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Workshop review of activities, 2021 programming and capitalization of the “Jigisemejiri” program

On Wednesday, October 28, 2020, was held in the conference room of the Hotel DIAMCIS in Banankoroni (Cercle de Kati), the capitalization workshop on the assessment of 2020 activities and the programming of 2021 activities under the presidency by Mr Mahmoud Ali SAKO Program Coordinator

The objective of this workshop is to take stock of the achievements of the year as at September 30, 2020, to select the activities to be implemented during 2021, to discuss with the main implementing partners on the main constraints and lessons learned in the implementation of the Program. More specifically, during the workshop it will be:
– Evaluate the execution status of the 2020 Annual Work and Budget Program (AWPB 2020) by Component and Sub-Component as of September 30, 2020,
– Identify the major constraints that have hampered the correct implementation of these activities;
– Identify the activities by sub-component to be included in the 2021 AWPB and assess their cost of implementation by source of funding;
– Identify strategies to improve the performance of the Program in 2021.

Agenda

ATELIER DE CAPITALISATION  
Mercredi 28  octobre 2020
09h00-09h15  Session 4: Ouverture Atelier Capitalisation  
­   Mots d’ouverture du Coordinateur Coordinateur
­   Présentation agenda et mise en place bureau atelier  
 
Session 5: Bilan des activités 2020  
9h15- 10h00 – Ciblage (PGFS, FA2, PDAZAM) STM
– Paiement des TM par régions et par sources de financement  
10h00-10h30 Pause-café  
Session 5: Bilan des activités 2020  
10h30-11h00 – Collecte des données (PGFS, FA2, PDAZAM) RSU
– Bilan des activités RSU/Communication  
11h30-12h30 – Mesures d’accompagnement, HIMO, AGR par sources de financement RRPSA
–  Intervention avec les partenaires ((PAM, FAO, UNICEF, …)  
12h30-12h45  -Cadres des résultats SSE
– Enquêtes et Etude Divers  
12h45-13h00 – Mesures de sauvegarde environnementale et sociale SSES
13h00-13h15 – Rapport d’audit AI
13h15-13h30 – Grandes défis et contraintes de la Passation des marchés en 2020 SPM
13h30-13h45 – Rapport d’Exécution financière au 30 septembre 2020 RAF
13h45-14h30 Pause déjeuner  
       Session 6: Programmation 2021  
14h30-15h00 Programme TM 2021 (par source de financement) STM
–  Lancement et formations  
–  Ciblage, Collecte et Enregistrement  
–  Transferts monétaires y compris coopération PAM, AFD  
15h00-15h30 Programme TM 2021 (par source de financement) RRPSA
– MA, AGR, HIMO  
– Coopération avec PAM et UNICEF  
15h30-16h00  Programme Etudes et Enquêtes 2021 SSE
16h00-16h15 Pause-café  
 Session 6: Programmation 2021, suite  
15h45-16h00  Programme RSU 2020 RRSU
16h00-16h15 Programme communication Webmaster
16h15- 16h45 Programme sauvegarde Envir et sociale SSES
16h45-17h00  Programme Audit AI
 Session 7: Cérémonie de clôture de l’atelier  
17h00-17h20 Adoption rapport atelier/recommandations Rapporteurs
17h20-17h30 Mots de remerciement du Coordinateur Coordinateur
17h30 Fin de l’atelier  

Information, awareness-raising and training of trainers workshops for updating RSU lists and on the implementation strategy of the Government of Mali’s Emergency Cash Transfer Program (TMUG) in the various regions of the country

From July 21 to 24, 2020, information and awareness workshops were held in the various large cities of the regions on the Governmental Emergency Cash Transfer Program and the training of trainers on the updating of RSU data with the RSU Covid-Lite application and implementation strategies for this program throughout the territory.
Chaired by the various governors in each region, the main objective of these workshops is to inform and sensitize all the actors involved in the implementation of these emergency cash transfers in the field and the training of trainers in the field. RSU data update process
Emanating from the will of the President of the Republic who in his speech to the Nation of April 10, 2020, announced several social measures and actions, including assistance to poor and vulnerable households, in order to mitigate the adverse economic impacts of this pandemic on these vulnerable layers. Among these measures, emergency cash transfers to poor and vulnerable households are planned.

This program consists of paying each household cash transfers (CM) in the form of monthly allowances in a single installment, to cover the basic needs of these poor and vulnerable households. The amount of the current monthly cash transfer for the Jigisemejiri Social Safety Net Program is 15,000 FCFA. Thus each household selected must receive in a single installment six months of monthly allowances, or 90,000 CFA francs.

