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Ministry of Woman and Social Development, Government of Peru. Cecília Aliaga, Advisor of the Vice-Minister of Social Development Intersectoral coordination in Peru. Policy Dialogue and South-South learning on Long Term Social Protection for Inclusive Growth, Johannesburg 11-14 October 2010.

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Ministry of Woman and Social Development, Government of Peru

Cecília Aliaga, Advisor of the Vice-Minister of Social DevelopmentIntersectoral coordination in Peru

Policy Dialogue and South-South learning on Long Term Social Protection for Inclusive Growth, Johannesburg 11-14 October 2010


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Process of Building Coordination Peru

  • 2003: alignment of the MDGs with the national goals (agreement with all political parties – AcuerdoNacional)

  • 31 policies which were in place came under this agreement

  • 7 axis of action were selected according to the MDGs

  • Organic law of the Executive Power came into effect: Reform and modernization of the state

  • 16 ministries manage sectorial policies


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Process of Building Coordination Peru

  • 7 crosscutting axis were also selected for work within the ministries (gender, youth, disabilities)

  • Strong networking took place between Ministry of Finance and other ministries (logical framework for each programme)

  • Budget focused on results was introduced to each programme by the Ministry of Finance (with indicators established)

  • Organic Law creates the Interministerial Committee of Social Affairs (2006)


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Process of Building Coordination Peru

  • Targeting System is managed by the Ministry of Finance (SistemaNacional de focalización de hogares-SISFOH) – it is divided by quintiles

  • Universal rights (health and education) and targeted programmes are combined

  • Policy was followed through various governments

  • Efforts towards decreasing poverty centred on infant and maternal mortality and child malnutrition throughout the whole government: Estrategiacrescer


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Process of Building Coordination Peru

  • Crecer Strategy: In JuntosProgramme, cash is transferred to women. Co-responsabilities are: to attend health clinics during pregnancy and vaccinate their children – US$ 34 a month

  • Mothers are empowered with the programme and it encourages the provision of services

    (Presidency oversees the programme)

  • There is a life Cycle Approach towards children and the elderly

  • National Identify Card is the basis for the SISFO which is connected with other databases – SISFO centralizes the information which is given by other ministries

  • A decentralization process is in place


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Coordination Mechanisms Peru

  • The National government defines policies and transfers resources for local and municipal government for implementation of national policies and programmes

  • El DMAS (National Directory of Monitoring and Evaluation) of the Ministry of Social Development oversees the programmes

  • Decentralization of the National Nutritional Plan, Hostels for children and the elderly is in place


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Lessons Learned Peru

  • Negotiation with local organizations

  • Use of DNI as the information basis of beneficiaries

  • Free issuance of the DNI

  • Political agreement among the parties

  • Centralization of database

  • Selection of national goals and cross-cutting issues creates synergy among different ministries


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Thank you Peru

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