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Government of Sindh

Planning and Development Department

PC- 1

BBSYDP
Benazir Bhutto Shaheed Youth Development Programme

“Training for Social Mobilizers through Rural


Support Organizations & Micro Finance Banks”

Project Cost: Rs. 300.00 Million

Prepared by:
Public Private Partnership Unit (PPPU)
Planning & Development Department

August 2008

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Government of Sindh
Planning & Development Department
PC-I Form
1. Name of the Project Benazir Bhutto Shaheed Youth Development Programme -
Training for Social Mobilizers (SMs) through Rural
Support Organizations (RSOs) and Micro Finance Banks
(MFBs)
2. Location Sindh Province
3. Authority responsible for :
i. Sponsoring Agency Planning & Development Department, Govt. of Sindh.
ii. Execution P&D Deptt. through
(a) Rural Support Organizations
(b) Micro finance Banks/ Institutions (MFBs/ MFIs).
iii. Operation and N.A.
Maintenance
iv. Concerned Federal Ministry of Culture, Tourism & Youth Affairs.
Ministry
4 Plan Provision
(a)
i. If the project is included Included in ADP 2008-09 at Sr. No. 1397 with allocation of
in the plan specify actual Rs.150.00 million
allocation
ii. If not included in the N.A.
current plan, what
warrants its inclusion and
how is it now proposed to
be accommodated
iii. If project is proposed N.A.
to be financed out of
block provision indicate
Provision in the current Rs.150.00 million allocation in ADP 2008-09
(b) year
5. Project objectives and its The main objective of this project is to create a cadre of skilled
relationship with sectoral Social Mobilizers capable of fostering community organization
objectives for undertaking participatory development.

The project is related with the Poverty Alleviation sub sector.


6. Description, justification The Government of Pakistan and Government of Sindh have
and technical parameters both assigned a very high priority and commitment to poverty
reduction, which is an overarching objective of all the
development programmes that has been announced by the
new Government in the Federal and Provincial Budgets for
2008-09.

Keeping in view that Pakistan is required to bring the poverty


incidence to 13 % by 2015 under the obligations of the Millennium
Development Goals, the new initiatives announced by the Sindh
Chief Minister while announcing the Provincial Budget for the fiscal
year 2008-09 are to be implemented through the execution of two
strategies.

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On a short term basis, the Government of Sindh has planned to
put in place a mechanism where it wants to reduce poverty
through providing some financial support and at the same time
to develop skills for the unemployed Youth enabling them to get
employment.

On the medium term basis, the Government of Sindh wants to


concentrate on encouraging investment and growth especially
in small and medium scale industry, raise agricultural
productivity, attract investment in different sectors and create an
environment for improving service industry in different ways.

It had been announced that in order to meet the above two


strategies the Government of Sindh would implement the
following development initiatives:-
a) Poverty Reduction & Skill Development Measures
b) Strengthening Social Sector Investment and Improving
Service Delivery
c) Urban Revitalization
d) Raising Agriculture Productivity
e) Encouraging Industrial Growth
f) Expand Energy Sector
g) Developing Coal Resources
h) Expanding Use of IT in Government

Through the implementation of above-mentioned development


initiatives the Government of Sindh has planned to introduce economic
reforms, which have a holistic approach for reducing poverty.

The broad features of poverty reduction strategy focusing on a


holistic approach include high economic growth, improvement
in governance, investment in human capital and social safety
net. In order to target especially for the destitute and chronically
poor rural population Social Mobilization remains an important
tool for poverty reduction.

The development initiatives are guided by a set of activities,


which the Government of Sindh intends to implement at the
Union Council level and for which it intends to undertake a
long term partnership with Rural Support Organizations
(RSOs) working in Sindh for assisting the Government of
Sindh in implementing a comprehensive Poverty Reduction
program throughout Sindh. A copy of the UC based level
development plan presented is at Annexure A.

The application of the current PC-1 will surely depend on the


approval of the UC level development plan in the selected
districts for which trained and experienced Social Mobilizers
would be needed to scale-up social mobilization activities.

Masters candidates would be selected for undergoing the


training of male social organizer and minimum graduates for
undergoing training as female social organizers. The
candidates having Masters or Graduate degree in social
sciences would be preferred during selection.

