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PICD MODULES 

2.0 Participatory Intergrated Development Process


Short Term Goal Statement: 

By the end of 2017 ( 3 years) the community shall ensure that 2400 households in each of the 6 sub-villages have access to adequate, clean and safe drinking water from 6 shallows well.

 

What?

Who?

When?

Where?

Resources required              

Main activity

Sub-activities

Description   

Cost (KES)

  1. Training on access to clean, adequate and safe water
  1. Procurement of training materials

CDDC

July, 2014

Luanda town

Pens, books, flip chart

5000

  1. Procurement of water expert

Lead MAT

July, 2014

Kakamega

Tendering sessions (lunches)

1000

  1. Invitation of community member

 

July, 2014

Luanda village

Air time, notices

1000

  1. Delivery of training

 

August, 2014

Luanda village

Venue,  materials and meals

50,000

  1. Construction of shallow wells

 

  1. Procurement of water expert for feasibility studies

CDDC

August, 2014

Luanda village

Tender and evaluation meeting

1000

  1. Conducting feasibility studies

Water expert

CDDC

September, 2014

Luanda village

Water expert time

50,000

  1. Procurement of equipment for digging the wells

CDDC

October, 2014

 

Mattocks (6), jembes, pangas

10,000

  1. Excavating the shall well

Community members

October, 2014

 

Mattocks, jembes, pangas

20,000

  1. Procurement of water artisan

CDDC

October, 2014

 

 

50,000

  1. Constructing of shallow well protection structures

Water artisan

Community members

November, 2014

Luanda village

Cement, sand, quarry stones

500,000

  1. Establishment of village water management committees
  1. Selection of water management committee

CDDC

December, 2014

Luanda village

Lunches

5,000

  1. Training of water selection committee

Water artisan

December, 2014

Luanda village

Pens, books, flip chart

25,000

  1. Development of water management by-laws

CDDC

January, 2015

Luanda village

Papers, lunches

10,000

  1. Launching of water  by –laws

CDDC

Community members

January, 2015

Luanda village

Venue, refreshments, public address system

10,000

  1. Launching of shallow wells
  1. Launching the shallow wells

Community members

County government

February, 2015

Luanda village

Venue, refreshments, public address system

50,000

 

 

2.3.3    The 24 hour day schedule

Issue

Long-Term goal statement

Water

By the end of 10 years the community shall ensure every household has access to clean and safe drinking water

Education

By the end of 10 years, we should have one primary per village, one secondary school per two villages and one youth polytechnic

Crop Product

By the end of 10 year the community shall have adequate food per household

 

* Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time bound

 

2.4.1        Resource Mobilization

a.       Wealth Ranking

Step 1: Identify the different categories of people found within the community with respect to their socio-economic status: The categories could include:

  1. Very Rich
  2. Rich
  3. Moderately rich
  4. Poor
  5. Very poor

Step 2: Based on the total project amount derived from the CAP, the community would need KES 787,200.

 

Step 3: The CDPC estimate how much money each category of people should raise mobilize towards the total amount.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table 5: Proposed Contribution from socio-economic group in the community

Category of People

No of people

Amount to raise

Total

  1. Successful business people

20

7,000

140,000

  1. Successful Farmers with more than 5 acres

20

5,000

100,000

  1. Teacher and civil servants

30

3,000

90,000

  1. Moderately rich

50

600

30,000

  1. Poor

1000

300

300,000

  1. Very poor

1280

100

128,000

 

 

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