Final Report - United Nations Development Programme

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I.

B
ASIC
I
NFORMATION

Component

Health and HIV & AIDS

Lead Agenc
y

(UN)

UNDP

Implementing Partner

NACA

Programme Period

2010


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Budget
(US$)

USD$1,700,000.00

Source of funds

(US$)

UNDP








Development Partners

UNDP

Reporting
Period

01 July


30 September
2012

(Report covers 01 July


31August 2012)

II.

P
ROGRESS
A
GAINST
P
LANNED


OUTPUTS


BROAD ACTIVITY (
Indicators
including annual targets
/baselines
)

SPECIFIC INTERVENTIONS (
Planned
Activities
)

List all activities including M&
E to be
undertaken during the quarter

PERIODIC OUTPUTS (
Progress
Against Planned Activities
)

BUDGET/EXPENDITURE

EXPENDITURE TO DATE

BUDGET BALANCE

2


IWP
Output

13
:

Mainstreaming
of HIV and AIDS in sector
policies and mandates
supported


Project ID.
00075741:

Strengthened structures,
systems, staff, policies & plans
for coordinated health,
nutrition and HIV & AIDS
services delivery


Key Result:

Enhanced enabling
policy and legislative
environment for HIV & AIDS
programmes


1.

Donor Funding




T
echnical
assistance

offered
by HAPA and DACA as per
TOR

Guidance to the following
major processes:



planning and review
meetings with
implementing partners



request and disbursements
of funds to implementing
partners



assist implementing
partners to implement

AWP act
ivities



dissemination of strategic
documents to district
partners



Support to implementation
of sustainable financing
options report



support to
NACA,
Joint
Oversight Committee,
Partnership Forum, GOB
Forum, GOB
-
Development
partners forum, Private
sector for
um and civil
society forums

764 549.25

162 013.25

3


TRIPS Flexibilities Sustainable
financing
-

Broad efforts



Review of TRIPPS situation
in Botswana



Development of CCM
guidelines on oversight on
resource mobilization,
implementation and
evaluation




A consultant for the
development of
TRIPPS
has
been identified



Attorney General
Chambers are drafting the
Contract for the consultant
for TRIPPS assessment



CCM guidelines have been
finalized

and printed


45 977.55


404 022.45

Resource mobilization



Training on resource
mobilization



Development of strategy





Draft Resource
mobilization strategy was
developed by USAID
consultant



UNDP financial support will
be used for finalization of
strategy and
development
of
implementation plan in
September and
October
2012

To be determined at
the end of
September

As above and to be
determined at the end
of September

2.

Database



Flight TOR advert in the
media



Establish database technical
Working group



Review tender submissions



Initiate Phase one
development




TOR
were advertised



Evaluation of the bids will
be done after the 28
th

September 2012 (closing
date for bids)


0

550 000.00

4


3.

HIV and AIDS
Policies



Dissemination of National
Operational Plan



Four regional (covering all
the 30 districts) NOP
dissemination
workshops
have been planned to take
place in early August



A Technical Planning Groups
all day meeting is planned
for July
-
August prior to the
dissemination.





Dissemination plan was
developed.



Met MLG and NASTAD to
look at mechanisms for
synchronising dis
trict
-
national level planning
processes



TPGs met on 15
-
16 August
2012 and deliberated on
the dissemination plan



NOP documents were
disseminated to all the
30
districts

411 988.40

243 500

Development of the Ethics,
Legal & Human Rights Sector
Strategy



development of Inception
Report



development of draft
strategy, operational plan
and M&E plan



finalization of costed
strategy, operational plan
and M&E plan



Draft inception report
was approved



Consultants are collecting
data



This assignment will be
completed by 30 October
2012


269 748.00

352 287.20

5


Mainstreaming of HIV and
gender into Environmental
Impact Assessment (EIA)
processes



Implementation of phase
two of EIA process has
commenced




TWG met on 17
th

August
and deliberated on the
regional guidelines.




