The Detailed Implementation Plan ( DIP ) Process. The coming of age of a Detailed Implementation Plan process is the DIP workshop and most of our efforts are geared towards it. . What is done in the USAID and other donor DIP workshops?.
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The Detailed Implementation Plan (DIP) Process The coming of age of a Detailed Implementation Plan process is the DIP workshop and most of our efforts are geared towards it.
What is done in the USAID and other donor DIP workshops? • revise, if necessary, and refine program goals, objectives/results, indicators and targets; • strategize on major interventions; • determine critical project tasks and activities; • clarify roles and responsibilities of implementing groups; • prioritize planned activitieswith partners. Post plenary – multitude of small groups – participation is best elicited if done by special topic area and/or area of interest.
What happens after the workshop? In country – DIP write up • Heavy lifting by ACD/HSC/PM/M&E/Advocacy • Backstop is expected to assist as needed • Programming begins Atlanta plus team • Peer review of DIP CO by CO - ? Webex • Suggest possible changes – • Finalize DIP – Firm deadline for Atlanta Atlanta team • Work on future reports/strategies • Stepping back
What is worth emulating from CSHGP guidelines • Level of effort LOE • Targets • Maps • Large number of usable tools – or some variation • Reach out to partners and key players • Consensus and buy in • Comprehensive package of usable tools guidelines and tables • Post DIP CO leads the implementation
Possible Incremental Improvements • LOE by different time frames and sub LOE by sectors • Strategize by most doable, measurable and effective strategies (possible think biggest bang for buck) • One time big tent activity – or pre/post smaller group activities? • Priorities – whose? Question have we spent enough time for good inputs and consensus? • Outcome – Identify best thinkers/implementers – rope them for different committees • Advisory committees – by development sector? Else sub committees • Agree in DIP to update targets if indicated (greater achievement bias)
Borrowable Concepts - 1 Illustration of Beneficiary Calculation for Project Example – Rwanda child survival
Borrowable Concepts - 2 Example – Rwanda child survival Target to be achieved
Borrowable concepts 3 Level Of Effort (LOE) Example for illustrative purpose only • Agriculture – 40% • IYCF – 40% • Wash – 10% • Anemia – 10%
Borrowable Concepts – 4 Management and Human Resource Table Example – Rwanda child survival
Borrowable Concepts – 5 Training Plan Example – Rwanda child survival
Borrowable concept 6 Facilities/Systems Assessments • Health Facility Assessment From lowest level till district level 1) HW staffing and expertise level per HC 2) Supplies and equipment – IFA availability in past one year 3) HR – training status –Nepal – CARE does most training. • Agriculture Sector From lowest level till district level • Wash Sector Assessment From lowest level till district level
Borrowable Concept 8 Difference in Roles and Responsibilities in Intervention and Comparison Areas
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