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Title: SELECT COMMMITEE ON SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIC PLAN 2008-2011


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SELECT COMMMITEE ON SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIC PLAN 2008-2011
  • 13 MAY 2008

2
  • Presentation outline
  • Purpose.
  • Strategic Themes Objectives over MTEF.
  • Budget allocation 2008/09-2011.
  • Challenges.
  • Conclusion.

3
  • Purpose
  • To present to the Select Committee on Social
    Services on the Departments strategic plan and
    sector priorities.
  • To provide detailed budget that supports the
    implementation of the strategic plan and sector
    interventions.
  • Highlight challenges.
  • Conclusion

4
  • Strategic themes
  • The department has identified seven strategic
    themes which effectively position the
    administration to effectively respond to the Apex
    and other Government priorities in the Government
    Plan of Action (POA)
  • Tackling child poverty as a direct response to
    the 11.1 million children living in income
    poverty and the United Nations Convention on the
    Rights of a Child,
  • Tackling adult and older persons poverty as a
    key component of our response to the Madrid Plan
    of Action on Ageing,
  • Social cohesion as a contribution to the
    attainment of the Millennium Development Goals
    and the Copenhagen Plan of Action,

5
  • Strategic themes
  • Youth development as a direct response to youth
    unemployment and vulnerability in line with the
    United Nations Programme of Action for Youth for
    2000 and Beyond,
  • Civil society support and strengthening of
    communities as another contribution to the
    Copenhagen Plan of Action and the Johannesburg
    Plan of Action,
  • Governance and institutional development so as
    to improve the quality and reach of our service
    delivery
  • Regional and international solidarity and
    engagement in order to contribute to global
    governance, south-south cooperation and the New
    Partnership for Africas Development (NEPAD)

6
MTEF Sector priorities
  • The sector further identified areas of sectoral
    interest over MTEF (2008/09-2010/11) which are
    essentially strategic interventions within the
    broader themes

Parity of services (Disability) Bringing rural services to par with urban areas. Improving capacity of both residential and protective workshops.
Parity of services (Childrens home) Minimum standard subsidy of R9 per child per day during 2008/09. Over the MTEF, the objective is to reach parity of R12 across all provinces
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MTEF Sector priorities
  • The sector further identified areas of sectoral
    interest over MTEF (2008/09-2010/11) which are
    essentially strategic interventions within the
    broader themes

Early childhood development Expansion of ECD services to under-resourced areas Improve access to ECD programmes Increase the number of children accessing subsidies to 600 000 Provide training to 3 500 practitioners and to support staff Decrease the backlog in the number of cases in respect of foster care placements and provide foster care services to children
8
MTEF Sector priorities
  • The sector further identified areas of sectoral
    interest over MTEF (2008/09-2010/11) which are
    essentially strategic interventions within the
    broader themes

Home based care Expansion of HCBC programme Sustenance of HCBC capacity building programme Training of care givers in line with the massification strategy of the EPWP (9470 by 2009/10) Mitigate the impact of HIV AIDS
9
MTEF Sector priorities
  • The sector further identified areas of sectoral
    interest over MTEF (2008/09-2010/11) which are
    essentially strategic interventions within the
    broader themes

Children in Conflict with the law Provide secure environment for children awaiting trial through secure care centres Provide Social Crime prevention education and awareness programs Reduction of turn around time to assess children after arrest (48 hrs) Increase the number of diversion options and home based supervision programs
10
MTEF Sector priorities
  • The sector further identified areas of sectoral
    interest over MTEF (2008/09-2010/11) which are
    essentially strategic interventions within the
    broader themes

Occupation specific dispensation Proposes a unique remuneration structure aimed at attracting and retaining specialists and professionals on specific occupations It is also linked to payment of remote allowance to attract and retain Social Service Professionals in identified remote areas in the country.
11
MTEF Sector priorities
  • The sector further identified areas of sectoral
    interest over MTEF (2008/09-2010/11) which are
    essentially strategic interventions within the
    broader themes

