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Outcomes

Indicators and Baselines

Sources of Verification

Risk and Assumptions

CP Outcome 1.2
Government capacity in all provinces, at least 50 districts and 3 municipalities (South, centre and North) improved to implement, coordinate and support the efficient and accountable delivery of integrated basic services

CP Outcome 1.2

Indicator:

  • All provinces and selected districts and municipalities have systems to implement monitor and review development progress, with active participation of all segments of society

Baseline data:

  • At present provincial and district services delivery are sector oriented

Annual Work Plans Report

MDG Monitoring Report



Willingness to collaborate amongst all key stakeholders


CP Output

1.2.1 Government decentralised and restructured to promote efficient, effective and accountable delivery of integrated services

CP Output 1.21

Indicators:


  • Number of provincial governors’ offices with coordination mechanisms established and operational (including internet connection and access to government network and services)

  • Percentage of resources allocated spent at provincial and district level, and districts audited (achieving minimum accountability standards).

Baseline data:

  • Districts and provincial functional analysis concluded and being implemented.

Annual Work Plans Reports

Annual reports

Progress Reports


Commitment and willingness of the provincial government


CP Output

1.2.2 Provincial government, selected districts and municipalities capacities improved to coordinate, implement and oversee delivery of integrated services strengthened



CP Output 1.2.2

Indicators:

  • Percentage of local infrastructures procured by the provincial and district government entities

  • Number of provinces and selected districted with personnel trained in the using of standardized tools for managing investment projects, including citizen participation in local infrastructures building

Baseline data:

  • Public Works Procurement mechanisms being revised (2005). LOLE (Law 8/2003) and its regulation approved

Public Works Law/Regulation or procedures/mechanisms approved

Norms and technical instructions available

Level of decentralization of procurement procedures/norms


CP Output

1.2.3 National e-Government platform to support service delivery at provincial, municipal and district level established.

CP Output 1.2.3

Indicators:

  • National e-Government strategy accepted

  • Number of Provinces and Districts linked to Government Network by 2009

Baseline data:

  • TBD

Evaluations and missions reports

Governments keep efficient strategies of development





Outcomes

Indicators and Baselines

Sources of Verification

Risk and Assumptions

CP Outcome 1.3
National level policy management, harmonization and alignment capacities strengthened at downstream and upstream level

CP Outcome 1.3
Indicator:
  • By 2009 institutional capacity development framework enhancement of the Public Sector focusing on support for public sector and democratic institutions reforms and training of civil servants ay high level and Government strengthened


Baseline data:

  • PRS strategy under implementation and fundamental review done

Source

Evaluations and missions reports

Annual Reports by agencies incorporated into Resident Coordinator Annual Report


Public sector and democratic institutions reforms and training of civil servants

CP Output

1.3.1 Upstream and downstream policy formulation and reforms capacity strengthened


CP Output 1.3.1

Indicators:

  • Number of policy documents (strategies) and researches undertaken and published (working papers) periodicity by year

  • Number of ministries, provinces, and selected districts provided Technical Assistance in policy and Reforms

  • Number of academic & research institutions involved in the network or with partnership established.

Baseline data:

  • At present, there is decentralised programmes undertaking capacity development and Deliver capacity

Annual Reports

UNGG newsletter

Research documents (Working Papers)

Project documents and concept notes

Monitoring and evaluation reports


Connectivity and flow of information within UN and other development actors
UN engagement in policy dialogue, best practices and policy replication


CP Output

1.3.2 Capacity of public servants to formulate and manage policies and strategies at national level increased



CP Output 1.3.2

Indicators:

  • Number of provincial, district and Municipalities agents trained and qualified in the provision of quality services.

