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1 M IDP/ Sector Plan

2 2 1.Introduction 2.Vision & Goals 3.High level key programmes 4.Quantifiable deliverables 4.Community Development 5.Contribution to 2010, and Inner City Contents

3 3 Introduction  Community Development portfolio:-  Arts Culture & Heritage Services  Human Development  Library Information Services  Sport & Recreation  Corporate Management Support  Capital Projects Implementation and Maintenance  Management Services  MOEs  Johannesburg Civic Theatre  Roodepoort City Theatre

4 4 Delivery Agenda and Projected Budget Improve access by poor and vulnerable households to social support mechanisms and safety nets provided by the City, and where possible reduce household dependence on City-provided social support over the longer term 100% access to social package by qualifying households Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes City Social Package programme Develop and implement a social support ‘exit strategy’ to minimise dependence of beneficiaries on the Package (e.g. scale down some components of the Package over time; target skills development or EPWP towards registered households; and introduce measures to facilitate access to forms of risk insurance, co-operative support, etc). Develop sustainable food programme strategy with exit plan including database management Vulnerable group support programme – Social Package and support will be accessible to the aged Support programmes for aged covered under sport and recreation

5 5 IDP/ Sector Plan Promote access to and uptake of social grants for all qualifying residents 100% of qualifying citizens are knowledgeable about how to access social grants Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes Access to Social Grants programme Work with Gauteng Provincial Government and the National Social Security Agency, as required, to, inter alia by ensuring that all households benefiting from the City’s Social Package know about and can access social grants if they are eligible. create one-window opportunities for accessing social grants by consolidating provincial database and city database of recipients Develop and periodically update an information booklet on social grants; make this available at all people centres, libraries, clinics etc across the city; and proactively distribute through ECD facilities, HIV & AIDS community-based care outreach projects, etc. Develop and consolidate social grant booklet with city social package information including Braille version periodically update an information booklet on social grants; Provide an ongoing training programme for frontline staff in clinics, people’s centres etc to empower them to answer questions on the availability of social grants and procedures for accessing them. Train frontline at Joburg Connect and All People centres

6 6 Either directly, or through the conduit of civil society institutions and community groups, run additional non- financial poverty-alleviation projects to assist poor and vulnerable households and communities Increased number of City-run or supported poverty alleviation projects Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes Vulnerable Households Support programme Run other innovative small-scale poverty alleviation projects that assist groups of households to access some measure of sustainable livelihood, in particular by linking up cooperative and community-based production of bricks, crafts, garments and foodstuffs to formal retail businesses. Support ED Department Develop appropriate initiatives that will provide support to the aged Food Support, Healthy living lifestyles, pension assistance, safety and recreation, luncheon clubs in recreation centres and old age homes IDP/ Sector Plan

7 7 Either directly, or through the conduit of civil society institutions and community groups, run additional non- financial poverty-alleviation projects to assist poor and vulnerable households and communities Increased number of City-run or supported poverty alleviation projects Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes Vulnerable Households Support programme In a targeted manner, assist special categories of vulnerable households to gain greater security Support to child-headed households to access school and retain security of tenure. Assist poor and vulnerable households with specific priority needs Nutrition support, home-based care in partnership with health services department, developing a sustainable food programme and supporting them to meet their own nutritional needs through food gardens etc. IDP/ Sector Plan

8 8 Enhance the quality of Early Childhood Development care through the provision of institutional support to ECD facilities across the city x% of ECD facilities able to improve on their grading in terms of the vulnerability index Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes Early Childhood Development (ECD) programme Establish, and mobilise funding for, a City of Johannesburg ECD Fund to augment City budget for ECD. Link ECD’s to Province for subsidy Ensure compliance of ECD facilities & programmes in the city on the basis of a ‘vulnerability index’. annual census grade all facilities measuring adherence to standards, quality of care etc). Work with the Gauteng Provincial Department of Education to ensure accreditation of ECD facilities. Refer 20 ECD facilities to Province for accreditation Implement a rolling ECD training programme for care-givers All, ensuring that participation in this training programme is adequately recognised. IDP/ Sector Plan

9 9 Promote the inclusion and development of women Increased range of activities empowering women and increased representation of women in city activities. Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes Women Development programme Develop a strategy for women development (community development aspect) that includes: -Women entrepreneurship/skills training projects (as per Skills Development Programme below) -Support for women’s co-operatives -Support for women in arts, culture, heritage and sports -Targets for procurement and EPWP to benefit women -Social amenities for women in the survivalist sector (i.e. women hawkers) -Empowerment zones for women -Support for homeless women As delivery agenda Support ED Department DED R6million Referral and counseling IDP/ Sector Plan

