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Internally displaced ethnic Tamils who were fleeing the uncleared village of Vakarai in
eastern Batticaloa district arrive at Rideetenna, about 210 kilometers northeast of Colombo,
Sri Lanka on Saturday, December 16 2006. (Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)
                                    Consolidated Appeals Process (CAP)

The CAP is much more than an appeal for money. It is an inclusive and coordinated programme cycle of:

       strategic planning leading to a Common Humanitarian Action Plan (CHAP);
       resource mobilisation (leading to a Consolidated Appeal or a Flash Appeal);
       coordinated programme implementation;
       joint monitoring and evaluation;
       revision, if necessary; and
       reporting on results.

The CHAP is a strategic plan for humanitarian response in a given country or region and includes the following
elements:

       a common analysis of the context in which humanitarian action takes place;
       an assessment of needs;
       best, worst, and most likely scenarios;
       stakeholder analysis, i.e. who does what and where;
       a clear statement of longer-term objectives and goals;
       prioritised response plans; and
       a framework for monitoring the strategy and revising it if necessary.

The CHAP is the foundation for developing a Consolidated Appeal or, when crises break or natural disasters
strike, a Flash Appeal. Under the leadership of the Humanitarian Coordinator, the CHAP is developed at the
field level by the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) Country Team. This team mirrors the IASC
structure at headquarters and includes UN agencies and standing invitees, i.e. the International Organization
for Migration, the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, and NGOs that belong to ICVA, Interaction, or
SCHR. Non-IASC members, such as national NGOs, can be included, and other key stakeholders in
humanitarian action, in particular host governments and donors, should be consulted.

The Humanitarian Coordinator is responsible for the annual preparation of the consolidated appeal document.
The document is launched globally each November to enhance advocacy and resource mobilisation. An
update, known as the Mid-Year Review, is to be presented to donors in July 2007.

Donors provide resources to appealing agencies directly in response to project proposals. The Financial
Tracking Service (FTS), managed by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
(OCHA), is a database of donor contributions and can be found on www.reliefweb.int/fts

In sum, the CAP works to provide people in need the best available protection and assistance, on time.




                  ORGANISATIONS PARTICIPATING IN CONSOLIDATED APPEALS DURING 2007:

AARREC                 CESVI                  GSLG                  OCHA                  UNAIDS
AASAA                  CHFI                   HDO                   OCPH                  UNDP
ABS                    CINS                   HI                    ODAG                  UNDSS
Abt Associates         CIRID                  HISAN - WEPA          OHCHR                 UNESCO
ACF/ACH/AAH            CISV                   Horn Relief           PARACOM               UNFPA
ACTED                  CL                     INTERSOS              PARC                  UN-HABITAT
ADRA                   CONCERN                IOM                   PHG                   UNHCR
Africare               COOPI                  IRC                   PMRS                  UNICEF
AGROSPHERE             CORD                   IRD                   PRCS                  UNIFEM
AHA                    CPAR                   IRIN                  PSI                   UNMAS
ANERA                  CRS                    JVSF                  PU                    UNODC
ARCI                   CUAMM                  MALAO                 RFEP                  UNRWA
ARM                    CW                     MCI                   SADO                  UPHB
AVSI                   DCA                    MDA                   SC-UK                 VETAID
CADI                   DRC                    MDM                   SECADEV               VIA
CAM                    EMSF                   MENTOR                SFCG                  VT
CARE                   ERM                    MERLIN                SNNC                  WFP
CARITAS                EQUIP                  NA                    SOCADIDO              WHO
CCF                    FAO                    NNA                   Solidarités           WVI
CCIJD                  GAA (DWH)              NRC                   SP                    WR
CEMIR Int’l            GH                     OA                    STF                   ZOARC
CENAP
                                              TABLE OF CONTENTS


1.       CONTEXT ....................................................................................................................................... 1


2.       OVERALL PLANNING ASSUMPTIONS ....................................................................................... 4


3.       HUMANITARIAN CONSEQUENCES ............................................................................................ 5


4.       PRIORITIES FOR HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE ......................................................................... 7


5.       PROJECTS................................................................................................................................... 24
     PROTECTION / HUMAN RIGHTS / RULE OF LAW ...................................................................................... 24
     SHELTER AND NON-FOOD ITEMS .......................................................................................................... 35
     W ATER & SANITATION ......................................................................................................................... 44
     FOOD .................................................................................................................................................. 55
     HEALTH............................................................................................................................................... 59
     EDUCATION ......................................................................................................................................... 67
     AGRICULTURE ..................................................................................................................................... 72
     ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND INFRASTRUCTURE ...................................................................................... 82
     SECURITY ........................................................................................................................................... 92
     COORDINATION AND SUPPORT SERVICES ............................................................................................. 93


ANNEX I. DONOR RESPONSE TO THE 2006 COMMON HUMANITARIAN ACTION PLAN ......... 111


ANNEX II. ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS .............................................................................. 129


ANNEX III. IASC COUNTRY TEAM IN SRI LANKA .......................................................................... 132




        Please note that appeals are revised regularly. The latest version of this
             document is available on http://www.humanitarianappeal.net




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1.         CONTEXT
By December 2006, upheavals of violence and periods of intense confrontation at local level became
a recurring reality. The Ceasefire Agreement (CFA) is under severe strain. As none of the signatories
have formally renounced their commitment, the CFA is technically still valid and exists as an
agreement albeit frequently violated. But the future outlook gives further reason for serious concern,
with the non-state actor publicly stating (November 27) that the peace process was defunct.

Fighting in the North and East continued to cause humanitarian consequences exacerbating the plight
of populations affected by past fighting and by the tsunami. As of 20 December 2006 the figure of
fatalities in the conflict reached 3,671 (Ministry of Defence/National Security Media Centre statistics)
including increasing number of civilian casualties.

New displacements since April 2006 have reached 216,127 (as of 29 December 2006) as verified by
the Government Agents (GAs) of respective districts and the United Nations High Commission for
Refugees (UNHCR). Besides the registered internally displaced persons (IDPs), an increasing
proportion of the general population across a number of areas in the North and East is affected by the
conflict.

Access to the North through both the main supply route A9 and by sea has been restricted thus
impeding supply of essential humanitarian aid to the affected population. Uncleared areas in
Batticaloa and Trincomalee are also faced with access considerations leaving thousands vulnerable.
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The Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC ), donors, and the International Committee of the Red
Cross (ICRC) are in regular contact with the Government of Sri Lanka (GoSL) for the shipment of relief
supplies and facilitating humanitarian access. The GAs, the Ministry of Disaster Management and
Human Rights (MDMHR), and the Consultative Committee on Humanitarian Assistance (CCHA) are
key institutions engaged in the process.

This Common Humanitarian Action Plan (CHAP) builds on the projects first presented in August 2006.
Reflecting on developments thereafter related to the security and humanitarian situation, this CHAP
was developed by the IASC members in Sri Lanka in consultation with relevant government agencies
to jointly assist affected populations. The platform intends to address established and evolving
emergency humanitarian needs in order to complement the on-going efforts of the GoSL throughout
2007.

At the time of the launch the present plan includes 72 projects (with durations varying from 6 to 12
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months) totalling US$ 66 million.     Required adjustments including possible extensions will be
discussed within the Mid-Term Review process.




1 Organisations in the IASC Country Team are shown in Annex III.
2 All dollar figures in this document are United States dollars. Funding for this plan should be reported to the Financial Tracking Service
(FTS, fts@reliefweb.int), which will display its requirements and funding on the CAP 2007 page.

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Table I: Summary of Requirements – By Appealing Organisation and By Sector




                   Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2007
                       Summary of Requirements - By Appealing Organisation
                                              as of 10 January 2007
                                              http://www.reliefweb.int/fts


            Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by the respective appealing organisation.


    Appealing Organisation                                                        Original Requirements
                                                                                              (US$)

    A.S.I.A ONLUS                                                                                         329,000
    ACTED                                                                                                 350,000
    ACTIONARM                                                                                             695,000
    Arche Nova                                                                                                49,838
    ASB                                                                                                       60,000
    ASM                                                                                                   266,111
    CCF                                                                                                   258,600
    DRC                                                                                                 1,043,427
    FAO                                                                                                 4,724,430
    FCE                                                                                                   505,400
    GUS                                                                                                   194,940
    HELP                                                                                                  192,700
    ICEI                                                                                                  115,591
    ILO                                                                                                   493,380
    IOM                                                                                                   600,000
    IRD                                                                                                   215,250
    LJSSS                                                                                                 223,818
    Muslim Aid                                                                                            110,000
    NRC                                                                                                   935,345
    NVPF                                                                                                  200,800
    NWMTI                                                                                                 131,400
    OCHA                                                                                                2,896,678
    OHCHR                                                                                                 454,500
    OXFAM                                                                                               1,067,000
    PIN                                                                                                   241,700
    SCiSL                                                                                                 330,000
    SLF                                                                                                 1,180,159
    SOLIDAR INGO CONSORTIUM                                                                               764,080
    TDGSA                                                                                                 101,852
    UMCOR                                                                                               2,605,000
    UNDP                                                                                                  649,490
    UNDSS (previously UNSECOORD)                                                                          624,418
    UNFPA                                                                                                 500,000
    UNHCR                                                                                             15,836,705
    UNICEF                                                                                              2,144,500




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                   Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2007
                      Summary of Requirements - By Appealing Organisation
                                              as of 8 January 2007
                                             http://www.reliefweb.int/fts


           Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by the respective appealing organisation.


    Appealing Organisation                                                       Original Requirements
                                                                                             (US$)

    WFP                                                                                              23,622,217
    WHO                                                                                                1,062,510
    WV Sri Lanka                                                                                         405,016
    ZOA Refugee Care                                                                                         56,389

    Grand Total                                                                                     66,237,244

The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of
8 January 2007. For continuously updated information on projects, funding requirements, and
contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




                   Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2007
                                 Summary of Requirements - by Sector
                                              as of 8 January 2007
                                             http://www.reliefweb.int/fts


           Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by the respective appealing organisation.

    Sector Name                                                                  Original Requirements
                                                                                             (US$)

   AGRICULTURE                                                                                         6,174,211

   COORDINATION AND SUPPORT SERVICES                                                                   3,776,903

   ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND INFRASTRUCTURE                                                                2,754,970

   EDUCATION                                                                                           1,307,110

   FOOD                                                                                              24,254,617

   HEALTH                                                                                              3,031,766

   PROTECTION/HUMAN RIGHTS/RULE OF LAW                                                                 8,750,363

   SECURITY                                                                                              624,418

   SHELTER AND NON-FOOD ITEMS                                                                        12,993,595

   WATER AND SANITATION                                                                                2,569,291


   Grand Total                                                                                     66,237,244

The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of
8 January 2007. For continuously updated information on projects, funding requirements, and contributions
to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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2.      OVERALL PLANNING ASSUMPTIONS
The peace process remains stymied in the first half of 2007. Open hostilities continue to flare up
frequently. Terrorist acts and general violence such as ambushes, mine attacks, abductions and
targeted killings further intensify. Artillery shelling, aerial bombings and claymore mines cause civilian
casualties and damage to property, disrupting the lives of thousands. Forced recruitment of youth and
children to replenish lost cadres persists.

Vulnerable groups extend beyond IDP caseloads; differentiation between the two categories is vague,
aside from loss of shelter. As coping mechanisms are depleted, affected communities become
vulnerable to repercussions of long-term relief dependency in areas in the North and East, some
requiring more assistance than others. Public service facilities are weakened and face increasing
difficulties in coping with the emergency situation. Affected areas that need humanitarian support
include the Wanni, Jaffna, Vavuniya, Mannar, Trincomalee, Batticaloa and Ampara. The displaced
population is estimated to be between 200,000 and 400,000 persons.

An increasing number of humanitarian and development projects of post-conflict and post-tsunami
plans and programmes are disrupted or come to a complete halt due to insecurity and shrinking of
operational space.




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3.      HUMANITARIAN CONSEQUENCES
A number of rapid assessments have been undertaken by operational agencies for planning purposes
between September and December 2006 in the North and East. Inter-agency assessments were
conducted in affected areas every time new displacement occurred as well as targeted food
security/nutrition and health assessments in Jaffna in November-December. The UN Programmes &
Operations Group is introducing in 2007 an electronic system for comprehensive emergency rapid
assessments based on DevInfo/Emergencyinfo technology with the pilot project tested in Batticaloa in
October and updated in the last week of December.

Protection of civilians/ human rights
The human rights situation continues to deteriorate in the conflict-affected districts. While most
violence has been confined to skirmishes between the government and the LTTE, there has been a
shift towards generalisation of violence with greater intensity in military confrontations. Increasing
human rights violations such as extortion, forced recruitment of adults and children, abductions and
killings have negatively affected the populations in the conflict-affected regions. Restrictions on
movement of civilians in some areas prevented people from leaving conflict zones, with serious
consequences for their safety.          The GoSL has established a new Commission of Inquiry and
International Observer Group to investigate killings and disappearances. This has the potential to hold
accountable those responsible, as well as helping to prevent future violations. With the agreement of
the GoSL, steps have also been taken to strengthen the capacity of the UN Country Team on human
rights issues. Efforts are also underway to strengthen coordination on human rights among UN
agencies, other protection actors such as ICRC and the Sri Lanka Monitoring Mission (SLMM),
national institutions, and civil society.

Displacement
New and multiple displacements had taken place in all of the conflict-affected locations with the largest
caseloads in Jaffna, the Wanni, Trincomalee and Batticaloa. Having fled their homes, these groups
have taken refuge in numerous public buildings and emergency sites hastily prepared by agencies
and the government, or they have found accommodation with host families. IDP sites have become
congested and lacking in adequate shelter, food, medicine and other facilities. Children become
separated from their families during displacement. Lack of privacy and community-based protection in
the IDP sites also leads to an increased risk of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV). Due to the
access restrictions in uncleared areas, humanitarian agencies have been unable to roll out full
capacity to respond to the increased numbers, thus leaving many with bare minimum assistance or
none at all for long periods of time. Overstretched government offices in the periphery have not been
able to cope with the complexities involved in such relief operations. The deteriorating security
environment continues to hamper relief efforts. Assisting all displaced groups on an equitable basis
remains a challenge.

Impact on social cohesion
Renewed fighting and communal incidents in the North and East have lead to fear and mistrust
between newly displaced and long-term displaced communities, between displaced communities and
host communities, and between the different communities and local authorities, police and security
forces. Therefore, there is a strong need for measures designed to increase the confidence and trust
of the affected population among different communities and with local authorities, the armed forces
and law enforcement agencies.

Food aid and food security
Food production capacities and food purchasing power of both IDPs and vulnerable communities have
been seriously weakened in many areas of the North and East, denying households the ability to meet
their food needs. In addition, security concerns, logistical constraints and lack of access have
restricted food assistance by more than 50% over the last nine months. This scarcity of food has
contributed to population migration and has already triggered pockets of malnutrition. In the short
term, both the displaced population (living in temporary camps, with host families or staying in the
open) and economically affected communities will remain almost completely dependent on food
assistance and food security interventions due to their loss of livelihoods and lack of prospects for
return.

Food security and nutrition assessments by FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization), UNICEF
(United Nations Children’s Fund), and WFP (World Food Programme) suggest that next year’s crop


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and vegetable harvests will be insufficient due to lack of quality seeds, fertilizer, fuel and other
agricultural inputs. Veterinary drugs and vaccines are unavailable, impeding animal health as well as
milk and meat production, further reducing the coping mechanisms of farming households. Producers
are therefore being forced to crash-sell or consume their already depleted seeds and breeding stocks.
Many fishermen have lost their livelihoods due to the various fishing bans. Those who can fish are
often unable to sell their catch outside the local community due to the reduced trade infrastructure,
especially in Jaffna and the Vanni. Traders in isolated areas are also suffering from their inability to
access outside markets to sell or re-supply and decreased purchasing power.

Therefore, there is a need to address the food, food security and nutrition needs of the displaced and
economically affected groups, ensuring equity of assistance.

Economic recovery and livelihoods
The black market, hoarding, rising labour costs and prices of goods, and the shrinking of informal
economic networks had led to business enterprises closing down. The deteriorating economic
situation had caused many to go into debt, sell off their productive assets, or even leave them behind
(as is the case in Batticaloa and Trincomalee), curtailing their ability to support themselves and their
families. Restricted movements of goods and people to or from affected areas are primary
impediments to economic recovery in Jaffna, Kilinochchi and Mullaitivu, as well as in various pockets
throughout the North-East. The lack of access has disrupted supply chains and prevents production
inputs from getting to the affected communities, as well as restricting the transport of finished goods to
external markets. Livelihoods have been afflicted with rising unemployment, exhaustion of coping
mechanisms and the risk of skill loss, potentially pushing communities into impoverishment or vicious
poverty. In fishing communities in Jaffna, over 80,000 people are impacted by security measures as
they are only permitted to fish up to four hours per day, and are permitted limited or no use of
motorised boats. There are general fishing bans in a number of areas. At the same time, local
economies and of host communities are disrupted as they struggle to cope with the added strain of the
burgeoning population, while simultaneously being affected by issues of access.

Service structures
Public health and disease containment services remain affected due to impacts on resources and
staff. The existing central-periphery supply chain is overloaded and inadequate to face large-scale
emergency situations or outbreaks of water- or vector-borne diseases and hygiene-related illnesses.
The increasing numbers of IDPs results in stress on the already weak water and sanitation services,
compounding further these risks, especially among the most vulnerable groups in the affected
population such as women and children. Due to recurrent or extended closure of schools children
miss vital learning opportunities, and the occasion for classes as a respite from conflict-related
emotions. Their coping mechanisms are further eroded, and those who are already vulnerable
become even more susceptible to the impacts of the conflict. Continued disruption in education has
both far-reaching implications as well as more immediate consequences, which include increased
disparity between IDPs and host communities, greater strain on human and material resources to
support normal child development, insufficient provision of appropriate psychosocial support, and
inability to ensure a minimum level of protection for vulnerable children.

Humanitarian Access
Humanitarian access by agencies to the conflict areas is limited due to the restricted general access
and also closure of Forward Defense Lines and curfews. This has particular consequences for Jaffna,
the uncleared areas in the North, in Trincomalee and in Vaharai in Batticaloa, with thousands urgently
in need of humanitarian aid, especially food-related assistance. Security concerns, logistical
constraints and lack of access have restricted food assistance by more than fifty% over the last nine
months. Humanitarian programmes continue to face restrictions in terms of operational space.
Numerous projects, especially in Trincomalee and Batticaloa, had halted or closed down prematurely,
and staff exhaustion and turnover had been high in the field. Further, certain media reports
questioning the neutrality of humanitarian actors have influenced relations with government and
INGOs. As a result of shortages of construction material, or able technical staff, compounded by limits
on transport of material to uncleared areas, a range of large or new constructions had either slowed
down or been suspended. Such events would further aggravate the already existing services and
development gap between the north and the south of the country, which had been a core argument
throughout the length of the conflict.




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4.           PRIORITIES FOR HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE
(Sector leads shown in parentheses.)

Protection/human rights (UNHCR, UNICEF and partners)
The UN and other protection agencies have in the last months continuously monitored the protection
situation of persons in places of displacement, including those staying with host families, and of
returned IDPs. Agencies identified protection concerns and planned and implemented appropriate
protection responses. In view of the deteriorating security and protection environment in the North
and East, these protection activities need to be continued, intensified and enhanced. In particular
monitoring and reporting, follow-up and advocacy with the relevant government institutions, enhanced
civil documentation programmes, and training and workshops on human rights and how to respond to
respective protection issues for government bodies, including the armed forces and the police. To
enhance freedom of movement and humanitarian assistance access to IDPs, the government will be
supported in the registration process by way of augmentation efforts to replace National Identity Cards
and other civil documentation, and building capacity of Divisional Secretariats to undertake effective
registration.

A particular priority is the protection of children in situations of armed conflicts and displacement. To
mitigate the risk of child recruitment, and to respond to the needs of children who have been released,
a child protection coordination network and community-based child protection systems will be
supported in collaboration with the relevant government agencies. The vulnerability of separated or
unaccompanied children will be reduced by systematic registration and tracing of these children and
family members. Child-friendly spaces, psychosocial assistance and other such activities will be
carried out to help children recover from the impact of displacement and/or recruitment. Furthermore,
education campaigns and physical rehabilitation services will be conducted to reduce the impacts of
mines and unexploded ordnance (UXO) on children.

Sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) is mainly addressed by monitoring and individual
casework, and awareness raising workshops. However, more data have to be collected and analysed
comprehensively, to devise an effective prevention strategy. The protection networks will also ensure
that the referral mechanisms are working efficiently.

The physical security of IDPs in welfare centres and camps will be enhanced by protection measures
such as building security fences and installing solar powered security lights. However, further security
measures need to be introduced in close collaboration with the Government.

Surveys on IDPs living with host families were conducted and further emphasis will be placed on
addressing their protection and assistance needs. Confidence-building and stabilisation measures
(CBSM) will continue to be implemented as a rapid response to early warning signs of inter-ethnic
tensions or violence among IDP communities, and between IDP communities and host communities,
as well as to reduce mistrust between these communities and authorities, the police and security
forces. Measures include the establishment and capacity-building of IDP Advocacy Groups and
Peace Committees, and negotiations and reconciliation meetings with the communities.

Shelter/site management/non-food relief items (UNHCR and partners)
By the end of 2006, approximately 4,000 emergency shelters will have been constructed in the North
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and East of the country. However shelter site management and non-food relief item (NFRI)
distribution will remain a priority into 2007. Continued displacement will require increasing resources,
particularly in the development of new displacement sites as space within communal buildings and
with host families becoming exhausted. Shelter assistance through shelter support packages, and in
some instances tents, will continue. In addition, upgrading of some previously erected emergency
shelters may also be necessary given the extended displacement faced by some IDP families. The
Shelter Coordination Cell (SCC) will develop and distribute guidelines for shelter construction that will
allow for the differing situations within the individual districts. These guidelines will cover design and
durability, as well as considerations for site surveys and materials. Family shelter support packages
will provide construction tools and other items which cannot be sourced on a sustainable basis by the
families themselves, such as drums for making mud bricks, cadjan (natural roofing material), plastic



3   This term, commonly used in Sri Lanka, means the same as non-food item (NFI).

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sheeting and nails. Further, due to losing their belongings and possessions during displacement,
families will further need provision of NFRI for their daily living.

In certain areas, camp-like situations have occurred and are expected to continue. To this end,
services for campsite selection, planning and management will be offered by selected organisations.
It is imperative that proper camp site selection processes be undertaken by ad hoc technical
committees comprised of GoSL authorities, UN agencies, the SCC, NGOs, and recognised IDP
leaders, utilising proven site selection criteria and internationally recognised planning standards.
Shelter planning and management also need to take into consideration women’s perspectives and the
specific needs of children. While immediate assistance to the people displaced is necessary, the
return option should be assessed regularly, and as such, investments in infrastructure should follow
the return process as soon as conditions are deemed safe.

Water, environmental sanitation, hygiene (WASH) (UNICEF and partners)
Addressing the risks faced by the sector will require establishing safe water sources for drinking and
cooking purposes; setting up temporary facilities for washing and personal hygiene while paying
special attention to privacy and proper disposal of waste water; construction of temporary latrines
ensuring privacy and security, particularly for women and children; construction of water, sanitation
and bathing facilities for people with special physical needs; and establishing appropriate and
community-managed systems for proper drainage and solid waste disposal. In the planning and
design of water and sanitation facilities, women and women leaders and adolescents will need to be
systematically consulted with important decisions formally agreed by the group through participatory
methods. In addition, both host and IDP communities will participate in the hygiene promotion
activities and in the operation and maintenance of the water and sanitation facilities. The IDPs will be
involved in the decisions related to the installation and maintenance of the water and sanitation
facilities. Special attention will be paid to support women and girls with dealing with their menstruation
needs. In addition, special mosquito mitigation activities will be implemented with active involvement
of IDPs and host families to reduce mosquito access to living places and to reduce breeding sources
within and around shelters.

Food/nutrition (WFP and partners)
Actions are required to address scarcity of food and other goods, rising prices, decreased earnings
and disruptions in trade. Both short- and long-term activities are needed to support income generation
and strengthen food security among affected livelihoods groups. This includes strategic alternatives
for closure of key transport routes. Existing food assistance programmes such as school feeding and
nutritional rehabilitation, which had broken down in many areas, will need to be revived to ease the
risks among most vulnerable groups. As the conflict-affected areas are already suffering from high
levels of malnutrition among children and increased food shortages in terms of quantity, quality and
variety, particular attention will need to be paid to the nutritional requirements of small children and
pregnant and lactating women. There is a need to address the food and nutrition needs of the
displaced and economically affected groups alike, to ensure equity among all vulnerable groups.

Health (WHO and partners)
The persistence of displacement and road access constraints in the northern districts, in particular
Jaffna, worsens the overall health and nutritional status of the IDPs and the host communities.
Increasing number of suicides and acute psychiatric diseases constitute a major problem during the
conflict. The overstretched health facilities are providing health care services to IDPs with
international support, in particular NGOs. However, the access to health services is generally reduced
and there are worrying setbacks on the immunisation coverage. A further possible influx of IDPs
would undermine the capacity of the health system to respond to the increasing demands. It is
necessary to continue addressing the health needs of the displaced population supporting the
functioning of the public health facilities with the necessary medicine, equipment and supplies and
providing further emergency relief.

During the month of November outbreaks of Chikunguniya fever have been reported in different
districts. The rapid spreading of the disease shows that present control strategies are inadequate to
prevent mosquito breeding. The increase of other mosquito-borne diseases like Dengue fever and
malaria can be expected, in particular among the displaced population. It requires the immediate
strengthening of control measures, the provision of the necessary supplies to the MOH, the
distribution of mosquito nets to vulnerable groups, and the improvement of preventive strategies
based on communication and behavioural changes.


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In order to contribute to mitigating the risks encountered by civilians exposed to the violence, it is
needed to support the timely and quality treatment to sick and injured, (including sexual and
reproductive health), ensure that health needs of all the age groups are covered, using the life-cycle
approach, provide technical expertise to local authorities for the coordination and monitoring of the
public health situation, and address the psycho-social discomfort and the related mental health
problems, including the increasing number of suicides and acute psychiatric diseases, contribute to
mitigating the risk encountered by civilians exposed to the violence.

Education (UNICEF and partners)
Displacement, fear and prolonged conflict continue to have a very direct and profound impact on
children’s education. Children are particularly vulnerable during crisis, and structured learning
environments can provide a much-needed protective environment where they can continue to develop
skills, find support from teachers and peers, and engage in supportive activities. Schools are often
used as the first point in the provision of emergency shelter, and disruptions to normal class activities
range from short- to medium-term as communities accommodate displaced populations. As the
immediate period following displacement or conflict is the time when children and their families require
the most assistance, it is imperative that appropriate and flexible programming be provided until the
situation allows for a full return to formal education. Essential responses include provision of timely
and appropriate programming for children of all ages, training sessions that target the immediate
needs of education personnel, and provision of essential learning and teaching supplies. Necessary
assessments and monitoring systems must be in place to gauge the situation and ensure immediate
and effective response to community-based needs.

Agriculture and food security (FAO and partners)
The most vulnerable IDPs and host communities are increasingly denied access to good quality and
affordable food. Ensuring their basic food security and increased food production capacity is of
paramount importance. Immediate coordinated agricultural assistance is required, including the timely
provision of essential inputs, the re-establishment of traditional (and promotion of alternative) coping
mechanisms, and the provision of post-harvest loss reduction training. Seeds must be planted at the
beginning of the rainy season, meaning FAO and its partners must procure, test, certify, pack and pre-
position quality agricultural supplies during the 2007 dry season (i.e. before the rains start). It is
absolutely crucial that timely funding is provided, as seeds delivered late are useless. It is also
imperative to bring the marginalised poor back into the mainstream of economic activities through
local empowerment and training to reaffirm their sense of self-reliance and to rekindle their hopes for
the future. The involvement of women in agricultural and livestock production activities for poverty
reduction should especially be supported. A concerted FAO/WFP/UNICEF effort will ensure that
vulnerable households are provided with immediate food assistance together with the means to plant
crops for the next harvest, increasing food production, improving child nutrition and restoring
livelihoods. Fishing communities who had been denied access to vital fishing supplies, which
traditionally provide the affordable cheap animal proteins from renewable resources, as well as
essential veterinary drugs and vaccines for the protecting milk and meat producing livestock, will be
further addressed.

Economic recovery and infrastructure (UNDP and partners)
The support required to address the needs in this sector is twofold. The first element will seek to
provide alternative income generation prospects that are viable in the current situation, while the
second is to create immediate employment opportunities by using a cash-for-work approach to labour-
intensive public works. Promoting alternative income sources will primarily target displaced persons in
host communities and camps who have lost their traditional income sources due to their continued
movements. The second aspect will target a broader group, as employment will be created for both
residents and IDPs, while the infrastructure and other works carried out will give long-term benefits to
the host communities. This will serve to reduce the economic and social pressure on host
communities, and prevent the potential flashpoint that this strain can cause. Finally, community
infrastructure projects will be geared towards alleviating access issues, by way of improving transport
roads and facilitating the movement of goods and people. Disruptions to supply chains, both on the
import of production inputs and moving finished goods to markets, will be substantially reduced
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Security (UNDSS)
Due to the prevailing security situation there is a need to immediately improve the UNDSS security
management capacity. This action would enable various agencies to safely implement humanitarian
assistance programmes to the affected populations by any means such as land, sea or air in the
defined volatile environment (north and east). This effort would require enhanced civil-military
coordination with the government. To ensure provision of professional support, DSS must strengthen
its current capacity including for training of staff in the implementation of security standards.

Logistics (WFP and partners)
On behalf of the IASC Country Team (IASC CT) and in conjunction with the government, the
logistics/telecom operation will continue to create and utilise logistics hubs in several key locations for
facilitating the delivery of food and non-food supplies to the North and East for newly displaced
populations. These logistics hubs will support the delivery of humanitarian assistance by all UN/IASC
CT agencies and the government to affected populations.

By continuing UN-chartered commercial flights to Jaffna, the United Nations Humanitarian Air Service
(UNHAS) will complement GoSL relief efforts and provide inter-agency logistics support to
humanitarian operations benefiting up to 600,000 people at risk in Jaffna. The air service, with its
flights being cleared by the MoD, will ensure reliable, regular and safe transport for humanitarian
personnel and emergency relief items.

Coordination (UN HC/OCHA, IASC CT)
The IASC CT membership led by the UN Humanitarian Coordinator will act as the main framework for
humanitarian coordination in close cooperation with the GoSL. OCHA will continue to serve as the
secretariat of the UN HC and IASC CT. The Ministry of Disaster Management and Human Rights is
the focal point counterpart designated by the Government while operational coordination with line
ministries will also be maintained. At district level, response will continue to be coordinated jointly by
Government Agents and UN Focal Points.                  Enhanced in-country coordination, information
management and other support services will aim at greater engagement with national and
international NGOs, and GoSL. The new Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF), approved by
the UN General Assembly in December 2005 as a stand-by emergency humanitarian facility and
managed centrally by OCHA, is expected to continue to provide additional funding to jump-start
response operations in Sri Lanka as needed in anticipation of direct donor contributions.




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                                                    Outline of Humanitarian Response
                                                             Summary Matrix
 Sector – Lead                                   Results                                                     Indicators                        Funds required
Agency, Partners

Protection          Protection responses to newly displaced and other vulnerable                                                                 $8,095,463
                                population affected by armed conflict
Lead Agency:
UNHCR                  Support of the government in continuous registration, and              Comprehensive, continuous registration of
                        where appropriate surveys, of the displaced population;                 IDPs by the government;
Partners:              Continuous protection monitoring and interventions for civilians,      Comprehensive data regarding the
UNDP, UNFPA,            including assessing needs and security concerns of IDPs in              preferences, needs and concerns of IDPs
UNICEF, ICRC,           places of displacement (including host families) and return.            and returnees;
IFRC, IOM,              Follow up and advocacy with the relevant government                    Regular protection monitoring in conflict-
OHCHR, CHA,             institutions and non-state actors;                                      affected areas;
FCE, Sarvodaya,        Access to justice through free legal aid clinics and legal             Number of cases with appropriate
Sewalanka,              representation, including assistance for civil documentation;           protection interventions and follow-up;
OXFAM, NRC,            Increased awareness by monitoring and reporting of SGBV                Provision of legal aid, legal representation
DRC, CARE, World        issues, devising and implementing an effective prevention               and assistance for civil documentation;
Vision, ACF, ZOA,       strategy;                                                              Increased physical security and freedom of
Solidar, SCiSL,        Advocacy for adherence to the Guiding Principles on Internal            movement of IDPs;
Merlin, HRC,            Displacement, international human rights and humanitarian law          Existing protection networks collect
SLRCS, RDF,             principles.                                                             comprehensive data on SGBV issues and
ERO, TRRO,                                                                                      support, prevention and response to SGBV
JSAC, PCA,                                                                                      cases;
NCVC, NVPF,
                                                                                               Equitable and transparent provision of
CPA, MIC, Muslim
                                                                                                humanitarian assistance;
Aid, COHRE,
                                                                                               Increased humanitarian access to the
Christian Aid,
                                                                                                areas of conflict.
OfERR, CARITAS,
JRS, SEDEC,
CWD, IHR, HHR,
LAC, FORUT




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 Sector – Lead                                   Results                                                     Indicators                       Funds required
Agency, Partners

                   Confidence Building and Stabilisation Measures Implemented.                 Number of “go & see” visits organised;
                   Activities include:                                                         Number of QIPs implemented in places of
                                                                                                return;
                       Facilitating Government-organised “go & see” visits for IDPs to        Number of QIPs implemented in places of
                        assess the situation in places of return and assistance to              displacement;
                        returnees with QIPs;                                                   Reduced tensions between displaced
                       Confidence building measures, including peaceful coexistence            communities     and    local   &    central
                        and coping mechanism to reduce mistrust and fear between                authorities, the police & security forces,
                        displaced communities and local & central authorities, the police       between host & displaced communities and
                        and security forces and between IDP communities and host                amongst displaced communities;
                        communities (QIPs).                                                    Existence of IDP Advocacy Groups &
                                                                                                Peace Committees;




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 Sector – Lead                                       Results                                                    Indicators                     Funds required
Agency, Partners

Human Rights           Strengthening national Human Rights capacity                              Number of training and follow up workshops      $63,000
                                                                                                  held;
Lead Agency:              Improved knowledge and application of human rights principles by      Number of collaborative human rights
OHCHR                      government bodies, including armed forces;                             documentation reports by national actors;
                          Results-oriented liaison, coordination and advocacy on human          Successful advocacy on human rights
Partners:                  rights issues with the Government, armed forces, Human Rights          concerns;
Ministry of Disaster       Commission, civil society and others;                                 Reduction in number of human rights
Management and            Support to national processes of investigation and follow up to        violations;
Human Rights,              human rights violations;                                              Increase in number of cases for which
HRC,                      Coordinated support to regional offices of Human Rights                redress is achieved.
UNHCR, CPA,                Commission in conflict-affected areas.
INFORM, Law and
Society Trust,
NVPF




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  Sector – Lead                                     Results                                                       Indicators                        Funds required
Agency, Partners
Children’s Rights   Protection responses to children affected by armed conflict                   Number of child-friendly spaces meeting
                                                                                                   minimum standards created in camps /               $591,900
Lead Agency:           Children have access to Child Friendly Spaces in IDP camps and             communities;
UNICEF                  affected communities have access to psychosocial support                  Number of children participating in guided
                        services as well as referrals for specialist support.                      recreational activities;
Partners:                                                                                         Referral mechanisms in place for children
Ministry of Child                                                                                  who require it;
Development and                                                                                   Number of functioning psychosocial
Women’s                                                                                            coordination groups;
Empowerment,                                                                                      Guidelines and standards for psychosocial
CCF, SCiSL                                                                                         services signed by all member agencies.

                       The number of new mines/ UXO casualties is mitigated by                   Coverage of emergency Mine/UXO Risk
                        awareness-raising and landmines survivors are supported.                   Education campaign;
                                                                                                  Number of mine/UXO survivors receiving
                                                                                                   psychosocial support and physical
                                                                                                   rehabilitation services.

                       Separated/ unaccompanied children are reunified or supported to           No. of residential institutions assessed and
                        find a safe temporary carer and children in institutions are               supported to set up plan for emergency
                        supported to return to their families for protection.                      response and protection of hosted children;
                                                                                                  Agreements on roles and responsibilities of
                                                                                                   different agencies at district level, data
                                                                                                   collection and management;
                                                                                                  No. of children registered, traced, reunified.

                                                                                                  Number of cases of violations reported &
                                                                                                   provided support;
                       Community-based child protection systems and immediate care               Child protection coordination network
                        options are in place to mitigate the risk of forced recruitments and       established & functioning;
                        respond to releases.                                                      Number of community child protection
                                                                                                   networks strengthened & functioning;
                                                                                                  Number of children released and provided
                                                                                                   with emergency care.

Protection/Human Rights/Children’s Rights Total                                                                                                       $8,750,363


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 Sector – Lead                                      Results                                                         Indicators                 Funds required
Agency, Partners

Shelter             Joint shelter coordination teams within the districts meet and report      Country wide coordination ensured;
                    regularly to the Colombo based Shelter Coordination Cell. Guidelines
Lead Agency:        for shelter are established and distributed;
UNHCR                                                                                          Local capacities assessed;
                    Undertake a survey of Host Family capacity;
Partners:                                                                                      Emergency sites identified, agreed with local
UNICEF,             In close coordination with the local authorities identify locations        authorities and prepared;
UNOCHA, ICRC,       suitable for IDP accommodation, (Welfare Centres, Public Buildings,
IFRC, GTZ,          Open sites);                                                               Material availability assured;
SLRCS, NRC,
IOM,                Ensure preparations of sites in strategically placed locations. Sites      Adequate number of emergency shelter
RDF, Muslim Aid     should include facilities for WatSan etc.;                                 constructed in temporary locations to avoid
FORUT, SPI,                                                                                    congestion;
JSAC, UMCOR,        Joint inventory and local sourcing of shelter material for construction;
SOLIDAR, NPA,                                                                                  Contingency stocks identified.
ASB, ASH,           Construction of additional emergency shelters for up to 400,000 IDPs;
VOVCOD,
Sewalanka, ZOA,     Inventory of tents amongst the different agencies is maintained and
FCE, World Vision   updated. Stock strategically placed within certain districts where
                    necessary;

                    Asses the needs in return locations and develop a standardised
                    “Return Shelter Repair Kit”;

                    Assess emergency shelters built under CHAP 2006 and up-grade as
                    necessary for sustained durability.


