IRC HUM 2014-2017 - IRC HUM 2014-2017 new HUM-strategy

Activity identifier
SE-0-SE-6-5204048503-ETH-72010

IRC Humnaitarian contributions 2014-2017

Results

General question: Results related to the intended outcome 2017Question: Summarise results related to the intended outcome (this information will be sent to Open Aid) For the fourth and final year of the multi-frame agreement 2014-2017 with IRC, the programme named HFA (Humanitarian Framework Agreement) has included 11 country/context based projects (increased by 4 compared to previous year), 7 RRMs (same number as last year), two methods support (Client Responsiveness Designing for a Change in Perspective, and Emergency Preparedness in High-Risk Areas), and capacity support for coordination and learning, monitoring/evaluation. Due to extended project implementation periods beyond 30 April 2018, three country projects (Syria cross border, Mali, and South Sudan), three RRMs (Libya, Colombia, and Kenya) will be reported through a supplementary report by the end of Janaury 2019. The total budget for the reporting year was 101,820,574 SEK (an increase by 16% compared to last year). Due to IRC's good results in the field and value added to Sida HUM there has been a steady growth during the past three years in HUM's financing through IRC. IRC has a value added to Sida as it has access and works in some of the world's most difficult humanitarian contexts or most forgotten crises mainly with "protection" issues. It is positive to note in the report for 2017 that IRC is following by its commitment to mainstream protection throughout its activities. The comments by Sida on the 2017 narrative and financial report is attached to this conclusion on performance.  The following are some examples of results with Sida funding in various contexts 2017: - In Nigeria a total of 107,823 people were reached and received e.g. immunization, malaria and diarrhoea case treatement. Nutrition activities were also implemented with a screening of 13,769 children and 1,518 children were admitted into the outpaient therapeutic programme with severe acute amlnutrition.  gained access to health and nutrition facilities in Maiduguri and Jere in Borno and 14 870 gained access to protection services. - In Lake Chad, a total of 40,732 IDPs and host community members benefitted from health services as a result of Sida funding. This included vaccination against measels, screening for HIV and put on ARVs, health care and treatment for people with mental and neurological diseases. - In Yemen, WASH interventions increased access to safe drinking water, basic hygiene supplies and knowledge on hygiene practices to 43,109 beneficiaries against a target of 30,300 which also shows capacity to be flexible. IRC also ensured access to clinical, reproductive and preventive healthcare services to 2017,280 conflict affected people. It reached 21,669 beneficiaries through nutrition interventions for children under five years (the children were 44% of these beneficiaries). To achieve this, there were counselling of 12,241 mothers and caregivers on infant and your child feeting and identification of malnutrition and referral patyways from the community to the facility treatment. IRC treated 9,429 children under five years for malnutrition and 6,233 vulnerable children received other preventive care. The women protection and empowerment programme in Yemen opened  a women and girls community centre which provided a safe space to 690 women and girls which also included a variety of services. - In Niger, 32,630 vulnerable people were provided with access to safe, clean and sufficient water and sensitised on hygiene and sanitation topics. - IRC has continued to provide essential services to women and girls IDPs, refugees and host community members particularily in Iraq, Lebanon, Syria and CAR. In Lebanon i.e. 332 adolescent girls attended dedicated adolescent girls activities. In Iraq (Dohuk), IRC has 1,659 women and girls participated in protection safe space activities and recreational activities, and women's empowerment activities. Also, 294 men were reached with the aims to reduce GBV

Summary

From

Granting agency
Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency
Implementing organisation
International Rescue Committee
Aid type
C01 - Project-type interventions
Strategy
Humanitarian Assistance 2011-2016

To

Recipient
Ethiopia

For

Sector
Emergency response
Subsector
Materiel relief assistance and services

Duration

Activity length
2014 – 2019

Financial information

Paid per year (net value)
2017 USD 343 629
2018 USD - 5 971
2019 USD - 4 952
2020 USD - 52
Total paid amount (net value)
USD 332 654
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---2014-06-01USD 428 140
Disbursement---2017-12-28
USD 343 629
Disbursement---2018-12-28
USD -5 971
Disbursement---2019-12-28
USD -4 952
Disbursement---2020-12-28
USD -52

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Documentation

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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