Monitoring & Evaluation

Nile Equatorial Lakes Subsidiary Action Program Coordination Unit - Result Reporting 2021-2025 for NCCR Project

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Baseline 2021 Milestone as of June 2022 Progress as of June 2022 Progress %age as of June 2022 Cumulative Milestone as of June 2023 Cumulative Progress as of June 2023 Cumulative Progress %age as of June 2023 Cumulative Milestone as of June 2024 Cumulative Progress as of June 2024 Cumulative Progress %age as of June 2024 Cumulative Milestone as of June 2025 Cumulative Progress as of June 2025 Cumulative Progress %age as of June 2025
Outcome (1) Improved mechanizms for cooperation on Water resources management and development in the Nile Basin.
1.1 Number of joint governance decisions informed by results from project supported activities
0
1----3----5----5----
1.2 Percentage of users of mechanisms of cooperative water resources management and development that promote or inform regional cooperation, who rate them as “satisfactory” or higher
0
70----75----80----85----
Output (IR 1) Cooperative water resources management and development advanced
1.1 a Number of people trained
50
100----150----200----225----
1.1 b Number of women trained
10
32----68----122----178----
1.1 c Number from fragile or conflict affected (FCSs) situations
13
25----37----------------
Output (IR 2) Enhanced Services for preparedness/resilience against flood and drought disasters
2.1 Number of fit-for-purpose networks created or strengthened
1
------2----3----5----
2.2 Enhanced flood and drought information available in the public domain
Mapping of riverine flood prone areas in the NEL region completed [Yes/No]
1Flash flood assessment completed for the NEL region and hotspot/prone areas map and report prepared [Yes/No]----Operational basin wide drought forecast and early warning system established at regional level [Yes/No]----Enhanced flood and drought information available in the public domain [Yes/No]----Enhanced flood and drought information available in the public domain [Yes/No]----
2.3 Number of institutions consulted to enhance or monitor usability of flood related information
0
6----10----14----14----
2.4 Number of community level stakeholders consulted for usability of flood warning notifications
0
3----5----7----7----
Output (IR 3) Increased Institutionalization and cooperation for effective dam safety management in the Nile Basin
1.3 Number of new or improved dam safety units
3 existing dam safety units will be improved
2 new dam safety units established.----1 new dam safety unit established. 10 dam safety units are improved (cumulatively)----8----5----
1.3 Mechanisms for increasing equivalence in regional dam safety management developed
0
Regional risk management framework developed----Model national regulatory framework developed----3 technical guidelines developed----Mechanisms for regional harmonization of dam safety developed [Yes/No]----
Output (IR 4) Nile Basin water quality investments are informed and prioritized by improved water quality monitoring, information services and multi-criteria analysis (MCA)
1.4 Number of Water Quality Hotspots where investment prioritization is supported by stakeholder dialogue and multi-criteria analysis
Criteria to identify water quality hotspots will be ready” with the subsequent year identifying two water quality hotspots (1@ NEL and 1@ EN)
1 WQ hotspot identified for conducting MCA analysis and two hotspots for which WQ baseline assessments completed.----1 One hotspot for which multi-criteria analysis conducted for investment prioritization----1 hotspot for which MCA is conducted using water quality data----2 Water Quality Hotspots for which investment prioritization is supported by stakeholder dialogue and multi-criteria analysis.----