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Presentation by Richard Deane, Information, Appraisal and Monitoring Coordinator, Pobal, & Ciaran Reid, CEO Ballyfermot Chapelizod Partnership, Ireland.

9th Annual Meeting of the OECD LEED Forum on Partnerships and Local Governance (Dublin-Kilkenny, Ireland), 26/27 March 2013.

http://www.oecd.org/cfe/leed/9thfplgmeeting.htm

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  • 1. 9th Annual Meeting IMPLEMENTING CHANGE: A NEW LOCAL AGENDA FOR JOBS AND GROWTH In co-operation with the EU Presidency, Irish Government and Pobal 26-27 March 2013, Dublin-Kilkenny, IrelandWORKSHOP G: DATA FOR POLICY DESIGN AND IMPACT ASSESSMENTRichard Deane - Appraisal, Information and Monitoring Co-ordinator, Pobal Ciarán Reid - Manager, Ballyfermot, Chapelizod Partnership
  • 2. Data usage for ProgrammeDesign and TargetingRichard Deane, Appraisal, Information andMonitoring Co-ordinator, PobalCiarán Reid, Manager, Ballyfermot,Chapelizod Partnership
  • 3. 2ContentTwo elements to this presentationa) Overview of the IRIS database, its development and purposeb) How the system is used locally in conjunction with other data applications.
  • 4. 3What is IRIS?• LCDP is complex programme with an anti poverty & social inclusion focus• Multi dimensional system required• Integrates strategic and annual planning with financial payments and case management• Allows users of the system to look at performance and service delivery from many aspects• Aims to evidence the effectiveness or not of the targeting of activities to areas of disadvantage and outcomes.
  • 5. 4Structure of the system
  • 6. Board Members Annual Plans LDC LDC Staff Actions Individual PaymentsBeneficiaries LCG Beneficiaries Visits AGM
  • 7. Strategic Plan Local Key Planning/Policy Objective StructuresStatements Annual LDC Goals Plan Quarterly Returns Actions Budget Line Items Expenditure
  • 8. Beneficiary Staff Involved Collaborative Groups Partners RAPID Action Budget Areas Line Item Quarterly Milestones Individualoutputs/outcomes Other LCG outputs/outcomes outputs/outcomes
  • 9. 8Evidencing the workProfile of the client:• Gender, Age Band, Education & Employment Status, Address and target groupNational programme indicators(primarily quantitative in nature)• Access and uptake of services• Participation in education and labour market training activities• Progression into employment/self employment.SharePoint/document storage facility for evidencing qualitative aspects of theprogramme with on-going appraisal and review by PobalFunding expenditure• Against the programme goals• Levered funding for other social inclusion activities
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  • 11. Where we are!/Where are we? DublinDublin City City Conference Venue O’Reilly Centre UCD Ballyfermot/Chapelizod Partnership
  • 12. Local Areas and targeting : Dublin RegionDublin City Ballyfermot/Chapelizod Partnership Area
  • 13. Targeting: Dublin City
  • 14. Targeting: Small Area Cherry Orchard A Small Area In ED Cherry Orchard A 2006 2011 Change Deprevation Score -15.90 -15.90 0 Population Change 12.50 1.50 - Age Dependency Ratio 36.10 33.50 -2.6 Lone Parent Ratio 51.20 53.20 2 LCDP Proportion with Primary Education only 23.80 18.10 -5.7 Electoral District Cherry Orchard A Caseload 129 Proportion with third level Education 10.60 5.60 -5 Unemployment Rate Male 19.80 42.20 22.4 Local Employment Service Electoral District Unemployment Rate Female 16.70 25.50 8.8 Cherry Orchard A Proportion in Local Authority rented 65.90 65.70 -0.20 Case Load 174 accommodation
  • 15. Review of IRIS data: 2011-2012 caseload (1588) By Deprivation Status Number of Beneficiaries by Electoral District 350 305 0% Marginally 300 below average 267 11% (-10- 0) 250 8% Marginally 210 above average 200 (0 -10) 187 164 Disadvantaged 144 (-20 -10) 150 129 111 81% Affluent 100 69 50 0
  • 16. Review of IRIS data: Target Groups and Employment Status By Employment Status 600 538 500 400 348 300 200 158 100 88 46 27 29 20 24 21 17 8 0
  • 17. Review of IRIS data: AGE and Employment Status By Age Education Status of individuals on caseload 600 700 600 585 499 500 453 500 400 400 365 300 291 300 200 140 118 107 98 200 187 100 51 55 49 10 9 0 91 100 66 0 over 55 46-55 36-45 26-35 18-25 16-18
  • 18. Programme ResponsesProgramme Goals Programme Responses Programme Responses outreach, accessGoal One: Community Garden: Development,Promote awareness, knowledgeand uptake of a wide range of and participationstatutory, voluntary andcommunity servicesGoal Two: Education Task ForceIncrease access to formal andinformal education, recreational Family Support Programmeand cultural development activitiesand resources Second and Third Level supportsGoal Three: Labour market programmes and Labour Market trainingIncrease peoples’ work readinessand employment prospectsGoal Four: Active Citizenship Promote active engagement withpolicy, practice, and decisionmaking processes on mattersaffecting local communities