NFRI                District NFRI distribution committees continue to meet and report          Country-wide coordination ensured;
                    regularly;
Lead Agency:                                                                                   IDP’s minimum needs are covered;
UNHCR               Ensure adequate amounts and variety of Non Food Relief items are
                    available with the different agencies;                                     Transport is facilitated;

Partners:           Ensure timely distribution from Colombo to Districts/Divisions and to      Regular reporting is ensured.
UNICEF,             beneficiaries. Stocks are organised and transportation vis-à-vis


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  Sector – Lead                                     Results                                                  Indicators                    Funds required
 Agency, Partners
UNOCHA,             convoys are operational on short notice;
ICRC, IFRC, GTZ,
IOM, SLRCS,         Track the distribution to beneficiaries through a beneficiary card.
NRC, RDF, Muslim
Aid, FORUT, SPI,
JSAC, UMCOR,
SOLIDAR, NPA,
ASB, ASH,
VOVCOD,
Sewalanka, ZOA,
FCE, World Vision

Site Management     Continuation of training of IDP camp leaders, local NGO staff, local   Number of trainings conducted, topics covered
                    authorities and INGOs in camp selection, planning and management,      and participants trained;
Lead Agency:        including roles and responsibilities, references to international
UNHCR               technical standards and protocols on human rights and protection;
                                                                                           Demonstrable improvement in camp
Partners:           Provision of practical tools and services for daily camp operations.   management practices in relation to Sphere
IOM, NRC, Muslim    Coordination and monitoring of sites continues and needs assessed      Project Minimum Standards;
Aid, RDF, FORUT,    on a regular basis;
JSAC, FCE                                                                                  Guidelines/policy drawn up and measures
                                                                                           initiated.
                    Strategic planning measures drawn up for improving camp
                    management;

                    Ensure shelter planning/management has taken into consideration the
                    needs of women and children.

Shelter/NFRI/Site Management Total                                                                                                          $12,993,595




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 Sector – Lead                                      Results                                                         Indicators                      Funds required
Agency, Partners

WASH (Water,       Conflict-affected IDP families have access to sufficient quantities of       Number of affected families having access to          $2,569,291
Sanitation,        water for drinking and hygienic use, and the prevention of stagnant          water according to standards prescribed by
Hygiene)           water sites in areas where displaced families are concentrated;              SPHERE and the prevalence of vector borne
                                                                                                disease among IDP/host communities;
Lead Agency:       IDP families have access to proper sanitary facilities in camps and in
UNICEF             host locations with proper drainage and disposal systems for waste;          Number of affected families having access to
                                                                                                sanitation according to SPHERE standards;
                   Sanitary and hygiene facilities are available for IDPs with special
Partners:          physical needs;                                                              Number of families having access to hygiene
ACTED,                                                                                          facilities and receiving kits according to SPHERE
ACTIONARM,         Displaced families have appropriate hygiene facilities and supplies          standards;
WHO, MoH,          (including hygiene kits);
A.S.I.A Onlus,                                                                                  Percentage of affected families covered by
ASM, AN, IRD,      Effective communication of hygiene messages and information to               hygiene communication and having knowledge of
NWSDB,             affected families;                                                           adequate hygiene practices;
SOLIDAR, Tamil
Eelam Health       IDPs are involved in the decision making process in relation to the          Percentage of sanitation facilities in camps and
Services, TDGSA    installation and maintenance of WatSan facilities.                           host locations in clean/hygienic conditions
                                                                                                assessed regularly.
Food               Basic food basket provided to the affected populations in need and           Number of affected families/households/people
                   complementary targeted initiatives to identified vulnerable groups;          supplied with food;                                  $24,254,617
Lead Agency:
WFP                Basic food commodities for 400,000 people for six months                     Metric tons of food distributed;

Partners:          Complementary fortified and highly nutritious foods for                      Number of promotional activities for IDPs
UNICEF, Sewa       pregnant/lactating women, children under five, school children etc;          organised and completed;
Lanka, ZOA         Nutritional assessment, monitoring and surveillance will ensure              Number of nutritional assessments completed;
Refugee Care,      nutritional status of vulnerable groups monitored and additional
Danish Refugee     supplements provided which, in conjunction with the promotion of             Number of monitoring visits completed;
Council.           good nutritional practices, will help prevent deterioration of nutritional
                   status during displacement;                                                  Number of metric tons of food distributed;

                   Long-term food, nutrition and food security programmes supported as          Number and value of other commodities;
                   much as possible to ensure continued sense of normalcy in affected           distributed
                   areas and work towards programme objectives.                                 Number of strategic alternatives for closure of
                                                                                                key transport routes identified.


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 Sector – Lead                                       Results                                                        Indicators                        Funds required
Agency, Partners

Health/Nutrition     Rapid health assessments conducted by joint UN teams (includes             Number of assessments conducted, team                   $3,031,766
                     combined evaluations in partnership with GoSL);                            compositions and regions;
Lead Agency:
WHO                  Availability of routine immunisation and micronutrients for all children   Prevalence of communicable diseases among
                     including those displaced;                                                 children under the age of five years;
Partners:
UNICEF – field       Vector control and vector borne diseases control in IDPs camps             Number and percentage of children receiving
World Vision, Sewa   improved including Chikunguniya fever;                                     immunisation and receiving supplementation;
Lanka, UNFPA,
IOM, Caritas, JRS,   Support MoHs and DPDHS with health coordination in affected areas          Number of outbreak of vector-borne diseases in
MERLIN               and appropriate links with the United Nations;                             IDPs camps;

                     Ensuring the provision of an essential package of health services and      Regular reporting of Chikunguniya fever
                     interventions according to the life cycle approach;                        outbreak;

                     Dispatching of basic emergency health kits with medical kits (each kit     Reduced number of cases;
                     covers 10,000 people), equipment, infant kits, supplies and technical
                     guidelines (includes means for addressing psychosocial and mental          Improved coordination and monitoring at central,
                     health issues) to areas in need;                                           district and divisional levels and linking systems
                                                                                                in place;
                     Ensuring psychosocial support and mental health care, including host
                     communities;                                                               Regular health situation reports;

                     Reactivating damaged health facilities and upgrading health facilities     Number and percentage of IDPs benefiting from
                     in the host communities;                                                   health services and interventions according to life
                                                                                                cycle target age groups;
                     Providing technical expertise to local authorities.
                                                                                                Number of emergency health kits, infant kits
                                                                                                provided, numbers of beneficiary families and
                                                                                                local health system supported;

                                                                                                Number and percentage of IDPs benefiting of
                                                                                                psychosocial support and mental health care;

                                                                                                Number of facilities renovated or restored or
                                                                                                upgraded.


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 Sector – Lead                                   Results                                                     Indicators                       Funds required
Agency, Partners

Education          Displaced and host community children have access to necessary         Number of learning spaces and material                $1,307,110
                   learning materials in a protective learning environment;               support provided
Lead Agency:                                                                               Temporary learning spaces with access to
UNICEF                                                                                        appropriate water and sanitation facilities;
                                                                                           Classroom teaching materials;
Partners:                                                                                  Student learning materials;
MoE, NRC, SCF,                                                                             Recreation materials;
SCiSL, SLF, ZEDs                                                                           Uniforms;
                                                                                           Transportation of teachers and children in
                                                                                              acute situations;
                                                                                           Timeframe of programme implementation.
                                                                                          Number of children accessing education
                                                                                          through emergency education programmes
                                                                                           Camp-based children regularly attending
                                                                                              programmes;
                                                                                           Displaced and conflict-affected children
                                                                                              regularly attending programmes;
                                                                                           Number of schools/programmes successfully
                                                                                              integrating needs of displaced and host
                                                                                              community children.

                                                                                          Number of teachers or education personnel
                                                                                          capable of leading quality programmes
                                                                                          in/following an emergency
                                                                                           Training of trainers;
                                                                                           Training of teachers with on-going support
                                                                                              and monitoring;
                                                                                           Training or administrative and management
                                                                                              staff in INEE to better support school and
                   Displaced and host community children have access to timely, quality       community-based programmes in
                   child friendly learning programmes.                                        emergencies;
                                                                                           Number of teachers using new methods/skills
                                                                                              in classrooms/activities with children;
                                                                                           Number of children attending regularly,
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 Sector – Lead                                      Results                                                        Indicators                         Funds required
Agency, Partners
                                                                                                   and social skills;
                                                                                                  Number of displaced and host community
                                                                                                   children provided with appropriate
                                                                                                   psychosocial support.

Agriculture/Food     Ensure basic food security and increased food production capacity of                                                               $6,174,211
Security             the most vulnerable IDPs and host-communities through immediate
                     coordinated agricultural (agriculture, livestock and fisheries)
Lead Agency:         assistance, including the timely provision of essential inputs, the re-          Standard seed kits established;
FAO                  establishment of traditional and promotion of alternative coping                 Number of HHs timely provided with
                     mechanisms, the reduction of post-harvest losses and the promotion                adequate and appropriate agricultural
Partners:            of self-reliance.                                                                 supplies (agriculture, livestock fisheries);
Solidar, GUS, Asia                                                                                    Number of vegetable gardens
ONLUS, ICEI,                Timely distribution of essential agricultural supplies (seeds,
                                                                                                       established and areas planted;
                             veterinary vaccines/drugs, fishing nets);
Muslim Aid, World                                                                                     Quantity and types of veterinary vaccines
Vision                    Facilitated and enhanced provision of agricultural/livestock
                                                                                                       and drugs provided and number of
                             support services to beneficiaries;
                                                                                                       animal vaccinated;
                          Review options available for alternative and non-irrigated food
                                                                                                      Number of backyard chicken kits made
                             crops (pulses, cassava, ground nuts, etc.)
                                                                                                       available;
                          Food security assessments carried out for IDPs and host-
                                                                                                      Food security assessments carried out;
                             HHs;
                                                                                                      Monitoring of crop production and crop
                          Needs for technical trainings identified (agriculture, livestock
                                                                                                       production estimates;
                             fisheries);
                                                                                                      Number of vegetable gardens
                          Establishment of school and vegetable gardens promoted;
                                                                                                       established;
                          Gender-based training courses conducted;
                                                                                                      Needs in agriculture/livestock/fisheries
                          Established platform for sharing information, strategies and
                                                                                                       supplies specified and quantified;
                             common vision;
                                                                                                      Number of communities/HHs trained in
                          Coordination mechanisms established at District, DS and
                                                                                                       various agriculture/livestock/fisheries
                             central level;
                                                                                                       subjects (gender segregated);
                          Best practices and lessons learnt, addressing selection of
                                                                                                      Outputs of coordination meetings
                             beneficiaries, equity, transparency, vulnerability;
                                                                                                       translated in agreed common operational
                          Identified gaps and opportunities and advocacy for improved                 responses;
                             response;
                                                                                                      Technical briefs/trainings organised and
                     Joint sector specific needs and production (harvest) assessments.
                                                                                                       number of beneficiaries (with gender).




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 Sector – Lead                               Results                                                  Indicators                Funds required
Agency, Partners

Economic           Recover community infrastructure through employment intensive   Number of people provided with employment;     $2,754,970
Recovery and       methods to stimulate local economy;
Infrastructure                                                                     Number of people registered for short term
                   Provide short-term employment and alternative income            employment;
Lead Agency:       generation opportunities to the affected communities.
UNDP                                                                               Number of people provided;
Partners:                                                                          Counselling to receive employment;
ILO, IOM, PIN,
FCE
                                                                                   Number of workdays created through labour
                                                                                   intensive projects.




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 Sector – Lead                                     Results                                                        Indicators                          Funds required
Agency, Partners

Logistics                Continue to create/utilise logistics hubs in several key locations   Efficiency and number of UN/IASC logistics                $881,528
                         for facilitating the delivery of food and non-food supplies to the   bases established;
Lead Agency:             North and East for newly displaced populations;
WFP                                                                                           Strengthened logistics network capacity;
                         Continue UN chartered commercial flights to Jaffna by the United
Partners:                Nations Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS) which will
UN/IASC agencies/        complement GOSL relief efforts and provide inter-agency logistics
Ministry of Nation       support to humanitarian operations;
Building and
Development              Adequate installation & maintenance of all logistics and telecom
                         equipment in order to ensure maximum safety and timely and
                         accountable delivery of humanitarian aid.




Coordination             Enhance in-country coordination, information management and          Strong and proactive coordination with the
                         other support services to achieve greater engagement with            support of GoSL to the humanitarian community
Lead Agency:             national and international NGOs, and GoSL;                                                                                     $2,896,678
UN HC/ OCHA/                                                                                  leading to fast, adequate and efficient
IASC CT                                                                                       humanitarian relief effort in service of the affected
                         OCHA will continue to serve as the secretariat of the UN HC and      population.
                         IASC CT.
Partners:
Government of Sri
Lanka and the
broader
humanitarian
community



Logistics/Coordination Total                                                                                                                            $3,778,206


Security             Immediately improve the UNDSS security management capacity to             Safe   implementation        and     delivery    of      $339,777
                     enable agencies to safely implement humanitarian assistance               humanitarian projects;


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  Sector – Lead                                  Results                                                     Indicators                      Funds required
Agency, Partners
Lead Agency:       programmes to the affected populations by any means such as land,
UNDSS              sea or air in the defined volatile environment;                          Number of staff trained on security standards,
                                                                                            awareness and proactive analysis.
Partners:          Strengthen current capacity by training staff in the implementation of
Ministry of        security standards, increasing awareness and proactive analysis
Defence            capacity;

                   Obtain additional security communication operational funds that would
                   allow more effective communication to the staff and beneficiaries.



CHAP 2007 TOTAL                                                                                                                               $65,953,906




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5.      PROJECTS

                            PROTECTION / HUMAN RIGHTS / RULE OF LAW
 Appealing Agency                  UNITED NATIONS CHILDREN’S FUND (UNICEF)
 Project Title                     Protection of children affected by conflict and displacement
 Project Code                      SRL-07/P/HR/RL01
 Sector                            Protection / Human Rights / Rule of Law
 Objective                         All forms of violence, abuse and exploitation committed against
                                   children as a result of the conflict prevented and responded to.
 Beneficiaries                     100,000 children in IDP and conflict-affected communities
 Implementing Partner(s)           Ministry for Child Development and Women’s Empowerment,
                                   international and national NGOs.
 Project Duration                  January 1 – June 30, 2007
 Total Project Budget              $1,000,000
 Funds Requested                   $333,300

Overall Support to Strategies Priorities
   District-led coordination of child protection agencies linked to national coordination for advocacy,
    policy formulation and resource mobilisation;
   Community and camp-based child protection presence through partners to monitor report and
    respond to child rights’ violations.

Main activities
   Maintain current support to Child Friendly Spaces in IDP settings and respond to new
    displacements as necessary;
   Develop mass/ small media campaign on Mine/UXO awareness for displaced populations,
    support to survivors and advocacy against landmines;
   Coordinate the registration, tracing, reunification and reintegration of all separated and
    unaccompanied children and prepare child institutions for evacuations, as necessary;
   Target zones most at risk of recruitment/abduction to re-enforce community-based protection and
    pre-position capacity to register and provide emergency care in case of releases.

Expected Outcome
   Children have access to Child Friendly Spaces in IDP camps and affected communities have
    access to psychosocial support services as well as referrals for specialist support;
   Awareness-raising mitigates the number of new mines/ UXO casualties and landmines survivors
    are supported;
   Separated/ unaccompanied children are reunified or supported to find a safe temporary carer and
    children in institutions are supported to return to their families for protection;
   Community-based child protection systems and immediate care options are in place to mitigate
    the risk of forced recruitments and respond to releases.

                                          FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                                                                           Overall
                                     Budget Items                                       Requirements
                                                                                              $
 Psychosocial activities related to Child Friendly Spaces                                       200,000
 Mass media campaign for mines/UXO/survivor support                                             121,700
 Support services to separated and unaccompanied children                                       104,300
 Community-based protection work on prevention of recruitment and response                       69,600
 Emergency care for children displaced/ released from armed groups                              104,400
 Emergency Protection Staff                                                                     230,000
 Field operational support                                                                      100,000
 Indirect Programme Support                                                                      70,000
 Total                                                                                       1,000,000
 Available resources                                                                            666,700
 Funds Requested                                                                                333,300




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 Appealing Agency                   ARBEITER-SAMARITER-BUND DEUTSCHLAND e.V. (ASB)
                                    IDP Advice Service in DS Divisions of Koralai Pattu
 Project Title                      (Valaichchenai), Manmunai North (Batticaloa Town) and
                                    Manumunai South (Kaluwanchikidy) in Batticaloa District
 Project Code                       SRL-07/P/HR/RL02
 Sector                             Protection / Human Rights / Rule of Law
 Objective                          To provide an advice service to IDPs (particularly those with host
                                    families) to improve their use services Government and other
                                    agency services for their well-being
 Beneficiaries                      10,000 women and children
                                    Balance of IDP Population in Koralai Pattu, Batticaloa District:
                                    30,000
 Implementing Partner(s)            Direct Implementation by ASB
 Project Duration                   January to June 2007
 Total Project Budget               $74,000
 Total Funds Requested              $60,000

How does the project support overall strategic priorities and sector objectives
The project supports the basic protection objective of this sector by providing an easily accessible
advice centre, (backed up by mobile outreach) for IDPs to link them with Government and NGO
service providers and mediate problems. The project will lay particular emphasis on brining IDPs with
host families to the notice of service providers.

Key activities include
Building on ASB community surveys conducted in late 2006 to identify needs, activities include
establishing offices, training of staff for the office and regular community visits to provide referrals and
advice, publishing information, intervening to resolve problems and capacity building trainings to
enable IDPs to improve their access and use of services and service providers to improve the quality
of services provided.

Expected outcome
The outcomes of the project will be establishment of a general advice and problem solving mechanism
to serve IDPs as they adjust to their new life as well as in their preparation for return, the improved
inclusion of the majority of IDPs, i.e. those living with host families, in provision of services generally
for their protection and general well-being. There will also be improved co-ordination and application of
services for IDPs.

                                               FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                         Budget Items                                            $
 Inputs and Supplies –        Printing & Stationery                                                  3,000
 Personnel -        Programme Manager -                                 $7,100                       40,000
                    Project Manager -                                   $15,000
                    Project Coordinator -                               $2,000
                    Administrator/Finance                               $1,500
                    4 Office advisors @ $1,200 each -                   $4,800
                    12Community Outreach Staff @ $800 each -            $9,600
 Contracts for technical Advice and Vehicle Hire                                                      5,000
 Organisation of training sessions, assessments and capacity building                                 5,000
 Non-expendable items, General office equipment - $7,000                                              7,000
 General operating expenses –          Transport Costs -                $4,500                       10,000
                                       Office Rent -                    $2,500
                                       Communications                   $1,500
                                       Maintenance & Utilities          $1,500
 Direct operating costs, including technical support services                                         4000
 Total Project Budget                                                                                74,000
 Total Funds Requested                                                                               60,000




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 Appealing Agency                    NON-VIOLENT PEACE FORCE SRI LANKA (NVPF)
 Project Title                       Proactive presence for the protection and support of families and
                                     children in armed conflict
 Project Code                        SRL-07/P/HR/RL03
 Sector                              Protection
 Objective                           Reducing and removing the barriers and obstacles to the
                                     protection of children in Jaffna, Batticaloa and Trincomalee
 Beneficiaries                       TOTAL: 1) 30,000 children in volatile areas in three districts.
                                     2) 10,000 families in vulnerable communities in three districts
                                     3) 50 Child Rights Defenders spread over five field sites.
 Partner(s)
                                                         th
 Project Duration                    January 1 – June 30 2007
 Total Project Budget                $99,400
 Funds Requested                     $99,400

Support to overall strategic priorities and sector objectives
   Community led coordination, linking families and local community groups to district, national and
    international protection agencies and mechanisms;
   Local community support systems and structures protecting children and responding to child
    rights violations;
   Protection needs of families and special care of children linked to advocacy.

Main activities
   Offer council, safer travel facilities, safe meeting space, presence and other confidence building
    measures to families or community actors such as religious leaders, teachers and doctors and
    GS;
   Engage with families of abducted children and others in need of special protection care and
    follow-up with families to verify the status and discuss options available;
   Support local initiatives to identify safe places and raise awareness about redress mechanisms
    their mandate and limitations and ways of accessing;
   Accompany children to safe places and schools;
   Accompany parents and community leaders to interact with authorities including armed groups;
   Facilitate the contingency planning by community groups and networks and mobilise and
    coordinate the collective rapid responses in case of arrests, abductions and traumatic
    experiences;
   Facilitate documentation, reporting and advocacy efforts of families or community workers.

Expected outcome
   Community actors and families of victims are supported to take action in the protection of
    children, thus enhanced local capacity and confidence to safeguard children;
   Community participation to prevent and respond to abduction and recruitment;
   Access for families to redress and justice mechanisms and safety for children in need of
    protection;
   Coordinated action at the community, district and national level on issues that addresses the
    security of children.

                                           FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                                                                   Child Protection
                                  Budget Items
                                                                                          $
 Field Staff                                                                                     53,000
 Operational Support                                                                             13,000
 Indirect Programme Support                                                                       4,500
 Accompaniment and safe travel                                                                    4,700
 Family support and visits including IDP camps                                                    4,800
 Coordination and networking                                                                      6,900
 Documenting and reporting                                                                        3,800
 Public awareness                                                                                 2,000
 Safety and security support                                                                      6,700
 TOTAL                                                                                           99,400


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 Appealing Agency                    NON-VIOLENT PEACE FORCE SRI LANKA (NVPF)
 Project Title                       Proactive presence for the protection and support of IDPs in armed
                                     conflict.
 Project Code                        SRL-07/P/HR/RL04
 Sector                              Protection
 Objective                           Reduce vulnerability and improve protection and human security
                                     standards for IDPs in Jaffna, Batticaloa and Trincomalee
 Beneficiaries                       1. 30,000 IDPs and IDP communities in three host districts.
                                     2. 10,000 children in IDP camps and welfare centres in 3 districts.
                                     3. 50 Human Security Defenders spread over five field sites.
 Partner(s)                          UNICEF, UNHCR, ZOA, ESCO, TdH, WACCO, OfERR, AHAM,
                                     HUDEC, CAid, religious leaders, family support group, peace
                                     committees, HRC.
 Project Duration                    January 1 – June 30 2007
 Funds Requested                     $101,400

Support to overall strategic priorities and sector objectives
 Community-led coordination, linking IDP protection concerns and needs to district, national and
  international protection agencies and mechanisms.
 Local coping mechanisms and community stability and confidence and reconciliatory initiatives.
 Protection and security needs of IDP families and special care of IDP children linked to advocacy.
 Integrating human security considerations and conflict sensitivity in emergency response.

Main activities
 Offer proactive presence to protect IDPs.
 Support local leadership and other confidence building measures to IDPs or community actors
  working in IDP camps.
 Serve as bridge builder and catalyst between IDP communities, host and community of return and
  address root causes to facilitate safe return of IDPs.
 Engage with families of abducted children and others in need of special protection care and follow-
  up with families to verify the status and discuss options available.
 Support local initiatives to identify safe places and raise awareness about redress and justice
  mechanisms their mandate and limitations and ways of accessing.
 Accompany IDP children to safe places and schools.
 Accompany IDP families and community leaders to interact with authorities including armed groups.
 Facilitate the contingency planning by community and IDP advocacy groups and mobilize and
  coordinate the collective rapid responses in case of arrests, abductions and traumatic experiences.
 Facilitate documentation, reporting and advocacy efforts of IDP families or community workers in
  IDP camps.

Expected outcome
 Increased safety in IDP camps and communities.
 Community actors and IDP families of victims are supported to take action in their protection or safe
  return, thus enhanced local capacity and increased confidence and move towards reconciliation.
 Access for IDP families to redress and justice mechanisms.
 Coordinated action at the community, district and national level addressing security needs of IDPs.

                                         FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                     Budget Items                                      IDP protection $
Field Staff                                                                                       53,000
Operational Support                                                                               15,000
Indirect Programme Support                                                                         4,500
Accompaniment and safe travel                                                                      4,700
Family support and visits including IDP camps                                                      4,800
Coordination and networking                                                                        6,900
Documenting and reporting                                                                           3800
Public awareness                                                                                   2,000
Safety and security support                                                                        6,700
TOTAL                                                                                           101,400


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 Appealing Agency                Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR)
 Project Title                   Strengthened human rights capacity in UN country team
 Project Code                    SRL-07/P/HR/RL05
 Sector                          Protection
 Objective                       Strengthened capacity within UN Country Team for human rights
                                 related initiatives in support of national authorities including Ministry
                                 of Human Rights and Human Rights Commission, and local civil
                                 society organisations.
 Beneficiaries                   TOTAL: up to 400,000 displaced and affected persons.
 Implementing Partner(s)         Ministry of Human Rights and Human Rights Commission, and local
                                 civil society organisations
 Project Duration                September 2006 to June 2007
 Total Project Budget            $391,500 ($255,094 before 30 June 2006)
 Funds Requested                 $0 (Fully Funded by Swedish SIDA)

Overall strategic priorities and sector objectives
The CHAP envisages strengthening national human rights capacity through results-oriented liaison,
advocacy and coordination on human rights issues with Government, civil society and other national
actors; increased human rights training for the security forces; and strengthened cooperation with the
UN human rights system. Since May 2004, the UN Country Team has benefited from the presence of
a Senior Human Rights Advisor to build capacity and provide technical support for projects and
initiatives related to the peace process. There is now a need to reinforce this capacity due to the new
demands presented by the unfolding human rights and humanitarian situation, together with the
positive opportunities created by the Ministry of Disaster Management and Human Rights and new
inter-ministerial coordination structures. This project will reinforce the post of Senior Human Rights
Advisor with the addition of two international and one national staff, together with necessary logistic
and office support, and funding for programme activities. This will begin in the first three months
covered by the CHAP with an initial deployment of staff on mission, but extend beyond the period
envisaged in the CHAP.

Main activities
The provision of human rights expertise and capacity building within the UN Country Team and to
national authorities including the MDMHR and Human Rights Commission. The provision of technical
cooperation and advice to the MDMHR and Inter-ministerial working group on human rights on a
number of initiatives, including advice on the establishment of a commission of inquiry into violations,
the development of a human rights charter, increased human rights training for military and police
personnel, and support to the implementation of treaty body and special procedure recommendations.
Close liaison with other protection actors and civil society initiatives.

Expected outcome
Strengthened and institutionalised capacity within the UN Country Team for human rights related
interventions. Strengthened cooperation between the UN and national actors, particularly the
MDMHR and Human Rights Commission. Integrated training programmes and increased human
rights awareness among key government bodies, including the security forces. Improved follow up
and implementation to UN treaty body and special procedure reports. Strengthened coordination
among protection actors, including local civil society.

                                         FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                               Budget Items                                                      $
 2 human rights officers                                                                             242,400
 1 national assistant                                                                                 12,000
 Computers and communications equipment                                                               19,100
 1 x MOSS vehicle                                                                                     38,000
 Activities                                                                                           40,000
 Travel                                                                                               15,000
 Operating costs                                                                                      25,000
 Sub-total                                                                                           391,500
 Minus available resources                                                                           391,500
 TOTAL                                                                                                     0



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 Appealing Agency                  OFFICE OF THE HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
                                   (OHCHR)
 Project Title                     Strengthened human rights monitoring and reporting by civil
                                   society
 Project Code                      SRL-07/P/HR/RL06
 Sector                            Protection / Human Rights / Rule of Law
 Objective                         Enhanced monitoring and reporting of human rights/ humanitarian
                                   law violations by civil society to national and UN mechanisms.
 Beneficiaries                     TOTAL: up to 400,000
                                   Children: up to 200,000 Women: Up to 200,000
                                   Other group: Approximately 15 Local civil society organisations
                                   and up to 100 local activists; four regional offices of Human Rights
                                   Commission
 Implementing Partner(s)           UNHCR, Centre for Policy Alternatives, INFORM, Law and Society
                                   Trust, Non Violent Peace Force
 Project Duration                  September 2006 to June 2007
 Total Project Budget              $113,000
 Funds Requested                   $63,000

Support to overall strategic priorities and sector objectives
Over the past six months, a consortium of local human rights organisations – led by INFORM and the
Centre for Policy Alternatives – has undertaken a series of timely fact-finding missions to the scene of
major incidents and conflict and produced authoritative and well documented reports for the benefit of
government bodies, UN and other agencies and INGOs. This initiative has so far operated on an
informal basis, but would benefit from greater coordination and logistic support.

Activities
The project would support training activities for local organisations and monitors in human rights
documentation, enhanced provision for transport, logistics and security in the field, accompaniment by
international agencies and NGOs, and the establishment of a small secretariat for the assimilation of
documentation and preparation and dissemination of reports.

Outcomes
The outcome would be the establishment of a documentation centre in a local host organisation, the
conduct of at least two fact-finding missions per month, the preparation of at least two reports on
emerging human rights situations and issues per month, and more systematic engagement by civil
society with national and international human rights protection mechanisms. Longer-term, the project
will help to build capacity and regularise greater coordination and coherence within the community of
local human rights organisations. The project is part funded by Swedish SIDA but is now to be
extended and expanded.

                                              FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                          Budget Items                                        $
 Information and documentation coordinator                                                         10,000
 2 x documentation assistants                                                                      10,000
 Computer                                                                                           1,000
 Travel for field missions, communications costs                                                   20,000
 Accompaniment and security support                                                                15,000
 Support to local NGOs in human rights documentation                                               25,000
 Coordination and networking meetings                                                               5,000
 Editorial, translation and publication costs                                                      14,000
 Sub-total                                                                                        100,000
 Programme support costs (13%)                                                                     13,000
 Minus available resources                                                                         50,000
 TOTAL                                                                                             63,000




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 Appealing Agency                     CHRISTIAN CHILDREN’S FUND SRI LANKA (CCF-SL)
 Project Title                        Protection and Strengthened Support for Children Affected by
                                      Conflict
 Project Code                         SRL-07/P/HR/RL07
 Sector                               Protection / Human Rights / Rule of Law
 Objective                            To reduce children’s vulnerability and strengthen the protective
                                      environment for children affected by conflict
 Beneficiaries                        Children: +32,000                    Women: +2,500
 Implementing Partner                 Ministry of Child Development and Women’s Empowerment, and
                                      local/international NGOs
 Project Duration                     January 2007 - June 2007
 Total Project Budget                 $258,600
 Funds Requested                      $258,600

Support to overall strategic priorities and sector objectives
The project will support the overall strategic priorities by working together with communities and
caretakers in the districts of Trincomalee, Batticaloa, Vavuniya, and Kilinochi through community-
based mechanisms to reduce children’s vulnerability under crisis situations and promote the recovery
and functioning of children and youth through psychosocial and protective support. In doing so, CCF
will work to prevent the separation of children and youth from their caretakers and provide a protective
environment that prevents abduction and underage recruitment and supports reintegration
programmes for children who have returned. In specific this will include a) promoting normalisation,
healing and recovery for children’s well-being within their communities; b) supporting communities,
caretakers, and children to establish and strengthen existing community-based support systems to
prevent and respond to separated/unaccompanied children; c) strengthen the protective environment
of communities to prevent abduction and underage recruitment and that supports the reintegration of
children directly involved in armed forces.

Main activities
   Establish 15 Child Centred Spaces for children aged 0-18 years linked to community-based Child
    Well-Being Committees that monitor and respond to psychosocial and protective risks of children:
   Establish 25 community-based task forces that prevent, identify, monitor and refer for tracing and
    reunification of separated/unaccompanied children;
   Establish community-based mechanisms that prevent abduction/recruitment and provide
    vocational opportunities to children through strengthened reintegration programmes.

Expected Results
   7,500 will participate in normalising activities in a safe environment;
   20,000 children will receive basic relief items that support their healthy development;
   +2,500 children and 25 communities are trained and develop action plans to prevent and respond
    to separated/unaccompanied children;
   25 of communities, children, and youth trained on protection risks of children participating in
    armed forces;
   Returned underage recruits participating in vocational training and livelihood opportunities.


                                          FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                      Budget Items                                             $
 Cost A: Personnel                                                                                  33,900
 Cost B: Office Supplies, workshop materials (training materials, venue, meals), monitoring        189,000
 tools, basic relief items, vocational training materials
 Cost C: Administration                                                                             20,700
 Cost D: Vehicle, gas, maintenance, communication, misc.                                            15,000
 TOTAL                                                                                             258,600




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 Appealing Agency               LANKA JATIKA SARVODAYA SHRAMADANA SANGAMAYA
                                (INC) (LJSSS)
 Project Title                  Reconciliation and comprehensive social development
 Project Code                   SRL-07/P/HR/RL08
 Sector                         Protection / Human Rights / Rule of Law
 Objective                      Rebuild and empowered refugee &returnee’s life.
                                Foster better relationship between the displaced community and
                                service groups.
 Beneficiaries                  TOTAL: 41,578 (children, women, youths & men)
                                Direct beneficiaries: 5,000
                                Indirect beneficiaries: 36, 578
 Project Duration               January 2007 – December 2007
 Total Project Budget           $232,843
 Funds Requested                $223,818

How does the project support overall strategic priorities and sector objectives?
   Reduced the provoke violent conflict;
   Create social & coexistence benefits and economic development.

Main activities
   Organise meetings, sports & cultural programme;
   Go &see visits;
   Community Capacity building & Implement Shramadana societies;
   Organise children camps;
   Suwadana (health) Workshop for youth volunteers & Setting Up Suwadana Centres;
   Skill development training;
   Local food processing training to women;
   Provide bicycles to volunteers & proper monitoring and coordination.

Expected outcome
   Pave the way for more stable political and diplomatic relations;
   Gradual reduction in tension;
   Displaced community engaged in income generation process;
   Health volunteer youth groups established & Establishment of the Suwadana Centres;
   Upgrade their living standard;
   Work together and heal the wounds of conflict.

                                  FINANCIAL SUMMARY
 Budget Items                                                                            $
 Activities                                                                                  188,100
 General operating cost                                                                        1,653
 Staff salary                                                                                 16,302
 Transport (including go & see visit)                                                          6,441
 Administration 10%                                                                           20,347
 Sub-total                                                                                   232,843
 Minus available resources                                                                     9,025
 TOTAL                                                                                       223,818




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 Appealing Agency                  Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC)
 Project Title                     Strengthened Protection for individuals recently displaced from the
                                   North and East of Sri Lanka
 Project Code                      SRL-07/P/HR/RL09
 Sector                            Protection / Human Rights / Rule of Law
 Objective                         To monitor, document and disseminate information concerning
                                   protection needs / to respond to legal-related protection issues
 Beneficiaries                     TOTAL: 15-20,000 displaced individuals
                                   Children: 3-6,000 Women: 8-12,000
 Implementing Partner(s)           United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
 Project Duration                  January – June 2007
 Total Project Budget              $183,345
 Funds Requested                   $83,345

Support to overall strategic priorities and sector objectives
In order to ensure a rapid, coordinated and effective deployment of resources and remedies to IDP
communities, NRC envisages a continuation of its ongoing Protection Monitoring intervention. The
current programme, with teams currently based in Trincomalee and Batticaloa districts, will continue
their field presence in areas of displacement and return. This intervention is designed to be able to
change geographical areas of responsibility rapidly to adapt to the changing patterns of displacement.
Together with UNHCR and other key actors, NRC will contribute to the on going monitoring and
response to protection issues confronting IDPs. Mobile monitoring teams consisting of legal and other
protection specialists will gather aggregate and disseminate information on protection gaps to relevant
coordinating mechanisms with the capability and capacity to respond appropriately. Legal protection
issues identified by the assessment teams, including issues such as SGBV, lack of civil
documentation and discrimination will be addressed directly by NRC.

Activities
    Rapid, participatory field assessment and monitoring of IDP communities;
    Documentation and dissemination of information on protection issues to relevant coordinating
     mechanisms;
    Provision of legal information, and services to individual IDPs, especially with regard to
     documentation, physical protection and compensation.

Outcomes
   Timely reporting of relevant and reliable information concerning protection needs;
   Rapid, coordinated and effective deployment of remedies by local authorities and organisation
    responding to the crisis;
   Enhanced protective environment for IDPs.

                                         FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                    Budget Items                                             $
 Cost A e.g. staff              2 expatriate, 12 national staff                                  111,300
 Cost B e.g. inputs             Misc. sunning costs                                               60,815
                                5% Admin contribution to HQ, lump sum for Country
 Cost C e.g. administration                                                                       11,230
                                Office support costs
 Sub-total                                                                                       183,345
 Minus available resources      UNHCR                                                            100,000
 TOTAL                                                                                            83,345




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 Appealing Agency                    SAVE THE CHILDREN IN SRI LANKA (SCiSL)
                                     Child Protection in Emergency Response in Batticoloa, Ampara,
 Project Title
                                     Trincomalee and Jaffna
 Project Code                        SRL-07/P/HR/RL10
 Sector                              Protection / Human Rights / Rule of Law
 Objective                           Promote well-being of children through appropriate protection and
                                     psychosocial support to displaced populations
 Beneficiaries                       Children: 6,000
 Implementing Partner(s)             Department of Probation and Child Care, Local Partners/NGOs
 Project Duration                    January – June 2007
 Total Project Budget                $80,000
 Funds Requested                     $80,000 (has been requested from OFDA – decision awaited)

How does the project support overall strategic priorities and sector objectives?
The project activities contribute to the overall result expected “basic protection coverage to the IDPs in
displacement including the right to freedom of movement”.

