All the local bodies prepared annual plan through participatory planning process in 2011.
MLD estimated that initial social mobilization has taken place in 85% of VDCs.
33% representations of women made compulsory in all the committees formed by local bodies including Ward Citizen Forum. Similarly representation of disadvantaged groups in all the committees made compulsory.
Of the total number of persons trained (5000) in 2011 in local governance, community mobilization and leadership 21% are women.
LGCDP confirms that this now stands at 35% of capital grants spent on projects prioritized by women, disadvantaged groups, and children.
MLD estimated that initial social mobilization has taken place in all of the municipalities.
Participation of women and disadvantaged groups increased by 35 % in planning and decision making process compared to previous year.
20% CBOs made federations.
More training/orientations are being planned and conducted.
The concept of federations has now been dropped in the LGCDP and replaced by citizen awareness centers, of which there were 3,300 as of March-end 2011.
On average, the own-source revenues of local bodies have increased 20% as per the estimates of the PCU.
The GESI Section confirms that the MCPMs have been reviewed and updated with a GESI focus.
Strategy operationalized by mid-July 2011.
Gender focal points have been identified but capacity enhancement measures are not yet fully been in place across all local bodies.
This is in place now across all local bodies.
The LGCDP PCU estimates that as of the end of the first quarter of 2011, approximately 30% of office bearers of all local bodies have been oriented on local good governance.
133 gender focal persons of DDCs and Municipalities trained on GESI strategy.
All the Local Body Associations prepared capacity development plan and implemented. 60 percent Local Development Officers and 50 percent Executive Officers reported that Local Body Association capacity improved in 2010 as compared to 2008.
MCPM conducted through LBFC. There is no system of self-report on MCPM by DDCs.
Partly fine tuned
Job description of local body staffs prepared.
Options for a SWAp in local governance and decentralization have been presented in the SWAp approach paper; however, the SWAp itself is unlikely to be ready.
Affirmative policy in favor of women and disadvantaged groups included in HRD plans of local bodies and MLD.
The system is in place, and work is ongoing (particularly through the benchmarking exercise in the ASIP).
DPMAS software installed in 75 DDCs and 150 staff of local bodies trained on DPMAS.
Not possible to attain this target given the delays in the constitution-making process.
Devolution policies and regulations updated by incorporating GESI aspects and forwarded to the Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministries for approval