Publication - Progress report

Contribution to international development report: 2017-2018

Published: 3 Sep 2018
Directorate:
External Affairs Directorate
Part of:
International
ISBN:
9781787811294

First ever Contribution to International Development Report takes a holistic look at a wide cross-section of Scottish Government international development activity, and presents it within the context of the UN Global Goals.

Contribution to international development report: 2017-2018
Annex A - Development Assistance Projects

Annex A - Development Assistance Projects

#

Lead Organisation

Project

Project Aim

Country Partners

Financial Years

Total Awarded

Contribution to SDGs

Malawi

2017-18 end year reports /publications/malawi-development-programme-2015-2018-year-three-reports/

Malawi Health Themed Projects

1

NHS Lothian

The Edinburgh Malawi breast cancer project.

To achieve and demonstrate improvement in breast cancer treatment at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital, Blantyre through development of multi-disciplinary care and enhanced pathology.

Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital, Blantyre

2015-16 -
2017-18

£185,000

Goal 3

2

Edinburgh Napier University

Improving Respectful Midwifery Care in Rural Malawi: A Human Rights Approach.

To improve access to maternity care and repeat usage through respectful midwifery care.

Association of Malawian Midwives, White Ribbon Alliance Malawi, University of Aberdeen, Robert Gordon University

2015-16 -
2017-18

£432,196

Goal 3
Goal 10

3

Christian Aid

Increasing citizen's demand for accountability and transparency for maternal and child health.

To increase community demand for, and participation in accountable, responsive maternal and child health service delivery.

Association of Malawian Midwives, White Ribbon Alliance Malawi, University of Aberdeen, Robert Gordon University

2015-16 -
2017-18

£600,000

Goal 3

4

Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity

Improving Eye Health and Reducing Unnecessary Blindness in Malawi.

To reduce unnecessary blindness in Malawi by building health professional capacity so that they can provide a national eye care service for children, and for people of all ages with diabetes.

Association of Malawian Midwives, White Ribbon Alliance Malawi, University of Aberdeen, Robert Gordon University

2015-16 -
2017-18

£173,335

Goal 3

5

Meningitis Research Foundation

Triage and Treatment, Training and Engagement: A package for sustainable healthcare improvement in Malawi's primary health clinics.

To address Malawi's high infant mortality rate by working to ensure that children with meningitis and other life-threatening illnesses are more quickly and effectively diagnosed and prioritised for treatment.

Association of Malawian Midwives, White Ribbon Alliance Malawi, University of Aberdeen, Robert Gordon University

2015-16 -
2017-18

£594,899

Goal 3

6

University of Strathclyde

Impact on Malaria, Mental Health and Prognosis Knowledge Exchange and Training.

To improve health in the three key areas of malaria, maternal health, and AIDS; by developing a programme for the quality assurance of traditional herbal medicines and by the increasing the knowledge of the conventional medical profession in traditional medicine both by academic training and through knowledge exchange with traditional healers.

Association of Malawian Midwives, White Ribbon Alliance Malawi, University of Aberdeen, Robert Gordon University

2015-16 -
2017-18

£275,918

Goal 3
Goal 4
Goal 5
Goal 8
Goal 9
Goal 10
Goal 12
Goal 13
Goal 15
Goal 17

Malawi Education Themed Projects

7

The Global Concerns Trust

Tools and Training for Livelihood in Malawi.

To contribute to the reduction of poverty, the enhancement of economic sustainability, and improvement in community integration of physically disabled men and women in Nkhotakota, Salima and Ntcheu districts.

Association of Malawian Midwives, White Ribbon Alliance Malawi, University of Aberdeen, Robert Gordon University

2015-16 -
2017-18

£198,527

Goal 1
Goal 2
Goal 3
Goal 4
Goal 5
Goal 7
Goal 8
Goal 10
Goal 13
Goal 15

8

Tearfund

Girls and Boys Empowerment Project in Rural Chitipa.

To empower communities to protect 7,863 children from harmful cultural practices, such as early marriages.

Association of Malawian Midwives, White Ribbon Alliance Malawi, University of Aberdeen, Robert Gordon University

2015-16 -
2017-18

£460,355

Goal 4
Goal 5
Goal 8

9

Mary's Meals

Mary's Meals School Feeding Programme Expansion.

