality
Aid to Environment
Participatory Development/Good Governance
Trade Development
Aid Targeting the Objectives of the Convention on Biological Diversity
Aid Targeting the Objectives of the Framework Convention on Climate Change - Mitigation
Aid Targeting the Objectives of the Framework Convention on Climate Change - Adaptation
Aid Targeting the Objectives of the Convention to Combat Desertification
Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (RMNCH)

Source

Activity data from IATI