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  1. DSD Performance Report for the period (01 October 2014 – 31 December 2014)Presentation to Portfolio Committee on Social Development 29 April 2015 "Building a Caring Society. Together" 1

  2. Presentation outline • Purpose • Strategic Priorities • Programme purposes • Contextual Analysis • Programme Performance and Expenditure • Overall Performance "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  3. PURPOSE This presentation provides a summary and analysis of performance with respect to the implementation of some of the Ministerial priorities as reflected in the Department’s Annual Performance Plan (APP) for the 2014-2015 financial year. The presentation also provides programme and overall expenditure "Building a Caring Society. Together" 3

  4. The Department has identified and committed itself to addressing the following key priorities for the MTSF 2014-19:  Expand Child and Youth Care Services (Isibindi programme) Social Welfare Sector Reform and services to deliver better results Deepening Social Assistance and Extending the scope of Social Security Increase access to Early Childhood Development (ECD) Strengthening Community Development interventions Combat Substance Abuse and Gender-Based Violence Increase household food & nutrition security (Food for All) The protection and promotion of the rights of older persons and people with disabilities Establish Social Protection Systems to strengthen coordination, integration, planning, M&E of services Strategic Priorities "Building a Caring Society. Together" "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  5. 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"

  6. 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. Some recent policy developments • The social assistance programme remains government’s single most significant poverty alleviation programme • Commitments to Universalise the Old Age Grant by 2016 were made by both Ministers of Social Development and Finance. To this date the Consolidated Comprehensive Social Security Reform proposals have been completed, that begins to give expression to the right to social security entrenched in our Constitution. • Internationally, the grant has been recognised by the World Bank to be amongst the best unconditional transfers in the world. In their recent report, The State of Social Safety Nets 2014, the World Bank ranks the CSG amongst the top five programmes across the world in terms of absolute number coverage as well as percentage of the population coverage. The CSG was ranked the largest social safety net in the continent 6

  7. CONTEXT/SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS "Building a Caring Society. Together" • Project Mikondzo: Is a collective sector-wide service delivery improvement initiative that is targeting the most deprived and rural poor municipalities, 23 deprived municipalities and 1300 wards in the country. Through this project DSD has been able to: • Identify service delivery gaps within local level as well as between policy formulation & implementation • Increased DSD foot print and visibility in communities. • Increased our understanding of the service delivery challenges and backlogs through direct interaction with local stakeholders e.g. ward councillors, ward committees, Civil Society Organisations, women’s groups, traditional leaders, FBOs, etc. • These have assisted DSD to draft a citizen oriented Service Delivery Improvement Plan 7

  8. CONTEXT/SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS "Building a Caring Society. Together" Although the Department is largely responsible for policy formulation, it also renders some of its services directly to the public, e.g. Registration of NPOs The Department works with other institutions within and outside government in the execution of its mandate: Critical partners include amongst others the Departments of Basic Education, Labour, Justice, Health and Rural development. 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 . – This is a government-wide integration challenge. 8

  9. Programme Performance and Expenditure "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  10. SUMMARY – SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT R’000 74,3% Spent End Dec 2014

  11. QUARTERLY EXPENDITURE PER PROGRAMME Spending progress

  12. QUARTERLY EXPENDITURE PER ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION

  13. KEY ACHIEVEMENTS FOR REPORTING PERIOD OCTOBER – DECEMBER 2014 "Building a Caring Society. Together" 13

  14. P1 : ADMINISTRATION R’000 77,5% Spent End Dec 2014

  15. P1 : ADMINISTRATION

  16. Programme 1 Administration: Monitoring and Evaluation "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  17. Programme 1: International Relations "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  18. Programme 1: Human Capital Management "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  19. Programme 1: Communications "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  20. P 2: SOCIAL ASSISTANCE R’000 74,3% Spent End Dec 2014

  21. P 2: SOCIAL ASSISTANCE

  22. Programme 2: Social Assistance "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  23. Programme 2: Social Assistance "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  24. P3 : SOCIAL SECURITY POLICY AND ADMINISTRATION R’000 75,2% Spent End Dec 2014

  25. P3 : SOCIAL SECURITY POLICY AND ADMINISTRATION

  26. Programme 3 : Appeals Adjudication "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  27. P4 : WELFARE SERVICE POLICY DEVELOPMENT AND ADMINISTRATION R’000 59,9% Spent End Dec 2014

  28. P4 : WELFARE SERVICE POLICY DEVELOPMENT AND ADMINISTRATION

  29. Programme 4: Children "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  30. Programme 4: Anti-Substance Abuse "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  31. Programme 4: Victim Empowerment "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  32. Programme 4: Victim Empowerment "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  33. Programme 4: Services to Older Persons "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  34. Programme 4: People with Disabilities "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  35. Programme4:Families "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  36. Programme 4: Youth "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  37. Programme 4: HIV/AIDS "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  38. Children’s Rights and Responsibilities "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  39. Children’s Rights and Responsibilities "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  40. Rights of Persons with Disabilities (RPD) "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  41. Summary of key achievements: Welfare Services • Consulted VEP Sector through provincial workshops • Monitored implementation of the Action Plan for Integrated Social Crime Prevention Strategy in 4 provinces (NW, NC, GP, WC) • Three national departments and six NGOs were on the White Paper • Monitored and registered 60 Community based care services were (4 in KZN and 53 in LP and 3 in MP "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  42. Summary of key achievements: Welfare Services (cont.) • Male Positive Role Model campaign was conducted in Umkhanyakude District • Capacitated 28 stakeholders on the Substance Abuse Act and Regulations • Trained 757 community caregivers on psychosocial programme • Trained 163 HCBC organisation on HIV and AIDS and TB programme "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  43. Summary of key achievements: Welfare Services (cont.) • Capacity building sessions conducted in North West provinces on the guidelines for the registration of Drop in Centres in terms of the Children’s Act • Analysed information report on the implementation of Isibindi Model • Capacitated 12 Municipalities were to implement Child Friendly Community Framework • 306 adoptions registered 52 inter-country and national 254 "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  44. P5 : SOCIAL POLICY AND INTERGRATED SERVICE DELIVERY R’000 81,9% Spent End Dec 2014

  45. P5 : SOCIAL POLICY AND INTERGRATED SERVICE DELIVERY

  46. Programme 5: Special Projects and Innovation "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  47. Programme 5: Non-profit organisations "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  48. Programme 5: Non-profit organisations "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  49. Programme 5: Zero hunger/ Food for All "Building a Caring Society. Together"

  50. Programme 5: Zero hunger/ Food for All "Building a Caring Society. Together"