Stakeholder Review and Finalising the Plan
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To ensure country ownership and clear leadership of the capacity development process going into the implementation stage.
The draft plan provides the basis for review by all stakeholders identified during the scoping stage. Stakeholders should review, prioritise and add more detail to the suggested interventions, which will enable relevant timelines, and the final budget to be agreed. The review should also finalise the capacity objectives and indicators and who will monitor and evaluate the plan.
UNDP facilitates review workshops, bringing together all groups and provides template agendas for review workshops which can guide the discussions. UNDP also enables links to other donor groups working in the country to ensure a coordinated plan and access to additional resources.
1. Assessment verification
2. Prioritise and schedule interventions and finalise the budget.
3. Draft the capacity development plan report.
4. Sign-off from national leaders.
5. Launch the plan.
The following points should be considered when carrying out the stakeholder review and finalising the capacity development plan.
A plan is only of use if it is implemented.
Considering supporters and resisters
Define realistic schedules and timelines
Donors may be able to offer in-kind resources as well as financial.
Cross-organisational activities can help reduce costs.
Guidance & Tools
Examples of Capacity Development Plans