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Sector

Sector Specialist
Checked by

PCNA Outcome
State and CSOs collaborating in
Strategic
provision
1
2
Objective:
#1
of services, building
peoples
Responsiveness
trust in
and Effectiveness government and civil society.
of the State and
Civil Society Organizations
Civil society (key
(CSOs)
goals for sector) available and actively providing
services
Strategic Objective: #2 Stimulation of Employment and Livelihood Opportunities (key goals
for sector

So

Social Sector
Mian Sajid Gul (Social Sector specialist)
PCNA Coordinator

Output
3
CSOs organized

SO 1

Youth mobilized for health sector


and employed Average
attendance at tertiary and
Enhanced employability of male and
secondary
female youth in health sector
care hospitals increased from
50/day to 100/
day

Strategic Objective: #3 Provision of


Basic Services (key goals for sector)

SO 2
EHSP Capacity strengthened
Health services community
awareness and media campaign
implemented.
Health services
coverage/utilization
increased
Social Protection Program
established

Strategic Objective:
#4 CounterRadicalization and
Reconciliation (key
goals for sector)

SO3
Interventional program developed to
Reconciliation achieved through address
psychological stress of the affected
population and
life-skills needs.
Radicalization demystified
through the use of psychosocial
care/counseling
SO4

Grand Total :

or specialist)

Activity
4
1

PCNA Activity #

5
Identify and train CSOs on health services promotion.

PCNA Activity Cost @ 65%


6
23,500

CSOs assist in security provision and monitoring.


23,500

Identify boys and girls in high schools in collaboration


with DOE, CSOs or direct contact with parents.

Develop curriculum for first aid, emergency response


and community work training
and apprenticeship modalities.

Identify schools for stipend program via their families


and community groups.

Enroll High schools girls for stipend program.


Provide a menu of options for stipend
recipients for choices in training and employment.

TBAs and Tribal/Family birth attended enlisted.


9

10

11
12

Advertise youth training and employment programs via


FM radio, through word of
mouth

Training youth (male and female) as emergency


response activists, first aid providers
Provide paid apprenticeship program for male youth
three/six months program

13
14
15
16

Training provided to TBAs and Tribal/Family Birth


attendants and provided clean delivery kits
Girls enrolled in midwifery training program
Fourth year students from KPP medical colleges
provided paid internships in DHQ and THQ hospitals

388,000

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

Damaged health facilities reconstructed and


refurbished
Commission newly constructed facilities
Develop health promotion messages for FM
radios
Conduct mothers and child health days at girls
schools
Train FM channels femaleanchors in live reporting
health events e.g..mother child days
NGO hired to design and implement child to child
program
Vouchers for transport acquired
Specialist care made available in
AHQH

388,000
6,249,000

859,000

7,553,000

Conditional Cash Transfers acquired


14,661,000

26

Develop a clear criteria of crisis affected


populations

27

Register local residents, and returnee IDPs

28

Hire psychosocial professional expert to help develo


strategies and methodologies

29

intiate services and evalute

423,500

423,500

15,496,000.000

Activity Cost
Millions

Total Investments

Shortfall / Gap

USD Millions
8

0.012

0.012

0.012

0.012

0.024

0.024

0.030

0.030

0.030

0.030

0.030

0.030

0.030

0.030

0
0

0
0

0.144444

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0.030

0.030

0.030

0.030

FY 2010-11
GoP
ADP
Others
10
13

0.030

0.030

0.030

0.144

(0.115)

0.030

0.030

0.030

0.030

0.030

0.030

0.030

0.030

0.030

0.030

0.388
3.125
3.125

0.144
112.926
87.355

0
0.244
(109.801) 20.94557
(84.231) 43.97016

0.286

0.286

0.286

0.391

(0.104)

0.286

0.286

1.888

1.888

0
0
0

0.182222

1.888

0
0

0
0

1.888

1.888

0.333

1.555

0.333333

1.888

1.888

0
0

0
0

(44.016) 4.707822
(43.699)
229.776- 70.28354

14.661

201.005

(186.344)

0.106

0.106

0.106

0.106

0.106

0.106

0.106

44.122

0.424

44.122

15.496

245.272

Y 2010-11
Total
Foreign Aid
2010-11
Loan
14
17

Investments
FY 2011-12
FY 2012-13
Total
GoP
Foreign Aid
GoP
Foreign Aid
2011-12
ADP
Others
Loan
ADP
Others
Loan
18
21
22
25
26
29
30

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0 0.144444

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0
4.471733 25.4173 34.50047 0.383339
0.028667 43.99882 0.888889 0.009877
0

0 0.182222

0.206 0.002289

0
0
0
10 44.88381 36.02056
0 0.898765 42.45753
0

0
0
0 6.604189
0
0

0 0.208289

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0 0.333333

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

3.151 7.858822

7.2865 0.080961 3.855556 11.22302 5.442689

0 19.59778

7.6514 77.93494 42.88186 0.476465 13.85556 57.21388 83.92078

0 26.20197

Total 201213
33
0
0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0
0

FY 2013-14
Total 2013GoP
Foreign Aid
14
ADP
Others
Loan
26
29
30
33

0
42.62474444
42.45753333
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
25.04046667
110.1227444

FATA ADP 2010 - 2011 (Scheme-wise List)


896 070128-Establishment of FATA branch of Pakistan Red Crescent
Society (Grant in Aid) (Revised).
908 080040-Special Dev: Package covering Education, Health and
Communication Sectors for Prang Ghar backward area of
Mohmand Agency.
1014 100180-Artificial Limbs Production Workshop in FATA.

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7 SP

7 SP
7 SP

A
B

FDWP

(Rs. in Million)

28-Oct-08

15.000

10-Nov-09

56.795
50.000

FDWP

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0.000

6.560

0.550

2.000

0.000

2.000

5.890

0.000
0.000

0.000
0.000

7.387
0.000

40.841
5.000

0.000
0.000

40.841
5.000

8.567
45.000

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238
239
246
249
251
253
257
267
279
282
305
316
327
333
341

(Rs. in Million)
FATA
ANNUAL
DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAMME
2011
12
050139-Capacity Building of Health Sector in FATA.
1 Health
G
A
144.860
060012-Establishment of Comprehensive Eye Care Services
in FATA.
090015-Removal of Deficiencies in AHQs / THQs and Civil
Hospitals in FATA.
100185-Removal of Deficiencies in existing Health Facilities
(Phase-II) in FATA.
100187-Health Sector Reforms Unit, FATA Secretariat.
960162-Global Alliance For Vaccine in FATA.
080008-Purchase of of X-rays films and chemicals for
laboratory in AHQ hospital Khar Bajaur Agency
100060-Rehabilitation of Civil Hospital Nivi Killi Shati Kore
Halimzai, Mohmand Agency.
080063-Rehab: & Improvement work at Agency Headquarter
Hospital Parachinar (GD)
090107-Removal of deficienceis in THQ Hospital Alizai Lower
Kurram, Kurram Agency. (NA-37)

FDWP

21/06/11

30/06/11

24 Health

FDWP

11/04/10

159.857

17 Health

FDWP

15/12/09

167.483

17 Health
24 Health
24 Health

G
G
G

A
A
A

FDWP

05/03/11

FDWP

13/12/10

FDWP

11/10/10

178.927
20.885
90.916

24 Health

ADSC

11/10/08

8.100

17 Health

ADSC

20/09/10

17 Health

FDWP

10/11/09

94.774

17 Health

FDWP

11/10/10

22.124

100069-Removal of deficiencies in Health Facilities in NWA.


080119-Impt: & Rehab: of existing facilities in 8 Nos. Health
institutions in SWA
990099-Re-Construction of Civil Hospital Jandola into Type "D"
Hospital, Tank FR.with 2 Specialities. (Revised)
110069-Improvement, Rehabilitation and Reconstruction of
Existing Facilities in FATA.
110036-Removal of Deficiencies in existing Health Facilities in
Khyber Agency.

17 Health

FDWP

14/02/11

17 Health

ADSC

24/03/09

8.244

17 Health

FDWP

07/06/11

180.967

17 Health

100.000

17 Health

68.000

110317-Rehabilitation of existing BHU Akhurwal, FR Kohat.

17 Health

6.000

110182-Removal of Defficiencies/Rehabilitation and Provision


of Missing Facilities at AHQ Hospital Miranshah, NWA. (Phase
II).
110246-Rehabilitation of 02 Nos CHC at Darazinda &
Khushbani in FR D.I.Khan.

17 Health

21.000

17 Health

4.000

06/04/11

25/01/11

17/03/11

5.000

55.802

349
350

360

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(Rs. in Million)
FATA
ANNUAL
DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAMME
2011
12
0.000
42.220
13.290
0.000
32.931
32.931
56.419
0.000

103.530

13.600

0.000

15.000

15.000

27.727

0.000

104.694

34.497

4.806

23.486

28.292

0.000

0.000
0.000
0.000

0.000
0.000
34.000

66.578
8.927
26.673

2.168
0.000
0.000

20.451
11.958
18.000

22.619
11.958
18.000

89.730
0.000
12.243

0.000

5.400

2.503

0.000

0.197

0.197

0.000

0.000

0.000

1.200

3.800

0.000

3.800

0.000

0.000

14.500

11.638

24.481

11.306

35.787

32.849

0.000

0.000

3.063

8.000

0.845

8.845

10.216

0.000

0.000

13.487

42.315

0.000

42.315

0.000

0.000

1.445

0.741

6.058

0.000

6.058

0.000

0.000

55.551

10.000

16.764

0.000

16.764

98.652

0.000

0.000

0.000

20.000

0.000

20.000

80.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

31.744

0.000

31.744

36.256

0.000

0.000

0.000

3.000

0.000

3.000

3.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

7.000

0.000

7.000

14.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

2.340

0.100

2.440

1.560

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264 050139-Capacity Building of Health Sector in FATA.
090015-Removal of Deficiencies in AHQs / THQs and Civil
270
Hospitals in FATA.
100185-Removal of Deficiencies in existing Health Facilities
273
(Phase-II) in FATA.
275 100187-Health Sector Reforms Unit, FATA Secretariat.
110069-Improvement, Rehabilitation and Reconstruction of
277
Existing Facilities in FATA.
283 960162-Global Alliance For Vaccine in FATA.
080008-Purchase of of X-rays films and chemicals for
286
laboratory in AHQ hospital Khar Bajaur Agency
110036-Removal of Deficiencies in existing Health Facilities in
298
Khyber Agency.
080063-Rehab: & Improvement work at Agency Headquarter
306
Hospital Parachinar (GD)
090107-Removal of deficienceis in THQ Hospital Alizai Lower
309
Kurram, Kurram Agency. (NA-37)
335

100069-Removal of deficiencies in Health Facilities in NWA.

110182-Removal of Defficiencies/Rehabilitation and Provision


336 of Missing Facilities at AHQ Hospital Miranshah, NWA.
(Phase II).
080119-Impt: & Rehab: of existing facilities in 8 Nos. Health
351
institutions in SWA
120125-Removal of deficiencies in AHQ Hospital in Khar,
372
Bajaur Agency.
120064-Rehabilitation/Reconstruction of damaged Health
375
Facilities in Mohmand Agency.
376 120085-Improvement and Purchase of equipment/instrument
and furniture for the existing health facilities in Khyber Agency.
384 120207-Improvement, Rehabilitation and Provision of missing
facilities in existing Health Institutions of Kurram Agency.
120258-Rehab:/Reconstruction of 01 existing CD/CHC in FR
388
Kohat.

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1 Health

24.09.11

17 Health

FDWP

15.12.09

17 Health
24 Health

G
G

A
R

FDWP

05.03.11
13.12.10

17 Health
24 Health

G
G

A
R

FDWP

07.02.12
11.10.10

24 Health

ADSC

24.11.11

17 Health

FDWP

02.01.12

17 Health

FDWP

10.11.09

17 Health

FDWP

11.10.10

17 Health

FDWP

14.02.11

17 Health

ADSC

21.11.11

17 Health

ADSC

24.03.09

17 Health

17 Health

17 Health

17 Health

17 Health

(Rs. in Million)
30.06.11

06.04.11

17.03.11

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175.497

0.000

55.510

43.344

0.000

20.000

20.000

56.643

167.483

0.000

139.191

22.524

2.806

2.962

5.768

0.000

178.927
20.885

0.000
0.000

66.578
8.927

22.991
9.566

0.537
0.000

12.608
2.392

13.145
2.392

76.213
0.000

30.888
110.916

0.000
0.000

0.000
60.673

5.435
32.690

6.500
0.000

0.000
17.553

6.500
17.553

18.953
0.000

20.403

0.000

7.903

2.157

0.000

10.343

10.343

0.000

68.198

0.000

0.000

1.463

66.735

0.000

66.735

0.000

94.774

0.000

26.138

15.943

10.000

5.000

15.000

37.693

22.124

0.000

3.063

1.169

10.000

0.845

10.845

7.047

55.802

0.000

13.487

28.410

13.905

0.000

13.905

0.000

20.000

0.000

0.000

5.800

14.200

0.000

14.200

0.000

8.244

0.000

2.186

0.000

6.058

0.000

6.058

0.000

18.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

9.000

0.000

9.000

9.000

20.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

6.667

0.000

6.667

13.333

46.197

0.000

0.000

0.000

15.400

0.000

15.400

30.797

30.091

0.000

0.000

0.000

10.000

0.000

10.000

20.091

6.000

0.000

0.000

0.000

2.000

0.000

2.000

4.000

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Mapping of inve
Sector
Sector Specialist
Checked by

So

PCNA Outcome

2
The extremely poor and vulnerable
(male and females) who received
Strategic Objective:
assistance unconditional (cash and/or in
#1 Responsiveness
kind) consider themselves better off than
and Effectiveness of
before assistance was provided, have
the State and Civil
better food consumption patterns, spend
society
relatively less on food and can spend
more on education and other basic
needs
Communities have been provided with
Strategic Objective: public work schemes, opportunities; and
#2 Stimulation of
less vulnerable communities are using
Employment and
improved village infrastructures after
Livelihood
gainfully participating in government
Opportunities
provided civil works projects (conditional
cash transfers)
Vulnerable households send their
children (both boys and girls) to public
schools, as well as TVET schools and
Strategic Objective:
consider themselves better off than
#3 Provision of
before assistance was provided, have
Basic Services
better food consumption patterns, spend
relatively less on food and can spend
more on education and other basic
needs

Vulnerable people (women, men, youth)


are rehabilitated through provision of
psychosocial support and social care
services and are taking part in
Strategic Objective: productive vocations through TVET
#4 CounterRadicalization and
Reconciliation

#4 CounterRadicalization and
Reconciliation

Socially cohesive communities are taking


decisions for collective social
development

Grand Total :

Mapping of investements for PCNA


Social Sector
Mian Sajid Gul (Social Sector specialist)
PCNA Coordinator

Output

Activity

20% of the targeted population in


selected areas or beneficiaries receiving
benefits

2
Government civil works projects
implemented
using local labor (women and men both)

3
4

Conditional Transfers provided


(coverage; gender, numbers)

Young men have received life skills,


vocational
and apprenticeship training; and
educational
scholarships; re-integration grants

Social capital built Number of


community organizations including
womens groups formed and trained in
conflict and disaster risk management,
and legitimized by the government

Grand Total :

nts for PCNA

PCNA Activity #
5

Activity Cost @
Gov Total
65 %
Investments
7

USD Millions
8

Targeting of extremely poor and vulnerable (first


three months) Provision of cash and/or
in kind transfers in next six months

Government-sponsored public works

Shortfall /
Gap
9

0.09

40.29

5.93

36.84

19.63

(3.12)

0.23

15.68

31.81

37.85

2.23

95.27

40.378
42.77

Socio-economic community works


16.5165
Skills Training
15.9055
Conditional cash transfers for education and
vocational training

31.811
Conditional food transfer for education
37.85275
Registration of victims of conflict, Provision of social
care service that include ;
I) Psycho social support;
medical support
ii) support to victims of
conflict
iii) Drug rehabilitation
iv) women crisis centers
v) support/protection
centers for children and
women at risk
97.5

Community Mobilization and Empowerment that


also includes;
i) Strengthening capacities of community
regarding Disaster Risk Reduction
ii) Peace and development committees

0.79

0.793

283.527

28.114

255.412

FY 2010-11
Total
GoP
Foreign Aid
2010-11
ADP
Others
Loan
10
13
14
17

Investments
FY 2011-12
Total
GoP
Foreign Aid
2011-12
ADP
Others
Loan
18
21
22
25

FY 2012-13
GoP
ADP
26

0.0444444

0 0.0444444 0.0444444

0 0.0444444

1.1545889

0 1.1545889 1.3542333

0.0011111111 1.3553444 2.3209222

5.8508444

0 0.5223778 6.3732222 5.5555556

0 0.4253555556 5.9809111 6.3333333

0.1227222

0 0.1227222 0.0514667

0 0.0514667 0.0514667

0.5508667

0 0.5508667 0.6941111

0 1.111111E-005 0.6941222 0.4343667

0
7.7234667

0
0
0
0 0.5223778 8.2458444 7.6998111

0
0
0
0 0.4264777778 8.1262889 9.1400889

FY 2012-13
GoP
Foreign Aid
Total 2012-13
Others
Loan
29
30
33

0 1.1022222

3.4231444444

0 0.9444444

7.2777777778

0.0514666667

0 0.5555556

0.9899222222

FY 2013-14
Total 2013GoP
Foreign Aid
14
ADP
Others
Loan
26
29
30
33

0 2.6022222

0
0
11.7423111111

So

PCNA Outcome

1
2
Strategic Objective: Universal basic literacy
#1 Responsiveness and numeracy
and Effectiveness of achieved enabling
the State and Civil citizens to make
society
informed decisions
Key goals for
sector: Ensure that
the education
system is
responsive to the
needs of the
populace