Monitoring Evaluation Building ME capacity for the sector Development of an integrated monitoring system to cover all programmes
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Strategic Alignment
Thematic areas
Sector MTEF priorities
Home community based care
Civil society support strengthening of
communities
Parity of services (Disability services)
Children in conflict with the law
Tackling child poverty
Parity of services (Childrens homes)
Occupation specific dispensation
Governance institutional development
Monitoring evaluation
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Integrated programme interventions over MTEF
Strategic Themes Strategic Objectives Measurable Objectives (Strategic interventions)
Tackling child poverty To facilitate access to qualitative Early Childhood Development (ECD) opportunities. To ensure that the Constitutional rights of children with regard to care, protection, survival, and development are guaranteed. To provide adequate social assistance interventions to children. Develop strategies and programmes on integrated services for Early Childhood Development, Partial Care and for Orphans and vulnerable children. Facilitate the implementation of the new child care legislation. Develop policies and strategies for child care and protection. Provide well managed national and inter-country adoption services and international social services. Progressively Increase the coverage of CSG from 14 to 18 years
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Integrated programme interventions over MTEF
Strategic Themes Strategic Objectives Measurable Objectives (Strategic interventions)
Tackling adult and older persons poverty Ensure adequate income protection for the elderly in line with proposed social security reforms. Provide income security for workers and their dependants by informing policy options around social insurance. Improve the provision of social relief of distress. Provide social assistance for people with debilitating chronic diseases. Develop social assistance programme for families by 2012.
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Integrated programme interventions over MTEF
Strategic Themes Strategic Objectives Measurable Objectives (Strategic interventions)
Tackling adult and older persons poverty Provide income security for workers and their dependants by informing policy options around social insurance. Improve access for Social Assistance beneficiary households to economic opportunities by 2009. Develop policy on contributory benefits by 2012. Develop an overarching institutional arrangement for social security provision.
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Integrated programme interventions over MTEF
Strategic Themes Strategic Objectives Measurable Objectives (Strategic interventions)
Tackling adult and older persons poverty To develop, facilitate, monitor and evaluate the implementation of policies, strategies and programmes for older persons, persons with disabilities and mitigate the impact of substance abuse. Facilitate social welfare service delivery through the development and implementation of policies, legislation and programmes. Implement policy and legislation to promote transformation of services to older persons. Develop and implement policies and programmes that will enhance the protection and promotion of rights of persons with disabilities.
17
Integrated programme interventions over MTEF
Strategic Themes Strategic Objectives Measurable Objectives (Strategic interventions)
Youth development To provide social assistance programme for the Youth. To create an enabling environment for the improvement of quality of life of the youth. Develop social assistance programme for the youth by 2012. Develop and facilitate the implementation of youth development policies and strategies, including Masupa-tsela Youth Pioneer Programme by 2011,
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Integrated programme interventions over MTEF
Strategic Themes Strategic Objectives Measurable Objectives (Strategic interventions)
Social cohesion To provide integrated family and social crime related services to vulnerable groups, with special emphasis to women, children and families. Develop, facilitate and monitor the implementation of policies, legislation, strategies and programmes pertaining to probation services, social crime prevention and integrated justice services. Develop, facilitate and monitor the implementation of the National Family Policy, strategies and programmes that empowers families. Develop policies and programmes to support and protect people affected by violence and crime. Mitigate the impact of substance abuse through the development and implementation of policies and programmes.
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Integrated programme interventions over MTEF
Strategic Themes Strategic Objectives Measurable Objectives (Strategic interventions)
Social cohesion To mitigate the impact of HIV AIDS. To reduce HIV new infections through Behaviour change. Develop policies, guidelines, strategies and programmes to prevent New HIV Infections and to facilitate the provision of care and support. Facilitate development and implementation of the monitoring and evaluation systems for HCBC by 2009/10 Facilitate implementation of the National Action Plan for orphans and other children made vulnerable by HIV and AIDS.
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Integrated programme interventions over MTEF
Strategic Themes Strategic Objectives Measurable Objectives (Strategic interventions)
Civil society support and strengthening of communities. To improve the institutional capacity and capabilities of the non-profit sector. To create an enabling environment that contributes towards the building of sustainable communities. Develop and facilitate the implementation of the integrated legislative framework for the non-profit sector by 2010 Ensure efficient administration of the NPO registration facility and compliance of non-profit organizations in terms of the NPO Act. Develop and facilitate the implementation of policies, strategies and guidelines for community development by 2011. Develop and facilitate the implementation and monitoring of guidelines and programmes for sustainable livelihoods by 2011. Enhance social service provision through support to the non-governmental sector and other partners.
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Integrated programme interventions over MTEF
Strategic Themes Strategic Objectives Measurable Objectives (Strategic interventions)
Governance and institutional dev. To provide financial management and administration that supports the Departments objectives and mandates. Facilitate the analysis and costing of the financial and fiscal implications of legislation and policy directives pertaining to the social development sector and related functions. Monitor the financial performance of Public Entities and other funded Institutions in line with prescripts. Implement an appropriate and improved supply chain management system that is fair, equitable, transparent, competitive and cost effective. Implement and maintain an appropriate and improved financial, risk, internal control systems.
22
Integrated programme interventions over MTEF
Strategic Themes Strategic Objectives Measurable Objectives (Strategic Interventions)
Governance and institutional dev. To ensure that the Department has adequate, effective human resources and promotes social dialogue with organised labour. Reduce the vacancy rate over next three years. Develop and implement a Sector Human Resource Plan. Review Employee Health and Wellness policy, programme and delivery model over the next three years. Develop and Implement a Human Resource Retention Strategy over the next three years. Ensure that the Public Health Social Development Bargaining Council (PHSDSBC) operates efficaciously.
23
Integrated programme interventions over MTEF
Strategic Themes Strategic Objectives Measurable Objectives (Strategic interventions)
Governance and institutional dev. To promote departments identity and services through media and events management. Promote public awareness and understanding of Departments policies, programmes. Promote corporate identity and programmes.
24
Integrated programme interventions over MTEF
Strategic Themes Strategic Objectives Measurable Objectives (Strategic interventions)
Governance and institutional dev. To develop an IMST Capability Capacity that enables Social Development to deliver on its mandate. Create an information network that ensures integrated service delivery. Implement a solution to capture, store process information around business process. Create institutional knowledge and enabling business strategic decisions.
25
Integrated programme interventions over MTEF
Strategic Themes Strategic Objectives Measurable Objectives (Strategic Interventions)
Governance and institutional dev. To promote good governance, strategic leadership and institutional coherence. Oversee and align social development service delivery institutions by developing customer centered service delivery model by 2010 Through research, monitoring and evaluation, ensure that all social policies guiding the sector and their concomitant strategies are consistent and comply with evidence-based principles, including on population trends and dynamics, by 2012
26
Integrated programme interventions over MTEF
Strategic Themes Strategic Objectives Measurable Objectives (Strategic Inteventions)
Governance and institutional dev. To promote good governance, strategic leadership and institutional coherence. Develop and oversee the implementation of a comprehensive monitoring and evaluation system to improve service delivery across the sector, by 2009 Expansion of public works programme through innovation and by improving the coordination amongst all the role players in the sector. Improve social assistance administration through implementation of key social security mechanism and monitor the adherence of entities to agreed policy objectives.
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Integrated programme interventions over MTEF
Strategic Themes Strategic Objectives Measurable Objectives (Strategic interventions)
Regional and international solidarity. To coordinate sub regional participation in institutions of regional and global governance. To provide Executing Authority with a high quality strategic support and advice on matters related to protocol, administration, domestic and international spheres. mestic andinternationalmatters. Contribute towards a consolidation of African Agenda. Strengthening of global governance systems. Promote Bi-lateral and Tri-lateral cooperation. Coordinate sub regional participation in the international Social Security Association.
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  • PRELIMINARY EXPENDITURE FOR THE
  • 2007/08
  • FINANCIAL YEAR

