|Project Name||Sindh Coastal Community Development Project (formerly Sindh Coastal and Inland Community Development)|
|Project Type / Modality of Assistance||Loan
|Source of Funding / Amount||
|Strategic Agendas||Environmentally sustainable growth
Inclusive economic growth
|Drivers of Change||Governance and capacity development
|Sector / Subsector||
Agriculture, natural resources and rural development - Agricultural policy, institutional and capacity development - Fishery - Forestry
|Gender Equity and Mainstreaming||Effective gender mainstreaming|
|Project Rationale and Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy|
|Description of Outcome|
|Progress Toward Outcome||
Participant households' yearly real income increased by 15.32% per year (PRs.396,804 per year in 2012) as compared to yearly incomes (Rs.PRs.86,616) recorded by the household income and expenditure survey (HIES) for 2006. Household yearly net income for lowest quintile in rural Sindh increased by 4.19% from PRs.86,616 per annum in 2006 to PRs.112,020 in 2012.
40% increase in roads from 2,071 km in 2007 to 2,891 km in 2012. The project contributed 46% to this increase. Average daily vehicle-km in first year for black-topped roads was 13,190 km.
14% increase in the household access to drinking water from 26% in 2005 (World Bank estimates) to 40% in 2013 (SCDA's estimate based on baseline survey 2011 and PPMS).
4,318 toilets were constructed for 14,515 un-served households.
192,233 people were provided with safety against floods through construction of 377 km roads on high platform and 35 cyclone-resistant school buildings and a training hall at Badin Hatchery, which can be used for rescue and rehabilitation of flood-affected communities.
113 kW of electricity was provided through installation of 4,515 solar light panels benefiting 7,275 hhs.
30 schools with 53 classrooms were constructed benefiting 1,613 students including 651 girls.
2,015 ha of land improved through construction of 23 flood protection structures and 4 irrigation schemes.
24,000 acres of cultivable land will be saved from sea intrusion through mangrove planting, protecting and possible future damage of $52 million in next 10 years.
The mangrove evaluation study estimated total benefits of PRs.3.27 billion ($32.7 million equivalent) per annum income form project mangrove plantation starting from year 2016.
847 baseline surveys and village development plans were prepared and implemented.
|Description of Project Outputs|
|Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues)||
OUTPUT # 1
Consultants were recruited in April 2012. A 5-year and a 20-year coastal development plans were approved in June 2013 and PRs. 990.00 million ($9.94 million equivalent) were allocated in Y2013 for implementation of these plans.
957 training days' courses were organized for staff in different technical and management skills.
A geographic information system, laboratory and a flood monitoring system were established to provide geo-data on coastal areas, resources and floods.
A fisheries and water quality survey was undertaken and findings were approved by the Fisheries Department.
Training manual and modules were prepared for fisheries sector, and 1 upgrade training program was conducted for 102 District Fisheries staff in technical skills with 50 master trainers.
8,943 CBO members were trained in collective fisheries management and regulations. 2,363 of these were women (26%).
OUTP # 2
1,587 CBOs were formed representing 24,049 households of project area covering 847 villages and 40 Union Councils.
48, 368 community members were trained in income generation, environmental management skills, organizational management and leadership skills. 51% of these were women.
PRs.19.80 million (equivalent $0.21 million) in microcredit was disbursed by NRSP through 1,451 loans to 1,129 CO members. This includes Rs.13.57 million (equivalent of $0.150 million), disbursed to women beneficiaries (69% of total amount).
1,587 CBOs have micro-savings of Rs. 6.846 million ($0.74 million equivalent).
OUTPUT # 3
1,291 small-scale infrastructure (SSI) schemes were completed, benefitting 45,385 hhs.
115 SSI schemes were rehabilitated that were damaged in the floods.
In addition to project financed schemes, CBOs completed 606 schemes of Rs.178 million (equivalent $1.92 million) with other sources of funding and self-help.
168 district government-managed, medium-scale infrastructre (MSI) schemes were completed directly benefitting a population of 161,513.
43 MSI schemes that were constructed under the project and damaged in the floods were rehabilitated.
Of total 27,282 hhs in 847 participating villages, 24,048 hhs participated in CBOs (88%).
Project book system for civil works under SSI schemes was maintained after launching of this subcomponent in 2009
OUTPUT # 4
10, 250 ha of new mangrove forests were planted by Forest Department and 350 ha of infills were planted by CBOs through IUCN.
New world record of maximum mangrove planting in a day was set in June 2013.
2.937 million Saplings were raised to undertake plantations.
5 independent monitoring and evaluation reports were prepared, reporting highly successful level of mangrove survival and success.
2 forest base camps and 2 walkways were constructed.
Information and education campaign included 15 technical training events for CBOs, 7 environmental awareness raising events, 3 exposure visits for policy and project planners and media persons; 119 radio programs and 360 spot messages; distribution of 11, 376 fact sheets, stickers and other promotional materials; and establishment of a web-link.
30 crab and prawn ponds were established including 1 pilot and 2 replication ponds.
80 trial rafts were constructed including 20 pilot and 60 pilot/trial replications were completed.
Badin Hatchery was ungraded from freshwater to brackish water fisheries with a facility of producing seed of brackish water species of 6.0 million hatchlings. A training hall was constructed with capacity for 25 persons in brackish and freshwater fish farming serving government staff and farmers.
2 laboratories were constructed in Badin Hatchery and equipped with a facility of water, soil and nutritional testing, serving farmers and government. The lab will also be used for production of live food for feeding the hatchlings.
Breeding trails were conducted of 6 species of sea bass brooders oyster 3 batches of oyster brooders.
9 hatchery staff was trained in oyster and finfish breeding, 2 were trained in water quality analysis, and 7 staff were provided with overseas training in fisheries.