Output

Activity

3
Non-literate school leavers
and adults are provided with
low cost means to learn to
read and write.

4
1
2
3

10

11

12
13
14

15

16
17
18

19

20
21

22

23

24
Parental / community
oversight of school
system strengthened

PTC functioning in KP

25

26
27
Essential education statistics
readily available to
the public

28
29
30
31
32

Education opportunities Inclusion of basic literacy in


impart practical and
skills training
useful skills
Integration of TVET into all
post-primary literacy
and training programmes

33

and training programmes

34
35
36

37

38

39

40
Young adults (15-29
Market-based TVET
years of age) are
programs improved and
equipped with
expanded
marketable skills to
TVET expanded to make it
enable them to enter the more accessible to a
productive workforce
broader range of students

41

42

43

44

45

Education

Strategic Objective:
#2 Stimulation of
Employment and
Livelihood
Opportunities
Key goals for
sector: Prepare a
workforce and
entrepreneurs that
has relevant skills
necessary for
todays and
tomorrows market

46

47
48
49

50

Education

tomorrows market

51

52

Women have
opportunities for
learning
socially-allowable skills
and trades

Short-term skills programs


implemented to rapidly
enable the employment of
out of work youths and
young adults (both sexes)

53

54

55

56
57
58

59

60

61

62

63

Boys and girls are afforded


schooling opportunities
within a reasonable distance
from home (including
madrassas teaching
practical education and
private/public schools)
Strategic Objective:
#3 Provision of
Basic Services
Key goals for

64

65

66

from home (including


madrassas teaching
practical education and
private/public schools)
Strategic Objective:
#3 Provision of
Basic Services
Key goals for
sector: Ensure that
all boys and girls
Boys and girls take
learn essential
advantage of their
skills, values,
schooling opportunities
attitudes, critical
thinking and
problem solving
abilities

67

68
69

70
The educational
opportunities are of such
quality that they are
attractive to parents and
students

71

72

73

74
Teachers are capable of
teaching a new national
curriculum 2006 & 2007

75
76

77
78
79

80

81

82
Students learn with
peace oriented
curriculum and
textbooks and
teaching/learning
materials

Textbooks and
teaching/learning materials
used in schools includes
strong peace messages

83

Students learn with


peace oriented
curriculum and
textbooks and
teaching/learning
materials

Textbooks and
teaching/learning materials
used in schools includes
strong peace messages
84

85
86
Strategic Objective:
#4 CounterRadicalization and
Reconciliation
Key goals for
sector: Ensure that
all Pakistanis value
and appreciate
peace and have a
positive attitude
towards others

87

88
89
90

Teachers implement peace


elements of new curriculum

91

92
Religious education is
peace oriented

93
94
Standardized examinations
cover peace-relevant
and peace-specific topics

95
96
97

98
The population has a
greater awareness of
human values and peace

The populace in general is


informed on human values
and peace

99
100

Grand Total :

PCNA Activity #
5
Assess # of potential candidates (esp. women) in the target group

Activity Cost US$


6
2,000

Advocate for higher budgets for education


Regionally specific awareness campaigns on the value of literacy and its role
in peace, tolerance
Support (NCHD, EEF) in preparing to expand adult literacy centres in
KPFATA.

6,000
48,000

2,000

Review and prepare literacy materials (include ethics & practical component.
24,000

Support (NEF) the expansion of NFBE home school network,-esp. for girls.

2,000

Identify locations for NFBE schools


2,500
Recruit & train adult literacy teachers (w/ peace and practical components).
83,765
Design financial support system for needy children to attend school beyond
primary (particular emphasis on females)

2,000

Survey why parents send their children to madrassa or private schools


200,000
map existing initiatives in the area
1,000
Engage w/ community leaders on female education (recruit moderate
religious leaders)

Advocate for inclusion of literacy in the EMIS data


Training for curriculum writers, textbook authors, etc

2,500
2,500
200,000

Capacity enhancement of NFE providers (particularly planning & logistics)


24,000

Create PTCs in FATA and PATA schools


Begin 6-month adult literacy classes (w/ functional component

8,353
110,000

monitoring/ evaluation initiated simultaneously

Pilot distance learning literacy program (radio, television, dvd, mobile phone,
etc.)
Develop peace-themed media campaign for non and semi-literates

45,000

24,000

24,000

Pilot a scheme for educated persons to tutor an neducated family


member/friend

80,000

Research why teenagers drop out of school and what would it take for them
to stay in school/ complete their education

11,000

Implement financial support system for needy children to attend school


beyond primary

Continue dialogue with community leaders on female education

353,000

2,500

Revise EMIS to accommodate literacy data

12,000

Strengthen and support community education councils


in KP
Evaluate that PTCs in KP, FATA and PATA schools are fully functional and
performing their roles appropriately
Conduct survey to measure change in use of books, literature, media for
enhancing literacy
Continue publishing education statistics
Evaluate initiatives launched in the first year & prepare policy briefs
Conduct survey to measure change in use of books, literature, media for
enhancing literacy
Identify reforms needed based on the survey of why
teenagers drop-out
Prepare material and trainers for skills training (for
neo-literates i.e., those becoming literate by June
2011)

0
0

3,529
0
0
0
0

Begin 3-4 month skills training classes for neo literates (from the first batch of
literacy graduates)
Set up libraries for neo literates
Assess the number of potential candidates in the target groups of grade 8
pass and HS pass

0
0
2,000

Assess market demand for types of employable skills required


2,000
Identify training providers & assess their capacity and capacity needs
2,000
Prepare materials and trainers for TVET training, based on market demand
3,500
Design a stipend/ scholarship system for orphans & children of families that
have lost a wage-earner

2,000

Design a program of financial aid to needy families to send a child to TVET


2,000
Establish demonstration TVET schools
315,000
Develop concept linking TVET to credit
2,000
Map TVET facilities needing rehab/reconstruction
2,000
Reconstruction & rehab. of TVET facilities
6,529,000
Training for curriculum writers, textbook authors,
etc.

Capacity enhancement of TVET providers (particularly planning & logistics)


Assess the capacity & capacity needs of TVET providers

201,000

11,000
5,000

Begin functional literacy courses and TVET


182,500
Publicize results of demonstration schools
2,500

Pilot distance learning program for TVET (radio, television, dvd, mobile
phone, etc.)

Establish a system for needy TVET students to work while attending classes
(PPP)

Develop system for recognition of prior learning as means for


Technical/Vocational certification

Implement stipend/ scholarship system for orphans and children of families


that have lost a wage-earner
Implement program of financial aid for children of needy families to attend
TVET

Implement credit program for TVET graduates


Capacity enhancement of TVET providers (particularly planning & logistics)
Evaluate the short-term skills, stipends, credit and other programs initiated in
the first year, prepare policy briefs
Expand distance learning program Continue scheme subsidizing working
TVET students

Evaluate the effectiveness of mechanisms linking


markets to TVET programs, propose revisions if needed

23,500

167,647

2,500

121,000

607,000

2,735,000
12,000
0

Identify government educational facilities to be constructed or rehabilitated.


2,500
Reconstruction & Rehab. of damaged schools
2,912,000
Implement scheme to motivate teachers to return to work, especially
targeting women

Implement a scheme to motivate students to return to school in areas where


they are not

215,500

45,000

Prepare media campaign for use in schools (TVs, posters, etc.)


24,000
Pilot a program to provide vouchers to children to attend schools where govt
schools are not functioning

53,000

Prepare in-service program for teachers on peace and human values.

2,500

Training for curriculum writers, authors, etc.

201,000

Capacity enhancement of RITEs and in-service providers


12,000
Stock school libraries with peace-relevant works and literature from moderate
Islamic scholars

163,000

Pilot career counselling in middle and secondary schools


59,000
Implement media campaign for use in schools
24,000
Implement in-service program for teachers on peace and human values.
38,000
Develop criteria for peace content in textbooks & TLM
7,000
Capacity enhancement of RITEs and in-service providers
Evaluate motivation schemes targeting students
and teachers
Integrate peace and values modules into regular inservice and preservice
programs

notify requirements for peace content in textbooks & TLM


Review of existing textbooks & TLM for peace content.

12,000
0

0
0
4,706

Initiate preparation of charts, banners, pamphlets, sermons, etc. with peace


messages.

24,000

Recruit heroes to disseminate peace messages (in particular for children)


21,176
Train (pre- & in-service) teachers in peace- oriented lessons
45,588

Initiate a dialogue with the religious schools of


thought/ Wafaq-ul-Madarass

2,353

Develop compendium consisting of cultural &


Islamic teachings on peace & tolerance

Initiate writing and poster competitions based on values.

Training for material etc.

Begin census of nonregistered and mosque schools

Capacity building of Ministry of Religious Affairs


Continue with the activities of peace lessons
Develop textbooks and TLM with strong focus on
peace & tolerance
Follow-up on conference with different religious schools of thought, initiate
discussion of curriculum
reform

Distribute the compendium of peaceful cultural & Islamic teachings

2,353

22,353
201,176

46,353

12,000
37,647
12,000

4,706

4,706

Revise existing educational materials for peace content.


11,765
Distribute media with peace messages.
Disseminate peace messages
Continue in-service and pre-service in peaceoriented lessons

4,706
3,529
45,588

Conclude census of nonregistered and mosque schools


24,000
Continue with the peace promoting activities
0
Begin madrassa and mosque school registration
campaign
Notify requirements for peace content in textbooks & TLM

0
0

16,508,999.000

PCNA Activity
Gov Total
Cost @ 65% (M) Investments
USD
8

7
0.0013

Shortfall /
Gap
9

0.00

0.0039

0.00

0.0312

0.03

0.0013

0.0156

0.0013

0.0016

0.0544

0.0013

0.1300

0.0007

0.0016

2.22

2.23

18.89

7.28

FY 2010-11
GoP
Foreign Aid
ADP
Others
Loan
10
13
14

2.2222222

9.4444444

0
0

6.8773555556
0

(2.22)

(2.21)

0.00

0.00

0.05

(18.89)

0.13

0.00

(7.28)

0.0016

0.4066444
0
0.00

0.1300

0.13

0.0156

0.02

0.0054

0.01

0.0715

0.07

0.0293

0.15

(0.12)

0.0156

0.02

0.0156

0.02

0.0520

0.05

0.0072

0.2295

0.00

0.0078

0.01

(0.01)

0.0023

0.0365444

0.0131889

0.3333333

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0.23

0.78

0.01

0.0016

(0.78)
-

0.00

0.0013

0.00

0.0013

0.0013

0.0023

0.0013

0.0013

0.2048

0.0013

0.0013

4.2439

0.1307

0.0072

0
0

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.20

0.00

0.00

4.24

0.13

0.01

0.00

0.1186

0.12

0
0

0.00

0.0033

0.0016

0
0

0.00

0.0153

0.1090

0.0016

0.0787

0.3946

0.02

0.01

1.8928

0.1401

0.0293

0.0156

0.0345

27.93

9.44

33.493711

3.6111111

9.4444444

0.39

0.0078

155.30

0.08

1.78

0.0016

0.00

0.11

1.7778

(155.30)

(26.03)

0.14

(9.42)

0.02

0.03

0.0016

0.00

0.1307

0.13

0.0078

0.03

(0.02)

0.1060

0.0384

0.0156

0.0247

0.0046

0.0078

1.16

(1.15)

0.0015

0.0316

0.3333333

0
0

0
0

0
0

0.00

0.00

0.0296

0.02

0.0031

0.02

0.0138

0.04

0.11

0.0156

0.02

0.01

0.03

0.00

0.0015

0.00

0.0145

0.01

0.1308

0.13

0.0301

0.01

0.0245

0.02

0.0078

0.01

49.93

0.00

0.0076

0.01

0.0031

0.00

0.0023

0.00

0.0296

0.03

0.0156

0.02

10.731

1.72
-

277.079

0
0

0
0

0
0

59.370578

6.8773555556

(49.93)

0.0031

0.03

0.0078

0.0031

(1.72)
-

266.348-

Total
2010-11
17

Investments
FY 2011-12
Total
GoP
Foreign Aid
2011-12
ADP
Others
Loan
18
21
22
25

FY 2012-13
Total
GoP
Foreign Aid
2012-13
ADP
Others
Loan
26
29
30
33

2.2222222

0.0001111111

2.2294 2.2295111

9.4444444

9.4444444444

0 9.4444444

7.284
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0.0365444

0.1111111111

0 0.1111111

0.0131889

0.3333333

0.2222222222

0 0.2222222 0.2222222

0 0.2222222

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

33.493711 25.6026333333

0 5.1111111 30.713744 31.554622

0 59.538722 91.093344

3.6111111

3.4446777778

0 10.555556 14.000233

0 6.0121333 10.314333

9.4444444

4.3022

0.0316

0.3333333

0.2777777778

0 0.2777778 0.5458556

0 0.5458556

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0.0555666667

0 16.144444 16.200011 0.0004444

0 33.733333 33.733778

0.6111111111

0 0.6111111 1.1111111

0 1.1111111

66.247933 39.7696555556

0 34.040511 73.810167 37.736456

0 99.284189 137.02064

FY 2013-14
Total 2013GoP
Foreign Aid
14
ADP
Others
Loan
26
29
30
33

So

PCNA Outcome

Output

1. Citizens
Fundamental
Rights protected
and
constitutional
protections
enforced
1.1 Protection of
citizens rights
enhanced.
1.2 Active
participation of
civil society and
women groups
Total cost $15m
1. Citizens
Fundamental
Rights protected
and
constitutional
protections
enforced
1.1 Protection of
citizens rights
enhanced.
1.2 Active
participation of
civil society and
women groups
Total cost $15m

1. Citizens
Fundamental
Rights protected
and
constitutional
protections
enforced
1.1 Protection of
citizens rights
enhanced.
1.2 Active
participation of
civil society and
women groups
Total cost $15m
1. Citizens
Fundamental
Rights protected
and
constitutional
protections
enforced
1.1 Protection of
citizens rights
enhanced.
1.2 Active
participation of
civil society and
women groups
Total cost $15m
1. Citizens
Fundamental
Rights protected
and
constitutional
protections
enforced
1.1 Protection of
citizens rights
enhanced.
1.2 Active
participation of
civil society and
women groups
Total cost $15m

1. Citizens
Fundamental
Rights protected
and
constitutional
protections
enforced
1.1 Protection of
citizens rights
enhanced.
1.2 Active
participation of
civil society and
women groups
Total cost $15m
1. Citizens
Fundamental
Rights protected
and
constitutional
protections
enforced
1.1 Protection of
citizens rights
enhanced.
1.2 Active
participation of
civil society and
women groups
Total cost $15m
1. Citizens
Fundamental
Rights protected
and
constitutional
protections
enforced
1.1 Protection of
citizens rights
enhanced.
1.2 Active
participation of
civil society and
women groups
Total cost $15m

1. Citizens
Fundamental
Rights protected
and
constitutional
protections
enforced
1.1 Protection of
citizens rights
enhanced.
1.2 Active
participation of
civil society and
women groups
Total cost $15m
1. Citizens
Fundamental
Rights protected
and
constitutional
protections
enforced
1.1 Protection of
citizens rights
enhanced.
1.2 Active
participation of
civil society and
women groups
Total cost $15m
1. Citizens
Fundamental
Rights protected
and
constitutional
protections
enforced
1.1 Protection of
citizens rights
enhanced.
1.2 Active
participation of
civil society and
women groups
Total cost $15m

1. Citizens
Fundamental
Rights protected
and
constitutional
protections
enforced
1.1 Protection of
citizens rights
enhanced.
1.2 Active
participation of
civil society and
women groups
Total cost $15m
1. Citizens
Fundamental
Rights protected
and
constitutional
protections
enforced
1.1 Protection of
citizens rights
enhanced.
1.2 Active
participation of
civil society and
women groups
Total cost $15m
1. Citizens
Fundamental
Rights protected
and
constitutional
protections
enforced
1.1 Protection of
citizens rights
enhanced.
1.2 Active
participation of
civil society and
women groups
Total cost $15m

1. Citizens
Fundamental
Rights protected
and
constitutional
protections
enforced
1.1 Protection of
citizens rights
enhanced.
1.2 Active
participation of
civil society and
women groups
Total cost $15m
1. Citizens
Fundamental
Rights protected
and
constitutional
protections
enforced
1.1 Protection of
citizens rights
enhanced.
1.2 Active
participation of
civil society and
women groups
Total cost $15m
1. Citizens
Fundamental
Rights protected
and
constitutional
protections
enforced
1.1 Protection of
citizens rights
enhanced.
1.2 Active
participation of
civil society and
women groups
Total cost $15m

1. Citizens
Fundamental
Rights protected
and
constitutional
protections
enforced
1.1 Protection of
citizens rights
enhanced.
1.2 Active
participation of
civil society and
women groups
Total cost $15m
1. Citizens
Fundamental
Rights protected
and
constitutional
protections
enforced
1.1 Protection of
citizens rights
enhanced.
1.2 Active
participation of
civil society and
women groups
Total cost $15m
1. Citizens
Fundamental
Rights protected
and
constitutional
protections
enforced
1.1 Protection of
citizens rights
enhanced.
1.2 Active
participation of
civil society and
women groups
Total cost $15m

1. Citizens
Fundamental
Rights protected
and
constitutional
protections
enforced
1.1 Protection of
citizens rights
enhanced.
1.2 Active
participation of
civil society and
women groups
Total cost $15m
1. Citizens
Fundamental
Rights protected
and
constitutional
protections
enforced
1.1 Protection of
citizens rights
enhanced.
1.2 Active
participation of
civil society and
women groups
Total cost $15m
1. Citizens
Fundamental
Rights protected
and
constitutional
protections
enforced
1.1 Protection of
citizens rights
enhanced.
1.2 Active
participation of
civil society and
women groups
Total cost $15m

Judicial Services
1. Effective,
capable, and fair
criminal and civil
(including land
and revenue)
justice system
accessible by
citizen and
vulnerable
groups (poor,
women, IDPs,
youth and
marginalised
communities)
1.1 Increased
demand for
formal justice by
citizens
Total Cost $10m

Security
1.Effective
provison of
security,
empowered
state civilian law
enforcment
agencies (LEAs)
and provision of
reponsive,
equitable
security and law
and order
services.
1.1 Improved se
curity situation.
Total cost $ 10m

SO-1

SO-1

Prosecution
1. Effective ,
capable and
responsive
prosecution
system.
1.1 Justice gap
reduced to less
than 10%
( number of
convictions
compared to
number of state
prosecutions)
1.2 Number of
cases decided
for want of
sufficent
evidence/recome
nded to be
dropped on
public interest
grounds.
1.3 Security
challanges
countered.
Total Cost $10m.

