United nations development assistance framework 2007-2009 (undaf) mozambique maputo



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Outcomes

Indicators and Baselines

Sources of Verification

Risk and Assumptions


CP Output

1.5.4 Capacity of the national police and of civil society organizations to effectively address the issues of public security including gender-based violence strengthened


CP Output 1.5.4

Indicators:

  • Strategic and operational plan formulated by 2009

  • Number of staff trained and retrained

  • Number of offices with adequate infrastructure and equipment

Baseline data:

  • Investigation police reform in implementation




PAF review mechanisms (PARPA monitoring)

UNDAF Mid Term Review and Evaluation



Government willingness to support investigation police

CP Output

1.5.5 Capacities of national training institutions for police and judiciary strengthened towards an improved response to children’s issues in line with the Children’s Act and CRC


CP Output 1.5.5

Indicators:

  • Integrity National Plan impact reflected in terms of increased cases being tried


  • Ministry of Interior and Justice Prisons unified by the end 2007.

  • N. of prisons with adequate infrastructures and equipment

  • Numbers trained and/or percentage of trainees achieving minimum standards, etc.

Baseline data:

  • The new Prison Policy was approved in 2002 that foresees a unified and reformed system. A study on integrity of the judges was concluded and another on prosecutors and court clerks is under way

Annual Reports by agencies incorporated into Resident Coordinator Annual Report.

Government willingness to support the prisons




Outcomes

Indicators and Baselines

Sources of Verification

Risk and Assumptions


CP Outcome

1.6 Civil society organizations and structures (including traditional authorities) strengthened and involved in the development agenda at national and decentralised level


CP Outcome 1.6

Indicators:
  • Civil society organisations and structures recognised by government and development partners as active agents of development


  • Percentage of national policies/agendas/development frameworks that report involvement of civil society

  • Percentage of civil society organizations that report an active involvement in the national development agenda and processes

Baseline data:

  • Informal local structures are not recognised unless with official registration to access specific benefits

Source:

Regulation approved and being implemented

UNDP HDI Report


Low level of sensitivity of local governments and local communities

CP Output

1.6.1 Regulatory framework for the involvement in the social and economic development of civil society elaborated and adopted

CP Output 1.6.1

Indicator:

  • Laws and administrative regulations formalising the involvement of civil society in the social and economic development

Baseline data:

  • TBD

Annual Statistics

Annual reports of projects related to CP outputs s



Convergence in programmes of the various actors and about partnerships between (local) government, private sector and civil society

CP Output

1.6.2 Capacity of CSOs, CBOs , volunteer organisations, particularly women-led organizations, strengthened to implement, manage and report on projects execution, to build partnership and to become full-fledged development agents

CP Output 1.6.2


Indicator:


Baseline data:

  • Community participation based on existing participation and consultation mechanisms

Annual Statistics

Annual Reports by agencies incorporated into Resident Coordinator Annual Report



Willingness of NGOs and continuing commitment & support at national & provincial levels




Outcomes

Indicators and Baselines

Sources of Verification

Risk and Assumptions


CP Output

1.6.3 Established systems and capacities developed to monitor and evaluate the development agenda (including the poverty and Development Observatories) at all levels


CP Output 1.6.3

Indicators:

  • Number of civil society organisations and structures trained to deliver services according to national quality standards and guidelines

  • Number of CSOs able to access national poverty monitoring data and government inf.

Baseline data:
  • The majority of national CSO and structures are presently not adequately geared to provide good quality services





Annual reports of projects related to CP outputs

Preparation of MDG Monitoring Report.




Government and society assume the commitment to promote social economic development



CP Output

1.6.4 Capacity to effectively mainstream HIV/AIDS, Gender and vulnerable group issues into governance processes at all levels strengthened

CP Output 1.6.4

Indicators:

  • Number of trained experts in mainstreaming cross-cutting issues into governance in all provincial and selected districts and municipalities

  • Proportion of national policies and guidelines that mainstream gender and vulnerability

Baseline data:

  • According with PARPA II there is very limited expertise in mainstreaming cross-cutting issues at all levels

Annual reports of projects related to CP outputs

Governments keep efficient strategies of development




Outcomes

Indicators and Baselines

Sources of Verification

Risk and Assumptions


CP Outcome

1.7 Institutions responsible for the promotion of pro-poor and sustainable economic development strengthened


CP Outcome 1.7

Indicators:

  • Number of provinces, districts, communities with integrated economic development initiatives

  • Number of business services provided/created at local level

Baseline data:

  • (?)

