Summary Logical Framework

Narrative Summary Verifiable Indicators Means of Verification Assumptions/Risks/Remarks

Goal

Contribute to the reduction of poverty in Gwadar and Lasbela districts

  • % reduction in poverty levels in project districts
  • % reduction wastage of fish catch
  • No. of households with improvement in household assets and income
  • % increase in general hygiene, and reduction in child malnutrition
  • No. of merchants to whom fish is sold
  • Share of price paid to producer
  • Baseline survey
  • Poverty Score Cards
  • Surveys at completion
  • Fisheries Dept data

Political and economic stability and

Security.

Purpose

Increase incomes and enhance the

livelihoods of poor rural and Fisherman households in the project area

  • Number of households with increase in incomes
  • % of households graduate to higher bands as per poverty score card
  • approach
  • Poverty Score Cards
  • Household surveys at baseline & completion
No significant reduction is fish catch from disease or fish stocks in the project districts.

Outputs

Community development: community mobilization; enhanced capacity for sustainable livelihoods; enhanced capacity for employment and productive self-employment

Outcomes (RIMS 2nd Level) in italics

  • No. of COs/VOs formed or strengthened
  • No of COs operational/functional
  • No. of COs/VOs with women in leadership positions
  • No. of CO members accessing CO-managed financial services
  • No. of active borrowers for fisher folk related product
  • No of CO members received vocational training (gender disaggregated)
  • No of women receive poultry/ruminant packages
  • % of households with increased incomes and asset by PY6
  • NRSP progress reports
  • Participatory (social mobilization) monitoring reports
  • Progress reports
Social & cultural barriers that prevent the poor & women from participating in COs Coordinated & integrated delivery as per expressed needs of the poor Sufficient qualified staff available

Fisheries development:

Improved infrastructure; increased productivity, reduced wastage, strengthened local capacity

  • No. of landing sites improved/ constructed after 3 years
  • % of total amount allocated for landing sites utilized by the end of first, second and midterm review.
  • No of support facilities for landing sites developed after 3 years
  • No of participatory management teams established for landing sites and protocols developed
  • No of fishermen trained in better catch handling and sale
  • No of small boats refurbished/ provided with improved storage
  • No of fishermen adopt improve catch handling / hygiene
  • No. fishers with decrease the wastage rate
  • Fisheries management plan formulated
  • Plan for Landing site management by fishermen developed by midterm review.
  • Fishermen cooperatives./ representative bodies take full charge of landing sites during the last year of project.
  • Fisheries Department Reports
  • Fisheries Department data

Implementation as per planned Schedule Communities participate in entire cycle including O & M

Rural Infrastructure:

increased access between communities, fish landing sites and national highways ; enhanced access to basic services through CPIs

  • No & km of roads constructed/rehabilitated
  • 25% during the first two years and 40% of the total allocation for road component utilized by Mid Term review.
  • Rainwater harvesting systems constructed
  • No of communities and households connected
  • No of CPI schemes supported (by type)
  • % of CPI scheme with O&M mechanism
  • 50% of total allocation for CPIs utilized by midterm review.
  • C&W Progress reports
  • PMU reports
  • Community feedback, evaluations

Implementation as per planned schedule Communities participate in entire cycle including O&M

Project Management:

project efficiently managed, monitored

  • Timely recruitment of competent staff
  • Gender Ratio of PMU staff (% women)
  • Disbursement Rate according to schedule
  • Periodic reports, studies, workshops & other events
Project reports

Project staff are recruited on merit and retained for the duration of the project.

Activities

  1. Community development: community mobilization, asset creation, capacity building, technical & vocational training;
  2. Fisheries development: construction of landing sites and support facilities, Support to fishing communities, institutional capacity building & sustainable fisheries management, community managed financial services;