United Nations Development Programme Country: Kingdom of Tonga Project Document



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Results and Resources Framework


INTENDED OUTCOME AS STATED IN THE KINGDOM OF TONGA COUNTRY PROGRAMME (UNDAF COUNTRY MATRIX)

Outcome 3.1. By 2017, inclusive economic growth is enhanced, poverty is reduced, sustainable employment is improved, livelihood opportunities and food security are expanded for women, youth and vulnerable groups and social safety nets are enhanced for all citizens

OUTCOME INDICATORS AS STATED IN THE KINGDOM OF TONGA COUNTRY PROGRAMME (UNDAF COUNTRY MATRIX):

Tonga UNDAF Outcome 3.1.Women, youth and vulnerable groups benefit from inclusive economic growth reduced poverty, sustainable employment, livelihood opportunities, food security and social safety nets

  1. Indicator: # legislation, policies, strategies and action plans formulated or reviewed relating to the selected MDG target for acceleration.

Baseline: TBC Target: TBC

  1. Indicator: Proportion of annual budgets allocated to MDG acceleration interventions

Baseline: TBC Target: TBC

Applicable Key Result Area : Poverty Reduction and Achievement of the MDGs

Partnership Strategy: UNDP will implement the project in close consultation with the Ministry of Finance and National Planning. The joint presence office in Tonga will provide support to in country coordination and quality assurance. UNDP MCO and PC will provide technical assistance to the project. The project will make efforts to mobilize support from relevant UN and Regional Development Agencies such as WHO and SPC and potential donors to provide technical and financial support.

Project title: Tonga Support to MAF Implementation, ATLAS Award ID: 00075001

INTENDED OUTPUTS


OUTPUT TARGETS FOR (YEARS)

INDICATIVE ACTIVITIES

RESPONSIBLE PARTIES

INPUTS


Output: Enabling environment to reduce the prevalence of NCDs strengthened through effective implementation of MAF Action Plan.

Baseline

Weak policy framework to achieve the MAF objectives of reducing the prevalence of NCDs



Indicator:

1.1. # of policies either reviewed or formulated relating to the 3 key areas of intervention and related priority interventions.



Target for indicator 1.1.:

At least 2 policies impacting on NCDs reviewed or formulated



Indicator 1.2. # of analytical research undertaken relating to the feasibility of establishing formal social protection programmes targeting the proportion of the population living under the basic needs poverty line i.e. conditional cash transfer programmes.

Targets for indicator 1.2.:

At least 1 research paper with policy recommendations for the establishment of mechanisms such as a “national employment centre” to register all unemployed women and men.

At least 30% of the women and youths participate in advocacy programs on healthy lifestyles which results in improved understanding of health issues particularly NCD’s.


Targets (2013)

- Formulate new and strengthen existing policies relating to reducing the prevalence of NCDs



Targets (2014)

- Formulate new and strengthen existing policies relating to reducing the prevalence of NCDs




Activity Result 1: Strengthened Policy Framework on improving Curative Health

Action 1.1. Review existing policies and assist with the formulation of new policies relating to the identified key areas of intervention:

(1) Provision of Curative Health Service at Hospital Setting, Disease-specific risk factor’s screening,

(2) Review of Legislation, Subsidiary Legislation and Policies affecting Food/Tobacco/Kava & Alcohol consumption and Physical Activity, and (3) Advocacy for healthy lifestyles;

Action 1.2. Coordinate amongst relevant UN agencies to provide policy advise or policy papers relating to the 3 key areas and identified interventions;

Action 1.3. Undertake analytical research on the feasibility and institutional requirements for the establishment of the formal social protection programmes i.e. direct cash transfer programme to ensure that the poorest of the poor receive adequate financial support to sustain their basic needs

Action 1.4. Undertake analytical research on the feasibility and institutional requirements for the establishment a National Employment Centre and National Volunteer Scheme for the purpose of achieving full and productive employment and decent work for all, especially the poor and vulnerable population (under and just above the poverty line.


