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ANNUAL REPORT ANALYSIS – 2009/10. By:- Siyavuya Koyana & Yolisa Nogenga 13 October 2010. INTRODUCTION. PROGRAM 1 – ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 2 – COMPREHENSIVE SOCIAL SECURITY PROGRAM 3 – POLICY DEVELOPMENT,REVIEW & IMPLEMANTATION SUPPORT FOR WELFARE PROGRAM 4 – COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

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annual report analysis 2009 10

ANNUAL REPORT ANALYSIS – 2009/10

By:- Siyavuya Koyana & Yolisa Nogenga

13 October 2010

introduction
INTRODUCTION
  • PROGRAM 1 – ADMINISTRATION
  • PROGRAM 2 – COMPREHENSIVE SOCIAL SECURITY
  • PROGRAM 3 – POLICY DEVELOPMENT,REVIEW & IMPLEMANTATION SUPPORT FOR WELFARE
  • PROGRAM 4 – COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
  • PROGRAM 5 – STRATEGY AND GOVERNANCE
program 1 administration
PROGRAM 1 - ADMINISTRATION
  • AIM OF THIS PROGRAM – Is to focus on policy formulation, corporate governance, support services including human resource management, financial and risk management, information technology and management, legal services, security services, internal audit and communication services as well as executive management services, including ministerial services, deputy ministerial services, and services to the Office of the Director-General
program 1 administration4
PROGRAM 1 - ADMINISTRATION
  • ACHIEVEMENTS
  • A database on social grants was developed during 2009/10
  • A development of draft audit policy and an anti-corruption and fraud strategy
  • The completion of user requirement specifications for the integration of Computer Peripheral Repairs (CPR) and Child and Youth Care Application (CYCA)
  • The vacancy rate of the Department has been reduced to 10%, exceeding the target by 5%.(641 2008/9, 683 2009/10)
  • Regulations under the Children’s Act, Older Persons’ Act and Social Assistance Act were drafted and implemented.
program 1 administration5
PROGRAM 1 - ADMINISTRATION
  • ISSUES OF CONSIDERATION
  • Page 24 of the annual report:- Department states that the Official Development Assistance (ODA) could not be carried out (since the National Treasury conducted the similar study).
  • Page 31:- it is reported that Official Development Assistance (ODA) could not be reached due to lack of staff capacity.
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PROGRAM 1 - ADMINISTRATION
  • ISSUES OF CONSIDERATION
  • Activity Base Costing model (ABC) did not occur as planned.
  • The Quality Assurance Review (QAR) recommendations were not completed due to financial constraints.
  • Finalisation of the approval of the policy framework, guidelines and procedure manuals for budget planning was not achieved
  • Target of implementing the Social Development Information Management System in all provinces was not met. It was only implemented in seven provinces
program 2 comprehensive social security
PROGRAM 2 - COMPREHENSIVE SOCIAL SECURITY
  • AIM OF THIS PROGRAM – Is to develop policies and programs to provide income support to the children, elderly, disabled and households in distress through social assistance and policies that mandate employed persons to contribute to social insurance, in order to prevent reversal in the fortunes of the employed and their dependents in the event of loss of income as a result of contingencies such as unemployment, sickness, disability, death, etc
program 2 comprehensive social security8
PROGRAM 2 - COMPREHENSIVE SOCIAL SECURITY
  • ACHIEVEMENTS:
  • Increase in the number of beneficiaries in the social assistance programme by 1,000,039 million from 13,008,104 million in March 2009 to 14 012 143 million in March 2010 an overall increase of 7.72%.
  • The approval of extension of Child Support Grants between the ages of 15 to 18 years by Cabinet and the implementation thereof started from 01 January 2010.
  • Eligible men aged 61–62 were enrolled and began to receive their old age grants.
program 2 comprehensive social security9
PROGRAM 2 - COMPREHENSIVE SOCIAL SECURITY
  • ACHIEVEMENTS:
  • During the 2009/10 financial year;
  • Child Support Grant (CSG) beneficiaries increased by 9.10% (from 8 765 354 to 9 569 602 million).
  • Old age grant (OAG) beneficiaries increased by 6.57% (from 2,390,543 to 2.55 million).
  • Foster child grant (FCG) increased by 7.62%, (from 474 579 to 510 760 million).
  • Care dependency grant (CDG) increased by 5.32%, (from 113 401 to 119 431million).
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PROGRAM 2 - COMPREHENSIVE SOCIAL SECURITY
  • ISSUES OF CONSIDERATION
  • Deviation from target by 100% in the training of health professional in the use of assessment tool for care dependency grant.
  • Delay in the finalisation of the study on social budget as a tool due to financial constraints.

