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Strengthening State Plans for Humann Development
 
Work Plan: 2007 : Government of West Bengal
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1.

Preparation of DHDRs in the Second phase in ten more districts (Jalpaiguri, Coochbehar, Uttar Dinajpur, Dakshin Dinajpur, ,  Purulia, Birbhum,  Paschim Medinipur,  Murshidabad, South 24 Parganas, North 24 Parganas )

 

 

 

  • District level Sensitization Workshops

  • Identification of lead coordinator/s

  • Formation of Working Groups for data collection and preparation of thematic papers

  • Formation of a Core Group for Coordination

  • Identification of data sources, its collection - both primary and secondary data.

  • Identification of areas requiring primary survey

  • Block level Sensitization Workshops in identified blocks

  • Identification of GPs for sensitization and  preparation of Human Development Plans

  • Preparation of district specific identified theme papers/draft reports by the Working Groups.

  • Periodic progress review of preparation of DHDRs

  • Sharing of Working Group reports in the District level meetings

  

  • District Planning Committee meeting on working group reports and sharing of observation/ comments

 

  • Preparation of the Draft DHDR by the lead Coordinator/s

 

District functionaries sensitized

Lead Coordinator identified

Working Groups formed

Core Group formed

Data sources identified

Areas for primary survey identified

Data collected

 Block level functionaries aware of HD concerns and priorities

GP identified for HD plan

Identified GP functionaries  aware of HD concerns and priorities

Theme papers / Draft contents prepared

Progress reviewed periodically

 District level functionaries and others aware of development in report preparation and provides their feedback

DPC  aware of development in  report preparation and provides their feedback

Draft DHDR prepared

Draft DHDR shared at the district level

Draft DHDR shared at the state level

 

April-June-07

April-June-07

April-June-07

April-June-07

May-June-07

May-June-07

May-August 07

May-July 07

 

May-July 07

August-October 07

 March, June, October 07

Aug-07

Sept-07

 

Sept-07

 Oct-07

 

Oct-07

 Oct-07

Oct-07

 

1.ISI
 

2.Local academic Instt./ universities

3.ATI                            

4.Riddhi

5. SIPRD

6. ILGUS

7. IIT, Kharagpore

 

Reflection in the District Plan & Plans prepared by rural & urban local bodies from 2008-09 onwards.

1.
District-level
HDR- Follow up on the Two DHDRs prepared in 2006  

 

  • Sharing of the Draft at the District Planning Committee
  • Sharing of the draft with the HDRCC
  • Incorporating changes in the draft on the basis of inputs from experts attached with the HDRCC
  • Preparation of the Final Report

 

  • Publication of the Final Reports

 

  • Preparation and printing of vernacular version of the two DHDRs - Bankura and Malda
  • State-level workshop - Sharing Bankura & Malda DHDR

 

Dissemination of the two DHDRs with other districts.

 

Changes incorporated

Final Report prepared

Final Report printed

 

Publication of vernacular version and  the English versions of DHDR Bankura and Malda

 

Findings of the DHDRs shared at the State level and the

district level

 

 Nov-07

By 15th Dec-07

7.03.07

 

7.03.07

 

April 07

 

May 07

 

 

 

2.
Engendering Plan for Human Development

1. Setting up of Gender Resource Centre (GRC)-work as a nodal agency

2. Identification of Gender components  of schemes of related Departments through interaction with Gender Resource Centre (GRC);

3. Identification of Gender components PRI/ULB wise (based on activity mapping) through interaction with GRC;

4. Opening of heads of accounts by such department/bodies for Gender related schemes

5. Budget provisioning by such departments/local bodies.

6. Mapping of sector specific Gender budget provisioning & its dissemination to all programme partners

7. Monitoring of Gender plan implementation at all levels

8.  Outcome assessment of Gender plan of departments/DPCs & PRI & ULB and also by GRC;

9. Social audit and impact of Gender Plan by identified Women Activists Groups, Women research bodies, Women NGOs.

10. Formats to develop for collection of Gender disaggregated data,

11. Capacity building for quality performance on Gender planning at all levels

12. Advocacy  for Gender mainstreaming  at districts

13. publication of a compendium of all rules related to women and all available schemes(including those central sector/national institute sponsored schemes

14. Publication of Annual Performance Report

 

1) Gender component incorporated in State & District plans and also to all plans by Panchayats & Municipalities, 

2) Development of toolkits, manuals for gender focused training

3)Periodical monitoring report of Gender plan implementation

4) Formats developed for collection of Gender disaggregated data

5) Collection of disaggregated data on gender, its publication and sharing it with all partners working in the field of Gender Equity.

6) Reports of outcome assessment / impact studies of Gender plan shared with all programme partners

7) Publication of social audit & outcome assessment –

8) Direction for Gender Plan for the next year by the State Planning Board / District Planning Committees,

9) Publication of a compendium

10) Sharing of the Annual Performance Report with all stakeholders.

 

1. GRC- by 31st March

2. By 31st April

 

3. By 31st May

  

4.By March 07

  

5. By April 07

 6. By May 07

 

7. On Quarterly basis

8. By Nov 07 

9. By end-Dec- 07 

10. By May 07 

11. By Nov-07

 

12. By June-07

 

13. By 30th June-07

14. On completion of a year.

 

ATI- GRC  

 

HDRCC

  

HDRCC,

  

HDRCC,

  

GRC,

 

 

GRC,

GRC

 

 

SPB, DPCs

   

GRC,

 

GRC

Published Gender plan to be a basic document for effective implementation, monitoring and demand for addressing uncovered areas for the next year by Women activists/Women groups

3.

