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FIRST QUARTER REPORT TO PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE. 14 August 2007 S 12 : NCOP ROOMS. By Masephula Mbongwa Director General Department of Agriculture. Presentation Outline. Programme 1 Programme 2 Programme 3 Programme 4 Programme 5 Departmental Performance.

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    1. FIRST QUARTER REPORT TO PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE 14 August 2007 S 12 : NCOP ROOMS By Masephula Mbongwa Director General Department of Agriculture

    2. Presentation Outline • Programme 1 • Programme 2 • Programme 3 • Programme 4 • Programme 5 • Departmental Performance Renewing our Pledge : A National Partnerships to Build a Better Life for All

    3. PROGRAMME 1

    4. PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION COMPOSITION The programme comprises of the Office of the Director-General, Corporate Services, Strategic Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, Information and Communication Technology, Communication Services, Transformation and Internal Audit. PURPOSE The purpose of the programme is to provide the department with strategic leadership and management, as well as overall administrative and performance oversight, including managing returns on resource investments.

    5. PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION • PROGRAMME OVERVIEW • Programme Administration takes responsibility for providing strategic leadership in • Departmental strategy development, monitoring of implementation thereof, • Overall organizational administration, • Governance, • Provision of strategic support to the Ministry and interfacing between the department and Parliament • Strategic communication services • Strategic leadership in intergovernmental programmes • Sector partnerships that the department has fostered within the context of a “united and prosperous agricultural sector”

    6. PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION

    7. PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION

    8. PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION

    9. PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION

    10. PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION

    11. PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION STRATEGIC OUTPUT

    12. PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION SUMMARY An assessment of the 1st quarter performance of Programme 1 indicates that necessary management systems remain intact in implementation and monitoring of the performance as espoused in the strategic mandate of the Department reflected in its strategic plan for the year in progress.

    13. PROGRAMME 2

    14. PROGRAMME 2: LIVELIHOODS, ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT (LEBD)

    15. PROGRAMME 2: LEBD • The programme comprises of three sub-programmes which are Livelihood Development Support, Trade and Business Development and Economic and Statistical Services, structured to achieve its objectives. • PURPOSE • Promote equitable access to the agricultural sector • Promote growth and commercial viability of emerging farmers • Promote food security and rural development • Facilitate market access for South African agricultural products nationally and internationally • Promote Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) in the sector

    16. PROGRAMME 2: LEBD COMPOSITION Livelihoods Development Support provides post-settlement support to emerging farmers promotes farmer co-operatives and villages and is responsible for food security policy and legislation, programmes and information. Trade and Business Development facilitates international and domestic marketing access for South African agricultural products and promotes BEE in the sector. It also interacts with the National Agricultural Marketing Council. Economic and Statistical Services provides for the collection and analysis of agricultural statistics, monitors and evaluates the economic performance of the sector and produces quarterly reports on sector trends. It also interacts with Statistics South Africa.

    17. PROGRAMME 2: LEBD MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE Improve emerging farmers’ access to and sustained participation in agriculture, and improve food security in the medium term through providing better opportunities and more equitable access in order to maximize growth and employment in the sector.

    18. PROGRAMME 2: LEBD PERFORMANCE AGAINST MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE

    19. PROGRAMME 2: LEBD PERFORMANCE AGAINST MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE

    20. PROGRAMME 2: LEBD PERFORMANCE AGAINST MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE

    21. PROGRAMME 2: LEBD PERFORMANCE AGAINST MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE

    22. PROGRAMME 2: LEBD PERFORMANCE AGAINST MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE

    23. PROGRAMME 2: LEBD PERFORMANCE AGAINST MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE

    24. PROGRAMME 2: LEBD PERFORMANCE AGAINST MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE

    25. PROGRAMME 2: LEBD PERFORMANCE AGAINST PRIORITY AREA DELIVERABLES

    26. PROGRAMME 2: LEBD PERFORMANCE AGAINST PRIORITY AREA DELIVERABLES

    27. PROGRAMME 2: LEBD PERFORMANCE AGAINST PRIORITY AREA DELIVERABLES

    28. PROGRAMME 2: LEBD PERFORMANCE AGAINST PRIORITY AREA DELIVERABLES

    29. PROGRAMME 2: LEBD PERFORMANCE AGAINST PRIORITY AREA DELIVERABLES

    30. PROGRAMME 2: LEBD PERFORMANCE AGAINST PRIORITY AREA DELIVERABLES

    31. PROGRAMME 2: LEBD PERFORMANCE AGAINST PRIORITY AREA DELIVERABLES

    32. PROGRAMME 2: LEBD PERFORMANCE AGAINST PRIORITY AREA DELIVERABLES

    33. PROGRAMME 2: LEBD PERFORMANCE AGAINST PRIORITY AREA DELIVERABLES

    34. PROGRAMME 2: LEBD PERFORMANCE AGAINST PRIORITY AREA DELIVERABLES

    35. PROGRAMME 2: LEBD PERFORMANCE AGAINST PRIORITY AREA DELIVERABLES

    36. PROGRAMME 2: LEBD PERFORMANCE AGAINST PRIORITY AREA DELIVERABLES

    37. PROGRAMME 2: LEBD STRATEGIC OUTPUT

    38. PROGRAMME 2: LEBD • Main Challenges • Uncoordinated government support programmes • The evaluation process of the MAFISA pilot project took longer than planned • Slow procurement processes regarding food production packages • Responses to challenges • Alignment of farmer support programmes • Expand the pilot to other provinces once the evaluation report is finalized • Assists the provinces to identify the projects and plan in advance for food production packages

    39. PROGRAMME 3

    40. PROGRAMME 3: BIO-SECURITY AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT (BDM)

    41. PROGRAMME 3: BDM PURPOSE The programme develops and implements policies for food safety, agricultural risk and disaster management and for controlling animal and plant diseases. • COMPOSITION • Plant Health and Inspection Services; • Food, Animal Health and Disaster Management.

    42. PROGRAMME 3: BDM Plant Health and Inspection Services: Focuses on policies and systems to control plant diseases and on making sure that illegal agricultural product do not enter and leave South Africa. It also ensures that plant products are of good quality. Food, Animal Health and Disaster Management: Manages animal diseases and assists in negotiating protocols for importing and exporting animals and animal products, makes sure that animal products are of good quality and safe, and develops the agricultural risk and disaster management policy framework.

    43. PROGRAMME 3: BDM • MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE • Reduce the incidence of animal and plant diseases and pests and ensure compliance with international and national agricultural risk and disaster management measures through improved risk management systems. • The Programme in this financial year has 7 outputs in the Strategic Plan for which 5 of them is targeted for March 2008, two of them are targeted for July 2007 and the other one in September 2007 the last one is qualitative with a target of 10% increase annually.

    44. PROGRAMME 3: BDM PERFORMANCE AGAINST MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE

    45. PROGRAMME 3: BDM PERFORMANCE AGAINST MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE

    46. PROGRAMME 3: BDM PERFORMANCE AGAINST MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE

    47. PROGRAMME 3: BDM PERFORMANCE AGAINST MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE

    48. PROGRAMME 3: BDM PERFORMANCE AGAINST MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE

    49. PROGRAMME 3: BDM PERFORMANCE AGAINST PRIORITY AREA DELIVERABLES

    50. PROGRAMME 3: BDM PERFORMANCE AGAINST PRIORITY AREA DELIVERABLES