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									                   Project Title:
Enabling Relief & Rehabilitation
     Through Education
                      UNICEF




           st
         1 Quarter Report
                Technical Progress Report

                          as on

                 28 February 2006

                          By




  Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi (ITA) Public Trust
UNICEF PROJECT REPORT


1.    PROGRAMME SUMMARY

1.1. Project Title:                    Enabling Relief & Rehabilitation Through Education

1.2. Location:                         AJK: Muzaffarabad and Bagh Districts

1.3. Reporting Period:                 November 01, 2005 –February End 2006

1.4. Date of Report:                   February 28th 2006

1.5. Programme Duration:               6 Months : Nov. 2005 – April 2006

1.6. Implementing Agency:              Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi (ITA) Public Trust

1.7. Person responsible for completing the report: Abu Bakr and Baela R. Jamil



2. OVERALL PROGRESS REPORT

It is only appropriate to state at the outset that this has been a challenging period for ITA
to meet the ambitious targets that were provided by ITA both, quantitatively and
qualitatively in terms of complex programming. Besides appointing a special emergency
team at Islamabad office, two new offices were set up for this work in Muzaffarabad and
Bagh districts and ITA decided to hire local teams from AJK as a capacity building and
livelihood initiative. This was critical to fostering locally based commitment, capacity
and solutions. Fortunately UNICEF support was timely as common positions and costs
on finance, admin, support staff and rentals could be shared and paid appropriately.
Both challenges have paid off but only due to the diligent and highly committed work of
AJK teams and technical support by ITA personnel as well as specialised volunteers for
transfer of skills and systems.

2.1. Objectives: (Objectives as stated in the approved project document) by the end of the project

1. Provide relief and rehabilitation to 120 schools (85% govt. 15 % private) in the districts of
   Muzzafarabad and Bagh through phase wise effective learning and education programs

2. Design an integrated relief, safe play, life skills/health and inclusive education
   program through a consultative process with local beneficiaries and government/civil
   administration

3. Organize and register 30 local youth/community groups for implementation of interventions
    and multi-sectoral linkages through technical support by ITA teams
4. Hire para teachers (1 per school) in 120 schools as per need of each school from the local
    area for temporary support of six months and data provided to the Dept. of Education.
5. Provide training support to 380 teachers and 40 youth animators in education, care and
    lifeskills with particular sensitivity to girls and women.
6. Provide institutional strengthening and planning support to the Government of AJK
    (relevant departments)




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     7.   Monitor the interventions through a database and monitoring system for a well integrated
          information system linked to the macro relief efforts for AJK and access to other cluster
          groups for linkages in shelter, health, water and sanitation and livelihoods.

     8. Undertake area specific household survey to ascertain emergency needs for a transparent
        relief   and      rehabilitation     package.       (Survey    already       underway)

     9. Participate fully in networking with all partner groups (both government and civil
        society) in the education sector for optimum coverage

2.2.      Overall Summary:

          Intended Program Beneficiaries :
          Schools                                                         =         120
          Children                120 schools x 150 children              = 18000
          Teachers                120 schools x 5 teachers                =     600
          Trained Teachers                                                =     360 (subject to hiring)
          Indirect Beneficiaries families 18000x 8 aprox.                 =     144000

Table 1:                     UNICEF Progress Summary Feb 2006
 Sr          Title                 Muzzafarabad          Bagh                 Total           Variance :
  #                                                                                              Total
1   Schools Operational                 68                 56               124                   +4
2   School Enrolments                  9091               6801             15,892            - 2108 (these
                                                                                            are increasing)
3       Teachers Hired                   15              49 (-3)               64
4       Teachers Trained                316               247                 563                - 37
5       CBOs formed                      55                52                 107
6       Others Trained DoE,              40                30                  70
        NGOs and Community
7.      Institutional            1. Directorate of Training engaged in Training of ITA        On Track..
        Strengthening DoE AJK    2. Participation in International Conference
                                    &Presentation
                                 3. Inst. Strengthening of DoE initiated through
                                    participatory methods and first workshop designed
                                                                th
                                    for execution on March 29 , 2006
                                 4. ITA’s placement process of 5-6 educators in USA


Table 2: Gender Disaggregated Data
 Sr #                Title                Muzzafarabad                    Bagh                   Total
                                      Male    Female/mixed         Male   Female/mixed
1         Schools Operational          20           48              23         33                124
2         Enrolments                  4565         4526            3212       3589              15,892
3         Teachers Hired                3           12                                           15*
4         Teachers Trained                    316                         247                    563

* Up to end Jan, 2006.
 2.3. Progress towards Objectives and activities undertaken
 Objective 1.
 Provide relief and rehabilitation to 120 schools (85% govt. 15 % private) in the districts of
 Muzzafarabad and Bagh through phase wise effective learning and education programs



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 Activities undertaken: Target of 120 schools has been duly met and exceeded by 4 additional
 schools where the need assessment had already been undertaken. The process for support to schools
 started with filling out of the needs assessment forms, followed by community mobilization. Phase one
 of establishment is complete. However, quality consolidation has just begun. Para teachers were hired
 on a need basis and this was done through tests, interviews, contracts all undertaken simultaneously
 and transparently with local community participation and in the case of Bagh districts with full
 participation of AEOs/DoE. This target has been achieved in spite of delay in books and relevant
 school material other then tents and school in a box. Textbooks have been a major bottleneck with
 UNICEF on account of a misunderstanding that these can be provided by the Punjab Textbook Board
 rather than that of AJK. Only books for classes 9 and 10 pertain to the PTBB.
 The total break down of schools by level is graphically illustrated below :

                                              600                                            563
                 600
                 500                                                           360
                 400
                 300
                                  120   124
                 200                                                 64
                 100
                   0
                               Schools        Teachers Hired               Teachers Trained
                              Operational


                                            Target             Achievement
                               Title                           Target                  Achievement
                Schools Operational                             120                        124
                Teachers Hired                                  600                         64
                Teachers Trained                                360                        563
                                                                                    18000
                                                                                               Enrolments
                                                                                  15,892
                                                  18000                                            Male
  Title                   Enrollment                                                               Female/mixed
                                                  15000
  Male                       7777                                                                  Total
  Female/mixed               8115                 12000                 8115
                                                                                                   Target
  Total                      15,892                 9000

  Target                    18000                             7777
                                                    6000


                                                     3000


                                                          0
                 School Details
     Private,
       17,
      14%




                                                       Category                  Numbers
                                                       Government                  107
                      Governm                          Private                      17
                      ent, 107,
                        86%




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                         Government Schools                                                            Total Schools
     Secondary,
         25,                                                               50
        23%                                          Primary,
                                                                           40
                                                        49,
                                                                           30
                                                       46%
                                                                           20

                                                                           10

               Middle,                                                        0

                 33,                                                               Primary        Middle        Secondary        Private
                31%                                                                         Muzaffarabad          Bagh            Total



                Government Schools at Muzaffarabad                                           Governm ent Schools at Bagh