MAF national project coordinator , MOF, MOIA, Ministry of Health, Line Ministries, MAF expert working group, MDG taskforce, UNDP MCO, relevant UN agencies and Development partners

Health and Nutrition Advisor – 15,000

Social Protection Advisor – 15,000

South-South Knowledge Management- 10,000

Sub –total:40,000


Baselines:

Lack of capacity to monitor the progress towards the MAF and the MDGs on an annual basis;

No centralized data collection and dissemination systems to accurately monitor the progress of MDGs;

Limited sex disaggregated data available for capacity building programs; and

4. Limited sex disaggregated data on the poor and vulnerable women and men, boys and girls.
Indicator 2.1.:

Production of NSDS annual progress report;



Target: 1 report.
Indicator 2.2.: Formulation of centralized MDG data collection system.

Target for indicator 2.2:

1 centralized MDG data collection system formulated.


Indicator 2.3. MAF mainstreamed into Government corporate plans and annual work plans.

Target for indicator 2.3.: At least 3 government departments have MDGs mainstreamed into their respective corporate plans.

Targets (2013)

- Training Government planners and Statisticians on MDG data collection, reporting and planning conducted;

-Annual Report on MDG progress, challenges and mitigation actions produced;

-Review of budget preparation process and recommendations for evidence based policy formulation and budget allocations provided



Targets (2014)

- Capacity to monitor MDG Targets and Indicators Strengthen;

-Capacity to disseminate MDG data for policy formulation and implementation strengthened;

- Link between MDG data collection and budget allocation strengthened



Activity Result 2: National capacity for MDG monitoring and reporting strengthened

Action 2.1. Conduct workshop on MDG data collection and dissemination for government planners and statisticians

Action 2.2. National MDG web-based database populated and launched using DevInfo software

Action 2.3. Strengthen capacity of government to analyse macro-economic and poverty related data for the formulation of appropriate pro-poor policies for the achievement of the MDGs

Action 2.4. Conduct analysis on hardship and poverty (based on HIES results) to determine the poor and vulnerable for evidence based pro-poor policy formulation/targeting

Action 2.5. Integrate MAF into Corporate Plans, Annual Management Plans of Relevant Government Ministries and Departments and State Owned Enterprises

Action 2.6. Review budget preparation process and assist relevant government departments to incorporate MAF in 2014 and 2015 national budget


National MAF project coordinator , Ministry of Finance and National Planning, Ministry of Health, MAF expert working group, MDG taskforce, UNDP MCO

Budget and Planning Technical advisor – 10,000

Sub-total: 10,000

Baseline:

lack of awareness of the MDGs (progress and challenges) as well as MAF (objectives and implementation strategy).



Indicator 3.1.: Number of press releases and stories relating to the MAF and MDGs in Tonga.

Target for Indicator 3.1.:

At least 4 press releases or stories relating to MAF and MDGs published.



Indicator 3.2.:

Number of media and government officers trained on reporting on the MAF and disseminating information relating to the MAF and MDGs in Tonga.



Target for indicator 3.2.: At least 12 media and Government Information officers trained on reporting on the MAF or MDGs.

Indicator 3.3.

Number of policy briefs or analytical papers to feed into the Post 2015 development agenda formulation process.



Target for indicator 3.3.: At least 2 policy briefs or analytical papers formulated to feed into the Post 2015 development agenda formulation process.

