Presentation on theme: "CBMS For PRSP Monitoring in Nepal Brief description about Nepal Tenth Plan & PRSP PRSP Monitoring MIMAP and PDMS Activities Use of PDMS PRSP Monitoring."— Presentation transcript:
CBMS For PRSP Monitoring in Nepal Brief description about Nepal Tenth Plan & PRSP PRSP Monitoring MIMAP and PDMS Activities Use of PDMS PRSP Monitoring vis-à-vis MIMAP PDMS
Major Socio-Economic Objectives of PRSP/Tenth Plan
Poverty Monitoring & Analysis System (PMAS) Poverty Monitoring Section (PMS) under the CMED (Central Monitoring and Evaluation division) of NPC will be the focal point for the system. A system of input, output monitoring requiring coordination between line ministries, district level agencies and Central Monitoring and Evaluation Division of the NPC has been specified. A public expenditure tracking of programmes and projects has been proposed. Performance monitoring based on intermediate indicators is to be performed annually through the sectoral MIS. A core set of Outcome/Impact and process indicators have been proposed for tracking over time; A sequencing of surveys has been proposed as follows as the key source of data for poverty monitoring; it will also avoid the past duplication of efforts, information and lack of coordination.
CBS will be the focal point for conducting the national HH surveys; its capacity will be improved. Participatory monitoring and evaluation will complement the quantitative surveys.
District Poverty & Analysis System (DPMAS) Six key sectors have been identified for implementation and outcome/impact monitoring which are to be primarily based on the sectoral MIS supported by information derived from household surveys; Monitoring of 28 input, 39 output, and 37 outcome/impact indicators are proposed; Quantitative and qualitative approaches (including PPA) have been proposed as monitoring tools; most of the outcome/impact indicators are to be derived from 'household survey'. However, there is no further elaboration on whether the HH survey would be based on sample or census basis and how it is to be conducted DDC is to be the lead institution for DPMAS implementation; NPC and MLD are to support DDC in DPMAS implementation; Building the system from existing institutional framework rather than building new mechanism; and The system is to be institutionalized both at the DDC level;
MIMAP: Poverty & Development Monitoring System 62 Indicators Community level data collection & analysis system
Uses of PDMS Poverty & Development Monitoring VDC Planning Exercise
PDMS information & VDC Profile for need assessment & Resource Analysis. Broad areas covered in VDC Planning Exercise a.Agriculture Irrigation, Seed multiplication, Horticulture, Vegetable, Livestock b. Roads c. Electrification d. Forest e. Information and Communication f. Social Services Education, Health, Drinking Water, Sanitation, Social Security g. Small Scale and cottage industry h. Women Development
PRSP Monitoring vis-à-vis a.Administrative & Statistical level MIMAP-PDMS : VDC level PRSP-PMS : District level MIMAP-PDMS : Whole community PRSP-PMS : Selected Households b.Statistical Coverage MIMAP-PDMS : All VDCs & all Wards PRSP-PMS : Sampling Basis
c.Periodicity MIMAP-PDMS : Yearly updated set of indicators PRSP-PMS :4 years based system d.Sustainability MIMAP-PDMS :Feasible with the human,physical & financial resources available at VDC level. PRSP-PMS: Relies on the technical staff of the CBS