                Secondary,
                                                                                  Secondary,
                    15,                                                               10,
                   27%                                                               19%
                                                                                                                                 Primary,
                                               Primary,
                                                                                                                                    22,
                                                  27,
                                                                                                                                   43%
                                                 49%

                Middle,                                                           Middle,
                  13,                                                               20,
                 24%                                                               38%




                                                          Details of SCHOOLS
   School Category                                                    Muzaffarabad                         Bagh                     Total
   Primary:                                                               27                                22                        49
   Middle:                                                                13                                20                        33
   Secondary:                                                             15                                10                        25
   Private all Co-Education                                               13                                4                         17
   Total                                                                  68                                56                       124
  * 1 Middle Government Girls School upgrade to Secondary Government Girls School


                    Boys Government Schools                                                 Girls Government Schools
                                                                                  Secondary,
       Secondary,                                                                    13,
          12,                                 Primary,
                                                 17,                                20%
         28%
                                               39%                                                                           Primary,
                                                                                                                                32,
                                                                                   Middle,
                                                                                                                              50%
                                                                                     19,
              Middle,                                                               30%
                14,
               33%

                                         Detail of Schools (Gender wise)
  School Category                                              Boys                              Girls                   Total
  Primary:                                                               17                       32                        49
  Middle:                                                                14                       19                        33
  Secondary:                                                             12                       13                        25
  Private Schools                                                         0                       17                        17
  Total                                                   43             81                                              124
 * 1 Middle Government Girls School upgrade to Secondary Government Girls School




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 UCs in Muz District : Therian, Muzaffarabad, MCM, Chattar Kalas, Chattar Dumail, Danna,
 Chella Bandi, Matyai, Tariqabad, Niazpura, Bandway

 UCs in Bagh Districts: Beer Pani, Naar Sher Ali Khan, Chirala, Dhirkot.

 ITA is working through a clustered approach for proximity and supervision. The focus is primarily on
 primary schools as suggested by UNICEF, although there is need for middle schools support as well.
 The data reflects percentage of middle and higher schools, and these include sections of primary and
 prep within them. This was due to the selection criteria with a minimum enrolment of 40-45 children
 per school.

 As per the project document, it is agreed that all school supplies, including, tents, books, note books,
 stationery, health kits, SRM’s, latetrines, clean drinking water supply will be provided by UNICEF itself,
 where as Individual Assessment Profiles, Sports kit and some teachers’ kit items are to be mobilized
 by ITA.
 So far, ITA has provided all the relevant school items to the above mentioned schools. Where as,
 tents, mats and school in boxes are provided by UNICEF. In Bagh district, some items still remain to
 be delivered as it has experienced more weather and infrastructure/road related problems comparative
 to Muzaffarabad district. A critical issue to be stated is, due to various problems in logistics, supply
 availability and transport not all the items in the school package have reached at the same time
 making repeated trips necessary and also expensive. ITA’s staff has been thus doubly burdened, but
 have discharged their duties most admirably, especially in areas where there are no roads and schools
 have been identified by the Department of Education for urgent outreach.


 Supplies received and distributed to schools by district is as follows:

                               UNICEF’S MATERIAL - Bagh
 PROGRESS SUMMARY                                     Updated on Mar. 28, 2006
 TENTS RECEIVED=78    SIB RECEIVED=170      MATS RECEIVED=300
  No Description Delivered in UNICEF   Delivered in SC UK  Balance
                 Deliveries Schools    Deliveries Schools
  1  Tent            42          32        12            5 78-54 = 24
  2  SIB            140          57        21           13 170-161=19
  3  Mats           154          56                        300 -154= 146
  4

                        UNICEF’S MATERIAL – Muzaffarabad
 PROGRESS SUMMARY                                     Updated on Mar. 28, 2006
 TENTS RECEIVED=143* SIB RECEIVED= 323      MATS RECEIVED=240
  No Description Delivered in UNICEF      Delivered in SC UK    Balance
                 Deliveries Schools/Camps Deliveries Schools
  1  Tent            91        Schools=66     15           12         0
                     29         Camp=22        2        Camp=1
  2  SIB            109            68         20           17   323-163=160**
                     30        Camps=23        4        Camps=2 160-3=157
  3  Mats            93            66         15           12   240-122=118
                     29         Camp=22        2        Camp=1
 * As per instructions by UNICEF 2 Tents were received by Education Dept.
 * UNICEF took back 4 Tents
 ** 3 SIB are in Lhr. Mzd. & ISB for Display purposes and training of trainers.



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 There has been an oversupply of SIBs and Mats from UNICEF. In Muzaffarabad this has been
 absorbed in the Camp project which will be reflected in the Camp Quarterly report to be
 submitted shortly by April 7th, 2006. In some schools as the enrolment is increasing with camps
 closure and returnees there will be need to provide extra SIBs.




 Objective 2:
 Design an integrated relief, safe play, life skills/health and inclusive education program
 through a consultative process with local beneficiaries and government/civil administration.
 Activities undertaken
 From the inception the program was envisaged in an integrated manner and through partnerships. For
 ITA education and protection are concurrent needs and programming principles. The orientation to
 ITA’s newly hired teams was provided through a rooted training program in Life Skills, Health, Safe
 Play in which ITA’s own Resource Persons trained in these areas as well as Alif Laila and an
 independent trainer participated. On disabilities the data reveals limited evidence thus far on special
 needs in target schools both through needs assessment as well as directly in schools Trauma training
 and trauma management has been a target activity since December 2005 through local and
 international trainers. All field activities had to be initiated through dialogues with the local community,
 mobilization for rehabilitation through education, an agreement that they will become a CBO with
 specific roles and responsibilities (annex B). The government has been kept in the loop since the
 beginning both specifically through providing list of schools, agreeing on UC cluster based approach,
 list of trainers to work alongside ITA teams, participation in the conference and generally through the
 UN Cluster meetings. However, on account of little coordination between training and administration
 and vice versa as well as a new team finding it was hard to juggle between program delivery and
 relationship building in public sector this has not been the most consistent aspect up to early Feb. but
 of late this has been fully integrated.



 Objective 3:
 Organize and register 30 local youth/community groups for implementation of interventions
 and multi-sectoral linkages through technical support by ITA teams

 Activities undertaken:
 Whilst local youth groups have been mobilized and formally partnered with in all locations, a target of
 30 groups is being selected for registration as NGOs. The process has been initiated with the
 government and will be a focused activity in the next reporting period. A two day training program is
 being designed on strengthening of SMCs in AJK schools where the local youth groups mobilized will
 be a critical group of participants other than teachers and head teachers. These groups are to be
 trained for managing and sustaining the interventions for quality education in emergencies and
 transitional periods.

 Objective 4:
 Provide training support to 380 teachers and 40 youth animators in education, care and lifeskills with
 particular sensitivity to girls and women.
 Activities undertaken:
 A training strategy was developed by ITA (annex) and implementation was undertaken/being
 undertaken accordingly. The backbone of the training strategy is trauma management, survivors
 support, and managing of classes and curriculum within tent schools.

