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DFID bilateral and multilateral results 2012-13

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Table 2.1 Bilateral and multilateral results by sector 1, 2
Table 2.1.1 DFID commitments and results - wealth creation
Progress towards DFID results commitments
Commitment Indicator Indicator type** Results achieved up to 2011-12 inclusive Results achieved in 2012-13 Results achieved up to 2012-13 inclusive
All Male Female Not identified
Provide more than 50 million people with the means to work their way out of poverty * Number of people with access to financial services as a result of DFID support Peak year 11,650,000 19,540,000 30,300,000 13,140,000 14,630,000 2,530,000
Help up to half of the countries in Africa benefit from freer trade 13 Number of countries supported to agree an Africa Free Trade area Final Year 26 26 26 N/A N/A N/A
Secure the right to land and property for more than six million people Number of people supported through DFID programmes to improve their rights to land and property Cumulative 3,130,000 680,000 3,820,000 480,000 460,000 2,870,000
Headline results achieved by multilateral organisations
Indicator Organisation Previous Reporting Period Previous Result Latest Reporting Period Latest Result DFID's contribution as a % of total core funding 3
Number of micro-finance accounts opened or end borrowed reached AsDB 4 2011 1,130,000 2012 700,000 5 7
Number of micro/small/medium productive enterprises financed IADB 4 2011 40,000 2012 584,000 2 7
Number of active borrowers in micro-finance IFAD 4 2010 2,700,000 2011 4,260,000 4
Number of voluntary savers IFAD 4 2010 7,860,000 2011 4,960,000 4
Number of housing loans IFC 4 2010 1,900,000 2011 40,000 5 8
Number of microfinance loans IFC 4 2010 8,000,000 2011 19,700,000 5 8
Number of small and medium enterprise (SME) loans IFC 4 2010 1,700,000 2011 3,300,000 5 8
Number of jobs created PIDG 4 2002 to mid-2012 182,000 2002-2012 185,000 51
Table 2.1.2 DFID commitments and results - poverty, vulnerability, nutrition and hunger
Progress towards DFID results commitments
Commitment Indicator Indicator type Results achieved up to 2011/12 inclusive Results achieved in 2012/13 Results achieved up to 2012/13 inclusive
All Male Female Not identified
Help more than six million of the world's poorest people to escape extreme poverty Number of people benefiting from DFID-supported cash transfer programmes Peak year 3,660,000 5,830,000 6,120,000 2,690,000 2,970,000 460,000
Stop twenty million more children going hungry* Number of children under five and pregnant women reached through DFID's nutrition-relevant programmes Peak year 5,520,000 12,550,000 12,880,000 2,920,000 4,770,000 5,190,000
Ensure that another four million people have enough food throughout the year Number of people achieving food security through DFID support Peak year 880,000 810,000 1,020,000 480,000 540,000 0
Headline results achieved by multilateral organisations
Indicator Organisation Previous Reporting Period Previous Result Latest Reporting Period Latest Result DFID's contribution as a % of total core funding 3
Number of farmers given access to improved agricultural services and investment IADB 4 2011 2,522,000 2012 2,381,000 2 7
Number of people receiving services from International Fund for Agricultural Development supported projects IFAD 4 2010 43,100,000 2011 59,100,000 4
Number of people trained in crop production practices/technologies IFAD 4 2010 4,510,000 2011 4,830,000 4
Number of malnourished children provided with special nutritional support WFP 2011 11,100,000 2012 9,800,000 5
Number of people provided with food WFP 2011 99,100,000 2012 97,200,000 5
Number of school children receiving school meal and take home rations WFP 2011 23,200,000 2012 17,500,000 5
Number of women and children provided with food and nutritional support WFP 2011 82,900,000 2012 82,100,000 5
Table 2.1.3 DFID commitments and results - education
Progress towards DFID results commitments
Commitment Indicator Indicator type Results achieved up to 2011/12 inclusive Results achieved in 2012/13 Results achieved up to 2012/13 inclusive
All Male Female Not identified
Support nine million children in primary school Number of children supported by DFID in primary education (per annum) Peak Year 5,250,000 1,270,000 5,870,000 3,020,000 2,840,000 0
Support two million children in secondary school Number of children supported by DFID in lower secondary education (per annum) Peak Year 520,000 200,000 570,000 300,000 270,000 0
Support 700,000 girls in secondary school Number of girls supported by DFID in lower secondary education (per annum) Peak Year 230,000 130,000 270,000 N/A 270,000 N/A
N/A Number of children completing primary school education supported by DFID (per annum) Cumulative 630,000 70,000 700,000 350,000 350,000 0
