RAP3 Logical Framework

Publish Date: 
June, 2019
Author: 
RAP 3

PROJECT NAME

Rural Access Programme Phase3 (2013-2017)

 

Indicator

Target

Baseline: May-13

May-14

May-15

May-16

Jan-17

Assumptions

IMPACT

Impact Indicator 1

 

 

 

 Number of HH lifted out of poverty as a result of RAP3

 Planned

 

 

 

 

 

Achieved

 

 

 

 

 

Impact indicator 2

 

Number of HH with improved standard of living (SOLI) as a result of RAP3

 Planned

 

 

 

 

 

Achieved

 

 

 

 

 

OUTCOME

Outcome Indicator 1

 

 

Improved incomes and resilience through employment, sustainable access to markets and improved access to economic opportunities in the influence area of RAP (RBG/RMG/other and LRN/KEP)

Number of people benefitting from new roads and maintenance preserving the length of trafficable DRCN over the base line.

Planned

0

0.26m

1.5m

1.75m

2.0m

Political instability does not increase

Achieved

0

0.26m

 2.8m 

 2.8m 

 2.8m 

Limited exogenous shocks to the economy

Outcome Indicator 2

 

Limited shocks due to climatic and other natural disasters.

a. Number of short term jobs created  (50days+pa/HH)*

Planned

 0

250,000 

1,570,000 

2,998,000 

3,543,706

b. Derived  from employment days created by RAP

Achieved

 

258,000 

a.  50 -100 = 3,201
     100> = 1,568
b. 1,503,289

              2,733,625

3,543,706

 

Outcome Indicator 3

 

 

Number of households with increased annual income of NRS 10,000 in of RAP

Planned

0hh

0hh

5,000hh

10,000hh

15,000hh

 

Achieved

0hh

0hh

6,500hh

                    8,200

                  8,200

 

*short term jobs and total employment days created are at the outcome level as a proxy to capture perceived benefits of job creation for which we currently do have reliable and measureable indicators

 

OUTPUT 1

Output Indicator 1.1

 

Assumptions

Improved rural transport infrastructure

Km of DRCN road benefitting from annual asset management programme

 

 

 

Labour based maintenance approach to climate resistant roads is accepted by the community and other stakeholders.

a) under maintenance

Planned

0

                    240

                      2,000

                    2,000

                  2,000

Achieved

0

240

1,986

2,163

                  2,000

b) 12*small bridges - depends on expansion

Planned

0

 

0

0

 

 

Achieved

0

0

 

 

 

 

c) new roads (cumulative)

Planned

 

 

 

 

 

 

Achieved

 

 

 

 

 

 

2.5m wide track opening

Planned

0

40

75

75

92.57

Limited impact of extreme climatic conditions affecting road access.

Achieved

57 

76

88

92.57

3.5m wide track opening

Planned

0

0

40

60

77.64

Achieved

 

 

27

68

77.64

4.5m (full width +remaining structures

Planned

0

0

0

40

67.65

Positive response from transport markets to lowered transport costs.

Achieved

 

 

18

58

67.65

Complete including side drains and bio-engineering

Planned

0

0

0

0

 

Achieved

 

 

 

 

 

d) Standalone indicator of journey reliability - Number and duration of road closures in previous year

Indicator

 

 

 

 

 

 

Output Indicator 1.2

 

 

% of new road infrastructure investment  incorporating required a) DRR b) road safety c) environmental standards

Planned

0

0

25

70

74

 

Achieved

0

0

25

68

74

 

IMPACT WEIGHTING (%)

Output Indicator 1.3

 

 

 % of RAP ARAMP July target achieved by May

Planned

0

9

50

75

100

 

30%

Achieved

 

9

30

83

100

 

 

Source:

 

 

 

 

Risk Rating

RAP baseline and programme monitoring reports and third party verification.

Low

Inputs (£)

DFID (£)

 

GoN (£)

Others (£)

DFID Share (£)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inputs (HR)

DFID (FTEs)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OUTPUT 2

Output Indicator 2.1

 

Local economies have significant latent capacity that can be stimulated by inputs on skills, assets and infrastructure.

