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Malawi Scotland Partnership ( MaSP ) 2014 Annual General Meeting. AGENDA:. 09.40 2013 Annual Report 09.552014-2015 Operational Plan 10.10 Q&A and open discussion on operational plan 10.25 SMP update and PARTNERSHIP principles

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Malawi scotland partnership masp 2014 annual general meeting

Malawi Scotland Partnership (MaSP)2014 Annual General Meeting


Agenda

AGENDA:

09.402013 Annual Report

09.552014-2015 Operational Plan

10.10Q&A and open discussion on operational plan

10.25SMP update and PARTNERSHIP principles

10.40Q&A and open discussion on PARTNERSHIP Principles

10.55++++++++++++++++ COFFEE BREAK ++++++++++++++++

11.20Board report from Chair

11.30Presentation of accounts

11.45Presentation from auditors

12.00Election of Directors

12.30++++++++++++++++ NETWORKING LUNCH ++++++++++++++++

13.30Ken Ross: “Scotland and Malawi: a new model in international cooperation and development?”

13.55Discussion groups on “new model”

14.50Concluding Remarks

15.00Meeting closes


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Malawi Scotland Partnership (MaSP)2014 Annual General Meeting


Masp annual report happy makala

MaSP Annual ReportHappy Makala

MaSP helps inspire the people and organizations of Malawi to be involved with Scotland in an informed, coordinated and effective way for the benefit of both nations.


Malawi scotland partnership masp 2014 annual general meeting

MaSP Annual ReportHappy Makala

Management:

During the year, the MaSP Board recruited a full staff team, headed up by Mr. Happy Edward Makala as National Coordinator and Margaret Banjo as Programmes Officer

In September 2013, Mr. Happy Edward Makala and Dr. Matthews Mtumbuka (MaSP Chair) visited Scotland to speak at the NIDOS and SMP AGMs, complete Happy’s induction, and make an 18-month plan for MaSP

Now the MaSP Secretariat has swung quickly into action, developing the office building membership. Each week the office sends out an electronic news bulletin for MaSP members with key updates, advice and information


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MaSP Annual ReportHappy Makala

Governance:

MaSP Board has presently 9 Directors/Trustees chaired by Dr. Matthews Mtumbuka. Please see the printed version of the annual report.

Three Board Meetings have been held so far since the new Board was constituted in 2012. The first one being the one that was held on 22nd June 2012 where Dr. Matthews Mtumbuka was unanimously voted as Board Chairperson of MaSP. The second Board meeting was held in December 2012 and the third one in November 2013.


Malawi scotland partnership masp 2014 annual general meeting

MaSP Annual ReportHappy Makala

Annual Symposium:

The first of the three annual symposiums, entitled “Moving Forwards in Partnership” was held from 25th-26th October 2012 at Lilongwe Hotel. The symposium brought together all Malawian organizations which have been engaged in development projects funded by the Scottish Government. The second symposium will be held on 24th January 2014 with the last one coming up around January 2015.


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MaSP Annual ReportHappy Makala

Regional Meetings:

  • Three regional meetings were held in Lilongwe at Capital Hotel, Mzuzu at Ilala Crest Lodge and Blantyre at Malawi Sun Hotel on 25th November, 27th November and 3rd December 2013 respectively. In Lilongwe 55 people attended while in Mzuzu 41 people attended. In Blantyre 73 people attended the meeting.

    The meetings were conducted in order to:

  • Raise profile through Issuing of news release

  • Expand membership

  • Assess training needs

  • Establish regional clusters

  • Consult on advocacy strategy


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MaSP Annual ReportHappy Makala

Other key developments

Change of Name

Registration with CONGOMA

Joanna Keating and Ian Nicol’sVisit

Development of MaSP Website


Malawi scotland partnership masp 2014 annual general meeting

MaSP Annual ReportHappy Makala

Looking ahead:

Establishment of Communication and Resource Centres:

Registration with the NGO Board


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Malawi Scotland Partnership (MaSP)2014 Annual General Meeting


Masp operations plan

MaSP Operations Plan

January 2014 – March 2015

Margaret Anesu Banjo


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15- month Operations PlanMargaret Banjo


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15- month Operations PlanMargaret Banjo


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15- month Operations PlanMargaret Banjo


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15- month Operations PlanMargaret Banjo


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15- month Operations PlanMargaret Banjo


A question

A QUESTION….