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2007/08 ESTIMATED DEPARTMENTAL SPENDING
99,78 Preliminary Spending
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PRELIMINARY EXPENDITURE PER PROGRAMME - 2007/08
Programme Final Voted R 000 Prelim Expenditure R 000 Spent Preliminary Over / Under-spending
Administration 141 402 141 062 99.76 340
Comprehensive Social Security 66 637 339 66 554 994 99.88 82 345
Policy Development, Review and Implementation Support for Welfare Services 192 476 162 181 84.26 30 395
Community Development 163 528 153 103 93.62 10 425
Strategy and Governance 94 363 72 894 77.25 21 469
TOTAL 67 229 108 67 084 233 99.78 144 875
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PRELIMINARY EXPENDITURE PER ECONOMIC
CLASSIFICATION - 2007/08
Programme Final Voted R 000 Prelim Expenditure R 000 Spent Preliminary Over / Under-spending
Compensation of Employees 156 426 133 512 85.35 22 914
Financial Transaction Assets Liabilities - 164 - (164)
Goods and Services 223 188 186 833 83.71 36 355
Transfers and Subsidies 66 838 402 66 755 905 99.88 82 497
Payments for Capital Assets 11 092 7 818 70.49 3 274
TOTAL 67 229 108 67 084 233 99.78 144 875
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OPERATIONAL PRELIMINARY EXPENDITURE PER PROGRAMME
- 2007/08
Programme Final Voted R 000 Prelim Expenditure R 000 Spent Preliminary Over / Under-spending
Administration 141 402 141 062 99.76 340
Comprehensive Social Security 33 821 31 840 94.14 1 981
Policy Development, Review and Implementation Support for Welfare Services 94 008 63 713 67.77 30 295
Community Development 34 365 23 940 69.66 10 425
Strategy and Governance 94 363 72 894 77.25 21 469
TOTAL 397 959 333 448 83.79 64 511
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OPERATIONAL PRELIMINARY EXPENDITURE PER ECONOMIC
CLASSIFICATION - 2007/08
Programme Final Voted R 000 Prelim Expenditure R 000 Spent Preliminary Over / Under-spending
Compensation of Employees 156 426 133 512 85.35 22 914
Financial Transaction Assets Liabilities - 164 - (164)
Goods and Services 223 188 186 833 83.71 36 355
Transfers and Subsidies 7 253 5 120 70.59 2 133
Payments for Capital Assets 11 092 7 818 70.49 3 274
TOTAL 397 959 333 448 83.79 64 511
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PRELIMINARY SPENDING
  • The under-expenditure on Compensation of
    Employees is due to the delays in the filling of
    funded vacant posts created on the establishment
    of the Department. The department has experienced
    capacity constraints in the recruitment and
    selection processes for the filling of a large
    number of these posts. The capacity constraints
    compounded by the ongoing turnover of staff and
    the onerous public service staff appointment
    processes, presented significant challenges for
    expenditure in this area.