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Statement showing district wise number of trainees to be
selected for training is placed at Annexure B.
Each candidate will be trained for a period of six months and for
the duration of the training be paid a stipend while the RSPs
Training Chapter will provide boarding and lodging during their
stay with them for the classroom based training while the RSP
itself will make boarding arrangements in their field offices
during field attachment for practical on-job training. For outline
of training programme please see Annexure C.
It is expected that all the participants that successfully
complete the training and qualify to become social mobilizers
will likely be absorbed within the RSPs subject to approval of
the UC level development plan by the Government of Sindh
for implementation in the selected districts.
It is estimated that 696 males and 696 females candidates
would be trained as per break up of Social Mobilizers (SMs)
given hereunder: -
SM 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year Total
Female 232 232 232 696
Male 232 232 232 696
Total 464 464 464 1,392

The modus operandi of this programme would be:-


a. Publication for EOIs;
b. Short listing and selection of participating Training Institutions;
c. Contract with participating Training Institutions;
Release of funds to selected Training Institution
7. Capital cost estimates Rs.300.00 million
i) Indicate date of estimation
of project cost. August, 2008
ii) Basis of Estimates Based on previous work by the RSPs for training social
mobilizers (see Annexure D)
iii) Provide year wise estimates
of physical activities by
main components. See at “Annexure D”
iv) Phasing of Capital st nd rd Total
Activity 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year Total
Cost %
cost Sub-Total
(Programme 86,552,240 86,552,240 86,552,240 259,656,720 86.6
Interventions)
Institutes
Management &
Implementation 8,655,224 8,655,224 8,655,224 25,965,672 8.7
Costs (10 % of
Programme Cost)
PMU-TSM
Management Costs
2,700,000 3,564,000 4,312,440 10,576,440 3.5

Third Party
Monitoring Costs
952,075 952,075 952,075 2,856,224 1.0

Sub-Total
(Execution Costs)
12,307,299 13,171,299 13,919,739 39,398,336 13.1

Miscellaneous 1140461 276461 -471979 944,944 0.3


Grand Total 100,000,000 100,000,000 100,000,000 300,000,000 100.0

For details see at “Annexure E and F”

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8. Annual operating and Not applicable
maintenance cost after
completion of the project
9. Demand and supply See Item # 6 of the PC-I.
10. Financial plan and mode
of financing ADP of Sindh Government.
11. Project benefits and All the trainees who successfully complete the training will be
analysis gainfully employed in the Rural Support Programmes (RSPs,
i) Financial Micro Finance Institutions, NGOs and donor supported
projects that have a component for community mobilization.
Their employment with the Rural Support Organizations after
completion of the training is subject to approval and release of
funds by the Government of Sindh to the RSPs for
implementing the Union Council based holistic package
including projects/ initiatives to be undertaken either through
the short or the medium term strategies spelt out in the budget
speech.
ii) Economic The social mobilization done by the trained social mobilizers will
create a strong social and economic capital of organised
communities. This not only has implications for stronger service
delivery but will also lead to cohesive community organisations,
which is essential for the development of a just and equitable
society.
iii) Social Once trained and gainfully employed in the RSPs NGOs and
donor funded projects and social mobilization carried out by
the trainees the following objectives are likely to be achieved:-
¾ Mobilisation of 1.00 million poor rural households i.e. 7
million rural population into more than 65,000 community
organisations
¾ The involvement of poor communities in their own
development through micro-planning;
¾ The creation of a delivery and receiving mechanism for
public sector line departments to deliver the regular PSDP;
¾ The creation of a large grassroots cadre of community
activists through a sustained capacity building programme.

iv) Environment Social Mobilizers shall create environment awareness among


the rural population. The project does not have any adverse
effect on the environment.

12. Implementation Schedule


i) Starting and completion August, 2008 – June, 2011

ii) Year wise


implementation See Item # 7 (iv) of PC-I (Annexure E and F).
schedule
13. Management Structure & The project will require a formal separate management
Manpower requirements structure. Public & Private Partnership Unit (PPPU) of the
P&D Department shall oversee the implementation of the
schemes through Project Management Unit (PMU). The
organogram is placed at Annexure G The unit will coordinate
and monitor the project under the supervision of Special
Secretary (Dev.) of P&D Department.

