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Table of Contents

PART A: STRATEGIC OVERVIEW OF THE MINISTRY

1. GSGDA Policy Objectives...2

2. MDA Mission...2

3. MDA Core functions...2

4. MDA Strategic Policy objectives...2

5. Policy Outcome Indicators and Targets...2

6. MDA Summary Expenditure Estimates by Budget program...3

PART B: BUDGET PROGRAM SUMMARY

Program 1:

Management and Administration…………..…….………..4

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PART C: FINANCIAL INFORMATION

Annex A

i.

Summary of Expenditure by Program, Economic Classification and

Funding Source

ii.

Expenditure by Program and Sub Program

iii.

Expenditure by Project and Program

iv.

Expenditure by Funding and Program

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P A R T A : S T R A T E G I C O V E R V I E W O F T H E

N A T I O N A L C O M M I S S I O N F O R C I V I L E D U C A T I O N

( N C C E )

1 .

G S G D A P o l i c y O b j e c t i v e s

T h e G S G D A c o n t a i n s s i x ( 6 ) P o l i c y O b j e c t i v e s t h a t a r e

r e l e v a n t t o t h e N a t i o n a l C o m m i s s i o n f o r C i v i l

E d u c a t i o n

These are as follows

:

 Enhance civil society and private sector participation in governance

 Promote coordination, harmonization and ownership of the development

process

 Strengthen arms of Government and independent Governance institutions

 Foster civic advocacy to nurture the culture of rights and responsibilities

 Strengthen functional relationship between assembly members and citizens

 Deepen on-going institutionalization and internalization of policy formulation,

planning, and M&E system at all levels

2.

MDA Vision

To be an effective independent governance institution in delivering of civic

education to all Ghanaians and working towards sustaining Ghana's democracy.

3.

MDA Core Functions

The MDA core functions are:

 Create and sustain within the society, the awareness of the principles and objectives of the constitution as the fundamental law of the people of Ghana;  Educate and encourage the public to defend the constitution at all times against

all forms of abuse and violation;

 Formulate for the consideration of Government from time to time, programmes at national, regional and district levels aimed at realizing the objectives of the constitution;

 Formulate, implement and oversee programmes intended to inculcate in the citizens of Ghana awareness of their civic responsibilities and an appreciation of their rights and obligations as free people;

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 Assess for the information of Government, the limitations to the achievement of true democracy arising from the existing inequalities between different strata of the population and make recommendations for re-dressing these inequalities  Perform other functions that Parliament may prescribe.

4.

MDA Strategic Policy Objectives

The MDA has adopted the following strategic policy objectives to guide its effort to fulfil the national policy objectives listed above:

 Promote in-depth consultation between stakeholders;

 Strengthen functional relationship between Assembly Members and citizens;

 Institute regular dialogue between DSOs and government agencies/state

institutions at national and decentralized levels;

 Institutionalize democratic practices in local government structures;

 Develop the capacity of the MMDAs towards effective revenue mobilization;

 Strengthen policy formulation and planning capacity at all levels;

 Strengthen monitoring and evaluation capacity and coordination at all levels;

 Launch public education programme on children’s rights and the dangers of

child trafficking;

 Implement National Behavioural Change Communication strategy for lifestyle

change using the life-cycle approach.

5.

Policy Outcome Indicators and Targets

Outcome Indicator Description

Unit of

Measurement

Baseline Latest Status Target Year Value Year Value Year Value

Improved citizen responsibility through Civic Education

Percentage of the population sensitized

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6.

MDA Summary – Expenditure Estimates by Budget Program, Economic

Classification and Projects.