 The strategy is anchored in cyclical approach of TOT on a specific category of training followed up by
 implementation in clusters. To date four orientation and TOT trainings have been held on core
 elements of programming, Trauma Management (Psycho Social Assistance without Borders: PAWB),
 How to Set up and Manage a Tent School and finally to deal with the ending of acedamic year on

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 Curriculum, assessment and examination. The Directorate of Training in AJK has nominated 10
 trainers to work alongside ITA as well. At least six are very active. The first round of cluster based
 trainings has been completed which is held in a host school in a cluster. A target of up to 30
 participants is planned. All arrangements for training are managed locally by host school and CBO
 including training location, refreshments and other facilitation for participants.

 Under UNICEF the trainings thus far have had the following categories of trainees:
 i.   ITA’s newly hired field staff
 ii.  Master Trainers of the Government as well Senior Govt. Officials and AEOs
 iii. Teachers, Head teachers and Community Members from government and some private schools
 iv. NGO representatives
 v.   Donors Agencies including UNICEF itself and Save the Children UK.

 Objective 5
 Provide institutional strengthening and planning support to the Government of AJK such as District or
 UC level Education Planning

 Activities undertaken
 a. ITA according to its commitment will be undertaking strengthening of the Dept. of Education in AJK
    according to its needs. A needs assessment was initiated on Feb. 20, 2006 to be followed up by a
    workshop on Institutional Strengthening which is AJK wide. A design has been developed for this
    by the ITA adviser on AJK and she will be the principal facilitator (annex).
 b. Four senior members of the DoE were invited to attend a conference “Local Governance Texts and
    Contexts: Perspectives from South Asia” on Feb 1-2 in Lahore (www.afed.itacec.org) for exposure
    to alternatives from within South Asia on regional initiatives for local governance in education and
    quality. The participants were:
     Additional Secretary Education (Planning)
     DPI – EE
     Coordinator Camps DoE
     Director Training
    On behalf of the Secretary Education, the Additional Secretary Planning presented the AJK profile
    in the session facilitated by the Commonwealth Secretariat UK: Dialogue on Gender Equality and
    Upscaling Girls Initiatives in Education on Feb 2, 2006. ITA’s team helped them in the preparation
    of the presentation. District Manager Bagh, Fawad Virk assisted in the process.
 c. The options for DoE and Do P&D strengthening could be in the areas of local level planning,
    school based, UC level based or district based education planning in the post earthquake scenario.
 d. ITA has already formally engaged with the Directorate of Training to identify 10 trainers who can be
    associated with the entire training strategy. Not only have these master trainers attended the
    training of training but are also being engaged as resource persons for the field based cluster
    trainings. This is critical for legitimacy, credibility and systems linkages. The institutional
    strengthening of DoE is a critical area which needs to be undertaken collaboratively.
 e. ITA is supporting the DOE for capacity building in USA for a five week program June –August
    2006. The process has already begun with a formal exchange of letters. (Described in detail,
    Section 5.II below)




 Objective 6: Monitor the interventions through a database and monitoring system for a well integrated
 information system linked to the macro relief efforts for AJK and access to other cluster groups for
 linkages in shelter, health, water and sanitation and livelihoods.
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 Activities undertaken
 A school based survey has been undertaken for each school, providing a baseline or a monitoring
 plan.

 The design on the monitoring system is to be finalized in March 2006.It needs to alignment with the
 monitoring indicators provided by the UN Cluster for the Integrated Monitoring Matrix (IMM) (annex J).


                 Schools operational                         No.

                 Children enrolled
                                                             No.
                 (boys/girls)
    Education
   - UNICEF -




                 Teachers assigned (m/f)                     No.

                 Teachers trained                            No.

                 School-in-a-Box kits
                                                             No.
                 delivered

                 Textbooks delivered                         No.


 There are other indicators finalized under Protection:
           Most vulnerable population
                                          No.
           registered
           Women friendly spaces
           and community groups           No.
   Protection
   - UNICEF -




           established
           Child friendly spaces
                                          No.
           functional
           Beneficiaries of psych-
           social                         No.
           care and support
           Vulnerable people with
                                          No.
           access to referral services

 The IMM covers for AJK the following areas:
                Bagh                             Poonch                    Neelum         Muzaffarabad

                                                                            Neelum                       Jhelum
                                                                                          Muzaffarabad
                                                                               Athmuqam
                                                               Rawalakot
                                      Abbaspur
                  Dhir Kot




                                                                                                              Hattian
                             Haveli




                                                    Hajira
       Bagh




 From ITA’s point of view where the two areas of education and protection are completely interlinked
 our major challenge is to make a Project Monitoring Plan which corresponds to both. For coordination
 on earthquake ERRA, FRC, HIC etc. are all emphasizing correspondence to P Code reporting etc. this
 is an additional area for the PMP that ITA will devise supported and endorsed by UNICEF. There are
 bound to be child sensitive indicators including participation of children that may be included as well.

 Objective 7:
 Undertake area specific household survey to ascertain emergency needs for a transparent
 relief package.
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 Activities undertaken; This survey which was designed initially in Oct 2005 by ITA on household
 level was quickly replaced to a school based survey for needs assessment on pre and post
 earthquake baselines. For each school this is the first step undertaken (annex A) and is preserved in
 the school file/folder for record and to match needs against proposed actions…



3.      CHILD PARTICIPATION
Please describe children’s involvement in your activities

From the inception, all work undertaken on Needs Assessment, TNA in camps and schools,
training demonstration has been done through children’s participation. This remains a central
principle of all pedagogic activity of ITA’s programs. Especially in emergencies children are
kept at the centre of all the activities.

In the middle and high Schools ITA is initiating in the second reporting period participation of
senior students Classes VIII, IX and X in the SMCs so that their voices may also be heard.
Meanwhile all pedagogy is through child centred methods and school enrichment programs
which are being introduced through the nature of supplies and training already being
extended to AJK schools.

4.       PROBLEMS/ISSUES MATERIALLY IMPAIRING THE ACHIEVEMENT OF PROJECT
         OBJECTIVES, PROPOSED SOLUTIONS AND ACTIONS TAKEN OR TO BE TAKEN

Ser #                    Problems                          Mitigation – Opportunities and Possibilities
1        Provision of Books by UNICEF :                Keeping in view the scope and desperate need of
         This became a major issue at the outset       books in school, ITA managed to provide some of
         as UNICEF was having problems and             the SC-UK procured books to UNICEF schools,
         misunderstanding about the correct and        especially one set for the teachers so that there
         relevant text books taught in AJK             shouldn’t be any delay in teaching due to books.
                                                       SC-UK was entirely happy and ITA assured that this
                                                       was critical in an emergency especially where there
                                                       is excess and ITA had reached the 124 schoolt, ITA
                                                       would return to stock as soon as possible. Action
                                                       was taken in Feb. 2006
2        UNICEF      Emergency       teams      keep   This is bound to happen in emergencies. ITA has
         changing each one with a separate             managed as best it could to ensure an ongoing
         professional                  background.     dialogue and frequent meetings as per need.
         Organizationally there is consistency but     UNICEF        teams    too   have     been    most
         in terms of individuals there are different   accommodating.
         levels of engagements It was difficult to
         keep abreast of changing faces under
         pressure to perform, meeting targets on
         time as well as relationship building.
3        Tents an interim arrangement: This is not     Fortunately UNICEF has been working on this since
         a solution which can last out a year.         the beginning of its work but the costs are high.
         Interim options on transient shelters are     However, more work is underway on this solution by
         required                                      the Sub Group on Shelter in the Education Cluster.
                                                       ITA too has moblized additional resources for this
                                                       purpose. This may be an added requirement

4        Data reconciliation from the MoE. The         This is being earmarked for work on institutional
         MoE has been most forthcoming in              capacity building. Some work has already begun
         providing data in spite of losing a large     through SUNGI supported by UNICEF and the
         portion of its records during the             workshop planed with provide directions for future
         earthquake. The information also keeps        work by AJK partners. This is not an area for ITA
         rapidly changing due to the population        and UNICEF work only but to be supported by many
         flux in the aftermath of the earthquake.      agencies.