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A Programme Steering Committee (PSC) is proposed to be
constituted to monitor and provide policy guidance. It will have
ACS (Dev.), P&D Department, Secretaries of Education,
Health and Women Development Departments, a
representative of Academia, a representative of FPCCI and
representatives of Corporate Sector etc. as members.

A Technical Committee comprising of P&D Department,


representative of FPCCI, Academia, Civil Society and
Corporate Sector will also be constituted. The committee
would develop a criteria and seek guidance from PPPU to
recommend/ shortlist the proposals submitted by Civil Society
Organizations/ Corporate Sector.

The project shall be executed by CSOs (including Corporate


Sector) who shall use their manpower. A third party monitoring
shall be carried out after the completion of the project to see
whether the objectives and targets of the project have been
achieved.
14. Additional Similar projects on the ADP 08-09 shall reinforce this project.
projects/decisions
required to optimize the
investment being
undertaken in the
project.

15. Certified that the project proposal has been prepared on the basis of instructions
provided by the Planning Commission for the preparation of PC-I for Social Sector
projects.

Prepared by: ____________________ Checked by: _________________________


Chief PPP Unit, P&DD Special Secretary (Dev), P&DD

Approved by: _______________________


Secretary (Planning), P&DD

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Annexure

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List of Annexes

Annex Title
No
A UC Based Level Development Plan
B District wise Number of Trainees to be Selected for Training
C RSPs Social Mobilizers Internship Programme
D Cost of Training per Trainee based on RSOs Previous Experience
E Phasing of Capital Cost
F Indicative Estimated Costs of Training of Social Mobilizers
G Project and Public Private Partnership Unit (PPPU)
H PMU Training of Social Mobilizers Cost Estimates

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Annexure A

UC Based Level Development Plan

Sr # Activities Details Investment portfolio

Income generating grants for 54 grants/UC per year for 5


1,350,000
1 destitutes years of 5,000 Rs. each
175 Hhds get subsidized
CIF managed by communities 2,625,000
2 loans/year @15,000/loan
824 scholarships of 25,000
Scholarships for VTP each @25,000 per 20,600,000
3 scholarship
Community physical 20 schemes/year for 5 years
35,000,000
infrastructure @ 350,000 per scheme
4
18 M per UC (Rasool pur
Quality education for all 18,000,000
5 model)
Health insurance through Rs. 250 per Hhds/year for 5
6 Adamjee (Indoor) years 4,206,250
Linked BHU management (PPHI)
On going
7 for outdoor -
556 loans by NRSP MF Bank
Micro Credit
8 (Sindh Chapter) per year -
175 Cos, 30 trained service
RSP social mobilization, training
providers in Agric., livestock
of service providers & project
and health plus project
management
9 management for 5 years 8,375,000
Total 90,156,250

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Annexure B

District wise quota for Selection of Social Mobilizers

S. No. District %age candidates Total Trainees


1 Sukkur 3.81 53
2 Khairpur 7.36 102
3 Naushero 4.68 65
4 Ghotki 4.61 64
5 Larkana 3.44 48
6 Shahdadkot 3.32 46
7 Shikarpur 3.62 50
8 Jacobabad 2.67 37
9 Kashmore 2.60 36
Total (SRSO Districts) 36.11 503
1 Tharparkar 3.49 49
2 Umarkot 3.47 48
3 Jamshoro 2.96 41
4 Dadu 3.65 51
Total (TRDP Districts) 13.57 189
1 Mirpurkhas 3.78 53
2 Nawabshah 3.29 46
3 Badin 4.58 64
4 Thatta 9.37 130
5 Matiari 1.57 22
6 Tando Allah Yar 1.53 21
7 Tando Mohd Khan 1.56 22
8 Hyderabad 2.81 39
9 Sanghar 5.89 82
10 Karachi (Urban) 15.94 222
Total (NRSP Districts) 50.32 700
23 Grand Total 100 1,392

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Annexure C

RSPs Social Mobilizers Internship Programme


Objectives
The objectives of Internship training Programme:
• To Orient the participants about concept and theory of participatory development.
• To understand field applications of community mobilization processes and packages.
• To understand about the principles of participatory development and its implementation
in the field.
• To learn code of conduct and discipline required for participatory development
• To learn how to develop coordination and good working relation with different
departments
• Human and financial management at community level, umbrella organization level
(VDOs and LSOs)
• To learn to use tools for undertaking need assessment and poverty ranking.

