National Planning Authority Republic of Uganda. APRM NPOA Monitoring and Evaluation By Silvia Angey Ufoyuru Presented in the National APRM Workshop on “ Harmonizing the Mauritius NPOA with Existing Development Strategies and MTEF” 23-24 th April 2012.
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APRM NPOA Monitoring and Evaluation
By Silvia Angey Ufoyuru
Presented in the National APRM Workshop on “ Harmonizing the Mauritius NPOA with Existing Development Strategies and MTEF”
23-24th April 2012
Presentation outline national Planning authority (NPA) Uganda APRM process & structure Participatory monitoringthe role of MDAs, NGC, Civil Society integration of the NPOA in the national Budgeting process lessons and challenges
To produce comprehensive and integrated development plans for the country elaborated in terms of the perspective vision, long-term and medium-term plans.
Cabinet Sub-Committee for APRM for the country elaborated in terms of the perspective vision, long-term and medium-term plans.
Parliamentary Session Committee for APRM (Foreign Affairs)
APRM Focal Point Minister (Minister of State for Finance Planning and Economic Development)
APRM National Governing Council and the 4 Thematic Working Groups of the Council
National Planning Authority and Technical Expertise in the four thematic areas and stakeholder mobilization
Implementing Partners Institution Focal Points [MDAs, CSO and Private Sector]Implementing and monitoring structure
Cabinet Sub-Committee – interacts with the Governing Council to validate the progress report on behalf of the President
Focal Point ensures Cabinet is kept abreast of progress in the APRM process and the report production processRole of Cabinet
Minister of State for Finance Planning and Economic Development (Planning); Political oversight role for NPA
Galvanise government support to the APRM process
Liaise with the APR Panel and Secretariat to ensure smooth implementation of the APRM process
Provide linkage between the President and the Council
Does not sit on the Council but participates in key consultative eventsAPRM National Focal Point
The Role of the National Planning Authority (NPA) Development (Planning); Political oversight role for NPAin the APRM process
The following are the elements of this framework
Consultation with implementing institutions to to agree on process – Heads and Focal Points
Clarify roles and responsibilities
Technical process and Quality Control (follow Assessment Principles)
Communication Strategy – bringing issues in Poa to the attention of Implementers including
Validation – regional and national
Parliament involvementKey processes in reporting
THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND ATTENTION process – Heads and Focal Points