Correctional
Services
1. Provision of
detention /
prison facilities
complying with
internationally
accepted
standards.
1.1
Detention/prison
facilities inline
with local and
international
standards.
1.2 Use of
probabtion and
parole
enhanced.
Total Cost $10m

1. Effective
non-court
based
compliant
redress
mechanism/s
for reponsive
service
delivery
1.1 # citizens
complaints
submitted and
resolved.
1.2 Public
aware of PGR
and FOI
provisions
Total Cost $
8m
Human Rights
1. Human
Rights
Protected and
access to
justice
increased.
1.1 ROL
institutions

SO-3

SO-3

Human Rights
protected and
access to
justice
increased

Activity
4

1. Adequate and effective legal and


policy cover for the counterinsurgency effort
1.1 Effective legal cover for military
operation provided
1.2 GOP counter-terrorism policy
implemented
1.3 NACTAs operative policy
implemented

1. Adequate and effective legal and


policy cover for the counterinsurgency effort
1.1 Effective legal cover for military
operation provided
1.2 GOP counter-terrorism policy
implemented
1.3 NACTAs operative policy
implemented

1. Adequate and effective legal and


policy cover for the counterinsurgency effort
1.1 Effective legal cover for military
operation provided
1.2 GOP counter-terrorism policy
implemented
1.3 NACTAs operative policy
implemented

1. Adequate and effective legal and


policy cover for the counterinsurgency effort
1.1 Effective legal cover for military
operation provided
1.2 GOP counter-terrorism policy
implemented
1.3 NACTAs operative policy
implemented

1. Adequate and effective legal and


policy cover for the counterinsurgency effort
1.1 Effective legal cover for military
operation provided
1.2 GOP counter-terrorism policy
implemented
1.3 NACTAs operative policy
implemented

1. Adequate and effective legal and


policy cover for the counterinsurgency effort
1.1 Effective legal cover for military
operation provided
1.2 GOP counter-terrorism policy
implemented
1.3 NACTAs operative policy
implemented

1. Adequate and effective legal and


policy cover for the counterinsurgency effort
1.1 Effective legal cover for military
operation provided
1.2 GOP counter-terrorism policy
implemented
1.3 NACTAs operative policy
implemented

1. Adequate and effective legal and


policy cover for the counterinsurgency effort
1.1 Effective legal cover for military
operation provided
1.2 GOP counter-terrorism policy
implemented
1.3 NACTAs operative policy
implemented

1. Adequate and effective legal and


policy cover for the counterinsurgency effort
1.1 Effective legal cover for military
operation provided
1.2 GOP counter-terrorism policy
implemented
1.3 NACTAs operative policy
implemented

1. Adequate and effective legal and


policy cover for the counterinsurgency effort
1.1 Effective legal cover for military
operation provided
1.2 GOP counter-terrorism policy
implemented
1.3 NACTAs operative policy
implemented

1. Adequate and effective legal and


policy cover for the counterinsurgency effort
1.1 Effective legal cover for military
operation provided
1.2 GOP counter-terrorism policy
implemented
1.3 NACTAs operative policy
implemented

1. Adequate and effective legal and


policy cover for the counterinsurgency effort
1.1 Effective legal cover for military
operation provided
1.2 GOP counter-terrorism policy
implemented
1.3 NACTAs operative policy
implemented

1. Adequate and effective legal and


policy cover for the counterinsurgency effort
1.1 Effective legal cover for military
operation provided
1.2 GOP counter-terrorism policy
implemented
1.3 NACTAs operative policy
implemented

1. Adequate and effective legal and


policy cover for the counterinsurgency effort
1.1 Effective legal cover for military
operation provided
1.2 GOP counter-terrorism policy
implemented
1.3 NACTAs operative policy
implemented

1. Adequate and effective legal and


policy cover for the counterinsurgency effort
1.1 Effective legal cover for military
operation provided
1.2 GOP counter-terrorism policy
implemented
1.3 NACTAs operative policy
implemented

1. Adequate and effective legal and


policy cover for the counterinsurgency effort
1.1 Effective legal cover for military
operation provided
1.2 GOP counter-terrorism policy
implemented
1.3 NACTAs operative policy
implemented

1. Adequate and effective legal and


policy cover for the counterinsurgency effort
1.1 Effective legal cover for military
operation provided
1.2 GOP counter-terrorism policy
implemented
1.3 NACTAs operative policy
implemented

1. Adequate and effective legal and


policy cover for the counterinsurgency effort
1.1 Effective legal cover for military
operation provided
1.2 GOP counter-terrorism policy
implemented
1.3 NACTAs operative policy
implemented

1. Adequate and effective legal and


policy cover for the counterinsurgency effort
1.1 Effective legal cover for military
operation provided
1.2 GOP counter-terrorism policy
implemented
1.3 NACTAs operative policy
implemented

1. Adequate and effective legal and


policy cover for the counterinsurgency effort
1.1 Effective legal cover for military
operation provided
1.2 GOP counter-terrorism policy
implemented
1.3 NACTAs operative policy
implemented

1. Adequate and effective legal and


policy cover for the counterinsurgency effort
1.1 Effective legal cover for military
operation provided
1.2 GOP counter-terrorism policy
implemented
1.3 NACTAs operative policy
implemented

1. Adequate and effective legal and


policy cover for the counterinsurgency effort
1.1 Effective legal cover for military
operation provided
1.2 GOP counter-terrorism policy
implemented
1.3 NACTAs operative policy
implemented

1. Adequate and effective legal and


policy cover for the counterinsurgency effort
1.1 Effective legal cover for military
operation provided
1.2 GOP counter-terrorism policy
implemented
1.3 NACTAs operative policy
implemented

1.Provision of support to judicial


reforms
1.1 Judicial system including revenue
courts reformed
1.2 Effective transparent and
accessible monitoring and inspection
function at PHC
1.3 Accessible and responsive
subordinate judiciary
1.4 Gender justice mechanism in
place
1.5 Regular laws of Pakistan and KP
enforced in PATA

1.Provision of support to judicial


reforms
1.1 Judicial system including revenue
courts reformed
1.2 Effective transparent and
accessible monitoring and inspection
function at PHC
1.3 Accessible and responsive
subordinate judiciary
1.4 Gender justice mechanism in
place
1.5 Regular laws of Pakistan and KP
enforced
in PATA
1.Provision
of support to judicial
reforms
1.1 Judicial system including revenue
courts reformed
1.2 Effective transparent and
accessible monitoring and inspection
function at PHC
1.3 Accessible and responsive
subordinate judiciary
1.4 Gender justice mechanism in
place
1.5 Regular laws of Pakistan and KP
enforced in PATA

1.Provision of support to judicial


reforms
1.1 Judicial system including revenue
courts reformed
1.2 Effective transparent and
accessible monitoring and inspection
function at PHC
1.3 Accessible and responsive
subordinate judiciary
1.4 Gender justice mechanism in
place
1.5 Regular laws of Pakistan and KP
enforced
in PATA
1.Provision
of support to judicial
reforms
1.1 Judicial system including revenue
courts reformed
1.2 Effective transparent and
accessible monitoring and inspection
function at PHC
1.3 Accessible and responsive
subordinate judiciary
1.4 Gender justice mechanism in
place
1.5 Regular laws of Pakistan and KP
enforced
in PATA
1.Provision
of support to judicial
reforms
1.1 Judicial system including revenue
courts reformed
1.2 Effective transparent and
accessible monitoring and inspection
function at PHC
1.3 Accessible and responsive
subordinate judiciary
1.4 Gender justice mechanism in
place
1.5 Regular laws of Pakistan and KP
enforced
in PATA
1.Provision
of support to judicial
reforms
1.1 Judicial system including revenue
courts reformed
1.2 Effective transparent and
accessible monitoring and inspection
function at PHC
1.3 Accessible and responsive
subordinate judiciary
1.4 Gender justice mechanism in
place
1.5 Regular laws of Pakistan and KP
enforced in PATA

1.Provision of support to judicial


reforms
1.1 Judicial system including revenue
courts reformed
1.2 Effective transparent and
accessible monitoring and inspection
function at PHC
1.3 Accessible and responsive
subordinate judiciary
1.4 Gender justice mechanism in
place
1.5 Regular laws of Pakistan and KP
enforced
in PATA
1.Provision
of support to judicial
reforms
1.1 Judicial system including revenue
courts reformed
1.2 Effective transparent and
accessible monitoring and inspection
function at PHC
1.3 Accessible and responsive
subordinate judiciary
1.4 Gender justice mechanism in
place
1.5 Regular laws of Pakistan and KP
enforced
in PATA
1.Provision
of support to judicial
reforms
1.1 Judicial system including revenue
courts reformed
1.2 Effective transparent and
accessible monitoring and inspection
function at PHC
1.3 Accessible and responsive
subordinate judiciary
1.4 Gender justice mechanism in
place
1.5 Regular laws of Pakistan and KP
enforced
in PATA
1.Provision
of support to judicial
reforms
1.1 Judicial system including revenue
courts reformed
1.2 Effective transparent and
accessible monitoring and inspection
function at PHC
1.3 Accessible and responsive
subordinate judiciary
1.4 Gender justice mechanism in
place
1.5 Regular laws of Pakistan and KP
enforced in PATA

1.Provision of support to judicial


reforms
1.1 Judicial system including revenue
courts reformed
1.2 Effective transparent and
accessible monitoring and inspection
function at PHC
1.3 Accessible and responsive
subordinate judiciary
1.4 Gender justice mechanism in
place
1.5 Regular laws of Pakistan and KP
enforced
in PATA
1.Provision
of support to judicial
reforms
1.1 Judicial system including revenue
courts reformed
1.2 Effective transparent and
accessible monitoring and inspection
function at PHC
1.3 Accessible and responsive
subordinate judiciary
1.4 Gender justice mechanism in
place
1.5 Regular laws of Pakistan and KP
enforced
in PATA
1.Provision
of support to judicial
reforms
1.1 Judicial system including revenue
courts reformed
1.2 Effective transparent and
accessible monitoring and inspection
function at PHC
1.3 Accessible and responsive
subordinate judiciary
1.4 Gender justice mechanism in
place
1.5 Regular laws of Pakistan and KP
enforced
in PATA
1.Provision
of support to judicial
reforms
1.1 Judicial system including revenue
courts reformed
1.2 Effective transparent and
accessible monitoring and inspection
function at PHC
1.3 Accessible and responsive
subordinate judiciary
1.4 Gender justice mechanism in
place
1.5 Regular laws of Pakistan and KP
enforced in PATA

1.Provision of support to judicial


reforms
1.1 Judicial system including revenue
courts reformed
1.2 Effective transparent and
accessible monitoring and inspection
function at PHC
1.3 Accessible and responsive
subordinate judiciary
1.4 Gender justice mechanism in
place
1.5 Regular laws of Pakistan and KP
enforced
in PATA
1.Provision
of support to judicial
reforms
1.1 Judicial system including revenue
courts reformed
1.2 Effective transparent and
accessible monitoring and inspection
function at PHC
1.3 Accessible and responsive
subordinate judiciary
1.4 Gender justice mechanism in
place
1.5 Regular laws of Pakistan and KP
enforced
in PATA
1.Provision
of support to judicial
reforms
1.1 Judicial system including revenue
courts reformed
1.2 Effective transparent and
accessible monitoring and inspection
function at PHC
1.3 Accessible and responsive
subordinate judiciary
1.4 Gender justice mechanism in
place
1.5 Regular laws of Pakistan and KP
enforced
in PATA
1.Provision
of support to judicial
reforms
1.1 Judicial system including revenue
courts reformed
1.2 Effective transparent and
accessible monitoring and inspection
function at PHC
1.3 Accessible and responsive
subordinate judiciary
1.4 Gender justice mechanism in
place
1.5 Regular laws of Pakistan and KP
enforced in PATA

1. Capacity enhanced for security


policy, coordination, and law
and order led by State civilian
LEAs and enhanced security
mechanisms at local level
1.1 NACTA operationalized
1.2 Adequately resourced
investigation centres/units
with effective forensics
capacity operationalized in all
districts
1.3 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
security challenges)
1.4 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
human trafficking and money
laundering)
1.5 No. Of personnel in civil LEA
including youth and female
increased
1.6 Police-population ratio in
conflict ridden areas
improved
1.7 Electronic communications
effectively regulated
1.8 Community policing
institutionalized

1. Capacity enhanced for security


policy, coordination, and law
and order led by State civilian
LEAs and enhanced security
mechanisms at local level
1.1 NACTA operationalized
1.2 Adequately resourced
investigation centres/units
with effective forensics
capacity operationalized in all
districts
1.3 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
security challenges)
1.4 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
human trafficking and money
laundering)
1.5 No. Of personnel in civil LEA
including youth and female
increased
1.6 Police-population ratio in
conflict ridden areas
improved
1.7 Electronic communications
effectively regulated
1.8 Community policing
institutionalized

1. Capacity enhanced for security


policy, coordination, and law
and order led by State civilian
LEAs and enhanced security
mechanisms at local level
1.1 NACTA operationalized
1.2 Adequately resourced
investigation centres/units
with effective forensics
capacity operationalized in all
districts
1.3 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
security challenges)
1.4 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
human trafficking and money
laundering)
1.5 No. Of personnel in civil LEA
including youth and female
increased
1.6 Police-population ratio in
conflict ridden areas
improved
1.7 Electronic communications
effectively regulated
1.8 Community policing
institutionalized

1. Capacity enhanced for security


policy, coordination, and law
and order led by State civilian
LEAs and enhanced security
mechanisms at local level
1.1 NACTA operationalized
1.2 Adequately resourced
investigation centres/units
with effective forensics
capacity operationalized in all
districts
1.3 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
security challenges)
1.4 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
human trafficking and money
laundering)
1.5 No. Of personnel in civil LEA
including youth and female
increased
1.6 Police-population ratio in
conflict ridden areas
improved
1.7 Electronic communications
effectively regulated
1.8 Community policing
institutionalized

1. Capacity enhanced for security


policy, coordination, and law
and order led by State civilian
LEAs and enhanced security
mechanisms at local level
1.1 NACTA operationalized
1.2 Adequately resourced
investigation centres/units
with effective forensics
capacity operationalized in all
districts
1.3 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
security challenges)
1.4 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
human trafficking and money
laundering)
1.5 No. Of personnel in civil LEA
including youth and female
increased
1.6 Police-population ratio in
conflict ridden areas
improved
1.7 Electronic communications
effectively regulated
1.8 Community policing
institutionalized

1. Capacity enhanced for security


policy, coordination, and law
and order led by State civilian
LEAs and enhanced security
mechanisms at local level
1.1 NACTA operationalized
1.2 Adequately resourced
investigation centres/units
with effective forensics
capacity operationalized in all
districts
1.3 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
security challenges)
1.4 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
human trafficking and money
laundering)
1.5 No. Of personnel in civil LEA
including youth and female
increased
1.6 Police-population ratio in
conflict ridden areas
improved
1.7 Electronic communications
effectively regulated
1.8 Community policing
institutionalized

1. Capacity enhanced for security


policy, coordination, and law
and order led by State civilian
LEAs and enhanced security
mechanisms at local level
1.1 NACTA operationalized
1.2 Adequately resourced
investigation centres/units
with effective forensics
capacity operationalized in all
districts
1.3 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
security challenges)
1.4 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
human trafficking and money
laundering)
1.5 No. Of personnel in civil LEA
including youth and female
increased
1.6 Police-population ratio in
conflict ridden areas
improved
1.7 Electronic communications
effectively regulated
1.8 Community policing
institutionalized

1. Capacity enhanced for security


policy, coordination, and law
and order led by State civilian
LEAs and enhanced security
mechanisms at local level
1.1 NACTA operationalized
1.2 Adequately resourced
investigation centres/units
with effective forensics
capacity operationalized in all
districts
1.3 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
security challenges)
1.4 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
human trafficking and money
laundering)
1.5 No. Of personnel in civil LEA
including youth and female
increased
1.6 Police-population ratio in
conflict ridden areas
improved
1.7 Electronic communications
effectively regulated
1.8 Community policing
institutionalized

1. Capacity enhanced for security


policy, coordination, and law
and order led by State civilian
LEAs and enhanced security
mechanisms at local level
1.1 NACTA operationalized
1.2 Adequately resourced
investigation centres/units
with effective forensics
capacity operationalized in all
districts
1.3 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
security challenges)
1.4 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
human trafficking and money
laundering)
1.5 No. Of personnel in civil LEA
including youth and female
increased
1.6 Police-population ratio in
conflict ridden areas
improved
1.7 Electronic communications
effectively regulated
1.8 Community policing
institutionalized

1. Capacity enhanced for security


policy, coordination, and law
and order led by State civilian
LEAs and enhanced security
mechanisms at local level
1.1 NACTA operationalized
1.2 Adequately resourced
investigation centres/units
with effective forensics
capacity operationalized in all
districts
1.3 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
security challenges)
1.4 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
human trafficking and money
laundering)
1.5 No. Of personnel in civil LEA
including youth and female
increased
1.6 Police-population ratio in
conflict ridden areas
improved
1.7 Electronic communications
effectively regulated
1.8 Community policing
institutionalized

1. Capacity enhanced for security


policy, coordination, and law
and order led by State civilian
LEAs and enhanced security
mechanisms at local level
1.1 NACTA operationalized
1.2 Adequately resourced
investigation centres/units
with effective forensics
capacity operationalized in all
districts
1.3 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
security challenges)
1.4 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
human trafficking and money
laundering)
1.5 No. Of personnel in civil LEA
including youth and female
increased
1.6 Police-population ratio in
conflict ridden areas
improved
1.7 Electronic communications
effectively regulated
1.8 Community policing
institutionalized

1. Capacity enhanced for security


policy, coordination, and law
and order led by State civilian
LEAs and enhanced security
mechanisms at local level
1.1 NACTA operationalized
1.2 Adequately resourced
investigation centres/units
with effective forensics
capacity operationalized in all
districts
1.3 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
security challenges)
1.4 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
human trafficking and money
laundering)
1.5 No. Of personnel in civil LEA
including youth and female
increased
1.6 Police-population ratio in
conflict ridden areas
improved
1.7 Electronic communications
effectively regulated
1.8 Community policing
institutionalized

1. Capacity enhanced for security


policy, coordination, and law
and order led by State civilian
LEAs and enhanced security
mechanisms at local level
1.1 NACTA operationalized
1.2 Adequately resourced
investigation centres/units
with effective forensics
capacity operationalized in all
districts
1.3 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
security challenges)
1.4 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
human trafficking and money
laundering)
1.5 No. Of personnel in civil LEA
including youth and female
increased
1.6 Police-population ratio in
conflict ridden areas
improved
1.7 Electronic communications
effectively regulated
1.8 Community policing
institutionalized

1. Capacity enhanced for security


policy, coordination, and law
and order led by State civilian
LEAs and enhanced security
mechanisms at local level
1.1 NACTA operationalized
1.2 Adequately resourced
investigation centres/units
with effective forensics
capacity operationalized in all
districts
1.3 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
security challenges)
1.4 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
human trafficking and money
laundering)
1.5 No. Of personnel in civil LEA
including youth and female
increased
1.6 Police-population ratio in
conflict ridden areas
improved
1.7 Electronic communications
effectively regulated
1.8 Community policing
institutionalized

1. Capacity enhanced for security


policy, coordination, and law
and order led by State civilian
LEAs and enhanced security
mechanisms at local level
1.1 NACTA operationalized
1.2 Adequately resourced
investigation centres/units
with effective forensics
capacity operationalized in all
districts
1.3 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
security challenges)
1.4 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
human trafficking and money
laundering)
1.5 No. Of personnel in civil LEA
including youth and female
increased
1.6 Police-population ratio in
conflict ridden areas
improved
1.7 Electronic communications
effectively regulated
1.8 Community policing
institutionalized

1. Capacity enhanced for security


policy, coordination, and law
and order led by State civilian
LEAs and enhanced security
mechanisms at local level
1.1 NACTA operationalized
1.2 Adequately resourced
investigation centres/units
with effective forensics
capacity operationalized in all
districts
1.3 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
security challenges)
1.4 Civil LEAs capacity enhanced
(to effectively counter
human trafficking and money
laundering)
1.5 No. Of personnel in civil LEA
including youth and female
increased
1.6 Police-population ratio in
conflict ridden areas
improved
1.7 Electronic communications
effectively regulated
1.8 Community policing
institutionalized

1.Criminal prosecution service


law reviewed and
organizational, human and
technical capacities enhanced
1.1 Code of conduct and Manual
of training for Prosecutors
developed
1.2 No. Of trained prosecutors
enhanced
1.3 Operational independent
monitoring service for
prosecution services
operationalized
1.4 Training facility for
prosecutors operationalized

1.Criminal prosecution service


law reviewed and
organizational, human and
technical capacities enhanced
1.1 Code of conduct and Manual
of training for Prosecutors
developed
1.2 No. Of trained prosecutors
enhanced
1.3 Operational independent
monitoring service for
prosecution services
operationalized
1.4 Training facility for
prosecutors operationalized

1.Criminal prosecution service


law reviewed and
organizational, human and
technical capacities enhanced
1.1 Code of conduct and Manual
of training for Prosecutors
developed
1.2 No. Of trained prosecutors
enhanced
1.3 Operational independent
monitoring service for
prosecution services
operationalized
1.4 Training facility for
prosecutors operationalized

1.Criminal prosecution service


law reviewed and
organizational, human and
technical capacities enhanced
1.1 Code of conduct and Manual
of training for Prosecutors
developed
1.2 No. Of trained prosecutors
enhanced
1.3 Operational independent
monitoring service for
prosecution services
operationalized
1.4 Training facility for
prosecutors operationalized

1.Criminal prosecution service


law reviewed and
organizational, human and
technical capacities enhanced
1.1 Code of conduct and Manual
of training for Prosecutors
developed
1.2 No. Of trained prosecutors
enhanced
1.3 Operational independent
monitoring service for
prosecution services
operationalized
1.4 Training facility for
prosecutors operationalized

1.Criminal prosecution service


law reviewed and
organizational, human and
technical capacities enhanced
1.1 Code of conduct and Manual
of training for Prosecutors
developed
1.2 No. Of trained prosecutors
enhanced
1.3 Operational independent
monitoring service for
prosecution services
operationalized
1.4 Training facility for
prosecutors operationalized

1.Criminal prosecution service


law reviewed and
organizational, human and
technical capacities enhanced
1.1 Code of conduct and Manual
of training for Prosecutors
developed
1.2 No. Of trained prosecutors
enhanced
1.3 Operational independent
monitoring service for
prosecution services
operationalized
1.4 Training facility for
prosecutors operationalized

1.Criminal prosecution service


law reviewed and
organizational, human and
technical capacities enhanced
1.1 Code of conduct and Manual
of training for Prosecutors
developed
1.2 No. Of trained prosecutors
enhanced
1.3 Operational independent
monitoring service for
prosecution services
operationalized
1.4 Training facility for
prosecutors operationalized

1.Criminal prosecution service


law reviewed and
organizational, human and
technical capacities enhanced
1.1 Code of conduct and Manual
of training for Prosecutors
developed
1.2 No. Of trained prosecutors
enhanced
1.3 Operational independent
monitoring service for
prosecution services
operationalized
1.4 Training facility for
prosecutors operationalized

1.Criminal prosecution service


law reviewed and
organizational, human and
technical capacities enhanced
1.1 Code of conduct and Manual
of training for Prosecutors
developed
1.2 No. Of trained prosecutors
enhanced
1.3 Operational independent
monitoring service for
prosecution services
operationalized
1.4 Training facility for
prosecutors operationalized

1.Criminal prosecution service


law reviewed and
organizational, human and
technical capacities enhanced
1.1 Code of conduct and Manual
of training for Prosecutors
developed
1.2 No. Of trained prosecutors
enhanced
1.3 Operational independent
monitoring service for
prosecution services
operationalized
1.4 Training facility for
prosecutors operationalized

1.Criminal prosecution service


law reviewed and
organizational, human and
technical capacities enhanced
1.1 Code of conduct and Manual
of training for Prosecutors
developed
1.2 No. Of trained prosecutors
enhanced
1.3 Operational independent
monitoring service for
prosecution services
operationalized
1.4 Training facility for
prosecutors operationalized

1.Criminal prosecution service


law reviewed and
organizational, human and
technical capacities enhanced
1.1 Code of conduct and Manual
of training for Prosecutors
developed
1.2 No. Of trained prosecutors
enhanced
1.3 Operational independent
monitoring service for
prosecution services
operationalized
1.4 Training facility for
prosecutors operationalized

1.Criminal prosecution service


law reviewed and
organizational, human and
technical capacities enhanced
1.1 Code of conduct and Manual
of training for Prosecutors
developed
1.2 No. Of trained prosecutors
enhanced
1.3 Operational independent
monitoring service for
prosecution services
operationalized
1.4 Training facility for
prosecutors operationalized

1.Criminal prosecution service


law reviewed and
organizational, human and
technical capacities enhanced
1.1 Code of conduct and Manual
of training for Prosecutors
developed
1.2 No. Of trained prosecutors
enhanced
1.3 Operational independent
monitoring service for
prosecution services
operationalized
1.4 Training facility for
prosecutors operationalized

1.Criminal prosecution service


law reviewed and
organizational, human and
technical capacities enhanced
1.1 Code of conduct and Manual
of training for Prosecutors
developed
1.2 No. Of trained prosecutors
enhanced
1.3 Operational independent
monitoring service for
prosecution services
operationalized
1.4 Training facility for
prosecutors operationalized

1.Prison System capacity


strengthened.
1.1 Prison legislative framework
updated
1.2 Policy on non-custodial
sentencing adopted
1.3 An independent monitoring
service for prisons reporting to
the Provincial Assembly
operationalized
1.4 Reduced no. of under trial
prisoners (UTPs)
1.5 Segregated detentions and
prisons
1.6 Increased use of probation
and parole

1.Prison System capacity


strengthened.
1.1 Prison legislative framework
updated
1.2 Policy on non-custodial
sentencing adopted
1.3 An independent monitoring
service for prisons reporting to
the Provincial Assembly
operationalized
1.4 Reduced no. of under trial
prisoners (UTPs)
1.5 Segregated detentions and
prisons
1.6 Increased use of probation
and parole

1.Prison System capacity


strengthened.
1.1 Prison legislative framework
updated
1.2 Policy on non-custodial
sentencing adopted
1.3 An independent monitoring
service for prisons reporting to
the Provincial Assembly
operationalized
1.4 Reduced no. of under trial
prisoners (UTPs)
1.5 Segregated detentions and
prisons
1.6 Increased use of probation
and parole
1.Prison System capacity
strengthened.
1.1 Prison legislative framework
updated
1.2 Policy on non-custodial
sentencing adopted
1.3 An independent monitoring
service for prisons reporting to
the Provincial Assembly
operationalized
1.4 Reduced no. of under trial
prisoners (UTPs)
1.5 Segregated detentions and
prisons
1.6 Increased use of probation
and parole

1.Prison System capacity


strengthened.
1.1 Prison legislative framework
updated
1.2 Policy on non-custodial
sentencing adopted
1.3 An independent monitoring
service for prisons reporting to
the Provincial Assembly
operationalized
1.4 Reduced no. of under trial
prisoners (UTPs)
1.5 Segregated detentions and
prisons
1.6 Increased use of probation
and parole
1.Prison System capacity
strengthened.
1.1 Prison legislative framework
updated
1.2 Policy on non-custodial
sentencing adopted
1.3 An independent monitoring
service for prisons reporting to
the Provincial Assembly
operationalized
1.4 Reduced no. of under trial
prisoners (UTPs)
1.5 Segregated detentions and
prisons
1.6 Increased use of probation
and parole

1.Prison System capacity


strengthened.
1.1 Prison legislative framework
updated
1.2 Policy on non-custodial
sentencing adopted
1.3 An independent monitoring
service for prisons reporting to
the Provincial Assembly
operationalized
1.4 Reduced no. of under trial
prisoners (UTPs)
1.5 Segregated detentions and
prisons
1.6 Increased use of probation
and parole
1.Prison System capacity
strengthened.
1.1 Prison legislative framework
updated
1.2 Policy on non-custodial
sentencing adopted
1.3 An independent monitoring
service for prisons reporting to
the Provincial Assembly
operationalized
1.4 Reduced no. of under trial
prisoners (UTPs)
1.5 Segregated detentions and
prisons
1.6 Increased use of probation
and parole

1.Prison System capacity


strengthened.
1.1 Prison legislative framework
updated
1.2 Policy on non-custodial
sentencing adopted
1.3 An independent monitoring
service for prisons reporting to
the Provincial Assembly
operationalized
1.4 Reduced no. of under trial
prisoners (UTPs)
1.5 Segregated detentions and
prisons
1.6 Increased use of probation
and parole
1.Prison System capacity
strengthened.
1.1 Prison legislative framework
updated
1.2 Policy on non-custodial
sentencing adopted
1.3 An independent monitoring
service for prisons reporting to
the Provincial Assembly
operationalized
1.4 Reduced no. of under trial
prisoners (UTPs)
1.5 Segregated detentions and
prisons
1.6 Increased use of probation
and parole

1.Prison System capacity


strengthened.
1.1 Prison legislative framework
updated
1.2 Policy on non-custodial
sentencing adopted
1.3 An independent monitoring
service for prisons reporting to
the Provincial Assembly
operationalized
1.4 Reduced no. of under trial
prisoners (UTPs)
1.5 Segregated detentions and
prisons
1.6 Increased use of probation
and parole
1.Prison System capacity
strengthened.
1.1 Prison legislative framework
updated
1.2 Policy on non-custodial
sentencing adopted
1.3 An independent monitoring
service for prisons reporting to
the Provincial Assembly
operationalized
1.4 Reduced no. of under trial
prisoners (UTPs)
1.5 Segregated detentions and
prisons
1.6 Increased use of probation
and parole

1.Prison System capacity


strengthened.
1.1 Prison legislative framework
updated
1.2 Policy on non-custodial
sentencing adopted
1.3 An independent monitoring
service for prisons reporting to
the Provincial Assembly
operationalized
1.4 Reduced no. of under trial
prisoners (UTPs)
1.5 Segregated detentions and
prisons
1.6 Increased use of probation
and parole
1.Prison System capacity
strengthened.
1.1 Prison legislative framework
updated
1.2 Policy on non-custodial
sentencing adopted
1.3 An independent monitoring
service for prisons reporting to
the Provincial Assembly
operationalized
1.4 Reduced no. of under trial
prisoners (UTPs)
1.5 Segregated detentions and
prisons
1.6 Increased use of probation
and parole

1.Prison System capacity


strengthened.
1.1 Prison legislative framework
updated
1.2 Policy on non-custodial
sentencing adopted
1.3 An independent monitoring
service for prisons reporting to
the Provincial Assembly
operationalized
1.4 Reduced no. of under trial
prisoners (UTPs)
1.5 Segregated detentions and
prisons
1.6 Increased use of probation
and parole
1.Prison System capacity
strengthened.
1.1 Prison legislative framework
updated
1.2 Policy on non-custodial
sentencing adopted
1.3 An independent monitoring
service for prisons reporting to
the Provincial Assembly
operationalized
1.4 Reduced no. of under trial
prisoners (UTPs)
1.5 Segregated detentions and
prisons
1.6 Increased use of probation
and parole

1. Establishment of an effective
oversight mechanism of PGR and FOI
rights and provisions and review
public grievance redress (PGR) Law
1.1 Civic and executive oversight
mechanisms operationalized
1.2 Number of citizens applications
under FOI laws enhanced
1.3 FOI implemented
1.4 Public awareness campaign on
PGR and FOI implemented
1.5 Ombudsman officers for Levies
& Security (FATA) and Police &
Security (KP) operationalized
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens
levels.
1.1 Fundamental and human right
protection mechanism/s
operationalized
1.2 Legal aid services
operationalized
1.3 Para-legal network/s
developed
1.4 Capacity of informal system

1. Establishment of an effective
oversight mechanism of PGR and FOI
rights and provisions and review
public grievance redress (PGR) Law
1.1 Civic and executive oversight
mechanisms operationalized
1.2 Number of citizens applications
under FOI laws enhanced
1.3 FOI implemented
1.4 Public awareness campaign on
PGR and FOI implemented
1.5 Ombudsman officers for Levies
& Security (FATA) and Police &
Security (KP) operationalized
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens
levels.
1.1 Fundamental and human right
protection mechanism/s
operationalized
1.2 Legal aid services
operationalized
1.3 Para-legal network/s
developed
1.4 Capacity of informal system

1. Establishment of an effective
oversight mechanism of PGR and FOI
rights and provisions and review
public grievance redress (PGR) Law
1.1 Civic and executive oversight
mechanisms operationalized
1.2 Number of citizens applications
under FOI laws enhanced
1.3 FOI implemented
1.4 Public awareness campaign on
PGR and FOI implemented
1.5 Ombudsman officers for Levies
& Security (FATA) and Police &
Security (KP) operationalized
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens
levels.
1.1 Fundamental and human right
protection mechanism/s
operationalized
1.2 Legal aid services
operationalized
1.3 Para-legal network/s
developed
1.4 Capacity of informal system

