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LACIP

LIVELIHOOD SUPPORT & PROMOTION OF SMALL COMMUNITY


INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT
P P A F
Before & Af ter

Moni tor i ng

LACIP Districts
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Wor kshops

MSP Workshop at PPAF
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Component Interventions
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Communi t y Exposure

Provincial Assembly KPK
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Against all Odds
A Case Study PAGE 10
LACIPs Skill Empowerment
Initiative takes third leap
forward PAGE 2
UPDATE
ISSUE #8/JAN-APR/ 2014
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March 28th 2014, the third batch
consisting of a total of 441 trainees in heavy ma-
chinery, civil surveyors, AutoCad, auto mechan-
ics, auto and civil electrician and other trades
graduated with certifcation from ATIN-NLC.
The primary participants comprised of all the
CEOs of LACIPs Partner Organizations, GM
LACIP, Senior Group Head Public Goods & Ser-
vices PPAF and CEO - PPAF as the Chief Guest
for the occasion. The graduating batch gave tri-
umphant speeches regarding their experience
and expressed their appreciation for
the opportunity provided to them.

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LACIPs Skill Empowerment
Initiative takes third leap forward
LACIP UPDATE
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The Provincial Assembly KPK has unanimously passed a resolution acknowl-
edging the work being done by KfW and PPAF under the LACIP in KPK during its ses-
sion held on April 21st, 2014. This is frst time in the history of the KPK assembly that the
work of an organization has been discussed in an assembly session to widen its scope.
The members of the Provincial Assembly KPK expressed their satisfaction on the development
works initiated through the LACIP and gave their vote of confdence in the Project after seeing the
positive impact it has created in KPK through interventions of various components. The mem-
bers also requested that the scope of the project be increased to other marginalized areas and
more Districts under Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as well to beneft a larger population.

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Provincial Assembly Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
passes Resolution in ackowledgement of
LACIP
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LACIP arranged an exposure trip for 9 community organization (CO) mem-
bers from District Swabi at the Provincial Assembly Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
on January 08, 2014. The purpose of the trip was to provide grass root CO
members with introduction to legislation and to gain experience regarding the deci-
sion making process at the government level which would in turn assist them to con-
duct and carry out the activities of the District Development Forum (DDF) efciently.
The CO members met with their local MPAs and other Ministers of the Provincial As-
sembly who answered their questions regarding the Governments working mecha-
nism and the provision of a platform such as (DDF) which would have a sustainable
impact for COs. The local MPAs and Ministers applauded PPAF on this initiative and ex-
pressed their support and encouragement for future exposure visits which would ben-
eft more CO members. LACIP will be conducting more frequent exposure visits of CO
members in the future whenever the Provincial Assembly sessions take place.
Community Organization members provided
with exposure of Provincial Assembly (House
of Representatives) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
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On January 01, 2014, a meeting was organized by LACIP PMU at PPAF ofce with personnel of Pakistan Di-
saster Management Authority (PDMA) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, RAHA UNHCR, RAHA UNDP, NRSP Now-
shera and Planning & Development (P&D) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The meeting focused on common develop-
ment activities (Sector/District) wise, measures to avoid duplication of resources in District Nowshera, role of
District Development Forum (DDF), developing consensus regarding operational procedures. devis-
ing mechanisms for infrastructure activities, synchronizing ToTs and community trainings with PDMA.
On March 20th, 2014, Ms. Mandy Zeckra - Counsel-
lor, Economic Cooperation & Development, German
Embassy Islamabad, carried out a feld visit to the
District of Haripur along with GM LACIP and the LACIP PMU
team. Ms. Zeckra was shown infrastructure schemes of Drainage
and Sanitation, Pipe irrigation and Link Road in NRSPs Project
Union Councils. Ms. Zeckra met with the Deputy Commissioner
(DC) of Haripur where she was given presentations regarding
LACIP and the beneft of interventions being carried out under
the Project. The DC Haripur also briefed Ms. Zeckra in regards to
the District Development Forum and the positive impact it will
create in the District. At the end of her visit, Ms. Zeckra congratu-
lated the LACIP team and the Partner Organizations working in
the District Haripur regarding the quality and impact
of the interventions being carried out on ground.
Mandy Zeckra of the BMZ at Haripur District
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Coordination Meeting with RAHA UNCHR,
UNDP and PDMA Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
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HELVETAS Consultants on the request of
LACIP contracted Dr. Cordula Reimann
to conduct Confict Sensitivity Project Manage-
ment/Do No Harm training for the LACIP funded
POs, LACIP and PPAF staf. The CSPM/DnH trainer
in association with LACIP/HELVETAS organized
this training event in two parts i.e. Stocktaking
of current confict sensitivity for LACIP districts
in KPK, and conducting a CSPM/DnH workshop.
The purpose of the stocktaking sessions (held in
Peshawar March 25-27, 2014) was to gauge which
methods and tools have previously been applied
by the POs in the context of Confict Sensitivity. The
stocktaking was followed by a 3 day CSMP/DnH
workshop in Islamabad (March 31 to April 2, 2014). A
group of 30 people from LACIP POs, LACIP
and PPAF staf was trained in CSPM/DnH.
LACIP along with HELVETAS organized an in-
teractive workshop on Multi Sectoral Planning (MSP) on
March 10, 2014. The workshop comprised of focal person-
nel from LACIPs Partner Organizations from all 7 Districts.
The Partner Organizations from Districts D.I. Khan, Swabi
and Charsadda shared their learning experiences and the
steps involved in the development of MSP. The POs ap-
preciated the LACIP and HELVETAS teams for the facilita-
tion they provided during the development of MSP. Other
POs were also invited to get acquainted with
the formation and implementation of MSP.
Creating a Confict Sensitive Approach

