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Title: HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT


1
HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT
  • NPA, WHO, MTW,UNDP, WFP,MOES, UNICEF, UNAIDS,
    ILO, IOM

2
Strategic Intent
  • By 2025, Ugandas socio-economic transformation
    is driven by high quality human capital reflected
    in a cohesive society that is in demographic
    transition which is peaceful, secure, respectful
    of human rights and gender equality, as well as
    protective of the environment and natural
    resources driven by people who are healthy,
    well informed, free from prejudice and
    discrimination, participating equally in decision
    making, and entrepreneurial and a highly
    skilled, innovative, competitive, productive
    workforce that has integrity

3
Outcome themes - II
  • Learning and skills development
  • Health
  • Social protection
  • HIV and AIDS Response

4
Outcome themes - II
Outcome themes Dimension of change Qualifiers
Learning and skills development 1. Formal and non formal Education system Inclusive (gender equity, responsive to special needs and children/young women and men out of school ) and Equitable Promoting retention and transition at all levels Effective and Efficient Community (active participation and supportive) Well resourced Accessible Learner friendly and Protective Skilled and Competent teachers Relevance and appropriateness Promotes mentorship, internship, and Volunteerism
Learning and skills development 2. Quality of graduates Responsive to job market demands and emerging national development needs Competitive With a positive attitude /life skills Innovation Knowledgeable and skilled
5
Health (H) Outcome themes (a)
Outcome themes Dimension of change Qualifiers
Health Health System Effective, Efficient, well resourced, equitable, accessible Human resource (capacity, skills, motivation) Infrastructure (incl. equip) Adequate Financing Logistics/supplies/drugs HMIS (functional and used for decision making) Incentives and motivation Strengthened Governance and leadership
Health Nutrition Status Sustainable, targeting vulnerable
Health Population growth In sustained reduction, informed fertility management, universal access to SRH information and services, free of coercion , community focused and using a multi-sectoral approach
Health Morbidity and Mortality Sustained reduction particularly for driven by quality and effective promotive, preventive, curative, rehabilitative services/care for major endemic diseases Sustained reduction particularly for MNCH (PHC, SRH EMOC), Key Communicable and Non Communicable diseases, HIV/AIDS
6
Health (H) Outcome themes (a)
Outcome themes Dimension of change Qualifiers
Social protection National System Systems, policies and strategies that are Govt -led, well resourced, sustainable, and well regulated coordinated community responsive
Social protection Gender equality Particularly Empowerment, GBV, child marriages, access to opportunities, Community?
Social protection Community Knowledgeable, cohesive, resilient.
HIV and AIDS Response Effective, well coordinated, multi-sectoral, govt led, accountable, sustainably financed, and responsive to MARPs, gender and adolescent needs
HIV and AIDS Society Stigma-free and supportive environment for PLHIV
7
Outcome 1 Learning and skills development
  • An effective and efficient well resourced formal
    and non formal quality education system that is
    accessible, inclusive, relevant, appropriate,
    equitable, and produces knowledgeable, highly
    skilled, competitive and innovative graduates
    relevant to the job market demand and emerging
    national, regional and international development
    needs.

8
Output 1.1 Policy reviewed, developed, endorsed
and implemented
  •  
  • By 2018, MoES and LGs have adequate technical and
    financial capacity to develop, review and
    operationalize inclusive, evidence-based ECDE,
    pre-primary, primary and post primary education
    policies and strategies that are technologically
    driven and impart relevant knowledge and skills
    to respond to the job market demand, nurture
    constructive and innovative values and promote
    equality and human rights.

9
Output 1.2 Management, Coordination and
Partnership
  • By 2018, MoES and LGs have adequate technical
    capacities in leading the sector-wide
    coordination, partnerships and funding
    mechanisms and ensuring transparent,
    participatory and accountable management of
    education resources and results at all levels
    based on an innovative and credible information
    system

10
Output 1.3. Equitable access to quality education
  • By 2020, the MOES and partners have adequate
    institutional and technical capacity for
    providing quality, inclusive and accessible
    education, that enhances innovation, retention,
    transition at all levels, adolescent sexual
    health, life skills and employability especially
    in under served areas and responsive to gender
    and special needs.

11
Output 1.4. Market -Oriented skills Development
  •  By 2020, the technical and financial capacity of
    Public and selected private institutions
    strengthened to deliver high quality
    market-driven technical and entrepreneurship
    skills targeting particularly youth, women and
    adolescents, including out-of-school, especially
    high poverty regions.

12
Outcome 2 Health
  • A health system that is effective and efficient,
    accessible, equitable, contributing to improved
    nutrition status amongst vulnerable groups
    especially children and pregnant women as well as
    sustained reduction in population growth,
    morbidity and mortality

13
Output 2.1. Health System Capacity
  • By 2018 MoH, Local governments and partners have
    improved capacity to plan and operationalize
    models of innovative, effective, efficient,
    equitably accessible, quality and sustainable
    health systems particularly a sustainable health
    financing system evidence-based
    decision-making skilled and motivated health
    workforce functional procurement and supply
    management and community health systems.

