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KZN APPROACH TO WAR ON POVERTY “OPERATION SUKUMA SAKHE” 4 July 2012 By Ms NO Sikutshwa. TABLE OF CONTENTS. OSS & WOP BACKGROUND HISTORY OF OSS VISION MISSION & GOALS OBJECTIVES BENEFICIARIES THE BENEFITS CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS THE WAR ROOM STAKEHOLDERS OVERALL STRUCTURE.

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Kzn approach to war on poverty operation sukuma sakhe 4 july 2012 by ms no sikutshwa

KZN APPROACH TO WAR ON POVERTY “OPERATION SUKUMA SAKHE”

4 July 2012

By Ms NO Sikutshwa


Table of contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • OSS & WOP BACKGROUND

  • HISTORY OF OSS

  • VISION

  • MISSION & GOALS

  • OBJECTIVES

  • BENEFICIARIES

  • THE BENEFITS

  • CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS

  • THE WAR ROOM

  • STAKEHOLDERS

  • OVERALL STRUCTURE


Oss wop background

OSS & WOP BACKGROUND

  • South African Constitution

  • Batho Pele Principles

  • KZN Citizen’s Charter

  • MDGs

  • 12 National Outcomes

  • 2009 Cabinet Resolutions


History of oss

HISTORY OF OSS

  • 8 February 2008: Former President, Mr Thabo Mbeki, in his State of the Nation Address announced the  National War on Poverty Campaign

  • 2008: KZN launched War on Poverty in uMsinga

  • July 2009: KZN launched KZN Flagship Programme (eQhudeni-Nkandla) which was using the War on Poverty approach, focusing on:

    • Food Security

    • Fighting diseases such as TB, HIV and AIDS and Poverty

    • Empowerment of Women and Youth

    • Driving an aggressive behaviour change against social ills: Teenage Pregnancy, Gender-based Violence, HIV and AIDS, Substance Abuse, Crime, Road Accidents. This commenced in uMzinyathi, eThekwini and uThungulu and subsequently to the whole Province

    • PTTs, DTTs and LTTs were established in all districts

    • Households were profiled and immediate services provided; in some instances houses were delivered

  • March 2011: KZN Premier Dr Zweli Mkhize re-launched the Flagship programme (Mgungundlovu) as Operation Sukuma Sakhe


Vision

VISION

Together with committed leadership, creating sustainable livelihoods through the provision of integrated services to communities, promoting a better life for all.

Five Critical Areas of Operation Sukuma Sakhe


Mission goals

MISSION & GOALS

Mission

To provide comprehensive, integrated and transversal services to communities through effective and efficient partnerships.

Goal

Operation Sukuma Sakhe aims to rebuild the fabric of society by promoting human values, fighting poverty, crime, diseases, deprivation and social ills, ensuring moral regeneration, by working together through effective partnerships. Partnerships include civil society, development partners, communities and government departments, to provide a comprehensive integrated service package to communities.


Objectives

OBJECTIVES

  • Create and maintain functional task teams at provincial, district, local, and ward levels to deliver integrated services to individuals, households and communities

  • Create fully efficient and competent OSS human capital structures across all levels of the OSS implementation package

  • Profile individuals, households and communities at ward level and build a database of the different services required by communities

  • Provide comprehensive, integrated, transversal services to communities

  • Develop and implement stakeholder engagement and

    advocacy plan

  • Monitor, evaluate, provide feedback and track service

    delivery


Beneficiaries

BENEFICIARIES


The benefits

THE BENEFITS

  • Women –Lead OSS on the ground to free their respective poor households from poverty

  • Children ≤ 6 –will receive early child development support and free access to basic health care in order to alleviate the poverty trap

  • Children ≤ 18 –every child of school-going age will be encouraged to be at school as education is an important human capital investment after food, shelter and clothing

  • Unemployed and unskilled youth – will be encouraged to complete their education and training in order to secure a future for themselves

  • Unemployed adults – will receive skills development to build capacity to enable them to explore employment opportunities

  • Unskilled and illiterate– would be encouraged to improve their skills and become literate in order to provide the light to their own lives and that of their dependants and improvement in their income and employment opportunities;