1. Establishment of an effective
oversight mechanism of PGR and FOI
rights and provisions and review
public grievance redress (PGR) Law
1.1 Civic and executive oversight
mechanisms operationalized
1.2 Number of citizens applications
under FOI laws enhanced
1.3 FOI implemented
1.4 Public awareness campaign on
PGR and FOI implemented
1.5 Ombudsman officers for Levies
& Security (FATA) and Police &
Security (KP) operationalized
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens
levels.
1.1 Fundamental and human right
protection mechanism/s
operationalized
1.2 Legal aid services
operationalized
1.3 Para-legal network/s
developed
1.4 Capacity of informal system

1. Establishment of an effective
oversight mechanism of PGR and FOI
rights and provisions and review
public grievance redress (PGR) Law
1.1 Civic and executive oversight
mechanisms operationalized
1.2 Number of citizens applications
under FOI laws enhanced
1.3 FOI implemented
1.4 Public awareness campaign on
PGR and FOI implemented
1.5 Ombudsman officers for Levies
& Security (FATA) and Police &
Security (KP) operationalized
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens
levels.
1.1 Fundamental and human right
protection mechanism/s
operationalized
1.2 Legal aid services
operationalized
1.3 Para-legal network/s
developed
1.4 Capacity of informal system

1. Establishment of an effective
oversight mechanism of PGR and FOI
rights and provisions and review
public grievance redress (PGR) Law
1.1 Civic and executive oversight
mechanisms operationalized
1.2 Number of citizens applications
under FOI laws enhanced
1.3 FOI implemented
1.4 Public awareness campaign on
PGR and FOI implemented
1.5 Ombudsman officers for Levies
& Security (FATA) and Police &
Security (KP) operationalized
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens
levels.
1.1 Fundamental and human right
protection mechanism/s
operationalized
1.2 Legal aid services
operationalized
1.3 Para-legal network/s
developed
1.4 Capacity of informal system

1. Establishment of an effective
oversight mechanism of PGR and FOI
rights and provisions and review
public grievance redress (PGR) Law
1.1 Civic and executive oversight
mechanisms operationalized
1.2 Number of citizens applications
under FOI laws enhanced
1.3 FOI implemented
1.4 Public awareness campaign on
PGR and FOI implemented
1.5 Ombudsman officers for Levies
& Security (FATA) and Police &
Security (KP) operationalized
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens
levels.
1.1 Fundamental and human right
protection mechanism/s
operationalized
1.2 Legal aid services
operationalized
1.3 Para-legal network/s
developed
1.4 Capacity of informal system

1. Establishment of an effective
oversight mechanism of PGR and FOI
rights and provisions and review
public grievance redress (PGR) Law
1.1 Civic and executive oversight
mechanisms operationalized
1.2 Number of citizens applications
under FOI laws enhanced
1.3 FOI implemented
1.4 Public awareness campaign on
PGR and FOI implemented
1.5 Ombudsman officers for Levies
& Security (FATA) and Police &
Security (KP) operationalized
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens
levels.
1.1 Fundamental and human right
protection mechanism/s
operationalized
1.2 Legal aid services
operationalized
1.3 Para-legal network/s
developed
1.4 Capacity of informal system

1. Establishment of an effective
oversight mechanism of PGR and FOI
rights and provisions and review
public grievance redress (PGR) Law
1.1 Civic and executive oversight
mechanisms operationalized
1.2 Number of citizens applications
under FOI laws enhanced
1.3 FOI implemented
1.4 Public awareness campaign on
PGR and FOI implemented
1.5 Ombudsman officers for Levies
& Security (FATA) and Police &
Security (KP) operationalized
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens
levels.
1.1 Fundamental and human right
protection mechanism/s
operationalized
1.2 Legal aid services
operationalized
1.3 Para-legal network/s
developed
1.4 Capacity of informal system

1. Establishment of an effective
oversight mechanism of PGR and FOI
rights and provisions and review
public grievance redress (PGR) Law
1.1 Civic and executive oversight
mechanisms operationalized
1.2 Number of citizens applications
under FOI laws enhanced
1.3 FOI implemented
1.4 Public awareness campaign on
PGR and FOI implemented
1.5 Ombudsman officers for Levies
& Security (FATA) and Police &
Security (KP) operationalized
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens
levels.
1.1 Fundamental and human right
protection mechanism/s
operationalized
1.2 Legal aid services
operationalized
1.3 Para-legal network/s
developed
1.4 Capacity of informal system

1. Establishment of an effective
oversight mechanism of PGR and FOI
rights and provisions and review
public grievance redress (PGR) Law
1.1 Civic and executive oversight
mechanisms operationalized
1.2 Number of citizens applications
under FOI laws enhanced
1.3 FOI implemented
1.4 Public awareness campaign on
PGR and FOI implemented
1.5 Ombudsman officers for Levies
& Security (FATA) and Police &
Security (KP) operationalized
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens
levels.
1.1 Fundamental and human right
protection mechanism/s
operationalized
1.2 Legal aid services
operationalized
1.3 Para-legal network/s
developed
1.4 Capacity of informal system

1. Establishment of an effective
oversight mechanism of PGR and FOI
rights and provisions and review
public grievance redress (PGR) Law
1.1 Civic and executive oversight
mechanisms operationalized
1.2 Number of citizens applications
under FOI laws enhanced
1.3 FOI implemented
1.4 Public awareness campaign on
PGR and FOI implemented
1.5 Ombudsman officers for Levies
& Security (FATA) and Police &
Security (KP) operationalized
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens
levels.
1.1 Fundamental and human right
protection mechanism/s
operationalized
1.2 Legal aid services
operationalized
1.3 Para-legal network/s
developed
1.4 Capacity of informal system

1. Establishment of an effective
oversight mechanism of PGR and FOI
rights and provisions and review
public grievance redress (PGR) Law
1.1 Civic and executive oversight
mechanisms operationalized
1.2 Number of citizens applications
under FOI laws enhanced
1.3 FOI implemented
1.4 Public awareness campaign on
PGR and FOI implemented
1.5 Ombudsman officers for Levies
& Security (FATA) and Police &
Security (KP) operationalized
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens
levels.
1.1 Fundamental and human right
protection mechanism/s
operationalized
1.2 Legal aid services
operationalized
1.3 Para-legal network/s
developed
1.4 Capacity of informal system

1. Establishment of an effective
oversight mechanism of PGR and FOI
rights and provisions and review
public grievance redress (PGR) Law
1.1 Civic and executive oversight
mechanisms operationalized
1.2 Number of citizens applications
under FOI laws enhanced
1.3 FOI implemented
1.4 Public awareness campaign on
PGR and FOI implemented
1.5 Ombudsman officers for Levies
& Security (FATA) and Police &
Security (KP) operationalized
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens
levels.
1.1 Fundamental and human right
protection mechanism/s
operationalized
1.2 Legal aid services
operationalized
1.3 Para-legal network/s
developed
1.4 Capacity of informal system

1. Establishment of an effective
oversight mechanism of PGR and FOI
rights and provisions and review
public grievance redress (PGR) Law
1.1 Civic and executive oversight
mechanisms operationalized
1.2 Number of citizens applications
under FOI laws enhanced
1.3 FOI implemented
1.4 Public awareness campaign on
PGR and FOI implemented
1.5 Ombudsman officers for Levies
& Security (FATA) and Police &
Security (KP) operationalized
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens
levels.
1.1 Fundamental and human right
protection mechanism/s
operationalized
1.2 Legal aid services
operationalized
1.3 Para-legal network/s
developed
1.4 Capacity of informal system

1. Establishment of an effective
oversight mechanism of PGR and FOI
rights and provisions and review
public grievance redress (PGR) Law
1.1 Civic and executive oversight
mechanisms operationalized
1.2 Number of citizens applications
under FOI laws enhanced
1.3 FOI implemented
1.4 Public awareness campaign on
PGR and FOI implemented
1.5 Ombudsman officers for Levies
& Security (FATA) and Police &
Security (KP) operationalized
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens
levels.
1.1 Fundamental and human right
protection mechanism/s
operationalized
1.2 Legal aid services
operationalized
1.3 Para-legal network/s
developed
1.4 Capacity of informal system

1. Establishment of an effective
oversight mechanism of PGR and FOI
rights and provisions and review
public grievance redress (PGR) Law
1.1 Civic and executive oversight
mechanisms operationalized
1.2 Number of citizens applications
under FOI laws enhanced
1.3 FOI implemented
1.4 Public awareness campaign on
PGR and FOI implemented
1.5 Ombudsman officers for Levies
& Security (FATA) and Police &
Security (KP) operationalized
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens
levels.
1.1 Fundamental and human right
protection mechanism/s
operationalized
1.2 Legal aid services
operationalized
1.3 Para-legal network/s
developed
1.4 Capacity of informal system

1. Establishment of an effective
oversight mechanism of PGR and FOI
rights and provisions and review
public grievance redress (PGR) Law
1.1 Civic and executive oversight
mechanisms operationalized
1.2 Number of citizens applications
under FOI laws enhanced
1.3 FOI implemented
1.4 Public awareness campaign on
PGR and FOI implemented
1.5 Ombudsman officers for Levies
& Security (FATA) and Police &
Security (KP) operationalized
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens
levels.
1.1 Fundamental and human right
protection mechanism/s
operationalized
1.2 Legal aid services
operationalized
1.3 Para-legal network/s
developed
1.4 Capacity of informal system

1. Establishment of an effective
oversight mechanism of PGR and FOI
rights and provisions and review
public grievance redress (PGR) Law
1.1 Civic and executive oversight
mechanisms operationalized
1.2 Number of citizens applications
under FOI laws enhanced
1.3 FOI implemented
1.4 Public awareness campaign on
PGR and FOI implemented
1.5 Ombudsman officers for Levies
& Security (FATA) and Police &
Security (KP) operationalized
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens
levels.
1.1 Fundamental and human right
protection mechanism/s
operationalized
1.2 Legal aid services
operationalized
1.3 Para-legal network/s
developed
1.4 Capacity of informal system

1. Establishment of an effective
oversight mechanism of PGR and FOI
rights and provisions and review
public grievance redress (PGR) Law
1.1 Civic and executive oversight
mechanisms operationalized
1.2 Number of citizens applications
under FOI laws enhanced
1.3 FOI implemented
1.4 Public awareness campaign on
PGR and FOI implemented
1.5 Ombudsman officers for Levies
& Security (FATA) and Police &
Security (KP) operationalized
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens
levels.
1.1 Fundamental and human right
protection mechanism/s
operationalized
1.2 Legal aid services
operationalized
1.3 Para-legal network/s
developed
1.4 Capacity of informal system

1. Establishment of an effective
oversight mechanism of PGR and FOI
rights and provisions and review
public grievance redress (PGR) Law
1.1 Civic and executive oversight
mechanisms operationalized
1.2 Number of citizens applications
under FOI laws enhanced
1.3 FOI implemented
1.4 Public awareness campaign on
PGR and FOI implemented
1.5 Ombudsman officers for Levies
& Security (FATA) and Police &
Security (KP) operationalized
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens
levels.
1.1 Fundamental and human right
protection mechanism/s
operationalized
1.2 Legal aid services
operationalized
1.3 Para-legal network/s
developed
1.4 Capacity of informal system
1. Capacity building for
fundamental and human rights
protection and for access to
justice at state organizational
and local citizens' levels
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens'
levels

1. Capacity building for fundamental


and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens'
levels

1. Capacity building for fundamental


and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens'
levels

1. Capacity building for fundamental


and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens'
levels
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens'
levels

1. Capacity building for fundamental


and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens'
levels
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens'
levels

1. Capacity building for fundamental


and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens'
levels

1. Capacity building for fundamental


and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens'
levels
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens'
levels

1. Capacity building for fundamental


and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens'
levels
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens'
levels
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens'
levels

1. Capacity building for fundamental


and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens'
levels

1. Capacity building for fundamental


and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens'
levels
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens'
levels

1. Capacity building for fundamental


and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens'
levels
1. Capacity building for fundamental
and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens'
levels

1. Capacity building for fundamental


and human rights protection and for
access to justice at state
organizational and local citizens'
levels

PCNA Activity #

Activity
Cost (US$
Millions 65%)

GOP reviewed legal cover to ensure effective


legal provision for military operation

GOP announced policy for countering


terrorism

Total
Shortfall /
Investment
Gap
s
8

0.406

0.406

0.406

0.406

NACTA announced operative policy for


countering terrorism

0.406

0.406

Justice and security legal and organizational


frameworks reviewed

0.406

0.406

Civil society empowered to participate on the


review processes

0.406

0.406

Civil society mapped and strengthened to


monitor and report violations of rights and
constitutional protection

0.406

0.406

Legal aid clinics established and expanded

0.406

0.406

Justice sector trainsystems reviewed


introduce competency/skillsbased training
standards and techniques

0.406

1.333

(0.927)

MOD military law unoperationalized

0.406

0.406

Armed forces legal capacity enhanced

0.406

0.406

Feasibility for witness, judge and prosecutors


protection scheme/s
approved

0.406

0.406

Stakeholder consultations held to review


recommendations

0.406

0.406

Institutional relationships between civil


society and ROL institutions notified

0.406

0.406

Legal aid clinics institutionalized

0.406

0.406

Grants provided to civil society for support


redress of the Fundamental Rights

0.406

0.406

Job descriptions and standards drafted and


notified for each
occupational position/function

0.406

0.406

0.406

0.406

Training competency/skillsbased modules for


each occupational position/function drafted
and notified

An authoritative compilation of all laws in


force in PATA
published and made on-line

Witness, judge and prosecutors protection


scheme/s implemented

Recommendations of the review reports


implemented

0.406

0.438

(0.031)

0.406

0.406

0.406

0.406

Justice and LEAs training institutions


curricula revised in line with
competency/skillsbased training systems

ROL organizational capacities to enforce


fundamental rights &
constitutional protections enhanced

Competency/skillsbased training
implemented

0.406

0.406

0.406

0.406

0.406

0.406

Performance of AJP reforms reviewed

0.325

0.325

Successful AJP reforms expandedand


replicated

0.325

0.325

Law Reforms Bill 2005 proposed reforms


reviewed

0.325

0.325

Nizam-i-Adl Regulation 2009 (NAR) reviewed


to ensure conformity
with the Constitution

0.325

PHCs monitoring and evaluation functions


including public grievance
redress (PGR) reviewed

0.325

0.486

(0.161)

0.325

Human and organizational capacity of the


subordinate judiciary enhanced

0.325

0.449

(0.124)

Gender Justice strategy drafted

0.325

0.356

(0.031)

Recommended law reforms enacted

0.325

Based on review, formulate and implement


follow up AJP reforms

0.325

Modern case management system including


provision for suitable increase in court
numbers operationalized

0.325

0.325

Public awareness raised about law reforms


and constitutional rights

0.325

0.325

1.176

0.325

(0.851)

Human, organizational and technical


capacities of the
subordinate judiciary
enhanced

0.325

0.325

Human, organizationaland technical


capacities of the
subordinate judiciarenhanced

0.325

0.325

Judges, lawyers,
business persons and
publics awareness of
law reforms enhanced

0.325

0.325

Public awareness of
PHCs monitoring and
evaluation functions
including PGR
enhanced

0.325

0.325

Gender Justice
strategy notified.

0.325

Family courts at all


District HQ increased

0.325

0.356

(0.031)

Number of female
judges enhanced

0.325

0.356

(0.031)

Human, organizational
and technical capacities
of the subordinate
judiciary enhanced
Gender Justice strategy
implemented

0.325

0.325

0.325

Resources and
capacity adequately
enhanced to
effectively
operationally NACTA

0.406

0.406

Necessary budgetary
allocations to increase
personnel specially
local youth and
females in civil LEAs to
provide adequate
security

0.406

0.406

Civilian LEAs
strengthened with
additional resources,
equipment and
training and their
employment terms
and conditions
reviewed

0.406

0.406

Regulation of
electronic
communication
through the PEMRA
operationalized

0.406

0.442

(0.036)

At least 50% of Civil


LEA personnel trained
to deal with
insurgency and human
trafficking money
laundering.

0.406

0.442

(0.036)

Community policing
integrated with
policing practice with
budgetary allocations
and provisions of
human, technical and
organizational
resource

0.406

0.406

Civil LEAs trained to


effectively counter
insurgency, human
trafficking and money
laundering.

0.406

0.406

PEMRAs capacity
enhanced to
effectively regulate
electronic
communications

0.406

0.406

Strategy drafted and


announced to
withdraw military
personnel from civilianLEAs

0.406

0.406

Community policing implemented

0.406

0.406

No. of females
inducted into the LEAs
enhance

0.406

0.517

(0.111)

Human, organizationaland technical


capacities of the LEAs
enhanced

0.406

0.406

Human, organizationaland technical


capacities of the LEAs
enhanced

0.406

0.406

Pilot programme for


community policing in
selected areas
implemented

0.406

0.406

Transition from military


security to civil security
arrangements initiated

0.406

0.406

Arms production in
Darra Adam Khel
regulated

0.406

0.406

Prosecution services
law reviewed to
provide for sufficiencyand public interests
tests and effective use
of prosecutorial
powers ensuring
prosecutorial
autonomy

0.406

0.406

An independent
prosecution
monitoring service law
drafted

0.406

0.406

Training facility for


prosecutors approved
with financial allocation

75% prosecutors
trained in
prosecutorial decision
making and
prosecution skills

0.406

0.928

(0.522)

0.406

0.442

(0.036)

Development of
guidelines providing
for effective
prosecution of cases
of violation of social
regulation issued and
enforced and
enforcement
personnel trained in
the same

An independent
prosecution
monitoring service law
enacted

0.406

0.406

0.406

0.406

Training facility for


prosecutors
operationalized

Code of conduct for


prosecutors laying
down provisions for
enabling amicable
resolution of
disputes/jirgas with
provisions for
protection of
vulnerable groups and women.

