Regional Level Structures

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Regional Level Structures

Regional Steering Committee (RSC) Roles and Responsibilities
Composition:

• PDB/ (Chair of RSC),
• RPCU (Secretary )
• BoFED
• Bureau of Education
• Bureau of Health
• DPFS Main Department
• CPA/Commission
• Rural Road Authority
• Bureau of Water RD
• Environmental Protection
• Women’s Affairs Bureau.

Meets quarterly

Role:

  • o Provides advice to ensure the proper implementation ofprorjects at regional level.
    o Ensures effective integration of the project into the regional development plan

Responsibilities:


  • • Coordinate the regional line bureaus for the integration of PCDP activities into the regional development strategy.
    • Approve annual work plan and budget of PCDP for the region
    • Review quarter and annual plan of PCDP in the region
    • Provide general guidance for the pastoral and agroc pastoral networking the region
Regional Pastoral Development Bureaus/Commissions (PDB/C) Roles and Responsibilities
 

Role:

  • o Ensures the proper implementation and budget utilization of PCDP in the region
    o Leads and ensures the proper integration of PCDP into the region’s development plan


Responsibilities:

  • • Provide overall guidance to the RPCUs and line bureaus to ensure coordination on planning and implementation of the project in the region;
    • Ensures the allocation of matching fund in the annual budget of the region.
    • Mobilize technical assistance as needed from the regional line bureaus
    • Coordinate the preparation and implementation of disaster preparedness strategic plans at regional level.
    • Provide administration support to RPCU
    • Review and provide feedback on reports submitted by RPCUs on implementation of PCDP interventions.
    • Establish regional reviewing committee for policy implementation studies
    • Lead the pastoral policy implementation studies budget at regional level
    • Lead the regional networking among the different stakeholders and seek ways of involvement of pastoral civil society associations and pastoral communities in the networking at different levels.
    • Conduct annual review meetings with government and non-governmental agencies involved in implementation of the PCDP in the regions, to monitor and coordinate the project interventions;


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