Civil Society National Indicative Programme Monitoring and Advocacy
The Civil Society’s National Indicative Programme Monitoring and Advocacy is a programme implemented by five partner organisation under the lead of NANGO. This program seeks to strengthen CSO watchdog role by significantly contributing towards improved public accountability, transparency and effective development outcomes of the EU funded National Indicative Programme (NIP) in Zimbabwe. The project partners seek to strengthen their watchdog role in the implementation of NIP in areas of governance and institution building, health and agriculture for improved, accountable and effective development outcomes as well as sustainability. One of the specific objectives of the NIP program is to contribute to the improvement of the health, agriculture and governance outcomes for the population of Zimbabwe. This objective can be intensified through CSOs obtaining information by monitoring and evaluating the outcomes of the NIP interventions at all levels. As part policy dialogues and spaces, the program seeks to facilitate dialogues and discussions with CSO in the sectors of health to assess the progress in achieving the thrusts and targets of the NIP to effectively influence public demand for state public accountability. Thus, CSOs play a pivotal role in the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of actions and results of NIP.