To provide a hot meal in primary education and school woodlots to provide sustainable fuel for cooking.

Association of Malawian Midwives, White Ribbon Alliance Malawi, University of Aberdeen, Robert Gordon University

2015-16 -
2017-18

£584,038

Goal 2
Goal 4
Goal 5

10

Link Community Development International

Increasing MoEST Impact in School Improvement in Malawi.

To improve the performance of Malawian Schools and the impact of the Malawian Ministry of Education, Science and Technology on school performance by improving integrated planning, multi-stakeholder accountability and the provision of effective supports.

Association of Malawian Midwives, White Ribbon Alliance Malawi, University of Aberdeen, Robert Gordon University

2015-16 -
2017-18

£599,507

Goal 1
Goal 4
Goal 5
Goal 10

11

Glasgow City Council

Malawi Leaders of Learning.

To improve educational outcomes for children and young people through improved learning and teaching and leadership of Malawian staff and young people.

Association of Malawian Midwives, White Ribbon Alliance Malawi, University of Aberdeen, Robert Gordon University

2015-16 -
2017-18

£209,310

Goal 3
Goal 4
Goal 5

12

Voluntary Service Overseas

Unlocking Talent through Technology: Improving learning outcomes of primary school children in Malawi.

To address the challenges confronting primary education in Malawi by using mobile tablet technology in the classroom that improves learners' numeracy and literacy skills, improves teachers' learner centred pedagogical skills, and encourages community involvement in children's learning.

Association of Malawian Midwives, White Ribbon Alliance Malawi, University of Aberdeen, Robert Gordon University

2015-16 -
2017-18

£600,00

Goal 4

Malawi Civic Governance Themed Projects

13

Chance for Change

Routes for Change.

To ease pressure on an overburdened child Justice system and give the judiciary genuine alternatives to custodial detention.

Association of Malawian Midwives, White Ribbon Alliance Malawi, University of Aberdeen, Robert Gordon University

2015-16 -
2017-18

£522,727

Goal 1
Goal 2
Goal 3
Goal 4
Goal 7
Goal 8
Goal 15
Goal 16

14

Chance for Change

Rights of Passage.

To create a more prosperous and cohesive civil society with reduced youth unemployment, greater youth leadership and advocacy and more young Malawians engaging in their own futures and the economic future of Malawi.

Association of Malawian Midwives, White Ribbon Alliance Malawi, University of Aberdeen, Robert Gordon University

2015-16 -
2017-18

£465,100

Goal 1
Goal 3
Goal 4
Goal 5
Goal 8
Goal 9
Goal 10
Goal 11
Goal 16

Malawi Sustainable Economic Development Themed Projects

15

Tearfund

Khwamba Sustainable Livelihood Improvement Project.

To reduce poverty and extreme hunger for 30,000 people by empowering vulnerable households through livelihoods improvement and strengthening of the local governance and development structures.

Association of Malawian Midwives, White Ribbon Alliance Malawi, University of Aberdeen, Robert Gordon University

2015-16 -
2017-18

£500,193

Goal 1
Goal 3
Goal 5
Goal 8
Goal 12
Goal 15
Goal 16
Goal 17

16

Opportunity International United Kingdom

Stimulating wealth creation, increasing employment and fostering local entrepreneurship in Malawi.

To tackle poverty and achieve wealth creation through sustainable economic growth by improving access to financial services and entrepreneurship training.

Association of Malawian Midwives, White Ribbon Alliance Malawi, University of Aberdeen, Robert Gordon University

2015-16 -
2017-18

£598,301

Goal 1
Goal 8
Goal 10

17

Oxfam Scotland

Improved livelihoods for 3,000 poor farmers and their families in rural Malawi.

To address the interrelated challenges of economic insecurity and access to energy, to reduce levels of poverty for a target group of 3,000 rural poor households (of which 1,800 are headed by women).

Association of Malawian Midwives, White Ribbon Alliance Malawi, University of Aberdeen, Robert Gordon University

2015-16 -
2017-18

£598,767

Goal 1
Goal 2
Goal 5
Goal 7
Goal 8

18

The UK Co-operative College

Co-operative Enterprise Pathways for Economic and
Environmental Sustainability.

