Integrated livelihood and slum development in Zenebework Community, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

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Description

Objectively Verifiable Indicators

Means of Verification

Assumptions

Goal

To improve the livelihoods and

health conditions of the

Leprosy Affected and disabled

households & other poor people

 

 

  • Reduced the incidence and/ or prevalence of communicable disease.
  • Improved the quality of life of the people.

 

  •  Government health report.
  • Impact assessment after 1year of project completion.

 

 

Government policies remain stable and supportive.
Peace and stability in the area.

Objectives

 

 

 

1. To improve the existing water, sanitation and hygienic and housing conditions of targeted community by end of the project.

  • No. of people with increased access to improved sanitation facilities.
  • No. of people with increased access to clean water.
  •  No of people with improved hygiene practices.
  •  No of people getting access to well rehabilitated housing.
  • No. of beneficiaries are applying hand washing practices
  •   Reports and records
  • Interviews
  • Field visit
  •  Pictures

 

Government policies remain stable and supportive.
Grate involvement of the local government offices, CBO’s and community in securing land for construction.

Market stability.

2. To improve economic conditions of targeted poor people focusing on beggars and people with disabilities by the end of the project.

 

  •  No of people practicing acquired skill in creating business activities.
  •  Increased income of 120 HH’s through IGA.
  • Reports and records
  • Interviews
  •  Field visit
  • Pictures

Government policies remain stable and supportive.
Strong follow up and participation of local government sector offices and CBO’s in identifying the right user groups.

 

3. To enhance the capacity of all stakeholders on WASH, HIV/AIDS, Leprosy and sustainable management of the project by the end of the project.

 

  • No of functional steering committees and users’ committees managing the project sustainably.
  •  No of targeted CBO members and local stake holders’ staff who has brought change through the acquired knowledge and skills on aspects of WASH, HIV/AIDS, avoiding stigma and discrimination and self reliance issues.

 

 

  • Reports and records
  • Interviews
  • Certificate awards
  • Pictures

 

Strong follow up and participation of local government sector offices and CBO’s in assigning the right person.

4. To improve the education status of 360 targeted children between age ranges of 3—5 years by the end of the project.

 

  •   No of children age between 3-5years who enrolled in the KG center.
  •  Reduced no of school dropouts at KG center due to low economic status by providing the necessary care & support.
  • Reports and records
  • Interviews
  • Field visit

Strong follow up and participation of local government sector offices and CBO’s in assigning the right person.

Market stability.

5. To improve the environmental sanitation and protection at one primary school in woreda-01 by the end of the project.

 

  • No of students getting access of improved sanitation facilities (VIP and solid waste disposal system) at the primary school.
  • No of school communities who brought behavioral change in creating green and clean environment.
  • Reports and pictures
  • Interviews
  • Field visit

Strong follow up and participation of local government sector offices and CBO’s in assigning the right person.

Market stability.

 

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