Main activities
   Child Protection awareness training to camp management and care givers;
   Identification of the specific needs of children, and provision of individual or group counselling or
    crisis intervention based upon needs identified;
   Facilitation of appropriate play, recreation and early childhood activities to displaced children by
    establishing/supporting 25 centres;
   Discussion with children on specific protection needs in their new environment. Mine risk
    education, gender based violence etc.;
   Promote supportive physical and emotional environment for displaced children in schools.

Expected outcome
   Improved knowledge and awareness of child protection by camp leaders & caregivers;
   Play and recreation centres for children established and functional;
   Reduced psychological well-being of children;
   Reduced incidence of absenteeism in schools;
   Better knowledge of land mines and gender based violence.


                                         FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                       Budget Items                                            $
Cost A e.g. staff                      Staff & community Volunteers                                29,204
Cost B e.g. inputs                     Child space and community based activities                  41,750
Cost C e.g. indirect cost recovery                                                                  9,046
Sub-total                                                                                          80,000
Minus available resources
TOTAL                                                                                              80,000




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 Appealing Agency                UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR REFUGEES
                                 (UNHCR)
                                 Protection, confidence building and stabilisation of newly displaced
 Project Title
                                 and other vulnerable population affected by armed conflict
 Project Code                    SRL-07/P/HR/RL11
 Sector                          Protection
 Objective                       Protection monitoring of IDPs and vulnerable persons and
                                 confidence-building between different communities (IDP-IDP, IDP-
                                 host communities) and between IDP communities and authorities,
                                 security forces & police
 Beneficiaries                   TOTAL: 400,000 persons
 Implementing Partner(s)         DRC
 Project Duration                1 January – 31 December 2007
 Total Project Budget            $7,056,000
 Funds Requested                 $7,056,000

Summary
The project aims to provide protection coverage to the IDPs and other vulnerable persons affected by
the armed conflict by implementing protection measures and advocating for their rights. The project
shall also aim to build confidence and to ease tensions among IDP communities, IDP communities
and host communities, and between IDP communities and authorities, security forces and the police. It
further aims to stabilise the IDP population by implementing measures such as coping mechanism to
deal with conflicts within and among the communities.

Main activities
   Monitoring of situation in places of displacement and return, and identification of needs and
    security concerns of IDPs;
   Raising protection concerns with the government, local authorities and agencies and follow-up;
   Provision of information, legal aid/representation and assistance for civil documentation to IDPs;
   Advocacy for adherence to Guiding Principles, international human rights, in particular freedom of
    movement, humanitarian law principles and for increased humanitarian access to conflict areas;
   Monitoring and ensuring safe and equitable access to humanitarian assistance;
   Establishing a multidisciplinary SGBV protection network, monitoring and reporting of SGBV
    cases and referring cases for response to the protection partners;
   Monitoring and response to early warning signs of inter-ethnic tensions and communal violence;
   Support the government in facilitating the visits of IDPs to assess the situation in places of return;
   Support the establishment and the meetings of existing IDP Advocacy groups and Peace
    Committees;
   Support peaceful coexistence activities and initiatives.
Expected outcome
   Effective protection monitoring mechanism is in place in conflict affected areas that enables
    identification of individual cases, protection interventions and follow up;
   All persons displaced due to conflict are registered;
   Comprehensive data and analysis of preferences, needs and concerns of IDPs and returnees;
   A system enabling equitable and transparent provision of humanitarian assistance is in place;
   Mechanism for prevention of and response to SGBV cases is in place;
   Physical protection is provided to IDPs;
   Established regular structure to foster dialogue on conflict resolution by IDP advocacy groups
    and Peace Committees;
   Peaceful co-existence of different communities;
   Stabilised IDP situation until conditions are conducive to return;

                                           FINANCIAL SUMMARY
 Budget Items                                                                               $
 Programme                                                                                      7,056,000
 Sub-total                                                                                      7,056,000
 Minus available resources                                                                              0
 TOTAL                                                                                          7,056,000


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                                  SHELTER AND NON-FOOD ITEMS
 Appealing Agency                 UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR REFUGEES
                                  (UNHCR)
 Project Title                    Provision of Emergency Shelter and NFRIs for IDPs
 Project Code                     SRL-07/S/NF01
 Sector                           Shelter/ NFRI
 Objective                        Ensure adequate shelter for IDPs generated by the conflict, either
                                  with host (family/friends) locations, temporary sites or welfare
                                  locations; NFRIs are distributed in a timely manner to extremely
                                  vulnerable individuals.
 Beneficiaries                    TOTAL: 40,000 persons
 Implementing Partner(s)          NRC, RDF, Muslim Aid, FORUT, JSAC, UMCOR, SOLIDAR
                                  NPA, Sri Lanka RC, CARITAS, NRC, RDF, Muslim Aid, FORUT,
                                  SPI, ASB
 Project Duration                 1 January – 31 December 2007
 Total Project Budget             $8,780,705
 Funds Requested                  $8,780,705

Summary
The project aims to provide some 10% (40,000 IDPs) of the total estimated caseload with immediate
need for emergency shelter. The provision of NFRIs will aid the recently displaced with their
immediate needs for household items through the first months of displacement.

Main Activities
Construction of some 5,000 emergency shelters; organisation of joint shelter coordination teams
meeting and reporting regularly to the Colombo based Shelter Coordination Cell; reconstruction /repair
of conflict damaged houses in return areas; identification of locations suitable for IDP accommodation,
(Welfare Centres, Public Buildings, Open Sites); preparations and maintenance of some ten open
sites in strategically-placed locations and continuous assessment of needs in return locations.

Establish district NFRIs distribution committees and regular reporting structures; ensure adequate
amounts of NFRIs are available with the different agencies; ensure timely distribution from Colombo to
Districts/Divisions; and tracking of the distribution to beneficiaries.

Expected outcome
   Provide shelter to 40,000 newly displaced IDPs.
   Families can sustain their displacement in a secure and dignified manner.

                                        FINANCIAL SUMMARY
 Budget Items                                                                               $
 Programme                                                                                  7,115,072
 Programme Support Cost                                                                     1,665,633
 Sub-total                                                                                  8,780,705
 Minus available resources                                                                          0
 TOTAL                                                                                      8,780,705




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 Appealing Agency                 UNITED NATIONS CHILDREN’S FUND (UNICEF)
 Project Title                    Emergency Non Food Relief Supplies
 Project Code                     SRL-07/S/NF02
 Sector                           Non Food Relief
 Objective                        The essential non-food daily needs of the persons displaced due to
                                  conflict are fulfilled.
 Beneficiaries                    Total population of 30,000 families or 150,000 persons.
 Implementing Partner(s)          Ministries of Disaster Management and Human Rights, and
                                  Healthcare and Nutrition, UNHCR, IOM, FCE, NRC, SOLIDAR,
                                  Sewalanka, WVI, and other international and national NGOs.
 Project Duration                 January – June, 2007
 Total Project Budget             $1,200,000
 Funds Requested                  $400,000

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
Provision of Non Food Relief Items for 30,000 displaced families due to the conflict.

Main activities
   Assessment of needs of NFRI;
   Distribution of NFRI to IDP locations;
   Monitoring of distribution and use of NFRI.

Expected outcome
30,000 displaced families use essential non food supplies to meet daily needs.

                                                                                           Overall
                               FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                                                                        Requirements
                                    Budget Items                                              $
 Supplies                                                                                       783,000
 Transportation                                                                                  43,400
 Monitoring                                                                                      13,600
 Emergency Health Staff                                                                         156,000
 Field Operational Support                                                                      120,000
 Indirect Programme Support                                                                      84,000
 Total                                                                                        1,200,000
 Available funds                                                                                800,000
 Funds requested                                                                                400,000




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 Appealing Agency                 Solidar INGO Consortium (ASB, NPA & SAH)
 Project Title                    NFRI for Jaffna and Kilinochchi
 Project Code                     SRL-07/S/NF03
 Sector                           NFRI
 Objective                        Emergency relief to newly displaced IDPs in Jaffna & Kilinochchi
                                  Districts
 Beneficiaries                    Total: 5,000 IDPs in Jaffna and Kilinochchi Districts
 Implementing Partner(s)          NFRIs will be purchased and distributed alongside other NFRI
                                  projects in Jaffna and Kilinochchi in consultation with the relevant
                                  GAs of these Districts and UN agencies
 Project Duration                 January 2007 – April 2007
 Total Project Budget             $143,620
 Funds Requested                  $124,240

How does the project support overall strategic priorities and sector objectives
The project will assist in bringing relief to persons newly displaced by conflict and flood in temporary
transit camps and shelters in Jaffna and Kilinochchi Districts. Its priority is to facilitate immediate basic
relief for shelter, clothing, cooking and personal hygiene. It will concentrate on the IDPs who have as
yet received little or no basic support-to-support human life.

Activities
The projects main activities are to purchase and distribute NFRIs to the most vulnerable sections of
IDPs in Jaffna and Kilinochchi Districts.

Expected outcome
NFRIs expected outcomes: Immediate relief to 5,000 newly displaced IDPs. Data gathering on IDP
movements, livelihoods, age groups & sex and future needs, to be shared with other agencies.

                                         FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                     Budget Items                                                 $
 Cost A - Staff               Staff                                                                    17,200
 Cost B - Inputs              NFRIs                                                                    93,000
 Cost C - Administration      Transport/Administration costs                                           33,440
 Sub-total                                                                                            143,640
 Minus available              NPA will provide in-kind project management and vehicle                  19,400
 resources                    support
 TOTAL                                                                                                124,240




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 Appealing Agency                   UNITED METHODIST COMMITTEE ON RELIEF (UMCOR)
 Project Title                      Emergency Assistance to IDP Populations Affected by Military
                                    Action
 Project Code                       SRL-07/S/NF04
 Sector                             NFRI
 Objective                          To provide immediate and emergency short term life saving, food,
                                    non-food and medical assistance to IDP populations affected by
                                    conflict – bridging the gap between displacement and
                                    Government / UN intervention.
 Beneficiaries                      TOTAL:
                                    Women: Up to 30,000
                                    Children: Up to 20,000
                                    Men: Up to 25,000
                                    Disabled: Up to 250
 Implementing Partner(s)            Local authorities, local medical facilities, CBOs
 Project Duration                   1 January 2007 – 30 June 2007
 Total Project Budget               $850,000
 Funds Requested                    $500,000 (UMCOR will contribute up to $350,000 in cash)

How does the project support overall strategic priorities and sector objectives?
The proposed project supports the overall strategic and sector priorities of the CHAP by meeting all
leading priorities as set out in the CHAP guidelines, namely: operating in conflict-affected areas in the
North and East, working with newly displaced and otherwise vulnerable populations, implementing
immediate and life saving operations

What are the project’s main activities?
Historically it has taken up to a week for the Government and UN agencies to intervene in an IDP
situation. UMCOR, has worked successfully to fill the gap between the immediate displacement and
larger scale interventions. UMCOR in partnership with UNHCR will provide immediate assistance to
IDPs in terms of an emergency medical team and facilities, immediate food, water and NFRIs, primary
collation of IDP figures and demographics, erection of toilet and sanitary facilities, camp placement
and IDP maintenance. Interventions will continue beyond the first seven days to fill gaps in the
assistance provided.

What is the expected outcome?
IDPs will be medically treated and dispatched to hospitals quicker than is usual thus saving lives,
immediate food, water and NFRIs will be provided thus maintaining health, toilet facilities will preserve
the sanitary integrity of camps and prevent disease and reliable figures will assist greatly in UN and
local authority response planning.

                                           FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                      Budget Items                                             $
 Cost A e.g. staff             Programme and emergency staff                                    100,000
                               Toilets, food/water, NFRIs, medical tents and equipment,         700,000
 Cost B e.g. inputs
                               mobile operations centre
 Cost C e.g. administration    Programme support and administration                              50,000
 Sub-total                                                                                      850,000
 Minus available resources                                                                      350,000
 TOTAL                                                                                          500,000




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 Appealing Agency                 HELP FROM GERMANY (HELP)
 Project Title                    Construction, re-use and repair of shelter units
 Project Code                     SRL-07/S/NF05
 Sector                           Shelter and Non-Food Items
 Objective                        Assure adequate shelter to 500 households and secure the
                                  livelihood of 20 IDP families
 Beneficiaries                    TOTAL: 2,500 people (500 households)
 Implementing Partner(s)
 Project Duration                 January-June 2007
 Total Project Budget             $198,200
 Funds Requested                  $192,700

How does the project support overall strategic priorities and sector objectives?
The project consists of two components: Development of a basic individual shelter unit in accordance
to SPHERE standards with a duration time of approximately eight months. It supports the basic shelter
needs of about a minimum of 500 IDP households in Batticaloa. A shelter repair/upgrade brigade will
take care about already existing shelter. About twenty needed IDP households will provide from the
workshop, repair and transport activities.

What are the project’s main activities?
The activities are related to the knowledge of HELP in the area of construction and shelter. At present
the marked price for a Tsunami family shelter is somewhere between $150 and $250 per unit. Help
will buy the units from households that are already living in their reconstructed houses in Ampara and
Batticaloa District. The shelter units will be refurbished and sampled in wall and roof elements. If
needed, an additional floor element will be developed and produced in the workshop. Out of the
existing stock of shelter materials there will be constructed a shelter on modular basis; additional
needed materials will be purchased locally. A mobile brigade of craftsmen will upgrade and repair
already existing shelter.

What is the expected outcome?
A minimum of 500 shelter units will be handed over to an implementing organisation, which then will
distribute to IDPs in Batticaloa District and provide a suitable accommodation to affected households.
The existing shelter and sites will be upgraded and maintained. 20 IDP families will get their livelihood
secured for a period of six months. Indirect, 250 tsunami-affected households will receive an additional
income.

                                         FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                    Budget Items                                               $
 Equipment and materials       Purchase of 250 and material for 250 units                          150,000
 Livelihood/staff costs        20 IDP workers, 5 Help staff                                         19,500
 Transport                     One truck and one mini-bus                                           12,700
 Warehouse/workshop            Rent and tools                                                        6,000
 Upgrade running costs         Materials                                                            10,000
 Sub-total                                                                                         198,200
 Own resources                                                                                       5,500
 TOTAL                                                                                             192,700




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 Appealing Agency                 NORWEGIAN REFUGEE COUNCIL (NRC)
                                  Delivery of IDP Shelter and Camp Care & Maintenance and Site
 Project Title
                                  Management Coaching in Batticaloa District of Sri Lanka
 Project Code                     SRL-07/S/NF06
 Sector                           Shelter-Site Management
 Objective                        The provision of emergency shelter to conflict-affected IDPs and
                                  follow-up physical care and maintenance of shelter infrastructure is
                                  increased. This delivery of family shelter support packages and/or
                                  new camp development is coupled with on-site camp management
                                  coaching.
 Beneficiaries                    TOTAL: 9,400
                                  Children: 4,200 Women: 2,800
 Implementing Partner(s)          United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
 Project Duration                 1 January 2007 – 30 June 2007
 Total Project Budget             $623,000
 Funds Requested                  $623,000

How does the project support overall strategic priorities and sector objectives
The dynamic nature of the situation in Batticaloa District will necessitate a flexible response.
Therefore, NRC is prepared to deliver shelter assistance in a variety of ways, be it in the form of
support to IDPs residing with willing host families to identifying land and shelter structures from socio-
religious institutions or sourcing from private landowners. More likely, given that the host family
strategy is nearing the saturation point, the establishment of way stations, reception centres and
camps seems to be imminent.

Activities
1) The provision of secure, habitable living space which promotes health, safety and well-being,
enables normal household duties to be carried out, and provides a platform for re-establishing
livelihoods; 2) Harnessing IDP communities’ involvement in ensuring shelters, water and sanitation,
drainage and associated infrastructure are fit for purpose, comply with UNHCR Standards and can be
maintained in the future; 3) To strengthen and support effective camp management practice and
capacity through working with existing management and committee structures in conflict-affected IDP
camps; 4) To identify gaps in service and assistance in IDP camps, and to work towards a reduction in
gaps and duplication through dissemination of data and coordination with camp committees, service
providers and UNHCR.

Expected outcome
Emergency shelters in parallel development of camp sites, are constructed and maintained so as to
remain habitable and serviceable into the future, with local capacity strengthened through skills
training, direct assistance and community mobilisation to care for and maintain the same.

                                          FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                               Budget Items                                                     $
 Cost A e.g. staff             2 expatriates, 27 national staff                                  117,000
 Cost B e.g. inputs            Construction materials, equipment and tools                       350,000
                               Support costs including 5% admin contribution to HQ, lump         156,000
 Cost C e.g. administration
                               sum for Country Office
 Sub-total                                                                                       623,000
 Minus available resources                                                                             0
 TOTAL                                                                                           623,000




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 Appealing Agencies               SOLIDAR INGO CONSORTIUM (ASB, NPA & SAH)
 Project Title                    IDP Temporary Shelter Support in the Vanni
 Project Code                     SRL-07/S/NF07
 Sector                           Shelter
 Objective                         Support the temporary shelter requirements for 500 IDP
                                      families providing additional shelter at host family properties or
                                      at identified IDP settlement locations;
                                   Upgrade of 500 emergency shelters already constructed (initial
                                      shelters were designed for a three month period – now need to
                                      be strengthened for a further six months);
                                   Support site preparation and management.
 Beneficiaries                    up to 4,000
 Implementing Partner(s)          Direct implementation by Solidar and through local partners in
                                  coordination with the district Shelter Coordination Team, GA, NGO
                                  Consortium and UNHCR
 Project Duration                 Six months from approval date of proposal
 Total Project Budget             $267,950 (assumed exchange rate of $1 = 100 LKR)
 Total Requested                  $267,950

How does the project support overall strategic priorities and sector objectives
The proposed project will supply shelter requirements for 500families where shelter will be provided
either as extensions or freestanding structures supporting host families or at identified IDP sites. Sites
will be identified in conjunction with local authorities and activities will be undertaken in coordination
with the District Shelter Coordination Team. In addition, 500 shelters already constructed over the last
quarter will be upgraded to increase lifespan for a further 6 months.

Activities
Main activities include working with local partners and government to identify host families/IDP sites.
Solidar will first assess and then source, procure, deliver materials and then construct temporary
shelter with assistance from IDPs/host families. Technical staff and contractors are available from
Solidar tsunami programme.

Expected outcome
Solidar can utilise significant supplies of materials already in the Vanni from exiting tsunami stocks –
this can be replaced at a later date. Solidar have machinery (bulldozer and front loaders) and can
provide this capacity in-kind to support site preparation with only running costs (operator, fuel,
maintenance) required. The on-going project of latrine construction will be extended to ensure that all
shelter sites and host family locations are supported with latrines according to sphere standards.
Furthermore, a project of nutritional security is planned to be run in parallel to provide host families
with home gardens and livelihood activities associated with cadjan production currently underway will
be offered to several IDP families in this target population.

                                           FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                    Budget Items                                                $
 Cost A: STAFF (local)         Shelter erection team 10teams of 2 person /supervisor/                21,400
                               support staff (drivers, machine operators etc)
                               Shelters 500                                                         150,000
 Cost B OPERATIONAL            Upgrade of existing 500 shelters                                      50,000
                               Front Loader/tractors – site preparation                              16,800
 Cost C ADMINISTRATION &       Communication/Office running costs/support/ 1 expatriate              29,750
 MANAGEMENT                    at 50%
 TOTAL Requested                                                                                    267,950




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 Appealing Agency                   UNITED METHODIST COMMITTEE ON RELIEF (UMCOR)
 Project Title                      Return Assistance to IDP Populations Affected by Military Action
 Project Code                       SRL-07/S/NF08
 Sector                             Shelter
 Objective                          To provide return and full reconstruction assistance to returning
                                    IDP populations affected by military action.
 Beneficiaries                      Returnee families: up to 300 families receive the full reconstruction
                                    of their homes damaged by the conflict in the North and East

 Implementing Partner(s)            Local authorities, CBOs, Ministry of Resettlement (cooperating
                                    partners)
 Project Duration                   1 January 2007 – 30 June 2007
 Total Project Budget               $1,800,000
 Funds Requested                    $1,600,000 (UMCOR will contribute up to $200,000 in cash)

How does the project support overall strategic priorities and sector objectives?
The proposed project supports the overall strategic and sector priorities of the CHAP by meeting
leading priorities as set out in the CHAP guidelines, namely shelter and reconstruction, operating in
conflict-affected areas in the North and East, working with newly displaced and otherwise vulnerable
populations

What are the project’s main activities?
Many families returning in the Sri Lankan context return to homes damaged by the conflict that
displaced them. For example, in Muttur up to 1,800 homes have been damaged. The majority of these
homes are repairable. However a significant proportion are not. In these situations, many times those
owners of completely damaged homes are not provided with assistance and become permanent IDPs
or live in poverty without adequate housing. UMCOR under this project will provide (via a set of
vulnerability assessment and selection criteria) a mixture of self help and turn key construction
assistance to up to 300 families returning to completely damaged homes, specifically 101 houses in
Muttur and 199 houses in areas to be assigned by UNHCR. Understanding that a house alone does
not constitute sustainable return assistance UMCOR will provide livelihood assistance targeting the
most vulnerable returnees.

What is the expected outcome?
Assistance will be provided to up to 300 families to rebuild their completely damaged homes.
Additionally, suitable and appropriate livelihood assistance will be provided. Following the delivery of
materials, livelihood assistance and services families will be able to continue their pre displacement
lives.

                                           FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                     Budget Items                                              $
 Cost A e.g. staff             Programme and emergency staff                                     140,000
                               Full repair assistance for up to 300 houses                     1,500,000
 Cost B e.g. inputs
                               Livelihood assistance for up to 300 families                       60,000
 Cost C e.g. administration    Programme support and administration                              100,000
 Sub-total                                                                                     1,800,000
 Minus available resources     (UMCOR cash contribution)                                         200,000
 TOTAL                                                                                         1,600,000




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 Appealing Agency                 UNITED METHODIST COMMITTEE ON RELIEF (UMCOR)
 Project Title                    Planning for Emergency and Development
 Project Code                     SRL-07/S/NF09
 Sector                           Site Management - Emergency IDP Assistance
 Objective                        To provide planning for and construction of IDP camps for
                                  populations affected by military action utilising emergency and
                                  developmental models
                                  Returnee families: up to 3,000 families affected by the conflict in
 Beneficiaries                    the North and East receive pre planned spaces and assistance in
                                  IDP camps
 Implementing Partner(s)          Local authorities, CBOs, Ministry of Resettlement (cooperating
                                  partners), Ministry of Disaster Relief Services
 Project Duration                 1 January 2007 – 30 June 2007
 Total Project Budget             $705,000
 Funds Requested                  $505,000 (UMCOR will contribute up to $200,000 in cash)

How does the project support overall strategic priorities and sector objectives?
The proposed project supports the overall strategic and sector priorities of the CHAP by meeting
leading priorities as set out in the CHAP guidelines, namely life saving emergency assistance to IDPs,
operating in conflict-affected areas in the North and East, working with newly displaced and otherwise
vulnerable populations

What are the project’s main activities?
Historically IDP situations in Sri Lanka have suffered from a lack of preparation and organisation:
Space for IDPs is limited by accessibility, acceptability and the politics of ethnicity. A plethora of
uncoordinated stakeholders struggle to find adequate shelter and services are overstretched and take
too long to arrive. Additionally, tensions between host and IDP communities can spill over into
violence as scarce resources are used up. This project will identify key stakeholders and ascertain the
buildings most used as camps by potential IDPs by analysing historical trends and the prevailing
military situation. By a process of identification and negotiation, UMCOR will seek to gain permission
to use public buildings as emergency IDP camps and also identify suitable open spaces on which to
build purpose built camps. UMCOR will then construct extra facilities such as toilets and washstands
in public buildings, make repairs to structures and make them suitable to house an identified number
of IDP families. In open spaces UMCOR will construct the necessary infrastructure for IDP camps
such as access roads, water, sanitary and drainage systems and set out plots for temporary shelters.
Temporary shelter materials will be procured and placed on standby for rapid erection (they won’t be
set up ahead of time in order to deter squatters). The local community will be provided with
employment during the construction phases, will be trained to provide services for the camps when
inhabited and will also have the use of the facilities when not in use as camps. This development
assistance to the community for use in an emergency context will defuse many of the tensions
traditionally felt between the communities and will demonstrate the benefit of IDPs to host
communities.

What is the expected outcome?
IDPs arriving in safe areas will be provided transport to pre prepared camps where cooking and
medical facilities are set up. This will avoid the overcrowding of the nearest safe zone to the area of
displacement, will provide UNHCR and others the opportunity to work with the displaced community to
return them in a dignified and consensual manner and will decrease the potential for increased
morbidity in unplanned camps.

                                               FINANCIAL SUMMARY
 Budget Items                                                                                 $
 Cost A e.g. staff            Programme and emergency staff                                    100,000
                              Repair to, and development of, identified public buildings       150,000
                              for IDP use                                                      250,000
 Cost B e.g. inputs           Preparation of open space for IDP camp                            30,000
                              Training of host community                                       125,000
                              Pre position IDP assistance
 Cost C e.g. administration   Programme support and administration                              50,000
 Sub-total                                                                                     705,000
 Minus available resources    (UMCOR cash contribution)                                        200,000
 TOTAL                                                                                         505,000


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                                        WATER & SANITATION
 Appealing Agency                 AGENCE FOR TECHNICAL COOPERATION AND
                                  DEVELOPMENT (ACTED)
                                  Emergency Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Response to Mankarny
 Project Title
                                  Conflict IDPs- Vaharai division, Northern Batticaloa District-
 Project Code                     SRL-07/WS01
 Sector                           Water, environmental sanitation, hygiene
 Objective                        Ensuring primary sanitation conditions and promoting hygiene
                                  standards with a special attention on most vulnerable individuals
 Beneficiaries                    TOTAL: 10 families (approximately 3,500 persons)
                                  Children: 1,300 Women: 10
 Project Duration                 January - June 2007
 Total Project Budget             $350,000
 Funds Requested                  $350,000

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
The project will be threefold: i) emergency water and sanitation facilities will be provided in order to
avoid degradation of sanitation standards due to critical concentrations of IDPs; ii) hygiene promotion
activities will be conducted as how to maintain basic hygiene standards within the IDP camps, iii) Cash
for Work activities will be implemented in order to ensure drainage of stagnant waters while providing
basic sustainability assets to vulnerable beneficiaries

Main activities
   Installation of 60 emergency latrine units (50 persons per unit) to satisfy immediate sanitation
    needs while semi-permanent toilets are under construction (according to the Sphere Standards);
   Construction to 175 semi permanent latrines in compliance with the Sphere Standards (20
    persons per unit);
   Provision of 50 shallow hand pumps close to latrines in order to facilitate the correct use of
    latrines;
   Construction of 35 washing areas (ensuring female/male privacy);
   Hygiene promotion for 3.500 IDPs done by 70 hygiene volunteers and creation of Hygiene
    Committees;
   Distribution of hygiene kits (in complement to UNICEF distribution);
   Distribution of 175 toilet kits and 100 waste management kits;
   Employment of 30 mandays to implement camp drainage operations while providing basic
    income to IDPs.

Expected outcomes
   Sanitation facilities, such as latrines and washing points, are functional and used by 3,500 IDPs;
   Primary hygiene practices are known and followed by all beneficiaries;
   All the children in Mankerni IDP camp are specifically exposed to hygiene promotion;
   70 hygiene volunteers ensure control on hygiene practices and solid waste management;
   Neither stagnant water nor loose solid waste is found in the camp.

                               FINANCIAL SUMMARY FOR SIX MONTHS
                             Budget Items                                                     $
Cost A e.g. staff            National (19) and Expatriate (2) staff                              60,000
                             Sanitation                                                          70,000
                             Hygiene Promotion                                                  130,000
                             Washing and Bathing                                                 15,000
Cost B e.g. inputs
                             Solid Waste Management                                              10,000
                             Drainage                                                            20,000
                             Inputs costs                                                       245,000
Cost C e.g. administration   Communication and security costs                                    45,000
Sub-total                                                                                       350,000
Minus available resources                                                                          ------
TOTAL                                                                                          350, 000




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 Appealing Agency                       ACTION ARM
                                        Cross-Sector Vector Borne Disease Control (VBDC) Initiative –
 Project Title
                                        WATSAN/WASH Component
 Project Code                           SRL-07/WS02
 Sector                                 Water, environmental sanitation, hygiene
                                        Maintain or enhance efficacy of present Vector-Borne Disease
                                        Control Programmes through mitigation of any adverse impact of
 Objective
                                        WATSAN/WASH Initiatives on Vector Populations or Levels of
                                        Human/Vector Contact
 Beneficiaries                          North and East
 Implementing Partner(s)                WHO, MoH and others to be determined.
 Project Duration                       January 2007 to June 2007
 Total Project Budget                   $170,000
 Funds Requested                        $170,000

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
With conflict intensity on the rise and ever increasing numbers of IDPs living in temporary and
transitional shelters and settlements, the efficacy of existing malaria and dengue vector control
programmes could be reduced. Since WATSAN components can impact VBDC programmes, action
should be taken to minimise such impact and ensure that existing VBDC programmes maintain
present levels of effectiveness. As a cross sector initiative, the VBDC programme will assist actors in
the WATSAN Sector develop designs and implementation approaches, which will minimise potential
negative impact on vector borne disease control, and instead potentially enhance efficacy of MoH and
WHO VBDC programmes now and in the future.

Main activities
   Assess Negative and Positive Impact of Specific Projects as well as general WATSAN
    approaches on VBDC and help identify areas of obvious cross sector collaboration in WATSAN
    initiatives (WHO);
   Collaborate with WHO on development of Risk Maps for use in WATSAN programmes to identify
    sources of intrinsic and extrinsic risk to VBDC programme efficacy and either encourage
    selection of low-risk sites, or define mitigation measures for high risk sites when there are no
    alternatives;
   Develop Donor Guidelines for the WATSAN Sector that promote adoption of mosquito hostile
    design and engineering methods;
   Educate “Actor” Staff such as Architects, Engineers and Designers;
   Monitor Implementation and Adherence to Guidelines in the Field;
   Generally increase awareness of mitigation measures among actors and beneficiaries;
   Maintain GIS Database of Ongoing WATSAN Programmes and Assess Efficacy of Mitigation
    Measures on Case Rates in Programme Areas.

Expected outcome.
It is hoped that the Cross-Sector VBDC Initiative will catalyse the maintenance or reduction of present
levels of vector borne disease in target areas. Increased awareness and enhanced capacity between
both actor and beneficiary populations regarding WATSAN impact on VBDC will also be generated
and in turn this will lead to improved WATSAN project design.

                                              FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                         Budget Items                                              $
 Personnel, incl. international and national epidemiologists, architects, engineers, field staff       30,000
 Contracts                                                                                             20,000
 Organisation of training sessions, printed material, assessment & capacity building                   60,000
 Non-expendable items, including field and office equipment, communications                            10,000
 General operating expenses, including secondary transport, duty travel, vehicle
 maintenance, fuel, handling, storage, quality control and telecommunications costs                 40,000
 Direct operating costs, including technical support services                                       10,000
 Total Project Budget                                                                              170,000
 Funds Requested                                                                                   170,000



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 Appealing Agency                   A.S.I.A. Onlus
 Project Title                      Meeting Drinking Water Needs of the Conflict-affected Population
                                    of Mankerny – Batticaloa District
 Project Code                       SRL-07/WS03
 Sector                             Water, environmental sanitation, hygiene
 Objective                          To contribute to improve the living and health conditions of
                                    conflict-affected families through increased access to safe
                                    drinking water
 Beneficiaries                      200 families from the village of Mankerny - Vaharai Division,
                                    Northern Batticaloa District
 Implementing Partners              Department of Health
 Project Duration                   January – June 2007
 Total Project Budget               $160,000
 Funds Requested                    $160,000

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
The aim of the project is to rehabilitate and/or reconstruct dug-wells in order to:
   Supply the population with drinking water in a long-term perspective of sustainability;
   Improve the existing coping mechanism related to the activities of home gardening already
    supported by ASIA through a livelihood/food security intervention.

Main activities
   Assessment of water quality in partnership with the Department of Health;
   Recovery of dug-wells wherever possible, or construction of new ones;
   Construction of water harvesting tanks;
   Supply of distribution systems (well-tank-house facilities): water pump and pipes;
   Hygiene promotion activities on effective drinking water treatments.

Expected outcome
   200 conflict-affected families from Mankerny provided with access to sufficient quantities of water
    for drinking purposes, hygiene use and home-gardening activities;
   200 families exposed to hygiene promotion activities concerning water collection and treatment.

                                       FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                   Budget Items                                              $
 Cost A- Staff labour cost                                                                        26,000
 Cost B - Inputs                                                                                 120,000
 Cost C - Administration                                                                          14,000
 TOTAL                                                                                           160,000




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 Appealing Agency                ASSEMBLY OF SOCIAL MOBILISATION (ASM)
 Project Title                   Construction of Toilets for conflict-affected people
 Project Code                    SRL-07/WS04
 Sector                          Water, environmental sanitation, hygiene
 Objective                       To improve the basic living condition of the conflict-affected people
                                 in Muthur, Kinniya and Thampalagamam Divisions
 Beneficiaries                   2,550 people direct beneficiaries, out of which 1,203 women, 974
                                 men and 373 children in the Kinniya, Muthur and Thampalagamam
                                 divisions.
 Implementing Partner            Assembly of Social Mobilisation
 Project Duration                Jan – June 2007
 Total Project Budget            $111,111
 Fund Requested                  $111,111

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
This project will address and meet the basic sanitation needs of the recently displaced people and the
vulnerable people in the host communities. This project contributes to the CHAP Sri Lanka sector
objective, of providing access to proper sanitary facilities to IDP families in camps and in host
locations.

Main activities
The main activities of the projects are:
   Conducting an assessment on availability and the use of the toilets in targeted divisions;
   Coordination with the MOH (Medical Officer of Health) and the PHI (Public Health Inspectors) for
    the approvals and the advices;
   Coordination with the Non Governmental Organisations (NGO) and the GO (Government
    Organisations) to avoiding the duplications;
   Construction of 200 toilets in Kinniya, Thampalagamam and Mutur divisions;
   Monitoring and reporting.

Expected outcome
   Recent IDPs and the vulnerable people in the host communities have improved access to
    sanitation facilities;
   Improved better personal hygiene practices of the IDPs and the host community people;
   Women and young girls have safe access to sanitation facilities.

                                             FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                   Budget Items                                               $
 Construction of toilets                                                                           74,074
 Staff and Administration                                                                          37,037
 Sub-total                                                                                        111,111
 Funds Requested                                                                                  111,111




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 Appealing Agency                 ARCHE NOVA E.V. - INITIATIVE FOR PEOPLE IN NEED (AN)
                                  Support to water supply and sanitation for internally displaced
 Project Title
                                  people (IDP) in the district of Batticaloa, Sri Lanka
 Project Code                     SRL-07/WS05
 Sector                           Water, environmental sanitation, hygiene
 Objective                        Satisfying the water supply and hygiene promotion needs of IDPs
                                  in camps and host families
 Beneficiaries                    TOTAL: 2,000 people (ca. 500 families)
                                  Children: about 600, Women: about 600
                                  Elders: about 250, Handicapped: about 250 Others: 300
 Implementing Partner(s)          UNICEF, Secretariats of Divisions Manmunai North, Chenkalady,
                                  Arampathy, Kattankudy, Ministry of Health, Acted, Oxfam, Merlin,
                                  UNHCR etc.
 Project Duration                 January 2007 - June 2007
 Funds Requested                  $49,838

How does the project support overall strategic priorities and sector objectives?
The provision of water for IDPs addresses one basic need of refugees to secure their survival.
Therefore it fulfils the overall strategic priority of emergency relief. Though IDP-Camps are temporary
installations, the carrying out of hygiene promotion, particularly related to water adds the element of
sustainability to the measures and is crucial for the prevention of diseases and the breaking out of
epidemics.

What are the project’s main activities?
  Construction of flushed tube-wells in IDP-Camps and host families with apron and hand-pump for
   flushing use at latrines;
  Installation of water tanks in IDP-Camps and host families for drinking water and daily bowsering
   of chlorinated water into them;
  Construction of bathing areas in IDP-Camps including installations for their supply with water;
  Hygiene promoting educational activities in the IDP-Camps and host families regarding the
   handling of food, water and waste in a hygienic way and to prevent the pollution of ground water.

What is the expected outcome?
  Provision of enough safe water to satisfy the different water needs in IDP-Camps and host
   families;
  Support of hygienic conditions in the sites to prevent the outbreak of diseases.

                                          FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                              Budget Items                                                   $
 Cost A e.g. staff            Salaries for work and supervision                                   9,137
 Cost B e.g. inputs           Materials, transport                                               35,797
 Cost C e.g. administration   Admin cost, covering for unexpected                                 4,904
 Total                                                                                           49,838




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 Appealing Agency                   INTERNATIONAL RELIEF AND DEVELOPMENT (IRD)
                                    Strengthening emergency Water, Sanitation Practices & Hygiene
 Project Title
                                    in Transitional Camps at Batticaloa & Ampara districts
 Project Code                       SRL-07/WS06
 Sector                             Water, environmental sanitation, hygiene
 Objective                          IDP families have sufficient water, access to sanitation with proper
                                    practices and adequate hygiene facilities & practices.
 Beneficiaries                      Conflict-affected IDP Families: 3,500
                                    Children: 8,600 Women: 4,000
 Implementing Partner(s)            NWSDB; Ministry of Health; LNGO
 Project Duration                   January 2007 – June 2007
 Total Project Budget               $310,250
 Funds Requested                    $215,250

Overall strategic priorities and sector objectives
IRD will be responsible for the coordination of all relevant agents to provide safe water, conduct
awareness programmes on health, sanitation & hygiene practices to ensure that all IDPs are provided
with basic WASH facilities.

Main activities
   Raise awareness among IDPs on practical aspects related to hygiene, sanitation and prevention
    of environmentally linked health conditions including insect vector borne diseases;
   To design and implement behaviour change communication strategy towards effective preventive
    practices in relating to food preparation & consumption, minimum water usage methods, basic
    hygiene and hand washing;
   Provisions of hygiene kits & other necessary items with hygiene massage;
   Provide safe water, construction of emergency temporary toilets;
   Emergency solid waste collection and disposal and garbage structures.