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Implementing Multi Sectoral Planning

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LACIP Monitoring visits
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D.I. Khan
Buner
Haripur
Nowshera
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Drain and Sanitation
District: Buner
Union Council: Ghurghushto
Community Organization: Sada Bahar
Total Beneficiary Households: 15
Male Beneficiaries: 98
Female Beneficiaries: 102
Total Beneficiaries: 200
Water Lining
Course Linning
District: Charsadda
Union Council: Mandani
Commnity Organization:
Gul Shah Koroona
Total Beneficiary Households : 225
Male Beneficiaries: 3,240
Female Beneficiaries: 3,960
Total Beneficiary : 7,200
Link Road - Bridge
District: Chitral
Union Council: Shisikoh
Commnity Organization: Bayak
Total Beneficiary Households : 225
Male Beneficiaries: 1,800
Female Beneficiaries: 972
Total Beneficiary : 2,772
The Before & After
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Drain and Sanitation
District: Buner
Union Council: Ghurghushto
Community Organization: Sada Bahar
Total Beneficiary Households: 15
Male Beneficiaries: 98
Female Beneficiaries: 102
Total Beneficiaries: 200 GGPS Gomal Kalan
District: D.I Khan
Union Council: Korai
Community Organization: Dhawa
GBPS Aheer Abad
District: D.I Khan
Union Council: Shorekot
Community Organization: Shah Zoor
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Against All Odds - A Case Study
LACIP UPDATE
I would never let something
like not being able to walk stand
in my way of earning bread and
butter for my family. I have big
dreams for them and myself
The story of Safeeh Ur Rehman
is one of struggle and a lot of
heart.
Hailing from the poor District of Nowshera in Khyber
Pakhtunkhwa, Safeeh was adored in his village not
because he wore crutches, but because he drove a
Motor Cycle Rickshaw (Chingchi) and always took his
passengers to their destinations with a huge smile.
Safeeh never let his handicap become an excuse for
not living his life fully.
Barely breaking even with a meagre Rs. 200 a day from
his Chingchi service, it was always with a heavy heart
that Safeeh would go home to his wife and two sons.
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My condition is only of the
body, but my heart and soul is
ready to plunge foward
Safeeh was the frst choice of his fellow community organization
members to undertake the specialized skills training at Applied
Technologies Institute at Dina. He had a plan in place long before
reaching Dina and enlisted in the Auto Electrician course immedi-
ately. His drive was to learn the trade, excel at class, and graduate
with certifcation.
He explained, I came to the training with a purpose, I want to
start up my own Auto Electrician shop on the GT Road Highway, I
wish to keep working for myself but with better fnancial returns,
I know the demand of the market, and I know with that with my
newly acquired skill base and with a little courage I will be able
to make this plan work
Safeeh Ur Rehman is currently enrolled
in the 3rd Batch of the LACIP Skill
Empowerment Initiative at ATIN and
will be graduating in May, 2014 as an
Auto Electrician.
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ASSET
TRANSFERS
AND ASSET
MANAGEMENT
TRAININGS
4,702
COMMUNITY
ORGANIZATIONS
3,404
SMALL & MEDIUM
SCALE PHYSICAL
INFRASTRUCTURE
INITIATED
1,422
LIVELIHOOD TRAININGS
2,439
LACIP PROJECT
PROGRESS till April, 2014
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COMPLETED
913
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HEALTH & EDUCATION
INITIATED
170
COMPLETED
133
COMMUNITY BASED DISASTER
RISK MANAGEMENT TRAINEES
416
FEMALE ASSET TRANSFER
BENEFICIARIES
1,869
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