Distribution of NFI’s IOM-United Nations!

Distribution of NFI’s IOM-United Nations!

In response to the humanitarian needs of the local communities that have been affected from the floods 2011 at District Naushahro Feroz, PRD Pakistan partnered with IOM Pakistan to provide and Distribute Non-Food Items to Flood Affectees of 2011 at District Naushahro Feroz.

Pre-Assessment Meetings: –

The first step was to hold the meetings with the local community influential’s and taking them onboard for the whole exercise, keeping in view the security risks and their support required throughout the process of the Assessment of the beneficiaries as well as the fair distribution.
Assessments of Beneficiaries:-

PRD Pakistan – Teams discovering the isolated pockets of flood affected families, conducted independent assessment in 7 union councils of District Naushahro Feroz for 500 families. The assessment was done in a way that all the families of particular village would be covered giving priority to female headed households, widows and disabled.

Token Distribution:-

Once the database was established PRD teams distributed the beneficiary tokens in the community, which were designed and developed at PRD Head office, having the signature of relevant team members with PRD stamp to avoid any duplications and unfair distribution. Only those beneficiaries who were registered at the time of assessment only received the NFIs during the distribution.

PRD Pakistan and IOM monitoring and evaluation system was adopted and for that purpose monitoring indicators were developed with the initiation of the project. The clear roles and responsibilities of teams involved in the monitoring were identified. The stakeholders and beneficiaries were also the part and parcel of the monitoring process

PRD-Pakistan staff has skills and capacity of good report writing. Besides, the project we would also hire key staff with expertise and skills in properly and professionally preparing the narrative and financial reports of the project activities if required. The local communities and other stakeholders were also included in the monitoring and evaluation process by sharing with them the project activities and monitoring reports and seeking their feedback on those reports for further improving the project activities.

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