Train more than 190,000 teachers and improve the quality of education and children's learning*** Number of teachers trained Cumulative 86,000 13,000 99,000 0 0 99,000
Headline results achieved by multilateral organisations
Indicator Organisation Previous Reporting Period Previous Result Latest Reporting Period Latest Result DFID's contribution as a % of total core funding 3
Number of teachers trained AsDB 4 2011 153,000 2012 670,000 5 7
Number of teachers trained GPE 6 2011 110,000 21
Number of teachers trained IADB 4 2011 61,000 2012 66,000 2 7
Number of teachers recruited or trained IDA 4 average FY 2008-2010 900,000 average FY 2010- 2012 900,000 11
Number of education ministry officials trained and coached in strategic planning and development UNESCO 2011 1,000 2012 1,400 7
Table 2.1.4 DFID commitments and results - health
Progress towards DFID results commitments
Commitment Indicator Indicator type Results achieved up to 2011/12 inclusive Results achieved in 2012/13 Results achieved up to 2012/13 inclusive
All Male Female Not identified
Save the lives of at least 50,000 women in pregnancy and childbirth Number of maternal lives saved through DFID support Modelled 6,000 0 6,000 N/A 6,000 N/A
Save the lives of 250,000 new born babies Number of neo-natal lives saved through DFID support Modelled 16,000 0 16,000 0 0 16,000
Help halve malaria deaths in ten of the worst affected countries Number of malaria specific deaths per 1000 persons per year Modelled Not available Not available Not available Not available Not available Not available
N/A Number of insecticide treated bed-nets distributed with DFID support Cumulative 12,630,000 9,760,000 22,390,000 N/A N/A N/A
Enable at least ten million more women to use modern methods of family planning by 2015*  Number of additional women using modern methods of family planning through DFID support Variable 3,250,000 3,400,000 4,810,000 N/A 4,810,000 N/A
Support at least two million women to deliver babies with skilled midwives, nurses or doctors Number of births delivered with the help of nurses, midwives or doctors through DFID support Cumulative 1,140,000 500,000 1,630,000 N/A 1,630,000 N/A
Help to vaccinate 90 million children fully against polio by doubling support to the Global Polio Eradication Initiative over the next two years (2011/12 and 2012/13) Number of children fully immunised against polio through the Global Polio Eradication Initiative**** Cumulative 78,000,000 48,000,000 126,000,000 0 0 126,000,000
Help immunise more than 55 million children against preventable diseases*** Number of children immunised against preventable disease through support to GAVI Cumulative 12,210,000 10,600,000 22,810,000 0 0 22,810,000
Headline results achieved by multilateral organisations
Indicator Organisation Previous Reporting Period Previous Result Latest Reporting Period Latest Result DFID's contribution as a % of total core funding 3
Number of HIV positive women provided with treatment to prevent transmission to their babies GFATM 4 2011 300,000 2012 400,000 12
Number of insecticide treated bednets distributed GFATM 4,5 2011 70,000,000 2012 80,000,000 12
Number of people provided with treatment for AIDS GFATM 4 2011 300,000 2012 900,000 12
Number of tuberculosis cases detected and treated GFATM 4 2011 900,000 2012 1,100,000 12
People provided with a basic package of health, nutrition or population services IDA 4 average FY 2008-2010 13,000,000 average FY 2010- 2012 19,000,000 11
Number of female condoms procured UNFPA 2011 6,207,000 2012 17,459,000 7
Number of vitamin A treatments procured UNICEF 9 2011 574,000,000 2012 506,000,000 4
Children benefitting from child-friendly HIV/ AIDS medicines UNITAID 2007-2010 350,000 2011 65,000 22
Children supplied with tuberculosis treatments UNITAID 2007-2010 915,000 2011 183,600 22
Number of children immunised against preventable diseases GAVI 14 2011 37,300,000 2012 46,000,000 20
Number of children immunised IDA 4 average FY 2008-2010 85,000,000 average FY 2010- 2012 135,000,000 11
Table 2.1.5 DFID commitments and results - water, sanitation and hygiene
Progress towards DFID results commitments
Commitment Indicator Indicator type Results achieved up to 2011/12 inclusive Results achieved in 2012/13 Results achieved up to 2012/13 inclusive
All Male Female Not identified
Provide 60 million people with access to water, sanitation and/or hygiene*  Number of unique people reached with one or more water, sanitation or hygiene promotion intervention Cumulative 13,820,000 5,800,000 19,620,000 6,070,000 5,920,000 7,630,000
N/A Number of people with sustainable access to clean drinking water sources through DFID support ***** Cumulative 2,240,000 3,140,000 5,380,000 2,080,000 1,990,000 1,310,000
Number of people with sustainable access to an improved sanitation facility through DFID support***** Cumulative 2,960,000 3,820,000 6,790,000 2,510,000 2,490,000 1,780,000
