ADVOCACY AND LOBBYING

Advocacy and lobbying

Logical Framework Analysis Department Of Development Services

OBJECTIVES

ACTIVITIES

OUTPUT

OUTCOME

IMPACT

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

 DEPARTMENT OF DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

 

 

 

6.1.1 ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT

1.     TRAINING IN HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT/INTEGRAL MISSION

1. To increase knowledge and skills of 1450 church leaders on holistic development by the year 2016

Conducting various short course training and workshop

Increased knowledge and skill of 1450 church leaders

1450 Church leaders practicing holistic development in their local congregations/communities

Improved living conditions of church members and community members

Follow up and monitoring

Evaluation and feedback

Mult- disciplinary training

2. To increase knowledge and skills of 10,000 local church leaders(church elders, youth and committee members) by 2016

Identify and orient facilitators

Increased knowledge and skill of 10,000 church leaders

7,500 church leaders practicing holistic development in their local congregations/communities

Improved living conditions and reduced dependency syndrome

Prepare materials, food and accommodation for participants

Follow up, monitoring and evaluation

3. To encourage the enhancement of Holistic development integration in 1 Bible College and 1 Bible School curriculum by the year 2012

Conduct interdepartmental forum

Holistic development integrated in 1 Bible College and 1 Bible School curriculum.

1 Bible College and 1 Bible School training students in Holistic development.

Reduced dependence syndrome improved by living cord and improved ministerial performance.

Discuss with training staff

Facilitate curriculum review

2.INSTITUTIONAL REGULATIONS DEVELOPMENT AND UTILIZATION

4. To organize the formulation DDS regulations and other ten departments’ regulations by 2012

Selection of  Committee for  regulations  formulation

Developed formation on diocesan and ten departments’  regulations

One Diocesan  and  ten department  regulations  are in use from May 2012

Improved good governance and performance.

 Preparation of  regulations draft

Regulations draft decentralization and feed backup (churches and other stockholders.

Review and final position of  regulations

Publication  regulations reflects and  distribution

3. ORGANIZATIONAL STAFF CAPACITY BUILDING

5. To increase the capacity of 12 DDS staff and 10 heads of departments towards their performance by the year 2016.

Identifications of staff needs on short courses

Ten DDS staffs attended short courses

12 DDS staff  and 10 heads of departments using their acquired knowledge and skill in their work

Improved work performance OF 12 DDS staff and 10 heads of departments 

Search and identification of preferable training centres

Prepare DDS staffs to attend short courses

Feedback report

6. To improve knowledge and Skills of 10 DDS staff  by the year 2016

Search and identification of preferable training centres

Ten DDS staff attended long term courses

10 DDS staff using their acquired knowledge and skill in their work

Improved work performance of 10 DDS staff

Prepare DDS staffs to attend long term courses

Feedback report

7. To establish income generating activities by the year 2016

Identification of departmental needs

A number of income generating activities established

DDS income generating activities being implemented by profit.

Improved self sustaining of 12 DDS staff

Identification of  viable projects

Identification of possible markets

Establishment of consultancy services

8. To improve monitory  by acquiring 4 vehicles and 3 motor  vehicles by  2016

Write  good proposals

3 motor vehicles and 4 motor cycles acquired

Monitoring process being improved by using transport facilities

Improved performance and projects ownership

Procurement of  transport facilities

9. To improve DDS working capacity by recruiting 3 Development officers and 1 office attendant by the year 2016

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3 Development officers and 1 office attendant recruited

4 DDS staff recruited and use their knowledge and skills

DDS working capacity and community performance being improved.

Short listing of possible candidates

Interviews

Selection

Employment

Orientation

10. To improve DDS  working capacity up to 75% through purchasing office equipment by the year 2016

Fund rising strategies

Number of various equipments purchased.

Office equipments being used in DDS 

DDS office working capacity improved

Office equipment assessment (qualitative and quantitative)

Inventory up-grading

Enlisting new office equipments required

Procurement of new office equipments

4. IMPROVEMENT OF HEALTH FACILITIES AND SERVICES

11. To increase community awareness and prevention measure of about 150,000 people through  training on basic community health issues by the year 2016

Identification of community health challenges

Increased awareness and prevention measures of 150,000 people through established basic community health programme

97,500 of targeted people are aware and practicing prevention measures on health issues

Improved health status of community members

Priotization of health challenges

Strategy methodologies for addressing health issues

Formulation of Basic community health programme

Identification of basic villages health committee

Monitoring, follow – up and evaluation

Training of village

leaders, committee members and village volunteers (TOT) community members

12. To increase knowledge and skills of 150,000 people on food  sovereignty, security  and nutrition through training by the year 2016

Baseline survey

Increased knowledge and skills of 150,000 people on food sovereignty, security and nutrition

97,500 targeted people are aware and practicing food sovereignty, security and nutrition

Improved health status of community members

Data documentation and presentation

Formation of village committee

Training of village committee members (TOT)