- A policy on youth and adult social assistance beneficiaries to link them to employment opportunities was not finalized

program 3 policy development review and implemantation support for welfare
PROGRAM 3 - POLICY DEVELOPMENT, REVIEW AND IMPLEMANTATION SUPPORT FOR WELFARE
  • AIM OF THIS PROGRAM – Is to create an enabling environment for the delivery and accessibility of integrated social welfare services in partnership with all relevant stakeholders
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PROGRAM 3 - POLICY DEVELOPMENT, REVIEW AND IMPLEMANTATION SUPPORT FOR WELFARE
  • ACHIEVEMENTS
  • National plan of action for student scholarships were developed and approved by Heads of Social Development (HSD)
  • In terms of developing protocols on managing the abuse of older people, protocols have been aligned with the older persons Act (Act.13 of 2006).
  • Provinces were consulted on the Financial Awards draft policy to service providers and conducted a desktop analysis.

- In terms of reducing substance abuse, A Regulation under the Prevention of Treatment for Substance Abuse Act were drafted.

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PROGRAM 3 - POLICY DEVELOPMENT, REVIEW AND IMPLEMANTATION SUPPORT FOR WELFARE
  • ACHIEVEMENTS
  • North West and Limpopo were capacitated to implement the Ke Moja programme reaching 90 master trainers
  • The integrated plan for implementing Victim Empowerment Programme (VEP) policy guidelines were developed, to protect people affected by violence and crime.
  • During the 2009/10, Regulations under the Children’s Act were finalised and approved

- A final policy framework for statutory services to child headed households was developed

program 4 community development
PROGRAM 4 – COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
  • AIM OF PROGRAM - Is to create an enabling environment for empowering poor, vulnerable and previously marginalized groups, including youth, women and people with disabilities to achieve sustainable livelihood.
program 4 community development15
PROGRAM 4 – COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
  • ACHIEVEMENTS
  • Acceleration of the registration of non profit organization.

18 393 applications received for registration, 10 309 were registered. Total number of registered organizations increased to 65 635 marking an increase of 14% compared to 2008/09 financial year.

  • A total number of 12 812 registered NPOs submitted their annual reports. 2 718 non compliance letters sent to the registered NPOs that did not submit their annual reports.
  • Improvement on the participation in integrated development plans (IDPs) by developing a concept document and training 100 community development practitioners (CDPs)

- Sustainable Livelihoods Approach (SLA) toolkit for CDPs was developed

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PROGRAM 4 – COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
  • ACHIEVEMENTS
  • A framework for linking poor, vulnerable and marginalized people to sustainable livelihoods and economic activities was developed.
  • R3.3 million was contributed towards the establishment of a national food bank network.
  • On youth development objectives, 2 099 Masupatsela pioneers were recruited, 120 mentors and trained 1 752 pioneers in six provinces.

- Norms and standards for Home and Community - based Care (HCBC) were developed and orientation program was conducted in local NGOs. Most importantly a new HCBC Monitoring and Evaluation system.

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PROGRAM 4 – COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
  • ISSUES OF CONSIDERATION
  • Addressing the issue of provincial discrepancies in the funding models of NPOs and HCBC
  • The Monitoring and Evaluation system needs to assess whether all the organization funded deliver as required
  • Assessing the progress made in the development of the framework for linking poor, vulnerable and marginalize people to sustainable livelihood
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PROGRAM 4 – COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
  • ISSUES OF CONSIDERATION
  • Lack of proper report regarding 2 718 letters sent to NPOs that did not submit annual reports.
  • Only KwaZulu-Natal produced positive results on M&E system out of all the provinces
program 5 strategy and governance
PROGRAM 5 – STRATEGY AND GOVERNANCE
  • AIM OF THIS PRORAM – Is to lead the strategic planning process across the national and provincial departments. It ensures that the department’s core strategic functions are integrated into its oversight, monitoring and evaluation capacity. It also has the responsibility of improving social policy planning and strengthens policy implementation by all entities reporting to the department
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PROGRAM 5 – STRATEGY AND GOVERNANCE
  • ACHIEVEMENTS
  • The development of customized planning framework for the provinces and the national department.
  • Through the program, an annual risk assessment exercise was developed.
  • The Customer Care and Human Capital Strategies were implemented in the provinces.
  • The Expanded Public Works Program (EPWP) was expanded beyond HCBC and ECD to include Kha Ri Gude, the Nutritional School Nutrition Program and the Mass Participation Program