12 aktiviteter 2017 med en totalsumma av SEK 77,4 m, summerat på
Support to Musika, second phase (2014-2017) - Support to Musika, second phase 2014-2017 SEK 26 600 000

Agricultural development

Beskrivning

Musika is a non-profit company owned by six key Zambian agriculture related institutions. It is managed by a local team of agricultural market development experts and started its operations in November 2011 with funding from Sweden through Sida/the Embassy in Lusaka and from November 2012 with co-funding from DFID Zambia. Sweden and the UK have entered into a Joint Finanacing Agreement that clarifies the purpose of the joint funding and how the two actors will harmonies their support. DFID entered into an agreement about support to Musika 2012-2016. Currently it is not clear whether DFIDs funding will continue after 2016. Musika contributes greatly to the Results Strategy for Sweden’s Development Cooperation in Zambia 2013-2017. Musika has been one of the most important agriculture markets programs in terms of reaching the RA2 results. The focus and activities of Musika is directly corresponding to the results of i) increased productive employment in rural areas (Musika alone contributes to twice the target of 120,000 productive jobs), ii) increased access to finance and iii) increased access to markets. Musika is also indirectly contributing to the other two results of increased access to energy and more sustainable natural resource management and responds to several other priorities in the strategy such as main target groups (small scale farmers with specific targets for women), using a catalytic approach and contribute to private led development in the agriculture sector/rural areas. The budget is assessed to be reasonable in relation to the objectives and expected results. While Musika works (directly or indirectly) with all main stakeholders in the agri business sector, its primary clients are the private sector entities in the agricultural market systems – ranging from multinational corporations to micro-entrepreneur service providers - that are committed to working with the rural poor as their suppliers, consumers, clients or employees. Through technical support and a range of catalytic investments Musika stimulates and deepens commercial market engagement with the rural poor and seeks to fundamentally change the way agricultural markets engage with and benefit the smallholders. Indirectly, a substantial number of smallholder male and female farmers benefit from increased access to improved agricultural markets. These are the ultimate beneficiaries of Musika’s activities in the sense that all activites aim to benefit this group in the end. Musika's success depends very much on selecting the right partners and facilitating the desired outcome of these partnerships. Musika’s results matrix is based on the DCED’s Standard for Results Measurement. A full audit of the system will be done during 2014 but the initial mock audit 2013 indicated that Musika has a well-developed results framework with indicators and objectives that enables follow-up and reporting of results. A thorough and independent/external evaluation of Musika will be done during two years, starting 2014. Musika’s operations are based on a markets systems approach/M4P-appraoch. Sida/the Embassy has good experiences both as regard long-term sustainability, large scale results and strong ownership by key actors from previous programs that has applied this approach. In short the M4P-appraoch is based on four overall principles: systemic approach/market systems analysis, pro-poor and sustainable change, focus on large scale effect and facilitative approach. Core themes of the M4P-approach are to contribute to sustainable and large scale results benefitting poor people. Another aspect of sustainability is the catalytic effect that Musika’s investments have. Most of the investments that Musika have made have resulted in matching investments by the companies in a scale that would otherwise not have been achieved. Musika has made impressive progress in the first two years and most of its annual targets have been reached. There are synergies between Musika

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral, core contributions to NGOs and other private bodies / PPPs

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Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5119005701-ZMB-31120

Sustainable Integrated Land Management Solutions - Sustainable use of NR in Agriculture SEK 17 008 017

