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TATJANA PETRUSEVSKA Spec. Pharm. MBA Vice President of Inter Ministerial Commission for Narcotic Drugs (IMCND) Head of Sector for Controlled substances Ministry of Health REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA E-mail: tanja.petrusevska@gmail.com. COMMUNITY AGENCIES PARTNERS IN ACCESSION

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Community agencies partners in accession 25 27 november 2009 sintra portugal

TATJANA PETRUSEVSKA Spec. Pharm. MBAVice President of Inter Ministerial Commission for Narcotic Drugs (IMCND)Head of Sector for Controlled substancesMinistry of HealthREPUBLIC OF MACEDONIAE-mail: tanja.petrusevska@gmail.com

COMMUNITY AGENCIES

PARTNERS IN ACCESSION

25-27 November 2009, Sintra, Portugal


Community agencies partners in accession 25 27 november 2009 sintra portugal

LESSONS LEARNED

Experiences of the IMCND of the Republic of Macedonia and EU Agency EMCDDA


Community agencies partners in accession 25 27 november 2009 sintra portugal

Membership of the European Union is the highest strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status for EU membership.


Macedonian experiences with eu instruments
MACEDONIAN EXPERIENCES WITH EU INSTRUMENTS: strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status

  • 2001 PHARE Project for synthetic drugs

  • 2001 PHARE Project for precursor control

    *Within this project we prepared Law for control of precursors in line with EU directives

  • 2006-2007 CARDS Project for combating drugs related criminal activities:

    *we prepared National Drug strategy, Action Plan, Law for control of narcotics and psychotropic substances

    *NFP has been established

  • 2008 CARDS Project with EMCDDA:

    ESPAD study. Need assessment report, Country overview, Info Map,


Where we were

Colleagues strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status

Partners and Friends

…..Where we were…..

Where we want to be,

with support of our ....


United in diversity is the motto of the european union
“United in diversity” is the motto of the European Union strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status


We learned
We learned… strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status

…A diverse workforce provides talent, creativity, flexibility, world vision and strength, that we need to successfully complete

Global goals…


Community agencies partners in accession 25 27 november 2009 sintra portugal

Finding yourself strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status

in Diversity!


Community agencies partners in accession 25 27 november 2009 sintra portugal

We learned… strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status

ppreciate

articipate

elebrate


Appreciate
Appreciate: strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status

physical characteristics

religion

marriagestatus

gender

family

ethnicity

Geographic origin

language

race

Socioeconomic status


Community agencies partners in accession 25 27 november 2009 sintra portugal

Managing Diversity Effectively strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status Makes Good Sense

  • What a Diversity Provides?

    • A variety of points of view and approaches to problems and opportunities can improve managerial decision making.

    • Diverse can provide a wider range of creative ideas.

    • Needs of diverse stakeholders,

    • Factors that Influence Managerial Perception

    • Accommodation for Religious Beliefs

    • Scheduling of critical meetings,

    • Providing flexible time off for holy days

    • Perceptions,

    • Avoid stereotyping,

    • Recognize & celebrate differences,

    • Language translations


Planning process
PLANNING PROCESS strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status

WE LEARNED:

WE LEARNED:

PLANNING

CAPACITY

Developed the plan (activities, programs and strategies)

Implementation

Mobilize the stakeholders & build capacity to address the needs

Implementation of the plan

Assessment

Evaluation

Organize the stakeholders to profile the needs and readiness

Evaluate the Results and estimation of the Future support

SUSTAINABILITY

SYNERGY enables the total performance to be greater


Capacity building process
Capacity building process strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status

1. Assess the resources and needs


Capacity building process1
Capacity building process strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status

1. Assess the resources and needs

2. Support services expansion

Improve service organization and financing


Effectivness
EFFECTIVNESS strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status

IMPROVE QUALITY

Evidence-based approach

Trainings

Education

OUR VISION


Capacity building process2
Capacity building process strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status

1. Assess the resources and needs

2. Support services expansion

3. Improve service organization and financing

4. Recruit, educate and retain workforce

5. Create interlocking systems of care

6. Development a standards to monitor the system


Emcdda cards project
EMCDDA–CARDS project strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status

Objective 32 of the EU drugs action plan 2005–08 foresees that particular efforts must be made to improve assistance given to applicant countries.

On 1 December 2007, the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) initiated a technical cooperation and assistance project with the Western Balkans countries — comprising Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia — financed by the European Commission’s (CARDS) fund.

The aim of the project was to assess the capacity of the Western Balkans countries to establish a drug information system that is compatible with the EMCDDA, and to provide direct support for data collection and reporting.

During this first cooperation project with the Western Balkans, the EMCDDA and the Reitox coaches assisted the partner countries in drafting a first Country overview following the European standards.


Community agencies partners in accession 25 27 november 2009 sintra portugal

WE LEARNED: strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status

COMPILATIONOF INFORMATION

  • The central role of networking, multidisciplinary work and care coordination

  • The use of reliable and valid screening instruments for assessments

  • What information and/or data exists that is of relevance for the implementation of the action?

    • International databases (scientific, legislation)

    • Epidemiology surveys on drug use (patterns, treatment, etc.)

    • Policy research (evaluation research, etc.)