Number of people reached with access to improved hygiene through DFID support to hygiene promotion***** Cumulative 8,380,000 4,880,000 13,260,000 5,560,000 5,480,000 2,220,000
Headline results achieved by multilateral organisations
Indicator Organisation Previous Reporting Period Previous Result Latest Reporting Period Latest Result DFID's contribution as a % of total core funding 3
Number of people with new or improved access to water and sanitation AfDB 4 2009-2011 12,483,000 2010-2012 14,850,000 10 7
Number of new households served with water supply AsDB 4 2011 1,593,000 2012 2,500,000 5 7
Number of households with access to water supply and sanitation CDB 4 2011 10,000 2012 9,000 24 7
Number of households with new or upgraded sanitary connections IADB 2011 87,000 2012 156,000 2 7
Number of people with access to clean drinking water IDA 4 average 2008-2010 31,000,000 average FY 2010- 2012 33,000,000 11
Number of people with access to improved sanitation facilities IDA 4 average 2008-2010 1,600,000 average FY 2010- 2012 2,600,000 11
Table 2.1.6 DFID commitments and results - humanitarian
Progress towards DFID results commitments
Commitment Indicator Indicator type Results achieved up to 2011/12 inclusive Results achieved in 2012/13 Results achieved up to 2012/13 inclusive
All Male Female Not identified
N/A Number of people reached with emergency food assistance through DFID support Peak year 6,490,000 5,080,000 8,740,000 1,590,000 1,590,000 5,550,000
Headline results achieved by multilateral organisations
Indicator Organisation Previous Reporting Period Previous Result Latest Reporting Period Latest Result DFID's contribution as a % of total core funding 3
Number of people benefiting from disaster preparedness activities ECHO 2011 12,000,000 2012 14,000,000 14
Number of people provided with humanitarian assistance ECHO 2011 117,000,000 2012 122,000,000 14
Number of civilians provided with essential household items ICRC 2011 4,942,000 2012 2,772,000 16
Number of detainees visited ICRC 2011 540,000 2012 540,000 16
Number of migrants, internally displaced persons, refugees and other vulnerable groups receiving emergency, migration and durable support (e.g. shelters) IOM 2011 11,000,000 2012 13,000,000 7
Number of displaced people (refugees and internally displaced people) receiving protection or assistance UNHCR 14 2011 25,878,000 2012 28,200,000 13
Number of severely malnourished children aged 6-59 months reached with therapeutic feeding programmes UNICEF 4 2011 36,000,000 2012 2,110,000 4
Table 2.1.7 DFID commitments and results - governance and security
Progress towards DFID results commitments
Commitment Indicator Indicator type Results achieved up to 2011/12 inclusive Results achieved in 2012/13 Results achieved up to 2012/13 inclusive
All Male Female Not identified
Focus 30% of our aid on war torn and unstable countries by 2014 Proportion of UK aid spent in Fragile and Conflict Afflicted States N/A To be reported at end 2014-15 To be reported at end 2014-15 N/A N/A N/A N/A
Support freer and fairer elections in 13 countries 11, 12, 13 Number of countries supported by DFID in freer & fairer elections Cumulative 4 3 7 N/A N/A N/A
Number of people who vote in elections supported by DFID Cumulative 57,610,000 26,040,000 83,650,000 8,900,000 8,640,000 66,110,000
Support 40 million people to hold authorities to account Number of people supported to have choice and control over their own development and to hold decision makers to account Peak Year 18,300,000 28,570,000 33,410,000 14,740,000 13,220,000 5,450,000
Help ten million women to access justice through the courts, police and legal assistance Number of women and girls with improved access to security and justice services through DFID support Peak year 5,160,000 1,960,000 6,460,000 N/A 6,460,000 N/A
Table 2.1.8 DFID commitments and results - climate change
Progress towards DFID results commitments
Commitment Indicator Indicator type Results achieved up to 2011/12 inclusive Results achieved in 2012/13 Results achieved up to 2012/13 inclusive
All Male Female Not identified
Help millions of poor people protect their lives and livelihoods from the impacts of climate change 10 Number of people supported by DFID funding to cope with the effects of climate change Cumulative 20,000 230,000 250,000 110,000 100,000 40,000
Support poor countries to develop in ways that avoid or reduce harmful emissions Number of people with improved access to clean energy as a result of DFID funding Cumulative 980,000 140,000 1,120,000 580,000 530,000 10,000
Give more protection to the world's forests and the 1.2 billion people who depend on them Number of hectares where deforestation and degradation have been avoided Cumulative 1,000 1,000 3,000 N/A N/A N/A
Table 2.1.8 DFID commitments and results - infrastructure
Progress towards DFID results commitments
Headline results achieved by multilateral organisations
