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Agriculture Sector Programme Support Agriculture Sector Programme Support -- II II


Regional Fisheries and Livestock Regional Fisheries and Livestock
Development (Barisal Component) Development (Barisal Component)
Department of Fisheries (DoF), Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock (MoFL) Department of Fisheries (DoF), Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock (MoFL) -- Danida Danida
July 13 July 13--14, 2011 14, 2011
Welcome to Welcome to
Physical Progress till June 2011 Physical Progress till June 2011
including including
Half Half--yearly Progress of MEU yearly Progress of MEU
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utput Level Progress of Key Targets (utput 1,
2 and 4 refer to Golden Indicators):
utput
Indicators
Target Achievement/
Progress
Remarks
VPA 323,500 HH 312,000 HH
Target as per approved RDPP.
Output-1 (FFS)
FFS HH
Farmers
(7500 FFS)
303,600 HH
(5646 FFS)
125,172 HH
250,090 nos.
Receiving training and extn. and
follow-up services. (58.4%
Women.)
Outout-2 (CBO) 305 CBO 256 CBO
188 CBO registered with
Cooperative Dept.
Achievement is less due to
acquisition of Jalmohals.
Output-3 (PSS) 190 Agreement 164 Agreement
Agreements signed with PS on
input supply and marketing of
their products.
Output-4
(UP/Block Grant)
156 UP 54 UP (Directly)
121 UP
(Indirectly)
121 UP received operation cost
from CBO who received BG
funds
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Total Farming Households and Farmers benefited by
Farmers Field School (FFS) till June 2011
FFS HH by Gender Member
Status No. Men Women Total Men Women Total
Phased out 5646 119,067 6,105 125,172 104,113 145,977 250,090
Ongoing
Iormed in 10
1322 26,767 1,274 28,041 11,224 31,503 42,727
Iormed in 11
333 6,383 218 6,601 5,484 6,507 91,991
Total
1.655 33.150 1.492 34.642 16.708 38.010 134.718
;erall 7.301 152.217 7.597 159.814 120.821 183.987 384.808
utput 1: Integrated Field School
(Effective support to resource-poor households through decentralized,
integrated and demand-driven fisheries and livestock extension provision)
Outputs Proiect
Target
Target Ior Jan-
Jun 11 Period
Achievement end oI
Reporting Period
1.1 Training of Trainers
1.1 # oI Master Trainer/DoF-DLS-
DTA StaII Trained (person days)
95 522
1.2 # oI LF Trained - SLL (person
days)
430
3178
1.3 # oI FFP Trained - Orientation
Training
225
42
1,4# oI Workshop conducted in regard
to output 1
10 4
1.5 # oI event (training materials
developed & printed)
1
0
# oI Cross visit/Study tour organized
24
20
4
utput 1: Integrated Field School
(Effective support to resource-poor households through decentralized,
integrated and demand-driven fisheries and livestock extension provision)
Outputs Proiect
Target
Target Ior Jan-
Jun 11 Period
Achievement end oI
Reporting Period
1.2 Farmer Field Schools
1.1 # oI New FFS on Fisheries and
Livestock Activities
7500 200 7031 (91)
(1323 ongoing)
1.2 # oI New FFS on Integrated Farm
Management
305 245 248
(248 ongoing)
1.3 # oI LF and FFP trained
(person days)
1420 1465
(441 cont. F-97)
1.4 PME Conducted
3450 100 1275133
1.5 Field days & Iorum completed
245
222
1.6 Farmers cross visit organized
55
66
5
utput 1: Integrated Field School
(Effective support to resource-poor households through decentralized,
integrated and demand-driven fisheries and livestock extension provision)
Outputs Project
Target
Target Ior Jan-Jun
11 Period
Achievement end
of Reporting
Period
1.3 Training Ior input/support Providers
1.3.1 # of persons recei;ed skill
de;elopment training
763 392
1.3.1# oI CBO members trained (Input-Output Business) ., 2# oI Community Poultry Worker
(CPW) trained .., 3# oI Community Livestock Worker (CLW) trained . 4# oI Rice-husk
Hatchery Operator trained ., 5# oI Comm. Aqu & Agr. Res Per (CAARP) trained ., 6# oI
Chick Rarer trained ..., 7# oI Fish/Prawn Nurserer trained .., 8# oI Seed Producer trained .
1.3.2 # oI persons attended in orientation
training
1000
782
School Teachers, religious/community leaders trained
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utput 2: CB Formation and Development
(CBOs and farmers' associations formed and enabled to successfully
articulate their demands to local private and public service providers.)
Outputs Project
Target
Target Ior Jan-Jun
11 Period
Achievement end
of Reporting
Period
2.1 Capacity building oI CBOs
2.1.1 CBO Iormed
12 1
2.1.2 event (training materials developed
& p
5 82
2.1.3 CBOs member trained
1240
1213
2.1.4 Cross visit/study tour completed
25
26
2.1.5 Associations getting capacity dev.
Supports
8 13
2.1.6 Workshop conducted in regard to
output 2
15
5
7
utput 2: CB Formation and Development
(CBOs and farmers' associations formed and enabled to successfully
articulate their demands to local private and public service providers.)
Outputs Project
Target
Target Ior Jan-Jun
11 Period
Achievement end
of Reporting
Period
2.2 Study Tours
2.3.1 Int`l study tours conducted
0
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utput 3: Linkages & Support to the P.Sector
(inkages with the private sector improved to enable farmers to access
quality inputs and markets.)
