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A global programme supporting governance and market reforms aimed at reducing the illegal use of forest resources, benefitting poor forest-dependent people and promoting sustainable growth in developing countries.
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.
To support a resilient health system in Zimbabwe that is equipped to deliver quality sexual, reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health and nutrition services including adaptive programming that is responding to priority infectious diseases-cholera. In total the programme will benefit 5.4 million women and children in Zimbabwe and help save over 13,000 lives.
To save lives, reduce poverty and suffering of 400,000 crisis affected people in Burma and Burmese refugees in Thailand through providing humanitarian assistance, enhancing resilience and building local and international organisations’ capacity to respond to future humanitarian need in Burma
The UK will provide up to £165m over 5 years in two phases of £82.5m. The programme will provide technical support on city and regional interventions in 3 focus countries, Burma, Uganda and Zambia resulting in increased inclusive economic growth and job creation. The interventions will help city economies to become more productive, deliver access to reliable, affordable, renewable power for businesses and households, and strengthen investment into infrastructure services, including from the UK.
Contribute to the reduction of morbidity and mortality due to water, sanitation and hygiene related diseases. To reduce burden of water collection on women and girls; to improve basic education and gender equality. The programme target areas where effects of climate change and variability such as droughts and floods have affected community access to safe drinking water. Specifically, the programme is (i) Increasing the number of water sources in affected areas through rehabilitating and drilling high yielding and perennial water sources, (ii) Installing more energy efficient and clean solar powered Piped water systems with water storage facilities to ensure constant water supply and efficient water demand management during periods of water stress, (iii) Promoting water conservation through constructing waste water collection troughs at water points for livestock and (iv) Working with district water and sanitation technicians to construct climate resilient infrastructure.
To build on the achievements of Development Partnerships for Higher Education (DelPHE) phase 1 to design a dynamic and innovative higher education partnerships programme that: meets the needs of DFID priority countries and helps to progress development outcomes, strengthens the capacity of Higher Education Institutions in DFID priority countries to act as catalysts for poverty reduction and sustainable development, enables capacity strengthened higher education institutions in DFID priority countries significantly influencing MDG-related policy and practice.
To encourage innovation amongst the private sector by provision of investment capital and business development services worth £27 m to innovative enterprises in low income states of India and £11m for enterprises in developing countries by 2019. This will contribute to MDGs by benefitting 1 million individuals with improved access to affordable and efficient services in the Low Income States of India and Developing Countries.
The Programme is expected to directly result in access to new/import infrastructure services such as electricity, sewage and transport to an estimated 280,000 people.To improve access to better quality transport, clean energy and basic urban services for households and businesses, by providing loans to private sector-led infrastructure projects. This will benefit an estimated 280,000 people with improved infrastructure services.
To enhance economic value generated for the poor as producers, consumers and employees by investing in impact enterprises. This will benefit up to 30 enterprises and generate employment incomes of at least £10m.To ensure poor and vulnerable people in low income states (especially women) benefit from economic growth through better access to financial services, and investing in private sector projects that will benefit the poor as producers, consumers and employers. This will benefit 12 million low income households with improved access to financial services and upto 30 enterprises in attracting additional investments worth £56 million.
Child Protection Fund Phase II for the National Action Plan for Orphans and other Vulnerable Children (CPF II for NAP) - ZimbabweUK Department for International Development
To ensure that children, families and communities receive improved child protection services, reinforced by household and community economic resilience. To contribute towards achievement of Global Goal no1, to end extreme poverty in all forms, everywhere. To ensure no one is left behind by targeting vulnerable children, including those with disabilities. To provide technical support to the child protection system in Zimbabwe, through support to the National Case Management System. To provide an opportunity for a multi-sectoral child protection prevention and response system to provide services to vulnerable children in Zimbabwe by funding UNICEF to work with different specialist downstream partners in child protection, including specialist organisations in clinical management of sexual abuse, legal aid organisations and child protection capacity building organisations amongst others.
To reduce greenhouse gas emissions and deforestation in Indonesia as part of the UK's efforts to avoid catastrophic climate change that would hit the very poorest first and set back global efforts at poverty reduction
International Anti-Corruption Programme (I-ACT) is a multi-component programme which makes fighting corruption a top priority for the international community to address the impact of corruption on the poorest countries and people. It will follow through on Anti-Corruption Summit actions aimed at preventing corruption, ending impunity, and empowering those who have suffered from it. It will focus on strengthening the international architecture and response on anti-corruption, and will include work with new digital technologies to strengthen civil society in partner countries.
Integrate climate change into development planning, budgeting and delivery in national and sub-national governments in Afghanistan, India, Nepal and Pakistan.This will done by strengthening planning, budgeting, delivery mechanisms, building awareness and capacity of stakeholders through technical and some implementation support. It will help to mobilise domestic and International finance. Sharing lesssons and knowledge in South Asia is a key element of the project.
In line with the UK government’s aid policy and revised development partnership with India, the Infrastructure for Climate Resilient Growth (ICRG) programme sees the UK provide world class expertise to improve the impact of the Indian Government’s $5 billion per year National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme. The scheme will help over 5 million people living in three of India’s poorest states – Odisha, Chhattisgarh and Bihar – to increase their incomes and resilience to climate shocks. It guarantees 40 million households per year the opportunity to build small scale works (irrigation, flood defences, forest plantations etc.) to increase their incomes and protect themselves from extreme weather events. UK support will improve the design and quality of infrastructure built, increase the capacity of the government to deliver its own programmes and influence the policies of the largest programme of this type in the world.
Myanmar’s cities are rapidly growing, increasing demand for urban services, electricity and public transportation. Infrastructure is the backbone of economic growth. Adequate and resilient infrastructure improves access to basic services such as clean water and electricity; stimulates trade and boosts business, thus creating jobs. It also makes Myanmar’s cities more climate resilient and liveable. With the right tools and policies in place, infrastructure can help lift cities, countries and their people out of poverty. Hlan Chi aims to assist government at all levels to provide improved urban services and thus create more employment opportunities. CIG Myanmar works alongside government agencies and the private sector providing expert assistance to help: • Make infrastructure investment decisions that are in the long-term interests of the people of Myanmar. • Plan and manage cities to promote business growth, drive job creation and enable people to move around the city with ease. • Widen access to affordable electricity, water, sanitation and housing for all sectors of society. • Coordinate complex urban and infrastructure projects, to reduce social, environmental and climate risks. • Improve cities’ finances to facilitate the provision of infrastructure services to all communities. • Attract appropriate investment in infrastructure and services that benefits all and creates resilient cities.
The Agri-Tech Catalyst aims to accelerate the development of new agricultural innovations to address food security challenges in developing countries by supporting research /private sector partnerships. The programme will benefit farmers and organisations involved in agriculture value chains through the development and adoption of agricultural innovation.
strengthened UK-India global development partnership that will facilitate the sharing of development experience, expertise and policy positions
To assist Government of Bihar in attracting private sector Investments, effectively steering revenue collection and utilisation, and strengthening growth transmission: all benefiting women, Scheduled Castes and Minorities.
This Fund has been set up to provide operationally relevant research support to country offices in South Asia. Studies will be commissioned on the basis of demand from DFID country offices in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Burma, India, Nepal and Pakistan and the context-specific evidence generated will inform the design of new programmes and improve implementation of ongoing programmes in these country offices. It is expected that the evidence generated by the programme will also be useful for other donors and the wider development community. Gender will be a key focus in the programme.