Capacity Building of State Planners for Human Development

 

1. Integrate with HD TOT project of UNDP through ATI, WB and with capacity building  programme for poverty reduction under DFID on Education and ARD

2. TNA for concerned departments/ districts

3. TOT for social sector line departments / districts on Human Development.

4. Organising training on HD at decentralized level 

5.Gram++ GIS application for new   &  existing NRDMS centres

 

1.  HD approach further refined in the Annual Plan 2008-09 and reflected in up scaled budget provisioning during 2008-09          2.ATI’s training module further fine tuned with reference to need of State Planners and others.

3. One functionary in each of the decentralized local bodies turned out to be HD promotion agent

 

By April 07

By Aug-07

 

By Oct-07

 

HDRCC,

WB  

ATI, WB

Other resource Institutions

 

Improved quality of Plans and Budgets with  human development focus
4.
Compilation, Documentation and dissemination of Best Practices

1. Collection of case studies on Success as well as Distress stories from programme partners.                          
2. Selection of model case studies based on objective criteria

3. Arranging for its dissemination either in print form or on film format

4. Assessing the effectiveness of such intervention for improvement of the related qualities of work    
 5.Dissemination in Web-site.

 

1. Compilation of Best Practices published and disseminated

2. Documentary films prepared and disseminated


3. Evaluation on the end use of the products

 

Ongoing activity

By Aug-07

By Oct 07

 

By Dec-07

 

Ongoing

 

ATI                                     

Natyapritana

Theatre  group,

Roop Kala Kendra / Film maker               

 

Prayas, Pune

 

Effective replication of those practices as per local need in furtherance of  Human Development
5.
Advocacy for HD & Dissemination of HD messages


1. Photographic competition on Human Development issues

 

2.Development of Cartoons on Human Development and Exhibition with the cartoons 

3. Essay, art, photography, poster with slogans, quiz competition for school students

4. Colloquia/ Seminars/ Debates at College level on HD issues  

5. Institution of award for reporting on HD issues;

 6. Advocacy with media on HD

  7.  People’s theatre on HD issues- performance by eminent theatre groups in the villages  

 8. Publication and dissemination of reports of different studies on HD as undertaken during 2006-07

 9. Collection of Research outcomes of Universities/Institutions on HD and its publication,

10. Coordination & convergence of advocacy related initiatives with other HD partners.

 

1. Photographs depicting HD issues

 2.Cartoons based posters on HD issues prepared and exhibited 

3. Collection of articles, pictures and other contributions from students received through competition

4. Seminar papers

5 &6.  HD coverage in media

7. Street Plays organised at the village level.

8. Sharing of findings of thematic studies & recommendation with the stakeholders

9. publication of the collected HD related research findings with reference to West Bengal and sharing with concerned programme partners/ nodal departments.

 

10. Coordination and convergence achieved.

 

 1- Aug-07

2. Apr-07

3. June-07

4. Oct-07

5. Aug-07

6. Ongoing

7. Apr-07

8. By Nov-07

9. Ongoing activity

10. Continuing activity

HDRCC 

 CINI

Media Agencies

I&CA  Deptt.

Other Resource Ins

Faculties of  Univer-sities/ Institutes

 

Regular reference in policy debates and in the media on components of HD; Students fora debates on HD issues
6.
 Strengthening of Statistical System

1. Identification of nodal person of the related departments at the state /district/sub district in charge of statistics related jobs having linkage with HD related data and building an informal team.

2.  Development of formats for collection of Human development related data from the departments, district & sub district level in close interaction with HDRCC/Asstt. Director, BAE&S.     

 3. Organizing tie up support services with all decentralized level HD related programme partners wherever required.

4. Organising workshop with such informal team and BAE&S at State and district level on health, education and income/consumption for collection, dissemination and analysis of data. 

5. Organising  Periodical meetings    

6. Collection of SRS data (district wise)on health and demography 

7. Collection of educational data form SSA agencies (district wise). 

8. Collection of income/consumption related data from NSS 61st round (district wise)

9. Data analysis of Economic Census 2005 for each of the rural and urban local bodies. 

10. Data analysis of Household survey (rural/urban) 2005 and sharing with decentralized Planning bodies (DPC/ ULB/ RLB).  

11. Capacity building of the statistical team /officials –concept and methodology of district and sub district level estimation

12.Development of Web based application for generation HD statistics, procurement of hardware  

 

1. listing of such functionaries and building up an interactive informal team

 

2. Sharing of formats with the programme partners.

 

3. Periodical report available on time as per format

4. analyzing gaps in presentation of reports

 

5. Sharing of analysed data with programme partners

 

6. Publication of SRS data on health & demography district wise

7. Publication  of Education related data district wise

8. Publication of Income/ consumption related data at district level

9. Sharing analysed data with RLB /ULB

10. Sharing analysed & published data, district wise, with DPC/ ULBs and RLBs.

 

11.  Estimation at district and sub district level

 12. Web based dissemination of HD statistics

 
 

1. March -07 

2. April -07 

3. June-07 

4. July – Sept -07 

5. Oct -07 

6. Oct -07 

7.By 30th June 

8. By 30th June 

9. By 30th June 

10. By 30th June
11.by 31st October

Health & Family Welfare Department 

School Education Department

IT Department

Webel

 
1. Use of HD related data on  Health, Education and Income/Consumption at decentralized level for programme correction by Programme partners

2. Development of culture of use of HD related data for Plan formulation, implementation, outcome monitoring.