The TWG agreed to
customize the guidelines

to the Botswana context
.



NACA has disbursed
resources for
customization of the
regional guidelines



0

0

Public Service Assessment
report and HIV/AIDS
guidelines
produced



Dissemination of assessment
report and wellness
guidelines in the public
service



dissemination plan has
been drafted



Public Service could not
implement activities
during April


June quarter
because of change of
management.



The activiti
es have not yet
been implemented










122 638.85










606 033.10

Report on impact of HIV/AIDS
on Agricultural Sector
disseminated and Behaviour
change guidelines for the
mobile workforce developed



dissemination of assessment
results to key
stakeholders



Development of behaviour
change guidelines for the
mobile workforce



consultant was engaged to
develop guidelines

for
mobile workforce



Concept note was drafted
and approved by
Reference Group



Consultants

collect
ed

data



First draft presented to

TWG on 26
th

September
2012

6


Family situation assessment
report and family policy drafted



consultation of district
stakeholders on the family
policy framework



DSS has consulted with 5
districts





Women Sector Strategy
,
Gender
Based Violence
Assessment
tools

and
Gender Based
Violence Intervention



recruit consultant for
development of assessment
tools



develop assessment tools
and implementation plan




TOR for the development
of assessment tools have
been advertised



Consultant could not be
identi
fied.



TOR to be re
-
advertised


4.

Partnership
Engagement

Development of partnership
model



Concept note has been
developed

by NACA

0

280 000.00

IWP
Output

14
:

Partnership
mechanisms for national HIV
and AIDS restructured


Project

ID.

00075742:

Government institutions
Civil society strengthening
-

Public Private Partnership



Consultations on issues
required for PPP model



Development of PPP model




TOR for the development
of PPP modelled ha
s

been
developed



Consultations in the
Francistown District


27 287.00

74 772.50

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including formal and non
-
formal education institutions,
civil society, media, private
sector and community based
organizations have the capacity
to undertake public awareness,
health promotion,
management, monitoring and
evaluation

of communicable
and non
-
communicable
diseases


Key Result:
Public and private
institutions and

Civil society
capacity for service delivery of
HIV/AIDS strengthened


Civil society strengthening


Community Mobilization
Strategy



Identify key
districts for
implementation of
Community Mobilization
Strategy



Hold orientation workshops
on implementation of
community mobilization
strategy




Facilitators for the
orientation of the
community mobilization
strategy have been
identified from NACA,
Ministry of Health and
Ministry of Local
Government



Strategy was disseminated
to all 30 districts

To be determined
end of September

To be determined end
of September

1.

Health Sector
Stigma Strategy





2.

Stigma and
Discrimination

Development of research
protocol




Research team has been
mobilized



R
esearch protocol has
been developed



R
esearch tools

were
translated


0

Not yet requested
from UNDP

8


3.

Ensuring
Availability of
Strategic
Information

Research Agenda prioritization
and plan for implementation




Call
for proposals



Review of research proposal
submitted



Award of grants
(performance based grant
awards) to district
researchers



Implementation of research
protocols



Priorities for research
identified



TOR for call
for proposals
were advertised



Country
Programme Output:








TOTAL



III.

Constraints
(indicate also strength, weakness, opportunities and challenges)

Constraints and/or Challenges



Difficulties in recruitment of local suitable consultants



Lack of joint planning, inadequate knowledge of UNDP
implementation modalities by implementing partners and late disbursement of funding

Opportunities



Use of UNDP website



Use of UNAIDS technical support facility

IV.

Recommendation and lessons learned

Lessons Learned



Joint planning is critical in
implementation of programmes

Recommendations



There is need for Joint planning and review meetings with all implementing partners



There is need to train implementing partners on UNDP procedures and RBM



A team for monitoring implementation has to be put in
place


Note
:

1.

Activity to commence in 2013

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2.

Budget was revised $1,700,000.00