OUTPUT # 5
PMU and 2 DPIUs (one at District Thatta and one at Badin) were established and systems were in place.
Procurement Committee, Consultant Selection Committee and Staff Recruitment Committee. These committees remained fully functional during entire project period.
Grievance review mechanism was in place. A total of 48 cases were registered by the communities, which were resolved. Of the total, 39 cases pertained to SSI schemes, 4 to MSI schemes, 1 to CBO, and 4 were related to NRSP.
Project baseline study was carried and performance monitoring systems were established and have been generally efficient.
All staff positions generally remained filled after recruitment of staff. Of 5,408 revised person-months, 4,973 were utilized (89%). Women staff was provided with 240 person-months of employment (6 % of total).
Of total 9 contracts (3 firms, 2 NGOs and 4 individual consultants), 9 contracts were awarded (3 firms, 2 NGOs and 4 individual consultants) and successfully completed.
|Geographical Location||Talukas (sub-districts) include Ghorabari, Keti Bunder, Jati, Shah Bunder, Kharo Chan and Mirpur Sakro in Thatta District and Badin and SF Rahu (Golarchi) and Badin in Badin District.|
Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects
Category B. An initial environmental examination was undertaken covering the main subprojects, and an environmental assessment and review procedure report was also completed.
The Project design requires the EA not to undertake any subproject or activity, having significant potential of adverse evironmental impacts.
No resettlement or land acquisition will be necessary. All small construction under the Project will be on Government land.
The government of Sindh will donate land for community development purposes, or cover the costs of land leases for
pilot economic and natural resource-based activities.
No indigenous people live in the project area, as per the definition in ADB's Policy on Indigenous Peoples. A class
system of hierarchy exists throughout the project area, based on caste and an exploitative production system. The Project
addresses development needs of deprived vulnerable groups, such as Mallah, Kohli, and Bheel.
|Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation|
|During Project Design||
Stake-holders consultation workshops held during PPTA.
|During Project Implementation||
Small-scale infrastructure schemes are identified by the communities, and implemented by the community organizations of the beneficiary areas.
The Project will provide 250 person-months of specialized services of domestic consultants and 23 person-months of international consultants in both long-term and short-term appointments through both consulting firms and individual consultants for the following areas: (i) crab and prawn pond and bivalve/seaweed raft technology; (ii) financial management and external spot audits; (iii) aquaculture food systems and hatcheries technology; (iv) GIS technology; (v) fisheries biology; and (vi) standing water quality assessment. The community mobilization and small scale interventions contract provides an additional 3,024 person-months of professional field staff. Project management staff provides 2,208 person-months of services. All consulting services will be recruited in accordance with ADB's Guidelines on the Use of Consultants by Asian Development Bank and its Borrowers (April 2006 as amended from time to time). Two single source selection contracts will be used for (i) community organization and small scale initiatives; and (ii) training, information, community-Government facilitation, and monitoring of mangrove planing. An exception has been m,ade to allow a $500,000 selection by consultant qualificaiton for the fisheries and water quality survey, which is highly specialized and narrow in scope, and for which few consulting firms will be qualified.
The consulting services for community organization and small scale initiatives will be provided by the National Rural Support Program (NRSP), a national NGO. The Project will engage IUCN, as sole source, with a twelve year history of mangrove planting activities and applied research in Sindh, to support the matching of NRSP COs with the Forest Department resources and commitment to engage in community mangrove planting and management.
|Procurement||Goods, related services, and civil works will be procured in accordance with ADB's Procurement Guidelines and, where appropriate, consistent with GoP rules on small works. Civil works contracts valued less than $1 million may be procured through national competitive bidding (NCB), limited international bidding (LIB), or shopping, as determined by the particular circumstances of the contract packages. The goods and equipment contracts will be procured using the LIB, NCB or Shopping procedure.|
|Responsible ADB Officer||Raza, Ismat|
|Responsible ADB Department||Central and West Asia Department|
|Responsible ADB Division||Environment, Natural Resources & Agriculture Division, CWRD|
Coastal Development Authority
Mr. Muhammad Umer Memon
mr. [email protected]
Bungalow No. C-130, Clifton Block 2, Karachi, Pakistan
|Last Review Mission||-|
|PDS Creation Date||23 Feb 2006|
|Last PDS Update||01 Oct 2013|
|Approval||Signing Date||Effectivity Date||Closing|
|15 Jan 2007||07 Dec 2007||27 Feb 2008||30 Jun 2013||-||30 Jan 2014|
|Financing Plan||Loan Utilization|
|Total (Amount in US$ million)||Date||ADB||Others||Net Percentage|
|Project Cost||40.01||Cumulative Contract Awards|
|ADB||36.00||15 Jan 2007||29.43||0.00||99%|
|Cofinancing||0.00||15 Jan 2007||29.83||0.00||100%|
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|Title||Document Type||Document Date|
|Sindh Coastal Community Development Project||Project/Program Completion Reports||Mar 2014|
|Sindh Coastal Community Development Project||Project/Program Administration Manual||Aug 2008|
|Project Agreement for Sindh Coastal Community Development Project between Asian Development Bank and The Province of Sindh Coastal Development Authority dated 7 December 2007||Project/Program Agreements||Dec 2007|
|Loan Agreement for Sindh Coastal Community Development Project between Islamic Republic of Pakistan and Asian Development Bank dated 7 December 2007||Loan Agreement (Special Operations)||Dec 2007|
|Madhya Pradesh State Roads Sector Project II - Social Impact Assessment||Gender Action Plans||Feb 2007|
|Sindh Coastal Community Development Project||Reports and Recommendations of the President||Dec 2006|
Safeguard Documents See also: Safeguards
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