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Component 6

Component 6 - Programme Management

Objectives

Component 6 is the Programme Management Component entrusted with the responsibility to ensure good coordination among all five components, programme beneficiaries, line agencies, local and central government. Component 6 is also responsible for financial and assets managing, monitoring of the programme, preparing work plans and reporting the progress to MONRE and the donor. Furthermore, Component 6 is responsible for facilitating all components in terms of organizing training programmes, workshops, procurement of equipment and recruiting national consultants and programme support staffs.

Approach

Training on Financial and Vehicle Management Regulation (FVMR) for MONRE and DONREs staff has been carried out during the past work plan period. However, due to restructuring of MONRE and in order to ensure effective implementation of the Demonstration Projects, the training on FVMR, Operational Manual (OM) and procurements will be continued for MONRE and PNREDs staffs so that all involved have common understanding on FVMR, OM and procurement procedures.

The CC meetings including pre-CC meetings are tentatively scheduled to be held in March and October 2012 for discussing progress and reviewing and approving budgets and work plans. The joint progress and coordination planning with DONREs and international organizations/line ministries workshop will be held during January – February 2012 pending the restructuring of the DONREs. These two workshops have been postponed from the period of second six months 2011. In addition, in order to monitor programme implementation, a permanent MONRE monitoring committee will be established and convene every 2 months to review the progress of the programme.

Based on lessons learnt during first year of programme implementation the time consuming preparation of monthly progress report will be changed to preparation of quarterly progress reports; however, financial reports will be prepared and submitted to MFA on a monthly basis. The support to DoE staffs (12 persons) will be also continued.

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