THIRD PARTY MONITORING OF THE NATIONAL – SOCIAL INVESTMENT PROGRAM

CFID Taraba was engaged by the office of the vice president through the Action Aid Nigerian as third party monitors of the National social investment program being implemented across the country

The scope of the partnership will cover monitoring of implementation of three of the N-SIP within TARABA State namely:

  • Job Creation Programme (N-Power)
    • Enrolment and physical verification of participants in the N-Power programme to ensure that information collected remotely is authenticated;
    • Identified NSIO interface responsibilities at Local Government Area (LGA) and State Government levels;
    • Relevant monitoring and evaluation process as applicable;
    • Reporting on factors militating against programme effectiveness at all levels.

 

  • Home Grown School Feeding Programme (HGSF)
    • Physical verification of the number of pupils and caterers in the implementing schools
    • Identified NSIO interface responsibilities at LGA and State Government levels
    • First-level resolution and escalation of local issues
    • Relevant monitoring and evaluation process as applicable
    • Reporting on factors militating against programme effectiveness all levels.

 

  • Government Enterprise Empowerment Programme (GEEP)
    • Enrolment and physical verification of GEEP beneficiaries
    • Physical verification of GEEP applicants
    • Activities of GEEP beneficiaries in their places of business
    • Relevant monitoring and evaluation processes as applicable
    • Reporting on factors militating against programme effectiveness at all levels.

CFID also

  • Monitor three of the N-SIP programmes
  • Identify, liaise with, select, and manage a minimum of six credible Community-Based Organisations (CBOs) in TARABA State for purposes of third party monitoring the programmes;
  • Train the selected CBOs on third party monitoring of the N-SIP;
  • Liaise with relevant stakeholders in TARABA State for feedback and views. The stakeholders shall include service delivery agents, State Local Government officials as well as beneficiaries of the N-SIP;
  • Obtain feedback from beneficiaries, stakeholders and other citizens, and document their experiences and perspectives on N-SIP;
  • Track funds allocation from Federal and State level including each programs expenditure on beneficiaries;

 

CFID engaged 6 CBO s in the state to monitor all the communities in the 11 out of the 16 LGAs of Taraba state where social investment programs were being implemented.

       

Some N-Power beneficiaries being interviewed in Taraba in July

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  1. Thank you for intervention in IDPS , awareness is created to them .

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