Country: South Asia
Value: USD 148.91K
Start Date: 2013-09-02
End Date: 2013-10-10
The objective of the Livelihood Recovery Appraisal was to evaluate the extent to which rural households have recovered in terms of livelihood and food security from 2012 and/or floods of 2010 and 2011 with a focus on Sindh, Baluchistan, and Punjab. To give insights on the impact and effectiveness of interventions designed to support livelihood and food security recovery. The major objective of LRA was to understand problems and issues that remain for livelihood recovery and the implications for future programming for the three different scenarios.
The services provided were the provision of Islamabad based one team leader and one national coordinator for the technical coordination of LRA-2013 who supported directly to FAO Emergency and Rehabilitation Coordination Unit (ERCU). Provision of three province-based support staff. Provision of 22 technical survey teams (composed of one supervisor, one female enumerator, and one male enumerator) to conduct 5,760 household-level interviews at the village level in 16 districts of Sindh (Kashmore, Jacobabad, and Shikarpur) Punjab (Rajanpur and D. G. Khan) and of Baluchistan (Naseerabad and Jafferabad). Provision of translation services for written questionnaires/data entry sheets. Provision of technical services for data entry performed at a central level in Islamabad as well as. Survey report submitted to the client after completion of field activity.