Expected outcome
   Educated 3,500 conflict-affected IDP families have access proper practices on minimum usage/
    water saving methods;
   Educated 3,500 IDP families have practices on proper sanitary facilities and have appropriate
    hygiene facilities and supplies (including hygiene kits);
   3,500 IDP families have effective communication of hygiene messages;
   Coordinated approach among partners & other related authorities.

                               FINANCIAL SUMMARY                                            Overall
                                                                                         Requirements
                                    Budget Items                                               $
 Awareness programme on water usage methods                                                       65,000
 Awareness programme on proper sanitation & hygiene practices                                     78,000
 Solid waste collection & disposal                                                                60,750
 Construction of 125 emergency temporary toilets                                                  37,500
 Emergency WASH Staff                                                                             32,000
 Field operational support                                                                        22,000
 Indirect Programme cost                                                                          15,000
 Total                                                                                           310,250
 Available resources                                                                              95,000
 Funds requested                                                                                 215,250




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 Appealing Agencies                Solidar INGO Consortium (NPA, ASB and SAH)
 Project Title                     Hygienic Information Project (HIP)
 Project Code                      SRL-07/WS07
 Sector                            Water, environmental sanitation, hygiene
 Objective                         Awareness raising of hygiene practices for school children and
                                   IDPs living in camps and/or with host communities
 Beneficiaries                     TOTAL: 20,000 IDPs in Jaffna, Kilinochchi and Trincomalee
                                   Districts
 Implementing Partner(s)           HIP will be implemented alongside other hygiene promotional
                                   projects in Jaffna, Kilinochchi and Trincomalee in consultation with
                                   the Zonal Education Director and Tamil Eelam Health Services.
 Project Duration                  January - June 2007
 Total Project Budget              $83,640
 Funds Requested                   $68,640

Overall support to Strategic Priorities and sector objectives
The impact of the 2006 displacement in the north has alerted communities and organisations to the
dangers of insufficient knowledge of hygiene promotion. It is increasingly perceived that adequate
preparedness; mitigation and warning start from sufficient knowledge and dissemination of critical
information.

The HIP aims to cover the contagious diseases that pose a risk to the north of Sri Lanka such as
malaria, cholera and diarrhoea. This will focus on covering the risks, causes, conditions and impacts
of contagious diseases and increasing awareness of issues such as keeping local environments
clean, personal health and overall good hygiene behaviour.

Main activities
The project will explain to communities living in temporary IDP transit camps and children attending
school the importance of hygiene and how to maintain hygiene in a camp environment. HIP will
concentrate on environmental cleanliness, physical health and how to prevent the spreading and
contracting of the common diseases found in camp environments.

HIP plans to target all age groups and genders within the IDP camps. The educational programmes
will be implemented through the medium of PowerPoint presentations projected onto large movie
screens therefore attracting a large audience of beneficiaries per individual programme. HIP will be
implemented through trained facilitators each setting up the IT equipment needed to implement HIP in
IDP camps. After each session light entertainment (children’s cartoons) will be provided to the
participants.

Expected outcomes
HIP expected outcomes: Greater awareness of hygienic practice, reduction of incidence of common
diseases, and the creation of a public forum to discuss hygienic concerns.

                                              FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                        Budget Items                                                          $
 Total Costs            HIP activities, Investments, Operational costs, Administration            83,640
                        and Management
 Available Resources    NPA in-kind management contribution                                       15,000
 Funds Requested                                                                                  68,640




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 Appealing Agencies                 SOLIDAR INGO CONSORTIUM (NPA, ASB & SAH)
 Project Title                      Providing WASH services to IDPs in the Vanni
 Project Code                       SRL-07/WS08
 Sector                             Water, environmental sanitation, hygiene
 Objective                          To provide WASH Services to IDP families and their host families to
                                    the recently displaced in the Vanni.
 Beneficiaries                      TOTAL: approx. 6,000 families
 Implementing Partner(s)            Direct Implementation with sector coordination with UNICEF
 Project Duration                   6 Months: January to June 2007
 Total Project Budget               $180,000
 Funds Requested                    $130,000

Overall support to Strategic Priorities and sector objectives
Construction of a minimum of 400 semi-permanent latrines for IDPs and their host families.

Main activities
Conducting assessments/surveys; construction of upper latrine bodies and construction of latrine
soak-pits.

Expected outcome
IDPs have access to proper sanitation facilities in camps and host locations.

                                                  FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                 Budget Items                                                   $
 Cost A: Initial survey          Assessments, Surveys and Monitoring activities                       5,000
 Cost B: Material inputs         Equipment, materials and labour                                    155,000
 Cost C: Project support costs   Project support costs                                               20,000
 Total                                                                                              180,000
                                 Solidar will provide matching funding contributions for             50,000
 Available resources
                                 project management & support costs
 Funds Requested                                                                                    130,000




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 Appealing Agency                 TRINCOMALEE DISTRICT GANDHI SEVAI ASSOCIATION
                                  (TDGSA)
 Project Title                    Construction of toilets for conflict-affected people
 Project Code                     SRL-07/WS09
 Sector                           Water, environmental sanitation, hygiene
 Objective                        To improve the basic living condition of conflict-affected people in
                                  Kuchavelli and town and gravates DS divisions.
 Beneficiaries                    2725 people direct beneficiaries, out of which 1203 women 974 men
                                  and 548 children in Kuchavelli and town and gravates divisions.
 Implementing Partner             Trincomalee District Gandhi Sevai Association (TDGSA)
 Project Duration                 January – June 2007
 Total Project Budget             $101,852
 Fund Request                     $101,852

Overall support to strategic priorities and the sector objectives
This project will address and meets the basic sanitation needs of recently displaced people and
vulnerable people in host communities. This project contributes to the CHAP Sri Lanka sector
objective of providing access to the proper sanitary facilities to IDP families in camps and host
locations.

Main activities
The main activities of the project are:
   Conducting an assessment on availability and the use of the toilets in targeted divisions;
   Coordination with the MoH and the PHI for approval and advice;
   Coordination with NGO and the GO for avoiding duplications;
   Construction of 200 toilets in Kuchavelli and town and gravates divisions;
   Monitoring and evaluation.

Expected outcome
   Recent IDPs and vulnerable people in host communities have improved access to sanitation
    facilities;
   Improved personal hygiene practice of the IDPs and the host community people;
   Women and the young girls have the safe access to sanitation facilities.


                                            FINANCIAL SUMMARY
           Budget Item                              Description                         Amount $
 Direct project cost            200 Toilets                                                    64,815
 Staff and Administration       Staff, office cost                                             37,037
 Total                                                                                       101,852




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 Appealing Agency                     UNITED NATIONS CHILDREN’S FUND (UNICEF)
 Project Title                        Emergency Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
 Project Code                         SRL-07/WS10
 Sector                               Water, environmental sanitation, hygiene
 Objective                            Families affected by the recent conflict provided with adequate
                                      water, sanitation and hygiene facilities and information
 Beneficiaries                        TOTAL: 30,000 conflict-affected IDP families
                                      Children: 67,500 Women: 33,750
 Implementing Partner(s)              National Water Supply and Drainage Board, Ministry of Health and
                                      international and national NGOs.
 Project Duration                     January– June 2007
 Total Project Budget                 $1,666,700
 Funds Requested                      $555,600

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
UNICEF will ensure a coordinated approach among partners to provide safe water, proper sanitation
and hygiene information to children and women affected by the conflict.

Main activities
   Ensure the availability of a minimum safe water supply, taking into account the privacy, dignity
    and security of women and girls, through installation of emergency water supply systems and
    transport of water by trucks;
   Provision of bleach, chlorine or purification tablets including detailed user and safety instruction in
    local languages;
   Provision of jerry cans, family hygiene kits and dissemination of key hygiene messages on the
    dangers of cholera and other water and excreta related diseases;
   Facilitate safe excreta and solid waste disposal with the construction of emergency temporary
    toilets and garbage structures;
   Technical assistance to support coordination and implementation.
Expected outcomes
   30,000 conflict-affected IDP families have access to sufficient quantities of water for drinking and
    hygienic use;
   30,000 IDP families have access to proper sanitary facilities and have appropriate hygiene
    facilities and supplies (including hygiene kits);
   Effective communication of hygiene messages and information is provided to affected families;
   Coordinated approach among partners ensured.

                                           FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                    Budget Items                                   Overall Requirements
                                                                                             $
 Construction of 1,400 temporary toilets                                                         341,000
 Safe Water Supply                                                                               416,700
 Hygiene Promotion – Kits and IEC                                                                360,000
 Safe Waste Disposal                                                                              49,000
 Emergency Water and Sanitation Staff                                                            216,600
 Field operational support                                                                       166,700
 Indirect Programme Support                                                                      116,700
 Total                                                                                         1,666,700
 Available resources                                                                           1,111,100
 Funds requested                                                                                 555,600




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 Appealing Agency                   OXFAM Great Britain (OGB)
 Project Title                      Safe water and sanitation facilities for internally displaced persons
                                    in the conflict affected districts of Batticaloa, Trincomalee and
                                    Killinochi
 Project Code                       SRL-07/WS11
 Sector                             Water and Sanitation
 Objective                          Ensuring adequate provision of safe water and sanitation facilities
                                    for internally displaced persons
 Beneficiaries                      12,000 (estimate)
 Implementing Partner(s)            Sarvodya, Shakti Organisation, Kinniya Vision, ESCO, Local
                                    Authorities (pradeshiya sabha etc), EUDA
 Project Duration                   January 2007 to July 2007
 Total Project Budget               $657,000
 Funds Requested                    $0 (already funded)

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
Oxfam will mainly work through local partners and will establish linkages with local government bodies
and existing service providers. This project will ensure access to safe water and sanitation facilities at
the short term whereas in the longer term Oxfam will advocate and influence local authorities to take
over the responsibilities. During the course of the project Oxfam with the support of partners will
develop camp committees and user groups within the IDP’s to manage the water and sanitation
facilities generated through this project.

Main activities
The main activities will include solid waste collection, public health promotion activities, and provision
of latrines, NFRIs, hygiene kits, provision of bathing and hand washing facilities with a special focus
on women and children. All activities would be designed in consultation with the effected communities.
The project would strive to develop a community based management structure, which would enable
communities to voice their rights on this issue. The project will promote SPHERE standards and
humanitarian charter.

Expected outcome
Reduction of water borne diseases among IDP’s living in camps or resettlement sites; The
enhancement of the ability of the IDP’s to have access and control over basic services.

                                        FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                    Budget Items                                                $
 Cost A e.g. staff                                                                                 65,000
 Cost B e.g. inputs                                                                               547,000
 Cost C e.g. administration                                                                        45,000
 Sub-total                                                                                        657,000
 Minus available resources                                                                        657,000
 TOTAL REQUEST                                                                                0 (Funded)




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                                                 FOOD
 Appealing Agency                 DANISH REFUGEE COUNCIL (DRC)
 Project Title                    Emergency food assistance to conflict-affected families
 Project Code                     SRL-07/F01
 Sector                           Food / Nutrition
 Objective                        To provide 10,000 families in the districts of Jaffna, Kilinochchi,
                                  Mullaitivu and Trincomalee with food rations complementary to the
                                  rations provided by WFP. Each family would be provided with two-
                                  week rations per month over a six-month period. These packages
                                  would be provided along with accompanying NFRI packages
                                  (separately funded)
 Beneficiaries                    TOTAL: 10,000 families (est. 40,000 individuals)
                                  Children: est. 20,000 individuals Women: est. 10,000 individuals
 Implementing Partner(s)          N/A
 Project Duration                 January - June 2007
 Total Project Budget             $1,043,427
 Funds Requested                  $1,043,427

Support to overall strategic priorities and sector objectives
The project supports overall strategic priorities and sector objectives by supplementing WFP standard
dry rations with additional protein (soya meat, dried and tinned fish) and calories (coconut oil), plus
locally used spices, to help ensure that 10,000 families displaced by recent conflict have a usable food
package that is culturally appropriate and balanced.

Main activities
Main activities include procurement, transportation, storage, beneficiary assessment and distribution
of supplementary food parcels over a 6-month period. Procurement and logistics will be managed
directly by DRC; beneficiary assessments and distributions will be carried out by DRC in collaboration
with district-level government authorities, UN agencies and NGO partners. DRC will co-ordinate
closely with WFP, UNICEF, World Vision and others agencies active in the food sector to ensure that
geographic overlapping and content duplication is avoided.

Expected outcome
10,000 conflict-affected families in the Northeast are provided with a balanced nutritional diet over the
period of six months.

                                             FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                       Budget Items                                            $
 Staff:             Administrative, logistics & programme staff                                  41,445
 Project inputs:    Supplementary food rations                                                  910,000
 Operations:        Logistics & running costs                                                    42,295
 Administration:    HQ administrative support                                                    49,687
 Sub-total                                                                                    1,043,427
 Minus available resources                                                                          N/A
 TOTAL                                                                                        1,043,427




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 Appealing Agency                  SEWALANKA FOUNDATION (SLF)
                                   Emergency Food Assistance to the recent displaced and host
 Project Title
                                   communities in Jaffna
 Project Code                      SRL-07/F02
 Sector                            Food / Nutrition
 Objective                         To complement the immediate food needs of the emergency
                                   displaced vulnerable groups and host communities in Jaffna who
                                   are affected by the prevailing security situation and have limited
                                   access to food. Already restricted food assistance and humanitarian
                                   access, unavailability of food due to closure in trading and severe
                                   shortages of basic commodities has created a food crisis in the
                                   above areas resulting in vulnerabilities for many, in particular
                                   women and children.
 Beneficiaries                     5,443 families in Jaffna District.
                                         Description    Families in the welfare centres    Living with friends &
                                                                                                 relatives
                                       Jaffna Town                   312                          1,200
                                       Jaffna North                  334                          1,600
                                       Jaffna South                  239                          1,758
                                       Total                         885                          4,558
                                   Children: Approx. 10,000 Women: Approx. 10,000
 Implementing Partner(s)           Sewalanka in coordination with the Government Agents and
                                   Divisional Secretaries will implement the project and will coordinate
                                   with necessary parties involved in the sector
 Project Duration                  January – June 2007
 Total Project Budget              $850,344 [one months full package programme with other Donors=
                                   $437,535]
 Funds Requested                   $412,809 [Two months complementary to the normal WFP
                                   package]

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
The project will complement the food distribution of the World Food Programme implemented in
coordination with the Government Agent Jaffna. This assistance provided will complement the WFP
package with additional food items such as nutritional Soya tin.

Main activities
The main project activity will be to distribute the monthly food package for two months to the targeted
beneficiaries of the project in Jaffna. The programme of immediate food needs provided for the
targeted families will be for three months and the first months’ package will be supported with funds
that are available in cooperation with GAA and the ECHO. Sewalanka, with the support and
cooperation of WFP, will address the needs of the given target groups for a period of two months. The
projects main activities will be implemented in Jaffna in the allocated target group (TG) and other
hosting communities as needed. The Government agent has already allocated 5,443 families
displaced recently with friends and relatives. The project will be implemented in cooperation with all
relevant coordinating bodies/parties and the Government Agent.

Expected outcome
The food requirements and the food security of the recently displaced people and the host
communities in Jaffna unable to access food needs are sufficiently addressed.

                                           FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                              Budget Items                                                                $
 Cost A e.g. staff            24 staff members                                                                  9,615
 Cost B e.g. inputs           Food items                                                                      356,925
                              Transport, visibility, store rent, communication and other
 Cost C e.g. administration
                              admin costs                                                                      46,269
 Sub-total                                                                                                    412,809
 Minus available resources
 TOTAL                                                                                                        412,809




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 Appealing Agency                   WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME (WFP)
 Project Title                      Assistance to Vulnerable Groups for Peace Building in Conflict and
                                    Tsunami Affected Areas*
 Project Code                       SRL-07/F03
 Sector                             Food / Nutrition
 Objective                          Ensure food security and prevent deterioration of the nutritional
                                    status of conflict-affected populations in need.
 Beneficiaries                      TOTAL: 400,000
                                    Children: 140,000 Women: 136,000 (adult female beneficiaries)
 Implementing Partner(s)            Ministry of Nation Building and other UN and NGOs active in the
                                    sector.
 Project Duration                   January 2007 – June 2007* (extension in time from original CHAP
                                    proposal covering September 2006 – December 2006)
 Total Project Budget               $22,741,992
 Funds Requested                    $22,741,992

*This project is proposed within the framework of the ongoing WFP PRRO 10067.1 (2005-2007) and
consists of an expansion of food aid interventions to ensure the access of food to newly displaced
populations affected by the conflict.

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
   The project will address the overall strategic priority relating to the food security of the population
    affected by the conflict. It also aims at preventing the deterioration of the nutritional status of
    vulnerable groups through targeted complementary food aid interventions under WFP PRRO
    10067.1

Main activities
   General food distributions of a basic food basket to people displaced or otherwise economically
    affected by the conflict. Complementary food aid interventions targeted to most vulnerable groups
    (pregnant and lactating women and children) in conflict-affected populations at risk of food
    insecurity. Joint WFP/UNICEF nutritional assessments and monitoring conducted among conflict-
    affected populations.

Expected outcomes
   Food security of the IDP population is ensured and the deterioration of the nutritional status of
    affected people is prevented.

                                                 FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                               Budget Items                                                     $
 Direct Operational Costs      Food, External Transport, Land Transport Storage and            18,356,342
                               Handling, ODOC (Support costs to counterpart
                               Government Agency)
                               Staffing, Administration and running costs attributable to       2,897,856
 Direct Support Costs
                               WFP Sri Lanka
 Indirect Support Costs        7% of all direct costs                                           1,487,794
 Sub-total                                                                                     22,741,992
 Minus available resources                                                                            N/A
 TOTAL                                                                                         22,741,992




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 Appealing Agency                  ZOA REFUGEE CARE (ZOA)
 Project Title                     Food Support for Vulnerable People and IDPs in Jaffna
 Project Code                      SRL-07/F04
 Sector                            Food / Nutrition
 Objective                         Improved Food situation of vulnerable people and IDPs
 Beneficiaries                     TOTAL: 2,000 families
 Implementing Partner(s)           In Cooperation with the GA-Jaffna
 Project Duration                  December 2006 – February 2007
 Total Project Budget              $56,389 - Optional if different from Funds Requested.
 Funds Requested                   $56,389 - Bottom-line amount appealed for in the CA.

ZOA will identify 2,000 of the most vulnerable families and IDPs and support them with an additional
(basic) food package similar to the government support for these groups. The current government
rations have a value of Rs. 600 ($5.51) and are not currently sufficient to support those families. The
food provided will also complement basic food rations distributed by WFP in Jaffna.

The food will be purchased from Government food stocks via the GA-Jaffna who has agreed to sell it
for normal (Colombo) prices equally to the prices charged in the distribution centres. It is expected that
over the following months as WFP/Government food distributions are more regularised, distributions
by ZOA will no longer be required.

                                           FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                    Budget Items                                                $
 Cost A e.g. staff             Local staff                                                          10,000
 Cost B e.g. inputs            2000 families * Rs 600 * 3 months                                    32,700
 Cost C e.g. administration    Administration, office, transport                                    10,000
 Overhead 7%                                                                                         3,689
 Sub-total                                                                                          56,389
 Minus available resources                                                                               -
 TOTAL                                                                                              56,389




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                                                   HEALTH
 Appealing Agency                    UNITED NATIONS CHILDREN’S FUND (UNICEF)
 Project Title                       UNICEF Emergency Nutrition Response
 Project Code                        SRL-07/H01
 Sector                              Food / Nutrition
 Objective                           To promote access to essential and quality nutritional services, in
                                     collaboration with partners.
 Beneficiaries                       TOTAL: 200,000
                                     Under five children: 17,000     Pregnant women: 3,000
                                     Lactating Mothers: 3,000
 Implementing Partner(s)             MOH, WFP
 Project Duration                    January – June 2007
 Total Project Budget                $833,300
 Funds Requested                     $277,800

Overall support to Strategic Priorities and sector objectives
   Supports maternal, infant and young child feeding and micronutrients supplementation;
   Establishes and maintains mechanism for nutritional assessment of vulnerable groups;
   Facilitate government and inter-agency consultations to develop a protocol for management of
    severe acute under nutrition;
   Promotes behavioural change communication;
   Develops capacity of service providers and community health promoters in nutrition;
   Delivers critical supply items in nutrition.

Main activities
   Conduct joint nutrition assessment;
   Provide fortified supplementary food (High Energy/Protein Biscuits) for under-5 children, pregnant
    women and nursing mothers who have been displaced as a result of the recent violence in the
    North East;
   Procure food commodities for rehabilitation of children with severe acute under nutrition;
   Establish mother/baby friendly space;
   Support printing of behavioural change communication materials & nutrition promotion;
   Technical assistance and operational cost.

Expected outcome
   Nutritional status of vulnerable groups in all IDPs camps and host communities monitored. Given
    the recent series of violence, global acute malnutrition rates are expected to be around 20%, with
    some variations from one district to another;
   Jointly with WFP access of vulnerable groups to supplementary and therapeutic feeding ensured;
   Nutrition protocol for management of nutrition in emergencies developed;
   Mother-Baby Friendly spaces established in all IDP camps.

                                          FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                      Budget Items                                              $
 High energy biscuits, 33,186 cartons                                                               390,178
 Micronutrient supplements                                                                           66,396
 1,314 cartons of ready-to-eat therapeutic food, Plumpy Nut and nutrition equipment                  66,226
 Nutrition assessment and surveillance                                                               25,000
 Behavioural change communication                                                                    20,600
 Training of health service providers                                                                15,000
 Emergency Nutrition Staff                                                                          108,300
 Field Operational Support                                                                           83,300
 Indirect Programme Support                                                                          58,300
 Total                                                                                              833,300
 Available resources                                                                                555,500
 Funds Requested                                                                                    277,800
* Being procured and will be arriving in January 2007




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 Appealing Agency                     UNITED NATIONS CHILDREN’S FUND (UNICEF)
 Project Title                        UNICEF Emergency Health Response
 Project Code                         SRL-07/H02
 Sector                               Health
 Objective                            Access to essential and quality health services to IDPs and host
                                      communities including immunisation, emergency obstetric care
                                      and neonatal care supported, in collaboration with partners
                                      TOTAL: 200,000
 Beneficiaries                        Under five children: 17,000      Pregnant women: 3,000
                                      Lactating Mothers: 3,000
 Implementing Partner(s)              Ministry of Health, NGOs
 Project Duration                     January – June 2007
 Total Project Budget                 $666,700
 Funds Requested                      $222,200

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
   Restores/strengthens vaccination services for under 5 children & pregnant women;
   Supports delivery of essential drugs, basic and emergency health kits, vitamin A supplements
    and de-worming drugs;
   Build capacity of implementing partners to effectively respond to health emergencies.

Main activities
   Procure emergency basic health kits, first aid kits and essential medical supplies including de-
    worming drugs;
   Provide refrigerators, cold boxes, vaccine carries and vitamin A supplements;
   Support provision of out reach health services through mobile clinics;
   Support printing behavioural change communication materials and health promotion;
   Strengthen DPDHS capacity to coordinate emergency health interventions;
   Technical assistance.

Expected outcome
   Essential drugs, and medical supplies to cover the basic medical needs of 200,000 IDPs;
   Routine immunisation services are initiated and maintained for all under-5 and pregnant women;
   All under-five children and lactating mothers receive vitamin A supplementation.

                                             FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                        Budget Items                                            $
 11 fridges and vaccine carries and cold boxes based on needs assessment                            158,500
 Vitamin A supplements                                                                               51,500
 100 Basic emergency health kits and 100 first aid kits                                              93,000
 Production & distribution of behavioural change communication materials                             41,400
 Support for the establishment and functioning of mobile clinics                                     62,200
 Capacity building of DPDHS through training of Public health team & institutional support           60,000
 Emergency Health Staff                                                                              86,700
 Field Operational Support                                                                           66,700
 Indirect Programme Support                                                                          46,700
 Total                                                                                              666,700
 Available resources                                                                                444,500
 Funds Requested                                                                                    222,200




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 Appealing Agency                 NORTHWEST MEDICAL TEAMS INT.- SRI LANKA (NWMTI-SL)
 Project Title                    Promoting community health, and pre-hospital care to the displaced
                                  persons in Northern Trincomelee District (Tiriyai, Pudawakattu and
                                  Pulmudai)
 Project Code                     SRL-07/H03
 Sector                           Health
 Objective                        To provide training for IDP’s and host families in nutrition, pre-
                                  hospital care and community health issues at an emergent level / To
                                  provide medical care by opening a clinic in the North Trincomelee
                                  District and staffing with a Medical Doctor and essential medical staff
                                  / To provide an ambulance service with trained pre-hospital care
                                  technicians to support the ambulance in Tiriyai / To provide essential
                                  medications and a cold chain for immunisations.
 Beneficiaries                    TOTAL: 1490 families living in the area - 5435 IDP’s in the area
                                  Children: unknown number at this time
                                  Other group (specify): Train 60 people in public health and hygiene
                                  practices, pre-hospital care (Emergency Medical Technicians) and
                                  supporting Camp leaders.
 Implementing Partner(s)          MoH, DPDHS in Trincomelee, WHO
 Project Duration                 January, 2007- June 2007
 Total Project Budget             $202,000
 Funds Requested                  $131,400

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
NWMTI-SL will support the communities and the MOH with essential health care by opening the
dispensary and providing medications, a cold chain for immunisations, and TOT for community health
education and train volunteers in the community to be emergency medical technicians so they can
utilise the ambulance we are providing. We will also staff with a medical doctor for one year.
Main activities
Provide essential health care to the conflict area where a current gap exists; Train community workers
in public health, hygiene practices and pre-hospital trauma and medical care; To provide a cold chain
for the DPDHS to keep immunisations
Expected outcomes
Medical facilities will be available for the IDP’s and host families; Effective measures will be taken to
prevent outbreaks of disease; A 24-hour staffed, well stocked ambulance will be available to provide
free emergency treatment and transport for medical and trauma patients in an area lacking
infrastructure and resources.

                                              FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                        Budget Items                                             $
 Cost A e.g. staff project volunteers to train EMS                                                    24,000
 Cost B e.g. inputs                                   Medical supplies                                55,000
                                                      CH supplies                                     25,000
                                                      EMS training                                    50,000
                                                      Cold chain                                       5,000
                                                      Ambulance                                       31,000
 Cost C e.g. administration                                                                           12,000
 Sub-total                                                                                           202,000
 Minus available resources                            Ambulance, monthly expenses                     70,600
 TOTAL                                                                                               131,400




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 Appealing Agency                  SEWA LANKA FOUNDATION (SLF)
                                   Providing basic medical supplies and psychosocial interventions for
 Project Title
                                   IDP & HOST community in Jaffna
 Project code                      SRL-07/H04
 Sector                            Health
                                   10,543 families (5,443 IDP families & 5000 host families) in Jaffna
                                   District.
                                           Description    Families in the    Living with     HOST
                                                          welfare centres    Friends &     Communities
                                                                              relatives
 Beneficiaries                           Jaffna Town           312              1200          1000
                                         Jaffna North          334              1600          1000
                                         Jaffna South          239              1758          3000
                                         Total                 885              4558          5000
                                   Persons who require psychosocial interventions & support.
                                   Children below 5 years, pregnant women, feeding mothers,
 Implementing Partner(s)           Sewa Lanka in coordination with DPDHS: Jaffna, WHO Jaffna
 Project Duration                  January 2007 – June 2007

 Total Project Budget              $294,840
 Funds Requested                   $294,840

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
Sewalanka Foundation is planning to support the overall strategic priorities by providing essential
packages of health services, interventions and supporting DPDHS: Jaffna in coordinating emergency
health response.

Main activities
   Providing basic medical supplies to fill the gaps between high demand and limited supplies &
    facilitating medical & immunisation clinics with DPDHS where IDP’s are concentrated;
   Supporting DPDHS: Jaffna to control Chikungunia & dengue. (Community members will be
    educated and motivated to take effective actions to control mosquito breeding) There will be
    regular awareness raising interventions to educate the community on treatment procedures;
   Facilitating psychosocial interventions and resume support for the continuation of the established
    befriending and community support systems for IDP’s & Host communities.

What is the expected outcome?
  Medical facilities continue to be available for IDP’s and host communities throughout the 6
   months;
  Effective interventions with community participation will be taken in coordination with DPDHS:
   Jaffna to control Chikungunia and dengue;
  Serious immediate psychosocial issues and emerging psychosocial issues will be addressed
   through appropriate psychosocial interventions.

                                           FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                      Budget Items                                                   $
 Cost A Activity         Medical supplies for mobile clinics                                          60,000
                         Interventions to control Chikungunia & dengue                                65,000
                         Psychosocial interventions.                                                  55,000
                         Community awareness trainings.( pre school, school, co group)                27,000
                         Community befriends & support                                                28,000
 Cost B                  Staff cost                                                                   38,000
 Cost C Administration   Administration cost (8%)                                                     21,840
 Sub-total                                                                                           294,840
 Minus available         All previously granted funds have been spent – no new funds                       --
 resources               have been secured yet at this time
 TOTAL                                                                                               294,840




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 Appealing Agency                  UNITED NATIONS POPULATION FUND (UNFPA)
 Project Title                     Safeguarding the Reproductive Health of IDPs
 Project Code                      SRL-07/H05
 Sector                            Health
 Objective                         To ensure IDPs have access to Reproductive Health care,
                                   including safe deliveries and emergency obstetric care, prevention
                                   of STI and HIV transmission and GBV.
 Beneficiaries                     56,000 women and 52,000 young people out of 200,000 persons
                                   affected due to conflict in the districts of Trincomalee, Baticaloa,
                                   Amparai, Jaffna, Vavuniya, Kilinochchi and Mullativu
 Implementing Partner(s)           Ministry of Health, Local Health authorities, Sarvodaya, Population
                                   Services Lanka, WHO and UNICEF and CBOs operational in the
                                   conflict-affected areas.
 Project Duration                  January 2007 to June 2007
 Total Project Budget              $500,000
 Funds Requested                   $500,000

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
This project will contribute to implementing the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) under a life
cycle approach

Main activities
   Provision of emergency Reproductive Health Kits for performing safe deliveries and handling
    obstetric complications;
   Provision of Personal Hygiene Packs for women and young girls;
   Provision of mobile Reproductive Health services, including prenatal care, family planning
    services, treatment of STIs and RTIs, in remote areas through NGOs;
   Support for deployment of Auxiliary Health Workers to fill the human resource gaps;
   Prevention and management of the consequences of gender based violence.

Expected outcome
Reproductive Health status of women and girls safeguarded; Risk of an increase in maternal mortality
and morbidity minimised; Risk of GBV addressed.

                                FINANCIAL SUMMARY ( for the requested funds)
                                       Budget Items                                           $
 Emergency Reproductive Health Kits                                                                67,000
 Personal Hygiene Packs                                                                           211,000
 Mobile RH Services: deployment of Auxiliary Health Workers, deployment of                        178,290
 mobile/transport services to remote areas, essential medical supplies.
 Miscellaneous                                                                                     11,000
 UNFPA overhead charges                                                                            32,710
 Total project Budget                                                                             500,000
 TOTAL FUNDS REQUIRED                                                                             500,000




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 Appealing Agency                    WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION (WHO)
                                     Ensuring Conflict sensitive delivery of health intervention (Health
 Project Title
                                     as a Bridge for Peace)
 Project Code                        SRL-07/H06
 Sector                              Health
 Objective                           To reduce the avoidable mortality, preventable morbidity and
                                     suffering due to the armed conflict. To respond to emergency
                                     health needs, to support the MOH to provide quality health
                                     services to IDPs and resident population and prevent and control
                                     outbreaks of communicable diseases.
                                     Approximately 400,000 displaced population and host
 Beneficiaries
                                     communities in the eight conflict-affected districts of Sri Lanka
 Implementing Partner(s)             Ministry of Health, UNICEF, UNFPA, WV, SEWA LANKA, IOM,
                                     Northwest Medical team International, Merlin
 Project Duration                    January – June 2007
 Funds Requested                     $1,062,510

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
   With this project WHO aims to meet the basic health needs, and to prevent, to assure early
    detection and rapid response of outbreaks of communicable disease among the displaced
    population and the resident populations of the 8 districts covered. WHO will support MOH to
    provide quality preventive and curative services through existing health delivery systems. The
    project will address mental health disorders to prevent increasing suicide cases. Training on
    conflict sensitive health service delivery to health and humanitarian actors will be provided as well
    (Health as a Bridge for Peace).
Main activities
   To continue to monitor the health status of the conflict affected population conducting health
    assessments and assuring information shearing with other humanitarian partners; Provide
    regular reporting on the health situation; Strengthen disease surveillance of epidemic prone
    diseases in the 8 districts covered by the project, including IDP camps, and support the MOH
    Epidemiology Unit; To dispatch basic emergency health kits with drugs, supplies and equipment
    to areas in need in order to improve disease control and health care; To distribute mosquito nets
    (including special nets for babies) to displaced families, and to provide the MOH equipment and
    supply to conducting vector control activities; To strengthen ongoing activities on behavioural
    impact for vector control;
   To continue support to psycho-social and mental health services;
   To organise training on conflict sensitive service delivery for national and international
    humanitarian partners. (Health as a Bridge for peace).
Expected Outputs & Impact
   Health sector response based on identified needs and gaps according the life-cycle approach;
    Improved Health sector coordination at central/district level; Regular reporting on the health
    situation to local and international stakeholders; Stronger local capacity of health service delivery
    and improved access to quality treatment; Early detection and rapid response of outbreaks of
    epidemic prone diseases, including mosquito borne disease like Chickunungya fever, dengue
    and Malaria; Improved and conflict sensitive provision of psychosocial support and of appropriate
    mental health care to reduce mayor mental disorder and reduce suicides; Increased awareness
    and capacity of health workers to deliver health intervention in conflict situations.

                                               FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                         Planned activities                                      $
 Health Assessments, threat monitoring and early warning surveillance system                      90,000
 Co-ordination and monitoring of health sector response.                                         150,000
 Providing essential drugs, medical equipment and supplies                                       135,000
 Strengthening local health delivery systems – control of outbreaks and communicable disease     250,000
 Psycho-social and Mental health support                                                         205,000
 Training on conflict sensitive health service delivery (Health as a Bridge for peace)            80,000
 Programme management, monitoring and reporting                                                   83,000
 Subtotal                                                                                        993,000
 PSC (Programme Support Cost 7%)                                                                  69,510
 Total                                                                                         1,062,510


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 Appealing Agency                   WORLD VISION LANKA
                                    Emergency Health Interventions in IDP Camps and Host
 Project Title
                                    Communities
 Project Code                       SRL-07/H07
 Sector                             Health
 Objective                          To improve health service delivery in IDP camps and host
                                    communities in the Districts of Kilinochchi, Vavuniya & Madhu
                                    Division in Mannar District.
 Beneficiaries                      10,000 persons from mobile clinics (4,000 children)
                                    5,000 caregivers from nutrition education (7,000 children)
                                    General population through hospitals
 Implementing Partner(s)            Ministry of Health & Communities
 Project Duration                   January – June 2007
 Total Project Budget               $243,016
 Funds Requested                    $243,016

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
To support the Ministry of Health in the districts of Vanni due to the combination of IDP health needs
and World Vision Lanka’s capacity in Vanni. World Vision Lanka intends to continue implementing this
project in Kilinochchi, Vavuniya and Mannar (Madhu), where according to the latest information, there
are around 78,851 IDPs (UNOCHA, 31 October, 2006).

Main activities
   Medical Supplies & Equipment: Provide hospitals in Kilinochchi and Madhu with drugs, ORS and
    medical equipment;
   Mobile Medical Clinics: Support the Ministry of Health at local level to provide health services to
    IDPs and host families in remote locations in all three districts;
   Health & Nutrition Education: Provide caregivers as well as pregnant and lactating women with
    information on health and nutrition practices critical to child health and growth in all three districts
    / Awareness on Alcoholism / Awareness programmes for Adolescent girls (12 – 18 years) /
    Nutrition Education in schools / Cooking demonstrations for women / Personal hygiene promotion
    for schools and pre-schools / Awareness on rabies & support the Vector Control Unit of the
    Health Dept to reduce the potential risk from rabies / Malaria & Dengue prevention with
    community based approach & the provision of 5,000 mosquito nets;
   Provide Mobile Blood Bank to Kilinochchi.

Expected outcome
Improved Health Service delivery in IDP camps and host communities.

                                            FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                 Budget Items                                                $
 Cost A – Inputs:                 Medical Supplies & equipment                               40,000 (24%)
                                  Mobile Medical Clinics                                        7,350 (3%)
                                  H&N Education                                                20,500 (8%)
                                  Vehicle for Mobile Blood Bank to Kilinochchi               70,000 (29%)
 Cost B                           Staff Cost                                                 59,136 (24%)
 Cost C                           Administration cost                                         14,590 (6%)
                                  Transportation                                             26,640 (11%)
                                  Facilities & communication                                     4,800 (3%)
 Sub Total                                                                                          243,016
 Minus available resources                                                                                --
 TOTAL                                                                                              243,016




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 Appealing Agency                   INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MIGRATION (IOM)
 Project Title                      Community Health Surveillance, Care and support of conflict –
                                    affected persons in Ampara, Batticaloa, Trincomalee, Killinochchi,
                                    Mannar, Vavuniya and Jaffna.
 Project Code                       SRL-07/H08
 Sector                             Health
 Beneficiaries                      Local health system (infrastructure, personnel and authorities) and
                                    conflict-affected persons living in the districts.
 Objectives                         1. To strengthen disease surveillance and outbreak prevention and
                                    control in IDP’s camps and hosting communities. 2. To facilitate the
                                    accessibility to Primary, Secondary and Referral health care
                                    services of the conflict-affected persons in Ampara, Batticaloa,
                                    Trincomalee, Killinochchi, Mannar, Vavuniya and Jaffna.
 Implementing Partners              MoH, DPDHS offices in the affected districts, Medical Officer of
                                    Health offices in the affected districts, CBOs in the affected districts
                                    and WHO.
 Project Duration                   January 2007 – June 2007
 Total Project Budget               $300,000
 Funds Requested                    $300,000

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
IOM is an active member of health cluster in Sri Lanka under the WHO leadership and is physically
present (Sub-offices) in all conflict-affected districts in the country.