Training Methodology
The training will be highly field-oriented employing the following methods:

1. Experienced social scientist, practitioners and training experts will lead sessions on
related topics.
2. Through peer learning methods, participants will learn from each other and share
practical lessons learned and best practice from their experiences.
3. Hands on practical task oriented exercises, including learning applications, practical
sessions, will provide participants with the opportunity to apply relevant concepts and
methods in their future work.
4. Participatory and group discussions methods will help participants discuss review and
critique each others ideas.
5. Dialogues, report writing and SO diary writing techniques
6. Relevant field visit to see application of participatory Development approach.

Steps of the Internship Programme

Step 1: Orientation Training Workshop 15 days


Step 2 Field attachment (Social Mobilization) 30 days
Step 3: Effective Communication and Presentation skills 05 days
Step 4: Sectoral Training (NRM) 07 days
Step 5: Sectoral Training (RCED) 07 days
Step 6: Field attachments(NRM & RCED) 20 days
Step 7: Gender Awareness Training 04 days
Step 8: Sectoral Training (HRD) 07 days
Step 9: Sectoral Training (Enterprise Development) 07 days
Step 10: Sectoral Training (PITD) 07 days
Step11 Field attachments (HRD, Ent. Dev & PITD) 30 days
Step 12: Conflict Resolution Training 04 days
Step 13: Sectoral Training (Social Sector Services) 07 days
Step 14: Sectoral Training (MER) 07 days
Step 15 Field attachments (SSS & MER) 20 days
Step 16: Final presentations and assessment 05 days
Total 180 Days

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Orientation Training Workshop

This will be a 15 days, classroom training which includes concepts like social mobilization, rural
development theories, approaches to participatory development, tools for rural appraisal,
Planning and Monitoring skills, Productive Linkages, Role of micro credit in development,
Different models and practices of RSPs issues relating to Gender and development etc.

The workshop includes a diverse range of topics relating to social mobilization that are
considered to be basic knowledge which are a must for the participants to know and the
following topics were taught:

• Social Organization and Participatory Development (Philosophy, Concept and Practice)


• What, Why and How Community Organization
• How to Conduct and Record CO Meetings
• A Social Organizer as a Catalyst
• Why Activist?
• First Dialogue
• NFR/ Diary Writing
• Sectoral Introduction-Rural Credit and Enterprise Development (RCED)
• Field Visit to Kotli and Sehnsa (Refer to Annexure D)
• Situation Analysis
• Sectoral Introduction- Natural Resource Management (NRM)
• Role of Savings and it Productive Use
• Productive Linkages
• Sectoral Introduction – Finance and Accounts (F&A)
• Credit Appraisal Techniques
• Sectoral Introduction – Physical Infrastructure and Technology Development (PITD)
• Effective Communication
• Sectoral Introduction – Monitoring Evaluation and Research (MER)
• Need assessment and poverty ranking
• Gender Sensitivity
• Conflict Resolution
• Sectoral Introduction – Integrated Rural Management (IRM)
• Emotional Intelligence
• Group Dynamics
• Record Keeping at FU level
• Motivation Skills
• Sectoral Introduction - Social Sector Services (SSS)
• Management Information System (MIS)

Sectoral Attachments/ Training

After completion of Orientation Training Workshop the participants will be attached to their
concerned sectors for 7 Days on job training, regarding their working, their importance and the
social mobilization process and procedures to be followed for implementing different sectoral
interventions will be given. The sectors to be focused upon are: Natural Resources
Management (NRM), Rural Micro Finance (RCED), Human Resources Development (HRD),
Enterprise Development (Ent. Dev.), Physical Infrastructure and Technology Development
(PITD), Social Sector Services (SSS) and Monitoring & Reporting (MER).

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Field Attachment

All professional will be exposed to field by placing them in different field units to see the
community development and different projects in a holistic approach for 100 days. This will
allow them to learn about all operations, Process of different developmental activities,
management at a field unit, District and Regional level.

Effective Presentation and Communication Skill Training

Selected interns will be prepared for the future assignments by exposing them to a 4 days
workshop for improving their Effective communication & presentation skills.

Gender Awareness, Budgeting & Targeting Training

Selected interns will be prepared for the future assignments by exposing them to a 4 days
workshop raising their awareness about gender and its importance since gender remains cross
cutting throughout the social mobilization process.

