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Providing Humanitarian Assistance in Sahel Emergencies (PHASE)

UK Department for International Development

To provide humanitarian assistance to vulnerable people in the Sahel and help them to cope with future disasters. This will be linked to the seasonal calendar and work alongside longer-term resilience programmes to reduce the long term demand for humanitarian assistance in the Sahel, and will be delivered through NGO and multilateral partners.

Project Identifier: GB-1-204439
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 25-09-2014
Total Budget: £248,499,993

Partnership to Engage, Reform and Learn (PERL)

UK Department for International Development

The programme works with government and civil society at federal and state levels to reduce inefficiency and corruption in the use of Nigerian resources and therefore improve delivery of services, including for women, girls and persons with disability. It does this in partnership with other DFID programmes supporting service delivery by helping Nigerian stakeholders improve accountability for use of resources including improving processes for raising revenue, allocating resources, planning and programme implementation.

Project Identifier: GB-1-204822
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 31-08-2015
Total Budget: £99,999,990

Strengthening disaster resilience in Nepal

UK Department for International Development

This project will strengthen disaster resilience in Nepal, particularly to earthquakes, by working with urban centres to build and plan more safely; supporting the strengthening of critical public infrastructure to earthquakes; working to strengthen national capacity to respond to crises and ensure that the international community is prepared; and ensuring that the UK is able to support a humanitarian response should a crises hit.

Project Identifier: GB-GOV-1-300003
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 06-09-2016
Total Budget: £45,999,997

Building Urban Resilience to Climate Change in Tanzania

UK Department for International Development

To build urban resilience to current climate variability and future climate change in Tanzania’s cities and towns through improved data and evidence, urban planning, and infrastructure provision for sustainable economic growth and development.

Project Identifier: GB-1-204656
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 14-11-2015
Total Budget: £29,529,066

Mobilising for Development (M4D)

Palladium International Ltd (UK)

To ensure service providers, particularly local governments are more accountable and responsive to citizens by improving the quality, accessibility and relevance of economic and social services to 650,000 people (of which at least 30,000 are adolescent girls) by 2018

Project Identifier: GB-COH-02394229-NGMFZ
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 16-05-2016
Budget: £17,569,394

Nepal Urban Resilience Program (NURP)

ICF Consulting Services Limited

The aim of the Nepal Urban Resilience Program (NURP) is to support national and local government in strengthening the resilience of growing urban areas to natural disasters through improved building, planning and services. ICF and its consortium are providing technical assistance support to the Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD) and municipal governments to achieve the following objectives: • Strengthen the disaster resilience of up to 7 rapidly urbanising areas and to facilitate learning from these urban areas to enable replication in other locations; and • Strengthen national policy development, implementation and monitoring in relation to disaster resilience, as well as stronger coordination and collaboration between the Government and development partners nationally.

Project Identifier: GB-CH-4161656-30302198
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 28-01-2019
Budget: £6,367,182

Partnership to Engage, Reform and Learn (PERL) - Learning, Evidencing and Advocacy Partnership (LEAP)

ICF Consulting Services Limited

Nigeria’s ability to deliver shared growth and poverty reduction, and to tackle problems of insecurity and falling oil prices depends to a large extent on the performance of its public sector and the accountability of government towards citizens. However, they are undermined by a deeply-embedded set of problems that are rooted in Nigeria’s institutions and political economy. PERL has been designed by DFID Nigeria to tackle these problems in an integrated manner through three Pillars. One of the critical problems, which is the focus of the third Pillar, is the weakness of evidence on what is required to deliver public sector reform (PSR) and accountability. Although the broad parameters of Nigeria’s political economy problems are well understood, there is insufficient evidence on what is required to deliver PSR and strengthen public accountability. ICF is providing services to strengthen processes of learning on what works and what does not work in delivering PSR, using these lessons as part of a broader strategy to influence political leaders and national debate on the steps Nigeria would need to take to promote reform. LEAP works to strengthen the evidence base for reform by creating demand for, generating and encouraging the use of evidence to inform discussion and decision-making on public sector reform.

Project Identifier: GB-CH-4161656-40300111
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 04-04-2016
Budget: £4,074,629

PO 6091 - Urbanisation and Infrastructure Research and Evaluation Manager - Nigeria (UIREM)

ICF Consulting Services Limited

Renamed as ‘Urban Research Nigeria (URN)’ this multi-year urbanisation research and evaluation programme must deliver evaluation services directly to the Nigeria Infrastructure Advisory Facility phase II (NIAF II), whilst simultaneously addressing wider key themes about urbanisation, urban development and the provision of infrastructure – and their impacts on Nigerian economy and society. The expected outcomes are (i) rigorous research across key themes in urban development which generate new knowledge and evidence on urbanisation for Nigeria and for cities in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) which will inform future urban development policy and programming both in DFID and more widely; and (ii) feedback to the NIAF programme on the progress of interventions and influence future programming on infrastructure and urban projects for DFID-Nigeria.

Project Identifier: GB-CH-4161656-40300038
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 21-08-2013
Budget: £2,906,260

International Climate Fund Monitoring Evaluation & Learning (MEL)

IMC WORLDWIDE

The immediate recipient of the required services will be the ICF HMG management team comprising policy officials from DFID, BEIS and Defra who are responsible for delivering and managing the ICF programme portfolio. Deliverables will be used by the team to inform decision-making and the development of appropriate policies and programmes. International partners and donors, developing country governments and civil society organisations will also be primary beneficiaries of the results, knowledge, lessons learned, and best practice generated by this programme. Again, it is envisaged that the deliverables from this programme and their dissemination will help inform decision-making and the development of appropriate policies and programmes.

Project Identifier: GB-COH-02651349-10725
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 04-01-2018
Budget: £1,070,417

PO 6567 - Evaluation of the technical assistance component of DFID India's Education Portfolio

ICF Consulting Services Limited

The purpose of this evaluation is to capture the extent to which DFID TA and/or TA in conjunction with financial assistance (FA) is working effectively to transfer useful knowledge, skills and practices to key personnel in India’s secondary education school delivery system that ultimately improve teaching and learning outcomes. The evaluation is neither a typical programme evaluation, nor a traditional baseline-midline-endline impact assessment. Instead, it is a portfolio evaluation of the TA component of the five education programmes, aiming to see how there are interlinkages or synergies which can support learning on how to make the sum greater than its parts.

Project Identifier: GB-CH-4161656-40300007
Activity Status: Implementation
Start Date: 16-10-2014
Budget: £619,467

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