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PRELIMINARY SPENDING
  • Programme 2 Comprehensive Social Security
  • The under-expenditure on Goods and Services
    relates to the late awarding of the tender for
    the piloting of the Care Dependency Assessment
    Tool to the amount of R 1,524 million. This
    tender was awarded in December 2007, and an
    amount of R 500 000 was paid during March 2008
    for the initial phase of the project.

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PRELIMINARY SPENDING
  • Programme 3 Policy Development, Review and
    Implementation Support for Welfare Services
  • The under expenditure on Goods and Services
    relates mainly to unforeseen administrative
    delays in the execution of planned projects as
    well as the limited operational capacity, amongst
    others
  • The costing of the comprehensive Policy on
    Disability
  • The roll-out of the second phase of the norms and
    standards project for social welfare services
  • The establishment of the national clearing house
    for the CDA.
  • The research on substance abuse
  • The training on the Ke-moja manuals and
  • The auditing of old age facilities.

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PRELIMINARY SPENDING
  • Programme 4 Community Development
  • The under-expenditure on Goods and Services
    relates to administrative delays with the
    implementation and the payment of planned
    projects, amongst other
  • Media campaigns for NPOs and NGOs within the
    community
  • Costing and impact assessment of the Technical
    Reference Team on the registration and capacity
    building of NPOs and
  • The registration of the national qualification
    for community development workers.

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PRELIMINARY SPENDING
  • Programme 5 Strategy and Development
  • The under-expenditure on Goods and Services
    relates mainly to delays experienced in executing
    the following key projects
  • The concept development and organizational design
    for the Appeals Tribunal that had to be informed
    by some research, consultation with provinces and
    other stakeholders and
  • The implementation of the Management Information
    System for Social Development.

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2007/08 SOCIAL ASSISTANCE TRANSFERS Based on 31
Mar 2008
100,15 Spending
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2007/08 SOCIAL ASSISTANCE TRANSFERS Cont.
Region Allocation 2007/08 Expenditure 31 March 2008 Variance Spent Projected over/under exp.
Eastern Cape 12 113 372 000 11 635 947 458 477 424 542 96 4
Free State 4 495 684 000 4 125 123 858 370 560 142 92 8
Gauteng 7 867 447 000 7 318 734 171 548 712 829 93 7
KwaZulu-Natal 14 236 333 000 15 102 870 446 -866 537 446 106 -6
Limpopo 8 117 208 000 8 439 674 954 -322 466 954 104 -4
Mpumalanga 4 183 484 000 4 322 290 222 -138 806 222 103 -3
North West 5 307 404 000 5 187 132 606 120 271 394 98 2
Northern Cape 1 498 562 000 1 621 815 131 -123 253 131 108 -8
Western Cape 4 620 566 000 4 716 176 867 -95 610 867 102 -2
Total 62 440 058 000 62 469 765 712 -29 705 712 100.15 -0.1
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STATUS OF SOCIAL ASSISTANCE EXPENDITURE FOR THE
2007/08 FINANCIAL YEAR
  • The estimated preliminary over expenditure is at
    R 29,705 million.
  • The figures presented are based on preliminary
    figures as at the end of March 2008.
  • The final reconciliations are awaited from SASSA.

