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"I am happy to become a Hamri Didi and plan to scale-up my business in the future", Suman Basnet
Thanks to Roshan’s guidance, Prem is now able to calculate the per unit cost of production and keeps track of the businesses income and expenditure.
Yuva Vayus like Nirmala Kumari Dhakal, a dairy farmer from Dailekh, are receiving training, coaching and technical support with the aim of empowering them to be champions of commercial farming and advocates of long term commercial agreements.
In 2017, staff from RAP3 CONNECT’s partner Organic Mountain Flavor Private Limited (OMF) visited Pavtira’s village and she heard about OMF’s contracts with fixed prices and additional support available including organic certification and small loans. Pavitra decided to join the farmer group and sign a contract with OMF.
Damara has successfully made the shift to commercial production and now her husband is also in involved in cultivating ginger. They have plans to expand production further and increase their income in the future.
Krishna Budha is a seed producer and Yuva Vayu in RAP3 CONNECT partner Hatemalo Seed Promotion Cooperative’s supply chain.
Around one quarter of Nepali people live on less than $1.90 a day according to the Asian Development Bank.
This briefing paper summarises the mechanism for managing the continual improvement (CI) process on RAP3. The overall process for CI Management is summarised in the diagram below, which is explained further in the remainder of this paper.
The RAP3 contract with DFID is one of a new type called results based. In essence payments of fees and project costs are tied to the delivery of a series of programme milestones and management is required to track these milestones to ensure sufficient cash flow to implement the programme. To try and ensure milestones are delivered to schedule it was decided to appoint Support Consultants in each district to assist planning and delivery of the project LRN objectives.
The results presented here are derived from the Trimesterly Report for November 2014 which completes the first year of implementation of the RAP3 programme. The results are grouped by LogFrame Outputs including 1) Employment, 2) LRN, 3) SED and 4) Capacity Building and compared with targets for Sept 2014 and trajectories to May 2015, 2016 and 2017.
Of the seven districts originally supported by the RTI Maintenance Pilot, Dailekh is now a RAP3 core district. In Year 2 it is proposed that Dadeldhura become a core district, pending agreement by the Steering Committee in November 2014. This means that the five remaining pilot districts have received four years of technical assistance from DFID towards achieving the SWAp objectives of GoN.
Over the last decade road safety has focused on the national level and the Strategic Road Network (SRN). Nepal Road Sector Assessment Study proposes a national Road Safety Act and the Road Safety PlanSpecific LRN issues need to be incorporated into these initiatives.
The Capacity Building Strategy for RAP3 supports GON ambitions for an RTI Sector Approach, (RTI SWAp) whose objectives are 1) to promote harmonisation of donor and GON activities in the sector; 2) adopt a single, GON-led, RTI policy and common approaches to RTI. 3) improve RTI governance and capacity at local and central levels of GON and 4) improve the performance of private sector.
With the Annual Reviews completed and the draft ASPs in the final stages of preparation, November and December will be spent drawing up the RAP Annual Implementation Plan for Implementation Year 2 (IY2). By mid November, before finalising component targets in detail, this concept note is to be circulated and discussed with GON, DFID and RAP3 to agree the strategic direction for IY2.