The target is initially made up of the beneficiaries registered in the Unified Social Register (RSU), amounting to 352,900 beneficiary households on April 15, spread across all regions of the country, i.e. in 619 municipalities including 321 367 households in the eight regions (former administrative division) for 613 municipalities and secondly, by identifying additional households to reach the quantitative target of 1,000,000 households.
Thus, targeting will consist, first of updating the list of RSU households and secondly, of targeting new beneficiaries. The distribution of the 321,367 RSU households is as follows by region:

Regions Number Households Number of communes
Kayes 31 530 115
Koulikoro 44 237 106
Sikasso 93 928 126
Ségou 49 801 108
Mopti 66 069 84
Tombouctou 15 392 45
Gao 18 646 23
Kidal 1 764 6
 Total 321 367 613

Source : Jigisemejiri

Signing ceremony of the Collaboration Protocol between MAP and Jigisemejiri 2020-2024

Friday May 29, 2020, was held in the office of the WFP (World Food Program), a light ceremony of signature of a protocol of collaboration between JIGISEMEJIRI and the WFP jointly chaired by Aliou DIONGUE (DCD-PAM) and Mahmoud Ali SACKO (JIGISEMEJIRI Coordinator)

 

The regional ceremonies of launch in the circles of San and Macina (Ségou) and the circles of Mopti and Djenne (Mopti)

Following the extension of the program to the circles of Macina and San as well as those of Mopti and Djenné, the Technical Management Unit (UTGFS) of the program jigisemejiri organized regional launch ceremonies October 29 in the governorate of Ségou and October 31 at the regional health department of Mopti.
The purpose of these regional launching ceremonies was to inform and sensitize regional and local officials on the objectives, components and implementation conditions of the “jigisemejiri” program and to initiate the process of ownership.
The ceremonies were an opportunity to exchange and raise awareness about the institutional mechanisms of the national, regional and local program; to establish the collaborative relationship between the UTGFS and the mayors of the communes.
The national program coordinator recalled the context of the regional launch ceremonies, after explaining to community leaders, that this program needs all of its implications for its success.
“The program” jigisemejiri “has just received a second financing of about 30 billion CFA Francs; This amount will be used to expand the program horizontally. In the region of Mopti and Ségou, there are 4 new circles that will be added to the list of circles covered by the program. We will proceed with cash transfers, including accompanying measures to strengthen the human capital of poor children and then improve household resilience by initiating income-generating activities and supporting labor-intensive public works. . ”

The mayor of the rural commune of Femayé in the circle of Djenné, Moussa Gouro Diall expressed his satisfaction: “We thank jigisemejiri, its technical and financial partners. We welcome the news as a breath of fresh air in the circle of Djenné and obviously all the municipalities that are concerned because it will support for 36 months our vulnerable populations. For us, this social safety net is extremely important for our people. ”

Sidi DIARRA Mayor of SALOBA in the commune of Sarro also welcomed the program JIGISEMEJIRI in these terms “we are very happy to welcome JIGISEMEJIRI in our commune. We have long waited for this big day. We can only thank the State for this gift and wish good luck to the Jigisemejiri social safety net program ”

It should be remembered that the regions of Ségou and Mopti have 5,000 new beneficiaries each out of the 25,000 beneficiaries added to the program. This will enable the program to exceed 100,000 cash-receiving households in Mali by the four-year horizon.

Source: Jigisemejiri

18th Ordinary Session of the National Technical Committee (CTN) of the Social Net Program JIGISEMEJIRI

As every quarter, the national technical committee of the social safety net program Jigisemejiri organized its 18th ordinary session in the city of balanzans on September 26th, 27th and 28th, 2019 in the Kalanblo room of the Savane Motel in Segou.

The session was co-chaired by the coordinator of the “Jigisemejiri” program, the Regional Director of Social Development and Solidarity Economy of Ségou (DRDSES), the National Director of Social Protection and Solidarity Economy (DNPSES).

The objective of this 18th session was to review the activities of completion of initial funding and to identify the level of implementation of new funding as well as various ongoing collaborations. It marks the end of the first funding and the start of new funding for the second phase of the program.

The CTN is the technical body for the design, management, and supervision of the JIGISEMEJIRI Social Nets Program.

At the opening ceremony of the session, the representative of the governor of the region of Segou in his speech, welcomed the regularity in the quarterly organization of the sessions of the CTN program. He also said that the program will be very soon in the circle of Macina and Segou in addition to the circles of Bla, Tominian and Baraoueli.

