Former Projects

UGA - Support to the Implementation of Kalangala District Development Plan (KDDP) 2006-2015

Recipient Uganda
Sector - DAC Multisector aid for basic social services - 16050
Type of Aid Project-Type interventions - C01

About the project

Project Number UGA43040-0602
Partners Ministry of Local Government, Kalangala District Local Government
Thereof Implementing Agent Local government Kalangala with ICEIDA support
Project Title: UGA - Support to the Implementation of Kalangala District Development Plan (KDDP) 2006-2015
Short Description:

The purpose of this project is to support Kalangala District in implementing their district development plan.

Long Description

The principal objective of this rural development project is to support the implementation of the Kalangala District Development Plan and through the preparation process four sectors were prioritised for support, namely administration, fisheries, education and health. In order to ensure maximum ownership, the project implementation is in the hands of the local government in Kalangala.

The support is aimed at four areas: administration, health care, education and fisheries, and is based on supporting the district authorities in Kalangala in reaching their goals on sustainable development and improved living conditions by 2015. In order to ensure that the ownership of the project lies with the locals, all organisation and planning was elaborated in cooperation with the stakeholders. Locals oversee the implementation of the project with the support of ICEIDA and in cooperation with ICEIDA staff. This is a ten-year project, 2006-2015, and is divided into four phases: the initial two-year phase from 2006-2008, implementation phase A between 2008-2010, implementation phase B in the years 2010-2013, and finally a two-year phase from 2013 to 2015, in which ICEIDA will gradually phase out its support.

The purpose of the project within the administration sector is “to support the district to achieve efficient and effective leadership, administration and management of public, civil society and private agencies in Kalangala district by 2015” . Effective administration in the district and successful cooperation with the private sector and grassroots movements will be promoted. In order to achieve the objectives, the aim is to develop the infrastructure, both buildings for administration in the districts and staff accommodation. The aim is towards effective administration with improved information gathering and more successful planning. A considerable part of the project concerns capacity building of the district staff.

The purpose of the project within the fisheries sector is to “facilitate and support the efforts of Kalangala District Local Government to achieve sustainable quality fisheries production and marketing in Kalangala District by 2015” . The objective of the project is to promote sustainable fishing and marketing in the whole district, as well as improved quality of fish products; to strengthen landing sites and train control officers at beach management units, as well as improve landing facilities in selected fishing villages. In these villages, five in number, access to clean water will be improved, as well as sanitation facilities and waste disposal. These villages will be models for other villages in the district when these will be planned in the future.

The purpose of the project within the education sector is to “facilitate and support the efforts of Kalangala District Local government to achieve equitable access for the citizens to quality primary and secondary education in Kalangala District by 2015” . The ICEIDA project has the objective to train teachers and school administrators in various aspects of school work. Engage and mobilise parents in the school-work so as to attract more children to primary schools, where they will complete their primary education. A further part of the project will be to develop infrastructure, e.g. the building of dormitories and school kitchens.

The purpose of the project within the health sector is to “facilitate and support the efforts of Kalangala District Local Government to achieve equitable access of the population to quality health services by 2015” . The project will offer staff training in various aspects of basic health care. Village health teams will be trained to provide education and deal with the most common diseases in cooperation with trained health care professionals. FALP Instructors will be mobilised in this work whereas they can be found in each village and relate well to the villagers. Access to basic services will be improved through regular integrated outreaches to the villages and services for the HIV-infected will be increased. Facilities at clinics will be improved through access to electricity and water.

 

Period

Commitment Year 2006
Final Year 2015

Cross-cutting issues

Gender ..
Environment One of the immediate objectives is achieving sustainable quality fisheries production and marketing in the whole district.

Documents

PD External Evaluations Other Internal Documents
UGA-KDDP-Project-Document-2006-2015 UGA-KDDP-Mid-Term-Review-ICEIDA's-Support-to-the-KDDP,-2010 UGA - KDDPAssessment-of-the-Capacity-of-Kalangala-District-to-Manage-Donor-Funds-With-a-special-focus-on-KDDP-project-funded-by-ICEIDA,-Aug-2011

Budget

ICEIDA Amount $5.760.000
Local Cost $1.240.000
Total Project Cost $7.000.000

Aid Effectiveness

Is this contribution aid to the government sector? Yes

Use of partner country public financial management systems
Are Partner Country budget systems used? Yes
Are partner country financial reporting systems used? No
Are partner country audit systems used? No
Are all 3 partner country public financial management systems used? No
Are partner country procurement systems used? Yes

Use of programme based approaches
Does the contribution fit within a single programme/budget framework? Yes
Is the contribution led by the host country/organisation? Yes
Is there a process for co-ordinating donors? Yes
Are at least 2 partner country systems being used? Yes
Is this a programme based approach? Yes