Local economic growth

Number of beneficiaries receiving SED support that improves a) livelihoods b) skills  c) market linkage  d) household energy (gender and DAG disaggregated)

Planned

0

10,000

15,000

20,000

 

a. 7,000

a. 10,500

a. 15,000

 

b. 8,000

b. 11,500

b. 20,000

 

c. 3,500

c. 8,000

c. 20,000

 

d. 4,500

d. 7,000

d. 9,000

 

40% women

40% women

40% women

 

20% DAG

20% DAG

20% DAG

 

 

Achieved

0

10,000

16,905

18,403

18,404

a. 7,000

a.   16,905

a.   17,721

a.   17,722

b. 8,000

b.   14,276

b.   15,003

b.   15,004

c. 2,000

c.   5,200

c.   5,515

c.   5,516

d. 4,500

d.   3,777

d.   5,819

d.   5,820

30% women

45% women

45% women

45% women

20% DAG

20% DAG

20% DAG

20% DAG

Output Indicator 2.2

Number of households (communities or schemes) benefiting from SED linked infrastructure investment  a) trail bridges b) renewable energy c) irrigation d) processing & marketing

Planned

0

2,000 (8)

21,000 (304)

32,000 (533)

 

a. 2,000 (8)

a. 15,000 (90)

a. 20,000 (100)

 

b. 0

b. 6,000 (162)

b. 8,500 (350)

 

c. 0

c. 1,000 (50)

c. 1,500 (75)

 

d. 0

d. 1,000 (2)

d. 5,000 (8)

 

 

Achieved

0

 

 

 

 

2,000 (8)

17,780

48,579 (535)

48,579 (535)

a. 2,000 (8)

a.   12,073 (43)

a.   36,124 (94)

a.   36,124 (94)

b. 0

b.   3,517 (283)

b.   5,819 (313)

b.   5,819 (313)

c. 0

c.   1,318 (48)

c.   2,181 (77)

c.   2,181 (77)

d. 0

d.      972 (4)

d.   4,455 (51)

d.   4,455 (51)

IMPACT WEIGHTING (%)

Output Indicator 2.3

Number of private sector service providers engaged by SED in SED clusters

Planned

0

200

600

900

 

20%

Achieved

0

200

540

806

806

 

Source:

Risk Rating

RAP baseline and programme monitoring reports and third party verification.

Medium

Inputs (£)

DFID (£)

 

GoN (£)

Others (£)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inputs (HR)

DFID (FTEs)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OUTPUT 3

Output Indicator 3.1

 

Assumptions

Strengthened institutional capacity  to sustainably manage rural transport  infrastructure

Number of training days for a) government b) private c) other stakeholders 

Planned

0

500

2,400

5,500

                 15,420

Project is able to engage effectively with the local administration.

Achieved

0

200

6,238

                  11,986

                 15,420

Output Indicator 3.2

 

Influence of RMG at the VDC level can be achieved through multi stakeholder engagement at the local level.

% of Annual Social Audit findings conducted at District level showing satisfactory rating increasing year on year. Target is to increase % each year.

Planned

                    -  

                      25

                           30

 

 

Achieved

0

The status will be derived in Sept at district annual review

                           30

                         82

                       82

IMPACT WEIGHTING (%)

Output Indicator 3.3

 

 

a) Central government b) district government and c) private sector CIM scores demonstrate continual improvement towards SWAp compliance.

Planned

TBD

 

 

 

 

 

15%

Achieved

Pilot Dist: 6.22
Core Dist: 3.08
All Dist: 4.45

 

Pilot Dist: 6.73
Core Dist: 5.09
All Dist: 5.77
Central GoN: 4.5
Private Sector: 4.8 (provisional)

Pilot Dist: 7.05
Core Dist: 5.81
All Dist: 6.34
Central GoN: 5.3
Private Sector:

Pilot Dist: 7.10
Core Dist: 6.09
All Dist: 6.52
Central GoN: 5.94

 

Inputs (£)

DFID (£)

Source:

 

Risk Rating

 

RAP baseline and programme monitoring reports and third party verification.

Medium/High

Inputs (HR)

DFID (FTEs)

GoN (£)

Others (£)

 

 

 

PROJECT NAME

Rural Access Programme - Third Phase (2017-2019)

 

IMPACT

Impact Indicator 1

 

Baseline

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

 

Reduction in poverty, vulnerability and exclusion in Western Nepal

Households lifted out of or prevented from falling into poverty by RAP

Planned

Baseline 2014: 0
Midline 2016

 

 

 

Achieved

Midline June 2016: 8,145 HHs

 

 

 

Source

 

Impact study conducted by independent Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) team

               
               

OUTCOME

Outcome Indicator 1

 

