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GARISSA COUNTY DISASTER RISK REDUCTION PLAN : (CIDP ANNEX 3)

1.

DROUGHT RISK MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION

Goal
Strategic objective,
2013-2017

Projects/
Programm
es

Objectives

County
Drought &
Disaster
Contingenc
y

To
strengthen
the
institutional
and
financing
framework
for drought
manageme
nt

Establish of
County
disaster
information
center and
Integrated
Drought
Early
Warning
System

To ensure
that early
warning
information
is objective
& relevant
to provide
early
response
and to
inform DRR
planning

Community
organizatio
n (CO)
capacity
developme
nt

Formation
and
strengtheni
ng of
Community
DRR at
Ward levels

Support
Participator
y
disaster/dro
ught risk
assessment
s and

To reduce
disasters/dr
ought
vulnerabilit
y and
enhance
adaptation

Enhanced drought resilience & climate change adaptation


1. To reduce drought vulnerability and enhance adaptation to climate change
2. To provide drought and climate information to facilitate concerted actions by
relevant stakeholders
3. To protect the livelihoods of vulnerable households during drought crises
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4. To ensure coordinated action by government and other stakeholders
5. To develop and apply knowledge management approaches that evidence for
decision-making and practice
i.
To enhance Community organization capacity development
Expected
Output
Imple
Tim
Sour
Bu
Bu
Bu
Bu
Bu
Tot
Outputs
indicator
menti
e
ce of
dg
dg
dg
dg
dg
al
s
ng
fra
fund
et
et
et
et
et
Mill
agenc
me
s
20
20
20
20
20
ion
y
13/
14/
15/
16/
17/
14
15
16
17
18
Mil
Mil
Mil
Mil
Mil
lio
lio
lio
lio
lio
n
n
n
n
n
Establish
County
County
Sept
GoK,
50.
60.
84. 100 120
415
&
Emergenc
Treasur emb
Count
00
00
00
.80
.96
.76
operation
y Fund
y&
er
y
alize
included
NDMA
201
Gover
County
in County
3nmen
Drought &
Integrated
June
t,
Disaster
Plan with
201
WVK,
Emergenc
clear
8
KRCS
y Fund for
administr
&
rapid
ative
Partn
access to
structures
ers
finances
and
for
access
response
criteria
activities.
Disaster
County
County
0.6
0.6
0.5
5.8
0.5
8.3
informatio
Early
Disaste
8
8
2
8
6
3
n hub in
warning
r
place;
guidelines Manag
Methodolo and
ement
gy for
systems;
task
early
EWS
force,
warning
adopted
Met
data
Customize Dept &
collection
d county
NDMA
and
bulletins
analysis
published
improved
Baseline
No. of CO
Count
10
12
14
16
18
70
data on
trained on y Govt,
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
existing
DRR, No.
NDMA,
0
0
0
0
0
0
CO,
of CO DRR WVK,
Communit Action
ASDSP,
y DRR
Plans
SNV &
Action
developed other
Plans
, No. of
partner
CO DRR
s
projects
initiated &
sustained
No. of
No. of
County
Sept
GoK,
1.1
1.3
1.2
1.3
1.0
6.0
wards
ward DRR
Govt,
emb
KRDP2
1
2
0
7
3
with plans
plans
NDMA,
er
EU,
incorporat
incorporat WVK,
201
Count
ing
ed in
ASDSP
3y
disaster/d
County
June
Govt.,
rought
integrated
201
WFP,

|1

analyses at
community
level for
mainstream
ing into
county
plans
Support to
the Wards
for selected
DRR
projects for
vulnerable
groups

to climate
change

risk
reduction

plan

To support
resilience
among
vulnerable
groups

reduced
number of
household
s
requiring
famine
relief

Integrated
knowledge
manageme
nt
programme
s for DRR

To expose
the county
leadership
to national
and
internation
al DRR
forums
To facilitate
systems of
drought
emergency
financing &
response to
drought
risk; to
invest in
strategic
preparedne
ss and
response
activities
To ensure
coordinated
action by
county govt
&
stakeholder
s in
drought
manageme
nt

An
informed
critical
mass
among
county
leadership
on DRR
A
standard
operating
system
and a
wellequipped
standing
response
team in
place

No. of
vulnerabl
e people
benefiting
; No. of
communit
y
assets/mi
croprojects
implemen
ted
No. of
national &
internatio
nal DRR
forums
attended

Protect the
livelihoods
of
vulnerable
households
during
drought.