2010 2012 2013 2014

Actual Budget Est. Outturn Budget Indicative Indicative

GHGHGH

BP1: Management and Administration 466,800 246,800 249,268

BP2: Civic Education 3,010,598 70,000 70,700

Total Expenditure (by Program) 0 0 0 3,477,398 316,800 319,968

2010 2012 2013 2014

Actual Budget Est. Outturn Budget Indicative Indicative

Current Expenditure

Compens a ti on of Empl oyees 5,027,533 5,077,808 5,077,808

Us e of Goods a nd Servi ces 3,083,081 0 0

Subs i di es Gra nts

Soci a l Benefi ts 38,892 0 0

Other Expens es 38,625 0 0

Capital Expenditure

Non-Fi na nci a l As s ets 316,800 316,800 319,968

Total Expenditure (by Economic Classification) 0 0 0 8,504,931 5,394,608 5,397,776

2011 Expenditure by Budget Program

Expenditure by Economic Classification 2011

2010 2012 2013 2014

Actual Budget Est. Outturn Budget Indicative Indicative

GH GH GH

P1 M anagement and Administration 246,800 246,800 249,268

P2 Civic Education 70,000 70,000 70,700

TOTAL (Expenditure by Projects) 316,800 316,800 319,968 2011

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P A R T B : B U D G E T P R O G R A M S U M M A R Y

P R O G R A M 1 : Management and Administration

1.

Budget Program Objective

To effectively coordinate the activities of the various Departments and Directorates within the Commission, ensure the provision of adequate logistics and improve planning and management for quality service delivery.

2.

Budget Program Description

The Management and Administration program covers all the activities that are necessary to create the environment for a high quality civic education delivery.

The key functions include:

 Policy Planning: Determining, implementing, monitoring and reviewing management policies for the smooth running of the Commission.

 Standards: Encouraging staff to work hard in a non-partisan manner and being fair to all parties

 Coordination: Ensuring nationwide coordination of all activities at the regional and district levels.

o Conduct routine inspection on staff and offices

 Human Resource Development: Undertake personnel recruitment and selection o Manage human resource including staff payroll

o Plan and develop effective training programs for quality service delivery

Budget management: Ensure regular updating of Commission strategic plan

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3.

Budget Program Summary: Expenditure by Budget Sub-Program,

Economic Classification and Projects

Program 1: Management and Administration

2010 2012 2013 2014

Actual Budget Est. Outturn Budget Indicative Indicative Project 1 Contruct Head Office Building from 2011-2013 100,000 100,000 101,000 Project 2 Continue and complete Ho NCCE Office by

2012 100,000 100,000 101,000

Project 3

Purchase computers and accessories for 181 Cost Centres, establish a website and an area

network by December, 2012 46,800 46,800 47,268

Total Expenditure 0 0 0 246,800 246,800 249,268 2011

Expenditure by Projects and Program

BSP3: Policy Planning, Monitoring And Evaluation 105,000 0 0

BSP4: Statistics, Research, Information and Public 46,800 46,800 47,268

Total Expenditure 0 0 0 466,800 246,800 249,268

Expenditure by Economic Classification 2010 2012 2013 2014

Actual Budget Est. Outturn Budget Indicative Indicative

Current ExpenditureCompens a ti on of Empl oyees

Us e of Goods a nd Servi ces 190,000 0 0

Subs i di es Gra nts Soci a l Benefi ts

Other Expens es 30,000 0 0

Capital ExpenditureNon-Fi na nci a l As s ets 246,800 246,800 249,268

Total Expenditure 0 0 0 466,800 246,800 249,268

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B U D G E T S U B - P R O G R A M S U M M A R Y

P R O G R A M 1 : M a n a g e m e n t a n d A d m i n i s t r a t i o n

1 .

S U B - P R O G R A M 1 . 1 : General Administration and Human Resource

2.

Budget Sub-Program Objective

To effectively coordinate the activities of the various Departments and Directorates within the Commission and ensure the provision of adequate logistics.

3.

Budget Sub-Program Description

This sub program looks at the coordination of activities of the Commission through the office of the Chairman. It

 Issues directives that are consistent with the policy direction of the Commission;

 Provides logistics (e.g. procurement, transport etc.) for the smooth running of the Commission;

 Manages the assets of the Commission (I.e. administers the maintenance of properties,

manage lease agreements, etc.)

 Ensures adequate human resource to enhance the delivery of Civic Education in line with the Commission’s strategic plan.

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4.

Budget Sub-Program Results Statement

The following output indicators are the means by which the Commission measures the performance of this sub-program. The table indicates the main outputs and an indicator for each. Where past data has been collected this is presented. The projections are the

Commission’s estimate of future performance.