Baseline: Feb-17

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

Assumptions

Improved incomes and resilience through employment, and improved access to services & economic opportunities in the rural transport infrastructure area (RTIA) of RAP; with increased policy ownership and capacity over both rural road asset management and social protection by GoN.

a) Number of people living along new road access catchment area* (annual)

Planned

a) 87,700
b) 2,109,000

a) 87,700
b) 2,109,000

a) 87,700
b) 2,109,000

a) 87,700
b) 2,109,000

i. Political instability does not increase

ii. Limited exogenous shocks to the economy

iii. Limited shocks due to climatic and other natural disasters.
iv. High demands for labour based employment in the selected area

v.Targeting systems will be robust enough to ensure that the poor and disadvataged groups benefit disproportionately from the project.

vi. Inclusive approach results in minimal conflict at the local level

vii. Social systems of discrimination can be transformed through awareness to support the realisation of equal wages and opportunities

viii. GoN will fund  for emergency and  recurrent and routine road maintenance costs.

ix. Local governments are committed to SP objectives in Federal Nepal
x. By March 2019 all field level activities will be completed, so targetted HH% started to decrease. MHLR groups will continue working but not included here.
xi. Part of Capacity Development under federalization, PTMP and MTMP guidelines to be prepared.

b) Number of people with access to the maintained network of roads* (annual)

* figures derived from population living within VDCs through which RAP road passes through

Achieved

a) 87,700
b) 2,109,000

a) 87,700
b) 2,109,000

a) 87,700
b) 2,109,000

a) 87,700
b) 2,109,000

Sources:

 

RAP3 management information systems, VDC population

Outcome Indicator 2

 

Baseline: Feb-17

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

Annual number of vehicles using maintained roads in the DRCN

Planned

4.90 million

4.90 million

 '5.50 million

'5.78 million

Achieved

4.90 million

4.90 million

5.50 million

'6.26 million

Sources:

RAP3 management information systems

 

Outcome Indicator 3

 

Baseline: Feb-17

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

a) RAP: % of targeted HHs receiving minimum 80 days/annum employment

Planned

100%

100%

70%

40%

Achieved

100%

100%

100%

40%

Source:

 

RAP3 management information systems, KRDU management information systems

Outcome Indicator 4

 

Baseline: Feb-17

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

i) Capacity development of GoN through RAP:
a) Improved capacity (CIM score) - in a scale of 1-10*
* Measured once in a year during district annual review.
b) % of GoN funding for routine maintenance

ii) Capacity and system development of GoN through TSKEP:
c) % compliant to KEP guidelines (compliance matrix)*
* Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 3 (as per last indicator)

Planned

a) 6.5
b) 13%
c)

a) 6.5
b) 45%
c)

a) '++
b) 70%
c)

a) '++
b) 100%
c)

Achieved

a) 6.5
b) 13%
c)

a) 6.5
b) 46%
c)

a) 7.14
b) 83%
c)

a) 7.14
b) 100%
c)

Sources:

 

RAP3 management information systems, TSKEP management information systems

Outcome Indicator 5

 

Baseline: Feb-17

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

£’s leveraged from third parties to MSME Pilot and enabling environment partners*
*in cash and kind

Planned

0

150,000

300,000

650,000

Achieved

293,467

338,479

                                 579,322

                              643,077

Sources:

 

 RAP3 management information systems

Outcome Indicator 6

 

Baseline

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

Improved commitment to SP objectives through the adoption of key polices in KEP guidelines*

*As measured through the integration of key policies (list 1-x) into the KEP guideline

Planned

0

 

 

 

Achieved

 

 

 

 

Source:

 

 TSKEP monitoring system

INPUTS (£)

DFID (£, million)   =

72.5

GON (£)  =

 

INPUTS (FTE)

 

               

OUTPUT 1

Output Indicator 1.1

 

Baseline: Feb-17

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

Assumption

Development and Sustained Management of Local Road Network (LRN) in RAP3 districts 

Km of roads under RMG maintenance (annual)

Planned

2,100

2,150

2,200

1,970

i) Labour based maintenance approach to climate resistant roads is accepted by the relevant local governments and  community

ii) Limited impact of extreme climatic conditions affecting road access.
iii) Positive response from transport markets to lowered transport costs

iv) Federal GoN continues to fund on routine and recurrent maintenance on the DRCNs in RAP3 maintenance districts and local governments start to pilot such funding.


