Strategic National Action Plan by iqm86975

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									Strategic National Action Plan:

               An
     Implementation Overview
  Three Levels of Planning and Action
• Strategic
   – “Big Picture”
   – 5 or more years out (long term)
   – National Level
• Operational
   – 1- 5 years out (mid-term)
   – Ministry or Department level
• Tactical
   – Current year (near term)
   – Actual “boots on the ground” work
                     Strategic
• “Big Picture”
  – HFA as a guide
  – Legal framework in country (laws, guidelines)
• 5 or more years out (long term)
  – Where are we now?
  – What do we need to change?
  – How do we get there?
• National Level
  – What laws/regulations do we need to change?
  – Political system makes the changes
                  Operational
• 1-4 years out
  – Mid-term planning
  – Based on National Strategic Plan
  – Defines “how do we get there”

• Ministry or Department level
  – Mandates or directives derived from National Plan
  – Outlines who is responsible for what
  – Clear and concise directives to Ministries or
    Departments
                        Tactical
• Current Year
   – Plans and programs developed based on mandates
     developed at the Operational level
   – Dependent on four key factors to implement
      •   Time
      •   Money
      •   People
      •   Equipment
• Actual “boots on the ground”
   – Real projects started/completed by real people
   – Measurable, quantifiable results
   – Local government units and/or specific sections of
     ministries (or other government departments)
                            Recap
A Strategic National Action Plan (SNAP) is not a stand alone
    document.
It entails additional actions accomplished by other parts of the
    government (coordinated by NDMC, but executed by all
    government departments and sections) .
    Strategic
    (SNAP, at
  national level)       Operational
                       (Mandates for
                        Ministries)
                                              Tactical
                                          (Specific projects
                                           and programs)
            Questions/Comments?
• How to contact me:

Gary L. Cagle
MPA (HC), EMT-P
UNDP Disaster Management Consultant
National Disaster Management Centre
Ameenee Magu
Henveiru
Male', Republic of Maldives

Tel:        +960 333 3449
Mobile:     +960 747 3956
Fax:        +960 333 3443
Email:      gary.cagle@ndmc.gov.mv
Web Site:   www.ndmc.gov.mv

								
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