To enhance the implementation of the DMTDP 2018-2021, programmes, projects and activities are phased into four rolling Composite Annual Action Plans. This will involve the actual process of carrying out actions and activities which will translate resources into assets, goods and services. To undertake this, mobilizing, organizing and managing resources needed to execute the plans are very crucial.

The implementation process of the planned actions will follow the District’s planning cycle which divides the year into four quarters with each quarter consisting of three months. The first quarter will start from January to March of every year, second quarter from April to June, third quarter (July to September) and fourth quarter (October to December). There will be a mid-year review at the end of the first two years to establish the implementation status and gaps of the Annual Plans. In addition, the plans will reflect the spatial planning interventions precisely defining the locations of the programmes, projects and activities.

District Composite Annual Action Plan Linked to the District Composite Budget

The Composite Annual Action Plans of all the 11 Departments operating in the District were linked to the District Annual Composite Budgets. This was based on Compensation, Assets, Goods and Services to be financed by IGF, DACF, DDF and other Donors. Since the Composite Budgets are prepared yearly, measures should be placed in place to capture all programmes, projects and activities outlined in the yearly Composite Annual Action Plan so as to ensure successfully implementation of the DMTDP 2018-2021.  In addition, all the 11 Departments should ensure that their Annual Work Plans are submitted on time by 15th July of every year to enable the District Planning Co-ordinating Unit (DPCU) prepare the Composite Annual Action Plan and Annual Composite Budget on time for successful implementation.

Implementation of District Composite Annual Action Plans and Budgets

The District Composite Annual Action Plans for the four years would be implemented by the Departments, Units and Agencies of the Assembly and other private agencies (NGOs, CSOs, and FBOs). However, it is expected that the implementation of the planned activities would be supported by timely inflow of resources per the implementation of the Annual Composite Budget.  



Date Created : 11/24/2017 1:40:06 AM