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  • 1. 2012-2013 Jamaica Budget Head 4551 - Child Development Agency Budget 1 - Recurrent Head 4551 - Child Development Agency $’000_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Function / Sub Function / Programme Authorised By Estimates, Revised Approved Provisional Law 2012-2013 Estimates, Estimates, Expenditure, 2011-2012 2011-2012 2010-2011 . Function 05 -Social Security and Welfare Services 00 325 Social Welfare Services - 3,850.0 2,887.0 - - 00 326 Family Services - 1,567,768.0 1,569,343.0 1,538,396.0 1,568,204.0 Total Function 05-Social Security and Welfare Services - 1,571,618.0 1,572,230.0 1,538,396.0 1,568,204.0 Total Budget 1 - Recurrent - 1,571,618.0 1,572,230.0 1,538,396.0 1,568,204.0 Less Appropriations In Aid - 1,702.0 2,314.0 2,314.0 2,257.0 Net Total Budget 1 - Recurrent - 1,569,916.0 1,569,916.0 1,536,082.0 1,565,947.0 . Analysis of Expenditure 21 Compensation of Employees - 563,957.0 563,511.0 521,500.0 547,515.0 22 Travel Expenses and Subsistence - 120,949.0 120,357.0 119,727.0 119,727.0 23 Rental of Property, Machinery and Equipment - 35,963.0 35,963.0 35,963.0 31,932.0 24 Public Utility Services - 45,239.0 38,876.0 38,876.0 41,602.0 25 Purchases of Other Goods and Services - 157,389.0 156,969.0 158,663.0 158,606.0 29 Awards and Indemnities - 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 30 Grants and Contributions - 631,388.0 627,538.0 634,651.0 636,587.0 31 Purchases of Equipment (Capital Goods) - 16,233.0 28,516.0 28,516.0 26,735.0 36 Loans - - - - 5,000.0 Total Budget 01-Recurrent - 1,571,618.0 1,572,230.0 1,538,396.0 1,568,204.0 Less Appropriations In Aid - 1,702.0 2,314.0 2,314.0 2,257.0 Net Total Budget 01-Recurrent - 1,569,916.0 1,569,916.0 1,536,082.0 1,565,947.0 . The Child Development Agency (CDA) is an Executive Agency under the portfolio of the Ministry of Youth and Culture. TheAgency provides service for: -  Children in need of care and protection;  Children with special needs such as those affected by mental and physical challenges;  Children without parental or familial support and supervision;  Parents/guardians of children under 18 who were abused, are being abused or who are likely to be abused or otherwise in need of care and protection;  Families participating in the foster care programme; and  Children and families engaging in the adoption services process. Approximately 6,000 children are served by the tertiary child protection system, with 58% living in the Living in FamilyEnvironment Programme and the remaining 42% living in the 62 residential child care facilities (Children’s Homes and Places ofSafety). Additionally, the CDA provides adoption services; intake services; monitoring of residential child care facilities, policelockups, court services and case investigation (internal intake and through Office of the Children’s Registry referred cases);counselling services; general case planning and management services; Independent Living and community outreach programmes.Approximately 15,000 children and families access the services of the CDA through its intake desk annually. In formulating its Strategic Plan for the period 2010/11 to 2012/2013, the CDA has aligned its key activities with the nationalgoals through creating roadmaps consisting of pragmatic management and programmatic refinement. This is aimed at creating anenvironment that engenders the best outcome for children and their families, increases advocacy and child participation, rekindles thecommunity spirit on child care and protection matters, and improves systems and programmes leading to the strategic restructuring ofalternate care services while driving initiatives that will see children being maintained in the families or in a family orientedprogramme. Accordingly, the CDA has identified 3 major strategic objectives to be pursued over the plan period, by way of theadvocacy of children’s rights; the intervention for children at risk; and ensuring the safety, growth and development of children instate care. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 4551 - 1 Head 4551 - Child Development Agency 4551 - 1
