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Assume that you are developing Project Proposal focusing on climate change adaptation and

drought risk management related livelihood support activities in the Highlands of 4 Districts in
Tigray Region
Proposing a total of 3 million USD for 3 years

PART 1: BACKGROUND / PROBLEM ANALYSIS

 The background and justification of the proposal should be based on a situational analysis of the
issues needing to be addressed by the proposed intervention.

 Explain the roles and importance of climate change adaptation, disaster risk reduction, drought
risk management (including financial inclusion) interventions for rain fed farming communities
in light of increased climate variability in the Tigray in line with food and nutrition security.

 Where an assessment has been carried out, make references to the identified problems and
potential opportunities.

PROJECT JUSTIFICATION/DECRIPTION

 Drought risk management activities should be justified in terms of the sustainable livelihoods
development.

 The livelihoods development and resilience building should be complemented by an awareness-


raising component on food and nutrition security, natural resources management, asset
protection and creation, livelihoods development, income generating, and other livelihoods
diversification.

 Any prior obligations or pre-requisites that have to be met before the onset of the
abovementioned climate change adaptation, DRR and drought risk management interventions

 Livelihood challenges and potential opportunities for agricultural communities to inrease


household resilience.

 What are the likely risks (emerging risks) that might inhibit the achievement of the intended
objectives of the project/programme?

PART 2: PROJECT OBJECTIVES

 List the main objectives and results to be achieved by this project.


 Ensure that objectives and results comply with achieving zero hunger, enhanced food and
nutrition security, self-reliance and mainstream gender.

 Ensure that objectives and results are specific, measurable, achievable, result-oriented, impact-
oriented, demand-driven, and time-bound (SMART) and sustainable.

 Each objective must be linked to a specific expected output and/or target in Part 8 below.

PART 3: PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY

 What is the modality of livelihood assistance and development proposed (i.e. Registration
methodology to ensure most efficient use of time and resources, community ownership,
livelihoods improvement, skill improvement, self-reliance, livelihoods diversification)

 Role of WFP-supported livelihood assistance to food and nutrition security (livelihood, self-
reliance and resilience building improvement)

 Explain clearly the role of each partner involved in the project cycle: your role as a cooperating
organization, local government, other agencies involved, refugees and host communities.

 Discuss your measures to ensure that men and women benefit equally from the project (gender
mainstreaming).

 Explain how clients/beneficiary selection is going to take place in the livelihoods development,
diversification activities. Describe who exactly are the beneficiaries of the programme?

 Describe the socioeconomic characteristics, including disaggregated baseline data by gender,


age group, vulnerability.

 Describe how project implementation has integrated and equally considered gender at all levels
(women, men, boys and girls and other groups with special needs)

 Describe the livelihoods coordination and management mechanism/strategy (community-based


management committees, local livelihood and development committees, coordination and
management, conflict resolution task force, monitoring and reporting)

 Describe how the livelihood interventions will be overseen at the project site (within
communities, households and individual levels).

PART 4: EXPECTED PROJECT ACTIVITIES

 List the wide range of livelihood activities that you will undertake to meet the objectives

 Indicate which activities will be implemented for: a) women only; b) men only and, c) at
community level.

 Provide a schedule or timeframe for your implementation of these different livelihood


interventions/activities as an annex
PART 5: ORGANIZATION’S PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE

 Explain the organization's mandate and specialization.

 Describe organization‘s prior experience and expertise in this type of intervention.

 Indicate project inputs required as relevant in an annex

 Detail the organization’s capacity (incl. resources and staff) to carry out the project/programme.
Project absorption capacity in case of delayed fund transfer from donor. (ability to continue
without a pause in activities due to delayed funding)

 Describe how the organization coordinates the programme management at national, regional,
woreda, community levels.

 Profile the project staff (incl. their total number and specialization, broken down by gender)

 Indicate contribution(s) from all sources, in cash or in kind and whether for staff, equipment or
technical assistance

PART 6: COMMUNITY/COUNTERPART PARTICIPATION

 List formal and informal institutions (other NGOs, UN agencies, government counterparts,
community-based organizations, etc.) that are/can be involved in this livelihoods project and
their contributions.

 Discuss targeted community’s contributions (if any), whether in cash, kind, labor or other form.

 Describe the operational structures that your organization has in place on these sites/camps
(incl. Offices, vehicles, storage facilities, personnel, and other premises, etc.) that can benefit
the programme.

PART 7: PROJECT INPUTS REQUIRED

Describe and detail which inputs are required.

 Inform the proposed project inputs (incl. materials, equipment, and cash) that are necessary for
the project’s success and explain who provides each of these resources. Explain how the project
resources managed in the project sites

 Provide the project budget that includes your organization and other sponsors’ contributions.

PART 8: EXPECTED OUTPUTS, INDICATORS AND TARGETS


 Each output and/or target must be linked to one or more of the project objective(s).

 Specify which indicators will be applied to measure if the outcomes (qualitative and
quantitative) to be achieved. See example below.

Expected outcome

E.g. Rural farming communities have increased income and improved food security and nutrition
through improved productivity, innovative agricultural practices, natural resource management and
market development.

Indicator

Asset Benefit Index (ABI): Proportion of the population (%) in targeted communities reporting benefits
from an enhanced livelihood asset base

PART 9: REPORTING and MONITORING ARRANGEMENTS

• How will the project be monitored? (by whom, indicators, frequency)

• Reporting: Monthly, Quarterly, yearly and Final project reports should be submitted to WFP

• How often will reports be submitted to WFP?

PART 10: MAINSTREAMING GENDER STRATEGY

 Provide details of how gender equality will be integrated throughout this programmes and/or
projects such that:

 women, men, youth, girls and boys benefit from (and are not left behind) livelihood assistance
programmes, projects and activities that are adapted to their different needs, interests,
capacities and vulnerabilities;

 women and men (and girls and boys, as applicable) participate equally in the planning,
implementation, monitoring and evaluation of gender-transformative food security and
nutrition policies, programmes and projects;

 women and girls have increased leadership and decision-making power regarding food and
nutrition security in households, communities and societies;
 livelihood development equally benefits women and men, and does no harm to the safety,
dignity and integrity of the women, men, girls and boys receiving the assistance;

 livelihood interventions provided in ways that respect the beneficiary rights and does not
reinforce oppressive gender stereotypes.

PART 11: RISKS AND ASSUMPTIONS

Please describe any external factors, security issues, conflicts or risks that need closer attention and
management.

Please use the below Risk Matrix:

Table 2: Risk management Matrix

Risk Category
Areas of
Potential Risks (Low, Medium, Mitigation measures
Concern
High)

PART 12: EXIT STRATEGY

 Management, capacities and strategies to achieve cost efficiencies in operations over time and
after the termination of the project support (sustainability).

ANNEXES as relevant

 Details of equipment and non-food items

 Project budget (with narrative)

 Work plan/schedule