Achieved

1,944

2,291

                                     2,253

                                  2,135

Source:

RAP management information system, MEL verification, and independent monitoring report

Output Indicator 1.2

 

Baseline: Feb-17

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

Km of new roads constructed*

*Road completion process in stages by:
2.5m trail
3.5m wide
4.5m full width
Construction complete

Planned

2.5m trail: 92km
3.5m wide: 77km
4.5m full width: 67km
Construction complete: 0km

2.5m trail: 93km
3.5m wide: 80km
4.5m full width: 72km
Construction complete: 0km

2.5m track: 97km
3.5m wide: 92km
4.5m full width: 86km
Construction complete: 60km

2.5m track: 97.5km
3.5m wide: 97.5km
4.5m full width: 97.5km
Construction complete: 97.5km

Achieved

2.5m trail: 93km
3.5m wide: 78.90km
4.5m full width: 70.40km
Construction complete: 0km

2.5m trail: 94.9km
3.5m wide: 84.1km
4.5m full width: 77.1km
Construction complete: 0km

2.5m track: 97.5km
3.5m wide: 93.55km
4.5m full width: 90.74km
Construction complete: 60km

2.5m trail: 102.43km
3.5m wide: 102.43km
4.5m full width: 102.43km
Construction complete: 102.43km

IMPACT WEIGHTING (%)

 

Sources:

20%

 

RAP3 management information systems, MEL verification, and independent monitoring report

INPUTS (£)

DFID (£, millions)   =

16.50

GON (£)  =

 

INPUTS (FTE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

RISK RATING

 

 

 

 

 

 

MODERATE

               

OUTPUT 2

Output Indicator 2.1

 

Baseline: Feb-17

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

Assumptions

Increased and reliable pro-poor earning opportunities for RAP targeted households 

Total number of employment days generated (cumulative):
a) in construction (male/female)
b) in maintenance (total days by GoN and DFID funds, with total DFID-funded employment days and % proportion of total in brackets)
c) for SBGs

Planned

Total: 3,543,706*
a) 1,204,963 / 698,565
b) 1,307,590 [1,269,713] (97.10%)
c) 43,944

Total: 3,950,000
a) 1,268,640 / 805,093
b) 1,383,943 [1,308,943] (
94.58%)
c) 200,000 / 3,680

Total: 4,650,000
a) 1,473,622 / 936,404
b) 1,594,823 [1,463,823 (
91.78%)
c) 350,000/6,507

Total: 5,070,000
a) 1,520,646 / 1,000,878
b) 1,760,825 [1,574,825] (
89.44%)
c) 490,000/9,007

i) Project is able to effectively target and employ sufficient numbers of people in the community to participate in road works

ii) People in the community are effectively mobilised and motivated to participate

iii) Able to ensure women can participate in groups

(iv) Project is able to ensure all necesary safeguards required in road maintenance and construction works mobilizing local beneficieries

Achieved

Total: 3,688,150
a) 1,218,031 / 731,449
b) 1,321,048 [1,283,171]
c) 125,465/3,513

Total: 4,061,124
a) 1,340,555 / 813,818
b) 938,140 / 470,040 [1,337,175]
c) 203,986 / 5,941

Total: 5,135,446
a) 1,643,170 / 1,027,931
b) 1,086,231 / 587,691 [1,437,085]
c) 487,274 / 14,505

Total: 5,572,614
a) 1,748,729 / 1,111,443
b) 1,123,091 / 621,387 [1,450,790]
c) 627,380 / 20,440

Source:

*Includes 288,644 (237,979 / 50,665) days created by SED component (no longer included from Feb-17 onward.

RAP management information system, MEL verification, and independent monitoring report

Output Indicator 2.2

 

Baseline: Feb-17

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

Number of RAP targeted households employed per annum in:
a) RBGs
b) RMGs

Planned

a) 6,500
b) 1,600

a) 6,500
b) 1,650

a) 3,000
b) 1,650

a) 1,500
b) 1,471

Achieved

a) 6,500
b) 1,600

a) 6,846
b) 1,650

a) 3,142
b) 1,570

a) 1,500
b) 1,471

IMPACT WEIGHTING (%)

Source:

20%

 

 RAP management information system

INPUTS (£)

DFID (£, million)   =

18.51

GON (£)  =

 

INPUTS (FTE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

RISK RATING

 

 

 

 

 

 

MODERATE

               

OUTPUT 3

Output Indicator 3.1

 

