Community Based Services

1.0  DEPARTMENT MANADATE: To empower communities through cultural growth, skills development and labour productivity for sustainable gender responsive development.

  1. 1.      Performance review

 

1.1  PERFORMANCE REVIEW FOR LAST FINANCIAL YEAR 2016/2017

FY 2016/17

Source

Budget

Funds received

%

Achievements

 

Local

1,600,000=

772,000

48.25

Follow-ups on repayment made in 7 LLGs

2 District Youth Councilors facilitated to do monitoring of youth projects``

 

YLP

21,000,000

10,702,534

51

Facilitated the DYC chairperson

to conduct field activities

 Loan recovery exercises conducted to enable the District access YLP funds for FY 2017/2018

Beneficiary selection done

S/C  review meetings held

Sub county field reviews done

YLP Stakeholders meeting held

Sub county Project proposals submitted District YLP review meetings held

District Project field appraisals conducted

to District and MGLSD

Facilitated maintenance of Sub county DYC bicycles

Sub county monitoring of YLP projects done

District monitoring of YLP projects done

Mobilization of youth for YLP done by the DYC chairperson

Coordination of YLP done by the District FPP

One Dell computer serviced

DYC facilitated with field allowances

Training of  YIGs’ committees

 

 

District Youth Council (DYC)

3,590,000

3,590,000=

100%

District Youth day marked at Nkozi play ground

Three DYC Executive meetings held

16 funded groups monitored and follow-ups on repayment made

1 DYC executive meetings held

10 funded youth projects monitored

Monitoring of funded 10 projects done

 

DYC Transitional Social Development Ad hoc grant

4,348,000=

4,348,000=

100%

District Council leaders attended the national Youth Day celebrations at Koboko

One digital camera procured

Youth mobilized for YLP and other government programs

 

Local

1,600,000=

1,061,000=

66.3

4 groups were monitored.

7 CDOs mentored in gender planning and budgeting.

Gender Analysis exercise in 7 LLGs conducted.

A standalone gender analysis report for FY 2017/18 compiled.

7 women projects monitored by women councilors.

 

Women Council

3,590,000=

3,590,000=

100

1 District Women council held

3 women council execute meetings held

14  women group monitored

Women’s day marked at Police ground

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.2  PERFORMANCE/PROGRESS  FOR QUARTER ONE  IN CURRENT FINANCIAL YEAR 2017/2018

FY

Source

Budget

Funds received

%

Achievements

 

Conditional Grant

48,000,000=

12,000,000=

25%

 

 

Local

 

 

 

 

 

Youth Livelihood Program- (YLP)

No

Name of Youth Group

Lower Local Government

Amount

01

Bunjako wood and metal Works Project

Buwama

8,000,000=

02

Kyagalanyi Youth Ginger Growing Project

Kammengo

8,000,000=

03

Kataba Youth Events Management Project

8,300,000=

04

Bukabi Twegatte Youth Piggery Project

9,000,000=

05

Kataba Youth Piggery Project

Kiringente

9,000,000=

06

Nakabiso Bakery Youth Project

12,000,000=

07

Nakirebe Twezimbe Youth Poultry group

9,000,000=

08

Nsujjuwe Agali awamu Youth Poultry Project

9,000,000=

09

Naaboona Youth Passion Fruit Growing

Mpigi Town Council

 

9,000,000=

10

Mpambire Youth Brick Laying Project

8,000,000=

11

Kalagala Youth Poultry Project

9,500,000=

12

Bugombe Youth Piggery Project

8,000,000=

13

Bulamu Youth Book Making

Muduuma

8,000,000=

14

Nkambo Aniyaliamanyi Catering Project

10,000,000=

15

Nswanjere Nezikokolima Catering Services Project

10,700,000=

16

Jimbi Youth Poultry Farmers Project

9,500,000=

17

Nakyesanja agali awamu youth maize growing project

8,000,000=

18

Wassozi Youth Piggery Project

Nkozi

10,600,000

19

Kasaalu Passion Fruit Project

12,500,000

20

Nabusanke Trust Youth Poultry Project

9,500,000

21

Kayabwe Youth Unity for Development Poultry Project

10,200,000

 

TOTAL

 

195,800,000

 

Uganda Women Entrepreneurship Program-(UWEP)

