Indicator Performance Tracking Table (IPTT) FY09–FY14

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Attachment A: INDICATOR PERFORMANCE TRACKING TABLE (IPTT) FY09-FY14
Indicator1
Desired Baseline2
direction
of
change
(+) or (-)
Year 1 (FY09/10)
Target
Achieved
Year 2 (FY11)
Target
Met
Target
Achieved
%
Year 3 (FY12)
Target
Met
Target
%
Achieved
Year 4 (FY13)
Target
Met
Target
%
Achieved
Year 5 (FY14)
Target
Met
Target
Achieved
%
LOA
Target
Met
Target
%
Goal: Reduced food insecurity of 214,974 chronically food insecure households in 39 Traditional Authorities within five livelihood zones in Southern Malawi by 2014
SO1: 170,724 vulnerable households have improved maternal and child health, and nutrition status
1.1. Percentage of stunted
(HAZ < -2) children 6-59
months of age (Impact)
(Population) (FFP) (GoM –
MoAFS)3
-
42%
36%
36%
1.2. Percentage of
underweight (WAZ < -2)
children 0-59 months of
age (Impact) (Population)
(FFP) (GoM – MoAFS)4
-
21%
16%
16%
1.3. Percentage of
children aged 0-59
months in Growth
Monitoring and
Promotion (GMP) gaining
weight in past 3 months
(Impact) (Beneficiary)
(FFP)
+
60%
66%
64%
97%
69%
72%
75%
75%
74%
(70%)
77%
(73%)
80%
(75%)
80%
(75%)
IR1.1: 170,724 vulnerable households have improved maternal and child health, and nutrition practices
1.1.1. Percentage of
children aged 0-5 months
who are fed exclusively
with breast milk
(Outcome) (FFP ) (GoM
– MoAFS)
+
65%
71%
67%
94%
All IR level indicators are measured annually at beneficiary level, except the outcome level indicators which will be measured from year2 (WALA does not expect changes in the outcome indicators at beneficiary
level in year1 as the project intervention shall reach beneficiaries only towards end of year1)
2 WALA Baseline Survey 2009.
3 FFP: Food for Peace of USAID/W, GoM – MoAFS: Government of Malawi – Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security, IEE: Initial Environment Examination, Mission: USAID/Malawi are the stakeholders who
need the indicator data.
4 Data for FFP will be compiled for children aged 0-59 months where as that for MoAFS will be compiled for children aged 6-59 months
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Achieved
Indicator1
Desired Baseline2
direction
of
change
(+) or (-)
Year 1 (FY09/10)
Target
Achieved
Year 2 (FY11)
Target
Met
Target
Achieved
%
Year 3 (FY12)
Target
Met
Target
%
Achieved
Year 4 (FY13)
Target
Met
Target
%
Achieved
Year 5 (FY14)
Target
Met
Target
%
Achieved
LOA
Target
Met
Target
%
1.1.2. Percentage of
children aged 6-23
months who receive a
minimum acceptable diet
apart from breast milk
(continued breast
feeding, age appropriate
dietary diversity and age
appropriate frequency of
feeding) (Outcome)
(FFP) (GoM – MoAFS)
+
12%
24%
22%
92%
30%
36%
42%
42%
1.1.3. Percentage of
caregivers of children
aged 0-59 months
demonstrating proper
environmental hygiene
behaviours (use of
latrines, hand washing
and correct use of LLIT
bed nets) (Outcome)
(FFP) (IEE) (GoM –
MoAFS)
+
6%
15%
17%
113%
20%
25%
30%
30%
1.1.4. Percentage of
households reporting
utilization of one or more
fuel efficient cooking
technologies (such as
fuel efficient stoves, solar
dryers, fireless cookers,
replacing firewood with
maize husks, etc)
(Outcome) (IEE)
+
2%
10%
4%
40%
25%
40%
50%
50%
(12%)
(20%)
(25%
(25%
1.1.5. Number
(cumulative) of
households with at least
one member participates
in care group (Output)
(WALA)
+
0
63,000 91,648
145 130,000 138,609 107% 170,724
170,724
170,724
170,724
1.1.6. Number
(cumulative) of children
reached by USGsupported nutrition
programs (Output)
(Mission)
+
0
65,200 84,204
129 122,890 131,428 107% 174,940
174,940
174,940
174,940
WALA IPTT FY09-FY14 for ARR submission (November 7, 2011)
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Achieved
Indicator1
Desired Baseline2
direction
of
change
(+) or (-)
Year 1 (FY09/10)
Target
Achieved
Year 2 (FY11)
Target
Met
Target
Achieved
%
Year 3 (FY12)
Target
Met
Target
Achieved
%
Year 4 (FY13)
Target
Met
Target
%
Achieved
Year 5 (FY14)
Target
Met
Target
%
Achieved
LOA
Target
Met
Target
%
IR1.2: 170,724 vulnerable households have increased use of quality maternal and child health, and nutrition services
