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  1. DSD Annual Performance Report(01 March 2011 – 31 April 2012)Portfolio Committee on Social Development 10 October 2012 "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  2. Presentation outline PART A: Overview Vision, Mission & Strategic Priorities PART B: Programme performance Purpose Annual Achievements/performance PART C: International Obligations Challenges PART D: Legislative Programme PART E: Finance "Building a Caring Society. Together" 2

  3. Part AOverview "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  4. Vision A caring and integrated system of social development services that facilitates human development and improves the quality of life. Mission To ensure the provision of comprehensive social services which protect the poor and vulnerable within the framework of the South African Constitution and subsequent legislation; create an enabling environment for sustainable development; and deliver integrated, sustainable, and quality services in partnership with all those committed to building a caring society together. "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  5. The Department has identified and committed itself to addressing the following key priorities:  Expand Child and Youth Care services (Isibindi programme) Promote Early Childhood Development Combat Substance Abuse Provision of food to poor households (Food for all/Zero Hunger) The protection and promotion of the rights of older people and people with disabilities Strategic Priorities "Building a Caring Society. Together" "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  6. The Department also contributes to some of the following government outcomes: Improved quality of basic education A long and healthy life for all South Africans All people in South Africa are and feel safe Decent employment through inclusive economic growth A skilled and capable workforce to support an inclusive growth path An efficient, competitive and responsive economic infrastructure network Vibrant, equitable and sustainable rural communities and food security for all Sustainable human settlements and improved quality of household life A responsive, accountable, effective and efficient local government system Environmental assets and natural resources that are well protected and continually enhanced Create a better South Africa and contribute to a better and safer Africa and World An efficient, effective and development oriented public service and empowered, fair and inclusive citizenship Government outcomes "Building a Caring Society. Together" "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  7. PROGRAMMES PURPOSE Programme 1: Administration • To provide leadership, management and support services to the Department and the Social Development Sector. Programme 2: Social Assistance • To provide income support to vulnerable groups. Programme 3: Social Security Policy and Administration • To provide for social policy development and the fair administration of social assistance. Programme 4: Welfare Services Policy Development and Implementation • To create an enabling environment for the delivery of equitable developmental welfare services through the formulation of policies, norms and standards and best practices and the provision of support to the implementation agencies. Programme 5: Social Policy and Integrated Service Delivery • To support community development and promote evidence-based policy making in the Department and the Social Development Sector "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  8. Part B Programme Performance "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  9. PURPOSE "Building a Caring Society. Together" Purpose: To inform the Portfolio Committee of : • The Department’s performance against its pre-determined objectives for the 2011/12 financial year; • The State of Expenditure of the Department for the 2011/12 financial year as at 31 March 2012. 9

  10. CONTEXT/SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS "Building a Caring Society. Together" The Social Development Sector delivers its services in an environment marked by high levels of poverty, unemployment and inequality. Although the Department is largely responsible for policy formulation, it also renders some of its services directly to the public, e.g. Registration on NPOs The Department works with other institutions within and outside government in the execution of its mandate: Critical partners include amongst other the Departments of Basic Education, Labour, Justice, Health and Rural development. 10

  11. CONTEXT/SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS "Building a Caring Society. Together" Areas of collaboration include critical projects on issues affecting Children, HIV & AIDS, Older Persons, Victim Empowerment, Youth, Social Security. Given the collaborative and interdependent nature of some of the department’s work, it can only meet some of its targets if the other institutions deliver on their commitments as well. Reprioritization: In some instances, the Department often defers the implementation of some of its targets in light of new urgent priorities, these include for example the hosting of the ECD conference in March, which led to the dedication of funds to the event. 11

  12. Annual Achievements/Performance "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  13. PROGRAMME 2: COMPREHENSIVE SOCIAL SECURITYSocial Assistance "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  14. PROGRAMME 3: SOCIAL SECURITY POLICY ADMINISTRATIONSocial Security Policy Development "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  15. PROGRAMME 3: SOCIAL SECURITY POLICY ADMINISTRATIONAppeals Adjudication "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  16. PROGRAMME 4 : WELFARE SERVICESService Standards and Service Provider Management Support “Building a Caring Society. Together"

  17. PROGRAMME 4 : WELFARE SERVICESService Standards and Service Provider Management Support “Building a Caring Society. Together"

  18. PROGRAMME 4 : WELFARE SERVICESOlder Persons “Building a Caring Society. Together"

  19. PROGRAMME 4 : WELFARE SERVICESSubstance Abuse “Building a Caring Society. Together"

  20. PROGRAMME 4: WELFARE SERVICESChildren "Building a Caring Society. Together" 20

  21. PROGRAMME 4:WELFARE SERVICESChildren "Building a Caring Society. Together" 21

  22. PROGRAMME 4: WELFARE SERVICESChildren "Building a Caring Society. Together" 22

  23. PROGRAMME 4 : WELFARE SERVICESSocial Crime Prevention and Victim Empowerment “Building a Caring Society. Together"

  24. PROGRAMME 4 : WELFARE SERVICESSocial Crime Prevention and Victim Empowerment “Building a Caring Society. Together"

  25. PROGRAMME 4: WELFARE SERVICESFamilies "Building a Caring Society. Together" 25

  26. PROGRAMME 4: WELFARE SERVICESYouth "Building a Caring Society. Together" 26

  27. PROGRAMME 4 : WELFARE SERVICESHIV AND AIDS “Building a Caring Society. Together"

  28. PROGRAMME 4 : WELFARE SERVICESHIV AND AIDS “Building a Caring Society. Together"

  29. PROGRAMME 5: SOCIAL POLICY AND INTEGRATED SERVICE DELIVERYSocial Policy Research and Development "Building a Caring Society. Together" 29