IOM will implement the project directly; through local health authorities and CBOs. The project aims at
improving the disease surveillance system i.e. early detection of potential threats of epidemics and
timely intervention to contain and control outbreaks. Additionally the project will improve accessibility
of the project beneficiaries to primary, secondary and referral health care services.

Main activities
   To strengthen disease surveillance and outbreak prevention and control in IDP’s camps and
    hosting communities;
   To facilitate access to primary; secondary health and referral health care services including eye
    camps of the conflict-affected communities.

Expected outcome
   Improved Disease Surveillance System among the displaced and communities;
   Reduced incidence and prevalence of diseases of Public Health concern by disease surveillance
    and preventive measures and mobile clinics;
   Improved accessibility to all levels of Health Services.

                                          FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                    Planned Activities                                            $
 Project Management Staff                                                                              20,000
 Medical Supplies                                                                                     119,760
 Secondary and Referral Services                                                                       20,000
 Supplies to strengthen disease surveillance                                                           70,000
 Mobile Medical Clinics                                                                                10,240
 Health Education and Training                                                                         39,000
 Administration                                                                                        21,000
 Total                                                                                                300,000




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                                               EDUCATION
Appealing Agency                 UNITED NATIONS CHILDREN’S FUND (UNICEF)
Project Title                    Emergency Education for Children Affected by Conflict
Project Code                     SRL-07/E01
Sector                           Education
Objective                        Internally displaced and host children have continued access to
                                 quality education
Beneficiaries                    Children: 75,000-100,000
                                 Other groups: Teachers / Key Education Personnel: 2,500
Implementing Partner(s)          Ministry of Education, Provincial and Zonal Directors of Education in
                                 focus areas, International and National NGOs
Project Duration                 January to June 2007
Total Project Budget             $1,066,700
Funds Requested                  $355,600

Overall Support to Strategic Priorities
This project will focus on ensuring children are provided with immediate and appropriate support in
education during periods of ongoing conflict and displacement. UNICEF will continue to work closely
with education partners to ensure quality programming is available during emergencies as well as
working towards developing sustainable practices and approaches, particularly in teacher training,
emergency non-formal education, systems for monitoring and evaluation, and material development.
While the main focus is to provide children with quality and protective education services during
periods of extreme disruption, a secondary objective is to ensure local partners are capable in the
future of rapidly addressing the needs of children and education personnel in an emergency and of
providing immediate appropriate responses.
Activities
1.   Provision of temporary learning spaces in acute/prolonged displacement phase: a) set-up of
     physical infrastructure for temporary learning spaces including water and sanitation;
     b) procurement and delivery to site level of student & teacher materials;
2.   Deployment/Training of personnel in acute phase: a) finalisation of appropriate training strategies
     and materials, Training of Trainers (emergency education management, emergency teacher
     training, psychosocial), b) training of employed teachers and displaced teachers for Emergency
     Education including Psychosocial training, c) identification and training of youth
     workers/community members (together with Protection sector) for Psychosocial/Non Formal
     activities, d) Stockpiling of emergency education teaching materials, e) temporary transport for
     teachers;
3.   Reintegration into formal education; a) community mobilisation for back-to-school programmes,
     b) support for exam students (additional classes, transport), c) programmes for reintegration into
     formal education where children are out of school for extended periods;
4.   MoE policy development for emergency education: a) assistance in policy development for
     stockpiling emergency education materials, including education supplies and uniforms,
     b) assistance in policy development for salaries for displaced teachers in emergencies.
Outcomes
Children in affected areas have continued access to appropriate educational activities with minimal
disruption; Teachers understand needs of conflict-affected children and respond effectively within the
learning environment; Systems in place to support emergency education, monitor changes and adapt
to changing needs.

                                            FINANCIAL SUMMARY
Budget Items                                                                      Overall requirements
Education kits and supplies                                                                     267,200
Construction of temporary learning spaces                                                       222,600
Workshop and training costs                                                                     222,600
School Uniforms                                                                                  34,300
Emergency Education Staff                                                                       138,600
Field Operational Support                                                                       106,700
Indirect Programme Support                                                                       74,700
Total                                                                                         1,066,700
Available resources                                                                             711,100
Funds Requested                                                                                 355,600

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 Appealing Agency                 NORWEGIAN REFUGEE COUNCIL (NRC)
 Project Title                    Capacity Building of Education in Emergency
 Project Code                     SRL-07/E02
 Sector                           Education
 Objective                        To improve access to formal and informal education for the internal
                                  displaced children; train educators in Mediated Learning Experience
                                  to improve child-friendly learning environment for the children
                                  continuing or resuming education; provide training on INEE minimum
                                  standards to the key educational person in the government
                                  Displaced Children: 5000-10000; Teachers/Educators: 60-180;
 Beneficiaries                    Personnel in Education Sector: 30-90. Districts: Batticaloa,
                                  Trincomalee, Vavuniya.
 Implementing Partner(s)          Save the Children Fund (SCF)
 Project Duration                 January – June 2007
 Total Project Budget             $229,000
 Funds Requested                  $229,000

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
The recent conflict has created a significant number of displacements in the north and the east. During
the continuous assessment, it has proven that this has a serious impact on the education concerns of
displaced children living in the Camps. The continuation and resumption of appropriate and adequate
education activities is crucial in ensuring children’s participation in education in both the short and
longer term, with significant consequences for their psychosocial well-being, protection and future
livelihood prospects. Education in emergencies, and during chronic crises and early reconstruction
efforts, can be both life-saving and life-sustaining. It sustains life by offering structure, stability and
hope for the future during a time of crises. Education in emergencies also helps to heal the pain and
bad experiences, build skills, and support conflict resolution and peace building. Promotion of the
Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) Minimum Standards among the key
educational persons in the government in close collaboration with Save the Children Fund, and the
Mediated Learning Experiences (MLE) will support a comprehensive and high quality response to
emergency education for IDP children from humanitarian agencies and educational authorities. The
project will mobilise local stakeholders; educational authorities, parents, Camp Management
representatives, NGO’s etc, and recourses to enable rapid resumption education for displaced
children. Through the rapid training of educators in establishing supportive classrooms and learning
environments, a conductive environment for children to return to and continue their education will be
enhanced. This project will be implemented in close collaboration and coordination with UNICEF,
Ministry of Education and Save the Children Fund.

Activities
In close collaboration with education authorities, Zonal directors and school principals, develop system
for immediate enrollment of IDP children into host schools. Ensure SAFE transport for IDP children to
access schools. Work with Camp Management, intervening agencies and local education authorities
to facilitate provision of informal education and/or catch-up education within locations accessible to
displaced children in absence of formal school access. Delivery of catch-up classes in the camps
and/or the neighborhood schools and trainings to the beneficiaries through workshops. Build capacity
of the trainers to assume responsibilities through continuous training and coaching. Conduct regular
meetings with the relevant stakeholders to ensure coordination and quality of outputs. Beneficiary
selection based on a self-assessment tool and establishing monitoring teams to ensure quality.

Outcomes
5,000 - 10,000 IDP students have access to education / 90 - 180 teachers are trained in MLE
methodology and implemented / 30 - 90 key personnel in government education system trained in the
Minimum Standard for education (INEE) and actively involve their community by emergency response.

                                            FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                         Budget Items                                              $
 Cost A e.g. staff            National & International trainers                                    95,000
                              Training events, international travel, accommodation, training      118,000
 Cost B e.g. inputs
                              materials and equipment, sundries
 Cost C e.g. administration   Support to administration                                            16,000
 TOTAL                                                                                            229,000

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Appealing Agency                     SAVE THE CHILDREN IN SRI LANKA (SCiSL)
Project Title                        Children Access Education in Emergencies
Project Code                         SRL-07/E03
Sector                               Education
Objective                            1. Displaced children in locations where SCiSL is working on
                                        emergency response continue their learning experience within a
                                        protective and child friendly environment.
                                     2. Collaborate with Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) on training
                                        of teachers on the Inter-Agency Network for Education in
                                        Emergencies (INEE) Minimum Standards
Beneficiaries                        Children: approx.1,000 (boys and girls
                                     Other group (specify): Teachers/Education 60-180
Implementing Partner(s)              Zonal Education Office, Provincial Ministry of Education, local
                                     NGOs
Project Duration                     January to June 2007
Total Project Budget                 $125,000
Funds Requested                      $125,000
Overall Support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
The key elements of the project focus on ensuring children displaced through the present escalation of
violence and humanitarian crisis, participate in learning opportunities. SCiSL will respond to
emergencies in areas where they are working in the north-east. The project will promote a child
friendly learning/school environment which is both safe/secure and supportive of these children
helping them to recover from their experiences and provide a sense of normalcy, while resuming their
education. SCiSL will work with NRC in efforts towards creating an understanding of the INEE
minimum standards so that education authorities participate in a comprehensive and high quality
response in emergencies.

Main activities
   Provide learning/education materials, uniforms to children, back to school kits;
   Support catch-up classes/child friendly study spaces in camps;
   Support Workshops for teachers towards creating a protective/child friendly environment;
   Promote peer support among host children to encourage comfortable integration of displaced
    children;
   Advocate for/support integration of displaced children in schools/re-opening of schools, which are
    camps;
   Support/collaboration in co-ordination of emergency education response.

Expected outcome
   Displaced children continue to engage in learning activities/schooling;
   Displaced children have supportive and secure environments to pursue their learning.

                                            FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                         Budget Items                                            $
 Cost A e.g. staff                                                                                 1,570
 Cost B e.g. inputs – back to school kits, uniforms, learning / teaching materials, additional   117,180
 furniture for classrooms, workshop costs, temporary learning space
 Cost C e.g. administration (5%)                                                                   6,250
 Sub-total                                                                                       125,000
 Minus available resources
 TOTAL                                                                                           125,000
 NB : Budget for INEE training is included in the NRC Project Summary




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Appealing Agency                   SEWA LANKA FOUNDATION (SLF)
Project Title                      A project to support IDP and host community children to resume
                                   their schooling.
Project Code                       SRL-07/E04
Sector                             Education
Beneficiaries                      25000 IDP children & 25000 Host community children in Jaffna
                                   District.
                                           Description         Welfare      Living with   Host community
                                                               centres       relatives       Children
                                           Jaffna Town           500           6,500           5,000
                                       Jaffna North / Island    2,000          6,000          10,000
                                           Jaffna South         2,000          8,000          10,000
                                        Total Beneficiaries     4,500         20,500          25,000
                                   Other group (specify): Children, women and youth groups who
                                   require psychosocial support will be benefited.
Implementing Partner(s)            Sewalanka Foundation, Zonal education department: Jaffna,
                                   Community based action groups In coordination with UNICEF
                                   Jaffna and Colombo.
Project Duration                   January 2007 – June 2007
Total Project Budget               $472,510
Funds Requested                    $472,510

Support to overall strategic priorities and sector objectives
Sewalanka Foundation is planning to support the overall strategic priorities by providing protective
learning environment and ensure improved access to quality child friendly learning environments for
displaced and host communities.
Main activities
   50,000 children (IDP & host community children) will be provided with basic school supplies in
    Jaffna district to resume their schooling;
   Providing 20 study spaces with additional guidance from qualified teachers and additional
    facilities to the IDP & host children. The study centres will be based in communities which will
    allow children and teachers to continue learning activities when security and travel is an issue;
   Qualified teachers will be identified to work with children in the study space. These teachers will
    be provided with the necessary training to better support children in times of crisis and prolonged
    disruption to regular schooling including psychosocial training, classroom/group management
    skills training and ensuring teachers are capable of adapting activities and materials as needed;
   Providing play equipments and leisure activates for IDP & host children.
Expected outcome
   25000 IDP children and 25000 host community children will be facilitated with school supplies to
    resume their schooling at the beginning of the year;
   20 Study space will facilitate the IDP & host communities by providing a positive environment for
    studies with additional guidance from qualified schoolteachers;
   Provision of play equipments and leisure activities will play an important role in stress
    management of the children and communities;
   The study space used in the mornings to provide additional support and activities to pre-school
    aged children and parents who may need social and psychosocial support.
                                           FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                        Budget Items                                                               $
Cost A Activity         School Bags for 25000 IDP students                                             112,500
                        Exercise Books for 50,000 (IDP & HOST) students                                150,000
                        Drink bottles                                                                    8,000
                        Pencil boxes, pens, pencils, compasses                                          30,250
                        Study space and play equipment                                                  97,260
Cost B Administration   Admin cost ( 7%)                                                                31000
                        Other support cost                                                              18,500
Cost C Staff            Staff cost                                                                      25,000
Sub-total                                                                                              472,510
Minus available         All previously granted funds have been spent – no new funds                          _
resources               have been secured yet at this time
TOTAL                                                                                                  472,510

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Appealing Agency                    SAVE THE CHILDREN IN SRI LANKA (SCiSL)
Project Title                       Supporting access to quality early learning opportunities for
                                    displaced and host children.
Project Code                        SRL-07/E05
Sector                              Education
Objective                           Displaced children in locations where SCiSL is working continue
                                    their early learning experience.
Beneficiaries                       Children: approx.2,500 Children of 3 - 5 years (boys and girls) in
                                    areas where SCiSL will be responding to emergencies in the North
                                    and East of Sri Lanka.
                                    Other group (specify): 100 - 150 ECDC teachers
Implementing Partner(s)             Zonal Education Office, Provincial Ministry of Education, local
                                    NGOs
Project Duration                    January to June 2007
Total Project Budget                $125,000
Funds Requested                     $125,000

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
SCiSL will support to the above by facilitating access to child - friendly early learning environments
and improve the quality of it. The main activities of the project contribute to the results expected under
the overall sector objective of Integration of IDP children into early learning environments.

Main activities
   Setting up of temporary Early Childhood Development Centres (ECDC);
   Facilitating the provision of child friendly learning spaces to displaced and host community
    children;
   Provision of furniture and equipments to ECDCs;
   Provision of ECE kits and play materials;
   Advocate for/support nutrition programmes;
   Identify/train volunteers/ECDC teachers;
   Payment for ECDC teachers;
   Support/ collaboration in co-ordination of emergency education response;
   Appoint dedicated staff for ECDC.

Expected outcome
Displaced children aged 3 – 5 years continue to engage in quality, protective and conducive early
learning environments.

                                             FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                      Budget Items                                              $
Cost A e.g. staff   Appointing ECCD staff                                                             2,000
Cost B e.g. inputs Setting up of temporary ECDCs                                                     60,000
                     Provision of furniture                                                          25,000
                     Provision of ECE kits(Stationery, Uniform, bags etc)                             6,000
                     Payment ECDC teachers/volunteers                                                15,000
                     ECDC teacher training                                                            6,750
                     Support for nutrition programme                                                  4,000
Cost C e.g. administration cost (5%)                                                                  6,250
Sub-total                                                                                           125,000
TOTAL                                                                                               125,000




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                                            AGRICULTURE
 Appealing Agency                 ActionArm
                                  Cross-Sector Vector-Borne Disease Control Initiative - Agriculture
 Project Title
                                  and Livestock Component
 Project Code                     SRL-07/A01
 Sector                           Agriculture (Food Security)
 Objective                        Maintain or enhance efficacy of present Vector-Borne Disease
                                  Control Programmes through mitigation of any adverse impact of
                                  Agriculture and Livestock Initiatives on Vector Populations or
                                  Levels of Human/Vector Contact
 Beneficiaries                    North and East
 Implementing Partner(s)          WHO, MoH and others to be determined
 Project Duration                 January 2007 to June 2007
 Total Project Budget             $150,000
 Funds Requested                  $150,000

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
With conflict intensity on the rise and ever increasing numbers of IDPs living in temporary and
transitional shelters and settlements, the efficacy of existing malaria and dengue vector control
programmes could be reduced. Since agriculture, irrigation and development initiatives each also
often negatively impact control programmes, aggressive action must therefore be taken in each sector
to ensure that existing vector-borne disease control (VBDC) programmes maintain present levels of
effectiveness. As a cross sector initiative, the VBDC programme will assist actors conducting
Agricultural and Livestock projects, develop designs and implementation approaches, which will
minimise potential negative impact on vector borne disease-control, and instead potentially enhance
efficacy of MoH and WHO VBDC programmes now and in the future.

Main activities
Assess Negative and Positive Impact of Specific Projects and General Agriculture and Livestock
initiatives on VBDC; Collaborate with WHO on development of Risk Maps for use in A&L Project Site
Selection to identify sources of intrinsic and extrinsic risk to VBDC programme efficacy and either
encourage utilisation of low-risk sites, or define mitigation measures for high risk sites when there are
no alternatives; Develop Donor Guidelines for Agricultural and Livestock Sectors which promote
mosquito hostile design, engineering, materials and methods; Train Trainers; Monitor Implementation
and Adherence to Guidelines in the Field; Generally increase awareness of mitigation measures and
help identify areas of obvious cross sector collaboration in A&L initiatives.

Expected outcome
The Cross-Sector VBDC Initiative will catalyse the maintenance or reduction of present levels of
vector borne disease in target areas. Increased awareness and enhanced capacity between both
actor and beneficiary populations regarding A&L impact on VBDC will also be generated and in turn
this will lead to improved agriculture and livestock programme design.

                                              FINANCIAL SUMMARY
 Budget Items                                                                                  $
 Personnel, including international and national epidemiologists, field staff                       30,000
 Contracts                                                                                          20,000
 Organisation of training sessions, printed material, assessment & capacity building                60,000
 Non-expendable items, including field and office equipment, communications                         10,000
 General operating expenses, including secondary transport, duty travel, vehicle                    20,000
 maintenance, fuel, handling, storage, quality control and telecommunications costs
 Direct operating costs, including technical support services                                       10,000
 Total Project Budget                                                                              150,000
 Funds Requested                                                                                   150,000




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 Appealing Agency                   ActionArm
 Project Title                      Low Cost Emergency Drip Irrigation and Seed Kits for IDPs and
                                    host community small holders
 Project Code                       SRL-07/A02
 Sector                             Agriculture (Food Security)
 Objective                          Enhance Food Security through adoption of low-cost drip irrigation
                                    systems which improve crop yield, permit “dry season” cultivation,
                                    maintain and restore agricultural livelihoods and potentially provide
                                    both highly localised transport-independent sources of food as well
                                    as continued income.
 Beneficiaries                      Approximately 2,000 families; 8,000 individuals in North and East,
                                    and an additional 12,000 or more in surrounding host communities
                                    benefiting from additional agricultural output and income (both
                                    tangible and relative). 20,000 ± total beneficiaries.
 Implementing Partner(s)            To be determined. (FAO, CASP, NRC possible)
 Project Duration                   January 2007 to June 2007
 Total Project Budget               $375,000
 Funds Requested                    $375,000

How does the project support the overall strategic priorities and sector objectives?
 Enhances food security through development and maintenance of efficient, distributed supply
   channels
 Provides highly localised sources of both food and income less prone to conflict-catalysed
   interruption
 Increases Capacity in Agricultural and Commerce Sectors
 Restores, maintains and creates agricultural livelihoods both within IDP Camps and in surrounding
   host communities
 Maintains growing time of 2 to 3 months for many crops even in the dry season while
   simultaneously increasing overall crop yield and conserving often limited fresh water resources
 Catalyses additional livelihood creation through potential development of installation and sales
   channels for micro-irrigation systems, with, or without a micro finance component
 Provides immediate activities and income for IDPs and others in conflict-affected areas
What are the project’s main activities?
 Assemble and install 2000 micro-irrigation systems in IDP camps and surrounding host
   communities.
 Distribute crops with highest caloric, nutritional and weight yields per period of growing time.
 Provide bags, tanks, tubes, emitters, seed stock to families, and treadle pumps as needed.
 Train and educate IDP camp residents and other smallholders on effective use of micro-irrigation
   technologies and long term benefits of such systems.
 Provide Income through a Work for Pay Cash Grant Program.
 Promote creation of sales and installation channels for micro-irrigation systems within surrounding
   communities; explore micro-finance sources for propagation of unsubsidised systems in the future.
 Compile GIS database of installed systems; assess and analyse agricultural and economic output.
What is the expected outcome?.
Food Security - Increased Capacity, Increased Income, Reduced Dependency on Outside Sources.

                                               FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                             Budget Items                                         $
 Cash Grants - $50 per system paid to beneficiaries in work for pay programs                     100,000
 Agricultural Inputs and Supplies for a minimum of 2000 Irrigation Systems incl. Bags, Tanks,     40,000
 Tubes, Seeds @ $15 USD per system plus treadle pumps
 Personnel, including international and national agronomists, field staff                          30,000
 Contracts                                                                                         30,000
 Organisation of training sessions, printed material, assessment & capacity building               60,000
 Non-expendable items, including field and office equipment, communications                        35,000
 General operating expenses, including secondary transport, duty travel, vehicle maintenance,
 fuel, handling, storage, quality control and telecommunications costs                            45,000
 Direct operating costs, including technical support services                                     35,000
 Total Project Budget                                                                            375,000

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 Appealing Agency                   ASIA Onlus
                                    Home gardens and livestock to support vulnerable populations in
 Project Title
                                    the village of Mankerny, Batticaloa District
 Project Code                       SRL-07/A03
 Sector                             Agriculture/Food Security
                                    To improve the food security of conflict-affected households
 Objective                          promoting home gardens, livestock, veterinary practice and
                                    trainings
 Beneficiaries                      240 households
 Implementing Partners              Local NGOs, Department of Agriculture, Department of Livestock
 Project Duration                   January 2007 - June 2007
 Total Project Budget               $169,000
 Funds Requested                    $169,000

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
The project will reduce the food insecurity of the conflict-affected families living in the village of
Mankerny, at the border between cleared and un-cleared areas in Batticaloa District, in a sustainable
manner through improved management of their natural resources. Assuring food security inside the
village, the population will be less dependent on the accessibility condition of the main road and this
will avoid or reduce periods of insufficient food availability in the area.

Main activities
The project will promote home gardens production for fruits and vegetables, through the distribution of
inputs such as seeds and tools, organic fertilisers, fencing materials and kits for composter.
In addition, to intensify the production of valuable crops during the dry season, the project will realise
an irrigation scheme through construction of agro-wells with diesel pump.
Training sessions will be organised to improve the knowledge and skills of the beneficiaries, therefore
increasing the quantity and quality of the production.
Furthermore, the project will promote goats and poultry farming through the distribution of goats and
poultry rearing kits composed of livestock, fencing materials for sheds and veterinary support.
The project activities will also include veterinary trainings and vaccination campaigns to guarantee
healthy livestock farming.

Expected outcome
The project will support the diversification of fruit and vegetable production at Mankerny through
creation of 120 home gardens and the construction of 10 agro-wells irrigation schemes (one
agro-well per four families). The project will enhance the rearing potential in the area through the
distribution of 60 goat rearing kits (two female and one male per family) and 20 poultry rearing kits
(10 birds per family). Ultimately, through trainings in agricultural and livestock practices, the project will
contribute to improve the food security situation of vulnerable households.

                                          FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                      Budget Items                                                 $
 Agricultural inputs and supplies                                                                       80,000
 Personnel, including international and national agronomists, field staff                               36,000
 Contracts                                                                                                   0
 Organisation of training sessions, assessments and capacity building                                   20,000
 Non-expendable items, including field and office equipment, communications                              6,000
 General operating expenses, including secondary transport, duty travel, vehicle
                                                                                                        21,000
 maintenance, fuel, handling, storage, quality control and telecommunications costs
 Direct operating costs, including technical support services                                            6,000
 Total Project Budget                                                                                  169,000
 Funds Requested                                                                                       169,000




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 Appealing Agency                FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED
                                 NATIONS (FAO)
 Project Title                   Immediate coordinated agricultural assistance to conflict-affected
                                 people
 Project Code                    SRL-07/A04
 Sector                          Agriculture (including Food Security)
 Objective                       Ensure basic food security and increased food production capacity of
                                 the vulnerable IDPs and host communities through immediate
                                 agricultural assistance (agriculture, livestock and fisheries), including
                                 timely provision of essential inputs, re-establishment of coping
                                 mechanisms, and reduction of post-harvest losses.
 Beneficiaries                   15,000 conflict-affected IDP families and 8,000 host-households
 Implementing Partner(s)         DoA, DAHP, DFAR, (I)NGOs and CBOs
 Project Duration                January to June 2007
 Total Project Budget            $4,724,430
 Funds Available                 $0
 Funds Requested                 $4,724,430

Objectives: The immediate improvement in household food security and self-reliance by adopting
suitable and technically sound coordinated interventions that aim increase crop and livestock
production through the provision of quality seeds and veterinary drugs. The project will further improve
agricultural practices, including crop diversification and the provision of basic farm tools. The
assistance will support pilot community-based interventions and facilitate the reduction of post-harvest
losses of agricultural and fisheries products and provide extension services to livestock owners and
women’s groups.

Activities: Provide technical guidance, coordination and participatory leadership to (I)NGOs and
partners; hold agriculture thematic working groups and regional agriculture coordination meetings;
pilot initiatives such as re-stocking and developing strategies to combat livestock diseases; procure
and distribute veterinary vaccines and medicines and equipment; procure, transport and distribute
crop and vegetable seeds, root crop cuttings and hand tools; identify training needs and organise
training for community-based organisations and beneficiaries; enhance local crop seed production and
promote production of good quality planting material; support vegetable gardening; promote
knowledge on food processing and post-harvest losses reduction; improve monitoring and evaluation
of project activities by providing training as required to partners and counterparts; and carry out needs
and crop forecast assessments.

Outcome:
 a coordinated supply delivery system expanding into areas accessible by various partners;
 an established coordination platform for information-sharing among sector agencies at the Central,
   District and DS levels;
 enhanced surveillance and reporting of livestock disease outbreaks (including poultry);
 increased ownership and off-take of livestock and livestock products;
 increased crop and vegetable production for improved nutrition, health and better income;
 improved preparedness through needs and crop forecast assessments; and
 reduced post-harvest losses and improved food processing skills of beneficiaries.

                                              FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                         Budget Items                                           $
 Agricultural inputs and supplies (including seeds, tools, veterinary drugs and vaccines, and   1,552,500
 fisheries supplies)
 Personnel, including international and national specialists and field staff                    1,120,630
 Contracts                                                                                        400,000
 Technical training, assessments monitoring and evaluation                                        170,024
 Non-expendable items, including field and office equipment                                       210,000
 General operating expenses, including transport, duty travel, vehicle maintenance, fuel,         787,060
 handling, storage, quality control and telecommunications costs
 Direct operating costs, including technical support services                                     484,216
 Total                                                                                          4,724,430



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 Appealing Agency                   GRUPPO UMANA SOLIDARIETA’ (GUS)
 Project Title                      Provision of essential livestock and poultry inputs to most
                                    vulnerable families in Muthur, Trincomalee
 Project Code                       SRL-07/A05
 Sector                             Agriculture
 Objective                          To reduce rate of dependence on outside handouts and build a
                                    sustainable life from within the area of domicile of vulnerable
                                    conflict affect fisher folk
 Beneficiaries                      280 families with disabled persons
 Implementing Partner(s)            Human Care Foundation
 Project Duration                   Jan – June 2007 (Six months)
 Total Project Budget               $88,992
 Funds Requested                    $88,992

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
The tsunami–affected and poverty stricken population of Muthur, including some 2,030 widows, 241
orphans (missing both parents) and 280 disabled persons, is now facing food shortages and livelihood
losses as a result of the conflict. Most of them are fisher folk with some small seasonal agricultural
activities, such as farming, animal husbandry, paddy cultivation and vegetable gardening, to help them
get by. However, with strict movement restrictions in place, they are no longer able to fish or cultivate
paddy. They have lost all reliable sources of income and are unable to commute to larger towns for
other work. They cannot generate sufficient income to support their families and their food supplies, as
well as purchasing powers, are running extremely low. Alternative coping mechanisms must be
introduced and promoted immediately.

Providing livestock or poultry to 280 beneficiary families will help them increase their household
income and their food production capacity and will give them a sustainable source of food security,
including scarce animal proteins. Families with disabled persons and widows will be especially
targeted.

Main activities
Vulnerable families will be supplied with livestock and poultry to be used for basic food security and
economic recovery. Beneficiaries will acquire vital new skills through animal husbandry training
activities. CBO committees will be created and put in charge of selling animals and animal products.
All activities will be implemented using CBO approaches and will be monitored by GUS and Human
Care Foundation, providing both technical advice and overall coordination of the process.

Expected outcome
Increased and sustainable self-sufficiency and household food security of 280 vulnerable tsunami and
conflict-affected families.


                                          FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                      Budget Items                                             $
Livestock inputs and Supplies                                                                      24,000
Management; international and national staff                                                       26,800
Organisation of training sessions, assessments and capacity building                               10,000
Local consultants                                                                                   3,000
Support costs                                                                                      15,800
Admin and visibility                                                                                2,800
Overhead costs                                                                                      6,592
Total Project Budget                                                                               88,992
Funds Requested                                                                                    88,992




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 Appealing Agency                    GRUPPO UMANA SOLIDARIETA’ (GUS)
                                     Home Garden and Livestock project – Naduouthu, Kinniya,
 Project Title
                                     Trincomalee
 Project Code                        SRL-07/A06
 Sector                              Agriculture
                                     To provide basic food security and socio-economic sustainability of
 Objective
                                     resettled tsunami and conflict affect communities.
 Beneficiaries                       150 families
 Implementing Partner(s)             Eastern Forum For Resources Development (EFFORD)
 Project Duration                    January – June 2007 (Six months)
 Total Project Budget                $105,948
 Funds Requested                     $105,948

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
Naduouthu is a hinterland Tsunami Resettlement Site of once fisher folk living in the coastal area. The
Government of Sri Lanka has allocated to each of the 150 resettled families a plot of 20 perches for
housing and home based agriculture. But the families were all fisher folk and have no agricultural
inputs and no agricultural knowledge or skills. The conflict, with its strict restrictions of movement, is
adding an ever increasing pressure to their already over-stretched coping mechanisms. Without free
movement, the family members cannot commute to nearby towns in search or alternative sources of
income and the basic food security of these families is severely threatened. Without the timely
provision of essential agricultural inputs and training, the families will have no means of income
generation. They will be forced to leave their new homes and join the country’s rapidly growing
number of IDPs.

The provision of appropriate vegetable seedlings for home gardening, as well as livestock or poultry,
to each family will help them settle and give them back their lost but well deserved and rightful sense
of dignity. The training will arm them with vital new skills to establish their new livelihoods and small-
scale income generating activities. The vegetables grown and animals tended will increase the
families’ vitamin and protein intake, diversify their diets and ensure basic household food security.

Main activities
Resettled families will be supplied with seedlings, livestock and poultry for basic food security and
small-scale income generating activities. Beneficiaries will acquire vital new skills through agriculture
and animal husbandry training activities. All activities will be implemented using CBO approaches and
will be monitored by GUS and EFFORD, providing both technical advice and overall coordination of
the process. To strengthen the newly introduced livelihood activities and make them sustainable in the
longer term, a network for produce distribution and marketing will be initialised.

Expected outcome
150 families in Naduouthu, have access to adequate and appropriate food in a manner that ensures
their survival and upholds their dignity. New skills and knowledge are acquired linking together the old
community.

                                           FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                       Budget Items                                             $
Agricultural inputs and Supplies                                                                     38,000
Management including international, national agronomists and field staff                             29,800
Organisation of training sessions, assessments and capacity building                                 12,000
Support costs                                                                                        15,800
Admin and visibility                                                                                  2,500
Overhead costs                                                                                        7,848
Total Project Budget                                                                                105,948
Funds Requested                                                                                     105,948




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 Appealing Agency                   ICEI (Istituto di cooperazione economica internazionale)
 Project Title                      Support to the IDP’S in Ampara District
 Project Code                       SRL-07/A07
 Sector                             Agriculture (including food security)
                                    To improve IDP’s food security trough the re-establishment of
 Objective                          traditional activities and the promotion of alternative innovative
                                    income generation activities.
                                    215 ID families in the villages of Pottuvil, Alayadiwembu and
 Beneficiaries
                                    Kalmunai, District of Ampara, Sri Lanka
 Implementing Partner(s)            Departments of Agricultural and Livestock Ampara District
 Project Duration                   Jan – June 2007 (6 months)
 Total Project Budget               $125,691
 Funds Requested                    $115,591

How does the project support the overall strategic priorities and sector objectives?.
The project intends to support 215 IDP’S and hosting families in Ampara District trough agricultural
activities. The activities, inputs distribution and trainings, aim at improving food security and at
generating income in a short period. The reactivation of farming and small incomes generating
activities will contribute to promote and to improve the self-reliance of IDP families.

What are the project’s main activities?
- Organic agriculture: 50 families will be involved trough a participatory approach in the organic
cultivation of vegetables and fruits in homestead gardens. The beneficiaries will be trained to the
innovative organic agriculture techniques and provided with starting kits.
-Water harvesting units: to support the irrigation of the home-gardens, particularly during the dry
season, 50 water harvesting units of 5000Lt each, will be realised.
 - Water tanks: To reduce the lack of drinking water for 100 IDP families, 10 tanks of 5000lt each will
be installed.
- Livestock development: 45 farmers will be involved in a livestock development plan, trough the
distribution of 15 units of cow’s kits, 900 pullets (30 per beneficiary) +kits, and the related trainings.
- Fish processing: 20 IDP’S women will be trained on dry fish processing techniques and product
marketing. The beneficiaries will be also provided by starting kits.

What is the expected outcome?
- Creation of 50 organic home-gardens:
- Timely distribution of agricultural inputs to establish home-garden;
- 50 homestead gardens created through organic techniques,
- 50 farmers trained on organic farming techniques;
 Water harvesting units:
- 50 water harvesting units are constructed
- Water tank:
- 10 water tanks established;
- 100 families have access to drinking water.
- Distribution of livestock (poultry and cows):
- 15 beneficiaries have received the training and they are running cattle farming activities;
- 30 beneficiaries have received the training and they are running poultry farming activities.
- Fish drying kit:
- 20 beneficiaries have received the training and they are running dry fish activity

                                              FINANCIAL SUMMARY
 Budget Items                                                                                    $
 Agricultural inputs and Supplies                                                                     23,715
 Personnel, including international and national agronomists, field staff                             35,100
 Contracts                                                                                            25,000
 Organisation of training sessions, assessments and capacity building                                  4,434
 Non-expendable items, including field and office equipment, communications                            7,820
 General operating expenses, including secondary transport, duty travel, vehicle                      13,400
 maintenance, fuel, handling, storage, quality control and telecommunications costs
 Direct operating costs, including technical support services                                         16,222
 Total Project Budget                                                                                125,691
 Funds Requested                                                                                     115,591


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 Appealing Agency                     Muslim Aid Sri Lanka field office
 Project Title                        Emergency integrated agriculture/livestock project in conflict-
                                      affected Mutur, Thoppur & Kinniya (Trincomalee District)
 Project Code                         SRL-07/A08
 Sector                               Agriculture
 Objective                            To increase severely insufficient food production capacity and
                                      promote self sufficiency of conflict-affected farmers
 Beneficiaries                        Cash Crop farmers- 83 families
                                      Yala paddy cultivating farmers – 110 families
                                      Livestock farmers – 100 families
 Implementing Partner(s)              Knox Farmers Association, Shafi Nagar Farmers Association
 Project Duration                     Jan – June 2007 (6 months)
 Total Project Budget                 $116,500
 Funds Requested                      $110,000

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
The project areas of intervention, Mutur, Thoppur and Kinniya, are critically affected by the present
conflict. Access roads are often closed and the delivery of essential items is thereby halted. IDPs and
host communities are prevented from travelling to nearby cities for work. If the communities are not
provided with a means of self-sufficiency, their already heightened degree of suffering will increase.
Without the provision of good quality agricultural and livestock inputs, basic food security will become
scarce, livelihoods will be lost and tensions between IDPs and host communities will mount. The
project will enable returning IDPs increase their food production through the planting of cash crops,
the fattening of livestock and the increase of milk production. This will bring them back into the
mainstream of economic activities and provide them with much needed stability in their lives. The
project will also increase local awareness of the available options for alternative and non-irrigated food
crops, thus increasing food production for the local market, increasing household incomes and
reducing the communities’ vulnerability during the dry season.

Main activities
The main project activities are: post-Maha season cash crop cultivation; Yala season harvesting of
paddy; provision of seeds and fertilizer; entrepreneurship training to increase efficiency in food
production; facilitation of livestock development on treated straw; and provision of hybrid cattle for
farmers for increased milk and meat availability.

Expected outcome
The expected out comes are: 100 acres cash crop cultivation; 160 acres Yala season paddy
cultivation; Provision of 100 hybrid cattle; 6 entrepreneurship training sessions; and technological
support & training throughout the project.

                                          FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                      Budget Items                                              $
 Agricultural inputs and supplies                                                                    52,000
 Provision of livestock                                                                              40,000
 Personnel, including international and national agronomists, field staff                             6,000
 Contracts                                                                                            1,000
 Organisation of training sessions, assessments and capacity building                                 4,500
 Non-expendable items, including field and office equipment, communications                           2,000
 General operating expenses, including secondary transport, duty travel, vehicle                      5,000
 maintenance, fuel, handling, storage, quality control and telecommunications costs                   2,000
 Direct operating costs, including technical support services                                         4,000
 Total Project Budget                                                                               116,500
 Funds Requested                                                                                    110,000




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 Appealing Agencies                     SOLIDAR INGO CONSORTIUM (SAH, ASB & NPA)
                                        Providing immediate assistance to IDPs and their host families in
 Project Title
                                        the North (Jaffna, Kilinochchi, Vavuniya, Mannar)
 Project Code                           SRL-07/A09
 Sector                                 Agriculture / Food Security
 Objective                              To provide immediate assistance packages to IDP families and
                                        their host communities for two purposes to provide Basic /
                                        Nutritional Food Security, and to introduce essential small scale
                                        agricultural activities for vital income generation and the reduction
                                        of potential tensions between both groups.
 Beneficiaries                          TOTAL: 400 families in Killinochchi district, 200 families in Jaffna,
                                        100 families in Vavuniya, 100 families in Mannar
                                        The women in the households will be mainly targeted
 Implementing Partner(s)                District NGO Consortium, GSO, WRDS
 Project Duration                       6 Months: January to June 2007
 Total Project Budget                   $183,250
 Funds Requested                        $173,250

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
In many areas of the North, vegetables and animal protein are extremely expensive and hard to find.
Resident host communities will be supported to continue with their normal income generating activities
while IDPs and host families will receive kits for vegetable production, ‘mobile’ home-gardens, inputs
for backyard poultry farming and/or aquaculture, where appropriate. This will contribute to the basic /
nutritional food security of the entire community, including self-sustained food production and the
facilitation of a balanced diet. In addition, IDPs will not be idle and host families will also receive
support. Women headed households will be especially targeted.

