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COUNTRY THEM AREA MDTFO STRAT RESULT PMP SECT IND Project Project # Start date End date  Budget Spent Fund recipient IP What does work? What doesn’t work Lessons learnt Comments
Sierra Leone 2. Promote coexistence and Peaceful Conflict Resolution R.2  Conflicts resolved peacefully and in a manner that supports the coexistence of all relevant actors/groups  that were involved in conflicts that undermine peace building efforts R.2.1  PBF/SLE/A-1 Support to National Elections Commission (NEC) Polling Staff 66682 27-Sep-07 18-Oct-08 1,598,727 1,524,146 UNDP National Elections Commission (NEC)       Initially planned duration: 3 months. Extended until october 2008.
Sierra Leone 2. Promote coexistence and Peaceful Conflict Resolution R.2  Conflicts resolved peacefully and in a manner that supports the coexistence of all relevant actors/groups  that were involved in conflicts that undermine peace building efforts R.2.2  PBF/SLE/A-2 Support to Capacity Building and Programmes of the National Anti-Corruption Strategy Secretariat 66683 31-Dec-08 31-Dec-10 349,034 334,888 UNDP Anti-Corruption Commission (1) Two governmental Ministers and several other top state functionaries indicted due to ACC case submission; (2) PBF funds have acted as ‘seed money’. Becaue of its fine tracdk record, the Commission has attracted substantial amounts of funding from Dfid (US$xx).     Initially planned duration: 1 year. Extended until december 2010.
Sierra Leone 2. Promote coexistence and Peaceful Conflict Resolution R.2  Conflicts resolved peacefully and in a manner that supports the coexistence of all relevant actors/groups  that were involved in conflicts that undermine peace building efforts R.2.2  PBF/SLE/A-3 Supporting Gender Capacity, Women’s rights Protection and Child Protection in Recovery and Peacebuilding 66684 31-Dec-08 Jun-10 802,640 741,960 UNWomen/UNICEF Ministry of Social Welfare Gender and Children’s Affairs (MSWGCA)       Initially planned duration: 1 year. Extended until june 2010.
Sierra Leone 1. Support the Implementation of Peace Agreements and Political Dialogue R.1  Security sector reforms and  judiciary systems put in place and providing services and goods at national and local level that reinforce the  Rule of Law (RoL)  R.1.3  DDR PBF/SLE/A-4 Support to the Implementation of the Reparations Programme as part of the Recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) 66685 01-Nov-08 Sep-10 3,000,000 2,960,229 IOM National Commission for Social Action (NaCSA)        Initially planned duration: 1 year. Extended until september 2010.
Sierra Leone 1. Support the Implementation of Peace Agreements and Political Dialogue R.1  Security sector reforms and  judiciary systems put in place and providing services and goods at national and local level that reinforce the  Rule of Law (RoL)  R.1.1  SSR PBF/SLE/B-1 Improved Public Order Management Capacity 66686 01-Jun-07 ON GOING 1,042,565 740,203 UNDP Sierra Leone Police/UNDP/UNIPSIL       Initially planned duration: 1 year. Extended until june 2009. Ongoing
Sierra Leone 1. Support the Implementation of Peace Agreements and Political Dialogue R.1  Security sector reforms and  judiciary systems put in place and providing services and goods at national and local level that reinforce the  Rule of Law (RoL)  R.1.2  RoL PBF/SLE/B-2 Capacity Development of the Human Rights Commission of Sierra Leone 66687 15-Jul-07 Mar-09 1,522,056 1,527,046 UNDP Human Rights Commission of Sierra Leone (HRCSL)//UNDP/UNIPSIL (1) HR commission being established as an independent, well-respected, impartial, professional and credible institution; (2) HRC supported the passing of the Gender and Child Rights Act in the Parliament.      Initially planned duration: 1 year. Extended until march 2009. 
Sierra Leone 1. Support the Implementation of Peace Agreements and Political Dialogue R.1  Security sector reforms and  judiciary systems put in place and providing services and goods at national and local level that reinforce the  Rule of Law (RoL)  R.1.1  SSR PBF/SLE/B-3 Emergency Support to the Security Sector 66688 17-Jul-07 Jul-08 1,822,824 2,098,016 UNDP UNDP/UNIOSIL/Ministry of Defense/Ministry of Internal Affairs/Sierra Leone Police        
Sierra Leone 1. Support the Implementation of Peace Agreements and Political Dialogue R.1  Security sector reforms and  judiciary systems put in place and providing services and goods at national and local level that reinforce the  Rule of Law (RoL)  R.1.2  RoL PBF/SLE/B-4 Capacity Development to the Justice System to Prevent Delays in Trials and to Clear Backlog of Cases 66689 01-Jul-07 31-Dec-10 3,959,773 3,892,680 UNDP Ministry of Justice; Ministry of Internal Affairs Local Government and Rural Development; Ministry of Social Welfare Gender and Children’s Affairs, Sierra Leone Police, Law Reform Commission       Initially planned duration: 1 year. Extended until december 2010. Ongoing? 
