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Medium Term Sector Strategies for Ministries, Department and Agencies Course

By: Tom Associates  

Lagos State, Nigeria

12 - 16 Mar, 2018  5 days

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NGN 175,000

The objective of the training is to expose participants drawn from the Central Planning department of the Ministry of Planning and Economic Development in Kwara State as well as Officers responsible for Planning  in all the other Ministries, Departments and Agencies to the principles, practices and current thinking, concepts  and developments on Medium Term Sector Strategies in order to facilitate the process of MTSS across the state, whether this is to be done on a pilot basis or if it is to be rolled out across the state all at once.  The training will cover the steps to be followed by all participating line ministries and MDAs with the aim of:

  • Ensuring an appropriate degree of consistency between the submissions from different ministries; and
  • Allowing an appropriate degree of flexibility to reflect between-sector differences and to allow for learning and development through the process

Course Contents


  • Overview
  • Definition of concepts
  • What is MTSS
  • Why is MTSS necessary
  • Flaws in current Planning system
  • Links between MTSS and other planning documents
  • Stakeholder participation


  • Doing MTSS
  • Features of MTSS/MTEF
  • Stages in MTSS development
  • Stage 1 – Review and Preparation
  • Stage 2 – Strategy Workshops
  • Stage 3 – Documentation and Agreement
  • Roles and responsibilities of those involved with MTSS development
  • The Costing Framework
  • Programme Based Budgeting
  • How to cost activities


  • Monitoring and Evaluation
  • The purpose of M and E
  • The Performance Reporting and Review system
  • Contents of the Performance Evaluation Report
  • How to undertake Annual Performance Reviews
  • Roles and responsibilities of those involved in the Performance Reporting and Review process
  • Understanding and developing KPIs


  • Stakeholder Participation
  • Gender and Social Inclusion in planning
  • The role of civil society in the planning process
5/7 Alade Lawal Street, Opposite Divisional Police Station, Off Ikorodu Road, Anthony, Lagos. Mar 12 - 16 Mar, 2018

Registration: 08:30:am - 09:00:am

Class Session: 09:00:am - 04:00:am

NGN 175,000.00(Including VAT)
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Mr Abiodun Toki 08033019120

3 – 4 participants: 5% discount 5 or more participants: 10% discount
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