A function
standard
operating
system
and
response
team

County
Govt,
WVK,
NDMA,
ASDSP

Sept
emb
er
201
3June
201
8

County
Govt,
NDMA
&
Other
partner
agenci
es
NDMA,
WVK,
KRCS,
ASDSP,
County
plannin
g unit

Sept
emb
er
201
3June
201
8
Sept
emb
er
201
3June
201
8

Establish
Strong
Coordinati NDMA,
Sept
and
coordinati
on
County
emb
support the
on
structure
Commi
er
various
structure
in place;
ssioner
201
County
cascaded
level of
's
3DRR
to ward
alignment
office
June
committees
and
to MTP
&
201
(Policy and
village
County
8
resource
level
Govt.,
mobilizatio
n,
monitoring,
implementa
tion and
technical
subcommittees
)
TOTAL: DROUGHT RISK MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION

WVK,
KRCS,
Other
devel
opme
nt
Partn
ers

GoK,
Count
y
Gover
nmen
t,
ASDS
P,
WVK,
KRCS
&
Other
Partn
ers

150
Page
.00

30.
00

30.
00

30.
00

30.
00

30.
00

5.0
0

5.0
0

5.0
0

5.0
0

5.0
0

25.
00

40.
00

30.
00

20.
00

20.
00

20.
00

130
.00

3.0
0

3.5
0

4.0
0

4.5
0

5.0
0

20.
00

22
9.8
0

25
0.4
9

28
4.7
4

32
7.4
9

36
2.5
9

145
5.1
2

2. SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS
Goal
To create community resilience and adaptive sustainable livelihoods
Strategic Objectives,
1. To strengthen livelihood adaptive capacities and improve community
2013-2018
resilience to drought and peace dividends
2

|2

Projects/
Programm
es

Objectives

Expected
Outputs

Support
abattoir
and
tannery in
subcounties
HQS

To improve
production
&
marketing
of meat
and leather
products
and
enhance
intercounty
trade

Meat and
leather
value
chain
developed

Livestock
insurance
scheme

To sensitize
on
livestock
insurance
scheme
and
promote
commercial
off-takes

Range
rehabilitatio
n, fodder
production
and
conservatio
n/banking

To ensure
continuous
availability
of livestock
feed

Produce
and
preserve
1000 ha
of fodder.
in subcounties

Garissa
County
investment
Fund for
arid/pastor
al zones

To promote
entreprene
urship and
employmen
t in the
county

To
stablish &
operation
alize
garissa
investmen
t fund

Access to
high quality
drought
tolerant &
early
maturing
crop seed
in drought
prone areas

To promote
production
and
marketing
of drought
tolerant
crops

Establish
county
system for
linking to

To promote
livestock
marketing

Communit
ies risk
reduction
in
livestock
productio
n sector

Production
of drought
tolerant
and early
maturing
crops
increased

Livestock
marketing
agency
operation

Output
indicator
s

Volume
of meat
and
leather
products
marketed
from
County

Livestock
insurance
scheme
and
commerci
al off-take
by
organized
auction
operation
al
Ha of
land
reclaimed
from
Prosopis
julifera

No.
businesse
s
benefittin
g from the
fund

No. of
farmers
accessing
and
planting
high
quality
seeds of
drought
tolerant
crops
Livestock
marketing
county
strategic

Imple
menti
ng
agenc
y

Tim
e
fra
me

Depart
ments
of
Livesto
ck
develo
pment,
Trade
and
industr
y,
ASDSP

Sept
emb
er
201
3June
201
8

Depart
ments
of
Livesto
ck
develo
pment
and
ASDSP

Sept
emb
er
201
3June
201
8

Depart
ment
of
livesto
ck
develo
pment
NDMA
&
ASDSP

Sept
emb
er
201
3June
201
8

County
Govt.