1.2.1. Percentage of
children aged 0-59
months regularly
attended growth
monitoring sessions
(Outcome) (WALA)
+
41%
50%
51%
102%
60%
70%
80%
80%
1.2.2. Percentage of
mothers of children aged
0–11 months who
received Vitamin A
supplement within 8
weeks of delivery of the
child (Outcome) (WALA)
+
64%
70%
69%
99%
74%
78%
80%
80%
1.2.3. Percentage of
children aged 0–11
months whose births
were attended by skilled
health personnel
(Outcome) (WALA)
+
78%
82%
86%
105%
83%
(89%)
84%
(92%)
85%
(95%)
85%
(95%)
1.2.4. Number
(cumulative) of people
trained in child health
and nutrition through
USG-supported health
area programs,
disaggregated by gender
(Output) (Mission)
+
0
6,520
8,234
126
12,289 14,188
115%
17,494
17,494
17,494
17,494
(18,000)
(18,000)
(18,000)
(18,000)
Female
+
0
3,912
7,747
198
7,373
12,781
173%
Male
+
0
2,608
487
19
4,916
1,497
30%
10,496
10,496
10,496
10,496
(14,500)
(14,500)
(14,500)
(14,500)
6,998
6,998
6,998
6,998
(3,500)
(3,500)
(3,500)
(3,500)
11.0
11.0
SO2: 147,500 smallholder farming households have improved livelihood status
2.1. Months of adequate
household food
provisioning (Impact)
(Population) (FFP)
+
9
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Achieved
Indicator1
Desired Baseline2
direction
of
change
(+) or (-)
Year 1 (FY09/10)
Target
Achieved
Year 2 (FY11)
Target
Met
Target
Achieved
%
2.2. Average Household
Dietary Diversity Score
(HDDS) (Impact)
(Population) (FFP) (GoM
– MoAFS)5
+
Year 3 (FY12)
Target
Met
Target
%
Achieved
Year 4 (FY13)
Target
Met
Target
Achieved
Year 5 (FY14)
Target
Met
%
Target
%
4
Achieved
LOA
Target
Met
Target
%
9
9
IR2.1: 147,500 smallholder farming households have improved crop production practices
2.1.1a Percentage of
beneficiary households
using 3 out of 5 WALA
promoted sustainable
crop cultivation
technologies (outcome)
(WALA)6
2.1.1b Percentage of
beneficiary households
using two of the three
WALA promoted soil
conservation
technologies (outcome)
(WALA)7
2.1.1c Percentage of
beneficiary households
using post harvest
handling and post
harvest storage
technologies (outcome)
(WALA)
+
27%
35%
30%
86%
45%
(40%)
55%
(45%)
65%
(50%)
65%
(50%)
+
12%
15%
16%
106%
25%
45%
60%
60%
+
34%
40%
41%
103%
45%
50%
55%
55%
HDDS for FFP will be compiled for 12 food groups suggested by FANTA whereas HDDS for MoAFS will be compiled for six food groups suggested by the ministry
The five sustainable agriculture technologies are - 1) quality seeds, 2) crop rotation, 3) inter-cropping, 4) minimum tillage and 5) mulching
7
Three soil conservation technologies are – 1) Fertilizer trees, 2) contour ridges, box ridges and bunds, and 3) vertiver grass.
5
6
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Achieved
Indicator1
Desired Baseline2
direction
of
change
(+) or (-)
Year 1 (FY09/10)
Target
Achieved
Year 2 (FY11)
Target
Met
Target
Achieved
%
Year 3 (FY12)
Target
Met
Target
%
Achieved
Year 4 (FY13)
Target
Met
Target
%
Achieved
Year 5 (FY14)
Target
Met
Target
%
Achieved
LOA
Target
Met
Target
%
2.1.2. Percentage of
beneficiaries (individual
farmers) using at least 2
of 4 WALA-promoted
Integrated Pest
Management
technologies8 (Outcome)
(IEE) (GoM – MoAFS)
+
9%
15%
10%
67%
20%
25%
30%
30%
2.1.3. Percentage of
irrigation sites installing
two or more WALA
promoted design
considerations9
(Outcome) (WALA) (IEE)
+
0
80%
100%
125%
80%
80%
100%
100%
2.1.4. Percentage of
water users committees
using two or more WALA
promoted operational
practices10 (Outcome)
(WALA) (IEE)
+
0
80%
42%
53%
80%
80%
100%
100%
2.1.5. Number
(cumulative) of hectares
of land brought under
irrigation by WALA
activities (Outcome)
(WALA) (GoM – MoAFS)
+
0
200
220
110%
300
400
500
500
2.1.6. Number of new
technologies or
management practices
made available for
transfer as a result of
USG assistance11
(Output) (Mission)
+
0
26
23
88%
26
26
26
26
22
15
60
WALA promoted IPM practices include mechanical, cultural, crop rotation, use of non-chemical/organic pest control products
promoted small-scale irrigation design considerations include, but are not limited to: lined canals, drip systems, adequate field drainage structures, vegetative cover, and shutoff valves.
