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Shelter Provision, Reintegration And Improved Livelihoods For Returnees And Idps In 3 Towns In Somaliland

The overall objective of the project is: to improve the living conditions of 475 long-term IDP families in urban IDP settlements in Somaliland three Regions, and facilitate their integration into the host community with improved housing, water, sanitation and enhanced livelihood opportunities.Expected Outcomes and Outputs: The project envisages the following key outcomes and outputs to achieve the above stated overall objective: 1. Beneficiaries provided with secure land tenure at identified resettlement sites in Boroma, Burao and Berbera, and threat of forced eviction permanently reduced 1.1 Land for construction identified, agreed with and secured by the 3 respective Local Government Authorities and technical site surveys carried out 1.2 Households profiled, pre-project livelihoods status documented, and shelter beneficiaries selected through a transparent and fair process 1.3 Permanent legal land rights secured for the 475 shelter beneficiaries in the 3 target towns; Housing Land and Property rights for IDPs advocated with local authorities and land owners 1.4 Property titles provided for shelter beneficiaries and registered at the respective Municipality 2. Shelter construction and settlement development at the 3 selected Returnee IDP settlement areas completed and living conditions of up to 475 families improved 2.1 Participatory settlement planning and house design conducted with representative groups of beneficiary IDPs and local authorities 2.2 Technical planning, preparation of Bills of Quantities (BoQ) and local tender process completed; sub-contracts awarded to 3 local construction companies, who will use available labor force from the settlements 2.3 Permanent shelter constructed for up to 475 Households 2.4 Basic settlement infrastructure and services provided (water, sanitation, drainage, road network, etc) 3. Social-economic integration of the 3 Returnee and IDP communities improved and access to employment and livelihood opportunities increased 3.1 Training in construction skills provided and temporary jobs created for unskilled Community members and local building contractors; Training certificates provided to community members 3.2 Additional sub-projects identified (Selection through community consultation, action planning and local project prioritization) and implemented, specifically targeting the social and economic development of women and youth from the 3 target communities 3.3 Provision of training certificates; Post project livelihood status of trained beneficiaries monitored and documented

Financials

Transaction type Value Date
ExpenditureUS$ 3,626,2332018-02-01
Incoming FundsUS$ 3,200,0002018-02-01

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Results

Beneficiaries provided with security of land tenure in their respective residential areas, and threat of forced eviction permanently reduced.Effective policies and strategies related to urban planning, management and governance, including in the context of crisis-prone and post-crisis human settlementsEnhanced strategic partnerships for urban planning, management and governance Government and Habitat Agenda partners using alternative approaches to forced evictions Government and Habitat Agenda partners’ capacity to achieve equitable land and housing rights strengthenedGovernment and Habitat Agenda partners’ capacity to develop slum upgrading and prevention policies and strategies improved Government and Habitat Agenda partners’ capacity to effectively address housing, land and property in the context of crisis-prone and post-crisis countries increased Government and Habitat Agenda partners’ knowledge of equitable land and housing rights increasedImproved capacity to apply urban planning, management and governance (UPMG), including in the context of crisis-prone and post-crisis human settlements Improved inclusive action planningImproved management of financial resources for urban planning, management and governanceIncreased application of best policy practices Strengthened organization structures and processes for urban planning, management and governance

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Budget
US$ 3,200,000
IATI Identifier
41120-2325
Sectors codes
16030, 43030, 43030
Start date planned
2013-06-03
End date planned
2018-03-31
Activity status
Implementation
Regions
Africa, regional
Countries
Somalia
Participating organisations
Japan

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Housing policy and administrative management

Urban development and management

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