14
Output 2.2 Major Communicable and Non
communicable diseases (NCD)
  • By 2020, equitable and increased coverage of
    effective preventive and care services
    particularly, for major communicable diseases
    (malaria, HIV/AIDS, TB) particularly
    most-at-risk-populations and comprehensive NCD
    control and management of major risk factors
    (tobacco, alcohol and substance abuse physical
    inactivity and diet) and mental health.

15
Output 2.3 Sexual, Reproductive, Maternal,
Neonatal, Child, Adolescent Health (SRMNCAH)
  • By 2020 MOH and its partners at all levels are
    technically and operationally strengthened and
    deliver expanded coverage of comprehensive,
    quality, equitable, affordable, integrated
    SRMNCAH, including universal access to voluntary
    Family Planning and GBV services, including in
    emergencies and under served areas.

16
Output 2.4 Nutrition
  • By 2018, the capacity of OPM, MoH, MAAIF, MoES,
    and other partners strengthened and leading a
    coordinated multi-sectoral, integrated
    community-based nutrition programmes and services
    including food security, infant and young child
    feeding practices, targeting children, pregnant
    and lactating women, adolescents, mobile
    populations, in areas with high prevalence of
    malnutrition.

17
Output 2.5. WASH
  • By 2020, MoH, MEWNR, MOES, Local governments and
    partners have adequate technical and financial
    capacity to design, implement, monitor and
    evaluate cost-effective and sustainable models
    of community-based safe WASH Environmental
    preservation systems and hygiene, sanitation
    behavior change at household, health facility and
    school settings leading to increased coverage
    and use of clean water and sanitation and hygiene
    practices at the rural community level

18
Outcome 3 Social Protection
  • A Government-led comprehensive social protection
    system that is well coordinated, resourced,
    targeted, sustainable, and contributing to
    reduced gender inequalities and discrimination,
    as well as promoting empowerment and resilience
    of the vulnerable

19
Output 3.1 Social Protection policy and
coordination mechanism
  • By 2017, the technical and financial capacity of
    the MGLSD is strengthened to develop a
    comprehensive social protection policy and
    coordination mechanism, endorsed and
    operationalized by the Government and partners.

20
Output 3.2. Social Protection programmes
  • By 2020, the institutional capacity of the MGLSD
    and partners is strengthened to promote, expand
    and scale up inclusive social protection
    programmes explicitly targeting the most
    vulnerable including women, children, People With
    Disabilities, adolescents, mobile populations,
    and the poor.

21
Output 3.3 GBV services
  • By 2020, the capacity of key institutions (JLOS,
    MGLSD, OPM, MoES) and partners to provide
    multi-sectoral, quality survivor-focused
    preventive and response GBV services (incl. child
    marriages, FGM, victims of trafficking) including
    in contexts of post conflict and humanitarian
    settings is strengthened

22
Outcome 4 HIV and AIDS response
  • A multi-sectoral HIV/AIDS response that is well
    coordinated, effective, efficient and sustainably
    financed to reduce socio-economic impact

23
Output 4.1. HIV/AIDS multi-sectoral response
  • By 2020, Uganda delivers a well coordinated,
    effective, efficient, integrated, decentralized
    and sustainably financed multi- sectoral HIV
    response fostering partnerships and a supportive
    environment for PLHIV free from HIV related
    stigma and discrimination

24
Human capital
  • By 2020, an effective and efficient well
    resourced formal and non formal quality education
    system that is accessible, inclusive, relevant,
    appropriate, equitable, and produces
    knowledgeable, highly skilled, competitive and
    innovative graduates relevant to the job market
    demand and emerging national development needs.
  • By 2020, a health system that is effective and
    efficient, accessible, equitable, contributing to
    improved nutrition status amongst vulnerable
    groups especially children and pregnant women as
    well as sustained reduction in population growth,
    morbidity and mortality
  • By 2020, a Government-led comprehensive social
    protection system that is well coordinated,
    resourced, targeted, sustainable, and
    contributing to reduced gender inequalities and
    discrimination, as well as promoting empowerment
    and resilience of the vulnerable
  • By 2020, a multi-sectoral HIV/AIDS response that
    is well coordinated, effective, efficient and
    sustainably financed to reduce socio-economic
    impact

25
Members
Grace Kabaniha, WHO John Ssekamatte Ssebuliba, NPA Geofrey Ebong, WFP Patience Alidri, UNDP Jesca Angida, IOM Kabanda Peter, MOWT Alex Asiimwe, MTWA Stephen Opio, ILO Olanya James, MOES Apolo Kyeyune, UN Women Amos Mwesigye, WFP Patience Alidri, UNDP Jason Kyeyune Nyombi, MoD Cindy Calago, RCO James Mugisha, MOH Sarah Kabaija, UNICEF Jotham Mubangizi, UNAIDS Fatoumatta Sabally, UNICEF Senait Kebede, UNAIDS Ondeko Roselidah, UNFPA Roselyn Achola, UNFPA Olanya James, MoES May Anyabolu, UNICEF Jackson Chekweko, RHU Charles Obiero, UNESCO Alexander Billings, IOM Makonnen Tesfaye, UNHCR
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