10 Small-scale irrigation WALA promoted operational practices include, but are not limited to: volume-based (or other) use fee, high-frequency, low-flow watering schedule, structure maintenance, clearing of
weeds and sediment, periodic drainage of waterlogged fields, periodic flushing out of canals to remove snails.
11 The list of technologies and practices include all those listed under 2.1.1a, 2.1.1b, 2.1.1c, 2.1.2, 2.1.3 and 2.1.4.
8
9WALA
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Achieved
Indicator1
Desired Baseline2
direction
of
change
(+) or (-)
Year 1 (FY09/10)
Target
Achieved
Year 2 (FY11)
Target
Met
Target
Achieved
%
Year 3 (FY12)
Target
Met
Target
%
Achieved
Year 4 (FY13)
Target
Met
Target
%
Achieved
Year 5 (FY14)
Target
Met
Target
%
Achieved
LOA
Target
Met
Target
%
2.1.7. Number
(cumulative) of
individuals who have
received USG supported
short-term agriculture
sector productivity
training, disaggregated
by gender (Output)
(Mission)
+
0
21,000 20,291
97
52,500 60,097
114% 102,500
147,500
147,500
147,500
Female
+
0
12,600 12,547
100
31,500 37,260
118% 61,500
88,500
88,500
88,500
Male
+
0
8,400
92
21,000 22,837
109% 41,000
59,000
59,000
59,000
332,175
(1.0mn)
682,030
(1.5mn)
1.05mn
(2.0mn)
1.05mn
(2.5mn)
60%
80%
(65%)
(75%)
80%
80%
7,744
IR2.2: 103,400 smallholder farming households have increased use of financial services
2.2.1. Total savings
(cumulative) deposits
held by USG assisted
microfinance institutions.
(Outcome) (Mission)
+
0
2.2.2. Percentage of
Village Savings & Loan
group members who
used loans or savings to
establish productive
investments12(Outcome)
(WALA) (GoM – MoAFS)
+
0%
2.2.3. Number
(cumulative) of clients at
USG assisted microfinance institutions,
disaggregated by gender
(Output) (Mission)
+
0
5,170
9,500
184
20,680 23,363
113% 72,380
103,400
103,400
103,400
Female
+
0
3,102
7,267
234
12,408 20,021
161% 43,428
62,040
62,040
62,040
Male
+
0
2,068
2,233
108
8,272
40%
41,360
41,360
41,360
17,475 107,833
617 187,000 755,420 404%
30%
53%
3,342
177%
28,952
IR2.3: 20,600 smallholder farming households have engaged in commercial marketing.
Productive Investment such as agro-enterprises (poultry, fish. etc.), other micro-enterprises or to purchase agriculture inputs. For MoAFS the data will be compiled only for agriculture production and natural
resources management purposes related use.
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Achieved
Desired Baseline2
direction
of
change
(+) or (-)
Indicator1
Year 1 (FY09/10)
Target
Achieved
Year 2 (FY11)
Target
Met
Target
Achieved
%
2.3.1. Percentage of
beneficiaries (individual
farmers) who cultivated
at least two of five WALA
promoted priority
products13 (Outcome)
(WALA)
+
38%
2.3.2 Number
(cumulative) of
individuals enrolled in
WALA assisted
marketing groups
(Output) (WALA)
+
0
2.3.3 Percentage of
marketing group
members participating in
collective marketing
(Outcome) (WALA)
+
0
Year 3 (FY12)
Target
Met
Target
%
45%
40%
10,500 18,330
50%
37%
Achieved
Year 4 (FY13)
Target
Met
Target
%
Achieved
Year 5 (FY14)
Target
Met
Target
%
Achieved
LOA
Target
Met
Target
%
50%
55%
60%
60%
(45%)
(50%)
(55%)
(55%)
174% 15,450
18,540
20,600
20,600
60%
65%
65%
8%
8%
273
273
89%
74%
55%
SO3: 273 targeted communities have improved capacity to withstand shocks and stresses
3.1. Percentage of
household reported
losses of livelihood
assets due to shocks and
stresses (Impact)
(Population) (WALA)
(GoM – MoAFS)
-
8%
IR3.1: 273 communities have strengthened mechanisms for disaster preparedness, response and mitigation
3.1.1. Number
(cumulative) of project
assisted communities
that had disaster early
warning and response
systems in place
(Outcome) (FFP)
13
+
0
137
0
0
151
95
63%
273
273
(175)
(273)
WALA promoted priority products are high valued crops – rice, beans, ground nuts, pigeon peas, poultry and fish.
