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Beneficiaries working on the compacting of an earth dike, a cash and food-for-work activity in the North region. WFP/Celestine Ouedrogo, Burkina Faso, 2010.

BURKINA FASO

Consolidated Appeal

2013






Participants in 2013 Consolidated Appeal

A Action contre la Faim, Alliance Chrétienne pour la Coopération Economique et le Développement Social C Catholic Relief Services, Christian Aid D Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e.V. (German Agro Action) F Fédération nationale des organisations paysannes, Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations G Gruppo Volontariato Civile I Intermon Oxfam, International Emergency and Development Aid M Medicos del Mundo O Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs P Plan International S Save the Children, SOS Sahel International U United Nations Children's Fund, United Nations Dept of Safety and Security, United Nations Development Programme, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, United Nations Population Fund

W World Food Programme, World Health Organization

Please note that appeals are revised regularly. The latest version of this document is available on http://unocha.org/cap/. Full project details, continually updated, can be viewed, downloaded and printed from http://fts.unocha.org.


Table of contents

Table of contents 3

1.Summary 4

Table I: 2013 Requirements per sector 10

Table II: 2013 Requirements per priority level 10

Table III: 2013 Requirements per organization 11

2.2012 in review 12

Achievement of 2012 strategic objectives 12

Review of humanitarian funding 17

3.Needs analysis 20

3.1 Food security and nutrition situation 20

Drivers and underlying factors 20

Humanitarian consequences and caseload 21

3.2 Refugee crisis 23

Humanitarian consequences and population 23

4. The 2013 common humanitarian action plan 25

Planning scenario 25

Humanitarian access 27

The humanitarian strategy and strategic objectives 28

Explanation of strategy 28

Strategic objectives and indicators for 2013 29

Criteria for selection and prioritization of projects 33

Sector response plans 35

Food Assistance 35

Agriculture 39

Nutrition 42

Early Recovery 45

Child Protection 49

Education 59

Multi-Sector Assistance for Refugees 65

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) 72

Roles, responsibilities and links 76

Cross-cutting issues 77

Annex I: List of projects 79

Table IV: List of Appeal Projects (grouped by sector) 79

Table V: Requirements per location 82

Table VI: Requirements per gender marker score 82

Annex II: Needs assessment reference list 83

Annex III: Donor response to the 2012 appeaL 85

Table VII: Requirements and funding per sector 85

Table VIII: Requirements and funding per priority level 85

Table IX: Requirements and funding per organization 87

Table X: Total funding per donor to projects listed in the Appeal 88

Table XI: Non-Appeal funding per IASC standard sector 89

Table XII: Total humanitarian funding per donor (Appeal plus other) 90

Annex IV: Acronyms and abbreviations 91






  1. Summary

Burkina Faso 2013 CAP: Key parameters


Planning and budgeting horizon

January – December 2013

Key milestones in 2013

2 December 2012: Legislative and communal elections

March 2013: Publication of final results of the 2012-2013 agricultural season

April 2013: Inter-agency contingency planning revision


Target beneficiaries

724,780 for agriculture

1,400,000 for food assistance

50,000 for multi-sector (refugees)

581,000 for nutrition

60,000 for protection

20,000 refugee children at risk of abuse, violence and exploitation

23.400 for education

587,550 for WASH

253,895 for early recovery

7,405,530 for health



Total funding requested

$135.5 million

Funding requested per beneficiary

$93.4







The 2012 Sahel food and nutrition crisis severely affected Burkina Faso. According to a WFP/Government assessment, the crisis affected more than 2.8 million people, mainly due to poor harvests caused by sparse and erratic rainfall.

On 1 March 2012, the Government declared a national emergency based on the agricultural deficits in 2011 and 2012. An eight-month consolidated appeal for Burkina Faso was launched in May 2012.

Despite regular rainfall since July 2012, households’ food security remains fragile. Vulnerable communities’ assets are exhausted, highlighting the need to continue supporting food-insecure people and helping to restore their livelihoods. The severe depletion of very poor and poor households’ assets has seriously harmed their food-security situation beyond the next harvest into 2013, leaving them vulnerable to further shocks.

The situation is complicated by the influx of Malian refugees into Burkina Faso due to political violence in northern Mali in early 2012. According to UNHCR, 35,859 Malian refugees were registered in Burkina Faso as of 31 October 2012. Most are in the Sahel region in Oudalan and Soum provinces, which were already seriously affected by the drought. Multi-sectoral assistance for 50,000 people is urgently needed for 2013.

This Consolidated Appeal will contribute to the Government’s efforts to provide humanitarian aid to the most vulnerable communities, ensuring greater links with development programmes so as to build medium- to long-term resilience to recurrent shocks.

The humanitarian community in Burkina Faso has identified four strategic objectives for the 2013 CAP:

Provide humanitarian aid to communities suffering from or threatened by food insecurity, while capitalizing on emergency response opportunities to develop the self-reliance and resilience capacity of affected people and rebuild livelihoods to implement time-critical early recovery activities.