Who uses social media?


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15- month Operations PlanMargaret Banjo


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15- month Operations PlanMargaret Banjo


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15- month Operations PlanMargaret Banjo


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15- month Operations PlanMargaret Banjo


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15- month Operations PlanMargaret Banjo


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15- month Operations PlanMargaret Banjo


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Malawi Scotland Partnership (MaSP)2014 Annual General Meeting


David hope jones smp principal officer

David Hope-Jones, SMP Principal Officer

Update from the Scotland Malawi Partnership (SMP)

Assistance brokering new links

PARTNERSHIP Principles


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Update from SMPDavid Hope-Jones, SMP Principal Officer

SMP Mission:

“The Scotland Malawi Partnership, exists to inspire the people and organisations of Scotland to be involved with Malawi in an informed, coordinated and effective way for the benefit of both nations.”


The scotland malawi partnership our members

The Scotland Malawi Partnership:Our Members

The SMP has over 620 members, including:

180 schools,

16 Local Authorities,

20 further and higher education institutions.


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The Scotland Malawi Partnership:Our Members


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The Scotland Malawi Partnership:Our Members

Input over £30 million of time, effort and money into their Malawi links a year

Represent the 85,000 Scots and 148,000 Malawians actively involved in partnerships

Their work benefits 280,000 Scots and 1.38 million Malawians a year

University of Edinburgh, Nov. 2010


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Update from SMPDavid Hope-Jones, SMP Principal Officer

Recent Headlines:

Jan 2013: New Malawi High Commissioner, H.E. Bernard Sande

March 2013: David Livingstone Bicentenary

March 2013: Presidential visit

May 2013: Livingstone scholarships launched

June 2013: G8 conference “Enough food for everyone if”

July 2013: Malawi Independence Day

August 2013: Business, Trade, Investment and Tourism

Sept 2013: Annual General Meeting

- Cross Party Group

- Member Forums


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Update from SMPDavid Hope-Jones, SMP Principal Officer

Upcoming work:

- 7 March 2014: “Livingstone’s Legacy: Education and Equality”

- 31st March 2014: Youth Congress

- New website

- 2014 – 2017 Strategic Plan and core funding

- July 2014: Malawi turns 50!

- July 2014: Commonwealth Games

- September 2014: Scotland Independence referendum


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Brokering New LinksDavid Hope-Jones, SMP Principal Officer

MaSP Application Form – Section B

MaSP Website

SMP assistance

Scottish Government funding

What makes a succesful partnership?


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Partnership PrinciplesDavid Hope-Jones, SMP Principal Officer

MaSP/SMP and “best practice”:

Harness expertise; don’t assume knowledge

Recognize diversity - international partnerships

Don’t duplicate others

Don’t impose or criticize

Lightweight – easy to use


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Partnership PrinciplesDavid Hope-Jones, SMP Principal Officer

MaSPPartnership Principles at AGM &regional meetings:

Transparency

Accountability

Communication

Capacity building

Coordination

Mutual respect

Sustainability

Trust

Dynamic

Equity

Local priorities

Honesty

Joint planning

Sharing

Solidarity

Friendship


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Partnership PrinciplesDavid Hope-Jones, SMP Principal Officer

(1) Planning and implementing together:

  • Whose idea is this?

  • What do you want to achieve, and why?

  • Who was involved in the planning?

  • How do you communicate with your partners?

  • Is this an equitable, and effective two-way dialogue?

  • Are roles and responsibilities clear?

  • Are expectations clear at both sides?

  • Do you have a partnership agreement?

  • Who manages the partnership?


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Partnership PrinciplesDavid Hope-Jones, SMP Principal Officer

(2) Appropriateness:

  • How does it fit within local and governmental priorities?

  • Does this partnership fit within local culture and customs at both ends?


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Partnership PrinciplesDavid Hope-Jones, SMP Principal Officer

(3) Respect, trust and mutual understanding:

  • How would you feel if you were at the other side of the partnership?

