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Presentation by hm national planning at the 2013 democracy day


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Presentation by hm national planning at the 2013 democracy day

  1. 1. Presentation at the 2013 DemocracyDay CelebrationByDr. Shamsuddeen Usman, CONHon. Minister/Deputy ChairmanNational Planning Commission (NPC)The PresidencyWednesday, May 29, 2013THE TRANSFORMATION AGENDA
  2. 2. Outline1.0 Introduction2.0 The Transformation Agenda (TA)3.0 Why Review of the Transformation Agenda4.0 Structure of the Report of the Review5.0 Highlights of Major Findings on the Review6.0 Conclusion
  3. 3. 32009• NV20:20202010• 1st NIP2011• Transformation Agenda (TA)April2013• Review of the TA• Nigeria’s Strategic Plan Timelines At a Glance1.0 Introduction
  4. 4. 41.0 Introduction (Cont’d)• The strategic planning framework of the country is anchored onNigeria’s Vision (NV)20:2020- NV 20:2020 was developed in 2009- To be actualised through implementation of three medium termstrategic plans: 1st NIP, 2010 – 2013 2nd NIP, 2014 – 2017 3rd NIP, 2018 – 2020- And the Transformation Agenda (TA), 2011-2015• Overarching objective of NV20:2020 is for Nigeria to become one ofthe 20 largest economies in the world by 2020
  5. 5. ADEQUATERESPONSEDelivery ofPromisesKeyChallengesRisingExpectationsOVERWHELMINGMANDATE1.0 Introduction (Cont’d)
  6. 6. 62.0 The Transformation Agenda• The Transformation Agenda (TA) demonstrates the desire and capacity to:- Transform our thinking, institutions, organizations and humancapital• TA:- Serves as Federal Government’s medium term development strategyto speed up Nigeria’s march towards the actualization of theNV20:2020- Blueprint represents the key policies, programmes and projects of theFederal Government to be implemented during 2011-2015- To consolidate the gains of the reforms of the last decade- Guides the annual budgetary preparation process
  7. 7. 72.1 Pillars of the Transformation AgendaHUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENTEducationHealthLabour and ProductivityWomen and Youth DevelopmentINFRASTRUCTUREPowerTransport (Roads, Rail, InlandWaterways & Seaports)HousingWater for Irrigation and IndustriesREAL SECTORAgricultureManufacturingOil & GasSolid Minerals
  8. 8. 82.2 Other Key Focal Areas of theTransformation Agenda
  9. 9. 92.3 Key Deliverables of the TA - Macroeconomic Objectives• A stable and strong macroeconomic environment that is investorfriendly- For improved living standards for the generality ofNigerians.• The key targets are:- A robust real GDP growth rate of 7.76% per annum over theperiod- Greater coordination and harmony between fiscal, trade andmonetary policies;- Greater fiscal prudence and low inflation;- Reducing the ratio of recurrent to total expenditure to not morethan 60 percent;- Sustained reduction in the unemployment rate
  10. 10. 2.4 KEY SECTORAL DELIVERABLES(a) Governance• Policies and programmes directed at addressing governance issues will focuson:- Deepening reforms in public service- Security, law and order- The legislature- Anti-corruption measures and institutions;- The judiciary- Economic coordination- Support for private investment.(b) Education• Similar sectoral deliverables set in Education, Health, Agriculture, Oil & Gas,Power, etc10
  11. 11. 112.5 Monitoring the TA• Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) framework approved by Government• Framework of M&E, as an essential vehicle for effective realisation ofthe TA objectives• First and second Federal MDAs, report on M&E for 2010 and 2011produced- Production of 2012 M&E report is at an advanced stage• Performance management system (PMS)has been introduced at theFederal level- Mr. President signed performance contracts with Ministers inSeptember 2012- Ministers are currently giving account of their stewardship for fiscalyear 2012 at the weekly FEC meetings
  12. 12. 123.0 Why Review the Transformation Agenda?• Review provides a comprehensive appraisal of the first two years ofthis administration• Global best practice is to review plans or strategic agendas midway• Developments in the domestic and global economies- Recent slow down in performance of advanced nations- Volatility in international oil and commodity prices- Fundamental shifts in global petroleum industry• Review to assess progress in implementation, against set, milestonesand targets in the TA:- Taking stock and moving forward• To chart delivery of electoral promises by Mr. President• To make corrections, where necessary and chart the way forward
  13. 13. 4.0 Structure of the Review Report• The Report is a mid-term review of the Transformation Agenda- May 29, 2011 – May 29, 2013- Very comprehensive, covering all sectors of the economy• Takes into account developments in:- Global economy- Macroeconomic framework- Policy initiatives, reform and strategies- Sectoral programmes & Projects- State Governments projects and programmes- Private sector investment and development Assistance flows tothe country• Review covers indepth analysis of all aspects of:- Nigeria’s basic development objectives and priorities,- Sectoral and global dimensions; and- Key gaps and challenges• Explored the outlook and prospects for the second half of theAdministration
  14. 14. 4.0 Structure of the Review Report• The Mid-Term Report is structured into 18 chaptersChapter Description Chapter DescriptionPart One: Governance and Democracy Part Two: Macroeconomic and SectoralPerformanceChapter 1 Accountable Governance: TheKey to TransformationChapter 7 IntroductionChapter 2 Breathing Life into Nigeria’sHuman Rights CommitmentsChapter 8 Macroeconomic PerformanceChapter 3 Executive - LegislatureRelationshipChapter 9 Key Reforms & OutcomesChapter 4 Corruption - Slaying theDragon with the Rule of LawChapter 10 Good GovernanceChapter 5 Insecurity – Protecting theState from Terrorism andInsurgencyChapter 11 Sustaining Economic Growththrough the Productive SectorsChapter 6 Independent Judiciary and theIntegrity of the Administrationof JusticeChapter 12 Provision of Quality &Affordable Infrastructure14
  15. 15. 4.0 Structure of the Review Report• The Mid-Term Report is structured into 18 chaptersChapter DescriptionPart Two: Macroeconomic and Sectoral Performance (Cont’d)Chapter 13 Effective Human Capital & SocialDevelopmentChapter 14 Ensuring Security & Safety for all NigeriansChapter 15 State GovernmentsChapter 16 Private Sector & International DevelopmentPartnersChapter 17 Outlook & Prospects for the NationChapter 18 Conclusion15
  16. 16. 5.0 Highlights of Major Findings on the Review• Overall the mid-term review shows the Administration has madeconsiderable progress in the last two years:- At the macroeconomic and sectoral levels• Significant aspects of the targets of TA were attained• The Nominal GDP grew from $226.13 billion in 2010 to $243.09billion and $257.42 billion in 2011 and 2012 respectively- Translated to an improved, global GDP ranking of the economyfrom 44th position in 2010 to 36th position in 201216
  17. 17. 6.0 Conclusion• Government is committed to sustained implementation of the TA• Highlights of the mid-term review show that significant progress hasbeen made at macro, sectoral and institutional levels• A number of challenges to tackle in the next two years• Mr. President has promised to address the challenges and transformNigeria• Calling on all Nigerians to get on the Transformation Train17
  18. 18. Thank YouThank You