0.406

0.406

0.406

0.406

A manual of guidance
for prosecutors issued
also providing for
enabling
reconciliation/protecti
on of vulnerable
people

0.406

0.406

Human, organizational
and technical
capacities enhanced
ensuring gender
equality

0.406

0.406

Adequately resourced
training facility for
prosecutors staffed by
suitably qualified
professionals
operationalized

0.406

0.406

Human, organizational
and technical
capacities of the LEAs
enhanced

0.406

0.406

Law enacted and an


adequately resourced
independent

0.406

0.406

Monitoring service for


prosecution services
reporting to the
Provincial Assembly
operationalized

0.406

0.406

Human, organizationaland technical


capacities of the
prosecution services
enhanced

Human,
organizational and
technical capacities of
the prosecution
monitoring service
enhanced

0.406

0.406

0.406

0.406

Prison-specific training
developed and
delivered to all levels
of prison staff

Application of bail
provisions and
sentencing policy
reviewed to
encourage noncustodial
sentencing

0.406

0.406

0.406

0.406

Separate high security


detentions and
prisons
operationalized

0.406

Awareness raised of
prison population on
bail provisions

0.406

2.244

(1.838)

0.406

Training and
rehabilitation
programmes conducted for inmates

Judges/Magistrates
awareness raised on
probation, parole and
international prison
standards

0.406

0.406

0.406

0.406

Legislative frameworkregulating prisons


reviewed

Judicial
instructions/policy
issued on the effective
application of bail
provisions and noncustodial
sentencing

0.406

0.406

0.406

0.406

Prisoners awareness
raised about the use
of bail and the
judiciary about the
use of probation and
parole, and
international prison
standards

Construction of 3 high
security prisons
meeting international standards initiated

0.406

0.406

1.011

0.406

(0.605)

construction of 3
womens and Juvenile
prisons meeting
international
standards initiated

0.406

Prison training
curricula reviewed in
line with local and
international
standards

0.406

0.334

0.072

0.406

Prison training
infrastructure and
facilities managed by
prison training
professionals
modernized

0.406

0.406

legislative framework
revised for governing
prisons, establishing a
sound and sustainable
basis for prison reform
guided by legally
established criteria
including the
establishment of a
monitoring service
reporting to the
Provincial Assembl

0.406

0.406

Prison Monitoring
service reporting to
the Provincial
Assembly
operationalized

0.406

0.406

3 high security prisons


and 3 women and
juvenile prisons
operationalized

0.406

0.406

Public and officials


awareness raised on
PGR, FOI through
formal & informal
institutions

0.260

0.119

0.141

Law/s drafted and/or


revised to establish
effective PGR system

0.260

0.260

0.260

0.260

Costed time-bound
strategy notified to
implement PGR
provisions

0.260

0.260

FOI law in line


international FOI
standards drafted

0.260

0.260

Costed time-bound
strategy notified to
implement FOI
provisions

0.260

0.260

Law drafted to
establish a Police & Security and Levies &
Security Ombudsman
offices to address maladministration
and
abuse
of powers/process

0.260

0.260

Costed time-bound
strategy notified to
implement levies and
police ombudsman
provisions

0.260

0.260

PHC reviewed MITs


performance to
strengthen monitoring
and PGR viz. judicial
services

0.260

0.260

PGR law enacted to


establish an
adequately resourced
PGR system

0.260

0.260

FOI law enacted and


FOI strategy
implemented

0.260

0.260

Police & Security and


Levies & Security
ombudsman laws
enacted to establish
an adequately
resourced
ombudsman offices

0.260

0.260

Public awareness
campaign on PGR, FOI,
Police & Security and
Levies & Security
ombudsman offices
implemented

0.260

0.260

Review recommendations
implemented to
strengthen MIT
monitoring and PGR
functions for judicialservices

0.260

0.260

Public awareness
campaign on PGR, FOI
implemented

0.260

0.260

Government and
judiciary formulated
and notified
departmental FOI and
transparency
standards

0.260

0.260

Government and
judiciary enhanced
departmental
capacities to
implement FOI and
PGR provisions

0.260

0.260

Government and
Judiciary enhanced
capacity of PGR
mechanism to resolve
complaints

0.260

0.260

Capacity of Police &


Security and Levies &
Security ombudsman
offices enhanced to resolve complaints

0.260

0.260

Public awareness
campaign on PGR, and
FOI implemented

0.260

0.260

Public awareness
campaign on PGR, FOI,
Police & Security and
Levies and Security
ombudsman offices
implemented

0.260

Capacity enhanced
for legal aid provision
(viz. Bar Associations,
CSOs special focus of
womens
organisations)

0.171

Para-legals trained

0.171

0.486

0.260

(0.315)

0.171

Government and
judiciary guidelines
notified for
government
departments/
judiciary to proactively
and constructively
engage with paralegals
and
civil
society

0.171

0.171

Government
departments and
judiciary notified
monitorable legal
empowerment policy
and strategies to
proactively reach out
to the poor and
vulnerable

0.171

0.171

Simple
explanations/easy to
understand local/Urdu
language versions of
laws published to
promote legal literacy

0.171

0.171

Effective
communication
strategy implemented
to raise public
awareness of rights
and entitlements, and
inform about legal
empowerment
strategies

0.171

0.171

Simplified versions of
commonly used
provincial and federal
laws published in Urdu
and/or local languages

0.171

0.171

Jirga members
awareness raised on
constitutional rights
and protections

0.171

0.171

Comprehensive study
conducted to explore
harmonization,
shortcomings,
complementarities
and propose
recommendations for
strengthening
Fundamental Rights
and ROL framework

0.171

0.171

Training programme
for legal aid and
paralegals
implemented

0.171

0.171

Government
departments and
Judiciary implement
legal empowerment
policies and strategies
to reach out to the
poor and vulnerable

0.171

0.171

Local departments
periodically reporting
to the Government
and public against
annual Legal
Empowerment targets

0.171

0.171

An umbrella body
established to
streamline/improve
provision of legal aid
programs taking place
in the province

0.171

0.171

Increased
dissemination of legal
material/increased
public awareness6.
Para-legals trained on
constitutional rights
and protection

0.171

0.171

Study
recommendations
implemented

0.171

0.171

Departmental and judiciarys capacities


enhanced to
effectively implement
legal empowerment
strategies

0.171

0.171

Rules drafted and


notified for section
89A of the civil
procedure code, and
small claims and
minor offences law
accommodating jirgas

0.171

0.171

Departmental and
judiciarys capacities
enhanced to
effectively implement
legal empowerment
strategies

0.171

0.171

Government and
judiciary annually
review through third
party evaluation
departmental
performance against
notified LE targets
making results public

0.171

0.171

1.300

1.300

45.027

11.914

33.113

Capacity developed of
judicial and legal, LEA
professionals and Jirgamembers on
constitution
provisions, regular,
customary and Islamic
law

FY 2010-11
Total
GoP
Foreign Aid2010-11
ADP
Others
Loan
10
13
14
17

Investments
FY 2011-12
Total
GoP
Foreign Aid2011-12
ADP
Others
Loan
18
21
22
25

FY 2012-13
GoP
ADP
26

1.333

0.438

0.0138

0.137

0.014

0.1365

0.2986

0.356

0.356

0.356

0.442

0.442

0.517

0.4

0.4

0.062727

0.0135

0.013

0.0128

0.013

0.0128

0.334111

0.118556

0.027

0.027

0
0.149

0
-

0
-

0.149

0
5.949

FY 2012-13
Total
GoP
Foreign Aid2012-13
Others
Loan
29
30
33

FY 2013-14
Total 2013GoP
Foreign Aid
14
ADP
Others
Loan
26
29
30
33

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

1.333

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.438

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.49

0.00

0.00

0.49

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.299

0.356

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

1.18

1.18

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.356

0.356

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.442

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.442

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.517

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.442

0.49

0.00

0.00

0.49

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.442

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.063

2.18

0.00

0.00

2.18

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.97

0.00

0.00

0.97

0.013

0.334

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.119

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.49

0.00

0.00

0.49

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00
4.61

0.00
0.00

0.00
1.18

0.00
5.79

0
-

0
-

5.949

So

PCNA Outcome

Output

Improved
2 water
management to
enhance recourse
flows to stimulate
agriculture
oppurtunities.

Construction and improvement of


road linking non-farm and on- farm.
135 Km in KP

3
3

Rehabilitation/Repair of damaged
public irrigation and flood control
schemes

Increased employment
and livelihood
oppurtunities on small
scale roads in
infrastructures projects Routine maintenance unpaved roads
and to provide easy in KP 1600 Km
access to community. Routine maintenance paved roads in
KP 500 Km
Balanced out economic growth led
targeted improved road NetWork in
KP with community access needs.
Peoples perception that
pre-crises services and Damaged Road and Bridges
infrastructure is being rehabilitated/ reconstructed.
Improved transport
delivered.
efficiencies by
Paved roads
reducing paved roads rehabilitation/reconstructed in KP
in poor condition to 524 Km
33%
in KP of Rehabilitation/Reconstructed of
State
provision
basic services meets damaged schools in KP
public needs and
expectation of crises
effected vulunerable
groups.

Benefitting from the


provision of basic
services.
Access to health
services for the people
receiving basic health
services to improved
teritary care and
improved patient
satisfactions.

Reconstructed of damaged
infrastructure with particular
attention to girls schools in KP

Reconstructed health facilities


damaged or destroyed.

Owning and
maintaining water and Provide access to WATSAN.
sanitation facilities and
providing acceptable
quality water to 2.8
million people in KP Establishment of sanitation schemes.
and FATA.
Water Quality testing labs established
Energy security of the in KP
area enhanced through
575 Mini/micro hydel project
mini/micro
LPG
supply hydels
will be developed for Generating 12 MW in
developed
with
enhanced as
an
KP.
community
ulternative source of
participation.
energy,
through free
distribution of KP
400,000 cylinders and
Provision of alternative energy
kits to provide cleaner
sources such as LPG,hydel,solar and
fuel to women for
wind.
cooking. And to
enhance the shortfall
of the electricity
through solar system
and installation of
hydell power projects.

Activity
4

Total GOV
Shortfall /
PCNA
Investment
Gap
Activity
s
Cost @ 65%
6

Rehabilitation/Repair of damaged public irrigation


and flood control schemes

44.310

28.432

15.878

Construction and improvement of road linking


non-farm and on- farm. 135 Km in KP

25.380

48.284

(22.904)

Routine maintenance unpaved roads in KP 1600


Km

7.370

3.233

4.137

Routine maintenance paved roads in KP 500 Km

7.370

1.574

5.796

Improved Road NetWork in KP.

3.420

24.789

(21.369)

Damaged Road and Bridges rehabilitated/


reconstructed.

11.010

62.781

(51.771)

Paved roads rehabilitation/reconstructed in KP 524


Km

42.270

31.256

11.014

1.230

22.493

(21.263)

Reconstructed of damaged infrastructure with


particular attention to girls schools in KP

1.230

0.647

0.583

Reconstructed health facilities damaged or


destroyed.

5.280

6.984

(1.704)

Rehabilitation/Reconstructed of damaged schools


in KP

Establishment of water supply schemes KP 863


schemes.

59.490

83.442

(23.952)

Establishment of sanitation schemes.

24.390

3.977

20.413

Water Quality testing labs established in KP

5.280

0.054

5.226

575 Mini/micro hydel project developed for


Generating 12 MW in KP.

9.510

6.262

3.248

15.990

39.371

(23.381)

263.530

363.578

(100.048)

Provision of alternative energy sources such as


LPG,hydel,solar and wind.

FY 2010-11
Total
GoP
Foreign Aid2010-11
ADP
Others
Loan
10
13
14
17

4.10

22.63

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

5.39

Investments
FY 2011-12
GoP
Foreign Aid Total 2011-12
ADP
Others
Loan
18
21
22
25

4.096

8.62

7.56

16.177

22.633

12.72

0.00

12.718

3.23

0.00

3.233

0.00

0.37

0.00

0.366

0.00

5.389

8.62

0.00

8.622

4.12

1.08

5.195

2.16

3.23

5.389

0.00

0.00

3.99

26.94

30.932

3.76

0.50

4.257

5.10

6.70

11.802

0.32

0.00

0.323

0.00

0.00

2.76

0.00

2.759

3.02

0.00

3.018

7.54

19.40

26.944

9.27

13.82

2.96

0.00

2.964

0.00

0.00

0.05

0.00

0.054

0.00

0.00

0.16

1.44

1.606

0.26

2.87

3.126

2.97

10.64

13.612

3.23

9.59

12.826

33.055

89.833

56.777

60.582

70.713

23.086

131.295

FY 2012-13
Total
GoP
Foreign Aid2012-13
ADP
Others
Loan
26
29
30
33

5.19

2.96

8.159

12.93

0.00

12.933

0.00

0.00

1.21

0.00

1.207

10.78

0.00

10.778

5.85

46.34

52.197

0.32

0.00

0.323

2.93

3.50

6.434

0.32

0.00

0.323

1.21

0.00

1.207

FY 2013-14
Total 2013GoP
Foreign Aid
14
ADP
Others
Loan
26
29
30
33

21.56

11.86

33.411

1.01

0.00

1.013

0.00

0.00

0.78

0.75

1.530

5.39

7.54

12.933

69.484

72.966 142.450

So
1

PCNA Outcome

Output

1. Farmers and FFs are 1. State agriculture service restored


using Government
services to enhance
agricultural productivity
and practices

Indicators
1. Farmers/FF perceive
new practices and
services designed to
meet their needs
2. No. of new
technologies, cropping
methods, adopted as
productive and useful

2. Relevant government departments


and activities strengthened.

3. Key policies for agricultural sector


reviewed and improved

4. Monitoring and evaluation system


developed and institutionalized in
planning cells and relevant line
departments

Urgent recovery of the


subsistence and
commercial agriculture
sectors
Indicators
1. Increased production
from x to y
2. Increased agriculture
trade
3. Agriculture value
added
4. Rural income from X to
Y

1. Early recovery of agriculture sector


facilitated and tangible peace
dividends provided in the form of
direct benefits to rural communities

1. Production levels
return, increase
2. Livestock
production levels return
increase

2. Agriculture-based livelihoods of
poor rural families strengthened
through community mobilization,
group formation, services provision,
technical support and finances

1. Fisheries production
3. Commercial agriculture promoted
increased.
through farmers organizations,
2. No. of ha forests and technological and other support for
fruit plants replanted.
high value crops, and funding
3. Farm income returns Indicators
to X levels
4. Post-harvest business
and storage facilities in
productive use

Rural communities
1. Targeted training provided for
embrace sense of
individual farmers
equity and fairness
both in comparison
with outside the region
and within the
community through
opportunities provided
to farmers and the rural
poor.

2. Targeted training provided for youth

Activity
4

Total
Shortfall /
PCNA
Investment
Gap
Activity
s
Cost @ 65%
6

1. Repair and rehab of damaged facilities related to


livestock; crops, irrigation and flood control; and forestry
and rangeland.
2. As above.

4.000

(6.150)

10.150
1. Training and capacity building of key government
institutions in livestock, crops, forestry, and rangeland.
2. As above.
3. As above.

1.900

1.900

1. Preparation of key policy reviews (studies, workshops,


etc.) and submissions
2. As above on Sr. No. 1.
3. As
above.
4. Conduct baseline
assessment of target populations.

0.650

0.542

0.108
-

1. Supporting recovery of livestock through restocking,


provision of feed and fodder, repair of animal shelters
and poultry/ dairy farms; vaccinations.
2. As above.
3. As above.
4. Supporting recovery of crops
through distribution of seeds, fertilizer, tools and
implements, provision of tree seedlings, and repair of
post harvest/storage facilities.
5. As above.
6. Repair of
damaged public irrigation and flood control schemes.
7. As above.
8. Rehabilitation of fisheries
9. As above.
10. Reforestation and rehabilitation of
forest and range lands.
11. As above.
12. As above.

295.200

245.622

49.578
1. Support to community mobilization and group
formation 2. As above.
3. As
above.
4. Promotion of
Livelihoods through service provision, technical support,
facilitation for access to microfinance services and
market, and matching grants.
5. As above.
6. As above.

37.400

(20.358)

57.758

1. Support to strengthening / establishment of Farmer


Organisations
2. As above.
4. Promotion of
high value crops through introduction of new
technologies, and access to market information
5. As above.
6. As
above.

137.400

127.431

9.969
1. Training in management of community organizations
and in marketing and businesses for: small commercial
farmers, and nutrition, household food storage for
subsistence farmers,
2. As above.
3. As above.

4.200

4.200

Special training for youth in commercial agriculture,


agriculture enterprises' development, and marketing, etc.
2. As above.
3. As above.

