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1 1ST QUARTER PERFORMANCE REPORT (APRIL - JUNE 2014 ) FOR THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE PRESENTED BY MS VELISWA BADUZA DEPARTMENT OF WOMEN. TABLE OF CONTENT. Purpose First Quarter Performance Overview against Predetermined Objective Departmental Budget for the First Quarter

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11ST QUARTER PERFORMANCE REPORT (APRIL - JUNE 2014 )FOR THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE PRESENTED BY MS VELISWA BADUZA DEPARTMENT OF WOMEN


Table of content
TABLE OF CONTENT

  • Purpose

  • First Quarter Performance Overview against Predetermined Objective

  • Departmental Budget for the First Quarter

  • Programme Performance for each Programme

  • Main Achievements for each Programme


Purpose
PURPOSE

  • The purpose is to present progress made for the period 01 April 2014 to 30 June 2014,including challenges confronting the department in its pursuit of the 2014/15 financial targets as outlined in the department’s Annual Performance Plan


Performance overview for the first quarter of the 2014 15financial year
PERFORMANCE OVERVIEW FOR THE FIRST QUARTER OF THE 2014/15FINANCIAL YEAR

The figure below illustrates the overall performance of the Department for the first Quarter

The department planned a total of 30 targets for the first quarter and achieved 18 targets (60%) while 12 targets (40%) were not achieved.


Financial performance
FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE 2014/15FINANCIAL YEAR

  • The total Budget for the year 2014/15 is R218 530 million including funds for the Commission on Gender Equality and the Actual Expenditure for the 1st Quarter was R46 949 million

  • The figure below illustrates that the departmental planned projections were R50 933 million for the 1st quarter of 2014 /15 and that the Actual Expenditure amounted to R46 949 million representing a variance of R3 984 million, therefore the department has spent 21% against its planned budget projections


Programme 1 performance information
PROGRAMME 1:PERFORMANCE INFORMATION 2014/15FINANCIAL YEAR

The figure below illustrates that out of 16 targets planned for the first quarter of the 2014/15 financial year, Programme 1 (Administration) achieved 12 targets (75%) while 4 targets (25%) were not achieved.


Programme 1 financial performance
PROGRAMME 1 :FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE 2014/15FINANCIAL YEAR

The figure below illustrates that out of the total planned budget projection of R23 855 million for the 1st quarter, the actual expenditure was R22 044 million, with an under expenditure of R 1 811 million Therefore Programme 1 has spent 23 % of its budget for the 1st quarter


Programme 1 administration
PROGRAMME 1:ADMINISTRATION 2014/15FINANCIAL YEAR


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PROGRAMME 1:ADMINISTRATION 2014/15FINANCIAL YEAR


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PROGRAMME 1:ADMINISTRATION 2014/15FINANCIAL YEAR


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PROGRAMME 1:ADMINISTRATION 2014/15FINANCIAL YEAR


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PROGRAMME 1:ADMINISTRATION 2014/15FINANCIAL YEAR


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PROGRAMME 1:ADMINISTRATION 2014/15FINANCIAL YEAR


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PROGRAMME 1:ADMINISTRATION 2014/15FINANCIAL YEAR


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PROGRAMME 1:ADMINISTRATION 2014/15FINANCIAL YEAR


Programme 1 main achievements
PROGRAMME 1:MAIN ACHIEVEMENTS 2014/15FINANCIAL YEAR

Advisory committee for development of NSP set up to ensure quality control. A total of 67 participants availed themselves in June 2014 to contribute without remuneration. The Advisory Committee will operate at 3 levels, namely Strategic/Operational advice; Quality Control Group and an Oversight Group.

On 21 June 2014 a successful meeting was held between Joint Gender Fund (JGF) and Development Partners and civil society members (also NCGBV members) to strengthen the extensive provincial consultations of the draft NSP through supporting project that will reach 9 Provinces (additional to the 5 Provinces /500 participants) that HSRC will reach.