Provide humanitarian aid to children under age 5 with moderate or severe acute malnutrition.

Prevent and control outbreaks, and reduce morbidity and mortality rates.

Provide multi-sectoral assistance to refugees from Mali and/or potential displacements and support to host communities.

The Consolidated Appeal for Burkina Faso seeks US$135.5 million for 52 projects.1

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HUMANITARIAN DASHBOARD

Humanitarian Dashboard


Crisis description

Drivers of crisis:

The food insecurity and nutrition crisis in the Sahel region has severely hit Burkina Faso, affecting more than 2.8 million people in 2012.

Despite regular and sufficient rainfall since July 2012, households’ food security is expected to remain fragile.

The on-going food and nutrition situation in Burkina Faso has been exacerbated by the refugee influx following the outbreak of political violence in northern Mali.



Needs Profile:

In the Sahelian area of Burkina Faso, 90% of the population is dependent upon agriculture and livestock as a means of living,

In 2012 GAM rate is 10.9% at the national level, compared to 10.3% in 2011. The regions of Centre North, East, North, Centre and Boucle de Mouhoun had the highest GAM rates at 13.6%, 12.6%, 12.2%, 11.8% and 11.1% respectively.

If fighting in Mali resumes, up to 130,000 individuals could seek asylum in Burkina Faso. The majority of the current population is nomadic and consists of three tribes: the Arab, Tuareg and Bella tribes.

Baseline

Population

(World Bank, 2011)



17 m

GDP per capita in PPP constant international $

(Human Development Report 2011)



$1141

Life expectancy

(World Bank 2011)



55 years

Under-five mortality per live births

(DHS 2012)



129/
1,000


Under-five global acute malnutrition rate

(Ministry of Health UNICEF 2011)



10.3%

% of pop. without sustainable access to an improved drinking water

(UNDP HDR 2011)



79%

Human Development Index

(UNDP HDR 2011)



0.331

(181/187)



Strategic objectives

1.

To provide humanitarian aid to communities suffering from or threatened by food insecurity while capitalizing on opportunities in the emergency response to foster self-reliance and resilience capacity of affected peopleand rebuild livelihoods to implement time-critical early recovery activities.


2.

To provide humanitarian assistance to SAM and MAM cases among children under age 5.

3.

To prevent and control outbreaks and reduce morbidity and mortality rates.


4.

To provide multi-sectoral support to current refugees and potential influx of refugees from Mali and/or potential displacements and support to host communities.

People in need

REFUGEES: Planning figure



50,000

Malian refugees



Source: CAP 2013

FOOD SECURITY



1,700,000

Food-insecure people



430,000

MAM cases

(moderate acute malnutrition)


100,000

SAM cases

(severe acute malnutrition)


Source: CAP 2013

Funding


2013 REQUIREMENTS: $135.5 million

2012 REQUIREMENTS: $126 million





BURKINA FASO

2013 Planning figures

Results achieved in 2012

Table I: 2013 Requirements per sector

Consolidated Appeal for Burkina Faso 2013

as of 15 November 2012




Sector

Requirements
($)

AGRICULTURE

15,985,266

CHILD PROTECTION

2,846,601

COORDINATION

1,339,141

EARLY RECOVERY

4,358,151

EDUCATION

1,443,430

FOOD ASSISTANCE

14,240,826

HEALTH

7,116,962

MULTI-SECTOR FOR REFUGEES

46,784,130

NUTRITION

32,845,903

WASH

8,580,409

Grand Total

135,540,819

Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by appealing organizations.

Table II: 2013 Requirements per priority level

Consolidated Appeal for Burkina Faso 2013

as of 15 November 2012




Priority

Requirements
($)

A. VERY HIGH

128,005,364

B. HIGH

7,535,455

Grand Total

135,540,819

Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by appealing organizations.

Table III: 2013 Requirements per organization

Consolidated Appeal for Burkina Faso 2013

as of 15 November 2012




Appealing Organization

Requirements
($)

ACCEDES

259,122

ACF

1,224,174

Chr. Aid

652,700

CRS

2,728,155

DWHH

1,944,993

FAO

14,416,166

FENOP

55,180

GVC

898,800

IEDA Relief

2,413,289

Intermon Oxfam

750,000

MDM

1,276,535

OCHA

1,135,743

Plan

7,327,407

SC

407,400

SOS Sahel International

384,695

UNDP

1,128,850

UNDSS

203,398

UNFPA

1,481,950

UNHCR

29,734,940

UNICEF

21,839,853

WFP

43,034,265

WHO

2,243,204

Grand Total

135,540,819

Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by appealing organizations.



  1. 2012 in review

Achievement of 2012 strategic objectives

Strategic objective #1

Provide life-saving assistance to communities suffering from or threatened by food insecurity


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