Rural Development Programme

Solomon Islands Ministry of Development, Planning and Aid Coordination

The objective of this programme is to improve access to basic services in rural areas
and the production and productivity of farmers.

Rural Development Programme

Solomon Islands Ministry of Development, Planning and Aid Coordination

Ferakui Water Supply

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Status: Ongoing
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84.2%

84.2% Completion

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Name: Ferakui Water Supply
GPS Coordinates: -8.593302177810(lat), 160.684375360000(lng)
Province: Malaita
Ward: Fauabu
Village: Ferakui/Tofafo
Cycle: Cycle5
Nature of Sub-project: New

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Subproject Objective: To provide clean running water for drinking and other household use to Ferakui communities.

Brief Description: Ferakui Water Supply project will be a newly built project and will provide drinking water to several Ferakui community and other small nearby households. It is gravity fed and will cover several newly settlements within Ferakui catchment.

Date approved by Province: 20/06/2016
Date TDF approved: 20/06/2018
Community Helper name: Alex Faleka

Is this project added because of a discontinued project: No

Subproject Type: Water Supply (Gravity Fed)
Sector: Health
Subsector: Water Supply

Date of SIC establishment meeting: 10/01/2017
Agreed name of SIC: Ferakui SIC

SIC Executive Members:

Position (given) Name Gender M/F (select)
Chairperson Andy Ramo Male
Treasurer/Accountant Shirly Kwaisulia Female
Secretary David Tua Male
Technical Officer Robert Diko Male
Youth Member Sted. Boe Male
Member1 Philip Tua Male
Member2 George D. Male
Member3 Jude. A Male

Total Beneficiaries

Age Group Male Female Total
0 - 14 yrs 81 94 175
15 - 24 yrs 78 47 125
25 - 59 yrs 92 96 188
60+ yrs 6 4 10
Total 257 241 498
People with special needs: 2 Households: 89


Names of villages expected to benefit and number of beneficiaries:

Ferakui/Tofafo

Age Group Male Female Total
0 - 14 yrs 81 94 175
15 - 24 yrs 78 47 125
25 - 59 yrs 92 96 188
60+ 6 4 10
Total 257 241 498
People with special needs 2 Households 89

Work plan stages and activities:

Stage1 Completed
Contract Construction supervisor Yes
Collect sand and gravel Yes
Milling of Timber Yes
Purchase of hardware materials Yes
Gutting & threading of GI pipes Yes
Stage2 Completed
Freighting of hardware materials Yes
Construct Aranui Spring Box Yes
Construct Aranui Standpipes No
Excavation of pipelines in Aranui Yes
Laying of pipes in Aranui Yes
Stage3 Completed
Confirm location for storage tank Yes
Mark and brush pipeline Yes
Construct intake in Aikalo Yes
Construct storage tank + BPT Yes
Construct stream crossing & SPs Yes
Stage4 Completed
Excavate pipeline Yes
Connect standpipes Yes
Test system for leakage No
Bury pipeline No

Community procurement plan. List of up to 20 items/contracts:

# Contract Title Contractor Select Goods/Work/Services Cost SBD $
1 Timber milling Unknown Work 2000
2 Hardware materials Unknown Goods 156263
3 Contract Supervisor Unknown Services 20000

Contribution:

Source Original Amount Planned in TDF Actual amount paid Source contribution % to total Purpose RDP funds acquitted
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