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Achieved
Desired Baseline2
direction
of
change
(+) or (-)
Indicator1
Year 1 (FY09/10)
Target
Achieved
Year 2 (FY11)
Target
Met
Target
Achieved
%
Year 3 (FY12)
Target
Met
Target
%
Achieved
Year 4 (FY13)
Target
Met
Target
%
Achieved
Year 5 (FY14)
Target
Met
Target
%
Achieved
LOA
Target
Met
Target
%
3.1.2. Number
(cumulative) of project
assisted communities
that had improved
physical infrastructure14
to mitigate the impact of
shocks (Outcome) (FFP)
+
0
20
0
0
40
45
112%
60
75
75
75
3.1.3. Number
(cumulative) of
individuals in the
targeted communities
trained in
disaster/environmental
management,
disaggregated by gender
(Output) (WALA)
+
0
1,500
726
48
4,530
4,058
90%
7,560
7,560
7,560
7,560
Female
+
0
900
230
26
2,718
1,439
53%
4,536
4,536
4,536
4,536
(3,000)
(3,000)
(3,000)
(3,000)
Male
+
0
600
496
83
1,812
2,617
144%
3,024
3,024
3,024
3,024
(4,000)
(4,000)
(4,000)
(4,000)
IR3.2: 21,203 most food insecure households have accessed transitional food rations
3.2.1. Number of people
benefiting from USGsupported social
assistance programming,
disaggregated by gender
(Outcome) (Mission)
+
0
8,197
8,220
100
8,197
17,055
208%
8,197
8,197
8,197
8,197
Female
+
0
4,918
5,445
111
4,918
11,256
228%
4,918
4,918
4,918
4,918
Male
+
0
3,279
2,775
85
3,279
5,799
117%
3,279
3,279
3,279
3,279
Cross-cutting: HIV Mitigation, Gender Equality, Environmental Protection and Good Governance
14
Improved infrastructure includes roads, water management systems, etc.
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Achieved
Indicator1
Desired Baseline2
direction
of
change
(+) or (-)
Year 1 (FY09/10)
Target
Achieved
Year 2 (FY11)
Target
Met
Target
Achieved
%
4.1. Percentage of
individuals (men or
women) aged 15-49
years who have
comprehensive HIV
knowledge (identify 2
prevention methods and
3 misconceptions)
(Outcome) (WALA)
+
44%
4.2. Number (cumulative)
of project formed
community-led groups
trained in good
governance (Output)
(WALA)
+
0
4.3. Number (cumulative)
of rural households
benefiting directly from
USG interventions
(Output) (Mission)
+
0
65,000 48,241
74
4.4. Number (cumulative)
of vulnerable HHs
benefiting directly from
USG interventions
(Output) (Mission)
+
0
58,500 41,632
71
4.5. Number (cumulative)
of producers’
organizations, water
users associations, trade
and business
associations, and
community-based
organizations (CBOs)
receiving USG
assistance. (Output)
(Mission)
+
0
500
200
523
805
105
403
Year 3 (FY12)
Target
Met
Target
%
Achieved
Year 4 (FY13)
Target
Met
%
Achieved
Target
Met
Target
%
Achieved
LOA
Target
Met
Target
%
66%
76%
86%
86%
(55%)
(60%)
(65%)
(65%)
5,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
150,000 156,014 104% 214,974
214,974
214,974
214,974
135,000 140,412 104% 193,477
193,477
193,477
193,477
4,000
4,000
4,000
56%
47%
84%
2,500
2,325
93%
1,000
1,084
108%
2,500
Note: Figures given in ( ) are proposed new targets.
WALA IPTT FY09-FY14 for ARR submission (November 7, 2011)
Target
Year 5 (FY14)
9
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