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KIRKUK PRT OVERVIEW May 10, 2008. What are the challenges. 18 APR 08, 1045 EXSUM: The House Armed Services oversight and investigations subcommittee reports that the U.S. effort to rebuild Iraq and Afghanistan using PRT lacks clear goals, organizational structure and lines of command. 

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Kirkuk prt overview may 10 2008

KIRKUK PRT OVERVIEW

May 10, 2008


What are the challenges

What are the challenges

18 APR 08, 1045 EXSUM:

  • The House Armed Services oversight and investigations subcommittee reports that the U.S. effort to rebuild Iraq and Afghanistan using PRT lacks clear goals, organizational structure and lines of command. 

  • The six-month investigation gave recommendations that the State and Defense departments develop a "unity of command" for the PRTs along with specific objectives and way to ascertain whether they have been met. 

  • PRT projects that overlap with those run by other U.S. entities and an indecipherable chain of command. 

  • lacks "strategic guidance and oversight" and "clearly defined PRT objectives and milestones for achieving larger operational and strategic goals."


Kirkuk prt bct partnership implementing strategies not project management

Kirkuk PRT & BCT PartnershipImplementing Strategies not Project Management

  • PRT Organization and Mission

  • PRT’s Strategic Objectives and Interim Results

    • PRT Framework Synchronized with OPA Maturity Model (DOS-USAID-Joint Campaign Strategy)

  • Implementation Strategic Goals not Project Management

  • Strategic Objectives and milestones

    • Governance

    • Infrastructure

    • Economic Development

    • Agriculture

    • Rule of Law

    • Public Health and Education

  • PRT Strategic Objectives and Joint Campaign Plan

    • Projects/Effects are synchronized into the PRT’s Strategic Objectives

    • Long term strategies aligned with short term projects i.e. non-lethal 30-60-90 project goals with BCT


Kirkuk prt overview may 10 2008

IR 1.3

Improved capacity of GOI to promote growth in private sector, reduce corruption, and increase % of budget spending


Kirkuk prt overview may 10 2008

Measures of Sustainable Development

Employment

Transition strategies

Job Opportunities

Sector - Number Employed

Kirkuk

Population

1,250,000

Capital

Microfinance, Private Investing

New Companies – 15,000

New Farms – 15,000

Agricultural

Oil Industry – 45,000

VOTECH, JTERP

Agriculture – 65,000

Plumber. Electrician

Individual Business – 65,000

Carpenter

Population

employable

562,500

45%

Private Companies – 45,000

Business

State Owned – 35,000

Literacy

Government Employees – 5,000

Higher Education

Medical, Education – 15,000

Military Training

Iraqi Armed Forces – 25,000

Police Training

Iraqi Police Force – 6,700

Kirkuk

Unemployment

230,625

41%

Homes/Construction–5,000

Civilian Service

Corps

Roads, Parks/Construction–5,000

Dams, Canals/Construction–5,000

Total Employed 351,700


Project management with no strategy

Project Management with no Strategy

X

X

OPA Maturity

Model

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

PRT’s Strategic

Objectives

GOI

PRT

Power

City Master Plan

ART140l

Land Fill

Cleaning

School

Interim Results

Health Cl

USAID

Partners

BCT

Counter Insurgency

Well

Farm Co-op

GOI

JTERP

Market

Projects Support

Strategy

Hospital

School

Fire Departments

School

VITEC

JTERP

Health Cl

Police

Hospital

JTERP

Farm Co-op

Market

Woman Gran

Cleaning

Hospital

Police

Clinic

VITEC

School

Farm

VITEC

School

Farm

School

Market

Grant

Project

School

Well

Farm

JTERP

JTERP

Farm

JTERP

JTERP

JTERP

JTERP

Woman Gran

Cleaning

Clinic

Power

Clinic

Power

School

INMA

INMA

School

INMA

Micro finance

Market

Grant

Project

School

Canal

Farm

Canals

School

Farm

JTERP

School

Fire Dep

Power

INMA

Canal

Well

Farm

Market

Market

JTERP

Power

Market

JTERP


Strategic vision design and process 5 stage program

Strategic Vision, Design and Process5 Stage Program

  • Mapping/Charting of a projects

    • USAID, USACE, CERP

  • Reporting to stakeholders

    • PRT,BCT,DOD,DOS,USAID,NSC, etc.

