This report was prepared by the Directorate General Monitoring and Evaluation (DG M&E), with support from the Planning and Development Department, line departments and with technical assistance by a team from the DFID-funded Provincial Reforms Programme. In particular, I would like to express my gratitude to the Elementary & Secondary Education, Health and Social Welfare Departments for their inputs and support leading upto the development of this report. Special thanks are due to the focal persons in each department: Riaz Bahar (Director, Education Sector Reforms Unit (ESRU) and Mohammad Saleem (Deputy Director, ESRU) in Elementary & Secondary Education Department; Mrs Shaheen Afridi (Deputy Chief, Health Sector Reforms Unit (HSRU) in the Health Department; Shamroz Khan (Chief, SCRU) in Social Welfare and Women’s Development Department (SW&WD); and, Mian Asim Ismail (Chief, Economic Analysis Wing) in the Planning and Development Department who provided valuable data in relation to the ADP trends.
Implementation Plan for the Year 2011-12 Based on the Selected Recommendations of the Citizens’ Voice Study Report (Building Citizens’ Voice in the Monitoring and Evaluation Processes of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa)
The overall objective of the SEAGA programme is to strengthen socio-economic and gender analysis capabilities at regional, national and local levels. Three manuals that present tools and methodologies for conducting analysis at the macro, intermediate and field levels underpin the programme. In addition, there are several specialist technical guides that demonstrate the application of SEAGA principles to specific aspects of natural resource management; this manual forms part of the technical guide series.
An effective state is essential to achieving sustainable socioeconomicdevelopment. With the advent of globalization, there are growingpressures on governments and organizations around the world to bemore responsive to the demands of internal and external stakeholdersfor good governance, accountability and transparency, greater devel-opment effectiveness, and delivery of tangible results. Governments,parliaments, citizens, the private sector, nongovernmental organiza-tions (NGOs), civil society, international organizations, and donorsare among the stakeholders interested in better performance. As de-mands for greater accountability and real results have increased,there is an attendant need for enhanced results-based monitoring andevaluation of policies, programs, and projects.
This report is concerned with the development of the budgetary system under the MTBF as the MTBF is rolled out across the federal government. The report was prepared by the MTBF team in Finance Division.
This report is the result of the efforts, contributions and support of many people and four Institutions led by the Governments of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), and the Federally Administered Tribal Areas Secretariat (FATA), Pakistan The Asian Development Bank, European Union, United Nations and The World Bank combined their strength to support the Government to conduct the Post-Crisis Needs Assessment.
The Planning and Development Department embarked upon the formulation of the CDS in 2008 on the advice of the then Additional Chief Secretary, Mr Javed Iqbal. Through an intensive and extensive process over the last two years that involved a number of high-level reviews, today, we finally have a first-ever strategic development plan for our province with us, and we express our sincere appreciation for the vision and guidance of Mr Javed Iqbal (Chief Secretary GoKP) and my predecessor, Mr Shakil Qadir Khan, for his initiative and interest.
The Government‟s education strategy defined in full in the Education Sector Plan (ESP) prepared in 2008,by the Elementary & Secondary Education Department (E&SED)is to ensure quality education, enabling all citizens to reach their maximum potential; to produce responsible, enlightened and skilled citizens and to integrate Pakistan into the global framework of human-centered economic development. ESP focuses on universal primary education; increased participation at middle and secondary grades; increased adult literacy and gender equality at all educational levels. The strategy reflects the mission of the National Education Sector Reforms and is also consistent with the Millennium Development Goals.