To provide pathways that enable the growing co-operative movement to become more economically and environmentally sustainable and inclusive.

Association of Malawian Midwives, White Ribbon Alliance Malawi, University of Aberdeen, Robert Gordon University

2015-16 -
2017-18

£449,449

Goal 1
Goal 2
Goal 5
Goal 7
Goal 8
Goal 13

Malawi Renewable Energy Themed Projects

19

Sgurr Energy

Powering Development in Mulanje.

To catalyse social and economic development in poor communities around Mulanje Mountain by supplying renewable electricity from a sustainable social enterprise.

Mulanje Electricity, Generating Agency, Mulanje Renewable Energy Agency,
Practical Action Consulting

2015-16 -
2017-18

£598,374

Goal 1
Goal 2
Goal 4
Goal 5
Goal 7
Goal 10
Goal 13
Goal 15
Goal 17

20

University of Strathclyde

Sustainable Off-Grid Electrification of Rural Villages.

To reduce energy poverty in rural Chikhwawa district through the electrification of households, businesses and community energy infrastructure via the deployment of sustainable renewable energy technologies ( RET).

United Purpose Malawi ( UP)Centre for Water, Sanitation, Health and Appropriate Technology Development ( WASHTED)

2015-16 -
2017-18

£599,028

Goal 1
Goal 2
Goal 3
Goal 4
Goal 5
Goal 6
Goal 7
Goal 8
Goal 9

Malawi Additional Projects

21

Mamie Martin Fund

Girl Scholarships.

To help fund girls through education.

Association of Malawian Midwives, White Ribbon Alliance Malawi, University of Aberdeen, Robert Gordon University

2015-16 -
2017-18

£50,000

Goal 4
Goal 5

22

University of Glasgow Dental School

Glasgow/Blantyre College of Medicine Dental School.

To refurbish the Lilongwe dental clinical skill facility, and arrange a visit to the University of Glasgow Dental School by a delegation from the College of Medicine and Malawian Dental Association.

Association of Malawian Midwives, White Ribbon Alliance Malawi, University of Aberdeen, Robert Gordon University

2017-18

£60,000

Goal 3

Pakistan

2017-18 end year reports /publications/pakistan-development-programme-2017-2018-reports/

Pakistan Education Themed Projects

1

British Council Pakistan

Pakistan Scottish Scholarship Scheme for Women in Higher Education 2017-18.

To make higher education more accessible to underprivileged girls across Pakistan by providing them with scholarships in the fields of; Education, Sustainable energy, Agriculture and food security, Health sciences, and STEM education.

Pakistan Higher Education Committee

2017-18

£175,000

Goal 1
Goal 4
Goal 5

2

British Council Pakistan

Pakistan Scottish Scholarship Scheme for School Children 2017-18.

To make education more affordable, which allows parents to continue their children's education without any financial or economic burden.

Pakistan Higher Education Committee

2017-18

£150,000

Goal 1
Goal 4
Goal 5

3

British Council Pakistan

Capacity Strengthening for Young Scientists Team.

To strengthen the research and teaching capacity of young Pakistanis who were enrolled in STEM related PhD programs in universities across Pakistan.

Pakistan Higher Education Committee

2017-18

£100,000

Goal 1
Goal 4

Zambia

2017-18 end year reports /publications/zambia-development-programme-2017-2022-year-one-reports/

Zambia Education, Sustainable Economic Development and Agriculture and Health Themed Projects

1

Christian Blind Mission UK

Prev ENT: Community ear and hearing care and rehabilitation of disabling hearing loss.

To contribute and support the strengthening of Zambia's national Ear, Nose and Throat [ ENT] strategy plans through its timely alignment with the Ministry of Health's National ENT Strategic Plan 2016-2020.

Beit Cure Hospital

2017-18-2021/22

£1,251,578

Goal 3
Goal 4
Goal 10

2

The Open University in Scotland

Zambian Education School based Training.

To create and implement a scalable, school based teacher development programme.

World Vision Zambia

2017-18-2021/22

£1,284,524

Goal 4

3

Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund

Empowering Resource - Poor Rural Communities in Central Province (Kabwe Kumena Project).

To address food security, girl child early marriage, and girls' attendance at school by increasing agricultural productivity.

