Participants in 2013 Consolidated Appeal



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Sector objectives and output targets

Strategic objective #2

Provide humanitarian aid to 100,000 SAM children under five and 430,000 MAM children under five in 2013.




Sector objective #1
To improve access to water supply and sanitation facilities in health centres as well as the implementation of good hygiene practices amongst the duo caretaker / malnourished child, not only during the case management at nutrition rehabilitation units (NRUs), but also within the community.

Sector key interventions

Provision of safe water supply in NRUs.

Construction of adequate sanitation facilities in NRUs.

Implementation of water chlorination activities.

Mobilization of the communities and health agents around hygiene related issues, especially hand washing with soap.

Installation of hand washing devices in NRUs.

Distribution of soap and basic hygiene kits in NRUs.

Strengthening the capacity of the Government and partners in the area of WASH-in-Nutrition.




Output Indicator


2013 target

Proportion of NRUs in the target area implementing the WASH-in-Nutrition package.

100%

Proportion of malnourished children treated in NRUs implementing the WASH-in-Nutrition package.

70%



Strategic objective #3

To prevent and control outbreaks and reduce morbidity and normally high death rate of transmitted and non-transmitted diseases.




Sector objective #2
To provide safe water supply and sanitation facilities, as well as hygiene education in the cholera treatment centres (CTCs) and to ensure the implementation of basic prevention measures and initial case management in cholera affected communities.
Sector objective #4
To provide access to water supply, adequate sanitation and hygiene promotion in natural disaster-related IDP sites.
Sector key interventions

Provision of safe water supply in CTCs and/or IDP sites.

Implementation of water chlorination activities.

Mobilization of the communities, health agents and IDPs around hygiene related issues, especially hand washing with soap.

Installation of hand washing devices in CTCs and/or IDP sites.

Distribution of soap and basic hygiene kits in CTCs and/or IDP sites.

Construction of basic sanitation facilities in CTCs and/or IDP sites.

Disinfection of CTCs and cholera affected households within the communities.

Training and equipment of water point management committees.

Strengthening the capacity of the partners in the area of cholera outbreaks and natural disasters preparedness and response.




Output Indicators

2013 target

Quantity of safe water available per person and per day in IDP sites.

15 litres

Number of people per latrine in IDP sites.

20

Proportion of CTCs in the target area with the basic WASH package (safe water supply, basic sanitation facilities, water chlorination, routine disinfection).

100%

Proportion of people in the target area which can identify at least three vectors and barriers of the transmission of cholera.

80%

Number of cholera emergency response plans updated in the course of the year.

01




Strategic objective #4

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




Sector objective #3
To improve access to water supply, sanitation and hygiene mobilisation not only in refugee sites, but also in the host communities.

Sector key interventions

Provision of safe water supply in refugee camps and host communities.

Implementation of water chlorination activities.

Mobilization of the communities, health agents and refugees around hygiene related issues, especially hand washing with soap.

Installation of hand washing devices in refugee camps.

Distribution of soap and basic hygiene kits in refugee camps and in the host communities.

Construction of basic sanitation facilities in refugee camps.

Training and equipment of water point management committees.

Strengthening the capacity of the partners in the area of emergency preparedness and response.

Output Indicators

2013 target

Quantity of safe water available per person and per day in refugee camps.

15 litres

Number of people per latrines in refugee camps.

20


Top-priority actions, beneficiaries, and locations

Actions: support the response to the nutritional crisis through the provision of a WASH-in-Nutrition package of services to identified NRUs; support the response to the cholera outbreak through WASH intervention at CTCs and community levels; ensure WASH services are in place in refugee camps and host communities; strengthening the capacity of the Government and humanitarian community on WASH emergency preparedness and response.

Beneficiaries: the number of beneficiaries will be specified once the projects have been selected.

Locations: the locations, where assistance is to be provided, will be specified once the projects have been selected.



Table of proposed beneficiaries per location

Geographic
Location

WASH

Sahel Region

Refugees

TOTAL:

50,000




Host communities

TOTAL:

31,000




Children

TOTAL:

105,550




Women

TOTAL:

111,500

Nutrition-crisis-affected areas

Children

TOTAL:

100,000




Women

TOTAL:

252,000




Pregnant and lactating women

TOTAL:

200,000

Roles, responsibilities and links

Sector

Governmental institutions

Sector lead

Other partners

Agriculture

Ministry of Agriculture (MAH)

FAO

Implementing NGOs, Plan Burkina

Education

Ministry of National Education and Literacy, Ministry of National Solidarity and Social Affairs, CONASUR, CORESUR

UNICEF

Save the Children, National Red Cross, Plan International, Terre des Hommes Lausanne, FDC

Food Assistance

Ministry of Agriculture, National Food Security Council, Ministry of Social Affairs, CONASUR

WFP

CRS, Oxfam, Save the Children, BF Red Cross, Welthungerhilfe, ACF, Hope’87, CREDO, Croix Rouge Monaco, GVC Onlus, Helvetas, HKI, ACCEDES, ACDI VOCA, ADRA, OCADES, Plan Burkina

Health

Ministry of Health, local authorities

WHO

UNICEF, UNFPA, BF Red Cross, MSF, other NGOs, Plan Burkina

Multi-sector

CONAREF-CONASUR

UNHCR

UNICEF, Plan Burkina

International Emergency and Development Aid (IEDA), Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), Terres des Hommes (TDH), Veterinaires Sans Frontiere (VSF), Medecins du Monde (MdM), Intermon Oxfam, Croix Rouge Burkinabe (CRB), Commission Nationale d'Aide aux Refugies (CONAREF), CARITAS/OCADES,



Nutrition

Ministry of Health

UNICEF

UNO, NGOs and CBOs

Protection

Ministry of National Solidarity and Social Affairs, CONASUR,

UNICEF

Save the Children International, National Red Cross, Plan-Burkina Faso and Terre des Hommes Lausanne, DRC, AEJTB, UNFPA

WASH

Ministry of Social Actions, CONASUR, Ministry of Agriculture, Water resources and Fisheries, Ministry of Health,

UNICEF

WFP, WHO, FAO, UNDP, UN-HABITAT, CREPA, WaterAid and the BF Red Cross, Plan Burkina

Coordination

National Food Security Council, National Emergency Relief Council (CONASUR)

OCHA

UNDSS, sectors, Humanitarian forum
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