Conflict Resolution Training

Selected interns will be prepared for the future assignments by exposing them to a 4 days
workshop to teach them skills to facilitate communities in resolving conflicts amongst
themselves without going into litigation or arbitration.

Final Presentation and Assessment

Anticipated Outcome
• At the conclusion of training the participants will be able to Identify the critical steps
involved in formation of community organization and role of different development
sectors,
• Through class room learning and sect oral training the participant will be able to list the
principles of social mobilization, explain participatory development and skill
enhancement & sect oral interventions (identification & prioritization of needs, planning,
implementation, monitoring & impact assessment),
• Through hands on training the participant will have mastered the basics of computer
and sectoral MIS.
• Demonstrate a mastery of appropriate tools for rural appraisal and monitoring, including
preparation of action plans,
• Using learnt principles of team building, they will be able to explain the process of group
dynamics on the teams. Demonstrate understanding of usefulness of effective
communication and presentation skills,
• Participants will be able to generate required analysis reports from MIS

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Annexure D-1

Cost of Training per Trainee based


on RSPs Previous Experience
Classroom Training

Boardi Participant # of
# of Training Lodging Participant Cost/
Expenditure Head ng Travel Participa Total Cost
days Cost Costs Stipend Participant
Costs Cost nts
Orientation
Training
Workshop
Step -1 (OTW) 16 25,000 4,000 16,800 4,000 3,472 53,272 1,392 74,154,624
Effective
Communication
and
Presentation
Step -3 Skills Training 5 10,000 4,000 5,250 1,000 1,085 21,335 1,392 29,698,320
Gender
Awareness
Step -7 Training 4 10,000 4,000 4,200 1,000 868 20,068 1,392 27,934,656
Conflict
Step - Resolution
12 Training 4 10,000 4,000 4,200 1,000 868 20,068 1,392 27,934,656
Final
presentations
Step - and
16 assessment 2 10,000 4,000 2,100 1,000 434 17,534 1,392 24,407,328

Total
31 65,000 20,000 32,550 8,000 6,727 132,277 1,392 184,129,584

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Annexure D-2

On Job Training (Field Attachment)

Boardi Participant # of
# of Training Lodging Participant Cost/
Expenditure Head ng Travel Participa Total Cost
days Cost Costs Stipend Participant
Costs Cost nts
Field
attachment-I
(Social
Mobilization 30
days) - Field
Step -2 Unit 30 - 3,750 - 300 6,510 10,560 1,392 14,699,520
Sectoral
Training
(Attachment) -
Step -4 NRM 7 - 875 - 300 1,519 2,694 1,392 3,750,048
Sectoral
Training
(Attachment) -
Step -5 RCED 7 - 875 - 300 1,519 2,694 1,392 3,750,048
Field
attachment-II
(NRM and
RCED- 10 days
each) - Field
Step -6 Unit 20 - 2,500 - 300 4,340 7,140 1,392 9,938,880
Sectoral
Training
(Attachment) -
Step -8 HRD 7 - 875 - 300 1,519 2,694 1,392 3,750,048
Sectoral
Training
(Attachment) -
Enterprise
Step -9 Development 7 - 875 - 300 1,519 2,694 1,392 3,750,048
Sectoral
Training
Step - (Attachment) -
10 PITD 7 - 875 - 300 1,519 2,694 1,392 3,750,048
Field
attachment-III
(HRD,
Enterprise Dev
and PITD 10
Step - days each) -
11 Field Unit 30 - 3,750 - 300 6,510 10,560 1,392 14,699,520
Sectoral
Training
(Attachment) -
Step - Social Sector
13 Services 7 - 875 - 300 1,519 2,694 1,392 3,750,048
Sectoral
Training
Step - (Attachment) -
14 MER 7 - 875 - 300 1,519 2,694 1,392 3,750,048
Field
attachment-IV
(MER and SSS
Step - 10 days each) -
15 Field Unit 20 - 2,500 - 300 4,340 7,140 1,392 9,938,880

Total 149 - 18,625 - 3,300 32,333 54,258 1,392 75,527,136

Grand Total 180 65,000 38,625 32,550 11,300 39,060 186,535 2,784 259,656,720

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Annexure E

Phasing of Capital Cost

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Total


Activities
2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Cost %
Sub-Total (Programme
86,552,240 86,552,240 86,552,240 259,656,720 86.6
Interventions)