Main activities
The main activities are: identifying current potential for small scale “low external input” agricultural
production, assessment to overcome obstacles; support to procure necessary inputs; cash grants
where appropriate; distribution of inputs; technical training & awareness on balanced nutrition; organic
farming and low external input technologies; and animal health and raising techniques.

Expected outcome
Sustainable strategies are available to facilitate families in host and IDP communities to continue small
scale agricultural activities sustaining food security at household level; balanced nutrition for host and
IDP families; eventually identified marketing opportunities for surplus production.

                                              FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                          Budget Items                                                $
 Cost A: Initial survey                   Livelihood Survey                                              7,200
                                          Cash grants, home garden kits, assets, chicken and           107,000
 Cost B: Material inputs, cash grants
                                          vaccination kits
                                          Project support costs, nursery establishment, staff,            56,100
 Cost C: Project support costs
                                          transportation, workshops, training documents
 Cost D: admin & contingencies.                                                                         12,950
 Sub-total                                                                                             183,250
                                          Solidar will provide matching funding contributions           10,000
 Minus available resources
                                          for project management & Support costs
 TOTAL                                                                                                 173,250




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 Appealing Agency                  WORLD VISION LANKA (WVL)
 Project Title                     Enhanced food production for IDPs and host communities in Vanni
 Project Code                      SRL-07/A10
 Sector                            Agriculture (including food security)
 Objective                         To identify food insecure communities and households and
                                   enhance food production through distribution of inputs, training,
                                   enhanced agricultural infrastructure, and development of
                                   community plans to address long-term food insecurity.
 Beneficiaries                     TOTAL: 2,000 households with a focus on female-headed
 Implementing Partner(s)           MoA, MoH, DPDHS, THS (local authority), local women’s society’s,
                                   local farmer society’s,
 Project Duration                  January to June 2007
 Total Project Budget              $162,000
 Funds Requested                   $162,000

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
The project will contribute to medium- and long-term food security by addressing the need for dietary
protein, Vitamin A, and iron. This will be enhanced by linking food security interventions to vulnerable
communities and within these to the most-vulnerable households. As a pilot activity and for
subsequent scaling-up by WVL, we will facilitate development of community-based action plans that
reflect a partnership of community, government and other agencies to address food insecurity post-
conflict.

Main activities
   Food security assessments at community and household levels to identify beneficiaries;
   Provide for enhanced agricultural infrastructure – rehabilitate a cooperative farm, establish
    demonstration plots for training and seed production, and support veterinary services;
   Distribute seeds (pulse and vegetable) and seedlings (fruit trees), and train farmers on production
    and utilisation to optimise the nutritional benefits from these crops;
   Engage community leaders in identification of key factors contributing to food and nutrition
    insecurity, and facilitate development of community-specific action plans to address these.

Expected outcomes
   Households and communities will have enhanced food security capacity;
   Infrastructure for food production and for agricultural training will be enhanced;
   Partners (community, government, and other agencies) will have action plans to address long-
    term food insecurity.

                                        FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                    Budget Items                                              $
 Cost A e.g. staff                                                                                 47,000
 Cost B e.g. inputs                                                                               105,000
 Cost C e.g. administration                                                                        10,000
 Sub-total                                                                                        162,000
 Minus resources                                                                                        0
 TOTAL                                                                                            162,000




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                              ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND INFRASTRUCTURE
 Appealing Agency                ASSEMBLY OF SOCIAL MOBILISATION
 Project Title                   Livelihood support for the conflict IDPs and the host communities
 Project Code                    SRL-07/ER/I01
 Sector                          Economic Recovery and Infrastructure
 Objective                       To provide Livelihood support for the recent ethnic conflict IDPs and
                                 the host communities to establish and improve their Livelihood
                                 activities.
 Beneficiaries                   Total direct beneficiaries – 400 house holds
                                 Women: 200 and Men: 200 in Kinniya and Muthur DS divisions.
 Implementing Partner            Assembly of Social Mobilisation
 Project Duration                January – June 2007
 Total Project Budget            $155,000
 Funds Requested                 $155,000

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
This project will ensure that the IDPs and the vulnerable people from the host communities have the
secure Livelihood and they have confident to restore and improve their life and the standard of the life.
This is in line with the general strategy and the sector objectives, which are geared towards assuring
that the entire IDP population and the vulnerable people in the host communities have the secure
Livelihood. The project will be implemented in Kinniya and the Muthur DS divisions in the Trincomalee
district in the north east province of the Sri Lanka. There will be close coordination with UOCHA,
UNDP and the FAO to have the better coordination and to avoiding the duplication and also to
maintain the quality of the programme.

Main activities
   Conducting Assessment on Livelihood activities and the marketing facilities in the Divisions;
   Selection of beneficiaries;
   Coordination with the UN agencies and the other NGOs in the Divisions/District;
   Procurement and distribution of livelihood supports;
   Reporting and Monitoring.

Expected outcomes
   Guide/supported/facilitated for secure livelihood;
   Improved Living standard of the IDP population and the vulnerable host communities;
   Made access for better marketing.


                                        FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                    Budget Items                                               $
 Direct project cost                                                                               125,000
 Project management (staff)                                                                         20,000
 Admin cost                                                                                         10,000
 TOTAL                                                                                             155,000




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 Appealing Agency                     THE FOUNDATION FOR CO-EXISTENCE (FCE)
                                      Facilitate Income Generation to Build Confidence and Mitigate the
 Project Title
                                      Dependency Syndrome of IDPs
 Project Code                         SRL-07/ER/I02
 Sector                               Economic Recovery and Infrastructure
 Geographical Locations               Trincomalee, Batticaloa & Mannar
 Objective                            To generate sustainable livelihoods and build capacities that are
                                      expected to be continued upon reintegration
                                      TOTAL: 15,741
 Beneficiaries                        Children: 7,217         Women: 8,524
                                      Total Families: 5,978
 Implementing Partner(s)              DS, GS, Department of Agriculture, veterinary Doctors, Ministry of
                                      Education, Small Industries Bureau
 Project Duration                     January 2007 – June 2007
 Total Project Budget                 $505,400
 Funds Requested                      $505,400

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
An assessment of needs, resources, capacities, and skills etc, both within the IDP camp and host
community will be conducted for livelihoods. Based on the results, FCE will implement the most
effective ones (short term). Our objectives are to improve economic relationships with the host
communities and facilitate a life with dignity through positive livelihood strategies.

Main activities
To conduct a thorough assessment of the resources, needs, capacities, skills and socio-economic
background of the displaced. Based on this, the services, labour and business opportunities as
mentioned in the budget will be allocated to each person or group, accordingly. Women and
particularly women who head the households, will be given priority.

Expected outcome
To empower and protect the displaced and gradually break away from the reliance factor most
typically placed on humanitarian organisations by IDPs we seek to assist. Livelihood generation also
builds a certain amount of confidence in an individual, which is vital. The skills that are gained and
enhanced through our workshops are expected to be careers of IDPs, once they reintegrate.
Livelihoods also aid in minimising negative activities that take place in the IDP camps.

                            Budget Items                            Qty        Unit Cost $   Total in $
 Services
 Small shops (women headed)                                            150            500         75,000
 Tailoring                                                              10            180          1,800
 Labour
 Tool Kits for Skilled workers(Carpentry, Electricians, masons)         60            750         45,000
 Cash for Work (priority for women workers)                            600            600        360,000
 Work Shops
 Vocational training workshops (agriculture and animal
 husbandry)                                                               4          2500         10,000
 Host Community livelihoods Generation
 Poultry farms (host community)                                           25          400         10,000
 Vegetable sellers                                                        10          360          3,600
 Total                                                                                           505,400




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 Appealing Agency                   INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANIZATION - ILO
 Project Title                      Alternative income opportunities to fisher folk
 Project Code                       SRL-07/ER/I03
 Sector                             Economic Recovery and Infrastructure
 Objective                          To provide alternative income generating opportunities for conflict-
                                    affected fisher folk through the production of gabion boxes
 Beneficiaries                      TOTAL: 200 affected fisher households – (targeting 50% direct
                                    involvement of women).
                                    District (4): Jaffna, Mullaitivu, Trincomalee, Batticaloa
 Implementing Partner(s)            ILO, UNOPS
 Project Duration                   6 months, January – June 2007
 Total Project Budget               $336,260
 Funds Requested                    $228,260

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
The project contributes to the first sector objective to create temporary employment opportunities for
conflict-affected households by providing income generating opportunities to fisher folk whose regular
income patterns have been affected by current security situation and fishing bans. By producing
gabion boxes that are used for the construction of retention walls, the project will contribute to the
restoration of community infrastructure. This in turn contributes to the overall strategic priority of the
CHAP to provide immediate response to vulnerable groups affected by the conflict in the North and
East.

Main activities
The project will train labourers from 200 families in the production of gabion boxes and supervise the
production to guarantee labour, safety and quality standards are upheld. The project will produce
4,800 gabion boxes of which half will be made available for the construction of retention walls in
separate temporary employment generation projects. The other half will be sold at market rate to the
Ministry of Fisheries and Ministry of Aquatic Resources, and other users of the product.

Expected outcome
   Diversification of income activities for 200 conflict-affected households, with a prospect of longer
    term income generation;
   Skills developed for members from 200 households in producing gabion boxes;
   Mitigation of environmental problems such as flooding and erosion.

                                          FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                       Budget Items                                             $
 Cost A: Staff                                                                                    40,500
 Cost D: Works (labour, material & tools)                                                        269,500
 Cost C: Administration                                                                           26,260
 Sub-total                                                                                       336,260
 Minus available resources                                                                       108,000
 TOTAL                                                                                           228,260




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 Appealing Agency                      INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANIZATION (ILO)
 Project title                         Temporary Alternative Income Generation in Conflict-affected
                                       Communities
 Project code                          SRL-07/ER/I04
 Sector                                Economic Recovery and Infrastructure
 Objective                             To provide temporary income-earning opportunities within conflict-
                                       affected communities through the implementation of cash for work
                                       activities aimed at rehabilitating community infrastructure assets.
 Beneficiaries                         20,000 labour days generated in 4 districts (5,000 labour days per
                                       district). A minimum of 250 households per district provided with
                                       temporary income
 Implementing Partners                 ILO, CBOs
 Project duration                      6 months (January – June 2007)
 Total project budget                  $140,120
 Funds requested                       $140,120

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
The current situation demands for the urgent provision of immediate and temporary alternative income
earning opportunities within the affected communities. The project implements cash for work activities
and rehabilitates community infrastructure assets, thus providing temporary employment and income-
earning opportunities to the affected communities as well as contributing to the economic recovery of
the area.

Main activities
Quick impact community infrastructure rehabilitation projects have already been requested in 4
districts (Jaffna, Mullaitivu, Kilinochchi, and Trincomalee). These activities will be implemented in a
labour-intensive manner and shall maximise the injection of cash into the beneficiary communities.
Activities will be implemented through CBOs and Fisheries Societies, whom will be responsible for the
selection of the labourers. Divisional Authorities, Pradeshiya Sabhas and staff from the existing ILO-
IRTAP project shall be responsible for the supervision of the works, and site supervisors will be
selected from within the beneficiary communities. The required tools and materials, where possible for
reasons of quality and cost, shall be procured locally, thereby contributing to the local economy within
the local communities. Where possible for reasons of security, the project will embark on the
implementation of more complex community infrastructure recovery activities identified through the
recent Divisional Livelihood Development Plans.

Expected outcome
   5,000 labour days generated per district, totalling 20,000 labour-days;
   A minimum of 250 households per district provided with temporary employment and income
    earning opportunities;
   Support provided to existing coping mechanisms and reviving local economic recovery;
   Productive infrastructure rehabilitated within the affected communities.

                                           FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                       Budget items                                              $
 Cost A: works (wages)                                                                                80,000
 Cost B: works (tools and equipment)                                                                  20,000
 Cost C: staff                                                                                        24,000
 Cost D: administration                                                                               16,120
 TOTAL                                                                                               140,120




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 Appealing Agency                INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANIZATION - ILO
 Project Title                   Emergency Employment Services for Conflict-affected Communities
 Project Code                    SRL-07/ER/I05
 Sector                          Economic Recovery and Infrastructure
 Objective                       To facilitate temporary employment opportunities for conflict-
                                 affected job seekers through registration, job placement and
                                 improving their employability
 Beneficiaries                   TOTAL: 8,000 conflict-affected people
                                 Women: 4,000        Men: 4,000 (60% youth)
                                 District coverage: Jaffna, Kilinochchi, Mullaitivu, Trincomalee and
                                 Batticaloa
 Implementing Partner(s)         ILO, JobsNet
 Project Duration                6 months, January – June 2007
 Total Project Budget            $150,000
 Funds Requested                 $125,000

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
The project contributes to the sector objective to create temporary employment opportunities for
conflict-affected households by matching demand and supply of temporary employment opportunities.
This in turn contributes to the overall strategic priority of the CHAP to provide immediate response to
newly displaced and other vulnerable groups affected by the conflict in the North and East.

Main activities
The project will use the existing ILO procedures to register 8,000 job seekers through mobile
registration desks and simultaneously identify employers (Relief projects, non governmental and
private sector) that have temporary and longer-term vacancies. The project will fill as much vacancies
as possible with registered job seekers. Where necessary on-the–job training and counselling will be
provided to improve employability of 1,000 job seekers.

Expected outcome
   Conflict-affected households depend less on assistance through income generated by temporary
    employment;
   Increased employability of conflict-affected households in general and of young job seekers and
    female job seekers in specific.

                                       FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                    Budget Items                                             $
 Cost A: Training                                                                             60,000
 Cost B: Registration                                                                         40,000
 Cost C: Staff                                                                                30,500
 Cost D: Administration                                                                       19,500
 Sub-total                                                                                   150,000
 Minus available resources                                                                    25,000
 TOTAL                                                                                       125,000




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 Appealing Agency                  INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MIGRATION (IOM)
 Project Title                     Short-term income recovery for IDPs
 Project Code                      SRL-07/ER/I06
 Sector                            Economic Recovery and Infrastructure
 Objective                         IDP and host communities rapidly generate income to support their
                                   families
                                   Communities directly affected by the recent heightened conflict.
                                   Total of 1,000 families (4,000 direct beneficiaries) from IDP and
                                   host communities
 Beneficiaries
                                   Beneficiaries will be primary and secondary income earners of IDP
                                   households, including vulnerable persons such as women and
                                   unskilled and semi-skilled youth.
 Implementing Partner(s)           IDP and host community groups; local CBOs
                                   Government Authorities (Divisional Secretaries and GNs),
                                   Existing IOM NGO and business development partners at district
                                   level
 Project Duration                  January – June 2007
 Total Project Budget              $300,000
 Funds Requested                   $300,000

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
It provides IDPs with at least subsistence income during displacement, while productively utilising their
time.

Main activities
   Identify beneficiaries;
   Identify community employment opportunities/resources and link with qualified IDPs (e.g.,
    agriculture day labourers, construction workers);
   Provide toolkits and other equipment to start small-scale enterprises;
   Provide seeds, tools and inputs for agriculture and livestock production;
   Identify and provide vocational training and skills development courses and subsequent
    employment opportunities for unskilled/semi skilled youths;
   Identify and rehabilitate infrastructure.

Expected outcome
   400 families are generating income within a 6-month timeframe;
   600 households are participating in educational or income-generating activities;
   IDPs have income for subsistence and a productive way of utilising their time during the
    displacement;
   IDPs solve transitional settlements’ needs and issues by themselves;
   IDPs acquire skills and vocational experience to take back to their original villages.

                                       FINANCIAL SUMMARY
         Budgeted items             Immediate Needs     Additional needs                  Total $
 Asset replacement                              100,000                  0                       100,000
 Short term vocational skills                    25,000                  0                        25,000
 Infrastructure                                 125,000                  0                       125,000
 Staff cost                                      30,000             20,000                        50,000
 Total                                          280,000             20,000                       300,000




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 Appealing Agency                   PEOPLE IN NEED (PIN)
 Project Title                      Recovery of Livelihoods for returned IDPs
 Project Code                       SRL-07/ER/I07
 Sector                             Economy Recovery and Infrastructure
                                    To make IDPs that returned to their homes economically self-
 Objective
                                    sufficient and able to restore their social contacts.
                                    500 households that were displaced due to the recent conflict and
 Beneficiaries
                                    have returned to their original homes. Area Trincomalee District.
                                    PIN will implement this project in cooperation with the DS and
 Implementing Partner(s)
                                    Pradeshiya Sabhas
 Project Duration                   4 Months
 Total Project Budget               $261,700
 Funds Requested                    $241,700

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
The project enables the IDPs that had to flee from their homes to restore their previous livelihoods and
renew thus again sustainable income. In such a way their dependency on humanitarian aid would be
eliminated. Restoration of livelihoods will enable them to rejoin their usual social structures.
Main activities
The project will target families that were forced to leave their homes as a consequence of renewed
violence in the East of Sri Lanka. The project anticipates that these IDPs can return to their homes.
First of all a house to house assessment would be carried out to identify the scope of damage that
their livelihoods assets had suffered in the violence. Information on the type of livelihood before
displacement and assets possessed will be collected. Subsequently an individual business plan with
each family will be elaborated to ensure that provided assets would bring them sustainable income.
A precondition to receive material assistance will be their participation on trainings related to their
livelihoods. These trainings will focus on increasing their awareness in breading livestock, home
gardening, starting small businesses etc.
Each household will be provided with material support in the amount of 30,000 LKR, the form of
support will vary and will be based on to their business plans (livestock, agricultural inputs, equipment
for shopkeepers, tools for craftsmen, small vehicles). The beneficiaries will be encouraged to
contribute by 10% of the value (can be in kind).
Follow-up monitoring will be done three months after the distribution to find out if the assets
contributed to the income generation in anticipated degree.
Expected outcome
Up to 500 IDP households will regain their lost livelihoods securing sufficient income over a long
period. They will be trained in their selected fields thus safeguarding efficient utilisation of provided
support. Divisional Secretariat and Local Governments will be included in the coordination and project
implementation.
                            FINANCIAL SUMMARY (in case of 500 beneficiaries)
                                    Budget Items                                               $
1 Direct Support
Material support                                                                                   150,000
Transportation of the support                                                                       25,000
Trainings                                                                                           22,500
sub total                                                                                          197,500
2 Operational Expenses
Overheads                                                                                           23,000
Transportation                                                                                      24,000
sub total                                                                                           47,000
3 Human Resources
project manager                                                                                     10,000
project officers                                                                                     7,200
sub total                                                                                           17,200
Grand Total                                                                                        261,700



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 Appealing Agency                  UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (UNDP)
 Project Title                     Rebuilding Together Project
 Project Code                      SRL-07/ER/I08
 Sector                            Economic Recovery and Infrastructure
 Objective                         To support affected communities by providing short term
                                   employment opportunities through cash-for-work on community
                                   infrastructure rehabilitation projects
 Beneficiaries                     TOTAL: 600 beneficiaries (approximately 300 women), 7,500 work
                                   days created
 Implementing Partner(s)           Ministry of Nation Building and Estate Infrastructure Development,
                                   partner CSOs operating in the affected districts
 Project Duration                  6 Months (January-June 2007)
 Total Project Budget              $301,740
 Funds Requested                   $301,740

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
This project will be implemented by the Transition Programme, UNDP’s primary delivery mechanism
for economic recovery of conflict-affected communities in NE Sri Lanka.

Main activities
The project will support the immediate rehabilitation/construction of infrastructure with major strategic
and humanitarian value, particularly transport, sanitation and social infrastructure. It will address a
critical problem currently faced in terms of improving humanitarian access, and allowing isolated
communities to enjoy improved services, transport of goods and people, and movement. Further,
needs identified by host communities will be prioritised to ensure that the added strain of IDPs on local
resources does not become a point of tension.

The nature and methodologies of works undertaken will reflect current realities and constraints,
namely the lack of certain building materials in the Northern districts. Projects will be labour intensive
using a cash-for-work approach, maximising local employment opportunities for people affected by the
current conflict.

Expected outcome
It is anticipated that at least 7.500 workdays will be created through the implementation of this project,
providing substantial cash injection into local communities.

                                        FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                    Budget Items                                               $
 Community Infrastructure                                                                          250,000
 Staff costs                                                                                        22,000
 Operational Costs                                                                                  10,000
 UNDP GMS                                                                                           19,740
 TOTAL                                                                                             301,740




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 Appealing Agency                    UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (UNDP)
 Project Title                       Alternative Livelihood Recovery Project
 Project Code                        SRL-07/ER/I09
 Sector                              Economic Recovery and Infrastructure
 Objective                           To enable immediate economic recovery of communities directly-
                                     affected by on-going conflict
 Beneficiaries                       TOTAL: 3000 (at least 1500 women and their children)
 Implementing Partner(s)             Ministry of Nation-building and Estate Infrastructure Development,
                                     partner CSOs in the affected districts
 Project Duration                    January – June 2007
 Total Project Budget                $347,750
 Funds Requested                     $347,750

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
This project will be implemented by the Transition Programme, UNDP’s primary delivery mechanism
for economic recovery of conflict-affected communities in NE Sri Lanka. The project will aim at
recovering income of the displaced and directly-affected families through alternative livelihood and to
create an enabling environment for allowing the affected families to engage in livelihood activities. In
an environment, where traditional employment such as agriculture, fishing, and livestock rearing has
been disrupted, it is imperative to identify alternative livelihood options that will generate immediate
income. These means of income-generation can be continued by the individual when they return to
their original communities as seasonal work. The stress and trauma levels of camp residents are also
observed to be high and it is imperative that enabling working environment is considered when
selecting income generation activities.

Main activities?
1) Provision of alternative income generation options (such as recycling and production of hand-made
paper, production of essential amenities such as mats, ropes, hand-sewn clothes and also products
that can be utilised by ongoing projects such as hand woven nets for sports etc);

2) Providing an enabling environment (encouraging childcare service set-up, self-help groups, and
sports activities for children of women beneficiaries etc) for the beneficiaries to engage in the income
generation activity. An outline of the suggested activities is annexed here.

Expected outcome
It is anticipated that 3,000 families will access the benefits of the project.

                                          FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                     Budget Items                                              $
 Alternative Income Generation Grants and Equipment                                                300,000
 Operational Costs                                                                                  10,000
 Staff (Programme assistants)                                                                       15,000
 UNDP GMS                                                                                           22,750
 TOTAL                                                                                             347,750




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 Agency                         OXFAM GREAT BRITAIN (OGB)
                                Livelihood protection and empowerment for internally displaced
 Project Title                  women and men in the conflict affected districts of Batticaloa,
                                Trincomalee and Killinochi.
                                SRL-07/ER/I10
 Sector                         Economic Recovery and Infrastructure (livelihoods)
 Objective                      To reduce vulnerability and to encourage livelihood efforts by
                                creating employment opportunities and providing necessary inputs
                                for income generation of women and men in the conflict affected IDP
                                communities.
 Beneficiaries                  TOTAL: 12,000 (estimate)
 Implementing Partner(s)        Sarvodya, Shakti Organisation, Kinniya Vision, ESCO, Local
                                Authorities (pradeshiya sabha etc), EUDA
 Project Duration               January 2007 to July 2007
 Total Project Budget           $410,000
 Funds Requested                $0 (already funded)

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
The intended project has the potential to enhance income generation in the short to medium term,
thus protecting livelihood of the affected communities.

Main activities
The project will aim to conduct community participatory consultations to verify IDP community’s
vulnerability & livelihood needs. Having identified and prioritised needs, the project will identify sub
projects that would be suitable for implementation. The first component will focus on cash for work and
temporary employment opportunities (i.e. debris cleaning or improvement of drainage systems or road
works or construction) with the interests of IDP and Host communities included. The second
component of the project will focus on skills development, women leadership (i.e. mobile community
gardening), and grants for asset replacement to build on the capacity of women to be transferred if
and when refugees become returnees.

Expected outcome
Approximately 12,000 direct beneficiaries are expected to get exposure to the intended livelihood
programme. During the four-month period, the project will support food security and create
employment opportunities for the participants, and support them to acquire skills and tools to recover
their livelihood and employment in their respective local communities.

                                         FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                Budget Items                                              $
 Cost A e.g. staff costs       Oxfam; Partners.                                                  65,000
                               Cash for work; Skills development workshops;                     300,000
 Cost B e.g. inputs
                               Community Gardening inputs.
 Cost C e.g. administration    Oxfam; Partners.                                                   45,000

 Sub-total                                                                                       410,000
 Minus available resources                                                                       410,000
 TOTAL REQUEST                                                                                0 (funded)




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                                                  SECURITY
 Appealing Agency                   DEPARTMENT OF SAFETY AND SECURITY (UNDSS)
 Project Title                      Security Services
 Project Code                       SRL-07/S01
 Sector                             Security
 Objective                          To ensure safe implementation of UN projects in general and the
                                    increased number of Humanitarian Need Projects in specific.
 Beneficiaries                      TOTAL: All humanitarian projects as defined in CHAP
                                    Children: Women:
                                    Other group (specify):
                                    1) - International and national staff and families - 2,000
                                    2) - Indirectly all those that are to be reached by the above
                                    humanitarian projects of the agencies
 Implementing Partner(s)            Ministry of Defence (military and police)
 Project Duration                   February 2007 - December 2007 (11 months)
 Total Project Budget               $624,418
 Funds Requested                    $624,418

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
The project will ensure that the additional humanitarian need projects (as a direct result of the
deteriorating security situation and strategic condition of increased use of military armed force) as
defined in CHAP can be safely implemented (reaching the needy in the conflict areas) by providing the
additional capacity for security management.

Main activities
1. Additional international security officers to provide security capacity in the North and east where
conflict and humanitarian collateral fall out is at its highest; 2. Additional training, awareness and
proactive analysis capacity would be provided by local security assistants that would provide security
management capacity in the conflict area of the North and east and address the training, and analysis
capacity to ensure that staff are properly and proactively briefed and alerted and to ensure that
security awareness is maintained at a high level for all staff, their dependents and interlocutors;
3. Security communication and awareness to sustain the security support, obtain additional security
communication operational funds that would allow more effective communication to the staff and
beneficiaries, address the need to more effectively network and liase with all role players in the field of
operation at all levels of security management and to logistically enable that such communication and
awareness can be effectively supported; 4. Improve integrated effort and liaison with interlocutors,
GOSL and other role players including the development of forums and standing procedures.

Expected outcome
Enabling safe implementation and delivery of humanitarian need projects to those most effected by
the increased level of armed /political conflict.

                                             FINANCIAL SUMMARY
 Budget Items                                                                                    $
 A. Staff costs (salaries and other entitlements)                                                    519,868
 B. Infrastructure (vehicles, protective gear)                                                        23,700
 C. Communication (telephone, networking/liaison, training materials and logistic support,            40,000
 workshops, communication materials, awareness improvement)
 Indirect Programme Support Charges (not exceeding 7% of subtotal)                                    40,850
 TOTAL                                                                                               624,418




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                                COORDINATION AND SUPPORT SERVICES
 Appealing Agency                     WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME (WFP)
 Project Title                        Augmentation of Logistics preparedness capacity
 Project Code                         SRL-07/CSS01
 Sector                               Coordination and Support Services
 Objective                            Logistics/Telecom sector: On behalf of IASC CT to create/utilise
                                      logistics hubs in strategic locations for facilitating the delivery of
                                      food and non-food supplies to the North and East for newly
                                      displaced IDPs. These logistics hubs to be used by all
                                      humanitarian agencies and coordinated by WFP, the logistics
                                      sectoral lead agency.
 Beneficiaries                        Total 400,000 IDPs
                                      Children: 140,000 Women: 136,000 (adult female beneficiaries)
 Implementing Partner(s)              UN/IASC Agencies, Government (MNBD)
 Project Duration                     1 January – 30 June 2007
 Total Project Budget                 $264,758
 Funds Requested                      $264,758
* Activities included under WFP Special Operation 10539.0 in support of the current and planned emergency
assistance linked to the expansion of PRRO 10067.1

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
On behalf of IASC CT to create/utilise logistics hubs in strategic locations for facilitating the delivery of
food and non-food supplies to the North and East for newly displaced IDPs. These logistics hubs will
support the delivery of humanitarian assistance for all UN/IASC CT agencies to affected populations.

Main activities
The project’s main activities include the set-up of logistics hubs in strategic locations for the
humanitarian community for facilitating the delivery of food and non-food items to the North and East
for newly displaced IDPs. A truck fleet will be procured and made available to WFP and partner
organisations for primary/secondary transportation will be procured and expanded storage facilities will
be established. Finally, administrative procedures and adequate communication and IT equipment will
be put in place in order to ensure a satisfactory level of support as part of the emergency
preparedness strategy.

Expected outcome
Augmentation, assessment updates and management of the logistics network and ensure adequate
installation & maintenance of all logistics and Telecom equipment in order to ensure maximum safety
and timely & accountable delivery of humanitarian aid in a cost effective manner for all IASC CT
agencies.

                                               FINANCIAL SUMMARY
 Budget Items                                                                                         $
 Direct Operational Costs                                                                                 247,437
 Indirect Support Costs (7% of direct costs)                                                               17,321
 TOTAL                                                                                                    264,758




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 Appealing Agency                   WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME (WFP)
                                    Special Operation 10564.0 – Provision of Humanitarian Air
 Project Title
                                    Services in Sri Lanka
 Project Code                       SRL-07/CSS02
 Sector                             Coordination and Support Services (UNHAS- Logistics AirOPs)
 Objective                          To provide efficient air transport services to humanitarian agencies
                                    and donor representatives in Sri Lanka and to carry out medical
                                    and security evacuations of staff members.
 Beneficiaries                      Total 600,000 IDPs
 Implementing Partner(s)            UN/IASC Agencies
 Project Duration                   1 January 2007– 30 June 2007
 Total Project Budget               $615,467
 Minus approved CERF                $368,311
 allocation
 Funds Requested                    $247,156

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
Through the air service provided by WFP in Sri Lanka, the project enables the humanitarian
community to monitor and implement their respective programmes by providing the required
passenger and cargo movement. Despite the closure of the land route between Colombo and Jaffna
this project will ensure a safe, efficient and reliable transport alternative for all humanitarian agencies
working in this unstable region.

Main activities
The project aims at providing an air service to an estimated 2,000 humanitarian workers in order for
them to implement humanitarian programmes including transport of food, medicines and other non-
food items to the affected people in the region. Furthermore, the air service allows donor
representatives to visit the region and if necessary to carry out medical or security evacuations of staff
members. The air service will be provided on a partial cost recovery basis. Ultimately this operation
will support humanitarian programmes, which in turn will benefit 600,000 people at risk living on the
Jaffna peninsula.

Expected outcome
Ensure reliable, regular and safe transport for humanitarian personnel and enable them conduct a
well-needed humanitarian interventions to mitigate and avert the harmful effects of the conflict.


                                       FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                   Budget Items                                                 $
Direct Operational Costs                        Communication and IT services                       309,065
                                                Staffing, Administration and running                266,138
Direct Support Costs
                                                costs attributable to WFP Sri Lanka
Indirect Support Costs                          7% of all direct costs                               40,264
Sub-total                                                                                           615,467
Minus available resources (approved CERF                                                            368,311
allocation)
TOTAL                                                                                               247,156




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 Appealing Agency                OFFICE FOR THE COORDINATION OF HUMANITARIAN
                                 AFFAIRS (OCHA)
 Project Title                   Urgent humanitarian interventions support project
 Project Code                    SRL-07/CSS03
 Sector                          Coordination and support services
 Objective                       Support coordination, monitoring, information management and
                                 advocacy for effective humanitarian interventions
 Beneficiaries                   TOTAL: Up to 400,000 in the conflict-affected districts (North and
                                 East)
 Implementing Partner(s)         Government of Sri Lanka (both central and local level), IASC CT
                                 member agencies and the broader humanitarian community
 Project Duration                January – December 2007
 Total Project Budget            $2,896,678
 Funds Requested                 $2,896,678

Overall support to strategic priorities and sector objectives
The project will facilitate overall coordination and provide information management services to the
GoSL, IASC CT, UNHC, UNFPs, GAs and (I)NGOs for enhancing in-country coordination and greater
engagement among all humanitarian actors.

Main activities
Activities include coordinated UN contribution to the GoSL and strengthened linkages, and field
presence through central and six field offices. General coordination support provided to UNFPs,
facilitation of coordination mechanisms and provision of information and dissemination of products.
Continue collaboration with the CHA. Conduct information gathering and analysis with a view towards
supporting effective humanitarian programming and advocacy of humanitarian principles.

Expected outcome
Strong and proactive coordination support to the humanitarian community leading to fast, adequate
and efficient humanitarian relief effort in service of the affected population.

                                      FINANCIAL SUMMARY
                                  Budget Items                                             $
 Cost A e.g. staff                                                                         1,923,832
 Cost B e.g. inputs                                                                          639,600
 Cost C e.g. administration                                                                  333,246
 Sub-total                                                                                 2,896,678
 Minus available resources
 TOTAL                                                                                     2,896,678




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                                             Table II: List of Projects – By Sector

                              Table II: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2007
                                                           List of Projects - By Sector
                                                                as of 8 January 2007
                                                               http://www.reliefweb.int/fts


                             Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by the respective appealing organisation.            Page 1 of 6

 Project Code                        Appealing Agency               Sector/Activity                                                 Original
                                                                                                                                  Requirements
                                                                                                                                     (US$)



 AGRICULTURE

 SRL-07/A01                          ACTIONARM                      Cross-Sector Vector Borne Disease Control (VBDC)                    150,000
                                                                    Initiative - Agriculture and Livestock (A&L) Component
 SRL-07/A02                          ACTIONARM                      Low Cost Emergency Drip Irrigation and Seed Kits for IDPs           375,000
                                                                    and host community small holders
 SRL-07/A03                          A.S.I.A ONLUS                  Home gardens and livestock to support vulnerable                    169,000
                                                                    populations in the village of Mankerny, Batticaloa District
 SRL-07/A04                          FAO                            Immediate coordinated agricultural assistance to conflict-        4,724,430
                                                                    affected people
 SRL-07/A05                          GUS                            Provision of essential livestock and poultry inputs to most          88,992
                                                                    vulnerable families in Muthur, Trincomalee
 SRL-07/A06                          GUS                            Home Garden and Livestock project – Naduouthu, Kinniya,             105,948
                                                                    Trincomalee
 SRL-07/A07                          ICEI                           Support to the IDP’S in Ampara District                             115,591

 SRL-07/A08                          Muslim Aid                     Emergency integrated agriculture/livestock project in               110,000
                                                                    conflict-affected Mutur, Thoppur & Kinniya (Trincomalee
                                                                    District)

 SRL-07/A09                          SOLIDAR INGO                   Providing immediate assistance to IDPs and their host families      173,250
                                     CONSORTIUM                     in the North (Jaffna, Kilinochchi, Vavuniya, Mannar)


 SRL-07/A10                          WV Sri Lanka                   Enhanced food production for IDPs and host communities              162,000
                                                                    in Vanni

 Subtotal for AGRICULTURE                                                                                                             6,174,211



 COORDINATION AND SUPPORT SERVICES

 SRL-07/CSS01                        WFP                            Augmentation of Logistics preparedness capacity                     264,758

 SRL-07/CSS02                        WFP                            Special Operation 10564.0 - Provision of humanitarian air           615,467
                                                                    services in Sri Lanka
 SRL-07/CSS03                        OCHA                           Urgent humanitarian interventions support project                 2,896,678

 Subtotal for COORDINATION AND SUPPORT SERVICES                                                                                       3,776,903




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                              Table II: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2007
                                                           List of Projects - By Sector
                                                                as of 8 January 2007
                                                               http://www.reliefweb.int/fts


                             Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by the respective appealing organisation.           Page 2 of 6

 Project Code                        Appealing Agency               Sector/Activity                                                Original
                                                                                                                                 Requirements
                                                                                                                                    (US$)



 ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND INFRASTRUCTURE

 SRL-07/ER/I01                       ASM                            Livelihood support for the conflict IDPs and the host              155,000
                                                                    communities.
 SRL-07/ER/I02                       FCE                            Facilitate Income Generation to Build Confidence and               505,400
                                                                    Mitigate the Dependency Syndrome of IDPs
 SRL-07/ER/I03                       ILO                            Alternative income opportunities to fisher folk                    228,260

 SRL-07/ER/I04                       ILO                            Temporary Alternative Income Generation in Conflict                140,120
                                                                    Affected Communities
 SRL-07/ER/I05                       ILO                            Emergency Employment Services for Conflict Affected                125,000
                                                                    Communities
 SRL-07/ER/I06                       IOM                            Short-term income recovery for IDPs                                300,000

 SRL-07/ER/I07                       PIN                            Recovery of Livelihoods for returned IDPs                          241,700

 SRL-07/ER/I08                       UNDP                           Rebuilding Together Project                                        301,740

 SRL-07/ER/I09                       UNDP                           Alternative Livelihood Recovery Project                            347,750

 SRL-07/ER/I10                       OXFAM                          Livelihood protection and empowerment for internally               410,000
                                                                    displaced women and men in the conflict affected districts
                                                                    of Batticaloa, Trincomalee and Killinochi

 Subtotal for ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND INFRASTRUCTURE                                                                                   2,754,970



 EDUCATION

 SRL-07/E01                          UNICEF                         Emergency Education for Children Affected by Conflict              355,600

 SRL-07/E02                          NRC                            Capacity Building of Education in Emergency                        229,000

 SRL-07/E03                          SCiSL                          Children Access Education in Emergencies                           125,000

 SRL-07/E04                          SLF                            A project to support IDP and host community children to            472,510
                                                                    resume their schooling
 SRL-07/E05                          SCiSL                          Supporting access to quality early learning opportunities for      125,000
                                                                    displaced and host children

 Subtotal for EDUCATION                                                                                                              1,307,110



 FOOD

 SRL-07/F01                          DRC                            Emergency food assistance to conflict-affected families          1,043,427

 SRL-07/F02                          SLF                            Emergency Food Assistance to the recent displaced and              412,809
                                                                    host communities in Jaffna
 SRL-07/F03                          WFP                            Assistance to Vulnerable Groups for Peace Building in           22,741,992
                                                                    Conflict and Tsunami Affected Areas*
 SRL-07/F04                          ZOA Refugee Care               Food Support for Vulnerable People and IDPs in Jaffna               56,389

 Subtotal for FOOD                                                                                                                  24,254,617




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updated information on projects, funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                              Table II: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2007
                                                           List of Projects - By Sector
                                                                as of 8 January 2007
                                                               http://www.reliefweb.int/fts


                             Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by the respective appealing organisation.             Page 3 of 6

 Project Code                        Appealing Agency               Sector/Activity                                                  Original
                                                                                                                                   Requirements
                                                                                                                                      (US$)



 HEALTH

 SRL-07/H01                          UNICEF                         Emergency Nutrition Response                                         277,800

 SRL-07/H02                          UNICEF                         Emergency Health Response                                            222,200

 SRL-07/H03                          NWMTI                          Promoting community health, and prehospital care to the              131,400
                                                                    displaced persons in Northern Trincomelee District (Tiriyai,
                                                                    Pudawakattu and Pulmudai)

 SRL-07/H04                          SLF                            Providing basic medical supplies and psychosocial                    294,840
                                                                    interventions for IDP & HOST community in Jaffna
 SRL-07/H05                          UNFPA                          Safeguarding the Reproductive Health of IDPs                         500,000

 SRL-07/H06                          WHO                            Ensuring Conflict sensitive delivery of health intervention        1,062,510
                                                                    (Health as a Bridge for Peace)
 SRL-07/H07                          WV Sri Lanka                   Emergency Health Interventions in IDP Camps and Host                 243,016
                                                                    Communities
 SRL-07/H08                          IOM                            Community Health Surveillance, Care and support of                   300,000
                                                                    conflict –affected persons in Ampara, Batticaloa,
                                                                    Trincomalee, Killinochchi, Mannar, Vavuniya and Jaffna.