  • Number of public servants trained in policy management at national level

  • Number of sectoral policies taking the cross-sectoral nature of service delivery into account

Baseline data:

  • At present, there are only 3 regional public administration training institutes (IFAPAs) in Maputo, Sofala and Niassa

Annual Reports by agencies incorporated into Resident Coordinator Annual Report


Partners participating in ESSP II are opposed to a national school feeding programme and do not permit the allocation of ESSP II funds to promote increased cash-based school feeding




Outcomes

Indicators and Baselines

Sources of Verification

Risk and Assumptions

CP Output

1.3.3 Systems established and operationalised that ensure the continuous and consistent monitoring of the development in the country in relation to the MDGs and national development plans, including disaggregated state budget monitoring



CP Output 1.3.3

Indicators:

  • Number of experiences and best practices/lessons from the provincial and districts level mainstreamed and reflected in emerging national policy.

  • MDG progress report fully adopted at provincial and district level

Baseline data:

  • MDG progress report impact only at central level. At present the monitoring mechanisms (e.g. Balanço PES and other reports) are not integrated

MDG progress report

UNDAF Mid Term Review and Evaluation




Government and society assume the commitment to promote social economic development


CP Output

1.3.4 National and Provincial and/districts mechanisms -Poverty/Development Observatories for participatory in planning and mechanisms - monitoring mechanisms strengthened (MDGs, PARPA)


CP Output 1.3.4

Indicators:

  • Number of provinces and districts using ESDEM (Devinfo)

  • Number of public institutions with at least one trained member in analysis of the impact of macroeconomic policies over the execution feasibility of priority programs and over poverty reduction.

  • One shared database managing all development statistics

Baseline data:

  • At present, participation mechanisms are limited in the poverty observatories (at provincial and national)

MDGs Progress reports

Balanço de PES

Annual Reports by agencies incorporated into Resident Coordinator Annual Report


Commitment of the partners to implementation of the policies

CP Output

1.3.5 Population census conducted in 2007 and updated socio-demographic disaggregated data for development available in all provinces and selected districts

CP Output 1.3.5

Indicators:

  • By 2007, disaggregated socio-demographic data available and disseminated

  • Number of staff at provinces and selected districts trained in census

Baseline data:

  • TBD




National Strategic planning documents (PARPA, Provincial Plans), PES

UNDP HD Report



Level of alignment and harmonization among different development actors




Outcomes

Indicators and Baselines

Sources of Verification

Risk and Assumptions


CP Outcome 1.4
Democratic Governance and legislative reforms strengthened to enhance human rights based approaches at all levels

CP Outcome 1.4

Indicators:

  • Number of districts with courts, prosecution offices and defense services in place.


  • New legislation on domestic violence drafted and submitted for approval by 2009

Baseline data:

  • TBD

Source:

Justice sector institutions statistics and reports



Continuing commitment & support to reinforce national laws and standards

CP Output

1.4.1 Democratic governance and efficient and accountable enforcement of laws promoted and consolidated by strengthening key democratic institutions

CP Output 1.4.1

Indicators:

  • Number of parliamentarians, policemen, judges etc, capacitated including technical assistance

  • Number of democratic institutions using ICT

  • Number of courts, prosecution offices and defence services staff trained

  • Number of children aged 0-18 whose births are registered (disaggregated by sex)

Baseline data:

  • At present, there is very limited number of qualified staff in the sector. Legal and Justice sector reform under implementation.

PAF review mechanisms (PARPA monitoring)

Annual Reports.

Ministry of Justice MIS


Commitment of the partners toimplementation of the policies
Ministry of Justice is able to mobilize key line Ministries such as education, health and State administration to create sustainable routine birth registration systems

CP Output

1.4.2 National Capacity to formulate, advocate and implement gender sensitive legislation, including civil society enhanced


CP Output 1.4.2

Indicators:

  • Legislation on Gender-based violence drafted and approved by 2007

  • National Human Rights Commission established and operational by 2008

  • Number of court infrastructures rehabilitated

Baseline data:

  • There are no specific norms dealing with domestic violence in the present version of the Penal Code

  • International treaties and instruments ratified by the Government of Mozambique.