The coordinator of Jigisemejiri recalled that this session was an opportunity to take stock of the activities: “in particular the work carried out by the program by component. To see the state of implementation of the various financing planned for the period 2019 – 2022. And then to take stock of certain aspects of collaboration that we have with the various partners, which are WFP, FAO, the World Bank and those who have followed the program financially over the four-year period. “

The National Agency for Medical Assistance (ANAM) represented by Dr. Hassane TANGARA explained the collaboration between jigisemejiri and ANAM in these terms: “We have a contribution in the implementation of the program. It’s true, Jigisemejiri is a program against poverty, and we intervene in the framework of social protection. We offer care to jigisemejiri beneficiaries, who are registered in the jigisemejiri file. And we use this file to be able to register at the level of our structure. “

It should be noted that the results expected at the end of the 18th session of the TNC have been achieved overall, in particular the minutes of the 17th session of the TNC have been validated; the situation of financing closure activities (FA1) was presented and solutions were provided for the major bottlenecks encountered; the 2019-2023 perspectives of the program were shared; preparations for the annual meeting of COP 2020 were shared; and finally the actors were informed about the NEXUS processes, the Social Protection Floor, the Adaptive Social Protection and the RSU.

The session was marked by a football match between TNC and the CCR.

Source: Jigisemejiri

The Prime Minister in the Mopti Region: SOLIDARITY GESTURE AND LISTENING TO YOUWAROU

After handing over 320 tons of cereals to the people, the head of the government presided over a meeting with the leaders of the circle who discussed problems of water, electricity, insecurity, youth employment

For the last stage of his tour in the 5th region, the Prime Minister, Boubou Cissé, was Monday in Youwarou where he has lent himself to the same exercise as in the other localities visited. Accompanied by a strong delegation of members of the government and his collaborators, the Prime Minister was greeted upon his arrival by the political and administrative authorities of Youwarou.

He then visited the village chief Ibrahima Sory Thiaw, to whom he explained the purpose of his visit, before attending the symbolic cash transfer to ten beneficiaries of the “Jigisemejiri” social safety net program. A program that aims to put in place targeted cash transfers for poor and food insecure households.

The national coordinator of the program, Mohamed Ali Sacko, said that in Youwarou, 462 households are receiving their cash transfers due to CFAF 120,000 per household for a total of 55 million CFA francs.

The Prime Minister then handed 320 tons of cereals to the people, before chairing a meeting with all the forces of the circle. During this meeting, the representative of Cafo (Coordination desassociations and feminine NGOs of Mali) indicated that it is thanks to the presence of a military camp in the city that women manage to carry out some income-generating activities. “Youwarou’s women are gardening and processing local products,” she said, while seeking the support of the NGO Agir of the First Lady Keïta Aminata Maïga to the women of Youwarou who live in poverty, because they have no microfinance structure where they can have loans. Overall, the concerns expressed by the population relate to the problem of water, electricity, insecurity, youth employment.

POSITIVE REVIEW – Dr. Boubou Cissé first conveyed the greetings of the President of the Republic to the people of Youwarou. He expressed his concern for the situation they are going through, adding that he is on tour in the Mopti and Ségou Regions for the return of peace.

According to the Prime Minister, this visit has already produced good news with the signing of peace agreements in Macina and Djenné. As a result, the people of Macina testified that their animals began to cross the river, which had not been possible for three years.

The head of the government paid tribute to the governors, prefects, sub-prefects and the military who are doing the work of the state, while inviting the people to help them in this direction. He promised that all the concerns highlighted by the people will be taken care of.

In addition, Dr. Boubou Cissé has assured Youwarou’s women that he will find tips for the local military to pay for the products they are processing. He promised to discuss concerns related to electricity, water, agriculture, access to fertilizers.

The Prime Minister has judged that the results of this tour is quite positive. “There is a certain desire on the part of all the communities and localities we have visited to move towards peace, security in the Mopti Region and everywhere in Mali. The dynamic is underway and is being encouraged by the government and the President of the Republic, “said Boubou Cissé who then said that people have expressed to him various concerns for which the authorities are in the process to find quick solutions. According to him, for peace and security to return, people must be able to live in tranquility, without the worry of eating for tomorrow, carry out activities that can generate the minimum income for them to meet their needs. the most basic.
For the Prime Minister, the first answers given by the government were welcomed. This is the free food distribution campaign. According to him, the Mopti Region benefited from 6000 tons of food distributed among the eight circles.

“Every locality where vulnerable populations have been identified has benefited from it and has certified it. This allowed them to be in a positive state of mind. Also, it created a glimmer of hope for all the populations we met, “he added.

Another device that the head of the government talked about is the project “Jigisemejiri” in Youwarou, whose objective is to help certain vulnerable sections of the population to have minimum capital and working capital to design activities that can bring them back revenues. In Youwarou, he says, a little over 460 people have benefited and each of them received the equivalent of 120,000 FCFA.

For Dr. Boubou Cissé, “this positive and encouraging assessment should not make us forget that the situation remains fragile”. He promised to continue the work to convince both sides to give up their arms, to enter a process of peace, cohesion and development for the benefit of all Malian populations. Before leaving Youwarou, the Prime Minister shared a meal with the soldiers in their camp. It was late yesterday morning that Dr Boubou Cissé left Mopti.

Correspondent
Dieudonné DIAMA

Source: L’Essor