Sierra Leone 1. Support the Implementation of Peace Agreements and Political Dialogue R.1  Security sector reforms and  judiciary systems put in place and providing services and goods at national and local level that reinforce the  Rule of Law (RoL)  R.1.1  SSR PBF/SLE/B-6 Rehabilitation of the Water and Sanitation facilities for the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces (RSLAF) barracks in Freetown 66690 17-Jul-07 Dec-10 1,955,706 1,954,797 UNDP Ministry of Defense       Initially planned duration: 1 year. Extended until december 2010. 
Sierra Leone 1. Support the Implementation of Peace Agreements and Political Dialogue R.1  Security sector reforms and  judiciary systems put in place and providing services and goods at national and local level that reinforce the  Rule of Law (RoL)  R.1.1  SSR PBF/SLE/B-7 Support to the Office of National Security (ONS) 66691 31-Dec-08 Dec-10 1,582,436 1,582,436 UNDP Office of National Security (1) ONS logistics and communication capability significantly enhanced by strenghtening and equipping the institution’s central MIS and infrastructure which has been exstremely relevant for PB process, (2) Establsihing an intelligence network within trhe region for cracking down drug trafficking and other organized crimes. Jlint working group establsihed between Armjed forces and Police, the first in the history of the country, (3) ONS is attracting additional fundingd from other donors (DFID).     Initially planned duration: 1 year. Extended until december 2010. 
Sierra Leone 1. Support the Implementation of Peace Agreements and Political Dialogue R.1  Security sector reforms and  judiciary systems put in place and providing services and goods at national and local level that reinforce the  Rule of Law (RoL)  R.1.2  RoL PBF/SLE/B-8 Contribution to Improved Reformation, Justice and Security for Prison Inmates 66692 31-Dec-08 May-10 1,610,933 1,606,751 IOM Government of Sierra Leone, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Sierra Leone Prisons       Initially planned duration: 1 year. Extended until may 2010. 
Sierra Leone 3. Revitalize the Economy and Immediate Peace Dividends R.3  Revitalization of the communities affected by the conflict to prompt the peace process  (target groups: youth, women, groups affected)  R.3.2   PBF/SLE/D-1 Youth Enterprise Development 66693 17-May-07 31-Dec-10 4,080,907 4,071,561 UNDP Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports; National and International NGOs (1) Provding key finding for the Youth Secretariat allowing it to establish key partnership and piloting different innovaticve approaches; (2) Outreach of 12,000 youth (2% of target; however WB coming in with US$ 20 m. Amount of PBF investment and timeframe for excution were not proportional to its objectives    Initially planned duration: 1 year. Extended until december 2010. Ongoing? 
Sierra Leone 4. (Re-)build Essential Administrative Services and Infrastructure R.4  Essential functions of government institutions  restored to effectively assume their basic service delivery duties effectively with particular attention to the provision of peace dividends   R.4.1 PBF/SLE/E-1 Support to Government’s Capacity for Engagement in Peacebuilding Issues 66694 31-Dec-08 31-Dec-10 348,125 276,953 UNDP Ministry of Finance and Economic Development (MOFED)        
Sierra Leone 2. Promote coexistence and Peaceful Conflict Resolution R.2  Conflicts resolved peacefully and in a manner that supports the coexistence of all relevant actors/groups  that were involved in conflicts that undermine peace building efforts R.2.3 PBF/SLE/I-1 Emergency Support to the Energy Sector 66695 31-Dec-08 31-Dec-10 9,000,000 8,892,807 UNDP Ministry of Energy; National Power Authority; Bo-Kenema Power Services       Initially planned duration: 1 year. Extended until december 2010. 
Sierra Leone 2. Promote coexistence and Peaceful Conflict Resolution R.2  Conflicts resolved peacefully and in a manner that supports the coexistence of all relevant actors/groups  that were involved in conflicts that undermine peace building efforts R.2.1  PBF/EMER-10 Political Reconciliation, Promotion of Peace and Restoration of Political and Democratic Institutions 71303 14-Jun-09 31-Dec-10 946,950 938,263 UNDP PPRC, APC, SLPP, PMDC, NDA Artists United for Peacebuilding, Amputee Sports Club IMC       Initially planned duration: 1 year. Extended until december 2010. 
