A List of field verification reports shows the status of verification activity. Findings and recommendations of verification reports are reviewed by management and fed into RAP3’s Continual Improvement Plan.
This report covers the progress of RAP3 over the second Trimester of FY 2073-74, 16th November 2016 to 15th March 2017. It provides data and information relating to progress of RAP3 over the last Trimester.
A Summary reviews the physical and financial progress of RAP at the end of the last Trimester. This shows cumulative physical progress in relation to the programme extended period i.e. June 2019. The programme physical progress has reached at 73.3%, time elapsed at 62.79% and financial progress at 66.12%, all nicely grouped. The summary also lists activities carried out last Trimester and those planned for the next Trimester.
RAP has tested a number of procedures for compensating RBGs who become injured whilst performing road-building tasks. RAP has insured RBG members through an insurance company against accidents during road construction activities. But the policies offered by the company did not cover all the issues and there was considerable delay on payment. Therefore, RAP revised and adopted an internal compensation policy in June 2006 and amended in July 2009, in March 2012, May 2014 and in August 2014 and in March 2017. Now based on these experiences, RAP intends to ‘self-insure’ i.e. absorb these medical treatment costs to compensate for the injured or disable or death cases as a project expenses.
The Rural Access Programme Phase 3 (RAP3) is an UKaid funded programme that aims to improve the livelihood of the poor people of the programme areas through increase in income and resilience through employment, sustainable access to markets and improved access to economic opportunities in the rural transport infrastructure. The workshop was organised on 12th and 13th of January, 2017 at Local Development Training Academy, Jawalakhel, Lalitpur. The workshop was scheduled from 8.30 am to 5.00 pm for two days.
The objectives of this workshop were:
- To review the progress/achievements being made in implementation of the programme last year and announce the extension of the programme up to 2019.
- To share experiences and lessons learnt.
- To discuss problems and challenges being faced during implementation and ways to resolve them.
- To provide constructive feedback for preparing implementation plan for next year.
As a results-based programme, RAP3 invoices against achievement of milestones and the targets set out in the LogFrame, which was endorsed by the Steering Committee on 29th January 2015. Achievement of the key results of the LogFrame is measured in May each year when DFID conducts its Annual Review.
IMC Worldwide Ltd (IMC) is committed to the Modern Slavery Act of 2015. We have always had a zero tolerance for corruption, bribery, forced work, and other unethical actions. We will continue to improve our processes and procedures to continuously combat such acts.
Health and Safety Guidelines (H&SG) are focused on the security and management of physical assets, staff health & safety and management procedures, with a view to identifying potential hazards and threats faced by the Rural Access Programme 3 (RAP3). These differ according to the operational area.
This report covers the progress of RAP3 over the third Trimester of FY 2073-74, 16th July to 15th November 2016. It provides data and information relating to progress of RAP3 over the last Trimester.
A Summary reviews the physical and financial progress of RAP at the end of the last Trimester. This shows cumulative physical progress at 88.5%, time elapsed at 89.13% and financial progress at 89.3%, all nicely grouped. The summary also lists activities carried out last Trimester and those planned for the next Trimester.
The programme continues to deliver significant results and has met most of the output targets for the year. In terms of the Local Road Network component, the programme has generated over 3 million employment days and supported over 72,000 households improve their income. The programme has maintained over 2,000kms of district core road network (with impressive access all year access round figures) along with 60KMs of new road being opened to 4.5m width. The results delivered are now independently verified using a separate MEL team. Over 13,000 training days have been carried out with the result that the Continuous Improvement Matrix (CIM) scores for districts continue to improve (over 7 out of a max of 10 in pilot districts). This provides the basis by which the GoN can take on the full running and management of the RAP programme.
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