Poverty Reduction Strategy Tracking –Network(PRSTN) Perspective Phase 1 : Experience. Presented by: D. Maxim Kumeh-PRSTN Grand Bassa, Buchanan City November 15, 2012. follow the money. ABOUT PRSTN.
Presented by: D. Maxim Kumeh-PRSTN
Grand Bassa, Buchanan City
November 15, 2012
follow the money
a. A concept note was developed by Search for Common Ground (SFCG) and Actions for Genuine Democratic Alternatives(AGENDA).
b. Circulated to members for inputs and suggestions
II. Concept note shared with TIRI, UNDP and UNHRPS(Human Rights Protection Section).
III. Proposal Development by AGENDA/SFCG
IV. Proposal Circulated: TIRI, UNDP and HRPS-UNMIL
h. Draft report
I. Feedback meetings
J. Stakeholders presentations
K. Finalized report
L. Launch of report
The research was not only focused on product, rather it assessed the process to see whether the service delivery was done in consonance with mainstreaming human rights principles in the delivery of development. It also considered IMPACT, and delivery of deliverables on population in vicinity in which project on education and health were implemented.
The monitoring exercise conducted in least developed and less accessible counties. The research focus on HRBA principles.
HOW can we detect the 4AAAA Perspective Phase 1
- available infrastructure, teachers, text books, etc.
- physical access for persons with disabilities
- trained teachers, curricula
- school terms adapted to seasonal work
weaknesses Perspective Phase 1Methodology/Approach
Less time consumption
Increased dialogue between right holders and duty bearers
Awareness raising with duty bearers and right holders
Start of shifting in the paradigm of accountability
Community monitor government’s performance themselves
The use of different tools strengthens conclusion (triangulation)
The network comprises of eight member organization namely: