In drawing the annual action plan, the choice of projects was based on the following criteria:
a) Completion of on-going projects.
b) Projects that support deficient basic infrastructure.
c) Previously planned projects which were not implemented
d) Projects that generate employment and create growth and wealth
e) Projects that fall within budget limitations.
Details of the annual action plan is thus presented in table 41 in pdf file attached
Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF)
Having identified the sources of funding and other possible inflows to arrive at the projected total revenue / income, the Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF) links the total projected income to the categorized activities in the plan for ease of implementation. Here, the planned activities are classified under broad budget headings namely, Personnel Emoluments, Investment Activities, Service Activities and Administration Activities. This has been presented in the table in the pdf file below.
Lessons drawn from the review of performance of the DMTDP (2002-2005) gave us food for thought in the preparation of the current DMTDP (2006-2009).
The district profile has thrown searchlight on to the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in the district and their implications for development. It is, therefore, expected that programmes and projects in the district will be fully supervised and periodically reviewed to measure performance systematically. Data collection, analysis and storage would be made prominent in the plan period. It is hoped that funds would be released on time for projects and programmes to take off and that decentralized departments would collaborate effectively with the District Assembly for the successful implementation of programmes and projects.