The objective of this component is to promote refugee hosting communities’ access to basic social and economic services and infrastructures prioritized by them, i.e. the beneficiary communities and to institutionalize the demand driven approach.
To enhanced service delivery capacity of local government institutions we have organize and
conduct training in on CDD and local planning and implementation (3 step planning of planning)
for kebele based committees (KDC, SAuC, CPMC, CPC, CFT, GRC) and SMSs a total participant
In 2011 EFY, 62 community investment sub-projects in Awbare , K/bayah, Dollo ado and
Bokolmayo ( 26 in education sector, 12 in Human health sector, 3 in Animal health sector and
21 in Water sector) and 4 Strategic investment sub -projects (Construction of new Primary
Market Center in Awbare, Expansion of new Health Center in Bokolmayo, Expansion of new Health Center in Dollo ado and Expansion of new High school 9-10 in K/bayah) were planned.
Community in cash contributions of prerequisite deposit to the account were collected from the
communities via the 62 Community investment sup projects 5 % in cash 3,015,563.4 and 10 %
in kind or labor that counts in cash 3,722,960.
Environmental and social safe guard screening was conducted for sub-projects. Current
construction status are as flows a total of 39 subproject are 100 % completed (16 in education
sector , 3 strategic subproject, 9 in human health sector,1 in animal health sector, and 10 in water
sector) the rest 26 subprojects are in (85 % – 95 %) and we have agreed with woreda to finish
them up to sane 20.
The objective of this component is to promote refugee hosting communities’ access to basic social and economic services and infrastructures prioritized by them