5.       Resistance by school teachers to              This is being addressed by undertaking close
         include sports /co-curricular activities      coordination with DEO Elementary Male and
         and reading/library period in the regular     Female as well as DEO Secondary so that all
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       calendar/time table with the excuse that       schools know that ITA is working for and with the
       this is not allowed by the Dept. In fact the   DoE. All child centred enrichment activities are
       DoE is keen to promote co-curricular           endorsed by the DoE. Notifications will also be sent
       activities                                     to schools and given to ITA personnel or
                                                      Trainers/Field Coordinators

6.     NO provision in the project for social         This needs to be urgently addressed as the EFA
       mobilization work eg EFA Week :                week is coming and CEF is providing support to
       celebrating teachers and education in          GCE and NCE. Can this not be extended to AJK
       emergencies                                    emergency areas. ITA will be happy to organize the
                                                      work as a coordinating agency.

7.     Adjustments against positions /resources       Two issues emerged when the target increased to
       between UNICEF and SC-UK                       180 for ITA in AJK. Rationalization of core support
                                                      posts and budgets (finance, admin, support staff,
                                                      rental) between projects and also flexibility in use of
                                                      office rent initially to procure furniture and fixtures
                                                      as this had not been provisioned for under the
                                                      proposals. UNICEF was informed about this as well
                                                      and a resolution was to procure the necessary items
                                                      against rent for the first six months. In both districts
                                                      for the first phase we managed to rent facilities for
                                                      Rs. 15000 and Rs. 17,000 per month in Muz and
                                                      Bagh respectively. The provision for rent could thus
                                                      be met from one agency and the furniture /fixture
                                                      from another. However as UNICEF’s project ends
                                                      on April 30, whilst SC UK is a year later in 2007,
                                                      the rental agreement which also concludes on April
                                                      30, may be hiked given the market demand and
                                                      supply trends. SC budget for rental is Rs. 12000 per
                                                      month.

8.     Staff Salaries are an issue as some of the     UNICEF may review this itself looking at market
       staff feel underpaid compared to the           trends to ensure that ITA can review and adjust
       workload and competitors’ scales. There        accordingly.
       is a concern for review so that ITA does
       not loose its trained staff. This is
       important and critical
9.     Capacity Building of AJK ITA Staff. New        This is an urgent issue and one which has new
       professional experiences, deadlines and        challenges emerging all the time due to the
       team building                                  emergency and rehab needs.            ITA has been
                                                      working on this through site based support through
                                                      its technical and systems staff. In May 2006 a three
                                                      day retreat is planned on team building,
                                                      programming and institutional strengthening of ITA
                                                      itself. Again this was not provisioned in the UNICEF
                                                      budget. UNICEF will be requested to provide
                                                      resources from some unspent budget lines for this
                                                      as this was not budgeted for originally. A full
                                                      program on this will be shared with SC UK and
                                                      UNICEF.
10     Shortfalls in Project Implementation            Newsletters are being finalized for two back to back
                                                                                   th
       by ITA : Newsletters     and Regular           additions. One on March 10 and another on April
                                                         th
       Program Review with the Department of          10 for a more smooth output.
       Education                                      Regular and organized program review with the
                                                      Department of Education has been agreed with for
                                                      every Thursday on a fortnightly basis
11     The project period was only 6 months.          Official letter would accompany this technical report
       This was pointed to UNICEF as being            requesting for extension immediately. Moreover
       very unrealistic and short. This needs         requests for additional schools is being made
       to be extended as soon as possible so          officially by the DoE- AJK.
       that the School improvement work can           ITA would like to continue with a team which is now
       be planned properly.                           trained to consolidate and improve quality.

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5.        OPPORTUNITIES
Please describe opportunities exist for new initiatives, interventions and/or collaboration with other actors
in the course of project implementation, if capable. Include information on steps to be taken to take
advantage of these opportunities.

I)    To date there have been many synergies that ITA has consciously sought so that
      resources may be optimized and maximum support can be provided to the
      communities. Linkages have been established with Pakistan Bait ul Maal; JEN
      (Japanese Emergency NGO) JAFS (Japanese Asian Friendship Society), Action
      Aid; Oxfam, SUNGI, Dewan Salman, Alif Laila Book Bus Society, Alesei, GOAL,
      ADF, Qatar, Pakistan Army, NATO in both districts. The latter three organizations
      are helping with transitional structures. These are being actively sought and the
      role of the education cluster has been tremendous in fostering these links.

      Many opportunities are emerging which need to be recognized and supported.
      These are in the form of :

          Low cost structures
          Setting up of tents
          Providing caretaker in Tandali camp
          Sanitation (Tandali camp)
          Stipends to trainees of vocational skills
          Vocational trainers
          Training opportunities

      Vocational Skills Training
      ITA has started a vocational training program with the collaboration of Pakistan Bait-ul-
      Mal with an integrated effort to focus on citizenship and coping skills as well. The first
      phase will focus on vocational and skills program on camp sites. The need for vocational
      skills is growing in AJK as it will for the first time be a hub of productive economic
      activities eg. Construction Industry; Hospitality Industry and even Development Industry

      Camp Sites and Education Initiatives.. Building a Value Chain for Learning
      Camp Sites both planned and sporadic are a major challenge, both on account of the
      transient traumatized population as well as multiple providers of services and camp
      management organizations. These are opportunities for generating a value chain through
      positive partnerships and synergies. These are happening within various providers of
      services in camps for extending from education to health, livelihoods etc. but more so with
      camps being closed the tents and learning sites could be converted/upgraded into
      community learning sites for day care; literacy and functional literacy classes and much
      more

II.   Placement of Educators from the Department of Education to a Teacher Training
      Program in USA
      A total of 5-6 educators will be sent to the USA in June for five weeks to Plymouth
      State University under ITA’s support. This program is being offered by Plymouth State
      University, New Hampshire, USA and is being supported by a grant from the US
      Government for educational development in Pakistan. The program is in its third and final
      year and involves sending of 20 educators from Govt. and non-Govt institutions for
      professional capacity building.