  30. PROGRAMME 5: SOCIAL POLICY AND INTEGRATED SERVICE DELIVERYSpecial Projects and Innovation "Building a Caring Society. Together" 30

  31. PROGRAMME 5: SOCIAL POLICY AND INTEGRATED SERVICE DELIVERYPopulation Policy Promotion "Building a Caring Society. Together" 31

  32. PROGRAMME 5: SOCIAL POLICY AND INTEGRATED SERVICE DELIVERYPopulation Policy Promotion "Building a Caring Society. Together" 32

  33. PROGRAMME 5: SOCIAL POLICY AND INTEGRATED SERVICE DELIVERYRegistration and Monitoring of NPO’s "Building a Caring Society. Together" 33

  34. PROGRAMME 5: SOCIAL POLICY AND INTEGRATED SERVICE DELIVERYRegistration and Monitoring of NPO’s "Building a Caring Society. Together" 34

  35. PROGRAMME 5: SOCIAL POLICY AND INTEGRATED SERVICE DELIVERYCommunity Development "Building a Caring Society. Together" 35

  36. PROGRAMME 5: SOCIAL POLICY AND INTEGRATED SERVICE DELIVERYCommunity Development "Building a Caring Society. Together" 36

  37. PROGRAMME 5: SOCIAL POLICY AND INTEGRATED SERVICE DELIVERYCommunity Development "Building a Caring Society. Together" 37

  38. PROGRAMME 5: SOCIAL POLICY AND INTEGRATED SERVICE DELIVERYSustainable Livelihoods "Building a Caring Society. Together" 38

  39. PART CInternational Obligations for 2011/12 "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  40. International Obligations for period 2011/12 "Building a Caring Society. Together" 40

  41. International Obligations for period 2011/12 "Building a Caring Society. Together" 41

  42. Challenges "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  43. CHALLENGES The department achieved 54% of its planned targets while the remainder were either partially achieved (26%) or not achieved at all (20%). Reasons for non-achievement of the targets include for example reprioritisation of projects and dependence on other institutions such as Provinces and other government departments "Building a Caring Society. Together" 43

  44. CHALLENGES: PROGRAMME 1 In some instances, the Department had to defer the implementation of some of its targets in light of new urgent priorities, these include for example - Diverting of funds from hosting the donor conference to fund Food For All campaigns, ECD conference, as well as establishing a Social Workers Veterans Forum - The Minister recommended that the amendments to the SASSA Bill be deferred to the 2012/13 financial year for further consultations with stakeholders "Building a Caring Society. Together" 44

  45. CHALLENGES: Programme 3 Some of the key reasons for non-achievement of targets which were beyond department’s control includes: The department could only adjudicate 37% (instead of the planned 80%) within 90 days of receipt due to delays in receiving appropriate records from appellants and/or SASSA registry. We only adjudicated 11 622 appeals backlog of the planned 20 000 due to the fact that some of the records (8 120) were either incomplete, some were duplicates of appeals that had already been finalised or grant application files were missing "Building a Caring Society. Together" 45

  46. CHALLENGES: Programme 3 The department formed a unit tasked with establishing an Inspectorate for Social Security. However, it was hampered by lack of human resources and the relatively late availability of funds An organisational structure for the inspectorate as well as the a human resources model to support the establishment of the inspectorate have been approved by the Minister. Additional resources have been allocated to gather the evidence and put all the necessary systems in place. "Building a Caring Society. Together" 46

  47. CHALLENGES: Programme 4 Lack of provincial capacity:The registration of partial care and ECD facilities could not be completed (due to lack of capacity in provinces), delays in reporting especially in the HIV/AIDS areas Reprioritization: - In order to increase the coverage and quality of ECD services, the department had to host the ECD conference, which led to shifting of funds from other critical priorities. - The budget for training of Caregivers on HIV/AIDS counseling was redirected to train social service professionals due to high demand. As a result we could only train 485 of the targeted 610. Interdepartmental collaboration: the provision of psychosocial support for the School Health Programme could not be implemented since the project is primarily driven by the Department of Health. "Building a Caring Society. Together" 47

  48. CHALLENGES: Programme 5 The Department could not compile National Household Profile Report due to provinces not being able to access the National Integrated Social Information System Although the Community Development framework was approved by the Social Protection and Community Development Cluster, it is still pending approval by MINMEC "Building a Caring Society. Together" 48

  49. PART DLegislative Programme for 2011/12 "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  50. Legislative Programme for period 2011/12 "Building a Caring Society. Together" 50