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Key Focus Areas
Frontline Service Delivery Monitoring
Tools and Guidelines
Capacity Development Coordination
Management Performance Assessment Tool
Medium Term Strategic Framework
Socio Economic Impact Assessment System
Local Government Performance Assessment
20 Year Review
25 Year Review
Promotion of Access to Information
Mid-term Review of Government Priorities
Guides Manuals and Templates
Outcomes Delivery Agreements
Reports and Other Information Products
Strategic Plan and Annual report
National Development Plan
National Income Dynamic Study (NIDS)
Fraud & Corruption Awareness
Office of the Minister
Office of the Deputy Minister
Office of the Director General
Compliments and Complaints
Anti-corruption and Fraud
National Planning Commission Office
The 2nd PM&E Forum
Capacity Development Coordination
The 1st Africa Monitoring and Evaluation Indaba
TWENDE MBELE: South Africa
Twende Mbele: South Africa
Twende Mbele is a peer-learning programme on Monitoring and Evaluation in Africa. Benin, South Africa and Uganda are the three founding country partners, joined by Clear AA and IDEV at the African Development Bank. In 2017, Ghana, Kenya and Niger came on-board as collaborators to the programme. Through increasing the demand for monitoring and evaluation, sharing, learning and collaboration Twende Mbele aims to facilitate the strengthening of government performance and accountability to citizens through the use of M&E. In South Africa, Twende Mbele has given focus to the following programmes:
-Baseline study on M&E culture.
The purpose of the study is to assess the state of the monitoring and evaluation culture in six government departments by delineating how various M&E systems, attitudes and practices interact with each other to improve performance and accountability with specific focus on policy, approach, concepts, framework and organisational arrangements in the public sector.
- Study to improve Gender responsiveness in National M&E Systems.
Governments are becoming increasingly aware of the need to better integrate the social and cultural realities of their national context into their interventions. In order for this to happen, the monitoring and evaluation systems need to be more reflective and take into account: (i) the dynamics emerging from gender differences; (Ii) how public policies implemented affect them and how they respond to them. In most cases, achieving gender equity is a national priority, and this project seeks to enhance the work of monitoring and evaluation to reach gender equity goals.
- Study to improve collaboration between Government and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs).
Twende Mbele aims to bridge the divide between CSOs and Government to embrace a collaborative approach on improving service delivery, and the use of evidence. This project seeks to strengthen the targeted involvement of civil society organisations in the implementation, sustainability and impact of government M&E systems, contributing to improved government performance and accountability.
- Diagnostic study on the demand and supply of evaluators.
The purpose of this diagnostic study is to provide a demand and supply profile of evaluators in South Africa. On the supply side, the aim is to quantify the size and shape of the current country supply of evaluation consultants, including their skills levels, abilities and specialisations, and pricing. On the demand side, the aim is to quantify the current and projected demand for evaluation services, including factors such as requirements for eligibility to tender, opportunities for transformation and the sustainability of the market.
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