Targets (2013)

- Raised awareness and ownership of the MAF and overall MDG achievement at the community and political level



Targets (2014)

- Capacity of local media and government information officers to report on progress and challenges of the MAF (and the MDGs overall) officers strengthened

- Awareness on the pertinent issues for the post 2015 development agenda debate


Activity Result 3: General Public Awareness and national ownership of the MAF

Action 3.1. Regular press releases and awareness raising campaigns on the objectives of the MAF, implementation strategy and key achievement on an on-going basis

Action 3.2. Regularly consult with members of parliament, NGOs and CBOs on MAF related policies for review and/or formulation

Action 3.3. Train local media and government information officers to identify and report on stories relating to MDG achievement as well as the human face of the MDGs i.e. local examples of individuals or communities who are lagging behind in the MDGs and/or individuals or communities that are benefiting from the MAF

Action 3.4. Regular MDG awareness raising campaigns i.e. essay and poster competitions, oratory contests etc targeting the general public

Action 3.5. National consultations to identify the pertinent development issues for contributions into the Post 2015 development agenda dialogue and on-going global process



MAF national project coordinator , Local Media, Ministry of Information and Communication, MOF, MOIA, Ministry of Health, MAF expert working group, MDG taskforce, UNDP

MAF Advocacy and Awareness Raising campaign – 12,000

Sub-total: 12,000

Baseline:

MAF action plan yet to be implemented.

Limited sex disaggregated data available for capacity building programs.

Absence of communication strategy.



Indicator 4.1.:

Proportion of funded MAF activities completed.



Targets for indicator 4.1: At least 70% of funded MAF activities completed.

Achieve at least 80% of “support to MAF implementation” project delivery.




Targets (2013)

- MAF Management Structure and Project Board Formalized

-MAF implementation and institutional arrangements established and operationalized

- MAF initiation workshop for implementing partners and major stakeholders conducted

-MAF 2013 Annual Work plan formulated

- MAF board meetings held in a timely manner



Targets (2014)

- MAF 2014 Annual Work Plan formulated and implemented





Activity Result 4: Effective Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation of MAF action plan

Action 4.1. MAF national project coordinator recruited

Action 4.2. MAF expert group meetings conducted once a month and MAF executive board meeting conducted once a quarter

Action 4.3. Quarterly and annual financial and performance reports provided in a timely manner.

Action 4.4. Communications Strategy formulated including provision of Fast Fact sheets and implementing in a timely manner to beneficiaries and policy makers

Action 4.5. Monitoring and evaluation missions to assess and impact of deliverables conducted at least every 6 months

Action 4.6. MAF Annual Work Plans formulated in a timely manner

Action 4.7. Documentation of delivery of impact, lessons learnt and best practices of the formulation of the MAF report and implementation of the MAF action plan



MAF national project coordinator , MOF, MOIA, MAF expert working group, MDG taskforce, UNDP

Programme coordinator- 17,000

Project Coordinator – 33,000

Project initiation and inception costs - 5,000

UNDP M&E- 5,000

Printing & publication- 2,000

Equipment and furniture – 5,000

Programme evaluation – 3,000

Sub-total: 70,000


Baseline:

Lack of financial resources to fully implement the MAF.

Limited Financial information Management system.

Indicator 5.1. Number of donor round table meetings to address the MAF funding gap.

Target for indicator 5.1: At least 2 donor roundtables conducted.



Targets (2013)

- Identify Resource gap (Financial and Technical) for the full implementation of the MAF Action Plan;

- Conduct donor round table meetings for consideration to cover funding gap of the MAF Action Plan;

Targets (2014)

- Assist with the formulation of proposals for the components of the MAF to be implemented by NGOs and CBOs for donor consideration




Activity Result 5: Enabling Environment provided to mobilize resources to address the MAF funding gap

Action 5.1. Mapping exercise to identify funding gap for the MAF action plan

Action 5.2. Draft MAF funding gap proposal for donor consideration

Action 5.3. Conduct donor round table as well as donor bilateral meetings to address MAF action plan funding gap





MAF national project coordinator , MOF, MOIA, Ministry of Health, Line Ministries, Development Partner, Resident Donors, MAF expert working group, MDG taskforce, UNDP

Donor round table meetings – 5,000

Sub-total: 5,000













Total: 137,000




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