Agricultural development

Beskrivning

The Swedish Embassy issued a call for proposals on Sustainable Use of Natural Resources with focus on the Agricultural sector. The call was issued in recognition of the fact that agriculture is one of the most important sectors in the economy of Zambia and apart from contributing to, is also highly affected by environmental degradation. In the first round, a total of 39 organisations submitted concept notes out which 3 organisations, SNV, We Effect and International Institute for Tropical Agriculture (IITA) were invited to submit full Project proposals. The Embassy evaluated the full proposals and concluded that the proposal by SNV was the best. SNV submitted a proposal to implement a project called "Sustainable Integrated Land Management Solutions (SILMS)" at a cost of 39 508 017 SEK in Lundazi and Katete districts of the Eastern Province of Zambia for the period 2015 to 2018. The Project proposes a market based approach. SNV views the proposed market approach, and rightly so, as key to the success and sustainability of the project which aims to incentivise smallholders to adopt sustainable production practices through increased income generation. At the same time the approach enables small holders to increase their production in a sustainable manner through increased access to modern farm inputs; extension services; finance and markets. The increased income will incentivise small holder farmers to adopt integrated soil fertility management, agro forestry and deforestation-free production. The increased availability of market-based services enables them to continue to use these sustainable land management practices even after the end of the Project. To accomplish the above linkages, SNV will implement the following broad activities; 1.Facilitate trade links between farmers, agro dealers and processors to create guaranteed market for products and extension services as well as improving access to provision of finance 2.Training of agro dealers and extension workers to help make available quality services encompassing Soil testing, Agroforestry practices, proper use of fertilizers and organic inputs as well as selection of suitable seeds. 3. Promote Access to finance by promoting group scheme loans as a way of removing barriers associated with collateral requirements and also reduce the transaction costs of individual loans. 4.Promote distribution free supply chains among cotton farmers by promoting the so called Better Cotton Initiative and work with Forestry Department to implement a system of tracing and monitoring production of cotton using mobile-to-web technology. 5.Facilitate policy dialogue on lessons learned and how to scale up best practices An overview of results expected from this intervention include: 1. 15,000 Small holder farmers improve productivity using ISFM and Agro forestry practices through increased access to inputs and extension services 2. 20,000 Small holders have increased access to markets and finance to support and sustain their adoption of ISFM and Agro forestry practices 3. Deforestation and damage to land from uncontrolled agricultural expansion in Lundazi and Katete Districts is reduced by 15% 4. The development of nationwide frameworks of practice that will enable wide spread adoption of ISFM and agro forestry practices and replication of the deforestation free supply chain model to other commodities is supported SNV will be the implementer of the project and will manage the grant and oversee the project’s implementation. The Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) and the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) will be sub-contracted to provide technical expertise to the project. The total budget for technical assistance that will be subcontracted to SEI over the three year period is 304,428 Euro. The budget for ICRAF for technical assistance is 146,130 Euro. The roles of each organisations are as follows: SEI will be responsible for documenting the lessons

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Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

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Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5119011401-ZMB-31120

iDE Farm business advisors SEK 12 700 000

Agricultural development

Beskrivning

The new proposed project is a continuation of a programme called SHARED managed by iDE Zambia from 2014 to 2016. It aims at creating a network/cadre of private farm business advisors working mainly on commission from farmer and private sector agricultural byers and suppliers. The intervention strategy focuses on increasing the incomes of rural communities by ensuring their meaningful and sustainable participation in Zambian markets. It operates across five pillars of support to strengthen FBA performance and income earning opportunities in the market place: These pillars are; access to inputs, access to credit, access to markets, access to entrepreneurship skills, and access to agriculture extension support. An FBA’s earnings come from new lines of business such as selling of seeds or agro chemicals, linkages to credit service providers, and new output market opportunities. Growing FBA earnings is the best indicator that the programme is effectively creating the ‘push-pull’ effect i.e. FBAs linking suppliers and buyers to farmers, and farmers increasingly being able to access and profit from vital services and markets generating growth. To achieve the expected results iDE has thus applied for 40,045,559 SEK to carry out an extension of the SHARED project that was initiated in 2014 and concluded in 2016. The new proposed SHARED project will continue operating in five provinces of central, Lusaka, copperbelt, southern and north-western during the period 2016-18. The goal of ‘SHARED’ is ‘to contribute to the reduction of rural poverty through improved service delivery by Farm Business Advisors (FBAs). Therefore, second phase moves away from overall focus of SHARED phase one that was focused on FBA recruitment, training and capacity building. This new SHARED will focus on FBA ‘mentorship and enterprise empowerment’. The intention is to reasonably deepen the technical and market focus, including positioning, of the FBAs as small-scale, but vibrant, diverse and self-reliant entrepreneurs, providing packaged solutions of significant value to the rural community. The new SHARED intervention will build on what was achieved in the previous SHARED project by incorporating learning, refinements and upgrades to the model as well as new investments. It is assessed that with this approach, the intervention will fully embed the FBA model in rural smallholder communities by the end of the proposed three years

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Bilateral

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Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5119012601-ZMB-31120