Offcial Magazine (Boletim da Republica)

UNDAF Mid Term Review and Evaluation



Commitment of the partners and political will from Government




Outcomes

Indicators and Baselines

Sources of Verification

Risk and Assumptions


CP Output

1.4.3 Network established to monitor implementation of Human Rights, CEDAW and Children’s Act

CP Output 1.4.3


Indicator:


  • National Coordinating body established and operational by 2008

Baseline data:

  • The Children’s Act is about to be finalised by UTREL, which foresees the monitoring of its enforcement. International treaties and instruments ratified by the Government of Mozambique.

Annual and progress reports of projects related to CP outputs reports

Favourable policies will foster accountability and the administrative transparency

CP Output

1.4.4 Capacity of Parliament and Justice sector to address gender issues and cope with likely effects of HIV&AIDS, gender based violence and Human Security strengthened

CP Output 1.4.4

Indicators:

  • Number of projects and activities with HIV/AIDS based approach

  • Access to HIV/AIDS counseling in prison increased – Proportion of prisoners accessing VCT, number of VCT accessible to prison population

  • HIV/AIDS in workplace policy produced by the Ministry of Justice by 2009

  • Proportion of (selected provincial assembles equipped including ICT)

  • Staff organigram common, professional, civil services statutes for staff recruited developed

  • Key post in secretariat of all (selected provinces) and internal roles/codes established for functioning of provincial parliaments needs clarification
  • Training of key members and staff in their departmental responsibilities and relations with other actors by 2009


Baseline data:

  • HIV/AIDS counseling is provided only in a few prisons

Annual reports of projects related to CP outputs

The institutions of the judicial system accept the modernization efforts
The institutions of the judicial system accept the modernization efforts




Outcomes

Indicators and Baselines

Sources of Verification

Risk and Assumptions


CP Outcome 1.5
Rule of law, access to justice and penal reforms improved with emphasis on public and human security

CP Outcome 1.5

Indicators:

  • Number of reported crimes answered

  • Number of reported crimes reduced from z to y.

  • Percentage of citizens who declare to trust the PRM

  • Number of corruption cases prosecuted and sentenced

Baseline data:

  • (?)

Source:

Justice sector institutions statistics and reports

PAF review mechanisms (PARPA monitoring)


Continuing commitment & support to reinforce national laws and standards

CP Output

1.5.1 Awareness on human rights with a focus on women and children’s rights and PLWHA raised within civil society and improved protection by justice institutions


CP Output 1.5.1

Indicators:

  • Number civil society organizations and networks that actively promote women’s rights

  • Number of women protected against domestic violence increased

  • Initiatives to protect women’ rights in prison established

Baseline data:

  • Victimization survey

PAF review mechanisms (PARPA monitoring)

The institutions of the judicial system accept the modernization efforts

CP Output

1.5.2 Improved Juvenile Justice mechanisms in place and all provinces have piloted a model section for children in the existing courts for children in contact and conflict with the law

CP Output 1.5.2

Indicators:

  • Juvenile Tribunal (penal section) operational

  • Number of provinces and selected districts with section for children in the existing courts

Baseline data:

  • The Juvenile Court penal section is not functional because specialised correctional centres are not in place

Annual reports of projects related to CP outputs

The institutions of the judicial system accept the modernization efforts

CP Output

1.5.3 Attorney General’s Office, Ministry of Justice and MINT strengthened to combat organized crime, corruption and improvement of prisons


CP Output 1.5.3

Indicators:

  • Strategies and action plans to combat organized crime and corruption formulated by 2009

  • Number of training initiatives held

  • Number of prosecutions for organised crime, number of prosecutions for corruption.

Baseline data:

  • Anti-corruption strategy basic framework approved and Anti-corruption cabinet reformed

PAF review mechanisms (PARPA monitoring)

MDG Monitoring Report

Agencies mid-term and end of cycle reports


Government and society assume the commitment to promote social economic development



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