      Core subject areas: Science, Math, Education Management and School Leadership,
      and Assessment of training programs.

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       The criteria for selection are given as under:
         Participants should have a minimum of five years professional experience
         At least five years of remaining before retirement.
         Minimum qualification B.A/B.Sc/B.ed for secondary level teachers, however a
            Masters degree is preferable.
         M.A/M.Sc/M.Ed for education managers , such as Head teachers , Field
            coordinators and Master Trainers.
         Speak, comprehend and write English fluently as there is no resource/time for
            immersion program prior to departure.
         Should not have attended trainings in the US before and abroad for the past five
            years.
         Nominees should have the “right attitude”, selection process will be particularly
            important. That “right attitude” is culturally determined and will be assessed in
            the interview conducted jointly by senior reps. of the participating institution
            and ITA reps.
         Final selection and review will be done by the PSU team in USA.
         Educators should be committed to transfer the newly acquired skills and
            knowledge to many more professionals and educators both belonging to their
            own institution or any other in Pakistan.
         Gender Mix.60:40 , female/ male .
         Selected candidates will be obliged to sign a pledge form prior to departure
            showing their commitment during the five week program and to their post
            training activities.

        ITA and its sister organization, School Improvement Network Pakistan (SINP) is
        exclusively working in the Govt. Schools and some non-elite institutions as Public Private
        Partnerships. From our institutional mandate we formally invite nominations of 8-10
        deserving candidates who fulfill the required criteria. On the basis of their tests and
        interviews 5-6 will be short listed for the final selection and placement in USA.

III.    ITA UK & Sanjan Nagar Public Education Trust Mobilizes for AJK
         A unique fundraising event (dinner and art auction of Pakistani artists) was organized in
         London entitled “ The Indus Inspirations” for supporting girls education in Pakistan
         through the SanjanNagar Girls School and for education programs in the earthquake
         affected areas. Ms. Noor Jehan Dhanani Chair ITA UK organized the fundraiser at the
         Lords Cricket Ground. Almost 5 million rupees were raised exclusively for the earthquake
         areas to be funded through ITA Pakistan. This is a great opportunity to strengthen the
         work already being undertaken and to allocate some funds for innovative ideas and
         solutions in the affected areas.


IV.     The Positive Face of a Globalized Citizenry ! Philanthropy at its best!
        ITA believes that it can only work through and with teams and partnerships. Many
        philanthropists, NGOs and donor groups have practically supported the effort from within
        Pakistan and abroad. Several donors from different segments helped in providing relief

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     goods to people not only in education felid but also in livelihoods. This process is
     continuing.




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V.     Case Study:
         Government Girls Middle School Kolah – UNICEF & SC UK collaboration
                          (Up Graded Now to a High School)

School location: Village Kolah, Union Council Nar Shair Ali Khan, District Bagh.

Pre Earthquake School Level          Middle Post Earthquake School Level High
Pre Earthquake Enrollment:           140           Post Earthquake Enrolment 210
Pre Earthquake Teacher Strength :    5             Post Earthquake Teachers 08
Pre Earthquake Rooms                 6 (destroyed) Post Earthquake Rooms 15 + Halls

On December 7th 2005 when ITA’s team went for the assessment of Govt. Girls Middle School
Kolah in District Bagh, this school had an enrolment of only 35 students. Two teachers were
badly injured so there were 3 teachers present in the school. Our assessment team did not
assess that school as it did not fit our enrollment criteria of at least 40 students, but they
encouraged the school staff and the community to mobilize people for an increase in
enrollment.

Next time, the team visited the school on December 15th, 2005 and on that day the enrollment
increased to 55 students. Our team immediately assesed that school, signed a MOU with the
local community and on December 16th, ITA team reached the school with the appropriate
deliveries.

The school started      to function properly and students
strength gradually started to increase. In a few days the
enrollment reached 150 students more than the original pre
earthquake figure. Soon after the Vice Chief of Army staff
General Ahsan visited the school and upgraded it to a High
School. General Qasim Quraishi (CO Bagh) personally
requested ITA to provide teachers to that school. ITA’s team
already had a plan for appointing two teachers in that school,
but with the General’s request ITA appointed a total of 4
teachers as the school was upgraded to a High School. The
team had to make yet another decision to put the school
under the joint banner of UNICEF and SC UK as the latter
provides for more para teachers and the former for just one.
This creative programming certainly empowered the field teams and also the local community
and school staff!

                                      After the rehabilitation phase the Girls High School has
                                      an incredible enrollment of 210 students with 7 teachers
                                      (actually $9) ! Army + NATO has built 15 rooms and two
                                      halls in that school. So not only the linkages have grown
                                      but a whole community has benefited from the
                                      opportunities that emerged from out out of a crisis. The
                                      synergies in emergencies are amazing but we need to
                                      keep our eyes and ears finely tuned to the spirit of
                                      humanity and development.

We are working not only for an enabling education for rehabilitation agenda but also to bridge
the gender gap in AJK, not just at the primary level but also at the middle and high school level.
We may have missed the EFA milestone on bridging the gender gfap in 2005 in Bagh but there
is no holding back of the spirit inspite of the emergency and tragedies.

The Back to School Campaign as far as GGMS /GGHS is concerned already began on
Dec. 15th 2005! We are so proud of our people, their courage and spirit.

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This is a case study of just one government school managed by ITA for rehabilitation through
UNICEF and SC UK support in district Bagh. There are many more incredible stories of schools
who did not look back but just picked up the debris, the books and adjusted to available spaces
to make the boldest statement aobut EFA amidst the earthquake.

Prepared by: Khurshid Ahmed, Fawad Virk: ITA Bagh Office


VI.      Comments/Support needed from UNICEF:
       The target to date of 120 schools has been completed in the districts of Muzaffarbad and
         Bagh. A major focus at the moment is on completion of schools supplies to the schools.
         Enrolments fluctuate creating new demands. Supplies from UNICEF are awaited,
         including textbooks, first aid kits, SRMs etc.

       A critical concern is to improve the quality of education, In terms of providing trainings to
         teachers, continuous follow-up visits, sensitizing community, mobilization for sharing
         responsibilities. Life skills hands on approach will be extended by the Field
         Coordinators

       ITA is also planning to organize mobilization programs such as debate competitions,
          cleanliness day and also EFA week in clusters.

       A great deal of cooperation is being extended by the Ministry of Education In AJK.
         However, there is little anticipation of needs and capacity to proactively support field
         based work.

       During April 2006, albeit premature, the issue of staff rationalization may be taken up with
         the DOE where there is over or under supply of teachers. A technical brief on para
         teachers and their future prospects will be prepared to be presented to the DoE for
         future planning.

       New applications are continuously pouring in for future support from the DOE and directly
         from the schools themselves. Data of new applications for school supports is being
         finalized. Particularly a request has also been put up by District Officer Bagh to ITA to
         expand its scope all over the district.

       ITA is highly interested about possibilities for temporary low cost Structures (sheds) to be
          made for such schools, as tents are not long lasting. Moreover, ITA can set up a specific
          section on establishing low cost schools with a design and execution team.

