Oxfam GB General PPA Annual Review Form, May 2012
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Number of people provided with appropriate humanitarian assistance, disaggregated by sex
Women Men Total
Across the five emergencies, appropriate humanitarian assistance was provided to
55% of whom were women
): 1,645,000 people were provided with access to safe water; 1,464,000 people were directly reached with health promotion; 421,000 people were provided with improved sanitation; 328,000 people were provided with food, cash or vouchers; 90,000 people received livelihood recovery support; and 17,000 people were provided with emergency shelter assistance.
Performance against this output indicator exceeded the annual milestone target. It is, therefore, proposed that the annual milestones and overall target for this output indicator be revised upwards. When the logframe was initially developed, all humanitarian responses were to be included in the sampling frame for random selection. However, a decision was made to only include Category 1 or 2 responses (our largest scale responses) in the sampling frame as rigorous assessment of the (smaller) Category 3 humanitarian responses was not viewed as cost-effective. By their nature, Category 1 and 2 responses affect larger numbers of people and, therefore, by only including these in the random sample, there has been a significant over-performance against the milestone. The proposed changes to the output milestones and target have been included in the revised logframe attached.
Impact Weighting %
The risk that this output indicator is underachieved remains low and the assumptions in the logframe remain pertinent.
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Oxfam Management Information System, Global Output Reporting
Oxfam‘s Performance against the Global Humanitarian Indicator Report
Actual achievement of expected results. Rate A++ to C A+ Output 2: 700,000 people effectively supported to reduce their risk to natural hazards and adapt to current and future climatic variability and uncertainty.
In 2011-12, Oxfam provided support to approximately 1,650,000 people to mitigate risk and adapt to climate change in 38 countries.
Assessment of performance of output and progress against expected results
356,000 people (against a year one milestone of 150,000) were supported to understand current and likely future hazards, reduce risk, and/or adapt to climatic changes and uncertainty.
Due to logistical difficulties in carrying out the assessment in one of the countries, the analysis was only completed in four of the five projects selected, potentially lowering the