UN WFP funded Projects



1. Implemented Food for work (FFW) programmers

Objectives

By implementation of Food for work (FFW) HAPA provided work opportunities for more than 200,000 jobless most venerable people in southern region of Afghanistan and produced immediate advantages for community in terms of food security and nutrition. At the same time more than 1490,000 individual Male and female helped for reduce risks from natural disasters and contribute to long-term benefits for the environment and for livelihoods. This, in turn, increases a community's resilience.


Main Activities

To providing food assistance to the most vulnerable Male and Female by communities participating in activities such as Rehabilitation and Cleaning of Canals and kareazes , construction Flood protection walls , Houses(Shelter ) construction , Rehabilitation of Navers and wells, Rehabilitation and repairing of roads , construction of tents walls , establishment of Nurseries ,extension of Saffron and building bridges in all provinces of southern region of Afghanistan since 1998 till now

Output of the FFA programme

Food for work program me produced immediate advantages for more than 1490,000 individual Male and female in terms of food security and nutrition by receiving wheat.Pulses.Oil ,Salt At the same time, they helped reduce risks from natural disasters and contributed to long-term benefits for the environment and for livelihoods.






Project Strategy

FFW jointly implemented with relevant deportments of Government of Afghanistan, association, district governor and provincial council. For provided list for selection of priority needy area and people and they were able to monitor the project according to the standard norms and the parents association were involving in this project they contribute to safe and coordinate the smooth food distribution in the project site and supporting HAPA during distribution. WFP contributed all project supporting funds including food item and cost, HAPA done work as implementation partner and had ability to implement the project according to the norms WFP all technical and financial procedures reports submitted to WFP for weekly monthly and quarterly according to the WFP requested report formats.
HAPA has provided equal employment opportunity for male and female traditionally
So this program attract them to attend in taking participation in the work like in nursery and extension of saffron at same time women received food assistance.
HAPA had responsibility for all activities required for the smooth implementation of the project. The respective government authorities as well as relevant Deportments consulted prior to any sort of HAPA food distribution to the beneficiaries of the project.
The food storage considered to placed in suitable warehouse and dry place to keep the food safe from humidity and wet. Food distribution toke place according to the WFP norm scale with existing representatives of WFP on the distribution spot.
The projects monitored once a week by HAPA office enemy and monitoring and evaluation committee staff themselves and WFP responsible representative permanently either once a week or a month.
HAPA given information to WFP each month when distribution of the food decided for the beneficiaries, beneficiaries got the exact amount of the food regarding WFP norm with scale and standard amount mentioned on the WFP norm for FFW projects. And HAPA informed other stakeholder’s coordination line department Community elders representative of government by coordination of WFP.

2. School Meals (School Feeding Programm)

Objectives

Main Activities

HAHA implemented under the UNWFP School Meals ( School Feeding Programm ) the following Two

1. Providing/ Distribution of high-energy biscuits for boys and grills students in 59 Schools(6 Grils Schools and 53 boys ) in Tarin Kot. Chora and Dahrawood districts of Urozgan province one for each girls and each month during 3 years
2. Providing/ Distribution of take-home rations (Oil for 653 girls in Tarin kot and 249 girls in Choora District of Urozgan province ) 3.7kg oil for each girls and each month during 3 years



Output

Continuing to provide a daily biscuits to Children in 59 Schools as they grow helps keep them in school and they encouraged for taking participation in school and classroom regularly. Providing oil became source of income for the 902 Girls and household, helping families to educate their children and protect their food security and Health of children supported so they can become healthy and productive adults, and to provide and improve the Education and support the school children daily life through high-energy biscuits distribution and school feeding activities increased food insecurity in the area. The distribution of oil assistance can become a sustainable livelihood for the community especially female and orphan’s children family, and other vulnerable groups to provide income as well as a source of food insecurity.


Project Strategy

School Feeding Programm implemented jointly with DoE (school principals), parents association, district governor and provincial council. DoE provided schools list for selection of priority needy area they had opportunity for monitoring the project according to the standard norms and the parents association were involved in program they contributed the safe and coordinate the smooth food distribution in the project site and supported HAPA during distribution. WFP contributed all project supporting funds including Food items and cost, HAPA worked as implementation partner all technical and financial procedures reports submitted to WFP for weekly monthly and quarterly according to the WFP requested report formats. HAPA was responsible for all activities required for the smooth implementation of the project. The respective government authorities as well as DOE consulted prior to any sort of HAPA food distribution to the beneficiaries of the project. The actives monitored once a week by HAPA office enemy and monitoring and evaluation committee staff themselves and WFP responsible representative permanently either once a week or a month.


