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Table 2 Overview of transition funds managed by UNICEF in Zimbabwe

From: Post-crisis Zimbabwe’s innovative financing mechanisms in the social sectors: a practical approach to implementing the new deal for engagement in fragile states

Sector Name Duration Scope Funding levels (USD) Major donors
Child Protection Programme of Support, Child Protection Fund 2007–2010 and 2011–2014 (phase 2) OVC programmes evolving into integrated child and social protection including cash transfers, justice for children and case management Phase 1: 70 million UK
Germany
Phase 2: 80 million Sweden
NZ
Netherlands
Urban water, sanitation and hygiene Emergency rehabilitation and risk reduction 2009–2012 Urban WASH rehabilitation focused on small towns 40 million Australia
UK
ECHO
Rural water, sanitation and hygiene Water and sanitation transition fund 2011–2015 Rural WASH including borehole drilling, rehabilitation, new operations and maintenance models and community-led total sanitation 50 million UK
Education Education transition fund 2009 -2011 and 2011–2014 (phase 2) Learning materials and textbooks evolving into focus on quality of and access to basic education including a new school grants programme, comprehensive curriculum review and support for second chance programmes for out of school youth Phase 1: 50 million EC
Norway
Phase 2: 70 million Finland
Netherlands
UK
Germany
OSISA
US
NZ
Australia
Japan
Sweden
Health and Nutrition Health transition fund 2009–2011 Essential medicines evolving into comprehensive MNCH and health systems support, including essential medicines, human resources, and support to recurrent costs at health facility level Phase 1: 70 million EC
2011–2015 (phase 2) UK
Phase 2: 400 million Canada
Sweden
Ireland
Australia
Norway