Baseline: Feb-17

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

Assumptions

Institutional capacity & policy commitment to manage LRN assets strengthened

Number of Annual Support plans, as agreed with GoN, successfully delivered (total per year)

Planned

15

15

15

15

i) Project is able to engage effectively with the local administration

ii) Influence of RMG at the VDC (and new rural and urban municipalities in RAP3 districts) level can be achieved though multi-stakeholder engagement at the local level.

iii) Exit  from pilot and core districts ensures sustainable GoN investment in maintenance 

Achieved

15

15

15

15

Source:

RAP management information system

Output Indicator 3.2

 

Baseline: Feb-17

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

Number of person training days delivered for Engineers and technicians at the DDC level* (annual)

Planned

15,420

16,090

16,900

17,800

Achieved

15,731

16,189

17,932

18,433

Source:

RAP management information system

Output Indicator 3.3

 

Baseline: Feb-17

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

Number  of policies/guidelines with influencing agenda developed and delivered (cumulative)

Planned

7

11

15

19

 

Achieved

7

11

15

19

IMPACT WEIGHTING (%)

 

Source:

5%

 

RAP management information system

 

INPUTS (£)

DFID (£, million)   =

3.04

GON (£)  =

 

INPUTS (FTE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

RISK RATING

 

 

 

 

 

 

MINOR

               
               

OUTPUT 4

Output Indicator 4.1

 

Baseline: Feb-17

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

Assumptions

Improved functioning and scaled up markets in RAP3 Connect districts

Number of a) households & b) individuals engaged in pilots and interventions per year

Planned

a) 2,227
b) 298

a) 2,500
b) 300

a) 2,800
b) 600

a) 3,900
b) 1,600

i) Private sector response to market based interventions and incentives promoted by development agencies

ii) Acknowledging that we have surpassed logframe targets CONNECT has extended support to amendment of constitutions to include the 33% reservation and, where possible, promotion of reserved seats for women ahead of elections. We have also worked to advocate for the same 33% reservation on Executive Committees of Municipal Chambers of Commerce and Industry.

Achieved

a) 2,577
b) 353

a) 3,380
b) 838

a) 3,646
b)1,158

a) 3,884
b) 1,596

Source:

RAP management information system

 

Output Indicator 4.2

 

Baseline: Feb-17

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

No of districts with policy reform paper on reservation of seats for women on DCCI Executive Committees (i) drafted; (ii) circulated to executive committees; and (iii) tabled at the AGM

Planned

i) 0
ii) 0
iii) 0

i) 6
ii) 2
iii) 1

i) 6
ii) 4
iii) 2

i) 6
ii) 6
iii) 3

Achieved

i) 5
ii) 2
iii) 2

i) 6
ii) 6
iii) 2

i) 6
ii) 6
iii) 4

i) 6
ii) 6
iii) 5

Source:

 

RAP management information system

Output Indicator 4.3

 

Baseline: Feb-17

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

%. of partners’ workplans which are on time

Planned

0%

30%

40%

50%

Achieved

44%

44%

66%

79%

IMPACT WEIGHTING (%)

Source:

10%

RAP management information system

 

INPUTS (£)

DFID (£, million)   =

9.28

GON (£)  =

 

INPUTS (FTE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

RISK RATING

 

 

 

 

 

 

MODERATE

               
               

OUTPUT 5

Output Indicator 5.1

 

Baseline

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

Assumptions

Demonstrate Environmentally Sound best practice in road construction using optimum combination of labour and equipment based approaches.

Build local capacity to manage road works using labour and equipment based approaches:
Develop handbooks and  training for Municipalities - tested in 2 Municipalities
Develop handbooks and training for Construction Workers - tested in 2 Municipalites

Planned

 

 

Situation analysis and training started in 1 Municipality

Handbooks developed, tested in 2 Municipalities, finalised and published.

i. Similar to Ouptut 1 and Output 2.
ii. Use of handbooks and training materials by programme and beyond, including uptake by Government of Nepal

Achieved

 

 

10 days advanced level excavator operators training completed. Practical session of the training ongoing.

