Empowering Local Communities: SDG Implementation in Nkayi Rural District Council

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Actions taken on SDG implementation in Nkayi Rural District Council, a less developed area in Zimbabwe, illustrate strategic planning aligned with national priorities. Through program-based budgeting and community-driven initiatives, the council addresses key areas like governance, social services, infrastructure, and environmental sustainability. Success stories highlight the impact of local ownership and collaborative efforts in improving livelihoods and achieving sustainable development goals.


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Empowering Local Communities: SDG Implementation in Nkayi Rural District Council

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  1. Localising SDGs Nkayi Rural District Council

  2. Presentation Outline Actions taken on SDG implementation Priority Areas Usefulness of VLR Conclusion

  3. Nkayi Map

  4. Background of Nkayi RDC Nkayi RDC is one of the 7 Districts in Matabeleland North province, Zimbabwe and has a population of 112 471 It is one of the less developed districts in Zimbabwe, with poor road infrastructure, poor network communication, lack of access to water. Some people used to call the place Komnyamubambile as it relates to less development.

  5. Actions taken on SDGs implementation Several actions and activities have been done and some are ongoing and all these have and continue to contribute to the SDGs The 5 year strategic plan (2021-2025) is aligned to the Min MDAs, which is aligned to NDS1 which is also aligned to SDGs All National Key priority areas are visible in all programs implemented in the District Council Chairperson - The Minister Performance Contract Chief Executive Officer - Council Chairperson Performance contract Heads of Departments Chief Executive Officer Performance Contract

  6. Actions taken on SDGs implementation cont Program based budgeting on 6 thematic areas (governance and administration, social services, Roads, water, sanitation and hygiene, Environment and Natural Resources and Public Safety and Security

  7. Priority Areas and Success stories Sources of data for prioritising census -Ward based profiling (community vision) done by Amalima Loko -Budget consultations -Cluster subcommittees that feed into the RDDC (Ward Civil Protection Committees, Food and Security, Child Protection, DWSCC, etc 2. Wash in Schools (all stakeholder approach ) Construction of RHCs and waiting mother s homes in existing facilities thereby addressing universal access and reducing maternal mortality Solarised water points and community gardens enhancing food security

  8. Benefits of VLR Creates ownership at local level Promotes horizontal and vertical integration Strengthens partnerships and promotes Monitoring and evaluation Facilitates dialogue

  9. Challenges Poor revenue base Reliance on Central Government Grants which at times delay

  10. Waiting mothers shelter at Nesigwe Rural Health Centre

  11. Water source at Amazwimabili Primary School

  12. Faniya- Mloyiswa Rural Health Centre

  13. Water Source at Mjena Rural Health Centre

  14. Conclusion THANK YOU

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