UN Joint Program on Decent Jobs for Youth SEK 12 000 000

Agricultural development

Beskrivning

The International labour Organisation (ILO) together with a fellow UN agency, the Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) developed a joint programme on “ Decent Work and Food Security through Rural Youth Entrepreneurship Development in Zambia”. ILO as a lead agency applied to Sida for funding amounting to 46,075 MSEK (approximately $7 million USD) to implement this programme during the period 2013-17. The objective of this intervention is to contribute to addressing the high unemployment challenges faced by the youth especially in the formal sectors. Sida approved the proposal with the condition that the project would be divided into two phases: Phase 1 was the inception and lasted 12 months with the budget of 17,4 MSEK. The objective of the inception phase was to; • put in place programme implementation arrangements and to strengthen the evidence for the programme theory. The latter should be undertaken in order to arrive at development interventions that are responsive to the Zambia’s development challenges and priorities. • conduct wider consultations in order to secure broader local programme ownership and alignment to key stakeholder priorities and development goals, • secure stakeholder consensus in the selection of the agricultural value chains for programme intervention, and • conduct analytical research in the selected value chains in order to identify the market system challenges hindering the participation of young people in these in agricultural value chains. The second phase of the programme is the implementation phase to last 36 months. Financing of the second phase is subject to the following conditions; • ILO submission of an inception report by July 2014, • positive outcome of a review meeting between the main project partners, • approval and finalisation of the Decision on Contribution process by Sida ILO completed the inception phase with the following milestones achieved. A) Joint Programme arrangements and implementation modalities • The pass through funding mechanism is now operational where ILO receives money passed the Inception Phase funds to FAO. • A high level steering committee has been established during the inception period. The Programme Steering Committee comprises, representatives from three Government Ministries, a representative from the donor, representatives from the UN system (ILO and FAO), a representative from the Employers Organization and a representative from the workers organization. The Steering Committee, which is chaired by the Permanent Secretary from the Ministry of Youth and Sport, is structured to meet every six months. Two meetings were held during the Inception Phase. A Technical Working Group comprising of representatives from the Key Programme Partners will be constituted during the implementation phase. • A fully functional Programme Management Unit housed in the ILO Lusaka Country Office has been established. The full complement of seven Programme staff is in place and comprises a Chief Technical Adviser (ILO), An International Programme Coordinator (FAO), a National Programme Coordinator (ILO), National Programme Officer (ILO) a National Programme Officer (FAO), Finance and Admin Officer (ILO) and a Driver (ILO). The Programme team is based in the CO-Lusaka premises. B) Stakeholder Consultations and Programme alignment The Programme conducted a number of activities to engage key Programme stakeholders in the Programme design. This was done with the view to secure broad local programme ownership. Consultative activities undertaken include: • A Project Inception workshop, November 2013 to introduce the Programme and raise awareness about its existence among stakeholders; • A high level Programme launch by the ILO Director General, Guy Ryder in December 2013, to raise the profile of the Programme among a wider selection of stakeholders; • A consultative sector selection workshop, in February 2014 to seek stakeholder consen

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Bilateral

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Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5119004901-ZMB-31120

Indaba Agricultural Research Institute 2013-17 - Indaba Agricultural Research Institute SEK 9 660 000

Agricultural development

Beskrivning

IAPRI's approach to achieving beneficial changes in Zambia's agricultural sector are the three pillars of research, outreach/stakeholder consultation, and capacity building. IAPRI believes that achieving sustainable, long-term improvements in agriculture requires being cognizant of the environmental impacts of agriculture, the effects of climate change on small-scale producers,

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Bilateral, core contributions to NGOs and other private bodies / PPPs

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Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5119006101-ZMB-31120

Unspecified SEK 435 303

Agricultural policy and administrative management

Beskrivning

The activity "[Ospecificerat]" does not have a description. Please check if there are documents linked to the activity or contact Sida directly for more information. You can call +46 8 698 50 00 or send an e-mail to sida@sida.se.

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Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

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Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-8889998801-ZMB-31110

BAE Musika AG SEK 407 375

Agricultural development

Beskrivning

The BAE (Bilateral Associate Expert) program was initiated by Sida in 1985, as a complement to the multilateral/UN program, JPO (Junior Professional Officer). The objective of the BAE program is to provide technical assistance to and strengthen capacity of the receiving organization through a young expert. A BAE is a young professional below the age of 33, who holds a university degree and has at least two years of relevant, paid, work experience. In the recruitment process, Sida and the receiving organization look for young professionals with knowledge and skills relevant for the organization, as well as the potential and willingness to learn and grow during the assignment. BAE:s are mainly placed within a cooperating partner organization in the global south, be it local/international NGO:s, public agencies, ministries, etc. working with international development, such as International Planned Parenthood Foundation, Saferworld, Slum Dwellers International, Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association, Agence de l'Environnement et du Développement Durable in Mali, etc. The receiving organization drafts the ToR and is highly involved in the recruitment process, in order to ensure local ownership. Before deployment, all BAE:s undergo a one week onboarding in Sweden, to prepare for their missions. The BAE contract is for maximum three years and before starting the third year, a BAE may relocate to an Embassy working with international development.

