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CSO /GOL ENGAGEMENT ON MONITORING THE AFT WITH A HUMAN RIGHTS APROACH. Presentation on cso proposed methodology BY CAROLYN MYERS ZODUAH PRSTN/AGENDA For PRSTN, WONGOSOL, HUMAN RIGHTS & BUDGET FORUM & DISABILITY TASKFORCE BUCHANAN, GRAND BASSA COUNTY THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2012. OUTLINE.

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cso gol engagement on monitoring the aft with a human rights aproach

CSO /GOL ENGAGEMENT ON MONITORING THE AFT WITH A HUMAN RIGHTS APROACH

Presentation on cso proposed methodology

BY

CAROLYN MYERS ZODUAH

PRSTN/AGENDA

For

PRSTN, WONGOSOL, HUMAN RIGHTS & BUDGET FORUM & DISABILITY TASKFORCE

BUCHANAN, GRAND BASSA COUNTY

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2012

outline
OUTLINE
  • Background
  • Why Monitor from citizens & HRBA
  • Prevailing Conditions
  • Objectives (Overall & Specific)
  • Focus/Scope
  • Methodology
  • Activities
background
BACKGROUND
  • During the implementation of the PRS1 , PRSTN monitored to ensure that service delivery was done in consonance with HRBA specifically in social service sector ( Education and Health).
  • Government thought that this was not a fair assessment as the PRS did not consider human rights when it was being crafted.
  • There was a need to improve effectiveness by involving citizens and CBOs as well as strengthening partnership with Government
background cond t
BACKGROUND COND’T
  • There is an increasing demand for monitoring the AFT and other development program from a human rights and citizens perspective (CSOs, MPEA & other sectors, Steering Committee of the NHRAP, citizens
  • There is a need to incorporate the issues of gender and PWD
why monitor from citizens hr perspective
WHY MONITOR FROM CITIZENS & HR PERSPECTIVE
  • Complements & triangulates regular data collection and performance of institutions to improve service delivery;
  • Enhances citizens’ awareness regarding their entitlements to quality services, which is an important starting point for increased social accountability;
  • Exposes inequitable delivery of services either geographically or between different socio-economic groups;
why monitor cond t
WHY MONITOR COND’T
  • Prepare service users and providers for a more decentralized service delivery structure;
  • Offers a practical opportunity for capacity building CSOs/CBOs to strengthen their role in society;
  • Helps to redefine the role of civil society as a critical, but trusted and constructive partner in the transformation process of Liberia.
prevailing conditions
PREVAILING CONDITIONS
  • The HRBA is a basic principle for the AFT, which means government can be held accountable
  • The existence of the NCSCL providing a platform for dialogue between Civil Society Government
  • The Ministry of Planning & Economic Affairs’ willingness to engage / partner with the CSOs
  • The existence of the FOI Law with a commissioner improving access to information
prevailing conditions cond t
PREVAILING CONDITIONS COND’T
  • Civil Society Organisations have enhanced their monitoring and project management capacities
  • UNDP’s new Country Programme Document (CPD) emphasizes the importance of strengthening Liberia’s emerging civil society
  • CSOs are represented on the steering committee
overall objectives
OVERALL OBJECTIVES
  • To improve the active participation of citizens in the planning and monitoring of service delivery to strengthen democratic processes at community level
specific objectives
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
  • Enhance local ownership of the services provided;
  • Improve the effectiveness, efficiency, quality and equity of service delivery;
  • Improve the responsiveness and social accountability of service providers;
  • Enhance the voice and agency of marginalised groups, especially women, youth and person with disabilities to demand for equity in access to services;
  • Strengthen democratic processes at the local level.
focus scope
FOCUS/SCOPE
  • Health, education , water, & agricultural support services
  • The monitoring will initially focus on 4 counties, 80 communities
methodolgy
METHODOLGY
  • To monitor service delivery CSOs have agreed to use a combination of Community Score Card and Community Service Monitoring
community score card
COMMUNITY SCORE CARD
  • Integrates local issues in standardized questions
  • Has strong human rights focus (how gov’t respects, protects & promotes citizens’ rights)
  • Facilitates dialogue btw service providers and service users
  • Can be used by local groups if they are sufficiently trained
community service monitoring
COMMUNITY SERVICE MONITORING
  • Involves service users & providers
  • Has direct impact on the management of service delivery especially using social media
  • Improves transparency of service delivery if budget analysis is integrated
  • Allows the inclusion of the perspectives of women/PWD
  • Provides important qualitative information on how service functions/fails
project activities
PROJECT ACTIVITIES
  • Civil Society Component: National CSOs will provide technical and mentoring support
  • Government Component: Provide support to CDO & ACDOs
  • Enhancing government-Civil Society Partnership: Establish platform to facilitate active engagement
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