Main Outputs Output Indicator

Past Budget Projections

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Training of staff in requisite skills Percentage of staff trained 2% 2% 2% 10% 15% 15% Internal Auditing Number of cost centres audited 10 11 50 21 60 60

Senior managers trained

Number of Senior managers trained annually 0 0 20 40 40 40 Construction of Ho regional office building Progress of work 10% 20% 60% 100% (Dec.20 14) Construction of Head Office

building Progress of work

- - - 1% 20% 40%

5.

Budget Sub-Program Operations and Projects

The table lists the main Operations and projects to be undertaken by the program

Operations Projects (Investment)

Staff to be trained to improve capacity for voter education by November 2012

Continue and complete Ho NCCE Regional Office by 2012

Undertake Internal Audit programmes annually in all 180 Cost Centres from 2010-2013

Construct two District Offices in each region annually up to December 2012

Staff to be trained to improve capacity at GIMPA by

December 2012 Construct head office building from 2011-2013

Foreign training for two senior management staff Overseas travels for management staff

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6.

Budget Sub-Program Summary: Expenditure by Economic

Classification

Sub-Program 1.1: G e n e r a l A d m i n i s t r a t i o n a n d H u m a n R e s o u r c e

2010 2012 2013 2014

Actual Budget Est. Outturn Budget Indicative Indicative Current Expenditure

21 Compensation of Employees

22 Use of Goods and Services 85,000 - -25 Subsidies 26 Grants 27 Social Benefits 28 Other Expenses 30,000 0 0 Capital Expenditure 31 Non-Financial Assets 200,000 200,000 202,000 Total Expenditure 315,000 200,000 202,000 2011

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P R O G R A M 1 : M a n a g e m e n t a n d A d m i n i s t r a t i o n

S U B - P R O G R A M 1 . 2 : F i n a n c e

1.

Budget Sub-Program Objective

Improve resource mobilization, financial management and reporting.

2.

Budget Sub-Program Description

This sub program considers the financial management practices of the Commission. Some of the activities undertaken include:

 Identifying other revenue streams apart from GOG  Maintain the budget resources of the Commission.

 Ensure compliances with accounting procedures and timely reporting  Maintain proper accounting records

 Ensure budgetary control and management of assets, liabilities, revenue and expenditures

 Preparation of cash-flow statements and final accounts as per the financial regulations.

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3.

Budget Sub-Program Results Statement

The following output indicators are the means by which the Commission measures the performance of this sub-program. The table indicates the main outputs and an indicator for each. Where past data has been collected this is presented. The projections are the

Commission’s estimate of future performance.

Main Outputs Output Indicator

Past Budget Projections

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Preparation of financial reports

Number of

Reports 4 4 4 4 4 4

Updates of assets register Revised Assets

Register Bi-annual Bi-annual Bi-annual Bi-annual Bi-annual

Bi-annual

Responding to audit reports

Internal Audit Reports 1 1 1 4 4 4 External Audit Reports Thirty days after receipt of report Thirty days after receipt of report Thirty days after receipt of report Thirty days after receipt of report Thirty days after receipt of report Thirty days after receipt of report Preparation of annual estimates Date of completion End of September End of September End of September End of September End of September End of Septemb er

4.

Budget Sub-Program Operations and Projects

The table lists the main Operations and projects to be undertaken by the program

Operations Projects (Investment)

Budget Committee Meetings N/A

Collation of data for Budgeting from regions and districts

Review of financial Reports from regions and districts

Capacity building for Accounting staff Assessment on the state of assets of the commission

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5.

Budget Sub-Program Summary: Expenditure by Economic

Classification

Sub-Program 1.2: F i n a n c e

2010 2012 2013 2014

Actual Budget Est. Outturn Budget Indicative Indicative

Current Expenditure

21 Compensation of Employees 22 Use of Goods and Services

25 Subsidies - - -26 Grants 27 Social Benefits 28 Other Expenses - - -Capital Expenditure 31 Non-Financial Assets - - -Total Expenditure - - -2011 Expenditure by Economic Classification

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P R O G R A M 1 : M a n a g e m e n t a n d A d m i n i s t r a t i o n

S U B - P R O G R A M 1 . 3 : Policy, Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation

1.

Budget Sub-Program Objectives

Improve Civic Education Planning and Management.

2.