Indicator Organisation Previous Reporting Period Previous Result Latest Reporting Period Latest Result DFID's contribution as a % of total core funding 3
People with improved access to transport AfDB 4 2009-2011 10,805,000 2010-2012 34,069,000 10 7
People benefiting from new or improved electricity connections AfDB 4 2009-2011 6,657,000 2012 7,922,000 10 7
Number of new households connected to electricity AsDB 4 2011 413,000 2012 174,000 5 7
Beneficiaries of road projects AsDB 4 2011 175,387,000 2012 128,600,000 5 7
Beneficiaries of road projects CDB 4 2011 72,000 2012 165,000 24 7
Roads constructed and rehabilitated (km) IDA 4 average 2008-2010 32,000 average FY 2010- 2012 34,000 11
Kilometres of roads constructed / rehabilitated IFAD 4 2010 18,000 2011 20 000 4
People impacted with improved/new power supply PIDG 4 2002-mid-2012 12,600,000 2002-2012 13,149,000 51
Footnotes
* Commitment to be achieved through both multilateral and bilateral channels.
** Cumulative indicators take the sum of the results achieved across the various years to measure performance. Peak years indicators measure performance by taking the maximum result achieved across all years; this is a prudent way to measure the number of unique individuals reached.
*** Commitment to be achieved through multilateral channels only
**** Results achieved relate to those on 2011/12 and 2012/13 only. Note that in addition to doubling resources for 2 years an additional £25m was spent.
***** These results are reflect bilateral results only. In addition these 3 sub-indicators do not sum to the headline indicator because of double counting .
1. Sources for all multilateral indicators can be found in Annex C.
2. DFID Results commitments estimates have been rounded to the nearest ten thousand where they are above ten thousand; otherwise they are rounded to the nearest ten thousand. Multilateral results are reported to the nearest million they have been presented in this way; otherwise results have been rounded down to nearest thousand.
3. The DFID burden share presented here are not suitable to calculate a DFID results attribution of multilateral results. The results presented in this table are achieved through all funding streams that the multilateral receive, not just limited to core funding
4. Result delivered through multilaterals and its partners.
5. GFATM does not engage in direct procurement activities; instead these are managed under the full responsibility of grant recipients. However, GFATM provides mechanisms to promote and cost-effective procurement of health products.
6. Achievement relating to around 90% of the portfolio value in 2011
7. Burden share relates to the concessionary fund only. The results presented are achieved through concessionary and non-concessionary funds of the Bank.
8. The UK has a 5% IFC shareholding, with contribution in the past.
9. Includes in-kind assistance
10. Previous results for this indicator included figures for all people receiving support to cope with the effects of climate change. These results did not delineate beneficiaries by the intensity of support given nor whether the beneficiaries where targeted or not. We can now disaggregate the results to show whether support received was direct or indirect. We have decided to report direct support only as this type of support can be shown to help discrete beneficiaries cope with the effects of climate change whilst indirect support cannot. Definitions for direct and indirect support are given below. Direct support is where beneficiaries have been targeted and the intervention is high intensity. Examples could include people receiving social protection cash transfers, houses raised on plinths and training of individuals in communities to develop emergency plans. Beneficiaries who receive indirect support may or may not have been targeted and have received medium intensity support. Examples could include people receiving weather information, text message early warnings and people within the catchment area of a large infrastructure project (e.g. flood defences).
11. Since the previous Annual Report the methodology for determining whether and an election is ‘freer and fairer’ has been strengthened and clarified. The methodology draws on independent observer reports to consider the extent to which elections are credible, non-violent and reflect the will of the people. As a result of this improvement the results against election indicators for 2011-12 have been revised
12. The number of countries where we have supported freer and fairer elections which are also fragile and conflict afflicted states was two up 2011-12 inclusive, one in 2012-13 and so three up to 2012-13 inclusive.
13. DFID is supporting elections through regional programmes which reached an additional 64 million voters in 14 countries
14. The 2012 figures are provisional, please see UNHCR/GAVI Annual reports for the final figures
N/A= Not applicable