- Reinforcement of corridor at Cells of the Lawra Police Station, provision of 80 No benches to 2 LDAs, one Fire Tender Garage and 3- Yamaha 125 motor bikes at a total cost of ¢94,212,500.00
- Renovation of staff Quarters, refurbishment of DCD’s DPO, DDCD’S Bungalows, DNI Officers’ Office at ¢142,602,611.00
- Completion 100 stalls, 5 stores and 1 KVIP Toilet at a total cost of ¢344,373,976.00
- Disbursement to PAC, Sports & Culture, Small-scale traders and other women’s groups at a total cost of ¢449,000,000.00
- Provision of Sign Boards, funds for 200 women and PAF at a total cost of ¢599,200,000.00
Dev Focus, Objectives Etc.
MUNICIPAL OBJECTIVES AND STRATEGIES
The Lawra Municipal Assembly’s development focus for the plan period shall be to strengthen the institutional capacity of the district, promote issues, increase the standard of the living of the people through the improvement of social amenities, revenue generation, environment management and the reduction of HIV/AIDS cases and related diseases, more so, to help in promoting the living conditions of the people through the improvement of agricultural production.
Goals, Objectives and Strategies
The table below specifies the goals of the district within the plan period, in the content of the Growth and poverty reduction strategy (GPRS) and the corresponding objectives and strategies geared towards the achievement of the stated goal.
Monitoring and Evaluation
In line with the GPRS II, the responsibility of monitoring and evaluation of the MTDP is basically the function of the DA, but should be operationalized by the DPCU, which is the technical unit of the DA.
Grass Root Monitoring
Stakeholders at the grassroots level responsible for monitoring and evaluation include community level institutional structures, namely: Unit Committees, Town/Area Councils, Traditional Authorities, Assembly Members, and decentralized/centralized departments, NGOs, etc
The monitoring shall include a regular systematic up –dating of the district data-base of all development indicators, this shall be done annually.
The Municipal Planning Co-ordinating Unit (DPCU)
The Municipal Planning Co-Ordinating Unit (DPCU) will assess the impact of all programmes /projects on the beneficiaries at least once a year and after the planed period. This assessment will focus on whether the projects have any positive change on the economic and social life of the target groups. Interventions will be designed to correct any adverse impact discovered as stated earlier.
Criteria for Assessment
This assessment shall take into consideration the following:
- The attainment of the projects objectives
- Achievement of projects purpose
- Cost effectiveness of projects outputs
- Target groups access to the project benefits
- Number of beneficiaries who have access to the projects benefits
The concept of objectively verifiable indicators, a component of the logical framework would be applied in all cases.
Date Created : 11/15/2017 3:57:29 AM