Preparation of village action plans

Formation of village grain banes

Village committee  members exposure visits

5.     COMMUNITY ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT

13. To build the capacity of community members in 28  villages by 65% through  PLA/POP methodology  towards their self-reliance by  the  year 2016

Identification of villages

65% of community members 28 villages trained on PLA methodology

Local available resources in 28 village being utilized

Improved living standard of the community members

Base line survey

Documentation of presentation

Preparation of PLA facilitation

Conducting PLA Training

Documentation of PLA training

14. To increase knowledge and skills of community members in 28 villages by 65% through entrepreneurship training by 2016

Entrepreneurship natural preparation

65% of community members in 28 villages trained on entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship knowledge and skills being used by community members in 28 villages

Improved living standard of the community members

Preparations of entrepreneurship workshop

Conducting entrepreneurship training

Presentation of action plan

DDS community support

DDS – staff  entrepreneurship activities

Monitoring and follow– up 

15. To increase community access to financial facilities through establishment of  5 SACCOS, 200 VICOBA and 140 community development groups by the year 2014

Community mobilization

5 SACCOS, 200 VICOBA, and 140 Development groups established.

5 SACCOS, 200 VICOBA, and 140 Development groups being used.

Improved financial accessibility and living standard of the community

Preparation of training materials on SACCOS, VICOBA and community development groups

Preparation of training workshops

Formation and using community cultural groups

Establishment of SACCOS and community  development groups

Community mobilization process

Monitoring and follow – up

16. To increase knowledge and skills of 65% of community members in 28 villages and 98 parishes on fund raising strategies by the year 2016

Community mobilization, preparation of training materials

65% of community members in 28 villages and 98 parishes are trained in fund raising strategies

Fundraising strategies being used by community members in 28 villages and 98 parishes

Improved sources of income and standard of  living

Preparation of training workshops

Conduction training workshops

Conduction fund raising functions

Monitoring and follow – up

1       IMPROVEMENT OF RESEARCH AND DATABASE SURVEY

17. To improve data collection, documentation and presentation by 80% in the whole diocesan area by 2016

Designing systems and structures of data collection

Data collection, documentation and presentation conducted by 80% of diocesan area

Data collected being used

Improved planning performance in development process

Preparation of data collection

Conducting data collection

Data documentation

Data presentation

Establishment of data bank

Data use.

Conducting research according to the need

18. To promote research, consultancy, trainings and appropriate methodologies within and outside the diocese by the year 2016

Designing systems and structures of data collection

Data collection, documentation and presentation conducted by 80% of diocesan area

Data collected being used

Improved planning performance in development process

Preparation of data collection

Conducting data collection

Data documentation

Data presentation

Establishment of data bank

Data use.

Conducting research according to the need

1.2.1    ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION AND GENDER

2       PROMOTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION

19. To increase knowledge and skills to 56 village and 98 parishes on environmental conservation and climate changes causes, effects and mitigation measures by 2016

Identification of environmental issues

28 villages and 98 parishes trained on environmental conservation issues

Knowledge and skills on environmental conservation being used  in 28 villages and 98 parishes

Improved environmental conservation in community

Sensitization and awareness creation

Conducting workshops for church leaders and other stakeholders

Formulation of diocesan environmental conservation policy

Evaluation

3       PROMOTION OF GENDER EQUITY AND EQUALITY

20. To increasing knowledge and skills to 28 villages and  98 parishes on gender issues by the year 2016

Identification of gender issues

28 villages and 98 parishes trained on gender issues

Knowledge and skills on Gender issues being used  in 28 villages and 98 parishes

Improved gender equity and equality

Sensitization and awareness creation

Conducting workshops for church leaders and other stakeholders

Formulation of diocesan gender policy

Evaluation

 

6.1.3 ADVOCACY AND LOBBYING

 

21. To increase knowledge and skills of community members in 60 wards on issues of lobbying and advocacy by 60% by the year 2016

Identification of lobbying and advocacy issues

Community members in 60 wards trained on lobbying and advocacy issues

Lobbying and advocacy knowledge and skills being used by 60 wards

Improved leadership, service delivery, justice and human right

Preparations and selection

Preparation of training materials and strategies

Orientation workshops for government and religious leaders

Conducting workshops on lobbying and advocacy to selected wards coordinators

Implementation plan of action

Monitoring and follow – up

22. To increase knowledge and skills of community members in 56 villages  on Public Expenditure Tracking System (PETS) by the year 2016

Identification of Public expenditure issues

Community members in 56 villages trained on Public Expenditure Tracking System (PETS) issues

Public Expenditure Tracking System (PETS) knowledge and skills being used by  56 village

Improved  good governance

Preparations and selection

Preparation of training materials and strategies

Orientation workshops for government and religious leaders

Conducting workshops on  Public Expenditure Tracking System (PETS)  to selected villages

Implementation plan of action

Monitoring and follow – up

 

 

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