Presentation on theme: "MDG Based National Development Planning Workshop Mozambique Experience Dar es Salaam, 27 Feb-3 March 2006."— Presentation transcript:
MDG Based National Development Planning Workshop Mozambique Experience Dar es Salaam, 27 Feb-3 March 2006
About Mozambique Area: sq km Population (2005): m GNI (per capita 2003): US$210 Pop. Below poverty line (2003): 54.1% HIV prevalence (2005): 16.2% Life expectancy (2003): 46.3 Years HDI rank (UNDP 2005): 168 th of 177 Successful transition: from civil war to peace & security. Prone to natural disasters.
National Planning System Main Planning frameworks/instruments Agenda 2025 Government Five Year Plan (PQG) PARPA (PRSP) Sectoral & Provincial Plans MTEF (rolling) Triennial Investment Plans PES (Economic & Social Plan, Annual) State Budget (Annual), and Regional (NEPAD), Global (MDGs)
National Planning System
The PARPA (PRSP) I PRSP, 2000 PARPA I - 1 st generation of PRSP, Main Achievements: Poverty reduction from 70% to 54% Sustained and robust growth rates (about 7% pa) Improvement of social indicators Drawbacks : No broad based growth Sectoral approach Cross cutting issues not well addressed
The PARPA (PRSP) PARPA II – 2 nd generation of PRSP, Process 2005 to date: revision & formulation Institutionalization of Poverty/Development Observatories (at central & provincial level) Inclusive participation: provinces, civil society, private sector, development partners Adoption of pillar strategy (based on Agenda 2025), Integration of cross cutting issues, Intersectoral approach, Adoption of theme groups (Donor Working Groups) Adoption of the PAF (Performance Assessment Framework) MDG-ization (UNs role) 2 nd MDG Progress Report (2005)
Next steps… Ensure that final PARPA II is MDG compliant, Harmonization of ongoing PARPA sectoral assessment & costing initiatives, Undertake MDG Needs Assessments and costing exercise,
Challenges Data problems Double costing risk for multisectoral interventions Capacity constraints, Time constraints, Donor compliance
Expectations of support from the UN and other partners High level technical support, Capacity Building (Training) Sustained funding Strengthened coordination mechanisms Transparency, accountability and partnerships.