Caritas Zambia & Caritas Kabwe

2017-18-2021/22

£1,350,000

Goal 1
Goal 2
Goal 4
Goal 5

4

Christian Aid

Making Agriculture a Business: Harnessing the potential of Small Scale Farmers/ Entrepreneurs as Champions of Economic Development.

To make agriculture a business through harnessing the potential of small-scale farmers/entrepreneurs as champions of economic development.

Churches Health Association of Zambia

2017-18-2021/22

£1,309,537

Goal 1
Goal 7
Goal 8

5

Gaia Education

Zambian Youth for Conservation, Agriculture and Livelihood Action!

To build the capacity of Zambian Youth to lead three Central Province districts to more sustainable food and livelihood security and conservation action.

WWF Zambia

2017-18-2021/22

£363,736

Goal 1
Goal 2
Goal 15

6

The Big First Aid Project Scotland

First aid and renewable energy solutions for communities in Zambia's Central Province.

To provide increased access to emergency care for the people of Chitambo district in Zambia's Central province and provided solar panels for Chitambo Hospital.

Biolife Energy Zambia

2017-18-2021/22

£780,161

Goal 3
Goal 7
Goal 17

Zambia Additional Project

7

The Logie Legacy

Water Sanitation Project.

To fully explore the options available for substantially overhauling the sanitation facilities for St. Francis Hospital.

Bremen Overseas Research & Development Association

2017-18

£12,000

Goal 3
Goal 6

Rwanda

2017-18 end year reports /publications/rwanda-development-programme-2017-2022-year-one-reports/

Rwanda Sustainable Economic Development, Agriculture, Health, Education Themed Projects

1

Christian Blind Mission UK

SaveAbility - Socio-economic empowerment of persons with disabilities in Rwanda.

The project's objective is to improve incomes, economic resilience and involvement in community decision-making for 14,000 persons with disabilities.

National Union of Disabilities' Organisations in Rwanda

2017-18-2021/22

£1,333,792

Goal 1
Goal 8
Goal 10

2

WaterAid

Improving health and sanitation in vulnerable communities and schools of the Southern Province of Rwanda by 2022.

To improve health and sanitation in communities and schools of Nyamagabe district in Rwanda. It will address sanitation and hygiene with particular emphasis on most affected categories of people including women, girls, disabled people and elderly.

WaterAid Rwanda

2017-18-2021/22

£1,080,000

Goal 3
Goal 5
Goal 6

3

University of Aberdeen

Fostering a social practice approach to adult literacies for improving people's quality of life in Western Rwanda.

To develop, implement and embed a social practices approach to adult literacies education in Rwanda that can be managed and delivered by local institutions in order to support people's livelihood through poverty reduction and inclusive socio-economic development.

Institute of Policy Analysis - Rwanda

2017-18-2021/22

£1,191,795

Goal 1
Goal 4
Goal 10

4

Opportunity International

Strengthening Livelihoods in Rural Rwanda.

To reduce poverty in Western and Southern Rwanda by strengthening the livelihoods of poor rural households.

Urwego Bank

2017-18-2021/22

£1,200,000

Goal 1
Goal 8
Goal 10

5

Oxfam Scotland

Claiming Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights in Rwanda.

To facilitate attitudinal change, institutional capacity building and empowerment of women to ensure that women in targeted districts of Rwanda can enjoy equal rights and live free from discrimination and violence.

Rwanda Interfaith Council on Health

2017-18-2021/22

£1,338,480

Goal 3
Goal 5
Goal 10

6

Tearfund

Sustainable Economic and Agricultural Development Project.

To contribute towards poverty reduction through increasing alternative income generation activities and improving financial literacy.

Tearfund Rwanda

2017-18-2021/22

£1,348,599

Goal 1
Goal 8
Goal 10

7

Challenges Worldwide

Rwanda coffee Market building for people and prosperity.

To promote sustainable economic development through building the capacity of coffee cooperatives and community members.

Twin Rwanda

2017-18-2021/22

£1,283,668

Goal 8

Kenya

1

Educate the Kids (Samson Chivatsi African Children's Appeal)

The Singing Children of Africa Choir.

To offer a unique opportunity for the children to participate in a life changing cultural exchange celebrating the Global Citizenship month.

Joluarabi School

2017-18

£5,000

Goal 4
Goal 5


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