Support for Health, Access to Water, Hygiene, Sanitation and Governance for Nutrition 11th EDF for the Government of Chad


EDF National Authorizing Officer


Chad has since then placed In recent years, the fight against malnutrition has been high on the agenda of the SUN movement, the REACH coordination and the European Commission. ACT, the adoption of corresponding policies and strategies, and the holding in April 2015 of a National Forum on Nutrition and Food. The support of the EU is aligned with the relevant NDP axes and sectoral strategies
concerned, in particular the National Nutrition and Food Policy
(PNNA), the National Health Development Plan-2 (PNDS2), the National Health Development Strategy
National Social Welfare System (SNPS) and the National Investment Plan of the Rural Sector (PNISR).

It will aim to support these policies, in particular the following aspects :

1. improving health and nutrition for the most vulnerable populations.
vulnerable through preventive actions and nutritional care (in particular, by improving access to primary health care for women
pregnant / breastfeeding and children under 5 years of age)

2. improving access to drinking water and sanitation, combined with the hygiene awareness and information

3. sustainable and diversified increase in food production both for
crops than livestock, a better control of resources (land,
soil fertility, water, energy) in the context of climate change, by
combining local development and industry

4. the opening up (rehabilitation and maintenance of rural tracks to support the development of the agricultural commodity chains, access to markets, redistribution of surpluses employment and local purchasing power, access to food services, employment and local purchasing power, access to base)

5. restoration and strengthening livelihoods and resilience, access to services and food for the poorest.

The overall objective of the mission is to contribute to the operationalization of sector 1 of Chad’s 11th EDF NIP.

On based on the investment options and implementation methods selected at the end of the year.

At the end of the identification phase (in progress) :

1. Contribute to the formulation of the package of interventions aimed at the specific objectives 3 and 1 of Sector 1, in full consistency with the NIP and the policies
Chad’s national and sectoral policies, based on a multidimensional approach.
Confirm the technical and financial feasibility of the proposed interventions, and their sustainability in all three dimensions: economic, social and financial, as well as their validation by stakeholders.

2. Prepare the corresponding project documents for financing under the 11th EDF, namely the action document – formulation part, the Technical and Administrative Provisions (DTAs) of the financing agreement(s) and annexes such as logical framework, time schedule and detailed budget.


1.Trial and update,
through a participatory and inclusive approach in each region, contextualizing
Problems and solutions (problem tree and objective tree –
solutions), as well as to the prioritization of actions (corresponding to the three
OS1 & 3 components concerned, with an emphasis on the community approach)

Result achieved : Problem & solution trees realized/updated by region

2. Description of the parties
stakeholders, target groups (with gender analysis and categorization of target groups) and
vulnerable groups) and TFPs/stakeholders in each region and in support of institutional/governance at the central level of each Technical Ministry involved; update of the mapping of actors and interventions in nutrition and WASH in progress and/or programmed by the other TFPs in order to put in place
highlighting the potential complementarities and synergies in terms of
investments in infrastructure and support actions.

Result achieved: thematic mapping for the target regions.

3. Based on FIRST5 technical assistance and on the results of the capacity analysis of the institutions involved (Bottleneck analysis and Capacity gap assessment)
undertaken by UNICEF and/or REACH and CNNTA in 2015; proposal from the options for institutional anchoring at both central and decentralized levels, analysis of the governance and budgeting deficits in the nutritional health and WASH; prioritization of strengthening actions, of sustainable support and accompaniment.

Result achieved: Argument in report

4. Budget proposal
indicative of investments and accompanying measures as well as an indicative distribution between the different components to optimize efficiency, efficiency and potential for measurable and attributable safety impact nutrition

Result Achieved: Argument in report

5. Proposal of terms and conditions
optimal implementation of EU support, adapted to the context of each region, with a reasoned analysis of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and (SWOT analysis) to optimize the effectiveness, efficiency and risks (SWOT analysis) impacts of investments in terms of nutritional security, as well as the management of both financial and human resources

Result Achieved: Argument in report

6. Analysis and proposal of
support for local development/community health in the target regions, and in the nutrition security sector; ensuring continuity with
the previous support granted by the EU (ECHO and DUE) in the sectors of health, nutrition and WASH.

Result achieved: Argument in report

7. Proposal for a system of
monitoring-evaluation of the program based on objective indicators
context and an empirical, quantitative and verifiable approach in relation to the context. qualitative,

Result Achieved: Logical framework in the Report

8. Calculation of the allowance
the overall budget of a financing agreement(s) for SO1, and
OS3 and details of the specific budgets that will be allocated to each
sub-component and each action of the intervention

Result achieved: Budget in Report

9. Description of mechanisms
simple and realistic management and coordination mechanisms, and
recommended linkages, particularly with humanitarian interventions.
and structuring development interventions.

Result achieved: Argument in report

10. Analysis and proposal of support and accompanying measures for governance and budgeting for the
nutritional security, including support for the implementation of sectoral policies and monitoring of their results; analysis and, where appropriate, proposal of the support to promote cross-sectoral policy dialogue.

Outcome Achieved: Argument in report

11. Elaboration of the elements and data, as well as the argumentation necessary for the “formulation” part of the Action Document and the DTAs b) Finalization of the AD and the DTAs

12. Organization of a workshop
restitution of the work of the mission / validation of the proposed program (elements for DA and DTA).

Result achieved: Workshop + validated minutes (with attendance list).


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