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Provision of Emergency Shelter Kits (ESK) to IDP populations living in the Settlement in Daynille District Mogadishu, Somalia


Titre : Provision of Emergency Shelter Kits (ESK) to IDP populations living in the Settlement in Daynille District Mogadishu, Somalia

Pays /Région : Somalie

Code projet : SOM-16/3485/R/Shelter/INGO/3880

Durée : 05/12/2016 — 04/12/2017

The proposed actions under this request are meant to complement DRC’s humanitarian efforts on addressing humanitarian needs of the IDP’s who are living in deplorable shelter conditions in Daynille Districts in Mogadishu, by providing life-saving and life-sustaining assistance to people in need, prioritizing the most vulnerable men, women, boys and girls. The project will enable DRC to fulfill its mandate and address shelter gap in the IDP Settlements in Daynille district through the procurement and distribution of emergency shelter kits (ESK), installation 11 solar street lights and working with the to advocate of settlement planning and creating awareness on local housing, land property rights to the IDP populations in the settlements. The response will also seek to create awareness on settlement layout, with layout of the existing services to avoid haphazard settlement and the project will be tailored to address cross-cutting issues such as gender, protection, and safety and security aspects. DRC will conduct a needs assessment in IDP Settlement in Daynille District, in collaboration with the Shelter cluster and other active partners, to identify needs for solar lights. Once the assessment is completed, 11 solar lights will be installed in identified areas in to provide adequate security and safety vulnerable persons with IDP settlement including persons with disabilities, chronically ill, children, and women at risk. The installation of solar lights will be accompanied by the training of a solar light committee on safety and protection of the solar lights. The assessment will include the identification of protection concerns, including persons at risk, persons with disabilities, the chronically ill, etc. Protection and GBV prevention and response will be mainstreamed throughout the project implementation through assessments, training and monitoring activities. All distributions, selection and implementations will be gender-sensitive and will ensure the overcoming of obstacles that might prevent vulnerable groups from receiving access to lifesaving services. The proposed intervention has already been identified in a recent IDP profiling report which this allocation seeks to address per the highlighted needs of the targeted IDP population as indicated in the allocation strategy. The response will target a total of, 900 Households who will directly benefit from the ESK distribution benefiting 5400 individuals of which 1620 are women, 1080 are men, 1350 girls and 1350 boy

The main criteria for the selection of beneficiaries will be based on the SHF and Shelter Cluster strategy on targeting the most vulnerable people, IDPs at risk of being evicted such as women and child headed families. The program will target IDPs especially ’ vulnerable women, boys, girls and men (especially female headed households, children headed household, pregnant and lactating mothers and families with children below 5 years who live in makeshift shelters and have no land ownership, putting them at risk of eviction by landlord). The project is targeting Daynille district which hosts the largest population of IDPs who live in crowded settlements in makeshift shelters and are exposed to various protection risks, including GBV. DRC will employ participatory approaches to ensure that allocations are based on agreed criteria and conducted in a transparent manner to avoid any form of conflict in the community targeted with this response. All selections and registrations will be done jointly by DRC and community committees comprising of both IDP leadership. Physical verification exercises will be also carried out by DRC staff independently. In addition, DRC has comprehensive beneficiary registration form which captures details of household characteristics and vulnerability indexing. The aforementioned will be conducted in collaboration/coordination with other sectors like WASH, protection clusters and the local authorities. To avoid conflict and delays, DRC will work with beneficiary households and the existing/revitalized IDP leadership structures in place. The communities and their leaders will be involved at every stage of the project to ensure their maximum participation in the activities. Various standards, including the SPHERE Standards and relevant cluster standards, will be adhered to during implementation.

Porteur du projet : Danish Refugee Council

Financement : Nations Unies

Contribution : 250,000.00 $

United Nations Development Group

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