LLG

Parish

Village

Name of the group

Type of the project

Funds

Mpigi Town Council

Maziba

Mmembe

Tuli kimu Women’s Group

Agriculture  -Poultry

7,500,000=

Kiringente

Kikondo

Nakirebe

Nakirebe Women Group

Flower growing

12,000,000=

Nkozi

Kayabwe

Kayabwe

Redeemed Women of Faith

Bakery

9,010,500=

Total

28,510,500=

2.  ACTIVITIES TO BE IMPLEMENTED IN THE REMAINING 9 MONTHS (October 2017 – JUNE 2018)* optional

 

No

Planned activity

Planned Outputs

Timeframe

Location

Funding amount

Source of funding

1

Monitor youth engaged income generating activities

Projects for youth in 7 LLGs monitored

3rd and 4th quarter

7 LLGs

1,000,000 (allowances)

513,500 (fuel)

Government

2

Workshop for youth leaders

On workshop for youth leaders held

November

District level

1,000,000

Government

3

Coordination Meetings for youth leaders

Two coordination meetings held

November and December

District level

885,000

Government

4

Youth council meetings

2 District Youth Council meetings held

 

District level

 

Government

5

District Youth day celebrations

Youth day celebrated

October

Kiringente

1,337,000=

Government

6

Monitor youth activities by youth leaders (councilors)

District Youth day celebrations held

November

7 LLGs

1,276,000=

Government

7

Gender analysis Workshop

A standalone gender analysis report developed

Gender issues/concerns identified

2nd quarter

District level

1,400,000=

 

Government

8

Gender analysis of the departmental plans and budgets

12  sector departments  LLGs and one HLG plans and budget analyzed using the gender lens

2nd quarter

District level

400,000=

 

Government

9

Mentor sector Departments in mainstreaming  gender in planning and budgeting

19 sector departments mentored

2nd  quarter, 3rd quarter

District level

1,000,000=

Government

10

Dissemination of gender tools

2 gender materials disseminated

3rd quarter

District level

300

Government

11

Support supervision of women groups engaged income generating activities

7 women groups engaged in income generating projects mentored in managing their projects

4th quarter

7 LLGs

700

 

Government

12

Women Council meetings

3 meetings held

2nd, 3rd and 4th quarters

District level

 

 

13

Women’s Day

Women’s day – District celebration  done

3rd quarter

District Level

897

Government

14

Women council monitoring of 9 funded women projects

14 women projects monitored

4th quarter

7LLGs

897

Government

15

Hold quarterly DAC meetings

4 quarterly DAC meetings conducted

Oct-June

District Hdqts

1,200,000=

Mjap

16

Conduct quarterly support supervision rounds to LLG level SNMCs.

21 quarterly support supervision rounds to LLG level SNMCs conducted

Oct-June

District Hdqts

2,400,000=

Mjap

17

Conduct quarterly DOVCCC  meetings at HLG

3 quarterly DOVCCC meetings conducted

Oct-June

District Hdqts

1,000,000=

Mjap

18

Resettle children

Children resettled

Oct-June

District Hdqts

280,000=

MDLG

19

Support supervision of FAL instructors & classes by CDWs

40 FAL instructors classes across 07 LLGs support supervised

Oct-June

District Hdqts

2,947,000=

MDLG

20

Administer FAL proficiency  examination

Fluency tested; number literate learners established

May 2018

FAL classes

1,300,000=

MDLG

21

Support supervision of ICOLEW pilot groups

Approximately 300 learners made  functionally literate

Oct-June

Buwama Sub county (Sango andJjalamba Parish ) & Kammengo Sub county

( Kanyike Parish)

MGLSD

22

Orientation of the  leadership of  Older Persons at HLG and selected few from LLGs

District Council for Older persons fulfilling its mandate

Oct

District Hqtrs

1,200,000=

MDLG

23

Fund viable proposals from suitable groups of PWDs

PWDs engaged in income generating activities; earn incomes and improve on their quality of life

Oct-June

District Hdqts

18,732,000=

MDLG

24

Fund viable proposals from suitable groups of youth groups under YLP.

Youth  engaged in income generating activities; earn incomes and improve on their quality of life

Oct-June

District Hdqts

300,000,000=

MDLG

25

Fund viable proposals from suitable groups of women groups under UWEP.