 Subtotal for HEALTH                                                                                                                   3,031,766




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                              Table II: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2007
                                                           List of Projects - By Sector
                                                                as of 8 January 2007
                                                               http://www.reliefweb.int/fts


                             Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by the respective appealing organisation.             Page 4 of 6

 Project Code                        Appealing Agency               Sector/Activity                                                  Original
                                                                                                                                   Requirements
                                                                                                                                      (US$)



 PROTECTION/HUMAN RIGHTS/RULE OF LAW

 SRL-07/P/HR/RL01                    UNICEF                         Protection of children affected by conflict and displacement         333,300


 SRL-07/P/HR/RL02                    ASB                            IDP Advice Service in DS Divisions of Koralai Pattu                   60,000
                                                                    (Valaichchenai), Manmunai North (Batticaloa Town) and
                                                                    Manumunai South (Kaluwanchikidy) in Batticaloa District

 SRL-07/P/HR/RL03                    NVPF                           Proactive presence for the protection and support of                  99,400
                                                                    families and children in armed conflict
 SRL-07/P/HR/RL04                    NVPF                           Proactive presence for the protection and support of IDPs in         101,400
                                                                    armed conflict
 SRL-07/P/HR/RL05                    OHCHR                          Strengthened human rights capacity in UN Country team                391,500

 SRL-07/P/HR/RL06                    OHCHR                          Strengthened human rights monitoring and reporting by civil           63,000
                                                                    society
 SRL-07/P/HR/RL07                    CCF                            Protection and strengthened support for children affected            258,600
                                                                    by conflict
 SRL-07/P/HR/RL08                    LJSSS                          Reconciliation and comprehensive social development                  223,818

 SRL-07/P/HR/RL09                    NRC                            Strengthened protection for individuals recently displaced            83,345
                                                                    from the North and East of Sri Lanka
 SRL-07/P/HR/RL10                    SCiSL                          Child protection in emergency response in Batticola,                  80,000
                                                                    Ampara, Trincomalee and Jaffna
 SRL-07/P/HR/RL11                    UNHCR                          Protection, confidence building and stabilisation of newly         7,056,000
                                                                    displaced and other vulnerable population affected by
                                                                    armed conflict

 Subtotal for PROTECTION/HUMAN RIGHTS/RULE OF LAW                                                                                      8,750,363



 SECURITY

 SRL-07/S01                          UNDSS (previously              Security Services                                                    624,418
                                     UNSECOORD)

 Subtotal for SECURITY                                                                                                                   624,418




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                              Table II: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2007
                                                           List of Projects - By Sector
                                                                as of 8 January 2007
                                                               http://www.reliefweb.int/fts


                             Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by the respective appealing organisation.           Page 5 of 6

 Project Code                        Appealing Agency               Sector/Activity                                               Original
                                                                                                                                Requirements
                                                                                                                                   (US$)



 SHELTER AND NON-FOOD ITEMS

 SRL-07/S/NF01                       UNHCR                          Provision of emergency shelter and NFRIs for IDPs                8,780,705

 SRL-07/S/NF02                       UNICEF                         Emergency Non Food Relief Supplies                                 400,000

 SRL-07/S/NF03                       SOLIDAR INGO                   NFRI for Jaffna and Kilinochchi                                    124,240
                                     CONSORTIUM
 SRL-07/S/NF04                       UMCOR                          Emergency Assistance to IDP Populations Affected by                500,000
                                                                    Military Action
 SRL-07/S/NF05                       HELP                           Construction, re-use and repair of shelter units                   192,700

 SRL-07/S/NF06                       NRC                            Delivery of IDP Shelter and Camp Care & Maintenance and            623,000
                                                                    Site Management Coaching in Batticaloa District of Sri
                                                                    Lanka

 SRL-07/S/NF07                       SOLIDAR INGO                   IDP Temporary Shelter Support in the Vanni                         267,950
                                     CONSORTIUM
 SRL-07/S/NF08                       UMCOR                          Return Assistance to IDP Populations Affected by Military        1,600,000
                                                                    Action
 SRL-07/S/NF09                       UMCOR                          Planning for Emergency and Development                             505,000

 Subtotal for SHELTER AND NON-FOOD ITEMS                                                                                           12,993,595




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                              Table II: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2007
                                                           List of Projects - By Sector
                                                                as of 8 January 2007
                                                               http://www.reliefweb.int/fts


                             Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by the respective appealing organisation.              Page 6 of 6

 Project Code                        Appealing Agency               Sector/Activity                                                   Original
                                                                                                                                    Requirements
                                                                                                                                       (US$)



 WATER AND SANITATION

 SRL-07/WS01                         ACTED                          Emergency Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Response to                   350,000
                                                                    Mankarny Conflict IDPs- Vaharai division, Northern
                                                                    Batticaloa District-

 SRL-07/WS02                         ACTIONARM                      Cross-Sector Vector Borne Disease Control (VBDC)                      170,000
                                                                    Initiative – WATSAN/WASH Component
 SRL-07/WS03                         A.S.I.A ONLUS                  Meeting Drinking Water Needs of the Conflict Affected                 160,000
                                                                    Population of Mankerny – Batticaloa District
 SRL-07/WS04                         ASM                            Construction of Toilets for conflict affected people                  111,111

 SRL-07/WS05                         Arche Nova                     Support to water supply and sanitation for internally                  49,838
                                                                    displaced people (IDP) in the district of Batticaloa, Sri Lanka


 SRL-07/WS06                         IRD                            Strengthening emergency Water, Sanitation Practices &                 215,250
                                                                    Hygiene in Transitional Camps at Batticaloa & Ampara
                                                                    districts

 SRL-07/WS07                         SOLIDAR INGO                   Hygienic Information Project (HIP)                                     68,640
                                     CONSORTIUM
 SRL-07/WS08                         SOLIDAR INGO                   Providing WASH services to IDPs in the Vanni                          130,000
                                     CONSORTIUM
 SRL-07/WS09                         TDGSA                          Construction of toilets for conflict affected people                  101,852

 SRL-07/WS10                         UNICEF                         Emergency Water, Sanitation and Hygiene                               555,600

 SRL-07/WS11                         OXFAM                          Safe water and sanitation facilities for IDPs in the conflict         657,000
                                                                    affected districts of Batticaloa, Trincomalee and Killinochi

 Subtotal for WATER AND SANITATION                                                                                                      2,569,291



 Grand Total                                                                                                                           66,237,244




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                                      Table III: List of Project – By Appealing Agencies

                              Table III: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2007
                                                List of Projects - By Appealing Organisation
                                                                as of 8 January 2007
                                                               http://www. reliefweb.int/fts


                             Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by the respective appealing organisation.            Page 1 of 8

 Project Code                      Sector Name                             Sector/Activity                                           Original
                                                                                                                                   Requirements
                                                                                                                                      (US$)



 A.S.I.A ONLUS

 SRL-07/A03                        AGRICULTURE                             Home gardens and livestock to support vulnerable             169,000
                                                                           populations in the village of Mankerny, Batticaloa
                                                                           District

 SRL-07/WS03                       WATER AND SANITATION                    Meeting Drinking Water Needs of the Conflict                 160,000
                                                                           Affected Population of Mankerny – Batticaloa
                                                                           District

 Sub total for A.S.I.A ONLUS                                                                                                            329,000



 ACTED

 SRL-07/WS01                       WATER AND SANITATION                    Emergency Water, Sanitation and Hygiene                      350,000
                                                                           Response to Mankarny Conflict IDPs- Vaharai
                                                                           division, Northern Batticaloa District-

 Sub total for ACTED                                                                                                                    350,000



 ACTIONARM

 SRL-07/A01                        AGRICULTURE                             Cross-Sector Vector Borne Disease Control (VBDC)             150,000
                                                                           Initiative - Agriculture and Livestock (A&L)
                                                                           Component

 SRL-07/A02                        AGRICULTURE                             Low Cost Emergency Drip Irrigation and Seed Kits             375,000
                                                                           for IDPs and host community small holders
 SRL-07/WS02                       WATER AND SANITATION                    Cross-Sector Vector Borne Disease Control (VBDC)             170,000
                                                                           Initiative – WATSAN/WASH Component

 Sub total for ACTIONARM                                                                                                                695,000



 Arche Nova

 SRL-07/WS05                       WATER AND SANITATION                    Support to water supply and sanitation for internally         49,838
                                                                           displaced people (IDP) in the district of Batticaloa,
                                                                           Sri Lanka

 Sub total for Arche Nova                                                                                                                49,838



 ASB

 SRL-07/P/HR/RL02                  PROTECTION/HUMAN                        IDP Advice Service in DS Divisions of Koralai Pattu           60,000
                                   RIGHTS/RULE OF LAW                      (Valaichchenai), Manmunai North (Batticaloa Town)
                                                                           and Manumunai South (Kaluwanchikidy) in
                                                                           Batticaloa District

 Sub total for ASB                                                                                                                       60,000




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                              Table III: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2007
                                                List of Projects - By Appealing Organisation
                                                                as of 8 January 2007
                                                               http://www. reliefweb.int/fts


                             Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by the respective appealing organisation.             Page 2 of 8

 Project Code                      Sector Name                             Sector/Activity                                            Original
                                                                                                                                    Requirements
                                                                                                                                       (US$)



 ASM

 SRL-07/ER/I01                     ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND                   Livelihood support for the conflict IDPs and the host         155,000
                                   INFRASTRUCTURE                          communities.

 SRL-07/WS04                       WATER AND SANITATION                    Construction of Toilets for conflict affected people          111,111
 Sub total for ASM                                                                                                                       266,111



 CCF

 SRL-07/P/HR/RL07                  PROTECTION/HUMAN                        Protection and strengthened support for children              258,600
                                   RIGHTS/RULE OF LAW                      affected by conflict

 Sub total for CCF                                                                                                                       258,600



 DRC

 SRL-07/F01                        FOOD                                    Emergency food assistance to conflict-affected               1,043,427
                                                                           families

 Sub total for DRC                                                                                                                      1,043,427



 FAO

 SRL-07/A04                        AGRICULTURE                             Immediate coordinated agricultural assistance to             4,724,430
                                                                           conflict-affected people

 Sub total for FAO                                                                                                                      4,724,430



 FCE

 SRL-07/ER/I02                     ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND                   Facilitate Income Generation to Build Confidence              505,400
                                   INFRASTRUCTURE                          and Mitigate the Dependency Syndrome of IDPs

 Sub total for FCE                                                                                                                       505,400



 GUS

 SRL-07/A05                        AGRICULTURE                             Provision of essential livestock and poultry inputs to         88,992
                                                                           most vulnerable families in Muthur, Trincomalee
 SRL-07/A06                        AGRICULTURE                             Home Garden and Livestock project – Naduouthu,                105,948
                                                                           Kinniya, Trincomalee

 Sub total for GUS                                                                                                                       194,940




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updated information on projects, funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                              Table III: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2007
                                                List of Projects - By Appealing Organisation
                                                                as of 8 January 2007
                                                               http://www. reliefweb.int/fts


                             Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by the respective appealing organisation.           Page 3 of 8

 Project Code                      Sector Name                             Sector/Activity                                          Original
                                                                                                                                  Requirements
                                                                                                                                     (US$)



 HELP

 SRL-07/S/NF05                     SHELTER AND NON-FOOD                    Construction, re-use and repair of shelter units            192,700
                                   ITEMS

 Sub total for HELP                                                                                                                    192,700



 ICEI

 SRL-07/A07                        AGRICULTURE                             Support to the IDP’S in Ampara District                     115,591
 Sub total for ICEI                                                                                                                    115,591



 ILO

 SRL-07/ER/I03                     ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND                   Alternative income opportunities to fisher folk             228,260
                                   INFRASTRUCTURE
 SRL-07/ER/I04                     ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND                   Temporary Alternative Income Generation in                  140,120
                                   INFRASTRUCTURE                          Conflict Affected Communities

 SRL-07/ER/I05                     ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND                   Emergency Employment Services for Conflict                  125,000
                                   INFRASTRUCTURE                          Affected Communities

 Sub total for ILO                                                                                                                     493,380



 IOM

 SRL-07/ER/I06                     ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND                   Short-term income recovery for IDPs                         300,000
                                   INFRASTRUCTURE
 SRL-07/H08                        HEALTH                                  Community Health Surveillance, Care and support             300,000
                                                                           of conflict –affected persons in Ampara, Batticaloa,
                                                                           Trincomalee, Killinochchi, Mannar, Vavuniya and
                                                                           Jaffna.

 Sub total for IOM                                                                                                                     600,000



 IRD

 SRL-07/WS06                       WATER AND SANITATION                    Strengthening emergency Water, Sanitation                   215,250
                                                                           Practices & Hygiene in Transitional Camps at
                                                                           Batticaloa & Ampara districts

 Sub total for IRD                                                                                                                     215,250




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updated information on projects, funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                              Table III: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2007
                                                List of Projects - By Appealing Organisation
                                                                as of 8 January 2007
                                                               http://www. reliefweb.int/fts


                             Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by the respective appealing organisation.           Page 4 of 8

 Project Code                      Sector Name                             Sector/Activity                                          Original
                                                                                                                                  Requirements
                                                                                                                                     (US$)



 LJSSS

 SRL-07/P/HR/RL08                  PROTECTION/HUMAN                        Reconciliation and comprehensive social                     223,818
                                   RIGHTS/RULE OF LAW                      development

 Sub total for LJSSS                                                                                                                   223,818



 Muslim Aid

 SRL-07/A08                        AGRICULTURE                             Emergency integrated agriculture/livestock project          110,000
                                                                           in conflict-affected Mutur, Thoppur & Kinniya
                                                                           (Trincomalee District)

 Sub total for Muslim Aid                                                                                                              110,000



 NRC

 SRL-07/E02                        EDUCATION                               Capacity Building of Education in Emergency                 229,000
 SRL-07/P/HR/RL09                  PROTECTION/HUMAN                        Strengthened protection for individuals recently             83,345
                                   RIGHTS/RULE OF LAW                      displaced from the North and East of Sri Lanka

 SRL-07/S/NF06                     SHELTER AND NON-FOOD                    Delivery of IDP Shelter and Camp Care &                     623,000
                                   ITEMS                                   Maintenance and Site Management Coaching in
                                                                           Batticaloa District of Sri Lanka

 Sub total for NRC                                                                                                                     935,345



 NVPF

 SRL-07/P/HR/RL03                  PROTECTION/HUMAN                        Proactive presence for the protection and support of         99,400
                                   RIGHTS/RULE OF LAW                      families and children in armed conflict

 SRL-07/P/HR/RL04                  PROTECTION/HUMAN                        Proactive presence for the protection and support of        101,400
                                   RIGHTS/RULE OF LAW                      IDPs in armed conflict

 Sub total for NVPF                                                                                                                    200,800



 NWMTI

 SRL-07/H03                        HEALTH                                  Promoting community health, and prehospital care            131,400
                                                                           to the displaced persons in Northern Trincomelee
                                                                           District (Tiriyai, Pudawakattu and Pulmudai)

 Sub total for NWMTI                                                                                                                   131,400




The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 8 January 2007. For continuously
updated information on projects, funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                              Table III: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2007
                                                List of Projects - By Appealing Organisation
                                                                as of 8 January 2007
                                                               http://www. reliefweb.int/fts


                             Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by the respective appealing organisation.             Page 5 of 8

 Project Code                      Sector Name                             Sector/Activity                                            Original
                                                                                                                                    Requirements
                                                                                                                                       (US$)



 OCHA

 SRL-07/CSS03                      COORDINATION AND                        Urgent humanitarian interventions support project            2,896,678
                                   SUPPORT SERVICES

 Sub total for OCHA                                                                                                                     2,896,678



 OHCHR

 SRL-07/P/HR/RL05                  PROTECTION/HUMAN                        Strengthened human rights capacity in UN Country              391,500
                                   RIGHTS/RULE OF LAW                      team

 SRL-07/P/HR/RL06                  PROTECTION/HUMAN                        Strengthened human rights monitoring and                       63,000
                                   RIGHTS/RULE OF LAW                      reporting by civil society

 Sub total for OHCHR                                                                                                                     454,500



 OXFAM

 SRL-07/ER/I10                     ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND                   Livelihood protection and empowerment for                     410,000
                                   INFRASTRUCTURE                          internally displaced women and men in the conflict
                                                                           affected districts of Batticaloa, Trincomalee and
                                                                           Killinochi

 SRL-07/WS11                       WATER AND SANITATION                    Safe water and sanitation facilities for IDPs in the          657,000
                                                                           conflict affected districts of Batticaloa, Trincomalee
                                                                           and Killinochi

 Sub total for OXFAM                                                                                                                    1,067,000



 PIN

 SRL-07/ER/I07                     ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND                   Recovery of Livelihoods for returned IDPs                     241,700
                                   INFRASTRUCTURE

 Sub total for PIN                                                                                                                       241,700



 SCiSL

 SRL-07/E03                        EDUCATION                               Children Access Education in Emergencies                      125,000
 SRL-07/E05                        EDUCATION                               Supporting access to quality early learning                   125,000
                                                                           opportunities for displaced and host children
 SRL-07/P/HR/RL10                  PROTECTION/HUMAN                        Child protection in emergency response in Batticola,           80,000
                                   RIGHTS/RULE OF LAW                      Ampara, Trincomalee and Jaffna

 Sub total for SCiSL                                                                                                                     330,000




The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 8 January 2007. For continuously
updated information on projects, funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                              Table III: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2007
                                                List of Projects - By Appealing Organisation
                                                                as of 8 January 2007
                                                               http://www. reliefweb.int/fts


                             Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by the respective appealing organisation.           Page 6 of 8

 Project Code                      Sector Name                             Sector/Activity                                          Original
                                                                                                                                  Requirements
                                                                                                                                     (US$)



 SLF

 SRL-07/E04                        EDUCATION                               A project to support IDP and host community                 472,510
                                                                           children to resume their schooling
 SRL-07/F02                        FOOD                                    Emergency Food Assistance to the recent displaced           412,809
                                                                           and host communities in Jaffna
 SRL-07/H04                        HEALTH                                  Providing basic medical supplies and psychosocial           294,840
                                                                           interventions for IDP & HOST community in Jaffna

 Sub total for SLF                                                                                                                    1,180,159



 SOLIDAR INGO CONSORTIUM

 SRL-07/A09                        AGRICULTURE                             Providing immediate assistance to IDPs and their            173,250
                                                                           host families in the North (Jaffna, Kilinochchi,
                                                                           Vavuniya, Mannar)

 SRL-07/S/NF03                     SHELTER AND NON-FOOD                    NFRI for Jaffna and Kilinochchi                             124,240
                                   ITEMS
 SRL-07/S/NF07                     SHELTER AND NON-FOOD                    IDP Temporary Shelter Support in the Vanni                  267,950
                                   ITEMS
 SRL-07/WS07                       WATER AND SANITATION                    Hygienic Information Project (HIP)                           68,640
 SRL-07/WS08                       WATER AND SANITATION                    Providing WASH services to IDPs in the Vanni                130,000
 Sub total for SOLIDAR INGO CONSORTIUM                                                                                                 764,080



 TDGSA

 SRL-07/WS09                       WATER AND SANITATION                    Construction of toilets for conflict affected people        101,852
 Sub total for TDGSA                                                                                                                   101,852



 UMCOR

 SRL-07/S/NF04                     SHELTER AND NON-FOOD                    Emergency Assistance to IDP Populations Affected            500,000
                                   ITEMS                                   by Military Action

 SRL-07/S/NF08                     SHELTER AND NON-FOOD                    Return Assistance to IDP Populations Affected by           1,600,000
                                   ITEMS                                   Military Action

 SRL-07/S/NF09                     SHELTER AND NON-FOOD                    Planning for Emergency and Development                      505,000
                                   ITEMS

 Sub total for UMCOR                                                                                                                  2,605,000




The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 8 January 2007. For continuously
updated information on projects, funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                              Table III: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2007
                                                List of Projects - By Appealing Organisation
                                                                as of 8 January 2007
                                                               http://www. reliefweb.int/fts


                             Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by the respective appealing organisation.           Page 7 of 8

 Project Code                      Sector Name                             Sector/Activity                                          Original
                                                                                                                                  Requirements
                                                                                                                                     (US$)



 UNDP

 SRL-07/ER/I08                     ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND                   Rebuilding Together Project                                 301,740
                                   INFRASTRUCTURE
 SRL-07/ER/I09                     ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND                   Alternative Livelihood Recovery Project                     347,750
                                   INFRASTRUCTURE

 Sub total for UNDP                                                                                                                    649,490



 UNDSS (previously UNSECOORD)

 SRL-07/S01                        SECURITY                                Security Services                                           624,418
 Sub total for UNDSS (previously UNSECOORD)                                                                                            624,418



 UNFPA

 SRL-07/H05                        HEALTH                                  Safeguarding the Reproductive Health of IDPs                500,000
 Sub total for UNFPA                                                                                                                   500,000



 UNHCR

 SRL-07/P/HR/RL11                  PROTECTION/HUMAN                        Protection, confidence building and stabilisation of       7,056,000
                                   RIGHTS/RULE OF LAW                      newly displaced and other vulnerable population
                                                                           affected by armed conflict

 SRL-07/S/NF01                     SHELTER AND NON-FOOD                    Provision of emergency shelter and NFRIs for IDPs          8,780,705
                                   ITEMS

 Sub total for UNHCR                                                                                                                 15,836,705



 UNICEF

 SRL-07/E01                        EDUCATION                               Emergency Education for Children Affected by                355,600
                                                                           Conflict
 SRL-07/H01                        HEALTH                                  Emergency Nutrition Response                                277,800
 SRL-07/H02                        HEALTH                                  Emergency Health Response                                   222,200
 SRL-07/P/HR/RL01                  PROTECTION/HUMAN                        Protection of children affected by conflict and             333,300
                                   RIGHTS/RULE OF LAW                      displacement

 SRL-07/S/NF02                     SHELTER AND NON-FOOD                    Emergency Non Food Relief Supplies                          400,000
                                   ITEMS
 SRL-07/WS10                       WATER AND SANITATION                    Emergency Water, Sanitation and Hygiene                     555,600
 Sub total for UNICEF                                                                                                                 2,144,500




The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 8 January 2007. For continuously
updated information on projects, funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                              Table III: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2007
                                                List of Projects - By Appealing Organisation
                                                                as of 8 January 2007
                                                               http://www. reliefweb.int/fts


                             Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by the respective appealing organisation.          Page 8 of 8

 Project Code                      Sector Name                             Sector/Activity                                        Original
                                                                                                                                Requirements
                                                                                                                                   (US$)



 WFP

 SRL-07/CSS01                      COORDINATION AND                        Augmentation of Logistics preparedness capacity            264,758
                                   SUPPORT SERVICES
 SRL-07/CSS02                      COORDINATION AND                        Special Operation 10564.0 - Provision of                   615,467
                                   SUPPORT SERVICES                        humanitarian air services in Sri Lanka

 SRL-07/F03                        FOOD                                    Assistance to Vulnerable Groups for Peace Building      22,741,992
                                                                           in Conflict and Tsunami Affected Areas*

 Sub total for WFP                                                                                                                 23,622,217



 WHO

 SRL-07/H06                        HEALTH                                  Ensuring Conflict sensitive delivery of health           1,062,510
                                                                           intervention (Health as a Bridge for Peace)

 Sub total for WHO                                                                                                                  1,062,510



 WV Sri Lanka

 SRL-07/A10                        AGRICULTURE                             Enhanced food production for IDPs and host                 162,000
                                                                           communities in Vanni
 SRL-07/H07                        HEALTH                                  Emergency Health Interventions in IDP Camps and            243,016
                                                                           Host Communities

 Sub total for WV Sri Lanka                                                                                                           405,016



 ZOA Refugee Care

 SRL-07/F04                        FOOD                                    Food Support for Vulnerable People and IDPs in              56,389
                                                                           Jaffna

 Sub total for ZOA Refugee Care                                                                                                        56,389



 Grand Total:                                                                                                                     66,237,244




The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 8 January 2007. For continuously
updated information on projects, funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                                                                               ANNEX I.

      DONOR RESPONSE TO THE 2006 COMMON HUMANITARIAN ACTION PLAN

                                             Table I: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2006
                                     Requirements, Commitments/Contributions and Pledges per Appealing Organisation
                                                                as of 8 January 2007
                                                                           http://www.reliefweb.int/fts

                                     Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by Donors and Appealing Organisations

APPEALING ORGANISATION                                      Original               Revised                Funding            %            Unmet               Uncommitted
                                                          Requirements           Requirements                              Covered     Requirements             Pledges

Values in US$                                                    A                      B                    C               C/B            B-C                   D

ACTED                                                                140,000                140,000                    -       0%                  140,000                    -

ASB                                                                   92,000                 92,000                    -       0%                   92,000                    -

CCF-SL                                                                80,032                 80,032                    -       0%                   80,032                    -

DRC                                                                  292,000                292,000                    -       0%                  292,000                    -

FAO                                                                  850,000                850,000              375,570      44%                  474,430                    -

FCE                                                                  313,550                313,550                    -       0%                  313,550                    -

ILO                                                                  275,000                275,000                    -       0%                  275,000                    -

IOM                                                              2,346,100              2,346,100                512,600      22%             1,833,500                       -

JRS                                                                  150,000                150,000                    -       0%                  150,000                    -

NRC                                                                  415,084                415,084                    -       0%                  415,084                    -

OCHA                                                                 900,000                900,000           1,085,080      100%                 (185,080)                   -

OHCHR                                                                120,232                120,232                    -       0%                  120,232                    -

OXFAM UK                                                             485,002                485,002              633,015     100%                 (148,013)                   -

SCiSL                                                                250,000                250,000                    -       0%                  250,000                    -

SLF                                                                  151,439                151,439                    -       0%                  151,439                    -

SOLIDAR INGO CONSORTIUM                                              157,160                157,160                    -       0%                  157,160                    -

UNDP                                                                 285,000                285,000                    -       0%                  285,000                    -

UNDSS (previously UNSECOORD)                                         191,000                191,000              191,000     100%                         -                   -

UNFPA                                                                500,000                500,000              149,800      30%                  350,200                    -

UNHCR                                                            4,435,556              5,130,000             5,469,930      100%                 (339,930)                   -

UNICEF                                                           2,395,600              2,395,600                375,940      16%             2,019,660                       -

WFP                                                             13,839,729             13,839,729             6,952,397       50%             6,887,332                       -

WHO                                                                  624,000                624,000              540,550      87%                   83,450                    -

WV Sri Lanka                                                         676,800                676,800                    -       0%                  676,800                    -

GRAND TOTAL                                                     29,965,284             30,659,728            16,285,882       53%            14,373,846


NOTE: "Funding" means Contributions + Commitments + Carry-over


Pledge:            a non-binding announcement of an intended contribution or allocation by the donor. ("Uncommitted pledge" on these tables indicates the balance of
                   original pledges not yet committed).

Commitment:        creation of a legal, contractual obligation between the donor and recipient entity, specifying the amount to be contributed.

Contribution:      the actual payment of funds or transfer of in-kind goods from the donor to the recipient entity.




The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 8 January 2007. For continuously updated information on projects,
funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).


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                                           Table II: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2006
                                               Requirements, Commitments/Contributions and Pledges per Sector
                                                                   as of 8 January 2007
                                                                          http://www.reliefweb.int/fts

                                      Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by donors and appealing organisations

SECTOR                                                      Original              Revised                 Funding             %            Unmet               Uncommitted
                                                          Requirements          Requirements                                Covered     Requirements             Pledges


Value in US$                                                     A                      B                     C              C/B                B-C                D

AGRICULTURE                                                          400,000                400,000               375,570      94%                    24,430                  -

COORDINATION AND SUPPORT SERVICES                                3,965,729              3,965,729              2,737,230       69%               1,228,499                    -

ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND INFRASTRUCTURE                             2,001,902              2,001,902                 633,015      32%               1,368,887                    -

EDUCATION                                                        1,134,969              1,134,969                       -       0%               1,134,969                    -

FOOD                                                            11,893,320             11,893,320              5,513,247       46%               6,380,073                    -

HEALTH                                                           2,161,080              2,161,080                 840,150      39%               1,320,930                    -

PROTECTION/HUMAN RIGHTS/RULE OF LAW                              2,828,531              3,120,017              3,166,870      102%                 (46,853)                   -

SECTOR NOT YET SPECIFIED                                                   -                       -           1,455,000        0%              (1,455,000)                   -

SECURITY                                                             191,000                191,000               191,000     100%                         -                  -

SHELTER AND NON-FOOD ITEMS                                       4,256,893              4,659,851              1,224,000       26%               3,435,851                    -

WATER AND SANITATION                                             1,131,860              1,131,860                 149,800      13%                 982,060                    -

GRAND TOTAL                                                     29,965,284             30,659,728            16,285,882        53%              14,373,846                    -

NOTE: "Funding" means Contributions + Commitments + Carry-over

Pledge:          a non-binding announcement of an intended contribution or allocation by the donor. ("Uncommitted pledge" on these tables indicates the balance of original
                 pledges not yet committed).
Commitment:      creation of a legal, contractual obligation between the donor and recipient entity, specifying the amount to be contributed.

Contribution:    the actual payment of funds or transfer of in-kind goods from the donor to the recipient entity.




The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 8 January 2007. For continuously updated information on projects,
funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                                           Table III: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2006
                                                  List of Projects (grouped by sector), with funding status of each
                                                                        as of 8 January 2007
                                                                          http://www.reliefweb.int/fts

                                      Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by Donors and Appealing Organisations.                                  Page 1 of 7

Project Code:                                                     Appealing        Original     Revised              Funding         %        Unmet     Uncommitted
Sector/Activity                                                    Agency        Requirements Requirements                         Covered Requirements   Pledges
Values in US$



AGRICULTURE

SRL-06/A01:
Emergency support for better nutrition through school,      FAO                          400,000          400,000        375,570        94%            24,430                 -
community, home and IDP ‘gardens’ in the north and east and
enhancement of sector coordination

Subtotal for AGRICULTURE                                                                 400,000          400,000        375,570        94%            24,430                 -



COORDINATION AND SUPPORT SERVICES

SRL-06/CSS01:
Transport and Logistical Support for Newly Displaced Persons IOM                         426,000          426,000        213,000        50%           213,000                 -


SRL-06/CSS02:
OCHA Sri Lanka Budget                                           OCHA                     900,000          900,000      1,085,080      121%           (185,080)                -


SRL-06/CSS03:
Augmentation of Logistics preparedness capacity                 WFP                    2,639,729         2,639,729     1,439,150        55%         1,200,579                 -


Subtotal for COORDINATION AND SUPPORT SERVICES                                         3,965,729         3,965,729     2,737,230        69%         1,228,499                 -




The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 8 January 2007. For continuously updated information on projects,
funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                                            Table III: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2006
                                                   List of Projects (grouped by sector), with funding status of each
                                                                         as of 8 January 2007
                                                                          http://www.reliefweb.int/fts

                                       Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by Donors and Appealing Organisations.                                 Page 2 of 7

Project Code:                                                      Appealing       Original     Revised              Funding          %        Unmet     Uncommitted
Sector/Activity                                                     Agency       Requirements Requirements                          Covered Requirements   Pledges
Values in US$



ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND INFRASTRUCTURE

SRL-06/ER/I01:
Coordination and technical assistance in support of               FAO                    450,000          450,000               -        0%           450,000                 -
emergency household food security and agriculture, fisheries
and livestock based livelihood in eight districts in the north
and east.

SRL-06/ER/I02:
Facilitate income generation with the sites to build confidence   FCE                    120,000          120,000               -        0%           120,000                 -
and mitigate the dependency syndrome

SRL-06/ER/I03:
Emergency Employment Services and Livelihood Guidance             ILO                    125,000          125,000               -        0%           125,000                 -
for Internally Displaced People (IDP)

SRL-06/ER/I04:
Skill development for livelihood opportunities for IDPs.          ILO                    150,000          150,000               -        0%           150,000                 -


SRL-06/ER/I05:
Short-Term income generation for newly displaced persons          IOM                    300,000          300,000               -        0%           300,000                 -


SRL-06/ER/I06:
Livelihood protection and empowerment for internally              OXFAM UK               485,002          485,002        633,015      131%          (148,013)                 -
displaced women and men in the conflict affected Batticaloa
district of the Eastern Sri Lanka.

SRL-06/ER/I07:
Providing assistance to IDP families and their host families in   SOLIDAR INGO            53,300           53,300               -        0%            53,300                 -
the Wanni                                                         CONSORTIUM

SRL-06/ER/I08:
Providing assistance to IDP families and their host families in   SOLIDAR INGO            33,600           33,600               -        0%            33,600                 -
Mannar, Puttalam and Vavuniya Districts                           CONSORTIUM

SRL-06/ER/I09:
Rapid Income Generation Initiative (RIGI)                         UNDP                   250,000          250,000               -        0%           250,000                 -


SRL-06/ER/I10:
Early Livelihood Recovery Framework                               UNDP                    35,000           35,000               -        0%            35,000                 -


Subtotal for ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND INFRASTRUCTURE                                      2,001,902         2,001,902       633,015       32%          1,368,887                 -




The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 8 January 2007. For continuously updated information on projects,
funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                                            Table III: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2006
                                                  List of Projects (grouped by sector), with funding status of each
                                                                        as of 8 January 2007
                                                                          http://www.reliefweb.int/fts

                                      Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by Donors and Appealing Organisations.                                  Page 3 of 7

Project Code:                                                     Appealing        Original     Revised               Funding          %        Unmet     Uncommitted
Sector/Activity                                                    Agency        Requirements Requirements                           Covered Requirements   Pledges
Values in US$



EDUCATION

SRL-06/E01:
Integration of IDP children into learning environment           JRS                      150,000           150,000               -       0%           150,000                 -


SRL-06/E02:
Rapid Capacity Building for Education in Emergencies            NRC                      235,000           235,000               -       0%           235,000                 -


SRL-06/E03:
Supporting access to learning opportunities for displaced       SCiSL                    200,000           200,000               -       0%           200,000                 -
children

SRL-06/E04:
Supporting learning space for Children in camps                 SLF                       50,969            50,969               -       0%            50,969                 -


SRL-06/E05:
Emergency Education for conflict affected children              UNICEF                   499,000           499,000               -       0%           499,000                 -


Subtotal for EDUCATION                                                                 1,134,969          1,134,969              -       0%         1,134,969                 -



FOOD

SRL-06/F01:
Emergency food assistance to conflict-affected IDPs             DRC                      292,000           292,000               -       0%           292,000                 -


SRL-06/F02:
Assistance to Vulnerable Groups for Peace Building in Conflict WFP                   11,200,000          11,200,000    5,513,247        49%         5,686,753                 -
and Tsunami Affected Areas_

SRL-06/F03:
Emergency Food and Nutrition Interventions in IDPs Camps        WV Sri Lanka             401,320           401,320               -       0%           401,320                 -


Subtotal for FOOD                                                                    11,893,320          11,893,320    5,513,247        46%         6,380,073                 -




The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 8 January 2007. For continuously updated information on projects,
funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                                           Table III: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2006
                                                 List of Projects (grouped by sector), with funding status of each
                                                                       as of 8 January 2007
                                                                          http://www.reliefweb.int/fts

                                      Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by Donors and Appealing Organisations.                                  Page 4 of 7

Project Code:                                                     Appealing        Original     Revised              Funding          %        Unmet     Uncommitted
Sector/Activity                                                    Agency        Requirements Requirements                          Covered Requirements   Pledges
Values in US$



HEALTH

SRL-06/H01:
Community Health Surveillance and Care Project for the          IOM                      500,000          500,000        149,800        30%           350,200                 -
War-displaced Persons in Ampara, Batticaloa, Trincomalee,
Killinochchi, Mannar, Vavuniya, Gampaha and Colombo
Districts.