Programme 2 performance information
PROGRAMME 2:PERFORMANCE INFORMATION 2014/15FINANCIAL YEAR

The figure below illustrates that out of 7 targets planned for the first quarter of the 2014 /15 financial year; Programme 2 (WEGE) achieved 3 (43%)targets and 4 ( 57%)targets were not achieved


Programme 2 financial performance
PROGRAMME 2: 2014/15FINANCIAL YEARFINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

The figure below illustrates that out of the total planned budget projections of R20 491 million for the 1stquarter the actual expenditure was R20 606 million with an over expenditure of (R115 thousand) .Therefore Programme 2 has spent 22 % of its budget for the 1st quarter










Programme 3 children s rights and responsibilities crr
PROGRAMME 3:CHILDREN’S RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES (CRR) 2014/15FINANCIAL YEAR

The figure below illustrates that out of 5 targets planned for the first quarter, Programme 3 (CRR) achieved 3 targets (60%) and 2 targets (40%) were not achieved.


Programme 3 financial performance
PROGRAMME 3: 2014/15FINANCIAL YEARFINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

The figure below illustrates that out of the total planned budget projections of R2 377 million, the actual expenditure was R1 619 million, with an under expenditure of R758 thousand. Therefore Programme 3 has spent 14% of its budget for the 1st quarter







Programme 3 main achievements
PROGRAMME 3:MAIN ACHIEVEMENTS 2014/15FINANCIAL YEAR

  • The department presented the Chid Friendly Communities Framework as well as the DWCPD’s plans at the Child Protection Week planning meeting facilitated by the DSD on 9 April 2014.

  • The department participated in the community dialogue awareness raising campaign spearheaded by SASSA for the distribution of social assistance materials to the community of Mmaditlhokoa around Marikana to the families that were affected by the protracted mine strike that lasted for five months. The Activity was targeting women and children including school children for the provision of school uniforms on the 28 and 29 June 2014.


Programme 4 rights of people with disabilities
PROGRAMME 4:RIGHTS OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES 2014/15FINANCIAL YEAR

The figure below illustrate that out of 2 targets planned for the first quarter, Programme 4 (RPD) achieved 1 target (50%) and 1 target (50%) was not achieved


Programme 4 financial performance
PROGRAMME 4: 2014/15FINANCIAL YEARFINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

The figure below illustrates that out of the total planned budget projections of R4 210 for the 1st quarter , the actual expenditure was R2 680 million, with an under expenditure R1 530 million. Therefore Programme 4 has spent 15% of its budget for the 1st quarter




  • South Africa continues to provide leadership on the international front. The Country Opening Statement at the Seventh Session of the UN Conference of States Parties to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), held at the UN headquarters in New York from 10-12 June 2014, was well received and briefing documents prepared for the South African leadership enabled strong participation from South Africa in the Roundtables and informal session. The South African delegation included participation from civil society as required by the CRPD. A draft report is available.

  • The department hand-over of assistive devices sponsored by ACSA to the Muscular Dystrophy Association of South Africa as well as to learners and students with visual impairments and self-help groups of persons with disabilities in Gauteng

  • A total of 77 disability rights news items on the national and international front, calls for public comment on policies and legislation affecting the lives of persons with disabilities, as well as the job and learnership opportunities were circulated through the Disability Rights Mailing List advocacy platform

  • A Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) was signed between DWCPD and W&RSETA which will release R20 million to implement a national project that aims to up-skill learners with disabilities within the Wholesale and Retail Sector

PROGRAMME 4:MAIN ACHIEVEMENTS


THANK YOU international front. The Country Opening Statement at the Seventh Session of the UN Conference of States Parties to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), held at the UN headquarters in New York from 10-12 June 2014, was well received and briefing documents prepared for the South African leadership enabled strong participation from South Africa in the Roundtables and informal session. The South African delegation included participation from civil society as required by the CRPD. A draft report is available.


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