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Appendix G. MATRIX ON PARTNERSHIP NAD PARTICIPATION IN IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CDF /NPRS

 
GOALS
MECHANISMS
FORMS
EXPECTED OUTPUT
TIME FRAME
PARTCIPANTS 
I. Maintenance of an Informed Community
1. Annual large-scale campaigns to discuss the amendments to be introduced to NPRS.
 
Coverage in the mass media of the results of NPRS discussions and recommendations of the participants. 
Introduction of amendments to NPRS. 
Annually 
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations, private sector, mass media 
2. Public campaigns to cover the processes of implementation, monitoring and evaluation of CDF/NPRS on a regular basis.
 
Public hearings, TV and radio programs on the implementation progress, publications in newspapers and magazines.
Information for the community on implementation, monitoring and evaluation of NPRS and CDF.
Permanently
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations, private sector, mass media 
3. Preparation and dissemination of bulletins, press releases and other forms of public information.
 
Bulletins, press releases, interviews, news, etc.
 
Information for the community about implementation, monitoring and evaluation of NPRS and CDF.
Permanently
 
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations, private sector, mass media 
4. Wide use of the Internet to cover the processes of CDF/NPRS preparation and implementation.
Development of a web site for CDF/NPRS, linking to the web sites of various organizations.
Information for the community about implementation, monitoring and evaluation of NPRS and CDF.
2002-2005
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations, private sector, mass media 
5. Use of the potential and capacities of existing resource centers, including the centers for support of the civil society (CSCS) for information dissemination and, when necessary, establishment of the national and regional centers of NPRS and CDF.
Establishment of public computer centers, development of resource centers.
Information for the community about implementation, monitoring and evaluation of NPRS and CDF.
2002-2005
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations, private sector, mass media 
II. CDF/NPRS to Reflect Community Values and Aspirations 
1. Discussion of the results of the CDF/NPRS implementation at the central and local levels and the necessity to introduce amendments to the programs.
 
Round tables, seminars, conferences, kurultais, and national forums.
Introduction of justified amendments to the programs.
 
2002-2005
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations, private sector, mass media 
 
2. Exchange of experience on topical aspects for exchange and enrichment of experience.
Round tables, training courses and workshops, publication of informational bulletins, press releases, etc.
Capacity building of participants in the implementation of NPRS; dissemination of positive experience.
2002-2005
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations, universities and academic institutions, private sector, mass media
 
3. Discussion of amendments in the process of implementation of sectoral and regional programs and projects with representatives of ministries and departments at the central and local levels.
Meetings for consultations on a regular basis; establishment of joint commissions and consultation groups.
 
Introduction of amendments to sectoral and regional programs and projects.
 
Permanently
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations, private sector, mass media
 
4. Training at central and local levels in project preparation and management within the CDF /NPRS framework, and on establishment of trade unions and professional associations.
Training workshops; participation in educational programs.
Skills acquired in project preparation and management; formation of trade unions and associations.
Permanently
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations, private sector, mass media with the support of international organizations
III. Partnership responsibility of all stakeholders
1. Transfer to joint planning of CDF/NPRS activities for providing targeted assistance to vulnerable strata of the population as well as for solution of urgent problems at a local level.
 
 
Mechanisms for participation of NGOs in local budgeting.
 
Preparation and implementation of pilot projects on participation with NGOs in preparation of draft budgets at the local and regional levels.
Standardized regulatory documents formed.
Allocation of authorities and responsibilities for preparation, execution and control of budgets.
2003
 
 
 
2003 -2004
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations, private sector, mass media with the support of international organizations
 
2. Participatory planning and implementation of social and economic programs and projects within the CDF/NPRS.
Joint work in working and experts groups; use of government system for contract work; competitive allocation of grants, private donations and volunteers.
Improved application of developed measures; more effective implementation of programs and projects.
2002-2005
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations, private sector, mass media with the support of international organizations
IV. Involvement of broad layers of the population in the process of implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the CDF /NPRS
 
1. Partnership participation of the state and civil society in implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the CDF/NPRS.
 
Joint conducting by public organizations and NGOs, as well as independent conducting by NGOs of sociological polls, surveys, audits, analytical reviews, etc.
 
