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EDGE SCMU Project Team delivered a session on results-based strategic planning to the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine

TetyanaI 15/11/2018 2 382 Site News


In line with the plan agreed with the SCMU, EDGE continues delivering strategic sessions to Ministries and Agencies based on RBM (Results-Based Management) methodology. At these sessions, Ministers/Deputy Ministers and their teams develop an outline of their goals (Logic Model) for each policy area, create result-oriented plans for their work, and identify indicators to measure the progress.  

On 9 Nov, EDGE SCMU Team delivered a strategic session to the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine for planning the state policy in the area of professional technical (vocational) education. The ultimate outcome of this reform is stated as “A competitive system of professional education continuously satisfies the labour market needs and the needs of citizens for professional fulfilment”. As the Logic Model for this policy area was developed earlier with support from EDGE, this session was dedicated to development of indicators. The session was attended by civil servants from the Ministry of Education and Science, representatives of professional technical (vocational) education institutions and local government bodies.
 
Anna Chukhai, Senior Monitoring/RBM expert at EDGE SCMU Team, explained the various types of indicators and, together with her team, helped participants develop indicators for all levels of goals in the Logic Model. 
Thanks to participatory approach, professionals with different backgrounds and experiences had a chance to exchange their opinions and to learn more about the theory and practical implementation of Result-Based Management. In addition to discussing the reform of professional education participants were given an opportunity to discuss various issues faced by government agencies in the process of strategic planning of projects, programs and reforms.  

“[Previously] we used to evaluate our work in terms of a number of steps undertaken, instead of tracking the actual outcomes achieved. Now it’s changing“, underlined one of participants.

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