3. Emergency Operations
Main Activities

HAPA Emergency assistance covered the following three main kinds of crises:
Sudden disasters:

Slow-onset disasters(drought effected families and crop failures)

Complex emergencies

Objectives

Project Strategy

When Emergency event Occurred HAPA in close coordination with UN Agencies including WFP , NGOs and line Government deportments take meeting for selection joint assessment team to conducting a Joint assessment in order to identify/verify affected families . to Make the profile/list of effected families And Analyze the problems and needs of affected families, and Categorize the problems and give priority to their problems share with donors especially with WFP to response for their needs For selected the most vulnerable Families for food and non food assistance When there is an emergency, so WFP quickly establishes how much food assistance is needed and the best way to deliver it to the hungry. So they draw up a detailed plan of action and budget When WFP released the food so HAPA with line deportment have opportunity for monitoring the project according to the standard norms and the parents association were involved in program they contributed the safe and coordinate the smooth food distribution in the project site and supported HAPA during distribution. WFP contributed all project supporting funds including Food items and cost, HAPA worked as implementation partner all technical and financial procedures reports submitted to WFP for weekly monthly and quarterly according to the WFP requested report formats.


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4. Food for education and training:
Objectives

To encourage/support women, youth and ex-combatants as they learn new skills and got education by supplies food To got skill for finding gainful employment for Kochies and to improved hygiene and sanitation practices in Kochies living sites particularly focusing children and women .


Main Actives
Project Strategy

This training was joint project of WFP and CIDA KLIP , WFP prvided Food Items for Trainees and UNODC provided financial support The trainees of the training were Just for Kocheis that they were jobless, Poor and they lost the animals during last drought Training for all closes ware for 3 .5hours and 10 minutes each day, literacy ;six days in a week , hygiene and sanitation training for all mentioned classes was in every week from 30 Minutes to 45 minutes for each class.The participants participating in the Motorbike and generator repair .tailoring , masonry training, were the same as those participating in the and sanitation training for all mentioned classes training Curriculum for hygiene and sanitation training made by HAPA and Curriculum for masonry, motorbike ,Tailoring program made and consistent with standards and curriculum set by MOLSAM The trainers for male classes were Male and for female classes were Female HAPA provided monitoring staff (one male and one female) this staff have job to monitor the Project


Providing Food for 30 trainees of vocational and literacy trainings in the following two area of Kandahar

Project Strategy

This training was joint project of WFP and UNODC , WFP provided Food Items for Trainees and UNODC provided financial support and the project monitored by HAPA UNODC,WFP and DOLSAM, The training was conducted for 3 hours and 10 minutes each day, literacy and Numeric classes were took one hour daily; six days in a week ,The participants participating in the Carpentry and Motorbike repairs training, were the same as those participating in the Literacy/numeric training ,Curriculum for Basic literacy and numeric program made and consistent with standards and curriculum set by Literacy Department within the Ministry of Education after approval of the mentioned curriculum by UNODC and Curriculum for carpentry and Motorbike repairs program made and consistent with standards and curriculum set by MOLSAM ,For each trainee WFP released food, from starting the training till ending HAPA distributed the following food items for each trainee training trainees of motor bike repair, carpentry and literacy


Wheat: 300 Kg
Cooking Oil: 22.5 Kg
Pulses: 36 Kg


Project Strategy

This project was jointly implemented with DoE districts governor and provincial council. DoE provided list for selection of priority needy area and they were able to monitor the project according to the standard norms and the parents association were involving in this project they contribute to safe and coordinate the smooth food distribution in the project site and supporting HAPA during distribution. WFP contributed all the project supporting funds including Wheat, Cooking Oil. Pulses and cost, HAPA done work as implementation partner and was able to implement the project according to the norms WFP all technical and financial procedures reports submitted to WFP for weekly monthly and quarterly according to the WFP requested report formats. HAPA has provided equal employment opportunity for male and female This has priority coordinated with WFP, DOE and other necessary stakeholders. The food storage was considered place in suitable warehouse and dry place. Food distribution toke place according to the WFP norm scale with existing representatives of WFP on the distribution spot. Beneficiaries received the exact amount of the food regarding WFP norm with scale and standard amount mentioned on the WFP norm for School Feeding projects. This is also be documented HAPA will be inform other stakeholders coordination line department as DOE and Community elders representative of government by coordination of WFP. HAPA almost have active and professional women staff in Urozgan sub offices, so HAPA sent female staff for distribution. The training was conducted for 3 hours and 10 minutes each day for learning of literacy and Numeric; six days in a week ,Curriculum for Basic literacy and numeric program made and consistent with standards and curriculum set by Literacy Department within the Ministry of Education attendance sheet provided to the trainees for monitoring