       It will be useful if UNICEF can engage with the program holistically extending education
          and protection support concurrently.

       UNICEF to provide flexibility in use of budgets where there are common Program costs.

       UNICEF to support in capacity building of newly hired ITA staff and team building of all
          ITA staff at the planned three day Residential Retreat in a location between Muree and
          AJK. Three to four specialist speakers will be invited to speak on :
                   o Team Building
                   o Institutional Strengthening of CSOs
                   o Education in Emergencies.. the vision and the practice.
        ITA will float the terms of reference for these speakers as soon as the dates are finalized.




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                                                               6.   PROPOSED PLAN FOR THE NEXT QUARTER

 District                          Type of School     No of       No of                                                       Comments/Support needed from
               Village/Location                                            Type of Activity                     Deadline
(Muz, Bagh)                       (e.g. GPS, BMS)   Students    Teachers                                                      UNICEF
                                                                           Training on Assessments and                         The target to date of 46 schools has been
Mzd            Chella Bandi        Govt. G P/S        57            4      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06       completed in the districts of Muzaffarbad and
                                                                           of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies                            Bagh. A major focus at the moment is on
                                                                                                                                  completion of schools supplies to the schools.
                                                                           Training on Assessments and                            Enrolments fluctuate creating new demands.
Mzd            Lower Chella        Govt. G P/S        65            6      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                                           of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies                           A critical concern is to improve the quality of
                                                                           Training on Assessments and                            education, In terms of providing trainings to
Mzd            Tarqabad            Govt. G P/S        75            6      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06       teachers,     continuous     followup    visits,
                                                                           of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies                            sensitizing community, mobilization for
                                                                                                                                  sharing responsibilities. Life skills hands on
                                                                           Training on Assessments and                            approach will be extended by the Field
Mzd            Sangri Mara
                                   Govt. G P/S        49            6      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06       Coordinators
               MCM                                                         of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                                           Training on Assessments and                           ITA is also planning to organize mobilization
Mzd            Bala Makri          Govt. G P/ S       38            2      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06       programs such as debate competitions,
                                                                           of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies                            Celebrating women’s day, cleanliness day
                                                                                                                                  and also EFA week, in clusters.
                                                                           Training on Assessments and
Mzd            Tagara Makri        Govt. G P/S        74            3      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06      A great deal of cooperation is being extended
                                                                           of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies                            by the Ministry of Education In AJK.
                                                                           Training on Assessments and
Mzd            Chingla             Govt. G P/ S       22            2      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06      During April 2006, albeit premature, the issue
                                                                           of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies                            of staff rationalization may be taken up with
                                                                                                                                  the DOE where there is over or under supply
                                                                           Training on Assessments and                            of teachers. A technical brief on para teachers
Mzd            Khunbanway          Govt. G P/S        62            3      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06       and their future prospects will be prepared to
                                                                           of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies                            be presented to the DoE for future planning.
                                                                           Training on Assessments and
Mzd            Sundgran            Govt. G P/S        54            2      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06      New applications are continuously pouring in
                                                                           of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies                            for future support from the DeOE and directly
                                                                                                                                  from the schools. Data of new applications for
                                                                                                                                  school supportsis being has also being
Mzd                                                                        Training on Assessments and                            formalized. Particularly a request has also
               Koroli              Govt. G P/S        41            1      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06       been put up by District Officer Bagh to ITA to
                                                                           of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies                            expand its scope all over the district.




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                                                            Training on Assessments and                           ITA is highly interested about possibilities for
Mzd    Dulli            Govt. G P/S       45        2       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06       temporary low cost Structures (sheds) to be
                                                            of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies                            made for such schools, as tents are not long
                                                                                                                   lasting. Moreover, ITA can set up a specific
                                                            Training on Assessments and                            section on establishing low cost schools with
Mzd    Dahari Magran    Govt. G P/S       146       2       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06       a design and execution team.
                                                            of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                            Training on Assessments and                           It will be useful if UNICEF can engage with
Mzd    Garthan                                                                                                      the program holistically extending education
                        Govt. G P/S       55        1       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
       Chatter Kalas                                        of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies                             and protection support concurrently.
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Chaman Kotli
                        Govt. G P/S       59        2       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06      UNICEF to provide flexibility in use of budgets
       Azem Khan                                            of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies                            where there is common Program costs.
                                                            Training on Assessments and
       Chaman Kotli                                                                                            
Mzd                     Govt. G P/S       68        2       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06       UNICEF to support in capacity building of
       Nawab Khan                                           of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies                            newly hired ITA staff and team building of all
                                                                                                                   ITA staff at the the planned three day
                                                            Training on Assessments and                            Residential Retreat in a location between
       Mosque
Mzd                     Govt. G P/S       16        4       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06       Muree and AJK.       Three to four specialist
       School Nagni                                         of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies                            speakers will be invited to speak on :
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Sathra MCM       Govt. G P/S       91        7       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06   o   Team Building
                                                            of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies                        o   Institutional Strengthening of CSOs
                                                                                                               o   Education in Emergencies. The vision and the
                                                            Training on Assessments and                             practice.
Mzd    Wasti Matyi                                  1
                        Govt. G P/S       44                Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
       Therian                                    (Para)    of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies                           ITA will float the terms of reference for these
                                                            Training on Assessments and                             speakers as soon as the dates are finalized.
Mzd    Dacha Danna      Govt. G P/S       52        1       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                            of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Banyan                                       1
                        Govt. G P/S       50                Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
       Therain                                    (Para)    of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                     2
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Akhriala                                     (1
                        Govt. G P/S       70                Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
       Therain                                    Govt.)    of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                 (1 Para)
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Sathi Bagh       Govt. G P/S       19        4       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                            of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies




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Mzd                                                  4
                                                            Training on Assessments and
                                                    (2
       Noor Gran         Govt. B P/S      103               Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                  Govt.)    of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                 (2 Para)
Mzd                                                         Training on Assessments and
       Shahdara          Govt. B P/S      39        2       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                            of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Raj Kandi         Govt. B P/S      51        2       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                            of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                            Training on Assessments and
       Rand Chatter
Mzd                       Govt.B P/S      53        1       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
       Kalas                                                of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                            Training on Assessments and
       Demail              NCRCL
Mzd                                       130       8       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
       Syedain          Pak. Bailtulmal                     of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                     2
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Chaman kotli                                 (1
                         Govt. B P/S      59                Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
       Nawab Khan                                 Govt.)    of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                 (1 Para)
                                                     8
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Bela Noor         Govt. G M /                (7
                                          263               Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
       Shah MCM           School                  Govt.)    of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                 (1 Para)
                                                            Training on Assessments and
       Majhoi Chatter
Mzd                      Govt. G M/S      117       7       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
       Domail                                               of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
       Tandali                                              Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Chatter           Govt. G M/S      64        6       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
       Domail                                               of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Kardala
                         Govt. G M/S      61        6       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
       Muzaffarabad                                         of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                            Training on Assessments and
       Sawan Chatter
Mzd                      Govt. G M/S      73        4       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
       Kalas                                                of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies




