0 RM Collected Of 25000.00 Goal
Project justification and rational:
- As the conflict enters its tenth year, Syria remains one of the most complex and dynamic humanitarian crises in the world today. Since March 2011, more than 800,000 Syrians have lost their lives and over one million have been injured. Close to 5 million Syrians have been forced to leave the country, and 6.3 million are internally displaced, making Syria the largest displacement crisis globally.
- Over 50% of Syrians are unemployed (75% among youth), and 69% of the population lives in extreme poverty, with less than 2$ a day. Widespread disruption of income-generating activities, destruction of infrastructure and public sector jobs, repeated shocks, and multiple displacements have contributed to dangerously high levels of unemployment and reliance on harmful coping strategies to meet basic needs, including depleting savings, selling productive assets, borrowing money, and reducing consumption of food and non-food items. Coupled with inflated prices and fluctuating exchange rates, Syrian households' (HHs) purchasing power is severely weakened, limiting their capacity to meet their basic needs, leading to a majority of Syrian HHs having to rely on negative coping strategies to meet survival needs which can be damaging, unsafe, exploitative or undermine future income earning potential. Administratively, Tal Abyad as sub-district under Tal Abyad district.
The area of our prospective project:
- The total number of populations in Tal Abyad sub-district was 4467 1inhabitants according to the Syrian Central Statistical Office in 2004. In August 2020 the number was 28706 inhabitants, 2780 of them were IDPs based on data that collected by the Humanitarian Needs Assessment Programmer (HNAP). There is a clear need to support the internally displaced people (IDPs) and host communities in Syria through providing agricultural inputs and livestock to improve their living conditions, as efforts to rebuild their livelihoods and promote their resilience. This intervention will contribute to providing livestock (poultry) to support livelihood on a small scale and Providing agricultural inputs (winter vegetable cultivation) in Tal Abyad. Thus, those vulnerable people would be able to promote their resilience, strengthen their self-dependence, improve their live conditions, restore their assets, and enhance their food security.
The project will target both the IDPs and the host community in Tal Abyad city, the project includes two main activities: distributing poultry to IDP families who do not own agricultural lands and supporting the cultivation of 2 dunums with winter vegetables for host community families and IDP families who have access to agricultural lands.
- Women-Headed Households.
- Households with large number of children enrolled in schools or who are not being able to enroll in schools due to family financial situation.
- Households with disabilities.
- Households which are hosting IDPs
- The winter vegetables: We will target 100 beneficiaries each beneficiary will receive through voucher system the following items and quantities to cultivate 2 Donums winter vegetables:
- The winter vegetables: During the period of registering and verifying the vegetables beneficiaries, the procurement committee (logistic, finance, and one of the agriculture specialists) will start to review the markets in the area in order to procure the vegetables seeds, fertilizers and insecticides/fungicides from the vendors to ensure the best quality of seeds. The procurement process will be carried out inside Syria in order to support the local markets in the country. The procurement committee will receive the quotations with closed tender from the vendors. Also, the committee will examine the goods received from each vendor and ensure the quality, record the information on every quotation. Later, the procurement committee will analyze the offers according to the quality and cost-effectiveness then determine the best offer. The team will sign MoU with the winner vendor to provide the vegetables seeds, fertilizers and insecticides/fungicides.
- The poultry: The procurement committee will receive the quotations in closed tender from the vendors one for chicken and another one for chicken feed. Also, the committee will examine the quality of chicken and chicken feed and the recorded information on every quotation. Later, the procurement committee will analyze the offers according to the quality and cost-effectiveness then determine the best offers. The team will sign MoU with the winner vendors to provide the chicken and chicken feed. As contracting with the vendor(s), the official contract will indicate to the obligations, scope of work and termination and sanctions of the procurement. The procurement of the chicken and chicken feed will be from Turkey and sent them to Syria.