1.800

0.959

0.841
482.550

128.404

354.146

FY 2010-11
Total
GoP
Foreign Aid2010-11
ADP
Others
Loan
10
13
14
17

4.244

4.244

Investments
FY 2011-12
Total
GoP
Foreign Aid2011-12
ADP
Others
Loan
18
21
22
25

3.212

FY 2012-13
GoP
ADP
26

3.212

2.6944

0.1078
-

49.578

4.775

4.775

2.597

2.597

0.108

0.108

0.162

0.162

9.126

9.126

5.971

5.971

0.3233
52.703

FY 2012-13
Total
GoP
Foreign Aid2012-13
Others
Loan
29
30
33

2.694

0.108

57.758

49.578

57.758

FY 2013-14
Total 2013GoP
Foreign Aid
14
ADP
Others
Loan
26
29
30
33

2.597

2.597

0.248

0.571

60.603 113.307

So

PCNA Outcome

Output

SO-1

1.1. Improved
Coordination
Achieved
between :
i. Public and
Private Sector
ii. Across Public
Sector
Departments
1.2 Improved
Private Sector
role in delivery
of public
services

1.1.1. Institutional
Capability strengthened for
private sector development

1.2.1 Public-Private
Partnerships developed

2.1.1 Institutional
Capability Strengthened for
private sector development

2.1 Private
Sector
Rehabilitated
and expanded

2.2 Increase In
investement
including
diasoira

SO-2

2.3 Potential
expansion of the
key sectors of
the crisisaffected areas

2.1.2 Improved Access to


Finance for non-farm
private sector

2.1.3 Improve financial


literacy and delivery
systems
2.2.1 Improved Investment
Climate
2.3.1 Detailed sector
analysis reports focus on
restoring value chains
connecting broken market
linkages

SO-2

2.3 Potential
expansion of the
key sectors of
the crisisaffected areas

2.3.1 Detailed sector


analysis reports focus on
restoring value chains
connecting broken market
linkages

2.4.1 Labor Market


Governance reforms
established
2.4 Employment
opportuntities
created/expande
d with an
emphasis on
skilled and
unskilled youth

2.4.2 Demand Driven


Employable Skills
Developed

SO-3

providing
services to local
people and
generating new
employment
opportunities for
locals;
with a
1.2
Improved
Private Sector
role in delivery
of public
services

2.4.3 Employment
Facilitation
3.1.1. Developed
infrastructure for increasing
cellular coverage

3.1.2 Youth Trained and


Employed for digitizing
government data

4.1 Youth Trained 4.1.1. Training Programs


in employable
planned and conducted for
skills
youth
SO-4

4.1 Youth Trained 4.1.1. Training Programs


in employable
planned and conducted for
skills
youth
SO-4

4.2 Role of
women in nonfarm private
sector
development is
improved

Activity
4

Total
Shortfall /
PCNA
Investment
Gap
Activity
s
Cost @ 65%
5

Establishment of a private Sector


coordination committee and a
technical working group
Implement a program of PublicPrivate Dialogue in affected areas
Establish local Economic
Development Department to promote
Economic Development at local
Levels
Develop an institutional and
regulatory model that allows for
private service provision
Creation of a Viability Gap Fund
Establish Grant Scheme for Firm
Renovation replacement and
upgrading
Establishment of Business
Development Services
Expand Public Works Programs as
part of infrastructure rehabilitation
program
Peshawar based Integrated firms
program for new markets
development
Support the financial institutions to
increase
their outreach through supporting
their operational costs

13
13

20.254

(7.254)
-

13.000

1.522

Establish a promotion and


investment facilitation unit that
targets investors, particular diaspora
Grants to Industry Associations to
conduct sector analysis studies
covering policy, infrastructural and
information failure recommendations

16.25

Improve the payment


infrastructure through expanding
the telecom and communications
network
Establish a financial literacy program
using existing providers of financial
services

14.728

5.000

2.000

2.000

Conduct detailed value chain analysis


of the key sectors identified in the
sector analysis studies

Review/amend Govt. policies that


constrain the mobility of the workers
from the affected areas
Implement employment guarantee
scheme (cash for work program)
Establish Challenge Fund to Support
Entrepreneurship for more jobs
Employment Centers Established
The capacity Development of labor
market stakeholders (employers,
Workers, Governement) to ensure
application of International Labor
Standards through national
legislation as a means to achieve
social justice and sustaining peace.
Reorient Government Procurement/
Contracts to focus on local jobs*

30

(24.967)
10.000

3.5

3.500

5.000

10

10.000

5.000

10

Employment and women to digitize


government data for the broader egovernment agenda
Implement Tree program for skill
building of youth as per ILP
methodology

Support Increased coverage of


cellular coverage and tele-centers*
Develop a challenge fund to identify
new applications with a specific
window for women

54.967

5.000

10

LMIS to enable government and the


development agencies to focus
accurately on labor needs
Encourage GCC to incentivize hiring
more workers from affected areas*
Implement Tree Program for Skill
Building of Youth
Establish a women's employment
generation fund that supports
through grants skill building, critical
infrastucture
Train Local Enterprises through
Integrated Work/Vocational Training
Program of UNDP

10.000

5.000

Train local enterprises through


Integrated Work/Vocational Training
Program of UNDP methodology

2.000

Establish a women's employment


generation fund that supports
through grants skill building, critical
infrastuction

2.2

2.200

138.95 76.74208889 62.20791111

FY 2010-11
Total
GoP
Foreign Aid2010-11
ADP
Others
Loan
10
13
14
17

Investments
FY 2011-12
Total
GoP
Foreign Aid2011-12
ADP
Others
Loan
18
21
22
25

FY 2012-13
GoP
ADP
26

7.6436

1.5218

47.422

56.588

FY 2012-13
Total
GoP
Foreign Aid2012-13
Others
Loan
29
30
33
-

12.61

20.254

1.522

ADP
26

FY 2013-14
Total 2013GoP
Foreign Aid
14
Others
Loan
29
30
33

7.5444

54.967

20.154

76.742

So

PCNA Outcome

Output

Full
engagment
and
participation
in policy,
planning and
decision
making of
public affiars
Full
engagment
and
participation
in policy,
planning and
decision
making of
public affiars
Full
engagment
and
participation
in policy,
planning and
decision
making of
public affiars
Full
engagment
and
participation
in policy,
planning and
decision
making of
public affiars
Full
engagment
and
participation
in policy,
planning and
decision
making of
public

PFM system
responsive to
peace building
and the needs
of the citizens
especially
vulnerable
group (poor,
women, IDPs,
youth and
marginalized
communities)
Effective,
accountable,
trusted and
responsive and
capable Public
Administration
system
responsible for
basic service
delivery and
emergency
reconstruction

*
1

Activity

PCNA Activity #

1.1 Establishment of effective


mechanism for engagment of elected
leadership at all levels in peace
building, social cohesion and policy Support program to the
oversight
1.2 Parliament & Provincial
Assembly
Strengthened citizen oversight
mechanism by enabling the legisture,
establishing grievance redress
mechanisms in KP/FATA
1.1 Establishment of effective
mechanism for engagment of elected
leadership at all levels in peace
Initiate peace , security and
building, social cohesion and policy stabilization dialogue engaging
oversight
1.2 political/reprsentative
Strengthened citizen oversight
leadership at all levels.
mechanism by enabling the legisture,
establishing grievance redress
mechanisms in KP/FATA
1.1 Establishment of effective
mechanism for engagment of elected
leadership at all levels in peace
building, social cohesion and policy Mapping of legislative
oversight
1.2 committees &identify areas for
capacity development.
Strengthened citizen oversight
mechanism by enabling the legisture,
establishing grievance redress
mechanisms in KP/FATA
1.1 Establishment of effective
mechanism for engagment of elected
Engagement of citizens
leadership at all levels in peace
building, social cohesion and policy especially of vulnerable in
oversight
1.2 decision making and monitoring,
utilizing the existing legal aid
Strengthened citizen oversight
mechanism by enabling the legisture, clinics
establishing grievance redress
mechanisms in KP/FATA
1.1 Establishment of effective
mechanism for engagment of elected
leadership at all levels in peace
develop plan to establish an
building, social cohesion and policy Ombudsman
oversight
1.2 Office; citizen complaint centres
Strengthened citizen oversight
(CCC)
mechanism by enabling the legisture,
establishing grievance redress
mechanisms in KP/FATA

1.1 Establishment of effective


mechanism for engagment of elected
leadership at all levels in peace
building, social cohesion and policy
oversight
1.2
Expand the legal aid clinics of
Strengthened citizen oversight
mechanism by enabling the legisture, Malakand to the rest of KP &
FATA
establishing grievance redress
mechanisms in KP/FATA

1.1 Establishment of effective


mechanism for engagment of elected
leadership at all levels in peace
building, social cohesion and policy
oversight
1.2 Expand the legal aid clinics and
Strengthened citizen oversight
para-legal network to enhance
mechanism by enabling the legisture, the participation of citizens
establishing grievance redress
at local level
mechanisms in KP/FATA

1.1 Establishment of effective


mechanism for engagment of elected Training of Legislative
committees on public
leadership at all levels in peace
building, social cohesion and policy account, budget and local
oversight
1.2 governments ; strengthening of
the Assembly Secretariat
Strengthened citizen oversight
mechanism by enabling the legisture, to strengthen legislative
committee
establishing grievance redress
mechanisms in KP/FATA
1.1 Establishment of effective
mechanism for engagment of elected
leadership at all levels in peace
First round of citizen report
building, social cohesion and policy cards prepared
oversight
1.2 for key five public services
Strengthened citizen oversight
(F/M). ($50.000)
mechanism by enabling the legisture,
establishing grievance redress
mechanisms in KP/FATA

1.1 Establishment of effective


mechanism for engagment of elected
leadership at all levels in peace
Survey results shared with line
building, social cohesion and policy departments
oversight
1.2 and civil society and an action
Strengthened citizen oversight
plan prepared ($50.000
mechanism by enabling the legisture,
establishing grievance redress
mechanisms in KP/FATA
1.1 Establishment of effective
mechanism for engagment of elected
Legislative reviews and
leadership at all levels in peace
building, social cohesion and policy publication of the
oversight
1.2 budget document and
performance of local
Strengthened citizen oversight
mechanism by enabling the legisture, government
establishing grievance redress
mechanisms in KP/FATA
1.1 Establishment of effective
mechanism for engagment of elected
Preparation and publication of
leadership at all levels in peace
building, social cohesion and policy second
oversight
1.2 round of citizen report cards for
key five public
Strengthened citizen oversight
mechanism by enabling the legisture, services.
establishing grievance redress
mechanisms in KP/FATA
1.1 Establishment of effective
mechanism for engagment of elected
leadership at all levels in peace
Preparation and publication of
building, social cohesion and policy improvement of services action
oversight
1.2 plan.
Strengthened citizen oversight
mechanism by enabling the legisture,
establishing grievance redress
mechanisms in KP/FATA
1.1 Establishment of effective
mechanism for engagment of elected
leadership at all levels in peace
Technical assistance to design
building, social cohesion and policy district and
oversight
1.2 agency-wise Ombudsman
Strengthened citizen oversight
Offices
mechanism by enabling the legisture,
establishing grievance redress
mechanisms in KP/FATA

1.1 Establishment of effective


mechanism for engagment of elected
leadership at all levels in peace
building, social cohesion and policy 4Support to Ombudsman office,
oversight
1.2 CCC & legal aid clinics in
KP/FATA
Strengthened citizen oversight
mechanism by enabling the legisture,
establishing grievance redress
mechanisms in KP/FATA
1.1 Establishment of effective
mechanism for engagment of elected Support to PA
secretariat to issue
leadership at all levels in peace
building, social cohesion and policy budget documents
oversight
1.2 reflect the results of
audit and corrective
Strengthened citizen oversight
mechanism by enabling the legisture, allocations and
measures
establishing grievance redress
mechanisms in KP/FATA
1.1 Establishment of effective
mechanism for engagment of elected
leadership at all levels in peace
building, social cohesion and policy Completion of social audit for
oversight
1.2 all services
in the province
Strengthened citizen oversight
mechanism by enabling the legisture,
establishing grievance redress
mechanisms in KP/FATA
1.1 Establishment of effective
mechanism for engagment of elected
leadership at all levels in peace
Rollout of technical Support to
building, social cohesion and policy the Offices
oversight
1.2 of local (district and agency)
Strengthened citizen oversight
Ombudsman
mechanism by enabling the legisture,
establishing grievance redress
mechanisms in KP/FATA
Roll out the implementation of
1.3 Capacity building of responsive
pilots program across KP & FATA
transparent local governments and
enhancment of citizens participation where citizen local government
liasion is strenghthened, citizen
in local governance in KP & FATA
charters prepared and
displayed.

Access to information legislation


prepared
and approved for FATA

Design & pilot implementation


of
financial management systems
other than
existing PFM suitable to sectors
specific needs for peace
building interventions KP/FATA.
Development of Risk
Management Strategy
and Certification of Internal
Controls. KP/FATA
Assessment of existing PFM at
KP and FATA
using PEFA Framework,
Design for community
based participatory
planning, budgeting,
spending and auditing in
conflict context.
KP/FATA
Development of Gender
Responsive Budget
Strategy
KP/FATA
Develop and implement
3. Capacity development of effective
reform program for
and functioning anti corruption
AntiCorruption
mechanism and enhanced the
Establishment
citizens participation and oversight.
(ACE)
in
KP and
FATA

3. Capacity development of effective


and functioning anti corruption
mechanism and enhanced the
citizens participation and oversight.

Develop formal and


informal institutions
based reform strategies
in KP and FATA

3. Capacity development of effective


and functioning anti corruption
Assess and improve AC reform
mechanism and enhanced the
programs in KP and FATA
citizens participation and oversight.
3. Capacity development of effective
Initial monitoring evaluation
and functioning anti corruption
and impact
mechanism and enhanced the
citizens participation and oversight. assessment
3. Capacity development of effective
Monitoring evaluation and
and functioning anti corruption
impact assessment
mechanism and enhanced the
citizens participation and oversight.
3. Capacity development of effective
Assessment of beneficiary
and functioning anti corruption
oversight processes in KP and
mechanism and enhanced the
citizens participation and oversight. FATA
3. Capacity development of effective
Policy recommendations for
and functioning anti corruption
integration and long term
mechanism and enhanced the
citizens participation and oversight. institutionalization
3. Capacity development of effective
and functioning anti corruption
Monitoring evaluation and
mechanism and enhanced the
impact assessment
citizens participation and oversight.
3. Capacity development of effective Review and institutionalization
of
and functioning anti corruption
reform strategy and measures
mechanism and enhanced the
citizens participation and oversight. in KP and
FATA
4. Capacity building of federal, KP
Mobilize TA for Federal,
and FATA secratariats to manage a
KP and FATA Secretariats
reform program focused on rebuilding
to develop and manage a
trust and improving delivery of
emergency PAR program
services.
including translation of
public information in
local languages and
through community
radios.

4. Capacity building of federal, KP


Conduct rapid assessment of
and FATA secratariats to manage a
capacities
reform program focused on rebuilding needed to support a large
trust and improving delivery of
reconstruction program in KP
services.
and FATA levels of dministration
Develop a functional capability
4. Capacity building of federal, KP
in KP and FATA
and FATA secratariats to manage a
reform program focused on rebuilding Secretariats to support peacebuilding and
trust and improving delivery of
reconciliation efforts and
services.
strengthen e-government
features
4. Capacity building of federal, KP
Develop program for
and FATA secratariats to manage a
recruitment of skilled civil
reform program focused on rebuilding servants to support post
trust and improving delivery of
conflict reconstruction.
services.
4. Capacity building of federal, KP
Commence program to recruit
and FATA secratariats to manage a
skilled civil
reform program focused on rebuilding servants on incentive contracts
trust and improving delivery of
into priority
services.
functional areas.
4. Capacity building of federal, KP
Plans for basic reform of priority
and FATA secratariats to manage a
functional
reform program focused on rebuilding areas in KP and FATA to support
trust and improving delivery of
reconstruction
services.
developed and approved.
4. Capacity building of federal, KP
E government features installed
and FATA secratariats to manage a
reform program focused on rebuilding at the district
and agency level
trust and improving delivery of
services.
4. Capacity building of federal, KP
Modalities for community
and FATA secratariats to manage a
engagement on
reform program focused on rebuilding
program determination and
trust and improving delivery of
management
services.
completed and endorsed by key
stakeholders in KP/FATA
(including translation of all vital
public information in local
languages

Basic reform of core functional


4. Capacity building of federal, KP
units
and FATA secratariats to manage a
reform program focused on rebuilding completed Community
consultations and
trust and improving delivery of
oversight mechanisms become
services.
operational
and institutionalized.
Monitoring, evaluation and
impact assessment completed
and
provide baseline for medium
term reform
program KP/FAT
2.1 Establishment of PFM system that Pilot Implementation of Risk
is responsive to peace building,
Management
program development, poverty
Strategy on selected
reduction and supports transperancy departments.KP/FATA
and accountability in management of
public funds
2.1 Establishment of PFM system that
is responsive to peace building,
Updating existing PFM in light of
program development, poverty
PEFA
reduction and supports transperancy recommendations KP/FATA
and accountability in management of
public funds
2.2 Strengthning and building
Implementation of the
capacity for the participation of
framework for
communities in budget making,
community based spending and
spending and auditing processing.
auditing.
KP/FATA
2.2 Strengthning and building
capacity for the participation of
communities in budget making,
spending and auditing processing.