Women   engaged in income generating activities; earn incomes and improve on their quality of life

Oct-June

District Hdqts

121,000,000=

MDLG

 

3.   CONSTRAINTS, CHALLENGES AND RECOMMENDATIONS

 

Constraints/Emerging Issues

Recommendations

Expected Outcomes/Results

Responsible Office

1

Inadequate of funds- especially from the  locally raised revenue- to implement the planned activities particularly  under Gender, Probation and Labour

Prioritize allocation to this sector  to facilitate its mandate

if the activities are implemented, it will lead to gender insensitive plans/budgets (equitable distribution of resources)

Administration and Finance

 

PLANNED ACTIVITIES FOR THE FY 2018/19 in line with the approved DDPII

DCDO’s office

Objectives

Activities

Outputs

Outcomes

Quarterly Budget Estimates – U shs(‘000’)

Indicative Budget

Implementing Agencies

Quarter I

Quarter II

Quarter III

Quarter IV

Total Budget

Govt

Donor

Lead

Collaborating

To strengthen the capacity of LLG  level Sub county NGO Monitoring Committees  (SNMCs) to take lead in coordinated service delivery

 

Conduct quarterly support supervision rounds to LLG level SNMCs.

 

-

 

21 quarterly support supervision rounds to LLG level SNMCs conducted

LLGs taken lead of coordinated service delivery

1,000

1,000

1,000

1,000

4,000

 

4,000

MDLG

Mjap

Familiarization tours of NGOs /CBOs seeking registration

Familiarization tours conducted

Harmonized planning and implementation between district and CSOs

250

250

250

250

1,000

 

 

MDLG

 

To strengthen coordination of the district response to HIV /AIDS

Hold quarterly DAC meetings

4 quarterly DAC meetings conducted

Harmonized implementation reporting and reduced prevalence

400

400

400

400

1,200

 

 

MDLG

Mjap

 

Sector: Probation

Objectives

Activities

Outputs

Outcomes

Quarterly Budget Estimates – U shs(‘000’)

Indicative Budget

Implementing Agencies

Quarter I

Quarter II

Quarter III

Quarter IV

Total Budget

Govt

Donor

Lead

Collaborating

To provide supervision to child care institutions

Compliance inspection visits

10 child care institutions visited

Child well being realized

-

200

-

-

200

 

 

MDLG

 

To promote children’s justice

Transport juveniles to remands and rehabilitation centers

Children transported to remand homes

Juvenile justice promoted

100

100

100

100

400

 

 

 

 

To provide a safe place for children to be promoted

Resettle children

Children resettled

Child protection promoted

100

100

100

100

400

 

 

MDLG

 

To promote increased and harmonized coordination of OVC services at both the HLG and LLG levels

Conduct quarterly DOVCCC  meetings at HLG

4 quarterly DOVCCC meetings conducted

Improvement in the coordination of OVC service delivery; and increased  number of OVC graduating from vulnerability to well being

250

250

250

250

1,000

 

1,000

MDLG

Mjap

 

 

Objectives

Activities

Outputs

Outcomes

Quarterly Budget Estimates – U shs(‘000’)

Indicative Budget

Implementing Agencies

Quarter I

Quarter II

Quarter III

Quarter IV

Total Budget

Govt

Donor

Lead

Collaborating

To improve the resilience and productive capacity of the vulnerable persons for inclusive growth

Support supervision of FAL instructors & classes by CDWs

40 FAL instructors classes across 07 LLGs support supervised

FAL learners made functionally literate; reduced illiteracy  bred vulnerability

736

736

736

736

2,947

 

 

MDLG

 

Quarterly Program review meetings; quarterly refresher trainings; study tours;

Administer FAL exams

4 Quarterly Program review meetings held;

04 quarterly refresher trainings conducted;

02 study tours

Skilled the instructors to cope with the emerging trends

1,607

1,607

1,607

1,607

6,430

 

 

MDLG

 

To improve the resilience and productive capacity of the vulnerable persons for inclusive growth

Print FAL exams

500 examination scripts printed

Fluency tested; number literate learners established

-

-

-

300

 

 

 

MDLG

 

Expanded the Integrated Community Learning for Wealth creation (ICOLEW) pilot to one more Sub county  program

Twenty five Community Empowerment Groups  of  750  trained

The program goal of poverty reduction at household level attained

37,500

37,500

37,500

37,500

150,000

 

 

MDLG

MGLSD

DEPARTMENT: Youth

Objectives

Activities

Outputs

Outcomes

Quarterly Budget Estimates – U shs(‘000’)

Indicative Budget

Implementing Agencies

Quarter I

Quarter II

Quarter III

Quarter IV

Total Budget

Govt

Donor

Lead

Collaborating

To impart knowledge and skills in group dynamics and management

Capacity build the youth engaged in income generating activities in group dynamics and management

14 groups trained in group dynamics and management

Reduced number of youth dropouts from organized groups

 

x

 

x

2,192

X

 