Sierra Leone 1. Support the Implementation of Peace Agreements and Political Dialogue R.1  Security sector reforms and  judiciary systems put in place and providing services and goods at national and local level that reinforce the  Rule of Law (RoL)  R.1.1  SSR PBF/EMER-11 Support to the Sierra Leone Police Public Order Maintenance Capacity and Integrity 71304 15-Jun-09 31-Dec-09 999,870 902,076 UNOPS Ministry of Social Solidarity        
Sierra Leone 2. Promote coexistence and Peaceful Conflict Resolution R.2  Conflicts resolved peacefully and in a manner that supports the coexistence of all relevant actors/groups  that were involved in conflicts that undermine peace building efforts R.2.2  PBF/SLE/J-1 Supporting the Implementation of the Joint Communiqué through an Independent Investigation into Allegations of Rape and Sexual Violence against Women at the SLPP Headquarters on 16 Mar 2009 71605 07-Jul-09 31-Dec-10 29,463 28,514 UNDP Office of the President       Initially planned duration: 2 months. Extended until december 2010. 
Sierra Leone 1. Support the Implementation of Peace Agreements and Political Dialogue R.1  Security sector reforms and  judiciary systems put in place and providing services and goods at national and local level that reinforce the  Rule of Law (RoL)  R.1.4  IoPA PBF/SLE/J-3 Supporting the Implementation of the Joint Communiqué through the refurbishment of the SLPP Headquarters 71607 07-Jul-09 31-Dec-10 69,550 69,549 UNDP Sierra Leone People’s Party       Initially planned duration: 3 months. Extended until december 2010. 
Sierra Leone 2. Promote coexistence and Peaceful Conflict Resolution R.2  Conflicts resolved peacefully and in a manner that supports the coexistence of all relevant actors/groups  that were involved in conflicts that undermine peace building efforts R.2.1  PBF/SLE/A-7 Development of an Independent National Public Broadcasting Service for Sierra Leone 71608 07-Jul-09 ON GOING 1,650,000 850,000 UNDP Sierra Leone Broadcasting Corporation, Ministry of Information and Communication BBC World Service Trust, Deutsche Welle Akademie, Hirondelle Foundation, Journalists for Human Rights, Knight Foundation       Initially planned duration: 1 year. Extended until december 2010. Transfer of money january 2011. On going 
Sierra Leone 2. Promote coexistence and Peaceful Conflict Resolution R.2  Conflicts resolved peacefully and in a manner that supports the coexistence of all relevant actors/groups  that were involved in conflicts that undermine peace building efforts R.2.1  PBF/SLE/A-5 Capacity Building for Sierra Leone Parliament for enhanced performance of its core functions of representation, oversight and legislative enactment 71609 07-Jul-09 ON GOING 700,000 569,279 IOM Sierra Leone Parliament       Initially planned duration: 1 year. Extended until april 2011. Ongoing? 
Sierra Leone 2. Promote coexistence and Peaceful Conflict Resolution R.2  Conflicts resolved peacefully and in a manner that supports the coexistence of all relevant actors/groups  that were involved in conflicts that undermine peace building efforts R.2.1  PBF/SLE/A-6 Support to Attitudinal and Behavioural Change 71610 07-Jul-09 01-Jul-10 140,000 140,000 IOM Attitudinal and Behavioural Change Secretariat, Office of the President Office Ministry of Information and Communication, Office of the First Lady National counterparts (government, private, NGOs & others), International Organizations, including NGOs        
Sierra Leone 4. (Re-)build Essential Administrative Services and Infrastructure R.4  Essential functions of government institutions  restored to effectively assume their basic service delivery duties effectively with particular attention to the provision of peace dividends   R.4.2 PBF/SLE/B-9 Promoting Regional Cooperation in the MRU 71611 07-Jul-09 01-Apr-11 130,000 130,000 IOM Makona River Union (MaRU) – Now known as Makona River Organization       Initially planned duration: 1 year. Extended until april 2011
Sierra Leone 2. Promote coexistence and Peaceful Conflict Resolution R.2  Conflicts resolved peacefully and in a manner that supports the coexistence of all relevant actors/groups  that were involved in conflicts that undermine peace building efforts R.2.1  PBF/SLE/E-2 Strengthening the Capacity of Civil Society Organizations including CSPEC, Women’s Organizations etc to effectively engage and contribute to the peace consolidation process 71612 07-Jul-09 31-Dec-10 140,000 140,000 IOM Civil Society Peace building Engagement Committee (CSPEC)       Initially planned duration:1 year. Extended until december 2010. 