Sept
emb
er
201
3June
201
8

Ministr
y of
Agricul
ture &
Develo
pment
partner
s

Sept
emb
er
201
3June
201
8

Depart
ment
of

Sept
emb
er

So
urc
e
of
fu
nd
s

Budg
et
2013/
14
Millio
n

Bu
dg
et
20
14/
15
Mil
lio
n

Bu
dg
et
20
15/
16
Mil
lio
n

Bu
dg
et
20
16/
17
Mil
lio
n

Bu
dg
et
20
17/
18
Mil
lio
n

Tot
al
Mill
ion

Co
unt
y
go
vt.,
AS
DS
P,
de
vel
op
me
nt
par
tne
rs

26.00

21.
67

19.
12

10.
98

12.
38

90.
15

8.70

9.5
7

10.
43

10.
87

10.
87

50.
43

Co
unt
y
go
vt.,
NIB
,
KV
DA,
Min
istr
y
i/c
wa
ter,
ND
MA
,
AS
DS
P,
WF
P,
WV
K&
oth
er
par
tne
rs

40.00

40.
00

33.
33

33.
33

33.
33

180
.00

2.00

3.0
0

4.0
0

5.0
0

6.0
0

20.
00

3.26

3.2
6

2.6
1

2.1
7

2.1
7

13.
48

4.40

3.3
7

3.3
9

3.3
9

1.2
2

15.
77

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Livestock
Marketing
Board
(LMB)

Support the
planned
water
harvesting
for
irrigation
schemes

Support
community
initiatives
for water
harvesting
and
storage
dam and
expanding
command
lands

Sustainable
agriculture
and
fisheries

Support
community
initiatives
for water
harvesting
and
storage
and
expanding
of irrigation
command
lands

alized to
give
strategic
direction
for
livestock
productio
n and
marketing
Water
supply for
irrigation
and
livestock
productio
n
sustained

Water
supply for
irrigation,
fish and
livestock
productio
n
sustained.
Promote
emerging
livestock.

TOTAL: SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS

plan
published
and
endorsed

livesto
ck
develo
pment
&
ASDSP

201
3June
201
8

Page | 4
Water
storage
capacity
and
command
land
increased;
Formalizat
ion of
grass root
water
governan
ce
structures
Water
storage
capacity
and
command
land
increased;
Formalizat
ion of
grass root
water
governan
ce
structures
, No. and
types of
emerging
livestock
adapted
and their
productio
n volumes

NIB,
Ministr
y i/c
water,
NDMA

NIB,
Ministr
y i/c
water,
NDMA,
WVK,
ASDSP

Sept
emb
er
201
3June
201
8

28.84

28.
84

33.
00

35.
50

28.
00

154
.18

30.00

30.
00

30.
00

30.
00

30.
00

150
.00

14
1.8
8

13
5.2
5

12
5.9
8

694
.02

Sept
emb
er
201
3June
201
8

153.2
0

3. PEACE AND HUMAN SECURITY


Goal
Peace and Human Security
Strategic Objectives,
1. To strengthen the intra & inter-county peace and
2013-2018
Projects/P
Objectives Expected
Output
Imple
Tim
So
Budg
rogramme
Outputs
indicator
menti
e
urc et
s
s
ng
fra
e
2013/
agenc
me
of
14
y
fu
Millio
nd
n
s

14
7.7
0

security infrastructure
Bu
dg
et
20
14/
15
Mil
lio
n

Bu
dg
et
20
15/
16
Mil
lio
n

Bu
dg
et
20
16/
17
Mil
lio
n

Bu
dg
et
20
17/
18
Mil
lio
n

Tot
al
Mill
ion

Strengthen
intra- and
intercounty
peace and
security
infrastructu
re i

To enhance
the
capacity of
local peace
structures
to respond
to conflict

Enhance
resources
available
for Law
Enforceme
nt agencies
within the
county
(Fuel,
Vehicles,
etc)

Support
operationali
zation of
community
dispute
resolution
(CDR)
mechanism

Establish
ment and
operation
alization
of county
peace
secretaria
t, conflict
early
warning
and
response
hub
Increased
capacity
of LEAs
for rapid
response
to
conflict/in
security.