  • 2. 2012-2013 Jamaica Budget Head 4551 - Child Development Agency Budget 1 - Recurrent Function 05 - Social Security and Welfare Services Head 4551 - Child Development Agency Programme 325 - Social Welfare Services $’000_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Sub Programme / Activity Authorised By Estimates, Revised Approved Provisional Law 2012-2013 Estimates, Estimates, Expenditure, 2011-2012 2011-2012 2010-2011 . 28 Private Sector Social Welfare Organizations - 3,850.0 2,887.0 - - 28 1142 Grant to the National Childrens Home - 3,850.0 2,887.0 - - Total Programme 325-Social Welfare Services - 3,850.0 2,887.0 - - . Analysis of Expenditure 30 Grants and Contributions - 3,850.0 2,887.0 - - Total Programme 325-Social Welfare Services - 3,850.0 2,887.0 - - . Sub Programme 28-Private Sector Social Welfare Organizations Activity 1142-Grant to the National Childrens Home 30 Grants and Contributions - 3,850.0 2,887.0 - - Total Activity 1142-Grant to the National Childrens - 3,850.0 2,887.0 - - Home . The funds are to assist the National Children’s Home in meeting its operational expenses. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 4551 - 2 Head 4551 - Child Development Agency 4551 - 2
  • 3. 2012-2013 Jamaica Budget Head 4551 - Child Development Agency Budget 1 - Recurrent Function 05 - Social Security and Welfare Services Head 4551 - Child Development Agency Programme 326 - Family Services $’000_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Sub Programme / Activity Authorised By Estimates, Revised Approved Provisional Law 2012-2013 Estimates, Estimates, Expenditure, 2011-2012 2011-2012 2010-2011 . 05 Direction and Administration - 541,460.0 562,459.0 535,196.0 529,685.0 05 0002 Financial Management and Accounting Services - 28,826.0 28,990.0 27,708.0 24,001.0 05 0003 Human Resource Management and Other Support - 83,522.0 80,082.0 78,090.0 86,026.0 Services 05 0005 Direction and Administration - 60,283.0 86,092.0 77,197.0 69,550.0 05 1120 Delivery of Children and Family Programmes - 327,114.0 317,051.0 303,608.0 304,713.0 05 1133 Office of the Childrens Registry - 41,715.0 50,244.0 48,593.0 45,395.0 20 Childrens Homes - 658,357.0 644,488.0 644,782.0 654,994.0 20 1106 Government Childrens Homes - 139,837.0 126,978.0 122,522.0 123,894.0 20 1107 Grant to Private Childrens Homes - 518,520.0 517,510.0 522,260.0 531,100.0 21 Places of Safety - 292,593.0 288,495.0 280,867.0 311,928.0 21 1108 Government Places of Safety - 258,933.0 255,255.0 246,027.0 278,038.0 21 1109 Grant to Private Places of Safety - 33,660.0 33,240.0 34,840.0 33,890.0 22 Foster Care - 75,358.0 73,901.0 77,551.0 71,597.0 22 1110 Maintenance Grants to the Foster Parents - 75,358.0 73,901.0 77,551.0 71,597.0 Total Programme 326-Family Services - 1,567,768.0 1,569,343.0 1,538,396.0 1,568,204.0 . Analysis of Expenditure 21 Compensation of Employees - 563,957.0 563,511.0 521,500.0 547,515.0 22 Travel Expenses and Subsistence - 120,949.0 120,357.0 119,727.0 119,727.0 23 Rental of Property, Machinery and Equipment - 35,963.0 35,963.0 35,963.0 31,932.0 24 Public Utility Services - 45,239.0 38,876.0 38,876.0 41,602.0 25 Purchases of Other Goods and Services - 157,389.0 156,969.0 158,663.0 158,606.0 29 Awards and Indemnities - 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 30 Grants and Contributions - 627,538.0 624,651.0 634,651.0 636,587.0 31 Purchases of Equipment (Capital Goods) - 16,233.0 28,516.0 28,516.0 26,735.0 36 Loans - - - - 5,000.0 Total Programme 326-Family Services - 1,567,768.0 1,569,343.0 1,538,396.0 1,568,204.0 . Sub Programme 05-Direction and Administration Activity 0002-Financial Management and Accounting Services 21 Compensation of Employees - 18,738.0 20,796.0 19,514.0 15,707.0 22 Travel Expenses and Subsistence - 2,678.0 2,612.0 2,612.0 2,611.0 24 Public Utility Services - 2,198.0 1,825.0 1,825.0 1,608.0 25 Purchases of Other Goods and Services - 4,586.0 3,165.0 3,165.0 3,483.0 31 Purchases of Equipment (Capital Goods) - 626.0 592.0 592.0 592.0 Total Activity 0002-Financial Management and - 28,826.0 28,990.0 27,708.0 24,001.0 Accounting Services . This activity deals with the financial management, budgeting, accounting, financial reporting and internal audit services ofthe Agency. The allocation is to provide for the administrative cost of these services. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 4551 - 3 Head 4551 - Child Development Agency 4551 - 3