Institutes Management &


Implementation Costs (10 % 8,655,224 8,655,224 8,655,224 25,965,672 8.7
of Programme Cost)

PMU-TSM Management
2,700,000 3,564,000 4,312,440 10,576,440 3.5
Costs

Third Party Monitoring Costs 952,075 952,075 952,075 2,856,224 1.0

Sub-Total (Execution Costs) 12,307,299 13,171,299 13,919,739 39,398,336 13.1 13.1

Miscellaneous 1140461 276461 -471979 944,944 0.3

Grand Total 100,000,000 100,000,000 100,000,000 300,000,000 100.0

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Annexure F

Indicative Estimated Costs of Training of Social Mobilizers

Rate/ Year 1 (2008-09) Year 2 (2009-10) Year 3 (2010-11) Total


Activity
% Qty/No Amount Qty/No Amount Qty/No Amount Qty/No Amount

Training of Female
186,535 232 43,276,120 232 43,276,120 232 43,276,120 696 129,828,360
Social Mobilizers

Training of Male
186,535 232 43,276,120 232 43,276,120 232 43,276,120 696 129,828,360
Social

Sub-Total (Social
464 464 464 86,552,240 1,392 259,656,720
Mobilizers) 86,552,240 86,552,240

Management Costs
(10 % of Program 10 8,655,224 8,655,224 8,655,224 25,965,672
Cost)
Sub-Total Cost
3.5 2,700,000 3,564,000 4,312,440 10,576,440
[PMU-BBSYDP-TSM]

Third Party
0.9 952,075 952,075 952,075 2,856,224
Monitoring Costs

Sub-Total
13.1 12,307,299 13,171,299 13,919,739 39,398,336
(Execution Costs)

Miscellaneous 0.3 1,140,461 276,461 -471,979

Grand Total 100,000,000 100,000,000 100,000,000 300,000,000

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Annexure G-1

PROJECT (TSM) AND PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP UNIT (PPPU)

The PPPU will be established in the Planning & Development Department, Government of
Sindh, Karachi for proper coordination of the Project. PPPU will be responsible for regular
monitoring of the programme at the District and Provincial level; and to collect and
consolidate monthly progress report regarding physical interventions undertaken and
financial utilization of funds.

Organogram
Programme Coordinator
PPPU

Manager Community
Development (1396)

Programme Officer
(Male)

Programme Officer
(Female)

Driver

Office Attendant

Function of PPP Unit

The Planning and Development Department will carry out through its PPP Unit the supervision,
monitoring and coordination of the Project, while the Management Team is to be deployed will
assist in identification, short listing, implementation and internal monitoring of the programme.
The Standing Committee on the CSR, Federation of Chamber of Commerce and Industry
(FPCCI) would assist the PPPU in linking the Corporate Sector with the programme according
to the work plan approved by the Steering Committee.

Formation of Steering Committee and Technical Committee


The Programme will be supervised at the following two levels:
a) Programme Steering Committee (PSC):
A Steering Committee comprising the of Secretaries P&D, Education, Health, Culture,
Tourism Youth Affairs and Women Development Departments, a representative of
Academia, representatives of Civil Society Organizations and Corporate Sector etc. as
members will be set up by P&D Department.

The CSOs/ Corporate Sector will work in close coordination with the PSC, which will provide
leadership and guidance to steer the programme activities successfully.

b) Technical Committee of the PPP Unit:


A Technical Committee comprising of P&D Department, representatives Academia, Civil
Society and Corporate Sector will also be set up, which would review the short listing and
evaluation made by the Management Team and recommend proposals submitted by Civil
Society Organizations/ Corporate Sector to the Steering Committee for approval.

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Annexure G-2

Advertisement and Marketing of the Programme

Advertisements for the programme for different activities as envisaged under the Project will be
prominently placed in the leading newspapers in English, Urdu and Sindhi to give the project
maximum publicity.

Further dissemination of information about this innovative and challenging project will be done through
media and subsequent news reports in various newspapers as well as on web site.

Short listing/ Selection

The PPPU will develop criteria and indicators for scrutiny and short listing of the applications.
Once the applications have been short listed by the Management Team and Technical
Committee, the same will be put up to the Steering Committee for selection and approval of
training institutes.
The short listed CSOs will give a detailed presentation on the intervention on the interventions under
proposed project; provide justification for each activity and how these activities and interventions
would give benefit to communities. The CSOs would also ensure to devise the strategy for
sustainability of the project.