Outputs Project
Target
Target Ior Jan-Jun
11 Period
Achievement end
of Reporting
Period
3.1 International and/or Local Consultant for De;. f Pri;ate Sector
# months consultancy service
6 0
3.2 Certification and Traceability Systems workshops/campaign for farmers/officials
# months consultancy service
6
0
3.3 Technical and Management Support to Pri;ate Sector
#months support to development oI PS
6 2
3.4 International Study Tours
# Study tour organized
0
# agreement signed
69
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utput 4: UP Capacity Building
(ocal government institutions in component areas enabled to adress the
expressed demands of the local community in relation to the areas of
fisheries and livestock development.)
Outputs Project
Target
Target Ior Jan-Jun
11 Period
Achievement end
of Reporting
Period
4.1 Capacity building of Union Parishad staff
# oI UP Chairmen/Members/Secretary
trained
149 544
# oI Events on Awareness Campaign
conducted in relation to output 4
30 4
# oI DoF-DLS OIIicials trained
40
0
# oI National Study tours conducted
-
0
10
utput 4: UP Capacity Building
(ocal government institutions in component areas enabled to adress the
expressed demands of the local community in relation to the areas of
fisheries and livestock development.)
Outputs Project
Target
Target Ior Jan-Jun
11 Period
Achievement end
of Reporting
Period
4.2 Block Grant (UP and CB
# oI UP directly received and
managing/disbursing (to CBOs and/or Farmers'
Groups) the BG
150 0
# oI UP monitored/supported implementation
oI BG schemes oI CBOs who are receiving
Iund Irom TSU
35 171
# oI UP received BG and themselves
implementing the BG schemes/proiect
through Ward Committee
50
0
# oI CBO received BG directly Irom TSU and
implementing schemes without involvement
oI UP
50
38
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utput 4: UP Capacity Building
(ocal government institutions in component areas enabled to adress the
expressed demands of the local community in relation to the areas of
fisheries and livestock development.)
Outputs Project
Target
Target Ior Jan-Jun
11 Period
Achievement end
of Reporting
Period
4.2 Block Grant (UP and CB
# oI District CBO Association received BG
Irom UP/UZ parisahd and implementing
schemes
3 -
# oI District CBO Association received BG
directly Irom TSU and implementing schemes
3
5
4.3 International Study Tours
# Study tour organized
0
12
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MEU Achievements During Jan MEU Achievements During Jan--Jun 2011: Jun 2011:
verall,
Completed 6 evaluation/assessment studies
Performed 9 major M&E activities (especially process/regular
monitoring)
Updated existing MIS with additional databases for
Tracing ocal Facilitators (Fs)
IGA Projects under UP Block Grant
CBO Capacity Assessment Ranks
CBO Executive Committee (EC) Profiles in addition to total members
gender segregation
RFDC B-TSU village Coverage Contrasting with BBS Village counts
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Periodic Evaluation/Studies
/Assessment Completed
SL
Eval. Studies and Assessments
Key Findings/Special Remarks
1 Evaluation of Cage Culture
Projects 2011
W Annual gross income (from 4 cycle) of farmers by
cage culture Tk. 210,000 and net income Tk. 65,145.
W The farmers are very interested due to their
involvement as secondary income source (cage
culture)
11 Periodic FFS Evaluation
Study covered 53,931 HH (23,371 HH having 100%
increased production from fisheries and livestock sub-
systems.
14 CB Capacity Assessment
2010
W Studied 223 CB out of 256 CB.
W 42.6% CBs practicing capacity building process and
positive trend towards progress.
16 Phase out/Pullout LFs
Evaluation 2011
W 741 LFs recruited against 652 approved plan.
W 309 phase out/pullout LFs (51.1% female & 38.9%
male) and 432 LFs continuing with CBs.
W 176 pullout LFs studied, annual income increase
58%, average net income Tk. 12,825.
17 Evaluation of
School/Madrasha Teachers
and Imam
W 59% community leaders oriented on fisheries and
livestock sub-systems, average 41% gained
knowledge.
W Average 30% oriented community leaders
referred/shared RFLDC activities with community
peoples.
W Average 20% oriented community leaders practicing
their learning activities.
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Implementation Status of MEU Plan of Activities Implementation Status of MEU Plan of Activities
Plan
Sl.
Activity Plan (Jan-Jun'11)
Complete
/Partial
Remarks/utcomes/
utputs/Reports Shared with
1 Knowledge test and Adoption Completed Shared results at DPCM
and Monthly PR at HQ
8 Monitoring Implementation Process
and Progress Reporting
Completed Progress status
presented at MPR at HQ
9 FFS HH data entry n-going Entry of FFs HH info
storage in progress
10 Monitoring/Conducting FFS PME
sessions
n-going Implemented in new
IFM-FFS
24 Representation in
DPCM/UPCM/Workshops
Participated Shared progress and
M&E results
25 Coordination/Harmonization
Noakhali MEU
Participated
& on-going
Harmonization minutes
and reports produced
26 Cross visit to Noakhali TSU Completed Reports produced
27 Prepare Draft Half/Annual Progress
Report
Completed Shared with JM and
Managers
29 Regular Updating of MIS n-going Added BG projects info,
LFs and Village info
Activity Types: Process/Regular Monitoring (9) Activity Types: Process/Regular Monitoring (9)
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Conclusions and Recommendations from MEU Conclusions and Recommendations from MEU
Existing spontaneous cooperation and
supports from TEU & AFU would be
continued.
Sharing documents on programming/
interventions would be provided before
events take place (if possible). This
would help us in identifying clear and
transparent process for monitoring any
activities.
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Conclusions and Recommendations Conclusions and Recommendations Contd Contd. .
Some field visits can be arranged jointly
(with participation of CDO/IDO/DMO/
UMO that would create scopes for
identification lessons learned issues with
common understanding.
We could provide and maintain a mind
setup of open dialogue in sensitive and
critical findings.
A best practice notion to look for gender
segregated data.

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