CDR
mechanis
m
establishe
d

County
peace
secretaria
t, conflict
early
warning
and
response
hub
establishe
d

Ministr
y i/c
securit
y,
County
govt.,
NSIS,
NSC,
NDMA

July
201
3June
201
8

No. of
standby
vehicles
for LEAs
supplied
by County
govt.
initiatives;
Stockpile
of fuel for
conflict/in
security
monitorin
g and
response ;
Support
for
communit
y policing
initiatives
CDR
linked to
alternativ
e dispute
resolution
framewor
k in the
Constituti
on of
Kenya
2010

Ministr
y i/c
securit
y,
County
govt.,
NSIS,
NSC,
NDMA

Sept
emb
er
201
3June
201
8

Ministr
y i/c
securit
y,
County
govt.,
State
Law
Office,
Judiciar
y,
NSC,
NDMA

July
201
3June
201
8

TOTAL : PEACE & HUMAN SECURITY

Min
istr
y
i/c
sec
urit
y,
Co
unt
y
go
vt.,
NSI
S,
NS
C,
Sta
te
La
w
Offi
ce,
Jud
icia
ry,
ND
MA
,
WV
K

19.57

14.
22

8.7
0

8.2
6

8.7
8

59.
52

Page | 5

6.52

6.5
2

6.5
2

6.5
2

6.5
2

32.
61

3.48

2.6
1

2.1
7

1.7
4

1.3
0

11.
30

29.57

23.
35

17.
39

16.
52

16.
61

103
.43

7. Partnership and coordination leadership on DRR activities.


Goal
To create partnership and foster coordinated DRR programmes.
Strategic
1. To capitalize on synergies and avoid duplication of efforts for efficiency of resource
objectives
utilization.
Projects/P
rogramme
s

2. To strengthen the technical


Objectives Expected Output
Outputs
indicator
s

Minimum
duplicatio
n of
geographi
cal and
communit

At least 75
% of
stakeholder
s dealing in
DRR, CCA
and social

Identify
and map
out
stakehold
ers
dealing in

stakeholde
rs map

working groups and County DRR coordination structures.


Imple
Tim
So
Bud Bud Bud Bu
Bu
Tot
menti
e
urc get
get
get
dg
dg
al
ng
fra
e
201
201
201
et
et
Mill
agenc
me
of
3/1
4/1
5/1
20
20
ion
y
fun 4
5
6
16/
17/
ds
Mill
Mill
Mill
17
18
ion
ion
ion
Mil
Mil
lio
lio
n
n
County
Sept Cou
1.80
Govt,
emb nty
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
NDMA
er
gov 6
6
6
6
6
201
t,
3
ND
June MA,

y
targeting
for same
activity

Constant
technical
advice/Joint
finance of
community
projects

protection
activities
are
mapped
and DRR
coordinatio
n structure
clearly
defined

75 % of
stakeholder
s share
necessary
GIS and
DRR
information
with the
County
Disaster
Risk
Information
Centre
collation/di
sseminatio
n
in 50% of
the subcounties ,
stakeholder
s have
signed to
minimum
of 2
sectorbased
collaboratio
n MOU

At least 3
DRR
proposal
developed
jointly with
stakeholder
s for
multiplefinancing

DRR, CCA
and social
protection
.
Establish
county
level
technical
working
groups
Strengthe
n the
existing
subcounty(DS
G)
technical
working
groups
Carry out
basic GIS,
Food
Security
and
Disaster
Managem
ent data
collection
and
analysis
for
stakehold
ers
Establish
sector
based
MOUs for
collaborat
ion/financi
ng
agreemen
ts among
stakehold
ers.