  • Conceptualization, Communication and Concurrence

  • Strategic Framework

  • Performance Monitoring Plan

Processing

Fertilizer

Wholesale

Retail

Flower

Processing

Packaging

Bakers

Wholesale

Retail

Wells

Canal

Cleaning

Projects

10,000

Corn

Producers

50k Domans

35k MT yearly

Processing

Drying

Plants

Storage

Grain

Silo

Livestock

Feed

Processing

Feed Grains

Farmer

Egg

Producer

Egg

Hatchery

Farmer

Livestock

Poultry

Processing

Packaging

Cold

Storage


Kirkuk prt overview may 10 2008

IR 1.2

Improve Capacity of Civil Legal System


Kirkuk prt overview may 10 2008

SO6 IR 1.1

Increased Private Markets Initiatives

SO3 IR 1.1

Increased availability of

loan capital, strategic private investment and access to monies

SO1 IR1.2

Increased Capacity

To Execute Budgets

Human Consumption

Bakers

Fertilizer

Quality improvement

80/20 Feed/Human to 60/40 Feed/Human

50% Increased Farmer income

10% decrease in Cost to consumer

Wholesale

Retail

Flower

Processing

Packaging

Processing

Fertilizer

Wholesale

Retail

Feed Grains

SO6 IR 1.1.1 Improved Feed Mills

% increase in production

Seed

10,000

Corn

Producers

50k Domans

35k MT yearly

Processing

Drying

Plants

Storage

Grain

Silo

Livestock

Feed

Processing

Wholesale

Retail

Feed

Double Farmers Feed Grain Income

200% Grain Production increase

Sheep Farming

Wells

Canal

Cleaning

Projects

SO6 IR 1.1.2

Develop Sheep Feed Lots

% increase in production

# of Feed lots started

Farmer

Livestock

Sheep

Capital

Pro-

cessing

Packaging

Cold

Storage

Wholesale

Retail

SO2 IR 1.1.2 Improved water resources management

KM of canals cleaned for irrigation

Poultry Farming

SO6 IR 1.1.3 Increased Poultry Production

% increase in production

Farmer

Egg

Producer

Egg

Hatchery

Farmer

Livestock

Poultry

Processing

Packaging

Cold

Storage

Wholesale

Retail


Kirkuk prt overview may 10 2008

SO6 IR 1.1

Increased Private Markets Initiatives

SO3 IR 1.1

Increased availability of

loan capital, strategic private investment and access to monies

SO6 IR 1.3.2

Improved access to appropriate agriculture technologies

Greenhouse Materials

$3,000-$6,000

$3,000 investment =

$2,500 yearly return =

Employment, Stability, Prosperity

Framing

materials

Sheet Plastic

Production

Shipping

Assembly

Tomato Farming Year Round production

Local Market

Seed

400

Greenhouses

Bed

Preparation

Harvesting

Packaging

Transportation

SO2 IR 1.1.2 Improved water resources management

KM of canals cleaned for irrigation

Farmers Greenhouse Income

1000% Production increase

Wells

Canals

35%

efficiency

Drip

Irrigation

95%

efficient

Exporting

Fertilizer

Cold

Storage

Capital

Pro-

cessing

New

Canning

Facility

Packaging

Wholesale

Retail

Processing

Fertilizer


Kirkuk prt overview may 10 2008

SO6 IR 1.1

Increased Private Markets Initiatives

SO3 IR 1.1

Increased availability of

loan capital, strategic private investment and access to monies

SO1 IR1.2

Increased Capacity

To Execute Budgets

New Cooking Oil Industry

Textiles Industry

Cotton

Processing

For Textiles

Cotton

Exported

For Textiles

Processing

Wholesale

Retail

Oil

Packaging

Wholesale

Retail

Bakers

Cotton Production

SO6 IR 1.1.4 Introduce Sunflower, olive, and Cotton Seed Processing

# of enterprises created

# of beneficiaries

Cotton Gin =

1,000 New Cotton

Farmers

New Cotton

Seed

1,000

New Cotton

Farmers

GOI

Funded

$6M

Cotton Gin

Cotton Seed

Processing

For Feed

Cotton Seed

Processing

For Cooking

Oil

$25M

Increased Farmers Income with lower cost Feed

Poultry Farming

SO6 IR 1.1.3 Increased Poultry Production

% increase in production

Farmer

Egg

Producer

Egg

Hatchery

Farmer

Livestock

Poultry

Processing

Packaging

Cold

Storage

Wholesale

Retail


Bct projects effects are synchronized into strategic objectives

BCT Projects/Effects are synchronized into Strategic Objectives

Hoop House in a Box

$3,000-$6,000

$3,000 investment =

$2,525 yearly Income =

Employment, Stability, Prosperity

Drip System in a Box

$2,200

4 Domans

Drip Irrigation System

Opportunity to Grow Crops on

barren land

Village from

$0 income to $2,500+

1 Season Yield

6 Tons

Income

$1,200

Expenses

$605

Profit

$595

Water Efficiency

35%

2 Season Yield

20 Tons

Income

$4,100

Expenses

$1,575

Profit

$2,525-$5,000+

Water Efficiency

98%


Bct projects effects are synchronized into strategic objectives1

BCT Projects/Effects are synchronized into Strategic Objectives

Fish Hatchery

in a Box

$29,000

Local Contribution

$10,000

(Dig Pools and well)

IRD Budget:

$19,000

(Generator, Submersible, Fish)

Income:

Greenhouse in a Box

$38,000

Local Contribution

$14,000

(Construction, 1 Greenhouse)

IRD Budget:

$24,000

(2 Greenhouses)

Income:


Bct projects effects are synchronized into strategic objectives2

BCT Projects/Effects are Synchronized into Strategic Objectives

Water in a Box

$150,000

1,500 with potable water

Poultry in a Box

$34,000

Local Contribution

$12,000

(Construction, Equipment)

IRD Budget:

$22,000

(Chicks, Feeding Troughs, Water System Ventilation Fan, Heating Device Generator)

Income:


Bct projects effects are synchronized into strategic objectives3

BCT Projects/Effects are synchronized into Strategic Objectives

Bee Keeping

in a Box

$6,000

Local Contribution

$2,000

(Construction, Equipment)

IRD Budget:

$4,500

(30 Bee Cells)

Income:

Sheep in a Box

$15,750

Local Contribution

$4,500

(Construction, Fodder)

IRD Budget:

$11,250

(90 Sheep)

Income:

Calves in a Box

$16,875

Local Contribution

$5,000

(Construction, Fodder)

IRD Budget:

$11,875

(25 Calves)

Income:


Bct projects effects are synchronized into strategic objectives4

BCT Projects/Effects are synchronized into Strategic Objectives

Bakery in a Box

$6,000

Local Contribution

$2,000

(Construction, Equipment)

IRD Budget:

$4,500

(Ovens)

Income:

Stores in a Box

$3,000

Local Contribution

$1,000

(Construction, Equipment)

IRD Budget:

$2,000

(Store supplies and access to distribution)

Income:


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