Sierra Leone 2. Promote coexistence and Peaceful Conflict Resolution R.2  Conflicts resolved peacefully and in a manner that supports the coexistence of all relevant actors/groups  that were involved in conflicts that undermine peace building efforts R.2.4 PBF/SLE/J-2 People-Centred Security Governance: Special Initiative to Promote Community Women’s Participation in the Security Sector Reform (SSR) Process in Sierra Leone 71613 07-Jul-09 01-Apr-11 45,261 45,261 IOM Gender Division, Ministry of Social Welfare Gender and Children Affairs; Office of national security, The 50/50 Women’s group of Sierra Leone and; Women in Peace and Security Africa (WIPSEN – Africa)       Initially planned duration: 1 year. Extended until april 2011.
Sierra Leone 1. Support the Implementation of Peace Agreements and Political Dialogue R.1  Security sector reforms and  judiciary systems put in place and providing services and goods at national and local level that reinforce the  Rule of Law (RoL)  R.1.4  IoPA PBF/SLE/J-4 Independent Review Panel 73335 16-Dec-09 31-Dec-10 25,000 23,649 UNDP Office of the President        
Sierra Leone 1. Support the Implementation of Peace Agreements and Political Dialogue R.1  Security sector reforms and  judiciary systems put in place and providing services and goods at national and local level that reinforce the  Rule of Law (RoL)  R.1.1  SSR PBF/IRF-21 Support to the Government of Sierra Leone Police and the Armed Forces 75810 16-Jul-10 31-Aug-11 961,350 689,013 UNOPS Ministry of Defense; Ministry of Internal Affairs; Office of  National Security (ONS); Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces (RSLAF); Sierra Leone Police(SLP); UNOPS        
Sierra Leone 1. Support the Implementation of Peace Agreements and Political Dialogue R.1  Security sector reforms and  judiciary systems put in place and providing services and goods at national and local level that reinforce the  Rule of Law (RoL)  R.1.3  DDR PBF/IRF-25 Amputee Support, Sport Development and Advocacy in Sierra Leone 76881 07-Dec-10 ON GOING 100,000 0 IOM Single Leg Amputee Sports Club        
Sierra Leone 2. Promote coexistence and Peaceful Conflict Resolution R.2  Conflicts resolved peacefully and in a manner that supports the coexistence of all relevant actors/groups  that were involved in conflicts that undermine peace building efforts R.2.1  PBF/SLE/B-10 Support to the Establishment of a Peace Museum 77001 17-Dec-10 ON GOING 195,000 0 OHCHR Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL)        
Sierra Leone 2. Promote coexistence and Peaceful Conflict Resolution R.2  Conflicts resolved peacefully and in a manner that supports the coexistence of all relevant actors/groups  that were involved in conflicts that undermine peace building efforts R.2.1  PBF/SLE/A-8: Promoting non-violent, free and credible elections through enhanced participation of non-state actors 77292 14-Jan-11 ON GOING 5,000,000 0 UNDP UNIPSIL, PPRC, IMC, Inter Religious Council for Sierra Leone       Initially planned duration: 2 years. Possibility to extension. 
Sierra Leone 4. (Re-)build Essential Administrative Services and Infrastructure R.4  Essential functions of government institutions  restored to effectively assume their basic service delivery duties effectively with particular attention to the provision of peace dividends   R.4.1 PBF/SLE/C-1 PBF Coordination Office 77293 14-Jan-11 ON GOING 100,000 0 IOM          
Sierra Leone 1. Support the Implementation of Peace Agreements and Political Dialogue R.1  Security sector reforms and  judiciary systems put in place and providing services and goods at national and local level that reinforce the  Rule of Law (RoL)  R.1.3  DDR PBF/SLE/C-2: Support to the implementation of the Sierra Leone Reparations Programme as part of the Recommendation of the Truth and Reconcilliation Commission 77294 15-Jan-11 ON GOING 450,000 0 OHCHR  National Commission for Social Action (NaCSA)        
Sierra Leone 2. Promote coexistence and Peaceful Conflict Resolution R.2  Conflicts resolved peacefully and in a manner that supports the coexistence of all relevant actors/groups  that were involved in conflicts that undermine peace building efforts R.2.2  PBF/SLE/C-3: Promoting human rights culture through support to the Human Rights Commission of Sierra Leone 77295 15-Jan-11 ON GOING 200,000 0 OHCHR Human Rights Commission of Sierra Leone (HRCSL)        
Sierra Leone 2. Promote coexistence and Peaceful Conflict Resolution R.2  Conflicts resolved peacefully and in a manner that supports the coexistence of all relevant actors/groups  that were involved in conflicts that undermine peace building efforts R.2.2  PBF/SLE/C-4: Strengthening national responses to the prevention and management of sexual gender-based violence 77296 77296 ON GOING 450,000 0 UNFPA Ministry of Social Welfare, Gender and Children’s
Affairs; Ministry of Health and Sanitation; Ministry of internal Affairs in collaboration with the Family Support Unit (FSU) of the SLP
       
45,008,170