Youth office

YC

To assess implementation of youth activities

Coordination meetings with stakeholders in particular youth leaders

4 quarterly coordination meetings held

Youth activities in particular Youth Councils implement activities as planned

x

x

x

x

885

X

 

Youth office

YC

To assess implementation of youth projects

To lay strategies for effective implementation

Monitoring of youth projects

4 quarterly monitoring done

Youth groups’ project generate income as planned and in a harmonized environment

x

x

x

x

1,500

x

 

Youth office

YC

To coordinated youth activities

Youth Day preparations

Youth day marked

The youth assess their performance and lay strategies for next year’s implementation

x

 

 

 

551

X

 

Youth office

YC

 

Sector:  Youth council

Objectives

Activities

Outputs

Outcomes

Quarterly Budget Estimates

U Shs (000)

Indicative Budget

Implementing Agencies

Quarter I

Quarter II

Quarter III

Quarter IV

Gov’t

Donor

Lead

Collaborating

To coordinate youth council activities in the 7 LLGs

Hold meetings for District Youth Council Executive

2 District Youth Council Executive meetings held

Improved coordination of youth activities

897

-

-

-

897

-

Youth council office

Youth office

To coordinate youth council activities

Hold District Youth Council meetings

One District Youth Council meeting held

Improved coordination of youth activities

 

 

 

898

898

-

Youth council office

Youth office

 

Monitoring Youth Projects

 

Projects for youth in 7 LLGs monitored

Advocacy issues captured and discussed

 

-

898

 

898

-

Youth office council

Youth office -

To evaluate youth activities for proper programming

District Youth day celebrations

District Youth day celebrations held

Youth more mobilized for development

-

897

-

-

897

-

Youth council office

Youth office -

To empower vulnerable youth across the district under YLP program

Quarterly selection of suitable youth  groups and identification of their respective viable projects

Suitable youth groups and proposal get YLP funds

Increased number of youth employed and earning from enterprises

75,000

75,000

75,000

75,000

300,000

 

MDLG

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT:  Gender

Objectives

Activities

Outputs

Outcomes

Quarterly Budget Estimates – Ushs(‘000’)

Indicative Budget

Implementing Agencies

Quarter I

Quarter II

Quarter III

Quarter IV

Total Budget

Govt

Donor

Lead

Collaborating

To identify                   gender concerns/issues for integration into plans and budgets

Gender analysis Work shop

 

 

A standalone gender analysis report developed

Gender issues/concerns identified

Gender analysis report used for planning and budgeting

Guidance and support to sector departments to mainstream gender into their activities provided

1,400

 

 

 

 

1,400

 

x

 

Gender office

Planning unit-

To  disseminate 2 gender tools  for 12 sector departments

Analysis of the gender issues in planning and budgeting using the gender lens

12  sector departments  LLGs and one HLG plans and budget analyzed using the gender lens

Gender sensitive plans and budgets developed at LLGs and HLG

400

 

 

 

400

 

x

 

Gender office

 

To equip 19 planners with knowledge and skills in gender planning and budgeting

Mentor sector Departments in mainstreaming  gender in planning and budgeting

19 sector departments mentored; 21 planners equipped with skills

 

Gender responsive plans and budgets developed at LLGs and HLG

 

 

1,000

 

 

1,000

Local fund

x

 

Gender office

 

Dissemination of gender tools

2 gender materials disseminated

Plans and budgets analyzed using gender tools

 

 

300

 

300

(Local fund)

x

 

Gender office

Planning unit

To  strengthen women’s roles in implementing income generating project activities

Support supervision

7 women groups engaged in income generating projects mentored in managing their projects

Effective management of women projects

Increased incomes for women

 

 

 

700

 

700

(Local fund)

x

 

Gender office

 

To evaluate women project activities in LLGs

Monitor by women (Councillors)

 

 

500

500

 

 

1,000

government

 

District Women Council

Gender

Sector: Disabilities

Objectives

Activities

Outputs

Outcomes

Quarterly Budget Estimates

U Shs (000)

Indicative Budget

Implementing Agencies

Quarter I

Quarter II

Quarter III

Quarter IV

Gov’t

Donor

Lead

Collaborating

To improve the resilience and productive capacity of the vulnerable persons for inclusive growth

Hold  bi-annual meetings for District Council  for Disabilities(DCD

Two meetings

Enhanced inclusiveness of PWDs issues in the development programs at all levels. Equity for PWDs attained

448

 

448

 

896

-

DCD

-

Conduct bi-annual monitoring of PWDs programs (both inclusive and specific)

Two meetings

 

448

 

448

896

-

 

 

 