Source:

MDG progress Report

NHD Report

Census and Surveys



Willingness and commitment of involved parties

CP Output

1.7.1 Capacity building for Rural Development and natural/environmental resources management strengthened

CP Output 1.7.1

Indicators:

  • Number of people trained in natural/environmental resources management

  • Natural resource management plans adopted at provincial and district levels

  • Number of farmers and extension workers (men & women) trained

  • Number of women, men and communities with land titles acquired

Baseline data:

  • Very little or no critical mass for natural resources management at national and provincial levels. Local level schemes not officially acknowledged

Annual Statistics

Annual reports of projects related to CP outputs

Census and Surveys


Resource availability
Stakeholders willingness to collaborate

CP Output

1.7.2 Community access to business and financial services, disaggregated by district, area, and beneficiaries (in particular women & other marginalised groups) increased


CP Output 1.7.2

Indicators:

  • Number of artisans trained

  • Number of crafts organized and number of artisans participating

  • Number of successful income generating activities created at community level

  • Proportion of loans or other financial services granted to women

  • Number of new businesses established

  • Proportion of new business start-ups trading 12 months later

Baseline data:

  • Informal and community structures marginalised or with difficult access to business and financial services




Annual Statistics

Annual Reports by Agencies

Census and Surveys


Willingness and commitment of stakeholders at national & provincial levels

Outcomes

Indicators and Baselines

Sources of Verification

Risk and Assumptions


CP Output

1.7.3 Small and medium sized enterprises involved in economic development promoted and their capacity to access markets strengthened

CP Output 1.7.3


Indicators:


  • Number of new SMEs registered

  • Number of enterprises using new technologies

  • Expanded and efficient Balcão Unico to the sub national levels

  • Number of new jobs created

  • Number of signatory companies in the Global compact

Baseline data:

  • Poor linkages and synergies of SMEs within districts and provinces, Very limited or no market access for SMEs

  • Disintegrated interventions within the district/community. Inefficient Balcão Unico

Annual reports of projects related to CP outputs

Census and Surveys



Government and society assume the commitment to promote economic development



UNDAF OUTCOME 2: HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT Monitoring and Evaluation Framework


MDG(s):

Goal 1: Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger

Goal 2: Achieve universal primary education

Goal 3: Promote gender equality and empower women

Goal 4: Reduce child mortality

Goal 5: Improve maternal health

Goal 6: Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases

Goal 7: Ensure environmental sustainability

Goal 8: Develop a Global Partnership for Development

National priorities in the Human Capital Pillar as per PARPA version dated 15 November 2005
Human capital is a key asset for the initiative and engagement of citizens and all institutions of society. Such capacity has to be enhanced permanently, strengthening human rights and, in particular, the rights of children. To this end, priority action areas are education, health, water and sanitation, social services, HIV/AIDS, housing and cross-cutting issues. Through these areas the policies of redistribution of income and wealth are put in place, increasing the immediate welfare of the people, and contributing to lay the foundations to higher efficiency in the work process, expanding the capacity to accomplish and act and ensuring long-term sustainability (PARPA, paragraph 331).


  • Relevant priorities (PARPA, paragraphs 145 to 155):

  • Increase the enrolment rates in education;

  • Increase the levels of coverage of the health services;

  • Reduce mother and child mortality

  • Halt the incidence rates of HIV/AIDS; and reduce the incidence of deaths caused by malaria and tuberculosis;

  • Develop and consolidate social nets to support the most disadvantaged citizens, orphan children, the elderly, and people with disabilities and maimed, and the chronically ill.

  • Open the support system to citizens that are malnourished and subjected to hunger through the development of the food production system.




