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Governance secretariat zambia

GOVERNANCE SECRETARIAT - ZAMBIA

Country-led Governance Assessment: Sharing Experience

and Increasing Political Accountability

02-05 November 2009

Windhoek, Namibia

PRESENTATION ON GOVERNANCE ASSESSMENTS FOR MONITORING NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANS - CHALLENGES FACING THE USE OF NATIONAL STATISTICAL OFFICES

By

VANNY HAMPONDELA

Email: [email protected]

Monitoring and Evaluation/Information Specialist

Governance Secretariat

Zambia


Need for national development plans

Need for National Development Plans

  • To guide Development

  • To identify priority needs

  • To optimise the use of resources


Governance assessments for monitoring national development plans ndps

Governance Assessments for Monitoring National Development Plans (NDPs)

  • To facilitate effective reporting, the Governance Monitoring is paramount.

  • To track progress on the implementation of programmes and activities in the NDP.

  • To provide management and other stakeholder with information aimed at assessing the performance of the nation on Governance.

  • To enable centralising of governance data for easy retrieval and analysis by users.

  • To guide management on areas that need adjustment as well as supplementary or reduction of resources.


Zambia s experience on monitoring of governance under the national development plan

Zambia’s experience on Monitoring of Governance under the National Development Plan

  • The Government of the Republic of Zambia launched the Fifth National Development Plan (FNDP) for 2006-2010.

  • One of the key components of the plan is the governance programme which concentrates on implementation of 5 components:


Components of governance in fndp

Components of Governance in FNDP

  • Administration of Justice

  • Constitutionalism

  • Democratisation

  • Human Rights

  • Accountability and Transparency


Vision for zambia

Vision for Zambia

“to become a middle income country by 2030.”

Governance vision

“total adherence to principles of good governance by 2030.”


Detailing governance chapter

Governance Programme Document

(2006-10)

Detailing Governance Chapter

  • In order to outlines the details of implementation of the FNDP, the Governance Secretariat (GS) prepared a Governance Programme Document (GPD) to guide implementation strategies.


Institutions under governance chapter of fndp

Institutions under Governance Chapter of FNDP

  • The Governance chapter (31) of the FNDP identifies fifteen (15) institutions that will undertake the implementation of the Governance programmes:

  • The identified institutions deal with various aspects of governance.


Institutions under governance chapter of fndp1

Institutions under Governance Chapter of FNDP

a) The Human Rights Commission;

b) Police Public Complaints Authority;

c) National Assembly of Zambia;

d) Anti-Corruption Commission;

e) Commission for Investigations;

f) Judicial Complaints Authority;

g) Office of the Auditor-General;

h) Judiciary;

i) Ministry of Justice;

j) Central Statistical Office;

k) Directorate of Public Prosecutions;

l) Legal Aid Board;

m) Electoral Commission of Zambia;

n) Office of the Vice President (Parliamentary Business Division) ; and

o) Ministry of Finance and National Planning


Other governance institutions

OTHER GOVERNANCE INSTITUTIONS

  • Since governance is a crosscutting issue, there are many other institutions that deal with governance matters (but are not specifically under chapter 31 of FNDP). Some of them are as follows:

    • Decentralisation Secretariat

    • Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Services

    • Gender in Development Division

    • Public Safety and Order

    • Ministry of Youth and Child development

    • Min of Community Development & Social Services

    • Civil Society Organisations


How do we get all governance institutions involved formation of committees under gsag

Governance Secretariat

Governance Monitoring and Evaluation Committee

Access to Justice Committee

Human Rights, Constitutionalism and Democratisation Committee

Accountability and Transparency Committee

Governance Institutions

HOW DO WE GET ALL GOVERNANCE INSTITUTIONS INVOLVED? Formation of committees under GSAG:

Governance Sector Advisory Group (GSAG)


Challenges facing the use of national statistics offices

Challenges facing the use of National Statistics Offices

  • Field of Governance is alien to many developing countries. Low understanding of Governance terminologies

  • Most National Statistics Offices do not have insight on Governance issues.

  • Low capacities to formulate governance indicators effectively.

  • Inadequate resources for collection of data (survey) – Surveys are not done on schedule


Situation on supply of governance information

Situation on supply of Governance information

MoJ

MoCDSS

ACC

MoFNP

GIDD

JCA

CFI

Province

NAZ

MoHCW

etc

PPCA

MoLSS

MoLGH

OAG

CO

CSO


Desired situation for governance assessment framework

M&E Frame work

Covenants and Conventions

Charters and Conventions

State ofGovernance Reports

JCA

CSO

ECZ

OVP

NAZ

CO

MoLSS

MoLGH

GIDD

OAG

Survey

MoJ

MoCDSS

MoFNP

ACC

CFI

PPCA

Desired Situation for Governance Assessment Framework

.


Advantages of using national statistics offices

Advantages of using National Statistics Offices

  • Easy institutionalisation of the process.

  • Legally authorised institution to conduct surveys in the nation. (The Central Statistical Office (CSO) is the only Institution mandated under the Census and Statistics Act, Chapter 127 to produce official statistics for the country).

  • Experience in logical flow and formulation of survey questions.

  • NSOs understand the local environment better than outsiders.

  • Coverage of lager samples during surveys

  • Centralisation of governance data.


Conclusion

CONCLUSION

  • Governance Assessment should be everyone’s concern in order to establish vibrant National Statistics Offices.

  • Since Governance is a new territory for most African countries, there is need for capacity building in order for officers to understand handle its monitoring effectively.


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THANK YOU


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