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Outputs

  1. Bagh neighborhood group CBDRM action plans preparedBy 2018:

    120 bagh neighborhood groups registered with bagh governor (of which at least 20% have female leaders; with at least 45% female membership) (Baseline 2016: 0)

    At least 90 bagh neighborhood groups have CBDRM action plans signed off by bagh governors

    (Baseline 2016: 0)

    By 2019:

    At least 150 households in soum centers and 500 households outside the soum centers receive training in CBDRM (at least 35% of participants are women)

    (Baseline 2016: 0)

    12 soum emergency response plans are expanded to integrate neighborhood CBDRM action plans

    (Baseline 2016: 0)

2. Small-scale infrastructure, equipment, and technology for disaster resilience piloted

By 2019:

At least 5,000 bagh residents are accessing improved infrastructure and equipment (of which at least 40% are female)

(Baseline 2016: 0)

At least 60 bagh neighborhood groups have improved designs or materials for building livestock shelters or fodder storage facilities (of which at least 20% are female-headed)

(Baseline 2016: 0)

At least 150 bagh residents have access to an improved water source (of which at least 40% are women) (Baseline 2016: 0)

At least 2 soums are using pilot forest fire early warning system

(Baseline 2016: 0)

5 soums have firebreaks

(Baseline 2016: 0)

3. CBDRM capacity of NEMA, LEMAs, and soum administrations strengthened

By 2019:

At least  60 NEMA and LEMA staff trained in local disaster preparedness and CBDRM (of which at least 20% are women)

(Baseline 2016: 0)

4 LEMAs better prepared for emergency response and CBDRM (Baseline 2016: 0)

At least 20 staff from NEMA and LEMA are using GIS to update and apply disaster data (Baseline 2016: 1)

At least 100 participants attend the final review symposium (at least 35% of which are women)

(Baseline 2016: 0)