The implementation of a capacity development plan includes managing and delivering interventions to achieve targeted results, as well as monitoring progress by measuring identified indicators. Monitoring activities should inform the implementation process on a regular basis and should allow managers to adapt and change as necessary to achieve results.
The following points should be considered when
UNDP contributes to strengthening governance and oversight of capacity development by facilitating and supporting CCMs together with national entities to create a working group or sub-committee responsible for the oversight of implementation of capacity development framework of action.
This sub-committee can be held accountable to meet the national capacity development needs, for managing and tracking results in terms of systems in place as well as the number and quality of skilled management and programme staff. They can be responsible to ensure that capacity development measures are sustained to meet needs as they arise. The sub-committee can also take over the coordination of the capacity development process and results management with other partners, thus, helping in clarification of the roles and responsibilities of each of the stakeholders.
Creating a culture of dialogue among the different players results in more effective and efficient delivery of capacity development measures as well as promoting the sharing of good practices.