10 10 Promote spatial equality through the creation of sustainable human settlements Improved proportion of residents within 5km of key social infrastructure Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes Sustainable Human Settlements programme Develop a planning and management framework jointly determined with the City’s Departments of Housing and Development Planning, develop new community halls, libraries, sports and recreation facilities in target areas currently showing a deficit in social infrastructure within new housing developments. Human Development Coordination Explore public private partnerships for development and management of some of this infrastructure. Human Development Coordination Identify those social services and facilities that are lacking that need to be addressed with special emphasis on arts and culture. Finalise audit and Upgrade, maintenance and management of facilities plan IDP/ Sector Plan

11 11 Promote spatial equality through the creation of sustainable human settlements Improved proportion of residents within 5km of key social infrastructure Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes Sustainable Human Settlements programme Develop a planning and management framework jointly determined with the City’s Departments of Housing and Development Planning, develop new community halls, libraries, sports and recreation facilities in target areas currently showing a deficit in social infrastructure within new housing developments. Framework developed with Housing and Development Planning Explore public private partnerships for development and management of some of this infrastructure. As above Identify those social services and facilities that are lacking that need to be addressed with special emphasis on arts and culture. As above IDP/ Sector Plan

12 12 Address economic inequality by enabling people previously denied opportunities because of skills gaps to participate in economic activity and/or start and grow their businesses Greater number of users benefiting from assisted literacy and numeracy training at City libraries and targeted skills development programmes Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes Skills Development programme Run sports and arts development programmes in partnership with professional bodies. Partnership with sporting bodies and federations Facilitate training of SMME’s and co- orporatives on tendering/procurement Support DED IDP/ Sector Plan

13 13 Address economic inequality by enabling people previously denied opportunities because of skills gaps to participate in economic activity and/or start and grow their businesses Greater number of users benefiting from assisted literacy and numeracy training at City libraries and targeted skills development programmes Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes Skills Development programme Establish Computer Based Literacy/ Numeracy centres. centres at 50% of the City’s Public Libraries. Provide tangible support to assist learners, including support staff on site. 50 support staff across all libraries Run coherent ABET and life-skills programmes through the City’s own skills-centres, multipurpose centres, sports and recreation facilities, etc. ABET run by Corporate Shared Services but some courses run at all Libraries Introduce a programme in libraries that will assist learners to develop their reading and comprehension skills. Roll out Story Skirmish and Battle of the books at 100 schools Staff members to assist learners. Provide 50 support IDP/ Sector Plan

14 14 Improve the opportunities for citizen interaction through attractive and accessible public spaces Increased number of developed public spaces (other than formal parks) where citizens can interact freely and safely Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes Public Spaces programme Through an integrated approach between city departments, MOEs and other stakeholders (incl. business / property developers and other spheres of government) develop public spaces projects to be rolled out over the term of office. develop public spaces projects to be rolled out in Mofolo Park & Klipspruit Ensure greater equity in the distribution of public spaces by identifying and developing new or historical public spaces in regions not adequately provided. Replicate Newtown in 2 Regions Establish recreational streets in selected neighbourhoods in each region and entrench the recreational street concept in all new township developments. Establish 2 recreational streets Develop a ‘metropolitan public space’ for mass events, celebrations in support of the City’s stature, arts, culture and heritage. Replicate Newtown in 2 Regions IDP/ Sector Plan

15 15 Build city-wide social cohesion through arts and culture and heritage Steadily increasing percentage of residents who have either participated in or attended a City of Johannesburg led arts, culture or heritage initiative Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes Theatres Support for the Arts programme Build new facilities jazz room and an outdoor theatre in the theatre gardens Develop and deliver a theatre for Soweto as well as advocate for the development of cinema and associated restaurant facilities. Theatre for Soweto IDP/ Sector Plan

16 16 Build city-wide social cohesion through arts and culture and heritage Steadily increasing percentage of residents who have either participated in or attended a City of Johannesburg led arts, culture or heritage initiative Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes Theatres Support for the Arts programme Tesson Theatre: Encourage the use of the auditorium by young actors to present personalised African experiences Learning producing and marketing skills for the future viability of the industry. The People’s Theatre: Expand performances for children between the ages of 3 and 12. Early Childhood development The Actor’s Theatre: Learners skills workshops Skills Development for actors, dancers, singers, directors, choreographers, playwrights etc. SA Ballet Theatre Studio: Training young dancers from HDC’s through workshops and subsidised learner programmes in order to create the professional ballet dancers of the future. Professional Ballet Dancing skills IDP/ Sector Plan