  • Disabled, the chronically sick and the aged – the essence of human solidarity is that care would be provided to those that are not able to fend for themselves


Benefits for government

BENEFITS FOR GOVERNMENT

  • Joint planning – no duplication of service delivery

  • Pooling resources – sharing resources

  • Coordination – provision of services in a holistic manner

  • IDP facilitation – for improved planning

  • Sharing – of M&E resources and data for planning

  • Networking – to share lessons and experiences

  • Opportunity – to show that the government cares

  • Participation – in task teams

  • Skills transfer – through training


Critical success factors

CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS

  • Political and administrative structures in place

  • Inclusion of community structures that include civil society, business and development partners and other key stakeholders

  • Institutional arrangement linkages and integrated development planning

  • Integrating Operational Plans with Government Department plans

  • Task Teams established and trained at all levels

  • Establishing a permanent “War Room”

  • Allocating cadres to conduct Household Profiling to identify needs


War room

WAR ROOM

  • War Rooms: Integrated service delivery structure comprised of government, municipality, CBOs, business and other stakeholders at ward level

  • Supporting Data collection by cadres/ House holds profiling

  • Support Departmental interventions

  • Ensure household follow ups

  • Support trainings of groups within communities

  • Identify resources within the wards for use in OSS

  • Championed by the Ward Councillor


War room1

WAR ROOM

War Room is a government facility e.g. clinic/DSD/ DHA /SASSA, etc

  • Services Delivery Team:

  • Community Caregivers (CCGs)

  • Youth Ambassadors (YAs)

  • Extension Officers (EO)

  • Government Departments

  • Non-profit Organisations (NGO)

  • Community-Based Organisations (CBO)

  • Faith-Based Organisations (FBO)

  • Traditional Leaders

  • (Amakhosi)

  • Ward Councilors

CDW (secretarial/

engine for war rooms or alternative CDP)

Youth Ambassadors and Community Caregivers For Household Profiling

Wards

Community Action Plan

War Room Executive Committee


Kzn approach to war on poverty operation sukuma sakhe 4 july 2012 by ms no sikutshwa

WAR ROOM

TASK TEAM

ALL OFFICIALS OF SECTOR DEPARTMENTS

LOCAL TASK TEAM

COMMUNITY

CARE GIVERS

YOUTH AMBASSADORS

CDP

WAR ROOM

VARIOUS FORA IN WARD COMMITTEE eg. Community Policing Fora

WARD COMMITTEE

CHF

FBO’s/NGO’s/ DONORS

CDW

EXTENSION OFFICERS

SERVICES BY ALL GOVERNMENT OFFICES

HOME AFFAIRS/SASSA/ETC

AMAKHOSI/TRADITIONAL LEADERSHIP/ COUNCILLORS


Oss stakeholders

OSS STAKEHOLDERS


Roles of stakeholders

ROLES OF STAKEHOLDERS

  • Community

    • Allow CCGs to enter your household and provide information on the problems

    • Follow recommended procedures given by CCGs

    • Provide updated feedback to the CCGs on the services that you requested

  • CCGs

    • Conduct Household Profiling, establish household needs and refer, provide home-based care, attend the weekly War Room meetings and provide feedback to the households on services


Roles of stakeholders1

ROLES OF STAKEHOLDERS

  • Ward Task Team

    • Report identified needs to relevant departments and ensure services are rendered in an integrated manner

  • Government Departments and other Partners

    • Update WTT, LTT and DTT on services needed and provided on a monthly basis

      through routine reports and ensure that interventions are delivered


Roles of stakeholders2

ROLES OF STAKEHOLDERS

  • Traditional and Political Leaders

    • Attend War Room meetings and raise issues that affect the

      entire community and provide leadership

  • Traditional, Political Leaders and all other stakeholders

    • Provide feedback to the community on services needed and

      services provided by using the information collected and reported

  • Local, District and Provincial Task Teams

    • Support M&E processes and update relevant stakeholders

      through routine reports and ensure that interventions are delivered


Overall structures

OVERALL STRUCTURES


Conclusion

CONCLUSION

  • We all have a role in OSS

  • Lets help change the lives of our people

    TOGETHER WITH ALL STAKEHOLDERS WE CAN

    STAND UP AND BUILD


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