ZIMBABWE AGENDA FOR SUSTAINABLE
SOCIO-ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION
(ZIM ASSET)
October 2013 - December 2018
A CSZ OVERVIEW
LEE ...
Summary Definition
List of things to do so that Zimbabwe
can grow its economy and improve
service delivery using as much o...
Vision
“Towards an Empowered Society and a
Growing Economy”
Mission
“To provide an enabling environment for
sustainable ec...
ZimASSET is cluster based….
• Food Security and Nutrition
• Social Services and Poverty Eradication
• Infrastructure and U...
Results Based Management
(RBM) System
Results Based Management
(RBM) System
Results Based Management
(RBM) System
Example
• In order to stimulate agricultural productivity
and safeguard food security, Government will
recapitalize and ca...
QUOTE
“The successful implementation of the Zim Asset
Plan will be anchored on sustainable economic
empowerment and employ...
The Results Matrices
CLUSTER
KEY RESULT
AREAS
CLUSTER
OUTCOMES
CLUSTER
OUTPUTS
STRATEGIES LEAD
INSTITUTION
Food Security and Nutrition
Social Services and Poverty
Eradication
Social Services and Poverty
Eradication
Infrastructure and Utilities
Infrastructure and Utilities
Infrastructure and Utilities
Value Addition and Beneficiation
Value Addition and Beneficiation
Opportunities
• Strong collaborative partnerships among
Government agencies, the private sector,
citizens and other stakeh...
ZIMBABWE AGENDA FOR SUSTAINABLE
SOCIO-ECONOMIC
TRANSFORMATION (ZIM ASSET)
October 2013 - December 2018
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Zimasset Overview - Lee Taaziva

  1. 1. ZIMBABWE AGENDA FOR SUSTAINABLE SOCIO-ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION (ZIM ASSET) October 2013 - December 2018 A CSZ OVERVIEW LEE TAAZIVA – Vice President - Computer Society of Zimbabwe
  2. 2. Summary Definition List of things to do so that Zimbabwe can grow its economy and improve service delivery using as much of its own resources as possible but also with the help of a reasonable level of borrowing, support and assistance.
  3. 3. Vision “Towards an Empowered Society and a Growing Economy” Mission “To provide an enabling environment for sustainable economic empowerment and social transformation to the people of Zimbabwe”
  4. 4. ZimASSET is cluster based…. • Food Security and Nutrition • Social Services and Poverty Eradication • Infrastructure and Utilities • Value Addition and Beneficiation SUB-CLUSTERS – Fiscal Reform Measures – Public Administration, Governance and Performance Management
  5. 5. Results Based Management (RBM) System
  6. 6. Results Based Management (RBM) System
  7. 7. Results Based Management (RBM) System
  8. 8. Example • In order to stimulate agricultural productivity and safeguard food security, Government will recapitalize and capacitate AgriBank and the Grain Marketing Board (GMB), the Agricultural Marketing Authority (AMA) and the Agricultural Rural Development Authority (ARDA).
  9. 9. QUOTE “The successful implementation of the Zim Asset Plan will be anchored on sustainable economic empowerment and employment creation programmes for the citizenry. The main thrust of the SMEs and Co-operatives policy will be on creating and growing opportunities for business, skills development and provision of funding for indigenous business ventures especially start-ups and those run by previously disadvantaged individuals.”
  10. 10. The Results Matrices CLUSTER KEY RESULT AREAS CLUSTER OUTCOMES CLUSTER OUTPUTS STRATEGIES LEAD INSTITUTION
  11. 11. Food Security and Nutrition
  12. 12. Social Services and Poverty Eradication
  13. 13. Social Services and Poverty Eradication
  14. 14. Infrastructure and Utilities
  15. 15. Infrastructure and Utilities
  16. 16. Infrastructure and Utilities
  17. 17. Value Addition and Beneficiation
  18. 18. Value Addition and Beneficiation
  19. 19. Opportunities • Strong collaborative partnerships among Government agencies, the private sector, citizens and other stakeholders; • Human capital development programmes to enhance the acquisition of requisite skills; • Scientific research and development; • Creation of special funding vehicles such as acceleration of the implementation of PPPs
  20. 20. ZIMBABWE AGENDA FOR SUSTAINABLE SOCIO-ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION (ZIM ASSET) October 2013 - December 2018
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