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Tools for » PBF/SLE/C-2: Support to the implementation of the Sierra Leone Reparations Programme as part of the Recommendation of the Truth and Reconcilliation Commission
Project ID 00077294 Description PBF/SLE/C-2 Reparations Progra
Fund
Peacebuilding Fund
Start Date *: 15 Jan 2011
Theme
Human Rights -W1
Project status Financially Closed
Country Sierra Leone Participating Organization   IOM - International Org Migration
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Project Description (2012 Phase II - USD 1,100,000):

The project will continue the delivery of reparation to registered war victims. It will provide interim cash assistance and micro grants to 10,753 civilian war victims.

 

Gender Marker Score:  Same as Phase I

Approximately 60%

 

PBF Priority Area(s) and Outcomes: Same as Phase I

PBF priority area 2 and 3

The reparation project will contribute to increase peaceful co-existence, peaceful conflict resolution and economic self reliance of the war victims.

 

Outputs and Key Activities:

1. NaCSA Reparation Directorate supported for continued delivery of reparation services.

Activities: Continuation of administrative and logistical support to the Reparations Directorate.

 

2. Registered caseload is reviewed and analyzed to enhance benefit delivery programme sustainability and management.                  

Activities: Continuous data analysis

 

3. Benefits are delivered to victims in line with the set guidelines and available resources to the third phase.

Activities: Training of stakeholders on delivery of benefits and monitoring (NaCSA, members of the National Steering Committee); NaCSA and Bank sign MoU for payment of interim cash assistance and micro grants, delivery of interim cash assistance, delivery of micro-grants.

 

4.Reparations Directorate advocates to sensitize the Government of Sierra Leone on matters related to the sustainability of the reparation programme.

Activities: National Steering Committee meets on policy and advocacy; Quarterly meetings of the Steering Committee; Advocacy for mainstreaming of some benefits like pensions, healthcare and free education  etc into the national services.

 

5. IOM Sierra Leone monitors the programmatic and fiduciary aspects of the SLRP implementation through Program Monitoring Unit.  

Activities: IOM /NaCSA case management monthly meetings; IOM Co-chairs quarterly meetings of the Steering Committee; Ad-hoc field monitoring visits; Reporting.

 

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Project Description (2011 Phase I - USD 450,000):

The project continues the delivery of reparation to registered war victims. It will provide interim cash assistance, micro grants and emergency medical services to approximately 2,223 war victims based on vulnerability and needs assessment.

 

Gender Marker Score: 

Approximately 60% of the victims registered with the SLRP are women and girls.

 

PBF Priority Area(s) and Outcomes:

Sierra Leone Reparation Program addresses PBF priority area 2 and specifically 2.5 and 2.8 and, as cross cutting effect, PBF priority area 3 and specifically 3.9. The reparation project will contribute to increase peaceful co-existence, peaceful conflict resolution and economic self reliance of the war victims.

 

Outcomes:

The NaCSA Reparations Directorate has the capacity to deliver reparations to approximately 2,223 war victims based on vulnerability and needs assessment. .

This projects will contribute to improve human dignity and empowering war victims including women and youths through reparations.

 

Outputs and Key Activities:

 

  • NaCSA Reparation Directorate supported for continued delivery of reparation services.

Activities: Continuation of administrative and logistical support to the Reparations Directorate.

 

  • Registered caseload is reviewed and analyzed t o develop: A) a clear policy for the delivery of benefits based on vulnerability criteria; B) a clear sustainability strategy on benefit delivery for different victim’s category.                  

Activities: Finalization of Data Base; issuance of beneficiary cards to approximately 2,223 beneficiaries; Complete data entry and updating information for all 32000+ registered beneficiaries; continuous data analysis; development of benefit delivery processes.

 

  • Benefits are delivered to a number of war victims in line with benefit policy and vulnerability criteria. The phasing out strategy and the available resources to the second phase of the program will also guide the benefit delivery process.

Activities: Training of stakeholders on delivery of benefits and monitoring (NaCSA, members of the National Steering Committee); NaCSA and Bank sign MoU for payment of interim cash assistance and micro grants, delivery of interim cash assistance, delivery of micro-grants renewal of MoUs between NaCSA and health service providers for emergency medical care and assistance to victims of sexual violence.

 

  • Reparations Directorate advocates to sensitize the Government of Sierra Leone on matters related to the sustainability of the reparation programme.

Activities: National Steering Committee meets on policy and advocacy; Quarterly meetings of the Steering Committee; Advocacy for mainstreaming of some benefits like pensions, healthcare and free education  etc into the national services.

 

  • IOM Sierra Leone monitors the programmatic and fiduciary aspects of the SLRP implementation through Program Monitoring Unit.  

Activities: IOM /NaCSA case management monthly meetings; IOM Co-chairs quarterly meetings of the Steering Committee; Ad-hoc field monitoring visits; Reporting.

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