 

Source:

RAP3 management information systems, MEL verification, and independent monitoring report

Output Indicator 5.2

 

Baseline

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

DFID/ IMC MHLR Contract for labour and equopment based approaches                                                                                     Survey and design of MHLR

Planned

 

 

Contract agreed and signed           Survey and design of 67km road completed                           

 

Achieved

 

 

Contract drafted and expected to sign in 2 weeks
Survey and design of MHLR completed

 

Source:

RAP3 management information systems, MEL verification, and independent monitoring report

Output Indicator 5.3

 

Baseline

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

Km road improved                                                                              Km of new roads constructed*
*Road completion process in stages by:
2.0m trail
4.5m full width
Construction substantially complete

Planned

 

 

 Improvement: 0km
2.0m trail: 0km
4.5m full width: 0km
Substantial completion: 0km

Improvement: 4km
2.0m trail: 63km
4.5m full width: 31km
Substantial completion: 23km

Achieved

 

 

 Improvement: 0km
2.0m trail: 7.2km
4.5m full width: 3.52km
Substantial completion: 0km

 

IMPACT WEIGHTING (%)

Source:

10%

RAP3 management information systems, MEL verification, and independent monitoring report

INPUTS (£)

DFID (£, million)   =

2.40

GON (£)  =

 

RISK RATING

INPUTS (FTE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MINOR

               
               

OUTPUT 6

Output Indicator 6.1

 

Baseline

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

Assumptions

Government of Nepal Karnali Employment Programme (KEP) systems & capacity strengthened to deliver social protection through Public Works Programmes (PWPs)

No. of beneficiaries registered on MIS system with corresponding job card (and corresponding % of total)

Planned

0

5,000

17,500

17,500

1. Local governments have access to computers and human resources to be able to use MIS

Achieved

 

 

 

 

Source:

TSKEP and KRDU developed management information system

Output Indicator 6.2

 

Baseline

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

No. of beneficiaries paid through banks through payment systems:

Planned

0

250

600

800

Achieved

 

 

 

 

Source:

 

Output Indicator 6.3

 

Baseline

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

No of people trained on systems/process to help deliver social protection through public works, including targeting, VET, MIS, etc.*:
a) Central level
b) Local level*

* district level upto 2017, local from 2018 onwards (includes gaupalika and province)

Planned

0

a) 20
b) 300

a) 20
b) 400

a) 20
b) 400

Achieved

 

a) 16
b) 383

a)
b)

a)
b)

IMPACT WEIGHTING (%)

Source: 

10%

TSKEP Lesson Learnt report, KEP Review Workshop Note

INPUTS (£)

DFID (£)   =

 

GON (£)  =

 

RISK RATING

INPUTS (FTE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MODERATE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OUTPUT 7

Output Indicator 7.1

 

Baseline

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

Assumptions

Government of Nepal Karnali Employment Programme (KEP) social protection policy objectives supported & strengthened

No. of technical documents relevant to strengthening KEP policy and processes produced and shared for training events and activities for local governments (i.e. health and safety, maintenance, payment systems)

Planned

0

0

3

3

 

Achieved

0

0

 

 

Source:

TSKEP Annual Report

Output Indicator 7.2

 

Baseline

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

KEP guideline reviewed and supported (cumulative)

Planned

 

1

2

3

Achieved

 

0

 

 

IMPACT WEIGHTING (%)

Source:

10%

TSKEP Annual Report

INPUTS (£)

DFID (£)   =

 

GON (£)  =

 

RISK RATING

INPUTS (FTE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MINOR

               
               

OUTPUT 8

Output Indicator 8.1

 

Baseline

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

Assumptions

Independent monitoring, evaluation and learning promotes improved understanding of programmatic and poverty challenges in RAP 3 and generates policy-relevant knowledge

Monitoring, Evaluative Research and Learning reports completed

Planned

 

4

4

4

Use of research findings by programme and beyond, including uptake by Government of Nepal

Achieved

 

 

 

 

Source:

DFID led evaluation of MEL products 

Output Indicator 8.2

 

Baseline

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

Number of community members consulted to provide feedback that informs RAP policy (including survey feedback from impact assessment)

Planned

0

400

0

 

Achieved

 

600+

0

 

Source:

DFID led evaluation of MEL products 

Output Indicator 8.3

 

Baseline

Jun-17

Jun-18

Jun-19

Number of demand driven reviews designed, developed and completed.

a) No. of methodologies designed
b) No. of studies delivered

Planned

 

n/a

a) 2
b) 0

a) 0
b) 2

Achieved

 

n/a

a)
b)

a)
b)

IMPACT WEIGHTING (%)

Source:

10%

DFID led evaluation of MEL products 

INPUTS (£)

DFID (£, million)   =

2.40

GON (£)  =

 

 

 

RISK RATING

INPUTS (FTE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MINOR