Presentation on theme: "Results Monitoring – Second Sudan Consortium Government of National Unity, Northern States, Three areas. 1. Establishing core capacity Basic financial."— Presentation transcript:
Results Monitoring – Second Sudan Consortium Government of National Unity, Northern States, Three areas. 1. Establishing core capacity Basic financial management laws approved. Overall upgrading needs of civil service assessed. FFAMC legislative framework finalized- monitors disbursements. Decentialization and competencies of lower levels of government clarified. Joint National Transition Team established and operationalized. Three Areas: -All commissions and institutions provided for by the CPA and INC are established and operationalized.
2. Rule of Law Review existing laws to comply with INC and CPA. Voter registration launched. Commissions and institutions as agreed in CPA established and operational. Media communication strategy developed to support peace. Review regulatory framework for media. Review regulatory framework for NGOs. 3. Economic Policy Policies conducive to macro-economic stability with high economic growth rates. Improving debt management and debt sustainability. Improving fiscal management. Enhancing investment development. Monetary policy. Public Expenditure Review. Restructuring of Central Bank of Sudan. Preparation of full-fledged Poverty Eradication Strategy paper. UN-Humanitarian, Recovery and Development Action Plan- 2003-2008. Three Areas: -Recovery and Development.
4. Productive Sector Investment promotion regime adjusted. Private Sector Strategy developed. Micro-enterprise development program (MEDP), and micro-finance schemes. Agricultural census. Forestry and Forestry products. Support livestock production in the traditional rainfed farming areas. Environmental & social impacts of existing oil contracts.
5. Basic Social Services Mobilization campaign for adult literacy. Classroom construction and rehabilitation program. Targets for teacher recruitment and training. EMIS program to be in place. Health policies reviewed. HIV/AIDS policies and targets. Potable water supply and sanitation. Capacity building to improve skills and efficiencies in the water sector.
6. Infrastructure Rehabilitation and construction of rail, road and river transport. Three Areas -Environment and Urban Development. -Upgrading airstrips in war affected areas. -Water and Sanitation.
7. Livelihood and Social Protection Demining of main road links and fields in areas of high return. Emergency survey & route verification for returnees Establishment & capacity building of regional sub- sectors Targeted mine risk education Record mine victims. Targets for return of refugees and IDPs. Reuniting children or providing alternative care. Community – driven recovery programs. Squatter rehabilitation programs. Three Areas -Demining of main road links and fields in areas of high returns. -Targets met for refugees and IDPs returnees. -CDR programs expanded.
8. Information and Statistics Household Budget Survey. Livestock Census. Integrated statistical database linking line agencies and lower levels of government. National Population Census. MDG programs report published. Three Areas -Integrated statistical database to be established. -Population census preparation.
9. Related Issues Matrix update and National Strategic Planning Agenda Need to revisit the Jam matrices and update it to focus on new emergent priorities such as MDGs related issues- water resources, Environment, and critical infrastructure as recovery and accelerated development programs. To develop a joint framework for the integration of the JAM into the national strategic planning agenda – Five Year National Plan, 2007 being the base year. To launch the suggested thematic groups to expedite project implementation and tracking of the matrices. To develop a sound mechanism for prompt resource utilization of donor flows in the context of the national plan and its priorities.