1 1ST QUARTER PERFORMANCE REPORT (APRIL - JUNE 2014 ) FOR THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE PRESENTED BY MS VELISWA BADUZA DEPARTMENT OF WOMEN. TABLE OF CONTENT. Purpose First Quarter Performance Overview against Predetermined Objective Departmental Budget for the First Quarter
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The figure below illustrates the overall performance of the Department for the first Quarter
The department planned a total of 30 targets for the first quarter and achieved 18 targets (60%) while 12 targets (40%) were not achieved.
The figure below illustrates that out of 16 targets planned for the first quarter of the 2014/15 financial year, Programme 1 (Administration) achieved 12 targets (75%) while 4 targets (25%) were not achieved.
The figure below illustrates that out of the total planned budget projection of R23 855 million for the 1st quarter, the actual expenditure was R22 044 million, with an under expenditure of R 1 811 million Therefore Programme 1 has spent 23 % of its budget for the 1st quarter
Advisory committee for development of NSP set up to ensure quality control. A total of 67 participants availed themselves in June 2014 to contribute without remuneration. The Advisory Committee will operate at 3 levels, namely Strategic/Operational advice; Quality Control Group and an Oversight Group.
On 21 June 2014 a successful meeting was held between Joint Gender Fund (JGF) and Development Partners and civil society members (also NCGBV members) to strengthen the extensive provincial consultations of the draft NSP through supporting project that will reach 9 Provinces (additional to the 5 Provinces /500 participants) that HSRC will reach.
The figure below illustrates that out of 7 targets planned for the first quarter of the 2014 /15 financial year; Programme 2 (WEGE) achieved 3 (43%)targets and 4 ( 57%)targets were not achieved
The figure below illustrates that out of the total planned budget projections of R20 491 million for the 1stquarter the actual expenditure was R20 606 million with an over expenditure of (R115 thousand) .Therefore Programme 2 has spent 22 % of its budget for the 1st quarter
The figure below illustrates that out of 5 targets planned for the first quarter, Programme 3 (CRR) achieved 3 targets (60%) and 2 targets (40%) were not achieved.
The figure below illustrates that out of the total planned budget projections of R2 377 million, the actual expenditure was R1 619 million, with an under expenditure of R758 thousand. Therefore Programme 3 has spent 14% of its budget for the 1st quarter
The figure below illustrate that out of 2 targets planned for the first quarter, Programme 4 (RPD) achieved 1 target (50%) and 1 target (50%) was not achieved
The figure below illustrates that out of the total planned budget projections of R4 210 for the 1st quarter , the actual expenditure was R2 680 million, with an under expenditure R1 530 million. Therefore Programme 4 has spent 15% of its budget for the 1st quarter
South Africa continues to provide leadership on the international front. The Country Opening Statement at the Seventh Session of the UN Conference of States Parties to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), held at the UN headquarters in New York from 10-12 June 2014, was well received and briefing documents prepared for the South African leadership enabled strong participation from South Africa in the Roundtables and informal session. The South African delegation included participation from civil society as required by the CRPD. A draft report is available.
PROGRAMME 4:MAIN ACHIEVEMENTS