Quarter 2 Report 2010

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2. Presentation Outline. Overview Programme 1: Administration Programme 2: Policy, Planning and Monitoring and Evaluation Programme 3: Economic Development, Trade and Marketing Programme 4: Food Security and Agrarian Reform Programme 5: Agriculture Production, Health and Food Safety P

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1. Quarter 2 Report 2010/11 Director-General 5 November 2010

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31. 31 Conclusion Based on the information above, progress has been made towards the achievement of the strategic outcomes for the various programmes as compared to the previous quarter. However the following must be highlighted: The current DAFF structure in operation is not aligned to Part four and five of the 2010/11 strategic plan and this is still causing some confusion. The unavailability of performance information by certain sub-programmes still persists and we would need to work on this. It is difficult to confirm the actual performance due to a lack of supporting evidence to validate and substantiate the actual performance reported by programmes therefore. There are difficulties experienced in tracking the progress made due to a lack of specific time frame. The confirmation of the annual performance plans by various directorates is currently on going and will be finalised before the end of the third quarter, and that will make it easier to track the performance of the programme against its predetermined milestones. Reporting against annual performance plans will be reported on the next quarter.

32. 32 THANK YOU

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