Budget Sub-Program Description

The sub-program is responsible for:

 Determining, implementing and monitoring Civic education of the Commission and other organisations in Civic Education delivery;

 Conducting routine inspections of Regional and District offices to provide assurance of the maintenance of high service delivery;

 Ensuring the routine updating of the Civic Education strategic plan;  Preparing the annual budget for the Commission;

 Managing the budget approved by parliament.

 Identifying and monitoring the contribution that other organisations make to Civic Education in Ghana.

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3.

Budget Sub-Program Results Statement

The following output indicators are the means by which the Commission measures the performance of this sub-program. The table indicates the main outputs and an indicator for each. Where past data has been collected this is presented. The projections are the

Commission’s estimate of future performance.

Main Outputs Output Indicator

Past Budget Projections

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Staff training in monitoring and evaluation Number of staff trained 360 180 80 4 10 14 Monitoring of programmes Number of monitoring visits undertaken 300 300 300 320 340 340 Monitoring and Evaluation reports Number of M&E internal reports - - 4 4 4 4 Number of M&E external reports - - 1 1 1 1 Management meetings Number of meetings held 30 30 30 30 30 30 Number of ARIC meetings held - - - 4 4 4

4.

Budget Sub-Program Operations and Projects

The lists the main Operations and projects to be undertaken by the program

Operations Projects (Investment)

Give training in monitoring and evaluation of staff by June 2012

Procurement of computers and other data gathering equipment

Undertake quarterly monitoring activities in 181 Cost Centres from 2010-2013

Develop, implement and report on M&E Review and implementation of strategic plan

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5.

Budget Sub-Program Summary: Expenditure by Economic

Classification

Sub-Program 1.3: Policy, Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation

2010 2012 2013 2014

Actual Budget Est. Outturn Budget Indicative Indicative

Current Expenditure

21 Compensation of Employees

22 Use of Goods and Services 105,000 -

-25 Subsidies 26 Grants 27 Social Benefits 28 Other Expenses Capital Expenditure 31 Non-Financial Assets Total Expenditure 105,000 - -2011

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P R O G R AM 1 : M a n a g eme n t a n d Ad m i n is t ra ti o n

S U B - P R O G R A M 1 . 4 : Statistics, Research, Information and Public

Relations

1.

Budget Sub-Program Objective

To strengthen the Civic Education Management Information System (CEMIS) and improve the availability of relevant data and statistics

2.

Budget Sub-Program Description

The sub program is responsible for the following:  Conduct research and data collection

 Design a reliable, accessible ,CEMIS to include all ESP indicators, to track and publish financial data, to link to the payroll, and to enhance sector M&E

 Establish electronic CEMIS systems in all NCCE regional and district offices

 Train officials at regional and district levels on the provision and use of accurate CEMIS data

 Statistics Unit updated in effective data collection, distribution (on-line and printed) and analysis

 Conduct periodic in-service training in the use of CEMIS  Improve corporate image of the Commission

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3.

Budget Sub-Program Results Statement

The following output indicators are the means by which the Commission measures the performance of this sub-program. The table indicates the main outputs and an indicator for each. Where past data has been collected this is presented. The projections are the

Commission’s estimate of future performance.

Main Outputs Output Indicator

Past Budget Projections

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Purchase of computers Number of computers purchased - - 12 200 20 20 Installation of CEMIS Number of Regional and Districts offices networked - - - 181 42 42

4.

Budget Sub-Program Operations and Projects

The table lists the main Operations and projects to be undertaken by the program

5.

Budget Sub-Program Summary: Expenditure by Economic

Classification

Sub-Program 1.4: Statistics, Research, Information and Public Relations

2010 2012 2013 2014

Actual Budget Est. Outturn Budget Indicative Indicative

Current Expenditure

21 Compensation of Employees 22 Use of Goods and Services 25 Subsidies 26 Grants 27 Social Benefits 28 Other Expenses Capital Expenditure 31 Non-Financial Assets 46,800 46,800 47,268 Total Expenditure 46,800 46,800 47,268 2011

Expenditure by Economic Classification

Operations Projects (Investment)

Maintenance and management of network Purchase computers and accessories for 181 Cost Centres,

establish a website and an area network by December 2012 Staffs training and retention on CEMIS

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B U D G E T P R O G R A M S U M M A R Y

P R O G R A M 2 :

CIVIC EDUCATION

1.