 
 
Society attitudes revealed to effectiveness of programs being implemented and development of measures to increase levels of partnership and effectiveness of activities.
Permanently,
2002-2005
 
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations, private sector, mass media with the support of international organizations
2. Action to ensure two-way communication between those responsible for implementing programs and representatives of civil society.
Informing executives of public organizations about the results of monitoring and evaluation of programs at regular meetings.
Constructive partnership relations among participants of the program.
Permanently
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations, private sector, mass media
V. Transparency, openness and accountability
1. Regular reports by the national Government, other state administrative bodies, and non-government organizations on the implementation of the CDF and the NPRS through mass median and Internet.
Publication of reports through mass media, press releases, brochures, TV-reels, radio programs.
Maximum transparency during program implementation.
Permanently
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations, private sector, mass media
2. Evaluation of transparency and openness of the programs.
 
NGOs polls, surveys, audits, analytical reviews, etc.
.
Maximum transparency during program implementation.
Permanently
Non-government organizations, private sector, mass media with the support of international organizations
VI. Capacity building for all stakeholders
1. Participation in joint projects during their implementation. Monitoring and evaluation of the programs.
Preparation and implementation of joint projects.
Establishment of equal partnership relations among the program participants.
Permanently
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations, private sector, mass media with the support of international organizations
2. Training in planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of CDF /NPRS projects and programs at the central and international levels.
 
Training, workshops, practical traineeship.
Acquisition and development of skills on project management, planning, evaluation and implementation.
Permanently
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations, private sector, mass media with the support of international organizations
3. Professional development of NGOs members in communication skills, exchange of experience.
 
Training, workshops, on-the-job training, in CIS and other countries.
 
Acquisition and development of skills.
Permanently
 
Non-government organizations, private sector, mass media with the support of international organizations
 
4. Exchange of experience at the local, oblast, central and international levels to summarize annual results and develop proposals to improve activities within the framework of the CDF /NPRS for next years.
Round tables, workshops.
Improvement of effectiveness of the programs.
Permanently
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations, private sector, mass media
VII. Strong feelings of ownership of CDF/NPRS programs and projects.
1. Involvement of broad layers of the population in implementation, conduct, monitoring and evaluation of CDF/NPRS projects.
 
Joint projects, questionnaires, interviews, audit, regular non-financial control, and selective analysis.
Development of patriotism, ownership feelings, overcoming feelings of dependency.
Permanently
 
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations, private sector, mass media
2. Joint planning at the local level to provide targeted assistance to vulnerable layers of the population and solving urgent problems at the local level.
 
 
Participation in development and implementation of local community development programs, planning of local budgets.
 
Amendment of legislation, simplified registration, growth in number of newly established SMEs, creation of new jobs.
2002-2005
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations, private sector, mass media with the support of international organizations
3. Development of market oriented management mechanisms.
Creation of conditions for development of entrepreneurship, small and medium businesses.
Amendments to legislation, broader access to financial and other resources.
2002-2005
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations, private sector
VIII. Community consensus and consent.
1. Conducting of meetings to optimize decision-making and attain the effectiveness of the measures taken.
 
Round tables, workshops, and annual conferences.
 
 
Improvement of effectiveness of programs and projects.
 
Permanently
 
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations, private sector, mass media with the support of international organizations
 
2. Training in conflict resolution, image building, business communication skills and skills of presentation of CDF/NPRS projects.
 
Seminars, practical training.
 
Ability to forecast, prevent and resolve conflict situations.
Permanently
 
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations, private sector, mass media with the support of international organizations
3. Establishment of an association of NGOs expressing and protecting common interests of civil society.
An association of elements of civil society with a legal status.
Registration and active work of the Association of civil society.
2002-2003
NGOs, public funds, the poor, associations, scientific and academic institutions.
IX. Orientation to achievement of results and final goals and objectives of the CDF/NPRS.
1. Organization of meetings for development of optimal and effective activities.
 
 
Round tables, workshops, and annual conferences.
Achievement of CDF/NPRS goals and objectives.
Regularly
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations, private sector, mass media
 
2. Analysis of macro-economic indicators characterizing the improvement of living standards of the countrys population, growth of targeted social protection, dynamics of micro-economic indicators, as well as changes in the poverty scale, profile and structure.
Joint, alternative surveys and interviews, used as a basis to develop corrective measures.
Achievement of goals and objectives of CDF /NPRS activities, improvement of qualitative macro-economic and social indicators.
Permanently
 
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations, private sector, mass media with the support of international organizations
3. Analysis of the economic situation of the country as compared to other developing countries, including those developing and implementing their own CDF /NPRS.
Preparation of analytical reviews using materials of local and foreign organizations.
Use of positive experience to adjust the programs.
Permanently
 
Government bodies, local state administrations, non-government organizations with the support of international organizations