  • 4. 2012-2013 Jamaica Budget Head 4551 - Child Development Agency Budget 1 - Recurrent Function 05 - Social Security and Welfare Services Head 4551 - Child Development Agency Programme 326 - Family Services $’000_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Sub Programme / Activity Authorised By Estimates, Revised Approved Provisional Law 2012-2013 Estimates, Estimates, Expenditure, 2011-2012 2011-2012 2010-2011 Activity 0003-Human Resource Management and Other Support Services 21 Compensation of Employees - 35,100.0 32,725.0 30,733.0 37,509.0 22 Travel Expenses and Subsistence - 5,887.0 5,238.0 5,238.0 5,238.0 23 Rental of Property, Machinery and Equipment - 13,705.0 13,413.0 13,413.0 9,956.0 24 Public Utility Services - 8,200.0 7,000.0 7,000.0 8,113.0 25 Purchases of Other Goods and Services - 17,069.0 16,937.0 16,937.0 14,117.0 29 Awards and Indemnities - 500.0 500.0 500.0 500.0 31 Purchases of Equipment (Capital Goods) - 3,061.0 4,269.0 4,269.0 5,593.0 36 Loans - - - - 5,000.0 Total Activity 0003-Human Resource Management - 83,522.0 80,082.0 78,090.0 86,026.0 and Other Support Services . The mandate of this activity is to provide a strategic focus on the manpower planning, deployment and development to createan efficient, effective and cohesive workforce for the Child Development Agency. The allocation is to meet the operating cost of thedivision. Activity 0005-Direction and Administration 21 Compensation of Employees - 40,829.0 61,980.0 52,021.0 43,119.0 22 Travel Expenses and Subsistence - 10,454.0 10,454.0 9,824.0 9,823.0 23 Rental of Property, Machinery and Equipment - 175.0 130.0 130.0 60.0 24 Public Utility Services - 4,339.0 3,675.0 3,675.0 3,250.0 25 Purchases of Other Goods and Services - 4,062.0 8,947.0 10,641.0 12,998.0 31 Purchases of Equipment (Capital Goods) - 424.0 906.0 906.0 300.0 Total Activity 0005-Direction and Administration - 60,283.0 86,092.0 77,197.0 69,550.0 . This activity is concerned with the overall strategy and policy development, monitoring and direction of the ChildDevelopment Agency in keeping with the promotion of children’s welfare and Government’s obligation to international standards forchildren. The major focus of this activity is to maximize returns to stakeholders while achieving desirable organizational change,through prudent managing, marketing and sustaining quality services. The allocation is to meet the operation of this division. Activity 1120-Delivery of Children and Family Programmes 21 Compensation of Employees - 210,916.0 204,111.0 190,668.0 193,419.0 22 Travel Expenses and Subsistence - 61,723.0 61,297.0 61,297.0 61,099.0 23 Rental of Property, Machinery and Equipment - 19,102.0 18,599.0 18,599.0 18,096.0 24 Public Utility Services - 12,468.0 10,491.0 10,491.0 10,758.0 25 Purchases of Other Goods and Services - 15,283.0 14,913.0 14,913.0 11,821.0 31 Purchases of Equipment (Capital Goods) - 7,622.0 7,640.0 7,640.0 9,520.0 Total Activity 1120-Delivery of Children and Family - 327,114.0 317,051.0 303,608.0 304,713.0 Programmes . The programme is to provide services for children ranging from birth to 18 years, who fall in one or a combination of thefollowing categories:  In need of care and protection – abused, abandoned, neglected, in difficult circumstances.  Exhibit serious behavioural problems.  Commit criminal offences. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 4551 - 4 Head 4551 - Child Development Agency 4551 - 4
  • 5. 2012-2013 Jamaica Budget Head 4551 - Child Development Agency Budget 1 - Recurrent Function 05 - Social Security and Welfare Services Head 4551 - Child Development Agency Programme 326 - Family Services $’000_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Sub Programme / Activity Authorised By Estimates, Revised Approved Provisional Law 2012-2013 Estimates, Estimates, Expenditure, 2011-2012 2011-2012 2010-2011 Services are provided island wide by staff that are assigned to each parish and to residential institutions. The primaryobjectives of the Agency’s programmes are to:  Intervene in the lives of children who are at risk.  Identify and pursue alternate placements for children who cannot reside with their families.  Reunite families (children and parents) at the earliest opportunity.  