17 17 Build city-wide social cohesion through arts and culture and heritage Steadily increasing percentage of residents who have either participated in or attended a City of Johannesburg led arts, culture or heritage initiative Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes Theatres Support for the Arts programme Continue to promote the Civic Theatre and Roodepoort Theatre as flagship social assets expand entertainment and arts promotion programmes making a vital contribution to the quality of life of diverse audiences. Promote access to communities, to ensure that more Johannesburg residents – especially children and youth – benefit from the unique cultural experience that can only be offered by these core centres of excellence for human development. By providing subsidised tickets, bus transport to residents in isolated areas, and outreach measures Ensure the financial viability of the Theatres in their own right, whilst also providing meaningful financial support to Theatres to give effect to subsidised access. Turnaround strategy for Roodepoort to focus on Developmental Programmes and Civic Theatre to maintain commercial role IDP/ Sector Plan

18 18 Build city-wide social cohesion through arts and culture and heritage Steadily increasing percentage of residents who have either participated in or attended a City of Johannesburg led arts, culture or heritage initiative Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes Heritage programme Inaugurate the Sophiatown Heritage Park through displays and the construction of a memorial. Quarterly displays Undertake a feasibility study to establish a Joburg Museum of African Art to showcase the world-class collections currently in storage. Sustainable Plan Develop Orlando West tourist precinct to become a major tourism driver in Soweto. Consolidate the Vilakazi Precinct (Uncle Toms Community Centre, Hector Pieterson Museum, Mandela House Museum Consolidate the Soweto tourism link with the Vilakazi precinct. Complete the Oppenheimer Towers and Credo Mutwa Village project IDP/ Sector Plan

19 19 Build city-wide social cohesion through arts and culture and heritage Steadily increasing percentage of residents who have either participated in or attended a City of Johannesburg led arts, culture or heritage initiative Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes Cultural Life programme In partnership with the Gauteng Provincial Government, showcase traditional culture through a Traditional Dance Project to be held in key public spaces once a year. Continuous arts alive programmes Initiate the Soweto Sports Museum one Upgrade community halls (to include sprung wooden floors for dance etc.) 2 in existing facilities Profile Joburg as an ‘Art City’ in the run-up to the 2010 World Cup Art exhibitions and programmes quarterly Identify and promote a niche mass event that would give Joburg a competitive advantage for Arts and Culture over other South African cities and turn it into a number one/’must see’ event for the country. Tri- annual Literary Festival ( Still being developed, subject to change) IDP/ Sector Plan

20 20 Build city-wide social cohesion through arts and culture and heritage Steadily increasing percentage of residents who have either participated in or attended a City of Johannesburg led arts, culture or heritage initiative Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes Cultural Life programme Develop and publish Cultural Calendar that focuses on cultural and religious activities of all the citizens of the city. Annually Establish the Joburg Student Art Annual Inter- school cultural programme to bring together young artists from public and private tertiary art schools, into a single major annual show across all art forms and a range of venues. Annually Upgrade the Arts Alive Festival to culminate in a triennial International Arts Expo by Strategy and Plan for a Tri Annual event Consolidate and expand Joburg Carnival to increase troop participation, establish a base- camp for skills development linked to carnival activities, and promote inter-cultural dialogue with the African Diaspora in the city. Introduce more camps throughout the year. Promote involvement of 2 other countries. IDP/ Sector Plan

21 21 Build city-wide social cohesion through arts and culture and heritage Steadily increasing percentage of residents who have either participated in or attended a City of Johannesburg led arts, culture or heritage initiative Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes Public Arts programme Install public art exhibitions across the city, 10 exhibitions to promote social cohesion through the arts. Transform the streetscape of selected streets, corridors and precincts (with priority given to 2010 precincts) through highly visible public art (for example the use of commissioned graffiti works) and ensure the maintenance of existing public art. Nelson Mandela Bridge linkage to Newtown and Braamfontein Develop an integrated programme of support for up and coming artists Growth of the Joburg Art Bank project (with EDU). Feasibility study for the upgrade of King George for the Johannesburg Art Gallery to be, more accessible, more suitable for an expanding world-class collection. Feasibility study in partnership with Development Planning and Transportation Departments IDP/ Sector Plan

