MONITORING & EVALUATION'S INDICATORS

Engineering

Engineering

1.Embankment works: Bank revetment works 2.Embankment works: Slope protection of embankment 3.Drainage works: Re-excavation of drainage channels 4.Drainage works: maintenance 5.Concreting Works: Construction of flushing inlets 6.Concreting Works: Repairing of sluices 7.Concreting Works: Repairing of flushing inlets 8.A crossdam in Nalian River 9.Status of other works against work program

Agriculture

Agriculture

1.Volume and Value of Agricultural Production 2.Yield (HYV rice, local rice, vegetables) 3.Percent of Cropped Area Planted to high yielding variety (HYV) of rice 4.Percent of Cropped Area in High Value Crops 5.Expenditure per Farm Hectare on Chemical Fertilizer 6.Yield of Fish/Shrimp Production (Culture) 7.Fish Capture Tonnage 8.Average number of livestock per HH 9.Irrigated area - by source

Environmantal

Environmantal

1.Percent of sites having surface water quality (chemical/physical) within acceptable standards 2.Percent of sites having ground water quality (chemical/physical) within acceptable standard 3.The extent of land area with soil quality (pollution, waterlogging/ swamping, salinity and fertility) outside of acceptable standard 4.Afforestation/Reforestation along river, houselots, canals 5.Surface Water Quality -biological 6.Percent of borrow pits landscaped as per specifications 7.Contractor Compliance with SEMPs 8.Min of Finance prepared and adopted CER Implementation Plan that is agreed with the WB 9.Disaster Management Capacity milestones achieved

Socio

Socio-Economic

1.Household Income by Source (crop, livestock, fisheries, off-farm) 2.Percent of household expenditures on non-essential items 3.Mortality and Morbidity Rates & Approval 4.Malnutrition: Percent Stunting, Underweight, Wasting Condition in Children 5.School enrollment rate 6.Number of shops that are in markets in the polders 7.Size of total landholding by category of household 8.Size of farm landholding by category of household 9.Land tenure pattern among polder residents 10.Percent of physically resettled PAHs who are title holders 11.Percent of PAHs moving out of the polder areas 12.Local employment generated directly by the project 13.Quantity of land acquired versus plan from titled EP 14.Number and percent of EP compensated compared to plan

Institutional

Institutional

1.Polder Committees functioning (meeting regularly, operations, no. of disputes) 2.M&E Capacity of BWDB 3.Polder committees formed 4.Number of persons trained in resettlement at BWDB 5.GRC functioning

Financial

Financial

1.Land Compensation paid to EPs 2.Compensation of all types paid to EP compared to plan 3.Value of damages/losses due to flooding events (whether river flooding or storm surges)

Institutional

PDO Indicators per PAD/DPP

1.Gross area protected 2.Direct beneficiaries from increased resilience to climate change (number) and % women (PPCR core indic. A1.3) 3.Cropping intensity 4.Contingent Emergency Appropriation

Financial

Intermediate Results Indicators per PAD/DPP

1.Length of upgraded embankment 2.Drainage structures replaced and upgraded 3.Regulators upgraded 4.Flushing inlets upgraded 5.Length of drainage channels upgraded 6.Area Afforested (PPCR core indic. B3) 7.Water Management Organizations functioning (meeting regularly, operations, no. of disputes) 8.Water Management Organization (WMO) formed 9.Improved coastal monitoring - studies undertaken (as related to PPCR core indicator on the use of climate information in decision-making) 10.BWDB days of training provided 11.Grievance Redress Committees (GRC) established

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