Budget Program Objective

To promote and sustain constitutional democracy and inculcate in the Ghanaian citizenry the awareness of their rights and obligations, through civic education

2.

Budget Program Description

This program develops among the citizenry, a culture of democracy through awareness creation, sensitization and participation.

The NCCE has played and continues to play key roles in social and political development by providing the requisite awareness and sensitization which have encouraged many citizens to exercise their civic rights and responsibilities. These areas include:

 Citizens’ participation in the electoral process

 Citizens’ participation in community/local development

 Women’s empowerment to participate in political development

 Promoting the protection of the rights of children, the vulnerable and the excluded in society.

The NCCE, recognizing the broad challenges and demands of democracy, encourages partnership and collaboration with MMDAs and institutions in the implementation of cross cutting issues such as HIV/AIDs. Gender Mainstreaming, Peace and Conflict Resolution Measures, Revenue Generation and Tax Education and general mobilization for national development.

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3.

Budget Program Summary: Expenditure by Budget Sub-Program,

Economic Classification and Projects

2010 2012 2013 2014

Actual Budget Est. Outturn Budget Indicative Indicative

BSP1: Constitutional Awareness 0 0 0

BSP2: Deepening And Sustaining Civic Awareness 2,970,598 70,000 70,700

BSP3: Research On Limitations To True Democracy 40,000 0 0

Total Expenditure 0 0 0 3,010,598 70,000 70,700

2010 2012 2013 2014

Actual Budget Est. Outturn Budget Indicative Indicative Current Expenditure

Compensation of Employees

Use of Goods and Services 2,893,081 0 0

Subsidies Grants Social Benefits 38,892 0 0 Other Expenses 8,625 0 0 Capital Expenditure Non-Financial Assets 70,000 70,000 70,700 Total Expenditure 0 0 0 3,010,598 70,000 70,700

Expenditure by projects and Program

Acquire one hundred and twenty(120) Pick -Ups with public

address systems by June 2012 70,000 70,000 70,700

Total Expenditure 70 000 70 000 70 000

2011

Expenditure by Budget Sub-Program

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P R O G R A M 2 : Civic Education

S U B - P R O G R A M 2 . 1 : Constitutional Awareness Creation

1.

Budget Sub-Program Objective

To create and sustain within the society the awareness of the principles and the objectives of the constitution.

2.

Budget Sub-Program Description

Under this, the National Commission for Civic Education seeks to play and continue to play key roles in social and political development by providing the awareness and sensitisation which will encourage citizens to exercise their civic rights and responsibilities. The areas include

 The promotion of awareness on the protection of the rights of children, the vulnerable and the excluded in the society.

 Making the constitution easily available in English and other Ghanaian languages.  Deepening the knowledge of the constitution in the primary, secondary, tertiary

levels and amongst out-of – school youth.

 Create platforms to educate and sensitize the public on the tenets of the constitution. The Sub Program involves intensive work conducted by 170 districts and 10 regional offices of the Commission

99% of the program is funded by the Government of Ghana with other donors contributing 1% of National Commission for Civic Education annual budget.

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3.

Budget Sub-Program Results Statement

The following output indicators are the means by which the Ministry measures the performance of this sub-program. The table indicates the main outputs and an indicator for each. Where past data has been collected this is presented. The projections are the

Ministry’s estimate of future performance.

Main Outputs Output Indicator

Past Budget Projections 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Public Education and Sensitization on principles and objectives of the constitution

Number of communities sensitized

10000 20000 20000 42500 42500 42500

4.

Budget Sub-Program Operations and Projects

The table lists the main Operations and projects to be undertaken by the program

Operations Projects (Investment)

Public Education and Sensitization

Acquire one hundred and twenty (120) pickups with public address systems by June 2012

Create and sustain awareness among citizens annually on good Governance and essence of taxation at all levels of society from 2012 to 2014.

Establish and sustain Civic Education Clubs activities Creation of awareness through annual constitution week activities

Sensitization of school youth through Constitution game competitions

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5 .