22 22 Build city-wide social cohesion through sports and recreation Improved accessibility to sports and recreation facilities and programmes, both in terms of distribution across the city and in terms of average operating hours Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes 2010 Soccer World Cup programme (Sports & recreation component) Work with other stakeholders to upgrade 2010 stadiums and training facilities as legacy for the city. Orlando, Rand & Dobsonville stadia Establish partnerships with local teams for utilisation of these facilities Greening of 45 of the 92 informal sports fields Establish key partnerships with communities and civil society organisations to ensure a social legacy from 2010, inter alia by using the run-up to the World Cup to expand and institutionalise community organised sporting activities. Legends Programme - Mayoral Cup, Kiddies Olympics, Ubuntu Cup, Roving recreation vehicle Renovation of existing facilities for a sport complex/precinct/city I.e. Ellis Park Olympic size swimming pool, Wembley Stadium gymnastics IDP/ Sector Plan

23 23 Build city-wide social cohesion through sports and recreation Improved accessibility to sports and recreation facilities and programmes, both in terms of distribution across the city and in terms of average operating hours Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes Sports and Development programme Support schools in the city currently trying to reintroduce physical education in their curriculum. Run school cups and challenges in partnership with GDE Establish 2 Hubs 4 mass programmes Explore building sports facilities in schools in partnership with GDE. 1 more school ()6/07 Barnato High) As part of a ‘creative industry’ initiative, work with relevant partner organisations to develop a competitive sports programme for nurturing talent in previously disadvantaged communities so that talented individuals can perform on the international arena. 2 sports camps 2 burn survivor camps Review and improve current outreach programmes to Regions A,G, C & E IDP/ Sector Plan

24 24 Build city-wide social cohesion through sports and recreation Improved accessibility to sports and recreation facilities and programmes, both in terms of distribution across the city and in terms of average operating hours Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes Sports and Development programme Ensure a fairer distribution of sports and recreation facilities and facility based training programmes to support the growth of all sporting codes in all areas. Revive 2 Bowling Greens in Soweto. Brdgr, Chess, Draughts,Art & Home Industries. Scrabble, Chess, Dominoes,table tennis, swimming, computer training, life skills- peer education, civic education. Soccer, rugby, action cricket, volley ball, gymnastics, tennis. Expand access to facilities by addressing constraints (safety concerns, staff availability, etc) on longer operating times, and maintaining a discipline of regular opening and closing times. Maintenance, upgrade and management of facilities including pools, libraries museums, recreation centres etc. Award Mayoral sports and arts bursaries (3 per region and across sporting codes) linking to skills development activities conducted under Economic Development. 50 youths to be referred to professional structures 3 to receive bursaries IDP/ Sector Plan

25 25 Promote the inclusion and development of youth Increased range of youth activities and youth representation in city activities. Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes Street Children Opportunity programme Facilitate and support (including with civil society partners) the accommodation of street children to be reunited with their families or accommodated in suitable institutional accommodation. Include the provision of necessary social support (including access to schools) to ensure that they do not return to the streets. Identity 1 builing in the City for shelter Identify and maintain a database of those that are willing to go back home and to school Partner with Twilight children for support Undertake life-skill training, and arts, culture and sports programme at shelters and homes. Include them in carnival and literary programme IDP/ Sector Plan

26 26 Promote the inclusion and development of youth Increased range of youth activities and youth representation in city activities. Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes Youth Development programme With partners, roll-out youth action zones in targeted areas. Establish 4 Run an awareness campaign using youth role models to counter drug use and alcohol abuse. Quarterly Expand the youth diversion programme (under City Safety). 1 new Youth Techno Centre Support youth mentorship and peer-support programmes run by partner organisations. Life skills with partners such as Love Life Explore options for a Youth Forum / Youth Council for the City (potentially merged with Joburg Junior City Council). Youth inclusion should representative and legitimate Establish 7 Youth Fora Revive junior councils in partnership with office of the speaker (D,E7) As part of skills development programme, undertake youth entrepreneurship development and support. Place 20 youths through screening hub Maintain entrepreneur corners at all libraries. Evolve this range of interventions through a comprehensive Youth Development Strategy. M&E of the projects IDP/ Sector Plan

27 27 Address social attitudes to xenophobia and the effects of human trafficking Xenophobic attacks on migrants to Johannesburg eliminated and tolerance of migrants increased. Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes Anti-Xenophobia and Common Citizenship programme World cultures programme supported through libraries. Tri-annual literary festival Promote human rights through workshops and information campaigns Quarterly workshops IDP/ Sector Plan