SRL-06/H02:
Emergency provision of basic medical supplies and               SLF                       50,000           50,000               -        0%            50,000                 -
psychosocial support.

SRL-06/H03:
Emergency Nutrition Response                                    UNICEF                   166,600          166,600               -        0%           166,600                 -


SRL-06/H04:
Emergency Health                                                UNICEF                   120,000          120,000               -        0%           120,000                 -


SRL-06/H05:
Safeguarding the Reproductive Health of IDPs                    UNFPA                    500,000          500,000        149,800        30%           350,200                 -


SRL-06/H06:
Meeting the immediate public health needs of the conflict       WHO                      624,000          624,000        540,550        87%            83,450                 -
affected population in North East Sri Lanka

SRL-06/H07:
Emergency Health Interventions in IDPs Camps and Host           WV Sri Lanka             200,480          200,480               -        0%           200,480                 -
Communities

Subtotal for HEALTH                                                                    2,161,080         2,161,080       840,150        39%         1,320,930                 -




The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 8 January 2007. For continuously updated information on projects,
funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                                               Table III: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2006
                                                    List of Projects (grouped by sector), with funding status of each
                                                                          as of 8 January 2007
                                                                           http://www.reliefweb.int/fts

                                        Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by Donors and Appealing Organisations.                                Page 5 of 7

Project Code:                                                      Appealing        Original     Revised              Funding         %        Unmet     Uncommitted
Sector/Activity                                                     Agency        Requirements Requirements                         Covered Requirements   Pledges
Values in US$



PROTECTION/HUMAN RIGHTS/RULE OF LAW

SRL-06/P/HR/RL01:
IDP Advice Service in Koralia Pattu (Valaichchenai, Batticaloa) ASB                        45,000           45,000              -        0%            45,000                 -


SRL-06/P/HR/RL02:
Capacity Building of IDPs to Exercise Rights Outlined in          ASB                      12,000           12,000              -        0%            12,000                 -
Guiding Principles for Internal Displacement

SRL-06/P/HR/RL03:
Survey and Advocacy to Identify Host Family and IDP               ASB                      20,000           20,000              -        0%            20,000                 -
Preferences and Needs for Temporary Settlement

SRL-06/P/HR/RL04:
Building Capacity to Transform Disputes Between Host              ASB                      15,000           15,000              -        0%            15,000                 -
Communities and IDPs

SRL-06/P/HR/RL05:
Protection of IDP Children in Conflict Areas                      CCF-SL                   80,032           80,032              -        0%            80,032                 -


SRL-06/P/HR/RL06:
Registration, counter-trafficking and access to legal aid for     IOM                      40,000           40,000              -        0%            40,000                 -
recently displaced IDPs

SRL-06/P/HR/RL07:
Strengthened Protection for individuals recently displaced        NRC                      80,084           80,084              -        0%            80,084                 -
from the North and East of Sri Lanka

SRL-06/P/HR/RL08:
Human Rights Capacity and Human Rights Related Initiatives        OHCHR                   120,232          120,232              -        0%           120,232                 -


SRL-06/P/HR/RL09:
Child Protection in Emergency Response                            SCiSL                    50,000           50,000              -        0%            50,000                 -


SRL-06/P/HR/RL10:
Facilitating positive host family – IDP family relationships in   SOLIDAR INGO               9,400           9,400              -        0%              9,400                -
Mannar, Anuradhapura, Puttalam and Vavuniya Districts             CONSORTIUM


SRL-06/P/HR/RL11:
Protection of children affected by conflict and displacement      UNICEF                  420,000          420,000       375,940        90%            44,060                 -


SRL-06/P/HR/RL12:
Basic protection and monitoring of IDPs, and enhancement          UNHCR                 1,861,783         2,153,269    2,790,930      130%           (637,661)                -
of their access to national protection mechanisms through
confidence building and stabilisation measures


SRL-06/P/HR/RL13:
Child Protection Programme for Conflict Affected Children         WV Sri Lanka             75,000           75,000              -        0%            75,000                 -


Subtotal for PROTECTION/HUMAN RIGHTS/RULE OF LAW                                        2,828,531         3,120,017    3,166,870      102%            (46,853)                -



SECTOR NOT YET SPECIFIED

SRL-06/UNHCR:
Awaiting allocation to specific sector/project                    UNHCR                           -               -    1,455,000         0%        (1,455,000)                -


Subtotal for SECTOR NOT YET SPECIFIED                                                             -               -    1,455,000         0%        (1,455,000)                -



The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 8 January 2007. For continuously updated information on projects,
funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                                            Table III: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2006
                                                  List of Projects (grouped by sector), with funding status of each
                                                                        as of 8 January 2007
                                                                          http://www.reliefweb.int/fts

                                      Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by Donors and Appealing Organisations.                                  Page 6 of 7

Project Code:                                                     Appealing        Original     Revised              Funding          %        Unmet     Uncommitted
Sector/Activity                                                    Agency        Requirements Requirements                          Covered Requirements   Pledges
Values in US$



SECURITY

SRL-06/S01:
Security services                                               UNDSS                    191,000          191,000        191,000      100%                    -               -
                                                                (previously
                                                                UNSECOORD)

Subtotal for SECURITY                                                                    191,000          191,000        191,000      100%                    -               -



SHELTER AND NON-FOOD ITEMS

SRL-06/S/NF01:
Distribution of Basic NFIs to the displaced persons in the      FCE                       37,050           37,050               -        0%            37,050                 -
North-East

SRL-06/S/NF02:
Administrate Coordinate, Guide and Monitor to meet the          FCE                      156,500          156,500               -        0%           156,500                 -
immediate basic needs of those we seek to assist.

SRL-06/S/NF03:
Meeting basic shelter needs of recently displaced IDPs          IOM                      780,100          780,100               -        0%           780,100                 -


SRL-06/S/NF04:
Delivery of Site Management Training for Families Recently      NRC                      100,000          100,000               -        0%           100,000                 -
Displaced from the North and East of Sri Lanka


SRL-06/S/NF05:
Address the needs of basic NFRI for the Emergency               SLF                       50,470           50,470               -        0%            50,470                 -
displaced

SRL-06/S/NF06:
NFRI Assistance to IDPs in Kantale & Mutur                      SOLIDAR INGO              20,000           20,000               -        0%            20,000                 -
                                                                CONSORTIUM

SRL-06/S/NF07:
Site Management & Infrastructure Assistance to IDPs in          SOLIDAR INGO                9,000           9,000               -        0%              9,000                -
Kantale & Mutur                                                 CONSORTIUM

SRL-06/S/NF08:
Emergency Non Food Relief Supplies                              UNICEF                   530,000          530,000               -        0%           530,000                 -


SRL-06/S/NF09:
Provision of emergency shelter and non-food items to            UNHCR                  2,573,773         2,976,731     1,224,000        41%         1,752,731                 -
displaced population

Subtotal for SHELTER AND NON-FOOD ITEMS                                                4,256,893         4,659,851     1,224,000        26%         3,435,851                 -




The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 8 January 2007. For continuously updated information on projects,
funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                                            Table III: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2006
                                                  List of Projects (grouped by sector), with funding status of each
                                                                        as of 8 January 2007
                                                                           http://www.reliefweb.int/fts

                                      Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by Donors and Appealing Organisations.                                  Page 7 of 7

Project Code:                                                      Appealing        Original     Revised               Funding          %        Unmet     Uncommitted
Sector/Activity                                                     Agency        Requirements Requirements                           Covered Requirements   Pledges
Values in US$



WATER AND SANITATION

SRL-06/WS01:
Emergency Sanitation Response to Conflict IDPs in Mankerni       ACTED                    140,000           140,000               -       0%          140,000                 -
and Kandalady, Vaharai division, Northern Batticaloa District


SRL-06/WS02:
Meeting basic needs of recently displaced IDPs                   IOM                      300,000           300,000       149,800        50%          150,200                 -


SRL-06/WS03:
Hygienic Information Project (HIP)                               SOLIDAR INGO              31,860            31,860               -       0%           31,860                 -
                                                                 CONSORTIUM

SRL-06/WS04:
Emergency Water, Sanitation and Hygiene                          UNICEF                   660,000           660,000               -       0%          660,000                 -


Subtotal for WATER AND SANITATION                                                       1,131,860          1,131,860      149,800        13%          982,060                 -




Grand Total                                                                           29,965,284          30,659,728   16,285,882        53%       14,373,846                 -


NOTE: "Funding" means Contributions + Commitments + Carry-over

Pledge:           a non-binding announcement of an intended contribution or allocation by the donor. ("Uncommitted pledge" on these tables indicates the balance of original
                  pledges not yet committed).

Commitment:       creation of a legal, contractual obligation between the donor and recipient entity, specifying the amount to be contributed.

Contribution:     the actual payment of funds or transfer of in-kind goods from the donor to the recipient entity.




The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 8 January 2007. For continuously updated information on projects,
funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                                           Table IV: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2006
                                    List of commitments/contributions and pledges to projects listed in the Plan, by Donor
                                                                    as of 8 January 2007
                                                                         http://www.reliefweb.int/fts

                                     Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by Donors and Appealing Organisations.                                   Page 1 of 2

Channel                      Project Code                Description                                                                             Funding        Uncommitted
                                                                                                                                                                  Pledges
Values in US$




Australia

UNICEF                       SRL-06/P/HR/RL11            Humanitarian assistance to women and children in Sri Lanka (SM060325)                       375,940                  -

Subtotal for Australia                                                                                                                               375,940                  -



Canada

OCHA                         SRL-06/CSS02                Support OCHA´s activities within the 2006 Appeal for Sri Lanka                                88,106                 -

Subtotal for Canada                                                                                                                                    88,106                 -



Central Emergency Response Fund

FAO                          SRL-06/A01                  CERF allocation to project                                                                  375,570                  -

IOM                          SRL-06/CSS01                CERF allocation to project                                                                  213,000                  -

IOM                          SRL-06/H01                  CERF allocation to project                                                                  149,800                  -

IOM                          SRL-06/WS02                 CERF allocation to project                                                                  149,800                  -

UNDSS (previously            SRL-06/S01                  CERF allocation to project                                                                  191,000                  -
UNSECOORD)
UNFPA                        SRL-06/H05                  CERF allocation to project                                                                  149,800                  -

UNHCR                        SRL-06/P/HR/RL12            CERF allocation to project                                                                  647,000                  -

UNHCR                        SRL-06/S/NF09               CERF allocation to project                                                                1,224,000                  -

WFP                          SRL-06/CSS03                CERF allocation to project                                                                1,439,150                  -

WFP                          SRL-06/F02                  CERF allocation to project                                                                3,840,985                  -

WHO                          SRL-06/H06                  CERF allocation to project                                                                  540,550                  -

Subtotal for Central Emergency Response Fund                                                                                                       8,920,655                  -



European Commission Humanitarian Aid Office

OCHA                         SRL-06/CSS02                OCHA Sri Lanka Budget - Ensure enhanced inter-agency coordination                           254,453                  -
                                                         (preparedness and delivery) by supporting the UN Office for the Coordination of
                                                         Humanitarian Affairs(ECHO/LKA/BUD/2006/01003)
OXFAM UK                     SRL-06/ER/I06               Livelihood protection and empowerment for internally displaced women and men                633,015                  -
                                                         in the conflict affected Batticaloa district of the Eastern Sri Lanka.
                                                         (ECHO/LKA/BUD/2006/01010)
UNHCR                        SRL-06/P/HR/RL12            National protection and assistance for newly internally displaced persons (IDPs),         1,272,265                  -
                                                         returnees from India and relocated families. (ECHO/LKA/BUD/2006/01007)


WFP                          SRL-06/F02                  Emergency food assistance to conflict affected populations and augmentation of              634,518                  -
                                                         logistical response preparedness capacity (ECHO/-SA/BUD/2006/01002 - 50% of
                                                         orig commitment of Euro 1 million)
WFP                          SRL-06/F02                  Food aid (ECHO/-SA/BUD/2006/01002- 50% of orig. commitment of Euro 1                        634,518                  -
                                                         million))

Subtotal for European Commission Humanitarian Aid Office                                                                                           3,428,769                  -




* Value of contribution not specified
** Estimated value

The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 8 January 2007. For continuously updated information on projects,
funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                                           Table IV: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2006
                                    List of commitments/contributions and pledges to projects listed in the Plan, by Donor
                                                                    as of 8 January 2007
                                                                          http://www.reliefweb.int/fts

                                     Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by Donors and Appealing Organisations.                                   Page 2 of 2

Channel                      Project Code                 Description                                                                            Funding       Uncommitted
                                                                                                                                                                 Pledges
Values in US$




Germany

UNHCR                        SRL-06/P/HR/RL12             Basic protection and monitoring of IDPs, and enhancement of their access to                177,665                  -
                                                          national protection mechanisms through confidence building and stabilisation
                                                          measures

Subtotal for Germany                                                                                                                                 177,665                  -



Ireland

OCHA                         SRL-06/CSS02                 Humanitarian coordination programme                                                        256,410                  -

Subtotal for Ireland                                                                                                                                 256,410                  -



Netherlands

UNHCR                        SRL-06/UNHCR                 to be allocated to specific sector/project                                               1,205,000                  -

Subtotal for Netherlands                                                                                                                           1,205,000                  -



Sweden

OCHA                         SRL-06/CSS02                 Overall coordination                                                                       486,111                  -

UNHCR                        SRL-06/P/HR/RL12             Provide basic protection coverage to the IDPs in displacement including the right          694,000                  -
                                                          to freedom of movement.

Subtotal for Sweden                                                                                                                                1,180,111                  -



Switzerland

WFP                          SRL-06/F02                   PRRP 10067 1: Assistance to vulnerable groups for peace building in conflict and           403,226                  -
                                                          tsunami affected areas

Subtotal for Switzerland                                                                                                                             403,226                  -



United Kingdom

UNHCR                        SRL-06/UNHCR                 to be allocated to specific project                                                        250,000                  -

Subtotal for United Kingdom                                                                                                                          250,000                  -




Grand Total                                                                                                                                     16,285,882                    0

NOTE: "Funding" means Contributions + Commitments

Pledge:          a non-binding announcement of an intended contribution or allocation by the donor. ("Uncommitted pledge" on these tables indicates the balance of
                 original pledges not yet committed).

Commitment:      creation of a legal, contractual obligation between the donor and recipient entity, specifying the amount to be contributed.

Contribution:    the actual payment of funds or transfer of in-kind goods from the donor to the recipient entity.




* Value of contribution not specified
** Estimated value

The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 8 January 2007. For continuously updated information on projects,
funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                                         Table V: Sri Lanka Common Humanitarian Action Plan 2006
                                 Total Funding per Donor (to projects listed in the Plan) (carry-over not included)
                                                                           as of 8 January 2007
                                                                          http://www.reliefweb.int/fts


                                     Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by Donors and Appealing Organisations

Donor                                                                                                          Funding                  % of             Uncommitted
                                                                                                                 US$                 Grand Total           Pledges

Values in US$

Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF)                                                                                8,920,655                 54.8 %                        -

European Commission (ECHO)                                                                                            3,428,769                 21.1 %                        -

Netherlands                                                                                                           1,205,000                  7.4 %                        -

Sweden                                                                                                                1,180,111                  7.2 %                        -

Switzerland                                                                                                            403,226                   2.5 %                        -

Australia                                                                                                              375,940                   2.3 %                        -

Ireland                                                                                                                256,410                   1.6 %                        -

United Kingdom                                                                                                         250,000                   1.5 %                        -

Germany                                                                                                                177,665                   1.1 %                        -

Canada                                                                                                                   88,106                  0.5 %                        -

Grand Total                                                                                                         16,285,882             100.0 %                            -


NOTE: "Funding" means Contributions + Commitments

Pledge:          a non-binding announcement of an intended contribution or allocation by the donor. ("Uncommitted pledge" on these tables indicates the balance of
                 original pledges not yet committed).
Commitment:      creation of a legal, contractual obligation between the donor and recipient entity, specifying the amount to be contributed.

Contribution:    the actual payment of funds or transfer of in-kind goods from the donor to the recipient entity.




* includes contributions to the Consolidated Appeal and additional contributions outside of the Consolidated Appeal Process (bilateral, Red Cross, etc...)

The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 8 January 2007. For continuously updated information on projects,
funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                                              Table VI: Other Humanitarian Funding to Sri Lanka 2006
                                        List of commitments/contributions and pledges to projects not listed in the Appeal
                                                                      as of 8 January 20 07
                                                                           http://www.reliefweb.int/fts


                                     Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by Donors and Appealing Organisations.                                 Page 1 of 5

Channel                                     Description                                                                                         Funding        Uncommitted
                                                                                                                                                                 Pledges
Values in US$



Australia
UNICEF                                      Humanitarian assistance to women and children in Sri Lanka. Allocation not yet available.              1,908,400                  -

Subtotal for Australia                                                                                                                             1,908,400                  -



Canada
ICRC                                        ICRC Budget extension for Sri Lanka (4160-LK-M012394)                                                    630,631                  -

UNHCR                                       to be allocated to specific sector/project (4160-LK-M012395)                                             225,225                  -

Subtotal for Canada                                                                                                                                  855,856                  -



Central Emergency Response Fund
UNHCR                                       CERF allocation to project                                                                               710,000                  -

Subtotal for Central Emergency Response Fund                                                                                                         710,000                  -



Czech Republic
CARITAS                                     Health and medical, shelter                                                                               84,522                  -

Subtotal for Czech Republic                                                                                                                           84,522                  -



Denmark
Danchurchaid                                Emergency aid for IDPs in eastern and northern Sri Lanka 2006                                            364,039                  -

DRC                                         IDP/refugee integrated livelihood rehabilitation and protection programme 2006                           793,185                  -

DRC                                         Support to IDPs in Sri Lanka                                                                           1,600,922                  -

ILO                                         Danish contribution to ILO´s 4R initiative in Sri Lanka for 2006. (46.SriLanka.5.b.1.)                   285,885                  -

UNDP                                        Danish contribution to UNDP´s 4R initiative in Sri Lanka 2006. (46.SriLanka.5.b.1.)                      714,712                  -

UNHCR                                       Contribution to UNHCR´s 4R initiative in Sri Lanka                                                       327,368                  -

UNICEF                                      Danish contribution to UNICEFs 4R initiative in Sri Lanka 2004-2006. Extraordinary humanitarian        1,059,648                  -
                                            contribution and aid to refugees and internally displaced persons in areas of origin- Also as a
                                            consequence of the Tsunami.(2006 installment) [104.Sri Lanka.25-6]

Subtotal for Denmark                                                                                                                               5,145,759                  -




* Value of contribution not specified
** Estimated value


The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 8 January 2007. For continuously updated information on projects,
funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                                              Table VI: Other Humanitarian Funding to Sri Lanka 2006
                                        List of commitments/contributions and pledges to projects not listed in the Appeal
                                                                      as of 8 January 2007
                                                                          http://www.reliefweb.int/fts


                                     Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by Donors and Appealing Organisations.                                  Page 2 of 5

Channel                                     Description                                                                                         Funding         Uncommitted
                                                                                                                                                                  Pledges
Values in US$



European Commission Humanitarian Aid Office
ACTED                                                                                                            f
                                            Rehabilitation and provision of basic living conditions in conflict afected villages - Batticaloa        637,755                  -
                                            District (ECHO/LKA/BUD/2006/01008)

DRC                                         IDP Resettlement/Relocation and emergency assistance project (ECHO/LKA/BUD/2006/01011)                   508,906                  -

GAA (DWH)                                                                                                      le
                                            Support of the resettlement/relocation of Internally Displaced Peop and Refugees in Vavuniya           1,275,510                  -
                                            and Mannar districts (ECHO/LKA/BUD/2006/01002)
HI/France                                   Support for disabled in post tsunami and conflict affected areas in Eastern Sri Lanka                    637,755                  -
                                            (ECHO/LKA/BUD/2006/01001)
ICRC                                        ICRC protection and assistance activities in Sri Lanka                                                   641,026                  -
                                            (ECHO/LKA/BUD/2006/01005)
NRC                                         Strengthening the protection of IDPs in the North and East of Sri Lanka                                  512,383                  -
                                            (ECHO/LKA/BUD/2006/01009)
SC - UK                                     ECHO SCiSL IDP assistance programme 2006                                                                 415,454                  -
                                            (ECHO/LKA/BUD/2006/01004)
UN Agencies, NGOs and Red Cross             Emergency humanitarian aid for the people affected by the internal conflict in Sri Lanka and for                -      4,695,431
                                            the Sri Lankan refugees living in Tamil Nadu [ECHO/-SA/BUD/2006/01000-uncommitted
                                            balance]
UN Agencies, NGOs and Red Cross             Humanitarian aid for people displaced by the conflict in Sri Lanka [ECHO/LKA/BUD/2006/01000-                    -      1,480,838
                                            Unallocated balance]
ZOA Refugee Care                            Post-war resettlement and rehabilitation project (ECHO/LKA/BUD/2006/01006)                               641,013                  -

Subtotal for European Commission Humanitarian Aid Office                                                                                           5,269,802       6,176,269



Germany
GAA (DWH)                                   Food aid for IDPs                                                                                        292,621                  -

GTZ                                         Development oriented emergency and transitional aid                                                      790,514                  -

ICRC                                        Assistance and protection activities                                                                     256,410                  -

Subtotal for Germany                                                                                                                               1,339,545                  -



Netherlands
ICRC                                        Emergency aid for conflict affected population                                                         1,269,036                  -

Subtotal for Netherlands                                                                                                                           1,269,036                  -




* Value of contribution not specified
** Estimated value


The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 8 January 2007. For continuously updated information on projects,
funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                                              Table VI: Other Humanitarian Funding to Sri Lanka 2006
                                        List of commitments/contributions and pledges to projects not listed in the Appeal
                                                                      as of 8 January 200 7
                                                                          http://www.reliefweb.int/fts


                                     Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by Donors and Appealing Organisations.                                   Page 3 of 5

Channel                                     Description                                                                                            Funding       Uncommitted
                                                                                                                                                                   Pledges
Values in US$



Norway
Diverse                                     Communities trust fund for IDFs (LKA 1060423)                                                             275,081                 -

Diverse                                     Humanitarian support for war affected people (LKA 1060427)                                                177,994                 -

Diverse                                     Immediate relief for Mutar IDFs                                                                           194,175                 -
                                            (LKA 1060428)
FORUT                                       Emergency support to IDPs in Vanni (LKA 1060171 )                                                         143,823                 -

Norway RC                                   ICRC appeal - Response to new emergencies (LKA 1060422)                                                   809,061                 -

NPA                                         Mine action assistance (LKA 1060273)                                                                     2,618,658                -

NPA                                         NPA SLA mine action cooperation (LKA 1060279)                                                             222,930                 -

UNHCR                                       to be allocated to specific project                                                                       772,798                 -

Various                                     Demining in Vavuniya, Trinkomalee and Mannar (LKA 1060047)                                               1,283,186                -

Subtotal for Norway                                                                                                                                  6,497,706                -



Portugal
Bilateral                                   Rehabilitation of infrastructures after the Tsunami. Construction of 1 Pre-school; rehabilitation of     1,263,868                -
                                            1 hospital; Provision of basic assistance to Burgher families

Subtotal for Portugal                                                                                                                                1,263,868                -



Saudi Arabia (Kingdom of)
Bilateral                                   Humanitarian assistance consisting of 140 tons of foodstuffs, relief and medical supplies                1,052,891                -

Subtotal for Saudi Arabia (Kingdom of)                                                                                                               1,052,891                -



Sweden
Diakonia, Sweden                            Emergency assistance to displacement due to worsening security situation in north/east                    108,370                 -

ICRC                                        Humanitarian support to cilians                                                                           684,213                 -

OHCHR                                       Humanitarian assistance                                                                                   486,111                 -

PMU-I                                       Humanitarian support to civil people affected by the war                                                  136,997                 -

SRSA                                        Water and sanitation expert                                                                                65,050                 -

Subtotal for Sweden                                                                                                                                  1,480,741                -




* Value of contribution not specified
** Estimated value


The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 8 January 2007. For continuously updated informationon projects,
funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                                              Table VI: Other Humanitarian Funding to Sri Lanka 2006
                                        List of commitments/contributions and pledges to projects not listed in the Appeal
                                                                      as of 8 January 2007
                                                                          http://www.reliefweb.int/fts


                                     Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by Donors and Appealing Organisations.                                 Page 4 of 5

Channel                                     Description                                                                                         Funding        Uncommitted
                                                                                                                                                                 Pledges
Values in US$



Switzerland
                                            Admin. Credit SCO Colombo 2006                                                                          841,085                  -

Bilateral                                   Personnel                                                                                               232,558                  -

Bilateral                                   Sri Sumangala Girl School B.M.V. Matara (7F-04713.01)                                                   211,538                  -

Kobü                                        Sumagala girlschool.                                                                                    159,504                  -

SAD                                         Social and ethnic integration of fun and sports in Sri Lanka                                            117,424                  -

SDC/SHA                                     Admin. credit field office Jaffna                                                                       461,832                  -

SDC/SHA                                     External evaluation: cash for repair and reconstruction                                                  20,161                  -

SDC/SHA                                     Facilitator for joint swiss medium term plan                                                             21,774                  -

SDC/SHA                                     School rehabilitation and construction                                                                  548,780                  -

SDC/SHA                                     School rehabilitation and reconstruction                                                                951,220                  -

SDC/SHA                                     Sports material for 17 schools in Matara                                                                   9,091                 -

SDC/SHA                                     Sumangala girls schoo, Weligama                                                                         506,612                  -

SDC/SHA                                     Temporary class rooms                                                                                    21,951                  -

UNHCR                                       Secondment - SHA site planner                                                                            41,463                  -

WFP                                         WFP secondment air transport officer                                                                     42,975                  -

Subtotal for Switzerland                                                                                                                          4,187,968                  -



UNICEF National Committee/Denmark
UNICEF                                      Tsunami emergency in Sri Lanka (SM039906)                                                               222,488                  -

Subtotal for UNICEF National Committee/Denmark                                                                                                      222,488                  -



UNICEF National Committee/Germany
UNICEF                                      School rehabilitation related to the tsunami emergency (SM053094)                                     9,901,254                  -

Subtotal for UNICEF National Committee/Germany                                                                                                    9,901,254                  -



UNICEF National Committee/Hong Kong
UNICEF                                      School reconstruction programme in tsunami affected areas (SM060296)                                    549,980                  -

Subtotal for UNICEF National Committee/Hong Kong                                                                                                    549,980                  -



UNICEF National Committee/Switzerland
UNICEF                                      School rehabilitation in tsunami affected areas (SM053312)                                              443,548                  -

Subtotal for UNICEF National Committee/Switzerland                                                                                                  443,548                  -




* Value of contribution not specified
** Estimated value


                                                                                                                               ntinuously updated information on projects,
The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 8 January 2007. For co
funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                                              Table VI: Other Humanitarian Funding to Sri Lanka 2006
                                        List of commitments/contributions and pledges to projects not listed in the Appeal
                                                                      as of 8 January 2007
                                                                         http://www.reliefweb.int/fts


                                     Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by Donors and Appealing Organisations.                                 Page 5 of 5

Channel                                     Description                                                                                         Funding       Uncommitted
                                                                                                                                                                Pledges
Values in US$



United Kingdom
UNICEF                                      UNICEF coordination in Sri Lanka (SM060326)                                                             250,000                  -

Subtotal for United Kingdom                                                                                                                         250,000                  -



Grand Total                                                                                                                                    42,433,364       6,176,269


NOTE: "Funding" means Contributions + Commitments
Pledge:                                                                                                                    n
            a non-binding announcement of an intended contribution or allocation by the donor. ("Uncommitted pledge" o these tables indicates the balance of original
            pledges not yet committed).
Commitment: creation of a legal, contractual obligation between the donor and recipient entity, specifying the amount to be contributed.

Contribution:   the actual payment of funds or transfer of in-kind goods from the donor to the recipient entity.




* Value of contribution not specified
** Estimated value


The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 8 January2007. For continuously updated information on projects,
funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                                                          Table VII: Sri Lanka 2006
                              Total Humanitarian Assistance per Donor (CHAP plus other*)(carry-over not included)
                                                                            as of 8 January 2007
                                                                           http://www.reliefweb.int/fts

                                         Compiled by OCHA on the basis of information provided by Donors and Appealing Organisations

 Donor                                                                                                          Funding                % of                  Uncommitted
                                                                                                                                    Grand Total                Pledges

 Values in US$

 Private (individuals & organisations)                                                                                11,117,270             18.9 %                            -
 Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF)                                                                                9,630,655             16.4 %                            -
 European Commission (ECHO)                                                                                            8,698,571             14.8 %                6,176,269
 Norway                                                                                                                6,497,706             11.1 %                            -
 Denmark                                                                                                               5,145,759              8.8 %                            -
 Switzerland                                                                                                           4,591,194              7.8 %                            -
 Sweden                                                                                                                2,660,852              4.5 %                            -
 Netherlands                                                                                                           2,474,036              4.2 %                            -
 Australia                                                                                                             2,284,340              3.9 %                            -
 Germany                                                                                                               1,517,210              2.6 %                            -
 Portugal                                                                                                              1,263,868              2.2 %                            -
 Saudi Arabia                                                                                                          1,052,891              1.8 %                            -
 Canada                                                                                                                 943,962               1.6 %                            -
 United Kingdom                                                                                                         500,000               0.9 %                            -
 Ireland                                                                                                                256,410               0.4 %                            -
 Czech Republic                                                                                                           84,522              0.1 %                            -

 Grand Total                                                                                                         58,719,246           100.0 %                6,176,269

 NOTE: "Funding" means Contributions + Commitments

 Pledge:          a non-binding announcement of an intended contribution or allocation by the donor. ("Uncommitted pledge" on these tables indicates the balance of
                  original pledges not yet committed).
 Commitment: creation of a legal, contractual obligation between the donor and recipient entity, specifying the amount to be contributed.

 Contribution:    the actual payment of funds or transfer of in-kind goods from the donor to the recipient entity.




* includes contributions to the Consolidated Appeal and additional contributions outside of the Consolidated Appeal Process (bilateral, Red Cross, etc...)

 The list of projects and the figures for their funding requirements in this document are a snapshot as of 8 January 2007. For continuously updated information on projects,
 funding requirements, and contributions to date, visit the Financial Tracking Service (www.reliefweb.int/fts).




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                            ANNEX II.
                   ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS
ACF      Action Contre la Faim
ACTED    Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development
AHAM     Trincomalee District Youth Development Organization
AN       Arche Nova
ASB      Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund Deutschland
ASD      Advisory Services Department
ASIA     Associazione per la Solidarieta Internazionale in Asia
ASM      Assembly of Social Mobilisation

CAid     Christian Aid
CARE     Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere
CASP     Canadian Agro – Sustainability Partnership
CBO      Community-Based Organization
CBSM     Confidence-building and stabilisations measures
CCF-SL   Christian Children’s Fund - Sri Lanka
CCHA     Consultative Committee on Humanitarian Assistance
CERF     Central Emergency Response Fund
CFA      Cease-Fire Agreement
CH       Child Health
CHA      Consortium of Humanitarian Agencies
CHAP     Common Humanitarian Action Plan
COHRE    Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions
CPA      Centre for Policy Alternatives
CT       Country Team
CWD      Centre for Women & Development

DoA      Department of Agriculture
DAHP     Department of Animal Health and Production
DFAR     Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources
DPDHS    Deputy Provincial Director of Health Services
DRC      Danish Refugee Council
DS       Divisional Secretariat

ECCD     Early Childhood Care & Development
ECDC     Early Childhood Development Centres
ECE      Early Childhood Education
ECHO     European Community Humanitarian Aid Office
EFFORD   Eastern Forum For Resources Development
EMS      Emergency Medical Services
ERO      Eastern Rehabilitation Organisation
ESCO     Eastern Self-Alliant Community Awakening Organisation
EUDA     Eachchilampattu United Development Association

FAO      Food and Agriculture Organization
FCE      Foundation for Coexistence
FTS      Financial Tracking Service

GA       Government Agent
GAA      German Agro Action
GBV      Gender Based Violence
GN       Grama Niladhari
GO       Government Organisation
GoSL     Government of Sri Lanka
GS       Grama Sewaka
GTZ      German Development Cooperation
GUS      Gruppo Umana Solidarieta [Human Solidarity Group]

HC       Humanitarian Coordinator
HELP     Help from Germany
HH       Household
HHR      Home for Human Rights
HHS      Household Survey
HIP      Hygienic Information Project


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HIV         Human Immunodeficiency Virus
HQ          Headquarters
HR          Human Rights
HRC         Human Rights Commission
HRD         Human Rights Defender
HUDEC       Human Development Centre

IASC        Inter-Agency Standing Committee
IASC CT     Inter-Agency Standing Committee Country Team
ICEI        Instituto Cooperazione Economica Internazionale
ICRC        International Committee of the Red Cross
IDP         Internally Displaced Person
IEC         Information, Education & Communication
IFRC        International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
IHR         Institute of Human Rights
ILO         International Labour Organization
ILO/IRTAP   International Labour Organization / Income Recovery Technical Assistance Programme
INEE        International Network for Education in Emergencies
INFORM      Information Monitor
INGO        International Non-Governmental Organisation
IOM         International Organization for Migration
IRD         International Relief and Development

JRS         Jesuit Refugee Services
JSAC        Jaffna Social Action Centre

LAC         Legal Aid Commission
LJSSS       Lanka Jatika Sarvodaya Shramadana Sangamaya
LNGO        Local Non Governmental Organisation
LTTE        Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam

MASL        Muslim Aid Sri Lanka
MCNS        Media Centre National Security
MDMHR       Ministry of Disaster Management and Human Rights
MERLIN      Medical Emergency Relief International
MIC         Muslim Information Centre
MLE         Mediated Learning Experience
MNBD        Ministry of Nation Building & Development
MoA         Ministry of Agriculture
MoD         Ministry of Defence
MoE         Ministry of Education
MOH         Medical Officer of Health
MoH         Ministry of Health
MOSS        Minimum Operating Security Standards

NCVC        National Centre for Victims of Crime
NE          North-East
NFI         Non-Food Item(s)
NFRI        Non-Food Relief Item(s)
NGO         Non-Governmental Organisation
NPA         Norwegian People’s Aid
NRC         Norwegian Refugee Council
NVPF        Non-Violent Peace Force
NWMTI-SL    Northwest Medical Teams Int. – Sri Lanka
NWSDB       National Water Supply and Drainage Board

OCHA        Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
ODOC        Other Direct Operational Costs
OFDA        (United States) Office for Foreign Disaster Assistance
OfERR       Organisation for Eelam Refugees Rehabilitation
OHCHR       Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights

PCA         Peace & Community Action
PHI         Public Health Inspectors
PIN         People in Need
PRRO        Protracted Relief and Recovery Operation

QIP         Quick Impact Projects


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RDF            Rural Development Foundation
RH             Reproductive Health
RTI            Reproductive Tract Infection(s)

SAH            Schweizer Arbeiterhilfswerk [SOLIDAR Consortium]
SCC            Shelter Coordination Cell
SCF            Save the Children Fund
SCiSL          Save the Children in Sri Lanka
SEDEC          Social Economic Development Centre
SGBV           Sexual and Gender-Based Violence
SIDA           Swedish International Development Agency
SLF            Sewalanka Foundation
SLMM           Sri Lanka Monitoring Mission
SLRCS          Sri Lanka Red Cross Society
SOLIDAR        Solidar INGO Consortium (ASB, NPA, SAH)
SPHERE         Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Disaster Response
SPI            Sub-Committee on Political Issues
Sri Lanka RC   Sri Lanka Red Cross
STI            Sexually Transmitted Infection

TDGSA          Trincomalee District Gandhi Sevai Association
TDH            Terre des Hommes – Lausanne
TG             Target Group
TRRO           The Refugees Rehabilitation Organisation

UMCOR          United Methodist Committee on Relief
UN             United Nations
UNDP           United Nations Development Programme
UNDSS          United Nations Department of Safety and Security
UNFPA          United Nations Population Fund
UNHAS          United Nations Humanitarian Air Service
UNHC           United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator
UNHCR          United Nations High Commission for Refugees
UNICEF         United Nations International Children’s Fund
UXO            Unexploded Ordnance

VBDC           Vector-Borne Disease Control
VOVCOD         Voluntary Organisation for Vulnerable Community Development

WACCO          Women & Child Care Organisation
WASH           Water and Environmental Sanitation Hygiene
WFP            World Food Programme
WHO            World Health Organization
WV             World Vision
WVL            World Vision Lanka

ZOA            Zoa Refugee Care – Netherlands




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                                   ANNEX III.
                         IASC COUNTRY TEAM IN SRI LANKA
                                   Chaired by the UN RC/HC
                 Comprised of the executive heads of the following organisations.

                                         Full Members
                                  1      FAO
                                  2      OCHA
                                  3      UNDP
                                  4      UNFPA
                                  5      UNHCR
                                  6      UNICEF
                                  7      WFP
                                  8      WHO

                                 Standing Invitees In Sri Lanka
                                  9    ICRC
                                  10   IFRC
                                  11   IOM
                                  12   WORLD BANK
                                  13   OHCHR
                                  14   CHA
                                  15   FCE
                                  16   SARVODAYA
                                  17   SEWA LANKA
                                  18   OXFAM
                                  19   NRC
                                  20   CARE
                                  21   WORLD VISION
                                  22   ACF
                                  23   ZOA
                                  24   SOLIDAR
                                  25   SAVE THE CHILDREN
                                  26   MERLIN

Standing invitee with observer status: representative of the Bilateral Donor Group, by rotation
                          (at present the Head of ECHO Sri Lanka).


                        OCHA serves as the secretariat of the IASC CT




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