PWDs Special Grant

Objectives

Activities

Outputs

Outcomes

Quarterly Budget Estimates

U Shs (000)

Indicative Budget

Implementing Agencies

Quarter I

Quarter II

Quarter III

Quarter IV

Total

Gov’t

Donor

Lead

Collaborating

To improve the resilience and productive capacity of the vulnerable persons for inclusive growth

Quarterly assessment of PWDs groups; proposals  and holding  quarterly approval meetings  by the Vetting Committee

Suitable PWDs groups identified; viable projects  approved for funding

PWDs engaged in income generating activities; earn incomes and improve on their quality of life

702

702

702

702

2,808

 

 

MDLG

 

To improve the resilience and productive capacity of the vulnerable persons for inclusive growth

Fund viable proposals from suitable groups of PWDs

Viable proposal funded

PWDs engaged in income generating activities; earn incomes and improve on their quality of life

3,981

3,981

3,981

3,981

15,924

 

 

MDLG

 

 

 

Objectives

Activities

Outputs

Outcomes

Quarterly Budget Estimates

U Shs (000)

Indicative Budget

Implementing Agencies

Quarter I

Quarter II

Quarter III

Quarter IV

Total

Gov’t

Donor

Lead

Collaborating

To improve the resilience and productive capacity of the vulnerable persons for inclusive growth

Commemorate World Disabilities Day 3rd December

Disabilities day commemorated

Increased awareness of the inclusion of PWDs in development programs

-

300

-

-

300

 

 

MDLG

 

Commemorate  Albino Day

Albino day commemorated

Increased awareness of the inclusion of  issues of Albinos  in development programs

-

-

-

300

300

-

-

MDLG

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sub sector:  Older Persons

Objectives

Activities

Outputs

Outcomes

Quarterly Budget Estimates

U Shs (000)

Indicative Budget

Implementing Agencies

Quarter I

Quarter II

Quarter III

Quarter IV

Total

Gov’t

Donor

Lead

Collaborating

To improve the resilience and productive capacity of the vulnerable persons for inclusive growth

Hold   quarterly meetings for District Council  for Older Persons

(DCOP)

Four meetings held

Enhanced inclusiveness of issues for Older Persons in the development programs at all levels. Equity for Older Persons  attained

200

200

200

200

800

 

 

MDLG

DCOP

Conduct  quarterly monitoring visits  of KEY departments and  LLGs  to ascertain the levels of inclusion of issues for Older Persons programs

Develop evidence issue papers on the inclusiveness of Older Persons in development interventions

Advocacy sessions on issues of older Persons conducted; inclusiveness in the issues of Older Persons attained.

300

300

300

300

1,200

 

 

MDLG

DCOP

 

 

Labour

Objectives

Activities

Outputs

Outcomes

Quarterly Budget Estimates

U Shs (000)

Indicative Budget

Implementing Agencies

Quarter I

Quarter II

Quarter III

Quarter IV

Gov’t

Donor

Lead

Collaborating

To improve the resilience and productive capacity of the vulnerable persons for inclusive growth

Quarterly inspections visits  of workplaces across the district

Workplace inspections visits  done

Enhanced occupational safety and health for workers

200

200

200

200

800

 

MDLG

-

 

 

Sector: District Women Council

Objectives

Activities

Outputs

Outcomes

Quarterly Budget Estimates

U Shs (000)

Indicative Budget

Implementing Agencies

Quarter I

Quarter II

Quarter III

Quarter IV

Total

Gov’t

Donor

Lead

Collaborating

To coordinate District Women Council activities in 7 LLGs

District Women Council Executive

2 District Women Council executive meeting held

2 District Women Council executive meeting held

897

 

-

 

897

x

 

District Women Council

Gender office

To coordinate District Women Council activities in 7 LLGs

District Women Council meeting

1 District Women Council   meeting held

2 District Women Council executive meeting held

 

897

 

 

897

x

 

DWC

 

To assess women projects’ implementation

Monitoring of projects for Women.

07 Projects for women  in 7 LLGs monitored

Effective management of women’s projects.

 

897

 

 

897

x

 

DWC

Gender office

To evaluate women activities for women programming

District Women’s  day celebrations

District women  day celebrations held

Better programming for women

-

-

897

 

898

Govt

 

District Women Council

Gender  office

To empower vulnerable women across the district under UWEP program

Quarterly Selection of suitable women groups and identification of their respective viable projects

Suitable women groups and proposal get UWEP funds

Increased number of women earning from enterprises

32,500

32,500

32,500

32,500

130,000

 

 

MDLG