Carryout stakeholder consultations Lobby for funds from Donors (AFD, KfW, MoWE, WB, Ford Foundation, AfDB et al). Engage with CBOs and Providers of WSS services. Consult and sensitize beneficiaries and stakeholders on anticipated outcomes of the project. Carryout infrastructure works RFP Documents prepared Minutes of consultation meetings MoUs signed with donor agency(s) Procurement plan Feasibility and Inception Reports Interim Reports ‘MDGised’ M&E protocol in-place and institutionalized Safe water chain practices disseminated and practiced in 15 communities (10 rural + 5 urban) Shifts in the Policy Environment particularly in regards to financing regimes in the WSS Sector. Reduced Wat-San related morbidity and mortality in the identified beneficiaries. Increase in the number and depth of financial capacitation instruments in the WSS Sector. 31
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International Fellowship Programme – Uganda Alumni Association (IFP-UAA) Carry out research about what works and how it works in the different target communities and plan to scale up the best practices Establish partnerships in Nutrition and Health and collaborate with them in implementing the proposed interventions Engage in social marketing activities Proposal writing to raise money for the proposed activities Activities and indicators Activities Output Indicators Effect Indicators Impact Indicators 1. Carry out nutrition education and behaviour change communication through disseminating nutrition information using the child health days, immunisation days, the media, community based organisations and others Identified beneficiary communities trained in maternal and childhood feeding Sensitising communities about exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months and the benefits thereof Draft leaflets and design Information, Education and Communication (IEC) materials in different languages to give out to beneficiaries Mobilise good videos and drama shows that depict nutrition interventions Approach radio stations that we can partner with to air nutrition information on a regular basis Carry out KPC studies in the target communities The crucial nutrition topics in maternal and early childhood nutrition covered in the beneficiary communities Leaflets and IEC materials given out in the beneficiary communities. Video shows staged in the beneficiary communities Radio programs airing nutrition information running once a week in the beneficiary communities One KPC study carried on an annual basis in the beneficiary communities Nutrition and feeding behaviours and practices of beneficiary communities improved Results of the KPC studies shared with partners and published 2. Research – carry out both quantitative and qualitative research (including formative, socio aspects surrounding malnutrition) to better identify the gaps, Proposals written, partners approached to
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- Fall '19
- Yoweri Museveni, Uganda Alumni Association