Develop
joint
proposal
for
resource
mobilizati
on and
fundraisin
g
activities

201
8
1 CSG and
1 CMDRC

County
Govt,
NDMA

4DSGs/SCG
s

County
Govt,
NDMA

At least 2
basic GIS
trainings
carried out

Count
y
Govt,
NDMA

Sept
emb
er
201
3
June
201
8

1
meeting/
sector for
4 sectors
to
develop
collaborati
on MOU( 4
MEETINGS)
- start with
2 subcounty
2-day
workshop
for all
stakeholde
rs to ratify
the sector
specific
MOUs

Sept
emb
er
201
3
June
201
8

3
propos
al
develo
ped
and
shared

Sept
emb
er
201
3
June
201
8
Sept
emb
er
201
3
June
201
8

WV
K,
oth
er
par
tne
rs

0.3
6

0.3
6

0.3
6

0.3
6

0.3
6

0.6
6

0.6
6

0.6
6

0.6
6

0.6
6

0.1
5

0.1
5

0.1
5

0.1
5

0.1
5

0.1
5

0.1
5

0.1
5

0.1
5

0.1
5

0.1
9

0.1
9

0.1
9

0.1
9

0.1
9

0.1
2

0.1
2

0.1
2

0.1
2

0.1
2

1.8
0

Page | 6
3.3
0

0.7
5

0.7
5

0.9
5

0.6
0

50% of
monitoring/
surveys/rev
iews done
in
collaboratio
n with
stakeholder
s
Reputable,
knowledgeabl
e and
proactive
CDRMC

At least
60% of
assessment
outputs
communica
ted to all
stakeholder
s on time

minimum
of 4
projects
with joint
NDMA/stak
eholder
financing
supported/r
unning
within the
county

CDRMC
projects/act
ivity
branding
and
visibility

Promote
joint
monitorin
g, peer
review/lea
rning
sessions
and
baseline
surveys
Strengthe
n
informatio
n sharing
and
feedback
mechanis
m, timely
productio
n and
dissemina
tion of
early
warning
bulletins
and
publicatio
ns
CDRMC
support to
County
and
National
Govt
projects

2 joint
missio
ns

Support
internal
proposal
developm
ent/desig
ns for
resource
mobilizati
on and
fundraisin
g for CDC
managed
DRR
activities
Productio
n of
project
and office
sign
boards,
staff
business
cards,
staff
identificat
ion cards,
T-shirts,
shirts,
caps,
goodwill
cards,
etc.

No. of
propos
als for
resourc
e
mobiliz
ation

Sept
emb
er
201
3
June
201
8

No. of
bulletin
s and
assess
ment
reports
shared

Sept
emb
er
201
3
June
201
8

Various

Sept
emb
er
201
3
June
201
8
Sept
emb
er
201
3
June
201
8

No. of
Tshirts,
banner
s, sign
board,
caps,
websit
e

Sept
emb
er
201
3
June
201
8

0.5
0

0.5
0

0.5
0

0.5
0

0.5
0

2.5
0

Page | 7

0.8
4

0.8
4

0.8
4

0.8
4

0.8
4

0.2
0

0.2
0

0.2
0

0.2
0

0.2
0

0.3
2

0.3
2

0.3
2

0.3
2

0.3
2

1.5
0

1.5
0

1.5
0

1.5
0

1.5
0

4.2
0

1.0
0

1.6
0

7.5
0

(Lumpsu
m)

Page | 8
Support
identificat
ion of
lobby/adv
ocacy
themes
to rally
stakehold
ers
around
Support
own/stake
holder
midterm/End
term
project
evaluatio
n
Total; Partnership and Coordination Leadership

Sept
emb
er
201
3
June
201
8

0.6
5

0.6
5

0.6
5

0.6
5

0.6
5

3.2
5

Sept
emb
er
201
3
June
201
8

1.0
0

1.0
0

1.0
0

1.0
0

1.0
0

5.0
0

7.0
0

7.0
0

7.0
0

7.0
0

7.0
0

3.5
0

888
.11

107
8.3
1

1,2
52.
69

1,3
06.
69

12
01.
76

5,7
06.
05

GRAND TOTAL