  • How well do you know your partners, and how are you improving your knowledge and understanding?

  • What are the biggest day to day issues at each side, and how does the partnership work effectively in this context?

  • How is basic human dignity safeguarded?

  • How do you know if respect, trust or understanding have

    been compromised, and what then happens?

  • What do you do when the two sides don’t agree?


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Partnership PrinciplesDavid Hope-Jones, SMP Principal Officer

(4) Transparency and Accountability:

  • How are challenges, issues and concerns listened to?

  • How do you share information about your partnership?

  • Who is your partnership accountable to?

  • How do you communicate with these people?

  • If an NGO, have you IATI registered your work?


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Partnership PrinciplesDavid Hope-Jones, SMP Principal Officer

(5) No one left behind:

  • Who is excluded from your partnership?

  • Who precisely is your partnership with?

  • How are the marginalised in the community at both sides engaged?


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Partnership PrinciplesDavid Hope-Jones, SMP Principal Officer

(6) Effectiveness:

  • How do you know if your partnership is working?

  • Who is involved in evaluating the partnership?

  • How do you use your monitoring and evaluation to learn, and develop the partnership?


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Partnership PrinciplesDavid Hope-Jones, SMP Principal Officer

(7) Reciprocity:

  • What does each side contribute in the partnership?

  • Is it genuinely a two-way partnership?

  • Who benefits from the partnership?

  • Are opportunities, like travel, open to both sides of the partnership?


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Partnership PrinciplesDavid Hope-Jones, SMP Principal Officer

(8) Sustainability:

  • How long is your partnership for and what happens when it ends?

  • How can you be sure your partnership isn’t creating dependencies?

  • Is your partnership building capacity at both sides?


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Partnership PrinciplesDavid Hope-Jones, SMP Principal Officer

(9) Do no Harm:

  • Could anyone be worse off as a result of your partnership?

  • What impact is your partnership having on:

    • the local economy?

    • gender equality?

    • food security?

    • local culture?

    • climate change?

    • democracy, governance and local planning?

  • Are you compliant with all relevant legislation?


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Partnership PrinciplesDavid Hope-Jones, SMP Principal Officer

(10) Interconnectivity:

  • How do you connect with what others are doing in this area?

  • How do you learn from others and share your experience?

  • Are the local diaspora community at both sides engaged?


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Partnership PrinciplesDavid Hope-Jones, SMP Principal Officer

(11) Parity (equality):

  • Who ‘owns’ the partnership? Who has the power?

  • Who benefits from this partnership?

  • How is each side treated through this partnership?

  • What rights and responsibilities does each side have?


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Partnership PrinciplesDavid Hope-Jones, SMP Principal Officer

Planning and implementing together:

Appropriateness:

Respect, trust and mutual understanding:

Transparency and Accountability:

No one left behind:

Effectiveness:

Reciprocity:

Sustainability:

Do no Harm:

Interconnectivity:

Parity (equality):


Q what do you think

Q:WHAT DO YOU THINK?

Planning and implementing together:

Appropriateness:

Respect, trust and mutual understanding:

Transparency and Accountability:

No one left behind:

Effectiveness:

Reciprocity:

Sustainability:

Do no Harm:

Interconnectivity:

Parity (equality):


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Malawi Scotland Partnership (MaSP)2014 Annual General Meeting


Malawi scotland partnership masp 2014 annual general meeting

Financial ReportMasauko Kachigamba

Statement of comprehensive income:


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Malawi Scotland Partnership (MaSP)2014 Annual General Meeting


Kenneth ross smp chair

Kenneth RossSMP, Chair

No One Can Shave Your Head in Your Absence


Priority of the relational

Priority of the Relational


Mobilisation of civil society

Mobilisation of Civil Society


Government in synergy with people

Government in Synergy with People


A reciprocal partnership for development

A Reciprocal Partnershipfor Development


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Kenneth RossSMP, Chair

Priority of the Relational

Mobilisation of Civil Society

Government in Synergy with People

A Reciprocal Partnership for Development


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Malawi Scotland Partnership (MaSP)2014 Annual General Meeting


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