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BRANCH : Rights of Children and People with Disabilities UNIT: Rights of People with Disabilities. QUARTERLY REPORT 1 st Quarter 2012/13 April – June 2012. PROGRAMME OBJECTIVE.

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Branch rights of children and people with disabilities unit rights of people with disabilities

BRANCH : Rights of Children and People with Disabilities UNIT: Rights of People with Disabilities

QUARTERLY REPORT

1st Quarter 2012/13

April – June 2012


Programme objective

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVE

To raise awareness on the status and rights of people with disabilities, and to develop and popularise norms and standards for mainstreaming of disability considerations into legislation, policies and programmes through consultative processes.

To monitor, evaluate and report on progress and impact made on the realisation of rights of people with disabilities through an integrated monitoring and evaluation system.

To enable public and private sector institutions to deliver on the realisation of the rights of people with disabilities by establishing institutional mechanisms, as well as by facilitating and/or providing institutional support and training.


Main achievements

MAIN ACHIEVEMENTS


Supplimentary projects ad hoc activities

SUPPLIMENTARY PROJECTS (Ad hoc Activities)

  • Partnering with GIFTED STARS as well as INSETA on the Gifted Stars Talent Competition and National Disability Awards respectively as integral components of the National Disability Awareness Campaign –

    • MOUs ready to be signed with both institutions;

    • Gifted Stars launched on 14 June 2012.

  • Drafting of UN Reports on Disability and MDGs as well as Employment of People with Disabilities

    • Work in Progress – for submission end of July 2012.

  • Case Management –

    • 57 appeals for intervention were processed in the first quarter, with 31 of these closed.

  • Responses to 13 Questions for Written and Oral Reply were drafted


Branch challenges requiring intervention

BRANCH CHALLENGES REQUIRING INTERVENTION


Status quo human resources

STATUS QUO: HUMAN RESOURCES

Current vacancy rate in Programme 4 is 46,6%


Productivity analysis

‘PRODUCTIVITY’ANALYSIS

2 staff members per sub programme on average

Only 1 Director has PA (reasonable accommodation) and only 1 Admin Officer (IS&CB)

Minimum of 3-4 out of 22 working days spent on departmental meetings

Minimum of 1 out of 22 working days spent on writing of reports and/or submissions and financial management

Minimum of 1 out of 22 working days spent on Human Resource Management

Minimum of 2 out of 22 working days spent on case management

Chief Directors and Directors lose approx 3-4 out of 22 working days (22-25%) of their productive time on PA work this increased to 6-7 days due to administrative workload of NDM meeting.

I.E. 12-13 WORKING DAYS REMAIN TO GET WORK DONE


Quarterly report 1 st quarter 2012 13 april june 2012

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