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FRAMEWORK FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEEDS 2. 2007 - 2011 NATIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION. OVERVIEW OF THE FRAMEWORK. Vision, Mission Values, Principles and Approaches Overview of the Key Development Challenges Review of the NEEDS Macro-economic Framework Strategic Framework

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framework for the development of needs 2

FRAMEWORK FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEEDS2

2007 - 2011

NATIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION

overview of the framework
OVERVIEW OF THE FRAMEWORK
  • Vision, Mission
  • Values, Principles and Approaches
  • Overview of the Key Development Challenges
  • Review of the NEEDS
  • Macro-economic Framework
  • Strategic Framework
  • National Integration and Coordination Structure
overview conts
Overview conts.
  • Programming framework
  • Monitoring and Evaluation
executive summary
Executive Summary

(A summary of the document)

chapter 1
Chapter 1:
  • Vision
  • Mission
  • Core values
  • Approaches and
  • Overview of the Current

Challenges

1 1 vision
1.1: Vision

A nation built on strong democratic principles, united, secure and stable, economically prosperous, socially inclusive for happy citizenry and a key player in the regional and global economy.

a note from mr president chief olusegun obasanjo gcfr
A Note from Mr. President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, GCFR

“…To be one of the 20th largest economy in the world by the year 2020…”

1 2 mission
1.2: MISSION

NEEDS2 SEEKS TO REDUCE POVERTY THROUGH GROWTH WITH EMPLOYEMENT.

1 3 core values
1.3: CORE VALUES
  • Participatory Political and Socio-Economic Governance
  • Accountability
  • Communication and Transparency
  • Respect for Human Rights, Property Rights and the Rule of Law
  • Good Work Ethics and Entrepreneurship
  • Quality Service Delivery
1 4 key approaches
1.4: KEY APPROACHES
  • Issue-based
  • Bottom-top
  • Living Standard (MDG driven)
  • Integrated
1 5 an overview of the current development challenges
1.5: AN OVERVIEW OF THE CURRENT DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES
  • Growth without a corresponding increase in employment
  • Growing manufacturing sector but low capacity utilization
  • ‘Survivalist’ informal sector that is large and expanding
  • SME sector that is slow in integrating into the formal sector
current devt challenges conts
Current devt. challenges conts.
  • Lingering unequal access to justice
  • Huge public expenditure on human and physical infrastructure, without a corresponding impact on their quality
      • Current graduates not globally competitive
current devt challenges conts1
Current devt. challenges conts.
  • Perceived Social Exclusion
  • Income Inequality
  • The Niger-Delta Problem
  • Improving but continued concern for security of Life and Property
current devt challenges conts2
Current devt. challenges conts.
  • A reforming public sector with new service values yet to be fully entrenched.
  • Relatively weak coordinated approach to development planning and implementation among the three tiers of government
current devt challenges conts3
Current devt. challenges conts
  • Institutionalization of due process in government procurement, but yet to be fully entrenched in general governance systems.
current devt challenges conts4
Current devt. challenges conts.
  • Inadequate entrepreneurship education
  • Production base that is not effectively knowledge driven (value addition)
  • Continued weak social values
  • Gender disparity in development
  • Young and growing population
  • Housing inadequacy
chapter 2 review of implementation of the needs 2004 2007
CHAPTER 2: REVIEW OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NEEDS 2004 – 2007
  • Review of the policy thrusts, strategies and achievements
  • Review of challenges, outstanding and new issues
  • Review of the real sector and identification of the key drivers
review of the needs 2004 2007 conts
REVIEW OF THE NEEDS 2004 – 2007 Conts.
  • NEEDS2 : Deepening the gains of NEEDS and addressing the emerging challenges & outstanding issues
chapter 3 the macro framework
CHAPTER 3: THE MACRO FRAMEWORK

(About to be completed by NPC, Ministry of Finance and the CBN taking into account the changes that have taken place in the economy since NEEDS)

chapter 4 the strategic framework
CHAPTER 4: THE STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK

To reduce poverty 30% 2011

Wealth creation

Employment

Generation

Re-orientationof attitudes, social values & behaviour

Production

Service

delivery

Security

Human

infrastructure

Physical

infrastructure

general strategies
GENERAL STRATEGIES.
  • Use of Public Expenditure to engineer private sector-led employment (PPP concept).
  • Integrated Partnership Programming involving Federal/States/Local Govts.
general strategies conts
GENERAL STRATEGIES conts.
  • Community-led intervention initiative (CEEDS) concept.
  • Local tax strategy with Counterpart / matching fund for States/LGAs/Community activities (with MDG and related funds)
ceeds concept conts
CEEDS Concept Conts.
  • The CEEDS forms a basis for LEEDS, while both (CEEDS/LEEDS) form a basis for revised SEEDS
  • SEEDS and NEEDS2 done within a uniform framework and participatory intervention strategies.
chapter 7 the structure for national integration and coordination in development planning
CHAPTER 7: THE STRUCTURE FOR NATIONAL INTEGRATION AND COORDINATION IN DEVELOPMENT PLANNING

Federal Govt.

The Presidency

National

Planning

Commission

(coordination)

basically

through

the JPB,

NCDP, development

partners NEC

& Economic

Team

State Govt.