UNDAF Outcome 2

Increased access to and use of quality basic services and social protection for the most disadvantaged populations, particularly children, youth and women, to reduce their vulnerability by 2009




Outcomes

Indicators and Baselines

Sources of Verification

Risk and Assumptions



CP Outcome 2.1
Net enrolment rate in primary education increased to 90% and learning environment improved in all primary schools in targeted districts, especially for girls and the most vulnerable.


CP Outcome 2.1

Indicator:

  • Net primary school attendance rate (6-12), by sex and province

Baseline data:

  • 60%; Girls: 57%; Boys: 63% (2003 DHS)


Indicator:

  • Net enrolment ratio in EP1 (6-10), by sex and province

Baseline data:

  • EP1 NER: 76%; Girls: 73%; Boys: 78% (2004, MEC)


Indicator:

  • Net Primary School enrolment ratio in targeted districts, by sex

Baseline data:

  • Less than 60% (2005 MEC); Target: 90%


Indicator:

  • Completion rate in EP1, by sex and province

Baseline data:
  • 39%; Girls: 35%; Boys: 42% (2003, MEC)



Indicator:

Baseline:

  • Less than 40%; (2005 MEC) Target: 60%



MEC Annual School Surveys/Results

DHS 2009

Insufficient MEC planning and implementation capacities.


Insufficient State Budget Allocation to the Education Sector
Effective coordination between water & sanitation, education and health sectors at Provincial and District levels
Effective monitoring and evaluation mechanisms are put in place and funding is forthcoming for M&E





Outcomes

Indicators and Baselines

Sources of Verification

Risk and Assumptions



CP Output

2.1.1 100% of primary schools in 7 pilot districts supported to implement a minimum quality education package


CP Output 2.1.1

Indicator:

  • Primary school attendance rate in targeted Primary net enrolment rate in targeted districts, by sex
  • To be determined through assessment in year preceding implementation in respective pilot districts


  • Completion rate in EP1 in targeted districts, by sex

  • Transition to EP2 in targeted districts, by sex

  • Percentage of children with minimum competence in literacy, numeracy and life skills in targeted districts, by sex

Baseline data:

  • To be determined through assessment in year preceding implementation in respective pilot districts

MEC Annual School survey


Specific survey in Targeted districts





CP Output

2.1.2 80% of primary schools in the 7 pilot districts have water and sanitation services and hygiene education, and a minimum package of school health


CP Output 2.1.2

Indicator:

  • Percentage of primary schools with improved water and sanitation services

  • Percentage of primary schools implementing hygiene education programme

  • Percentage of primary schools implementing school health programme

  • Number of schools getting support for Health Promotion School Initiative (HPSI)


Baseline data:

  • To be determined through assessment in year preceding implementation in respective pilot districts



MEC Annual School survey

Specific survey in targeted districts





Outcomes


Indicators and Baselines

Sources of Verification

Risk and Assumptions



CP Output

2.1.3 500,000 vulnerable children (especially girls and OVC) reached by school based food and nutrition programmes in at least 750 primary schools in targeted districts


CP Output 2.1.3

Indicator:

  • Net primary school attendance rate, by sex and orphanhood status

  • Drop out rate in EP1, by sex and orphanhood status Number of schools implementing food and nutrition programme

  • Primary school completion rate in EP1 and EP2 , by sex and orphanhood status


Baseline data:

  • To be determined in year preceding implementation


MEC Annual School survey

Specific survey in targeted districts






CP Output

2.1.4 Strengthened capacity of the education sector for emergency preparedness and response to reduce disruption in school service in districts affected by natural disasters


CP Outputs 2.1.4

Indicator:

Baseline data:

  • n/a



Emergency assessment

School records


CP Output

2.1.5 Illiteracy rate reduced to 46% through improved services to deliver literacy for empowerment in particular for women and out-of-school youth in rural areas


CP Output 2.1.5

Indicator:

  • Literacy rate by sex, areas of residence and provinces among 15-49 year old

Baseline data:

  • 37.5% (women), 67% (male) (DHS 2003)

DHS 2009



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