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                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Chatter Kalas    Govt. G M/S       82        9       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                            of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Therian          Govt. G M/S       138       7       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                            of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Gunchatter
                        Govt. G M/S       43        5       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
       Muzaffarabad                                         of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Bela Noor
                        Govt. B M/S       122       8       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
       Shah MCM                                             of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                            Training on Assessments and
       Dullai Chatter
Mzd                     Govt. B M/S       84        7       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
       Kalas                                                of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                            Training on Assessments and
       Namli Syedain
Mzd                     Govt. B M/S       105       4       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
       Chatter Kalas                                        of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                            Training on Assessments and
       Chouthla
Mzd                     Govt. B M/S       236       6       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
       Therain                                              of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Namhoter
                        Govt. B M/S       367      11       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
       Danna                                                of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Chella Bandi     Govt. G H/S       207      16       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                            of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Daharry
                        Govt. G H/S       336      22       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
       Sayydan                                              of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Tariqabad        Govt. G H/S       207      16       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                            of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
Mzd                                                  9
                                                            Training on Assessments and
                                                    (7
       Garhi Dupata      Gov. G H/S       195               Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                  Govt.)    of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                 (2 Para)




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                                                     7
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd                                                 (5
       Rarra            Govt. G H/S       193               Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                  Govt.)    of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                 (2 Para)
                                                    10
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd                                                 (9
       Attrasi          Govt. G H/S       170               Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                  Govt.)    of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                 (1 Para)
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Attrasi          Govt. B H/S       220      19       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                            of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Rarra            Govt. B H/S       235      19       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                            of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Chatter Kalas    Govt. B H/S       248      11       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                            of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Therian          Govt. B H/S       366      20       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                            of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                     9
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd                                                 (8
       Matyai           Govt. B H/S       357               Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                  Govt.)    of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                 (1 Para)
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Garhi Dupata     Govt. B H/S       257      25       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                            of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Chella Bandi     Govt. B H/S       143      19       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                            of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Khun
                        Govt. B H/S       169      12       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
       Bandway                                              of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                            Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Niaz Pura        Govt, B H/S       319       9       Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                            of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies




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               Private Schools

                                                          Training on Assessments and
Mzd       Tameer -e-Nau Education         39        7     Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                          of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                          Training on Assessments and
Mzd    Islamic Public School Bala Noor
                                          228      14     Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                     Shah                                 of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                          Training on Assessments and
Mzd         Al-Noor Model School          559      26     Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                          of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                          Training on Assessments and
Mzd         Banehal Model school          148      26     Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                          of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                          Training on Assessments and
Mzd       National secondary school       279      18     Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                          of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                          Training on Assessments and
Mzd        Almustafa middle school        82       12     Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                          of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                          Training on Assessments and
Mzd        Shaheen Model College          126      23     Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                          of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                          Training on Assessments and
Mzd         Al-habib public school        80        6     Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                          of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                          Training on Assessments and
Mzd                Al-fala                80        5     Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                          of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                          Training on Assessments and
Mzd        Quaid-e-Azam accadmy           141       9     Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                          of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                          Training on Assessments and
Mzd      Morning Star Public School       324      13     Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
                                                          of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies




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                  Bagh District
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Chatter No. 1         GGPS         49        2       of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                      2      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Dabi Munhasa          GGPS         48     (1 Para)   of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                      2      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Numb Salhian          GGPS         54     (1 Para)   of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                      2      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Malal Bagla           GGPS         53     (1 Para)   of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Mandri                GGPS         39        2       of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                      2      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Sikandarabad          GGPS         54     (1 Para)   of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                      2      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Lower                 GGPS         118    (1 Para)   of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Rai Kot               GGPS         52        1       of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Chaman Kotlian        GGPS         92        2       of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Hastani               GGPS         54        2       of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
        Camp                                          3      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    NaumanPura                GPS      63     (3 Para)   of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies




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                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Check Dara            GBPS         45        2       of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Mandari               GBPS         83        2       of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                      2      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Bagla sahlian         GBPS         93     (1 Para)   of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                      2      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Dokan Barren          GBPS         71     (1 Para)   of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                      2      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Dahir Banaka         GMSQS         56     (1 Para)   of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Pan                   GBPS         122       2       of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                      2      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Irara Sharif          GBPS         51     (1 Para)   of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Sari Mang             GBPS         87        2       of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Kola                  GBPS         26        2       of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                      2      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Lower Khas            GBPS         46     (1 Para)   of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Kana Mohri            GBPS         78         3      of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                      5
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                     (2
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh                                               Govt.)    of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                             GGMS          60
        Check Dara                                (3 Para)




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                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                      9      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Sarrol               GGMS          124    (1 Para)   of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                     13
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                     (11
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh                                               Govt.)    of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                             GGMS          180
        Bir Pani                                  (2 Para)
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                      8      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Mandri               GGMS          131    (1 Para)   of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                      5
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                     (3
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh                                               Govt.)    of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                             GGMS          76
        Panyali Sahlian                           (2 Para)
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Rai-Kot              GGMS          161        9      of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                      5
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                     (3
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh                                               Govt.)    of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                             GGMS          153
        Nakar Nar Sher                            (2 Para)
                                                      5
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                     (3
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh                                               Govt.)    of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                             GGMS          97
        Sari Mang                                 (2 Para)
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    BAGH A.K.            GGMS          110       6       of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                      4      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Hill Surang          GGMS          170    (2 Para)   of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Uchaar Bagh          GGMS          65        5       of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Sarrol               GBLMS         75        3       of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies




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                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings     30 April 06
Bagh    Munasa                  GBMS       117       6       of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings     30 April 06
Bagh    Mala Bagla              GBMS       99        7       of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                      6      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings     30 April 06
Bagh    Hill Surang             GBMS       174    (1 Para)   of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings     30 April 06
Bagh    Dahir Banakha           GBMS       130       7       of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings     30 April 06
Bagh    Lohar Bela              GBLMS      88        6       of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings     30 April 06
Bagh    Rai-Kot                 GBMS       127       7       of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings     30 April 06
Bagh    Dhulli                  GBCMS      215        7      of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                      9
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                     (7
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings     30 April 06
Bagh    Nauman                                     Govt.)    of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                GBMS       106
        Pura(Camp)                                (2 Para)
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings     30 April 06
Bagh    Chatter No. 2            KPMS      247      11       of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings     30 April 06
Bagh    DAHARAY                 AICMPS     99        4       of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                                                                    30 April 06
                                                                 Training on Assessments and
                                                               Examination, Follow ups, Trainings
Bagh       Shah Hamdan Public School       272       9           of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                                                                    30 April 06
                                                                 Training on Assessments and
                                                               Examination, Follow ups, Trainings
Bagh              KMPS CO-education        151       7           of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies




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                                                             Training on Assessments and          30 April 06
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings
Bagh                                                 13      of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                              GGHS         180
        Bani Maldara                              (1 Para)
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                     17      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Dhall Qazian          GGHS         191    (1 Para)   of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                     17      Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Munasa                GGHS         245    (1 Para)   of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                     14
                                                             Training on Assessments and          30 April 06
                                                     (11
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings
Bagh                                               Govt.)    of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                              GGHS         248
        Chaman Kot                                (3 Para)
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Sahlian Dhundan       GGHS         256       18      of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                     10
                                                             Training on Assessments and          30 April 06
                                                      (6
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings
Bagh                                               Govt.)    of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                              GGHS         140
        Kola                                      (4 Para)
                                                     17
                                                             Training on Assessments and          30 April 06
                                                     (15
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings
Bagh                                               Govt.)    of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                              GGHS         197
        Wasti Chowki                              (2 Para)
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Dhall Qazian          GBHS         324      20       of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Sahlian Dhundan       GBHS         253      17       of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies
                                                             Training on Assessments and
                                                             Examination, Follow ups, Trainings   30 April 06
Bagh    Nar Sher Ali Khan     GBHS         276      19       of SMC/CBO, Finish Supplies




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                                          List Of Schools Awaiting Support
                       28-Mar-06




  Sr #   Girls/Boys                         School Name                      Union Council   Circle   Remarks
  1      Girls        Govt. G P/S Rawani MZD                              MZD                  3
  2      Girls        Govt. G P./ S Dahari Bambyan MCM                    MCM                  3
  3      Girls        Govt. G P/S Charwaya Chatter Domail                 MZD                  3
  4      Girls        Govt.G P/S Subri Chatter Damail                     MZD                  3
  5      Girls        Govt. G P/S Jamra Bahari                            MZD
  6      Girls        Govt. G P/S Dani Saydan MCM                         MCM                  3
  7      Girls        Govt. G P/S Upper Chatter MCM                       MCM                  3
  8      Boys         Govt. B P/S Dahari Bagla MCM                        MCM                  3
  9      Boys         Govt. B P/S Plate MCM                               MCM                  3
  10     Boys         Govt. B P/S Subri Chatter Domail                    Chattar Domail       3
  11     Boys         Govt. B P/S Rajwayyan MZD                           MZD                  3
  12     Boys         Govt. B P/S Nanoor Rajwayyan MZD                    MZD                  3
  13     Boys         Govt. B P/S BajlaTherain                            Therian              4
  14     Boys         Govt. B P/S Hoterari Therain                        Therian              4
  15     Boys         Govt. B P/S Bandi Fakir muhammad MZD                MZD                  3
  16     Boys         Govt. B P/S Batangi                                 Chatter Domail       3
  17     Girls        Govt. G P/S Salmari Sawan                           Chatter Kalas        4
  18     Boys         Govt. B P/S Barora                                  Chatter Kalas        4
  19     Boys         Govt. B P/S Bandi Sharif                            Chatter Kalas        4
  20     Boys         Govt. B P/S Gorsian                                 Komi Kot             4
  21     Girls        Govt. G P/S Tarni Ambore                            MCM                  3
  22     Boys         Govt. B P/S Lower Chatter                           MCM                  3
  23     Girls        Govt. G P/S Danna Ghan Chatter                      MZD                  3
  24     Girls        Govt. G P/S Timber Ghan Chatter                     MZD                  3




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  25     Girls       Govt. G P/S Baglayan Gun Chatter             MZD               3
  26     Boys        Govt. B P/S Chatdara                         MZD               3
  27     Boys        Govt. B P/S Tanda                            MZD               3
  28     Boys        Govt. B P/S Bachar Ziharat                   Therian           4
  29     Girls       Govt. Girls Middle School Gandgran
  30     Girls       Govt. Primary School Manki
  31     Girls       Govt. P/s Awan Pati
  32     Girls       Govt. G P/S Jeswa                            Komi Kot          4
  33     Boys        Govt. M/S Salay Gali
  34     Boys        Govt. B P/S Buthani                          Komi Kot          4
  35     Boys        Govt. B P/s Jamra Bari
  36                 Govt. P/S Than                                                Not mentioned
  37                 Govt. P/S Gother                                              Not mentioned
  38     Girls       Govt. G P/S Ghrat                            Therian           4
  39     Girls       Govt. Girls Middle School Narran             Therian           4
  40     Boys        Govt. B M/S Khagran                          Chatter Domail    3
  41     Girls       Govt. G M/S Barsala                          Chatter Kalas     4
  42     Girls       Govt. G M/S Gorslan                          Komi Kot          4
  43     Girls       Govt. G M/S Ambore                           MCM               3
  44     Boys        Govt. B M/SChanalbang                        Therian           4
  45     Boys        Govt. B M/S Kharian                          Therian           4
  46     Girls       Govt. G M/S Ghail                            Komi Kot          4
  47     Girls       Govt. Girls H/S Danna                        Danna             4
  48     Boys        Govt. Boys H/SGun Chatter                    MZD               3
  49     Girls       Komi Kot                                     Komi Kot          4
  50     Boys        Ghall                                        Komi Kot          4
  51     Boys        Komi Kot                                     Komi Kot          4
  52     Girls       Mahjor Kalahi                                MCM               3
  53     Boys        Mahani Bandi                                 MZD               3
  54     Boys        Govt. B H/S Sailmia                          Cikar




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         Private Schools
                                                                                 Union
  Sr #   Girls OR                                              School Name      Council   Circle   Remarks
                                  BOYS
  55     Mohammadia Public School
  56     Sufa School Of Learning
  57     Bright Model School
  58     Boys Primary School Kari Gandjaran
  59     Chinar Public Middle School Tandali
  60     Chinar School of Learning Certre Plate
  61     Galani Middle Public School Upper Jalabad
  62     Gash Public School Komi Kot
  63     Ithad Public School Fatha Jang Hotrari
  64     Keran Public School Bahari UC Bahari
  65     Khurram Public Middle School Langerpura
  66     MarksMan Institute of Neoteric Education Langerpura
  67     Muhammadia Model Public School Majohi
  68     New Era School Lower Plate
  69     Sahar Model Public School Upper Bandi Samman
  70     Star Public School Dool Naka
  71     Star Public School Sama Bandi
  72     The Ladder Public School Jalabad.
  73     Umair Public Schools Shalla Bagh
  74     Excelsior Public School Lower Chatter
  75     Read Foundation School Badayra Bakalan
  76     Little folk's Paramise School Muzaffarbad
  77     Al-Sadiq Model High School CMH Muzaffarbad




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                                            Annexures
   a)   Needs Assessment Form
   b)   MoU
          a. With CBO
          b. With Camps
   c)   Contract for Para Teachers
   d)   Training Strategy
   e)   Training Reports : 1st Training Report , PAWB,
   f)   Training Report on Institutional Strengthening Needs Assessment Sessions
   g)   Training Report of Training of Trainers (TOT) on “Survival & Care”
   h)   Institutional Strengthening Workshop Design and Plan
   i)   Urdu Translations of SIB and Sports Kit
   j)   Integrated Monitoring Matrix (IMM)
   k)   Teams working under the UNICEF Project
   l)   List of schools for support in AJK received by ITA




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