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Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

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Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-11378A0101-ZMB-31120

Unspecified SEK 91 059

Agricultural services

Beskrivning

The activity "[Ospecificerat]" does not have a description. Please check if there are documents linked to the activity or contact Sida directly for more information. You can call +46 8 698 50 00 or send an e-mail to sida@sida.se.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

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Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-8889998801-ZMB-31191

Forensic audit SNV operation Zambia 2016 SEK 80 000

Agricultural development

Beskrivning

The audit for 2016 on the Sida supported SNV Project "Energy for Agriculture" revealed suspicion of misuse of funds aimed at payment of per diem for training participants. SNV together with the Embassy hence decided to carry out a forensic audit.

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Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

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Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-11494A0101-ZMB-31120

Final Audit ZNFU/MAL FISP E-voucher Pilot SEK 73 096

Agricultural inputs

Beskrivning

The head of development cooperation signed, on the 9th September 2015, a grant agreement with ZNFU for support of SEK 2 000 000 to implement the FISP e-voucher pilot. The Embassy deemed the contribution relevant in relation to the result strategy for Zambia 2014-2017. In accordance with the agreement the embassy should procure an external auditor for an end of Project audit. Because of ZNFU's delay in reporting, the audit was delayed. The Embassy sent a call-off to Moore Stephens, which is the Embassy's second option under the framework agreement. EMM Corporate Partners, that is the first option, was not chosen as the firm conducted the audit on the corruption case of ZNFU in the core support and the relationship therefore is infected. Moore Stephens responded by email on 26th Oktober 2016 with a suggestion that the Embassy found relevant.

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Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

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Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-10439A0101-ZMB-31150

ZNFU Core Support Phase II - Agricultural devt through ZNFU/SCC SEK -433 955

Agricultural development

Beskrivning

ZNFU is a member organisation has applied for new grant with the objective of developing an effective and efficient organization, able to satisfy its members, using its own resources. The core function is Lobby and advocacy,Member service provision and outreach,Information dissemination and communication to members. ZNFU recorded some success in the previous support which it want to cement in future

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Genomförandekanal

Bilateral, core contributions to NGOs and other private bodies / PPPs

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Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5119002401-ZMB-31120

MAL-ZNFU FISP E-Voucher Pilot - ZNFU E-Vouchers SEK -1 232 565

Agricultural inputs

Beskrivning

The Swedish support to Zambia National Farmers Union will get additional support through this initiative that aims to develop and implement a E-voucher system for small-scale farmers.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

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Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5119011501-ZMB-31150

Year Värde (SEK) Värde (USD)
2019 SEK 73,5 m USD 8.5 m
2018 SEK 79,8 m USD 9.2 m
2017 SEK 77,4 m USD 9.1 m
2016 SEK 56,7 m USD 6.6 m
2015 SEK 114 m USD 13.5 m
2014 SEK 81,8 m USD 11.9 m
2013 SEK 42,6 m USD 6.5 m
2012 SEK 49,6 m USD 7.3 m
2011 SEK 27,8 m USD 4.3 m
2010 SEK 13,6 m USD 1.9 m
2009 SEK 12,6 m USD 1.7 m
2008 SEK 42,3 m USD 6.3 m
2007 SEK 58,9 m USD 8.7 m
2006 SEK 54,0 m USD 7.3 m
2005 SEK 66,4 m USD 8.9 m
2004 SEK 42,3 m USD 5.8 m
2003 SEK 37,1 m USD 4.6 m
2002 SEK 4,0 m USD 411 k
2001 SEK 4,0 m USD 387 k
2000 SEK 61,5 t USD 6.7 k
1999 SEK 5,6 m USD 676 k
1998 SEK 18,7 m USD 2.4 m

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Zambia

Human Development Index
139
(Rankar 187 länder, 2015)
Bruttonationalprodukt (BNP)
1721,6
(Per capita i USD, 2014)
Världens bistånd (ODA) som andel av BNI
3,9 %
(ODA, 2014)
Svensk del av totalt bistånd (ODA)
5,2 %
(ODA, 2014)

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