    • Registries (e.g. clients in treatment)

    • Qualitative data e.g. rapid assessment information

    • Effectiveness/ implementation studies


Action plan criteria
Action Plan Criteria strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status

Ideally Actions are:

  • Specific (focusing on a specific problem or issue)

  • Measurable(the progress and outcome must be measurable through objective indicators and assessed with existing verification tools as much as possible)

  • Acceptable (the priority aims and actions must be in agreement with generally supported principles and contexts in society and in the Strategy)

  • Realistic (the priority aims and actions can be ambitious, but should be feasible within the given context, resources and timeframe of the Strategy)

  • Time bound(priority aims need to be reachable in 8 years time, actions in (at maximum) 4 years time))

    Have:

  • Added value (priority aims and actions need to provide an added value to the current situation)

    Respect:

  • Proportionality (The scope and consequences of priority aims and actions are proportional compared to the problem they aim to address)

    Reflect:

  • Effectiveness & Efficiency (Priority aims and actions are expected to provide best results at the most economic cost)

  • Knowledge base (Priority aims and actions are based upon evidence)


Community agencies partners in accession 25 27 november 2009 sintra portugal

WE LEARNED: strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status

Stakeholder involvement, i.e. in expert committees

Stakeholder involvement

Stakeholder involvement``

Political decision-making

Stakeholder involvement

Next cycle

IMCD

Action plan Proposal

Feedback to IMCD & discussion priorities

IMCD focus: coherence & selection

Feedback to IMCD & discussion

Feedback on compliance

(monitoring)

Coordination level 

Coordination

Implementation level 

Prioritisation within department and with executive agencies

Budgeting & planning by department & executive agencies

Implemen-tation by responsible department & agencies

Mid-term assessment of compliance with Strategy objectives

Monitoring & (external) Evaluation

Annual planning process


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We learned about mentoring process… strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status

A process by which an experienced member of an organization (the mentor) provides advice and guidance to an less experienced member (the protégé) and helps the less experienced member learn how …..


Community agencies partners in accession 25 27 november 2009 sintra portugal

Reitox coaches for the Macedonian National Focal Point were strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status

Mr.Ernestas Jasaitis ,

National Focal Point from Lithuania and

Mr. Neoklis Georgiades, Cyprus NFP

And EMCDDA Team


We learned1
We learned… strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status

Establish standards

1.

Measure actual performance

2.

Compare

3.

Evaluate & take corrective action

4.


Community agencies partners in accession 25 27 november 2009 sintra portugal

IMPUTS strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status

IMPUTS

OUTCOMES

PERFORMANCE

Time

Effort

Education

Experience

Skills

Knowledge

Contributes to efficiency,

Effectiveness,

And the attainment of the goals

Accomplishment satisfaction


Community agencies partners in accession 25 27 november 2009 sintra portugal

Expected out come/impact strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status

  • Objectively verifiable INDICATOR –

  • Clear measurement that can be directly attributed to the action.

  • Example

    • Increase coverage and availability of effective treatment for drug addiction

    • Indicator: Treatment Demand Indicator


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Cooperation with EMCDDA, strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status opened new Horizons

  • New approaches to maximize the analytical value of the available information;

  • To combine different types of information (qualitative/quantitative) and levels of analysis (local/national, regional)

  • Multi-methods approaches, sensitivity and timeliness, value in working together,

  • Strong commitment to evidence-driven policies,

  • We appreciate EMCDDA to continue to monitor and support research developments in Macedonia.


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MINISTRY OF HEALTH, strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status

Sector for controlled substances

coordinate with

EMCDDA

Institute

for Public Health

MINISTRY OF INTERIOR

National Focal

Point

Centers for treatment of drug abusers

Ministry for labor and social policy

Clinical Centers

MINISTRY FOR EDUCATION AND SCIENCE

NGO sector


Key challenges
Key challenges: strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status

  • To strengthen MKD NFP role as platform for knowledge exchange,

  • Making better use of expert networks,

  • Developing best practice portal,

  • Support the development of EMCDDA guidelines based on national and international experiences,

  • Working in partnership with EMCDDA to set out programs, reporting structures & instruments and quality standards,

  • Provided added value at national level.


Key challenges1
Key challenges… strategic interest and priority for the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, an objective shared by an overwhelming majority of Macedonia’s citizens and all political parties. Macedonia was the first country in South East Europe to sign a Stabilization and Association Agreement with the European Union in 2001 in Luxemburg. Recognizing the progress that Macedonia has made in meeting the Copenhagen criteria, the European Commission recommended granting Macedonia candidate country status for membership in the EU. On 17 December 2005, the European Council decided to grant the Republic of Macedonia official candidate status

  • Quality and standardization of data collection and analysis,

  • Quality assurance of information out puts,

  • Development of National Information System,

  • Maintaining support and co-operation at national level,

  • Encouraging collection of standardized data with recognising national needs and deferences

  • Information exchange within REITOX network,

  • Adapting to changing requirement with limited resources.



Community agencies partners in accession 25 27 november 2009 sintra portugal

For the next IPA in cooperation with EMCDDA we will work on: phenomenon…

  • Awareness raising for the importance of collecting reliable and comparable information on the drug situation and on response to it,

  • The need of evidence based policies,

  • The importance of providing timely and relevant information to policy makers and professionals in the field,

  • The need to maintain high scientific standards and procedures,

  • To maintain balanced approached between policy and science.


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THANK YOU phenomenon…