Baseline survey has been ongoing
Department: Good Governance
BACKGROUND OF THE PROJECT
Facilitation for Peace and Development (FAPAD) with support from Trocaire is implementing a one year project that builds on previous interventions with focus on governance and human rights. We believe that access to quality service delivery is a fundamental human right which if strengthened will improve quality of life among the population in Lango sub-region. Good governance department is therefore working to ensure that participation of women and men alongside improved responsiveness by duty bearers in post conflict Lango becomes a reality.
Title of the project
Strengthening access to quality service delivery by women and men in Lango sub-region
- To strengthen participation of women and men to improve access to quality service delivery
- To improve responsiveness of local government to quality service delivery in 18 target sub-counties.
Outcomes of the project
- Improved quality of life among men, women and children in Lango sub-region.
- Increased participation by men and women in decision making processes especially in the areas of production, education and health.
- Improved response by duty bearers to the concern of citizens in relation to service delivery.
Target category/group /beneficiaries of the project
Men, women and vulnerable children
Target number of the beneficiaries
The project will target 7,336 (4,500 Male and 2,836 Female) direct beneficiaries. However, 2,723 (1,923 Female and 800 Male) relevant stakeholders will indirectly benefit from the project.
Geographical location of the project
|District (s)||Sub County (s)|
|Lira||Barr, Agweng & Agali|
|Kole||Ayer, Akalo & Alito|
|Oyam||Iceme, Minakulu & Ngai|
Purpose (s) of activity above in regards to the project
It is meant to ascertain the current status of citizen participation in decision making processes and local government responsiveness to the demands of citizens in the project target areas so that indicators modified.
The approach will be Focus Group Discussion guided by the baseline survey tool (find it attached under Resources).
60 participants are expected to attend the survey from each target sub-county.