Pilot gender responsive budget


in 3 : health'education and
social welfare

2.1 Establishment of PFM system that 3 party evaluation& adoption of


PFM system
is responsive to peace building,
developed during PCNA into
program development, poverty
reduction and supports transperancy mainstream
and accountability in management of existing PFM KP/FATA
($800.000)
public funds
1.3 Capacity building of responsive
transparent local governments and
enhancment of citizens participation
in local governance in KP & FATA

Technical support to the local


government Department of
GoKP to develop mandatory
participation mechanism

1.3 Capacity building of responsive


transparent local governments and
enhancment of citizens participation
in local governance in KP & FATA

Design of a pilots program using


the existing legal aid clinics and
para-legal network to stregthen
citizen local government liasion

Conflict affected
districts/agencies with special
focus on women participation
institutionalize a citizen feedback
mechanism (client survey, legal aid clinics
and para-legal network

Activity
Cost (US$
Millions)
6

Total
Shortfall /
Investment
Gap
s
8

FY 2010-11
Total
GoP
Foreign Aid2010-11
ADP
Others
Loan
10
13
14
17

0.65

0.650

0.13

0.130

0.13

0.130

0.455

0.455

1.105

1.127

(0.022)

Investment
FY 2011-12
GoP
ADP
18

0.65

0.650

0.65

0.650

0.13

0.130

0.0325

0.033

0.0325

0.033

0.760

(0.695)

0.0325

0.033

0.0325

0.325

(0.293)

0.0975

0.343

(0.246)

0.065

0.975

0.975

0.325

0.325

0.52

0.520

0.975

0.975

1.3975

1.398

0.13

0.130

0.52

0.520

0.325

0.550

(0.225)

0.325

0.325

0.325

0.325

0.325

0.325

0.715

0.229

0.486

0.715

0.025

0.690

0.715

0.715

0.715

0.715

0.715

0.715

0.715

0.715

0.715

0.715

0.715

0.715

0.715

0.229

0.486

1.105

0.043

1.062

0.012

0.012

0.012

1.105

1.105

4.400

(4.270)

1.105

1.105

1.105

1.105

1.105

1.105

1.105

1.105

1.105

1.105

0.13

1.105

1.105

0.65

0.650

0.65

0.650

0.52

0.520

0.39

0.390

0.52

0.520

0.52

0.520

0.325

0.325

1.625

1.625

0.455

0.455

31.40

8.68

22.714
0.012

0.012

0.012

Investments
FY 2011-12
Total
GoP
Foreign Aid2011-12
Others
Loan
21
22
25

FY 2012-13
Total
GoP
Foreign Aid2012-13
ADP
Others
Loan
26
29
30
33

0.78

0.343

1.127

FY 2013-14
GoP
ADP
26

0.76

0.760

0.33

0.325

0.343

0.343

0.07

0.07

0.130

0.55

0.550

0.229

0.229

0.012

0.229

0.229

0.043

0.043

4.4

4.400

0.52

0.520

0.012

2.454

6.202

8.656

FY 2013-14
Total 2013GoP
Foreign Aid
14
Others
Loan
29
30
33

SoPCNA Outcome
1

1.2

Output

3
Civil Society enabled facilitator of
citizen-state dialog (Civil Society
Capacity Fund)
Civil Society enabled facilitator of
citizen-state dialog (Civil Society
Capacity Fund)
Civil Society enabled facilitator of
citizen-state dialog (Civil Society
Capacity Fund)
Civil Society enabled facilitator of
citizen-state dialog (Civil Society
Capacity Fund)

Thematic areas (programs,


initiatives, reforms) are being
GSP discussed among and between
state, non-state/community
stakeholders (men and women)
1

Civil Society enabled facilitator of


citizen-state dialog (Civil Society
Capacity Fund)

Thematic areas (programs,


initiatives, reforms) are being
discussed among and between
state, non-state/community
stakeholders (men and women)

Thematic areas (programs,


initiatives, reforms) are being
discussed among and between
state, non-state/community
stakeholders (men and women)
Literacy and numeracy
campaign for awareness of men
and women onrights, laws,
policies
Literacyetc.
and numeracy
campaign for awareness of men
and women onrights, laws,
policies
Literacyetc.
and numeracy
campaign for awareness of men
and women onrights, laws,
policies
Literacy etc.
and numeracy campaign
for awareness of men and
women onrights, laws, policies
etc.
Literacy and numeracy campaign
for awareness of men and
women onrights, laws, policies
etc.
Literacy and numeracy campaign
for awareness of men and
women onrights, laws, policies
etc.

2.1

Literacy and numeracy campaign


for awareness of men and
women onrights, laws, policies
etc.
Literacy and numeracy campaign
for awareness of men and
women onrights, laws, policies
etc.
Professional and institutional
capacity of media in KP and FATA
is strengthened
Professional and institutional
capacity of media in KP and FATA
is strengthened
Professional and institutional
capacity of media in KP and FATA
is strengthened
Professional and institutional
capacity of media in KP is
strengthened
Professional and institutional
capacity of media in KP is
strengthened
Professional and institutional
capacity of media in KP is
strengthened
Professional and institutional
capacity of media in KP is
strengthened
Professional and institutional
capacity of media in KP and FATA
is strengthened
Professional and institutional
capacity of media in KP and FATA
is strengthened
Professional and institutional
capacity of media in KP is
strengthened
Professional and institutional
capacity of media in KP is
strengthened

Responsible,responsive and
credible locally issue driven
interactive programming in local
languages
Responsible,responsive and
credible locally issue driven
interactive programming in local
languages
Responsible,responsive and
credible locally issue driven
interactive programming in local
languages
Responsible,responsive and
credible locally issue driven
interactive programming in local
languages

Responsible,responsive and
credible locally issue driven
interactive programming in local
languages
Responsible,responsive and
credible locally issue driven
interactive programming in local
languages
Responsible,responsive and
credible locally issue driven
interactive programming in local
languages
Responsible,responsive and
credible locally issue driven
interactive programming in local
languages
Responsible,responsive and
credible locally issue driven
interactive programming in local
languages
Responsible,responsive and
credible locally issue driven
interactive programming in local
languages
Responsible,responsive and
credible locally issue driven
interactive programming in local
languages
Responsible,responsive and
credible locally issue driven
interactive programming in local
languages
Responsible,responsive and
credible locally issue driven
interactive programming in local
languages
Responsible,responsive and
credible locally issue driven
interactive programming in local
languages
Responsible,responsive and
credible locally issue driven
interactive programming in local
languages
Responsible,responsive and
credible locally issue driven
interactive programming in local
languages
Responsible,responsive and
credible locally issue driven
interactive programming in local
languages
The public information function
and outreach function of the
government in KP is modified
and strengthened3
The public information function
and outreach function of the
government in KP is modified
and
strengthened3
The public
information function
and outreach function of the
government in KP is modified
and
strengthened3
The public
information function
and outreach function of the
government in KP is modified
and strengthened3

The public information function


and outreach function of the
government in KP and FATA is
modified and strengthened3
The public information function
and outreach function of the
government in KP is modified
and strengthened3
The public information function
and outreach function of the
government in KP and FATA is
modified and strengthened3
The public information function
and outreach function of the
government in KP is modified
and public
strengthened3
The
information function
and outreach function of the
government in KP is modified
and
strengthened3
The public
information function
and outreach function of the
government in KP is modified
and
strengthened3
An Independent
Reporting
1

Cooperation is estblished
involving the mass media
departments of four
universities,jornalists
An Independent Reporting
Cooperation is estblished
involving the mass media
departments of four
universities,jornalists
An Independent Reporting
Cooperation is estblished
involving the mass media
departments of four
universities,jornalists
An Independent Reporting
Cooperation is estblished
involving the mass media
departments of four
universities,jornalists
An Independent Reporting
Cooperation is estblished
involving the mass media
departments of four
universities,jornalists
An Independent Reporting
Cooperation is estblished
involving the mass media
departments of four
universities,jornalists
An Independent Reporting

Cooperation is estblished
involving the mass media
departments of four
universities,jornalists
1. A government led initiative is
providing alternative view-points
and correct interpretations of
Islam; messages of peace, nonviolence and tolerance to
communities

1. A government led initiative is


providing alternative view-points
and correct interpretations of
Islam; messages of peace, nonviolence and tolerance to
communities
1. A government led initiative is
providing alternative view-points
and correct interpretations of
Islam; messages of peace, nonviolence and tolerance to
communities
. A government led initiative is
providing alternative view-points
and correct interpretations of
Islam; messages of peace, nonviolence and tolerance to
communities
The Government provides
information of planned and
ongoing activites across all line
ministries /sectors to the public

The Government provides


information of planned and
ongoing activites across all line
ministries /sectors to the public

The Government provides


information of planned and
ongoing activites across all line
ministries /sectors to the public

The Government provides


information of planned and
ongoing activites across all line
ministries /sectors to the public

The Government provides


information of planned and
ongoing activites across all line
ministries /sectors to the public

The Government provides


information of planned and
ongoing activites across all line
ministries /sectors to the public

The Government provides


information of planned and
ongoing activites across all line
ministries /sectors to the public

Activity
4

Total
Shortfall /
PCNA
Investment
Gap
Activity
s
Cost @ 65%
6

1.Design of CSCF

0.28

0.282

1. Campaign to drive applications to CSCF

0.00

1. CSCF Grants and technical support

0.28

0.282

1.CSCF Grants and technical support

0.28

0.282

2. Mapping of CSOs, CSO networks and CSO


capacities in KP and FATA

0.28

0.282

1. CSCF Grants and technical support

0.28

0.282

2. Community public dialogue sessions for


men, women and youth held on rule of law,
governance, health, education, on-and off
farm etc

0.28

0.282

2. Community public dialogue sessions for


men, women and youth held on rule of law,
governance, health, education, on-and off
farm etc

0.28

0.282

3. Baseline Survey on Knowledge, Attitudes


Behaviour

0.36

0.362

3. Outreach material needs defined and


outsourced

0.36

0.362

3. Literacy and numeracy campaign


executed

0.36

0.362

4. Sector mapping of key stakeholders

0.36

0.362

4. Training modules developed for Literacy


and numeracy campaign

0.36

0.362

5. Baseline data mapping exercise of the


universe of existing awareness raising
organizations and efforts in KP and FATA.

0.36

0.362

5.Training of Trainers workshops conducted


for literacy and numeracy campaign, incl
women trainers
6.Baseline survey of ambient level of rights,
entitlements and legal awareness among the
communities, especially women and youth.
1. Full mapping of existing/planned donor
programs in media development carried out

0.36

0.362

0.36

0.362

0.25

0.254

0.25

0.254

0.25

0.254

1. Support to media organizations to produce


locally relevant programming in Pashto

0.25

0.254

2. Baseline Survey on Knowledge, Attitudes


Behaviour

0.25

0.254

2.Training for bcaster staff to produce


thematic community programming

0.25

0.254

2.bcster staff trained to use digital software


and recording equipment for use in the field
and program editing

0.25

0.254

2. Training and mentoring to female


journalists/mass media students

0.25

0.254

4. Training for women journalists in technical


reporting skills, inc. use of digital equipment
for electronic media in the field

0.25

0.254

3.Training and mentoring to female


journalists/mass media students continues

0.25

0.254

3. Train on-air broadcasters in technical skills


and hosting skills.

0.25

0.254

5. Training of women journalists on thematic


issues such as conflict and humanitarian
programming, human rights, politics and
development

0.06

0.061

4. Infrastructural capacity of press clubs


(facilities, technical equipment, especially
internet) built

0.06

0.061

5. Strengthen press clubs in advocacy,


networking and organizational capacity

0.06

0.061

6.Mentoring program for female mass media


students

0.06

0.061

1. Training of FM stations to design and


produce thematic current affairs
programming on issues such as conflict and
peace, humanitarian reporting, human rights
and development
1. Broadcaster staff trained to produce news
bulletins and signature current affairs
programs

5. Support to press clubs to become skill


development centers for journalists through
computer literacy classes, use of e-mail,
internet research etc.

0.06

0.061

0.06

0.061

0.06

0.061

0.06

0.061

0.06

0.061

0.06

0.061

7. Establish formal links between journalism


universities and media industry

0.06

0.061

6. Further improvement of infrastructural


capacity of press clubs (facilities, technical
equipment, especially internet).

0.06

2.479

(2.418)

9. Training for journalists on safety and


security in conflict zones

0.06

0.061

8. Strengthen campus radios: built


newsrooms, incl. recording studios and
production labs

0.06

0.061

IPR mechanism is being fully operational

0.06

0.061

10. initiate citizen journalism through sms


and cellphones

0.06

0.061

9. Set up print newsroom and provide


financial and technical support to produce
university newspapers

0.06

0.061

1. Full needs assessment carried out in


cooperation with GoKP/FATA Secretariat 2.
Baseline Survey on Knowledge, Attitudes
Behaviour

0.23

0.235

1. Capacity building program agreed.

0.23

0.235

1. New SOP developed

0.23

0.235

2. Baseline Survey on Knowledge, Attitudes


Behaviour

0.23

0.235

4. Institute mechanism of internships for


journalism graduates within the media
industry
7. Organize Roundtable for media owners to
formulate safety policies for their journalism
staff
6. Press clubs in KP form umbrella
association
5.Facilitate experience sharing and insight
sessions for journalism students with frontranking senior journalists
8. Facilitate dialogue / advocacy with GoP /
military to enhance safety for working
journalists

2. Training firm contracted for capacity


building of relevant GoP staff

0.23

0.235

2. PIO TORs changed

0.23

0.235

3. Communication strategy developed

0.23

0.235

3. Training for PIO in professional skills

0.23

0.235

4. Communication/office infrastructure
improvements

0.23

0.235

5.Two public polls commissioned Other


activities as per needs assessment

0.23

0.235

1. Civil Society Monitoring Framework


designed

0.38

0.379

1. Staffing agreements negotiated

0.38

0.379

1. IPR mechanism is being fully operational

0.38

0.379

2. Formal cooperation agreements with


participating universities negotiated

0.38

0.379

2. IPR Steering Committee established

0.38

0.379

2. IPR Hotline for public complaints

0.38

0.379

3. Students (male and female) trained in


methodology

0.38

0.379

1. Militant propaganda content analysis


carried out

0.49

0.493

1. Counter-Radicalization and peace issues


publicly discussed/messages disseminated

0.49

0.493

1. Counter Radicalization Campaign


continues

0.49

0.493

Counter Radicalization Campaign closes


down 12/6 Comprehensive KAP survey to
identify attitude changes

0.49

0.493

2. Management structure for strategic


communication initiatives established

0.41

0.412

8. Mapping of moderate opinion leaders

0.41

0.412

9. Moderate religious scholars run Q&A


service

0.41

0.412

3. Feedback to stakeholders consulted during


pre-assessment phase

0.41

0.412

4. Comprehensive KAP survey as baseline


and to identify audience specific needs

0.41

0.412

2. Public Information material production


being outsourced

0.63

0.634

3. Public Information material disseminated

0.63

0.634

18.99

2.48

16.51

FY 2010-11
Total
GoP
Foreign Aid2010-11
ADP
Others
Loan
10
13
14
17

Investments
FY 2011-12
Total
GoP
Foreign Aid2011-12
ADP
Others
Loan
18
21
22
25

FY 2012-13
GoP
ADP
26

2.478889

2.479

FY 2012-13
Total
GoP
Foreign Aid2012-13
Others
Loan
29
30
33

ADP
26

FY 2013-14
Total 2013GoP
Foreign Aid
14
Others
Loan
29
30
33

2.479

2.479

Cost in Millions and USD


SO Financial wise
Cost
1.00
2.00
3.00
4.00
Total
SO Activities wise
1
2
3
4

Health
Social Protection
Education
Rule of Law
Infrastructure
NRM
Communications
Non Farm
Governance
Total Investment Cost
Total Inve Cost
Total Inve Cost
Total Inve Cost
Total Inve Cost
Total Inve Cost
Total Inve Cost
Total Inve Cost
Total Investment Cost
0.02
0.00
40.38
0.09
0.83
31.56
35.02
11.31
0.00
0.00
6.55
10.26
13.69
2.48
13.00
0.00
31.40
8.68
0.39
0.14
75.19
25.79
7.11
0.00
0.00
0.00
44.31
28.43
470.00
117.31
0.00
0.00
106.75
76.74
0.00
0.00
14.66
201.00
69.66
0.00
2.45
193.86
10.01
0.60
219.22
335.15
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
10.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.42
44.12
98.29
2.23
0.34
51.66
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
6.00
0.84
5.30
0.00
9.20
0.00
0.00
0.00
15.50
245.27
283.53
28.11
10.73
277.08
45.03
11.91
263.53
363.58
482.55
128.40
18.99
2.48
138.95
76.74
31.40
8.68

Grand Total
Total Investment
140.89
703.75
326.00
119.56
1290.20

Total Activities Activities Done Total ActivActivities Total ActivActivities Total ActivActivities Total ActivActivities Total ActivActivities Total ActivActivities Total ActivActivities Total ActivActivities Done Activities to do
Activities Done
2
0
1
1
35
7
90
16
0
0
3
2
61
1
1
0
52
12
245
13
1
3
3
25
0
0
0
1
1
3
3
0
0
12
3
0
0
57
9
9
2
0
18
5
41
2
14
14
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
85
4
1
2
1
22
2
0
0
0
0
2
1
11
0
3
0
0
0
44
28
11
8
5
100
14
131
18
15
15
8
6
72
1
17
3
52
12
431

64.38
248.41
730.61
98.85
1142.26

39
11
30
5
85