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Security Sector Develop and Defence Transformation Programme (SSDDTP): Programme Completion Review (PCR)

UK mandate in South Sudan 19.11.2012. - 28.02.2013.

The Security Sector Development and Defence Transformation Programme (SSDDTP) has been implemented by Adam Smith International (ASI) over 4 years to 31 December 2012.

The Programme's Goal is sustainable peace in Sudan (subsequentaly amended to Sudan and South Sudan following South Sudan's independence). The Purpose is the development of an effective security decision making architecture in South Sudan, complemented by the treansformation of the SPLA, underpinned by a sustainably policy, institutional and legal framework enshrining the principles of civil control, accountability and transparency.

 

The Programme Completion Review will assess the achievement of the outputs and the achievements of the outcome. This will include an assessment of results, value for money and an in-depth look at lessons learned.

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Support to DFID DRC Security Sector Accountablity and Police Reform Evaluation (SSAPR)

UK mandate in DRC 31.10.2010. - 09.11.2010.

ISSAT has been requested by DFID to provide an external team that will review progress on an annual basis for the (SSAPR) programme and a supplementary review at the six-month point for the Police Support Programme (PSP) element. Field missions were implemented between 2010 and 2014, including two missions per annum of duration up to 3 weeks each.

ISSAT provided a team of up to five persons biennially for a duration of up to three weeks to:

  • Assess progress achieved since inception or the last review, including an assessment of the quality of progress. This assessment should be conducted against the project logframe, but also weighed against the evolving Congolese political environment and general best practice in SSR.
  • Make recommendations and identify action points regarding any major issues and problems affecting progress.
  • Assess the project’s progress during the last year against the Outputs in the logframe, (including a consideration of Assumptions and Risks), relevance, efficacy and coherence, and determine whether and what changes are required;
  • Identify priorities for the coming period based on gaps or shortfalls identified in the project and taking into account the evolving Congolese political environment.

The exact methodology for the evaluation was determined by the team in consultation with the DFID office in Kinshasa prior to the first deployment. 

The full annual review (involving up to five persons) will take place during the period of September-December of each year, starting 2010. The supplementary review (involving up to three persons) will take place during the period of March – June of each year, starting 2011. Reports will lay out key findings and recommendations for DFID, the management agents and where appropriate other stakeholders.

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Support to UK SSR activities in Guinea-Bissau

UK mandate in Guinea Bissau 29.01.2009. - 06.02.2009.

Following the recommendations from the ISSAT-supported UK Assessment Mission to Guinea Bissau in September 2008, ISSAT was requested by the UK to provide assistance for their activities in support of the SSR process in Guinea-Bissau post November 2008 elections. Particular emphasis was placed on supporting the role of the national SSR coordination structures.

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Support to UK SSR activities in Guinea-Bissau

UK mandate in Guinea Bissau 20.09.2008. - 27.09.2008.

ISSAT has been requested by the UK to provide assistance to support their SSR activities in Guinea-Bissau.

This will comprise a needs assessment of SSR requirements in Guinea Bissau and a detailed programme design including options for management for HMG’s activities in 09/10 in support of SSR inGuinea-Bissauthrough the Africa Conflict Prevention Pool. 

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