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SOUTH AFRICAN SOCIAL SECURITY AGENCY Based on
IYM reports as at 31 Mar 2008
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NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY
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  • 2008/09 TO 2010/11 FINANCIAL YEARS

45
BUDGET COMPARISON
R000
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MTEF GROWTH TRENDS
  • Total additional allocation over MTEF is
    R12,3 billion
  • Total budget grows at an average rate of 10,4
    p.a.
  • Socdev budget, excl transfers to SASSA NDA
    grows at average rate of 8,31 p.a.
  • Prog 1 8,1
  • Prog 2 10,38
  • Prog 3 28,81
  • Prog 4 5,17
  • Prog 5 6,59

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MTEF GROWTH TRENDS
  • Additional allocations were mainly for
  • Policy and Programme Implementation Support for
    increasing capacity at the national level in
    terms of its oversight role to provinces
  • (R7m 08/09 R9,5m 09/10 R13m 10/11)
  • Establishment of an Appeals Tribunal ito the
    SASSA and Social Assistance Acts
  • (R7m 08/09 R10m 09/10 R13m 10/11)
  • Development of a MIS for Social Welfare Services
  • (R5m 08/09 R6m 09/10 R9m 10/11)
  • Long term infrastructure plan for Welfare
    services in provinces
  • (R6m 08/09)
  • Compensation of employees wrt to the
    implementation of Resolution 1 of 2007
  • (R4.3m 08/09 R5m 09/10 R5.3m 10/11)
  • Inflation adjustment to social assistance grants
  • (R2.6b 08/09 R4.4b 09/10 R4.7b 10/11)
  • SASSA adjustment to baseline
  • (R78.1m 08/09 R113.3m 09/10 R150.4m 10/11)

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CHANGES TO BASELINE
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FINAL BUDGET ALLOCATIONS SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAMME 2008/09 R000 2009/10 R000 2010/11 R000
P 1 Administration 152 428 163 127 175 435
P 2 Comprehensive Social Security 75 318 431 83 058 421 89 559 132
P 3 Policy Development, Review and Implementation Support for Welfare Services 270 322 390 142 414 503
P 4 Community Development 173 394 184 203 194 867
P 5 Strategy and Governance 93 399 96 633 106 294
TOTAL BUDGET 76 007 974 83 892 526 90 450 231
Per Economic Classification
Compensation of Employees 196 669 208 456 219 519
Goods and Services 225 974 241 087 267 027
Transfers and Subsidies 75 576 636 83 432 896 89 953 785
Payments for Capital Assets 8 695 10 087 9 900
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SPECIAL ALLOCATIONS 2007/08 2010/11
2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11
R000 R000 R000 R000
Voted 67,232,108 76,007,974 83,892,526 90,450,231
Devolution of Public Works Funds 9,389 10,142 11,182 12,317
Social Assistance Transfers 62,445,771 70,725,989 78,120,433 84,295,468
SASSA 4,072,747 4,517,815 4,859,078 5,180,925
SASSA (MIS) 70,000 20,000 20,000 20,000
Disaster Relief 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000
Emergency Disaster Relief 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000
LoveLife 41,000 41,000 41,000 43,460
National Development Agency 129,163 136,267 144,782 153,469
Social Workers Bursaries 50,000 105,000 210,000 222,600
Total Special Allocations 66,833,070 75,571,213 83,421,475 89,943,239
TOTAL OPERATIONAL BUDGET 399,038 436,761 471,051 506,992
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2008 ADDITIONAL FUNDS ALLOCATED
PROGRAMME 2008/09 R000 2009/10 R000 2010/11 R000
Administration 6 010 7 790 10 759
Comprehensive Social Security 2 763 522 4 598 748 4 918 871
Policy Development, Review and Implementation Support for Welfare Services 5 200 6 553 7 900
Community Development (806) (1 413) (1 884)
Strategy and Governance 13 698 11 423 15 971
TOTAL 2 787 623 4 623 101 4 951 617
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Budget Allocation per Programme (excl Transfers
Public Entities) - 2008/09
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  • Challenges
  • To work effectively across the internal programme
    structures to achieve our strategic objectives.
  • Matrix (team management)
  • Appropriate budget structure
  • To improve synergy and accountability with
    provinces around service delivery on our agreed
    priority areas.
  • Strengthening the capacities of service delivery
    institutions such as NPOs and public entities.
    This also implies improved ME systems.
  • Similarly, to be more effective in shaping
    policies across government that impact on the
    poor and vulnerable.

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Conclusion
In this year and over MTEF, we are rededicating
ourselves to work with communities and all
partners to fight child poverty, protect children
from abuse and other social ills. The litmus
test of our success in this regard must be
based on the extent to which we contribute to
extricating children from abject poverty.
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