28 28 Address social attitudes to xenophobia and the effects of human trafficking Xenophobic attacks on migrants to Johannesburg eliminated and tolerance of migrants increased. Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes Anti-Xenophobia and Common Citizenship programme With partner organisations, undertake an internal anti-xenophobia awareness campaign targeting health workers, front-line staff, JMPD officers etc on the status and rights of different categories of migrants and, where possible and appropriate, extend this to target other spheres of government with operations in Johannesburg. 2 campaigns per region Establish joint forums with social networks / associations of migrants to systematically identify concerns, address constraints, and develop mutually supportive partnerships (e.g. to combat crime). Fora in affected regions initially Region C& F Approach UNHCR and civil society organisations with a view to establishing a partnership to pilot a South Africa specific urban-based refugee and human trafficking policy and support programme. Research on human trafficking with UNHRC and provide strategy document IDP/ Sector Plan

29 29 Address social attitudes to xenophobia and the effects of human trafficking Xenophobic attacks on migrants to Johannesburg eliminated and tolerance of migrants increased. Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes Anti-Xenophobia and Common Citizenship programme Establish a Helpdesk providing advice on how to access essential services for new migrants to the city Monitor impact Introduce 1 new services I.e. Counseling Roll-out sports and arts programmes aimed at mitigating against xenophobia Ubuntu Cup and the Joburg Carnival Promote intercultural dialogue through the use of various art forms. Arts Alive programme run continuously With partner organisations, undertake an anti- xenophobia awareness campaign targeted at raising community awareness around status and rights of different categories of migrants (asylum seekers, refugees, foreign residents on study permits, illegal immigrants etc) to celebrate their cultures. 2 campaigns per region IDP/ Sector Plan

30 30 In an integrated way across other sector areas, promote improved access and inclusion the aged and people living with disabilities Increased access and support for the aged and people with disabilities as assessed through the City’s customer satisfaction survey Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes PWD Access and Support programme Using International Disability Day as a focal point undertake a public information programme about the rights, contributions and unmet needs of disabled persons. Continue with Arts & Culture programmes for Disability Day Expand the City’s own targeted transport service for people with disabilities. Engage with transportation department to introduce at least 1 PWD friendly Metro Bus in all routes Address the need for support services required in old ages homes and other forms of institutional accommodation. Provide big print books and ensure access Provide opportunities for PWD’s to participate in the arts. Artworks through Art Bank programme IDP/ Sector Plan

31 31 In an integrated way across other sector areas, promote improved access and inclusion the aged and people living with disabilities Increased access and support for the aged and people with disabilities as assessed through the City’s customer satisfaction survey Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes PWD Access and Support programme Develop, periodically update and proactively distribute an information booklet targeting people with disabilities, highlighting their rights, identifying supportive structures and institutions, and clarifying the conditions for accessing a disability grant. Establish disability desk at Customer Centre Compile database of relevant PWD NGOs and compilation of information booklet Pilot a project to facilitate access to key City information for the blind in the City’s peoples centres, assess the lessons from the pilot, and scale up where appropriate. Develop Braille version of booklet of City Services Sign language at major council events and council meetings 1 sign language CRA at People’s Centre Work through ward committees to identify the specific needs of people with disabilities from the City’s poorest communities, and address where feasible. Workshops with Ward Committees and relevant interventions IDP/ Sector Plan

32 32 Build mutually supportive partnerships with civil society (NGOs, CBO, Faith Based Organisations, Community Groups) across all areas of human development intervention Increase the spend on NGOs and CBOs targeting programmes at vulnerable and poor households by x% 100% of NGOs and CSOs have institutional and financial capacity to carry out their work in support Key programmeDelivery Agenda 2007/8Outcomes NGO/CBO Support programme Review the size and scope of social funding etc. Increase funding from R6m – R7m and reduce NGOs from 500 to 100 for quality and monitoring purposes. Through targeted research and analysis, and an annual assessment of the outcome of support provided, enhance the City’s own understanding of the functioning of NGO/CBOs to improve targeting of support. Capacity building of all on the database I.e. 500 Facilitate NGO/CBOs access to other forms of funding by assisting them to register, professionalise operations etc. Registration with National Lottery, IDT and Province for funding and National Social Development for registration of their operations. IDP/ Sector Plan

33 33 Discussion Q&A


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