Strengthening Civil Society Participation in Policy Dialogue for Development
What is the project about?
This project builds on the experience and lessons learned from the implementation of the UNDP-supported Development Planning, Coordination and Monitoring project implemented by the Ministry of Planning and Development and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, which objective was to strengthen the capacity of the Government to coordinate aid, coordinate planning processes and monitor development.
The current project aims at improving the various policy dialogues forums, including fortifying the national platforms while strengthening the functioning of these forums.
What have we achieved so far?
More active participation of civil society platforms in the nine sessions of Provincial Development Observatory (PDO) and two National sessions held.
As a result of this work, four Thematic Coordinators were contracted to facilitate the drafting process of Mozambique African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) Progress report.
The APRM Mozambique progress report was launched in 2012 and it is expected to be completed in 2013;
One retreat was facilitated by the Ministry of Planning and Development with participation of stakeholders to analyze the recommendation of Evaluation of PDO carried out in 2011 and propose revision of the PDO Guidelines.
Who finances it?
|ONE UN Fund||$ 82,800|
Delivery in previous fiscal year