Signing of Agreements with partner organizations and commencement of their work

After the candidates have been short listed and their selection approved by the Steering
Committee, a contract will be signed with them outlining the specific areas of their
responsibilities, as well as ensure strict adherence to the timelines specified in the project.
Monitoring and Evaluation

During the implementation of the project activities PPPU will be responsible for ongoing course
correction and periodic reporting.

The monitoring of the programme will be done internally as well as through professionals hired
from market for this purpose to ensure transparent and proper utilization of public resources.

End of the Project internal evaluation

Using the data gathered during the implementation of the project activities and with further tools
developed for monitoring and evaluation along with Management Team, the PPP Unit will
conduct an internal mid-term and end of the project evaluation.

Third Party Monitoring of the Project

Third party monitoring of the project will be conducted by a reliable organization.

Using the data gathered during the implementation of the project activities and with further tools
developed for monitoring and evaluation along with Management Team, the PPP Unit will conduct
an internal mid-term and end of the project evaluation.

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Annexure H

PMU Training of Social Mobilizers Cost Estimates


Year 1 (2008-09) Year 2 (2009-10) Year 3 (2010-11) Total
Description #
Amount
Rate Duration Amount Duration Amount Duration Amount

Project Management Unit - Capacity Building Project [PMU-TSMP]

Manager (TSMP) 1 10 12 12 3,917,200


100,000 1,000,000 1,320,000 1,597,200
Programme Officer
2 10 12 12 5,484,080
(male+female) 70,000 1,400,000 1,848,000 2,236,080
Driver 1 10 12 12 587,580
15,000 150,000 198,000 239,580
Office Attendant 1 10 12 12 587,580
15,000 150,000 198,000 239,580
Sub Total (Personnel-PMU-TSMP) 2,700,000 3,564,000 4,312,440 10,576,440
CAPITAL COST (PMU-TSMP)
Computers (3) 3 50,000 150,000 - - - - 150,000
Printer 1 22,000 22,000 - - - - 22,000
Color Printer 1 5,000 80,000 - - - - 80,000
UPS 3 8,000 24,000 - - - - 24,000
Photocopier 1 50,000 50,000 - - - - 50,000
Digital Camera 1 15,000 15,000 - - - - 15,000
USBs 3 1,000 3,000 - - - - 3,000
Phones 3 15,000 45,000 - - - - 45,000
Vehicle 1 1,000,000 1,000,000 - - - - 1,000,000
Furniture 3 40,000 120,000 - - - - 120,000
Airconditioners (Split Units) 1 25,000 25,000 - - - - 25,000

Sub Total (Capital Costs) 1,534,000 - - - - 1,534,000

OPERATIONAL COST
POL of Vehicles 1 25,000 10 250,000 12 330,000 12 399,300 979,300
Repair and Maintenance 1 3,000 10 30,000 12 39,600 12 47,916 117,516
Newspaper/ Books etc. 1 2,500 10 25,000 12 33,000 12 39,930 97,930
Stationery 1 10,000 10 100,000 12 132,000 12 159,720 391,720

Printing & Publication


Charges (Periodicals/ 1 50,000 10 500,000 12 660,000 12 798,600 1,958,600
Reports/ Articles/ Papers etc.)

Office Supplies 1 6,000 10 60,000 12 79,200 12 95,832 235,032


Meetings and Conferences 1 10,000 10 100,000 12 132,000 12 159,720 391,720
Advertisement Costs 1 800,000 1 800,000 1 880,000 1 1,064,800 2,744,800
Travel Costs 1 30,000 10 300,000 12 396,000 12 479,160 1,175,160
Unforeseen 1 5000 10 50,000 12 66,000 12 79,860 195,860

Sub Total (Operational Costs) 2,215,000 2,747,800 3,324,838 8,287,638

Total Cost Personnel [PMU-TSMP] 2,700,000 3,564,000 4,312,440 10,576,440

Total Capital Cost PMU-TSMP 1,534,000 - - 1,534,000

Total Operational Cost 2,215,000 2,747,800 3,324,838 8,287,638

Grand Total Cost of PMU-TSMP 6,449,000 - 6,311,800 - 7,637,278 20,398,078

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