Increase permanency for children in “out of home” care. The allocation is to meet the cost of implementing the programme. Activity 1133-Office of the Childrens Registry 21 Compensation of Employees - 26,000.0 24,924.0 23,273.0 22,263.0 22 Travel Expenses and Subsistence - 4,774.0 4,774.0 4,774.0 4,974.0 23 Rental of Property, Machinery and Equipment - 2,981.0 2,981.0 2,981.0 2,980.0 24 Public Utility Services - 2,500.0 2,310.0 2,310.0 2,310.0 25 Purchases of Other Goods and Services - 3,960.0 4,146.0 4,146.0 4,138.0 31 Purchases of Equipment (Capital Goods) - 1,500.0 11,109.0 11,109.0 8,730.0 Total Activity 1133-Office of the Childrens Registry - 41,715.0 50,244.0 48,593.0 45,395.0 . This activity provides funds for the operations of the Office of the Children’s Registry which is responsible to receive recordassess and store a listing of children who have been maltreated and route reports to service partners for their action. It is also arepository of information on incidents and issues that can be used to shape child-friendly policies and guidelines Sub Programme 20-Childrens Homes Activity 1106-Government Childrens Homes 21 Compensation of Employees - 79,988.0 70,650.0 66,194.0 67,397.0 22 Travel Expenses and Subsistence - 10,516.0 11,512.0 11,512.0 11,512.0 24 Public Utility Services - 5,666.0 5,005.0 5,005.0 4,708.0 25 Purchases of Other Goods and Services - 42,667.0 38,311.0 38,311.0 39,577.0 31 Purchases of Equipment (Capital Goods) - 1,000.0 1,500.0 1,500.0 700.0 Total Activity 1106-Government Childrens Homes - 139,837.0 126,978.0 122,522.0 123,894.0 . This activity provides funds to meet the operational costs of Government-run children’s homes. The State operates 5Children’s Homes, which receive children who have been made wards of the state by an order of the Court. These facilities currentlyhave approximately 120 children. The needs of children are provided for in a residential setting and arrangements are made for theirreintegration into the family environment after a period of time in the institutions. Activity 1107-Grant to Private Childrens Homes 30 Grants and Contributions - 518,520.0 517,510.0 522,260.0 531,100.0 Total Activity 1107-Grant to Private Childrens Homes - 518,520.0 517,510.0 522,260.0 531,100.0 . This allocation is for the provision of grants to 47 privately owned children’s homes, which receive children placed by theChild Development Agency. These institutions are licensed by the Ministry of Health and receive monthly subventions based on thenumber of children in residence. Private Children’s Homes currently accommodates approximately 1,801 children. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 4551 - 5 Head 4551 - Child Development Agency 4551 - 5
  • 6. 2012-2013 Jamaica Budget Head 4551 - Child Development Agency Budget 1 - Recurrent Function 05 - Social Security and Welfare Services Head 4551 - Child Development Agency Programme 326 - Family Services $’000_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Sub Programme / Activity Authorised By Estimates, Revised Approved Provisional Law 2012-2013 Estimates, Estimates, Expenditure, 2011-2012 2011-2012 2010-2011 Sub Programme 21-Places of Safety Activity 1108-Government Places of Safety 21 Compensation of Employees - 152,386.0 148,325.0 139,097.0 168,101.0 22 Travel Expenses and Subsistence - 24,917.0 24,470.0 24,470.0 24,470.0 23 Rental of Property, Machinery and Equipment - - 840.0 840.0 840.0 24 Public Utility Services - 9,868.0 8,570.0 8,570.0 10,855.0 25 Purchases of Other Goods and Services - 69,762.0 70,550.0 70,550.0 72,472.0 31 Purchases of Equipment (Capital Goods) - 2,000.0 2,500.0 2,500.0 1,300.0 Total Activity 1108-Government Places of Safety - 258,933.0 255,255.0 246,027.0 278,038.0 . This provision is to meet the administrative costs of operating 8 places of Safety. They receive children who are in need ofcare and protection or who have committed offences. Activity 1109-Grant to Private Places of Safety 30 Grants and Contributions - 33,660.0 33,240.0 34,840.0 33,890.0 Total Activity 1109-Grant to Private Places of Safety - 33,660.0 33,240.0 34,840.0 33,890.0 . The provision is to meet grant payments to 4 privately operated Places of Safety with approximately 157 children. Theseoperate under licenses issued by the Ministry of Health. Sub Programme 22-Foster Care Activity 1110-Maintenance Grants to the Foster Parents 30 Grants and Contributions - 75,358.0 73,901.0 77,551.0 71,597.0 Total Activity 1110-Maintenance Grants to the Foster - 75,358.0 73,901.0 77,551.0 71,597.0 Parents . Foster Care allows families to receive children in their homes, and provide for their total development. A monthly subventionis provided to take care of approximately 1,381 children. Funds provided are used to defray the cost of school fees, books and otherincidental education expenses for children who are in foster care and those who have been reunited with their families. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 4551 - 6 Head 4551 - Child Development Agency 4551 - 6
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