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  1. Gender PRSP, and the MDGs: What are the linkages? C. Mark Blackden Africa Region Workshop on Gender Equality and the MDGs November 19-20, 2003

  2. Planning & Budgeting Budgeting Parliament 11> Approval of au-dited accounts Ministries 9> Accounts submitted Indep. Auditor 10> Accounts audited MDGs PRSP [policy] Finance 8> Release of funds & budget execution Cabinet: MoF 1> Macro projections 2> Guidelines/ceilings Ministries 3> Expenditure proposals Parliament 7> Debate and approval Finance 4> Appraisal, negotiation, reconciliation of proposals 5> Preparation of state budget Cabinet 6> Approval and submission to parliament Source: PRSP Sourcebook, Chapter 6. World Bank.

  3. The Broader Framework VISION STATEMENT CDF MDGs POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY PAPER MEDIUM-TERM EXPENDITURE FRAMEWORK ANNUAL BUDGETS AND PROGRAMS

  4. The Broader Framework UNDERSTANDING OF GENDER INFORMS … VISION STATEMENT CDF MDGs POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY PAPER MEDIUM-TERM EXPENDITURE FRAMEWORK ANNUAL BUDGETS AND PROGRAMS IMPACT ON THE GROUND

  5. Gender and the PRSP Participatory Process: Focus on Gender Inclusion

  6. Gender and the PRSP Participatory Process: Focus on Gender Inclusion

  7. Four Challenges • The Dilemma of Pro-Activity • Who “owns” the gender agenda in PRSP? • The Problem of Isolation • The “excellent” gender chapter syndrome • The Issue of Specificity • Gender as a “cross-cutting issue” • “Measures” to be taken not specified… • The Question of Prioritization • Do everything! – the long list • Who prioritizes & how?

  8. Uganda: Sources of Energy 1% 83% Source: MEMD Website, accessed March 2003. http://www.energyandminerals.go.ug/UGA%20Energy%20Balance%202001.htm

  9. Uganda: Energy Investment Power-related:90% Renewables and Energy Efficient Technology (EET) = 0.5% Source: MEMD. The Energy Policy for Uganda, September 2002.

  10. Uganda: Energy Mismatch? Consumption Investment Source: Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development.

  11. Uganda: Transport Burdens Source: Barwell 1996.

  12. Water and fuel investments significantly reduce collection time Investments in water and fuel infrastructure significantly reduce time on collection activities Potential average annual time savings Uganda > 900 hrs/yr Potable water within 400m 600 = > 660 hrs/yr Woodlots within 30 mins walk 400 Annual time savings (hours per household) + > 240 hrs/yr 200 0 Lusaka Rural Kaya Mbale Kasama* Dedougou* (Zambia) (Burkina Faso) (Uganda) (Zambia) (Burkina Faso) * Kasama & Dedougou already within the target for water. Source: Barwell 1996, in Engendering Development, PRR, 2001.