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Federal Level

Ministry of Federal Affairs (MoFA)

Roles and Responsibilities

Responsible:

State Minister of MoFA

Organizes meetings of the IMB as necessary

Role:

  • o Provides policy directions to the project
    o Provides program oversight, guidance and governance


Responsibilities:

• Approves Annual Work Plan and Budget (AWPB) of PCDP
• Reviews quarter and annual reports
• Coordinates other line ministries
(water, education, health, etc) and development partners for project implementation and technical assistance
• Lead the pastoral policy implementation studies at federal level
• Provide administration support to FPCU
• Organize annual review meetings of stakeholders at different levels.

Federal Project Coordination Unit

Roles and Responsibilities

Reports to:

 

State Minister of MoFA


The FPCU will have full time professional responsible for all the components in addition to M&E, finance and procurement as well as support staff fully paid from the project.

The staff composition includes:

• Coordinator
• SLE Senior Officer
• PRM Senior Officer
• KMPL Senior Officer
• M & E Senior Officer
• MIS/IT Senior Officer
• Finance Senior Officers
• Procurement S/ Officer
• A/Procurement Officer
• Internal Auditor
• Executive Secretary
• A/Finance Officer
• Logistics A/Officer
• Secretaries
• Drivers
• Office Assistants

Role:

  • o Ensure that RPCU and woreda sector offices/PDOs have the directions, information, systems, skills and resources necessary to carry out their mandate to achieve the expected program results of PCDP
    o Provides program oversight, guidance and governance

Responsibilities:

  • • Coordinates and oversee the PCDP financed activities to ensure that the project meets its objectives.
    • Consolidates indicative annual PCDP resource allocation proposal for regions to be endorsed by MoFA
    • Transfers the necessary financial and material resources to regions and other implementing agencies
    • Ensure that approved funds reach implementing regions, Woredas, communities and other implementing agencies and that they are properly utilized.
    • Ensure appropriate linkages of the PCDP with other development interventions.
    • Facilitate and capacitate regions and other stakeholders to effectively implement the project activities;
    • Conduct quarterly meetings with RPCUs to review progress of the project and discuss related PCDP issues;
    • Conduct annual PCDP staff review meetings
    • Review and provide feedback on reports submitted by RPCUs on the implementation of the project;
    • Provide technical support to RPCUs on coordination and implementation of the project;
    • Mobilize technical assistance as needed from sectoral agencies;
    • Provide procurement support to RPCUs and woredas in accordance with the Procurement Procedures as necessary as necessary;
    • Ensure that the annual allocation of matching fund by regional governments
    • Monitor overall capacity to implement PCDP activities. Identify gaps and ensure mechanisms are in place to address any gaps in capacity.
    • Facilitate regional implementation of the Environment and Social Management Framework
    • Facilitate information exchange and document experiences and lessons learned across regions;
    • Submit periodic progress reports on implementation of the project to MoFA and Donors
    • ? Allocate and transfer PCDP resources to regions, and ensure the proper utilization of the allocated resources
    • Organize experience sharing program to regions
    • Signs MoU with the FCA and DPFS Main Department of MoARD for the implementation of the components of the project


 

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