Local Govt.

Private sector, CSOs/NGOs,

and other non government

actors.

Communities

the programming framework

Strategic Target/

Specific Objectives

THE PROGRAMMING FRAMEWORK

Core Activities

Policy Thrusts

  • Institutions
  • Which institutions are responsible
  • for delivery in this strategy?
  • What are the programmes to be
  • implemented by each of these
  • institutions?
  • What are the progress mile stones?
  • What are the expected programme
  • outputs?
  • Sectors
  • Which are the key sectors to
  • delivering on the strategy
  • towards improved employment
  • mainstreamed production?
  • What could be done by each
  • of these sectors in this regard?
  • What are the inter-sectoral linkages
  • required to achieve the objective
chapter 7 production
Chapter 7: PRODUCTION
  • Strategic Target : To grow the economy by at least 10% annually.

Specific Target

      • 10% annual growth rate in Agriculture
      • 4% annual growth rate in manufacturing capacity utilization (SMEs) from 50% to 70% by (when??)
      • 10% growth in solid mineral outputs annually
      • Increase in local content of key products from x% to y%
      • 10% annual reduction in SME mortality rate
specific objectives conts
Specific Objectives Conts.
  • To increase annual aggregate credit to the private sector by x% by 2011.
  • To increase consumer credit by X%
  • To increase income from tourism by x%
  • ….What else??
chapter 8 security
Chapter 8: SECURITY
  • Strategic Target :
      • To increase social and economic security from x level to y level. (Perception survey)
  • Specific objectives:
      • Reduction in recorded cases of armed robbery attacks by x%
      • Reduction in violent sectarian and inter-tribal conflicts by x% annually
      • Reduction in pro-crime attitudes by x%,
      • Reduction in anti-social behaviour by X%
      • Value change by x%
      • What else??? (other specific objectives likely to be derived from the strategies)
      • Reduction of insecurity in the Niger Delta by X %
chapter 9 human infrastructure health
Chapter 9:HUMAN INFRASTRUCTURE : Health
  • Strategic Target :
    • To increase life expectancy from 52 to 60 by 2011.
  • Specific Objectives:
    • Reduce maternal mortality by X% (by when?)
    • Reduce infant mortality by x% (by when?)
    • Reduce under-5 mortality by x% (by when?)
    • To induce attitudinal & value change (health consciousness) by x%
    • To increase nutritional value from x to y by z
    • To increase complete immunisation coverage from x% to 100%
    • What else??? (other specific objectives likely to be derived from the strategies)
chapter 10 human infrastructure education
Chapter 10:HUMAN INFRASTRUCTURE : Education

Strategic Target :

    • To increase the educational status by 20% by 2011
  • Specific Targets:
    • To increase adult literacy level by 5% every 2 years
    • To increase primary enrolment rate by 5% annually
    • To reduce attrition rate by 5%annually (by gender)
    • To increase the quality of teachers in primary, secondary and tertiary institutions by 10% annually
    • To increase the quality of school graduates by 10 % annually
    • To induce attitudinal and value change (to improve sustainable entrepreneurial spirit) by x%
    • To increase international competitiveness of graduates by X% by 2011
    • What else??? (other specific objectives likely to be derived from the strategies)
chapter 11 physical infrastructures
Chapter 11:PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURES

Strategic Target :

  • To increase agregate status of our physical infrastructure from x levels to y levels
  • Specific Targets:
      • To reduce power outage by X% annually
      • To increase completion of standard road construction by 40% every 2 years
      • To improve quality and sustainability of roads constructed by X %
      • What else???
chapter 12 service delivery
Chapter 12: SERVICE DELIVERY

Strategic Target :

  • To increase consumer satisfaction level on public & private services delivery by 2 % annually.
  • Specific Targets:
    • To increase accessibility of services by x%
    • To increase quality of services by x%
    • To increase service affordability by 10 %
    • To increase timeliness of delivery by X%
    • To increase the customer confidence by x%
    • To increase ex-post evaluation of policies, programs & projects by X% by 2011.
    • What else?
the road map
The Road Map
  • Where are we coming from? Where are we now? How far away are we from where we want to be? How do we get there and when?
  • Which (policies, strategies, programmes and activities) do we need to increase, reflect and achieve the above specific objectives and strategic target?
  • Which are the relevant institutions for enforcement?
  • What is the cost-effectiveness of each step and how can this be measured?
  • What are the mile stones with time frame?
chapter 12 monitoring and evaluation framework

Impact (on poverty)

Outcome (on the pillars)

Restrategising

Output (from the prgms)

Progress & process

(actvties/prgms

mile stones)

Input (into the actv/prgrms)

CHAPTER 12: MONITORING AND EVALUATION FRAMEWORK

NPC in

Collaboration

With the

NBS, dev.

Partners,

press,

NGOs, CSOs

PRS of

MDAs

M & E system

Monitoring indicators

SPCs,

LGA

Information

units, NGOs,

CBOs.

chapter 13 cost of needs financial projections funding gaps and sources of funds
Chapter 13: Cost of NEEDS, Financial Projections, Funding gaps andSources of funds
  • (to be developed based on the activities and programmes)
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