B u d g e t S u b - P r o g r a m S u m m a r y : E x p e n d i t u r e b y

E c o n o mi c C l a s s i f i c a t i o n

S u b - P r o g r a m 2 . 1 : C o n s t i t u t i o n a l A w a r e n e s s C r e a t i o n

2010 2012 2013 2014

Actual Budget Est. Outturn Budget Indicative Indicative Current Expenditure

21 Compensation of Employees

22 Use of Goods and Services - - -25 Subsidies 26 Grants 27 Social Benefits 28 Other Expenses Capital Expenditure 31 Non-Financial Assets Total Expenditure - - -2011

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P R O G R A M 2 : Civic Education

S U B - P R O G R A M 2 . 2 : Deepening and Sustaining Civic Awareness

1.

Budget Sub-Program Objective

To formulate, implement and oversee programs intended to inculcate in the citizens of Ghana awareness of their civic responsibilities and appreciation of their rights and obligations as free people of Ghana.

2.

Budget Sub-Program Description

This sub program seeks to educate and encourage the public to defend the constitution at all times against all forms of abuse and violation. It can be seen through the following areas

 Nurture the youth to be patriotic and good citizens

 Inculcate in the citizenry democratic values to encourage them to stand up for Ghana at all times.

 Educate the citizenry to understand and appreciate operations National and Local Governance systems.

 Foster civic advocacy to nurture the culture of rights and responsibilities  Effective Citizens’ participation in issues of governance at all levels.  Women empowerment to participate in political development

The Sub Program will involve intensive work conducted by 170 districts and 10 regional offices of the Commission.99% of the program will be funded by the Government of Ghana with other donors contributing 1% of National Commission for Civic Education annual budget.

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3.

Budget Sub-Program Results Statement

The following output indicators are the means by which the Commission measures the performance of this sub-program. The table indicates the main outputs and an indicator for each. Where past data has been collected this is presented. The projections are the

Commission’s estimate of future performance.

Main Outputs Output Indicator

Past Budget Projections

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Citizenry educated on violent-free elections Number of communities educated on violent free elections - - 20000 42500 20000 42500 Social Auditing Number of activities undertaken in the districts - - - - 223 223 Project Citizen Number of schools sensitised - - - - 100 150

4. Budget Sub-Program Operations and Projects

The table lists the main Operations and projects to be undertaken by the program

Operations Projects (Investment)

Collaborate with Electoral Commission to sensitize the citizenry to reduce acrimony and create a free political environment through civic engagement of activities of political parties and voters in general by November 2012.

Procurement of motor bikes and vehicles

Undertake Social auditing activities in regions and

districts Procurement of public address systems

Undertake Project citizen in Schools Procurement of projectors

Community outreach, TV and radio programmes and

mobile cinema shows. Procure ten (10) cinema Vans and accessories

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5 .

B u d g e t S u b - P r o g r a m S u m m a r y : E x p e n d i t u r e b y

E c o n o mi c C l a s s i f i c a t i o n

S u b - P r o g r a m 2 . 2 : D e e p e n i n g a n d S u s t a i n i n g C i v i c

A w a r e n e s s

2010 2012 2013 2014

Actual Budget Est. Outturn Budget Indicative Indicative

Current Expenditure

21 Compens a ti on of Empl oyees

22 Us e of Goods a nd Servi ces 2,853,081

25 Subs i di es 26 Gra nts

27 Soci a l Benefi ts 38,892

28 Other Expens es 8,625

Capital Expenditure

31 Non-Fi na nci a l As s ets 70,000 70,000 70,700

Total Expenditure 2,970,598 70,000 70,700

2011

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P R O G R A M 2 : Civic Education

S U B - P R O G R A M 2 . 3 : Research on Limitations to True Democracy

1.

Budget Sub-Program Objectives

Assess for the information of Government limitations to the achievement of true democracy arising from inequalities between different strata of the population.

2.

Budget Sub-Program Description

The sub program seeks to develop benchmarks/criteria for measuring inequalities among the different segments in the Ghanaian society for effective and realistic assessment of limits to the achievement of true democracy and make recommendation to the Government for redress.

The sub-program is funded mainly by Government subvention and complimented by Development-Partner-Funding. Activities carried out under the program include data collection and processing, publications, opinion polls, seminars and workshops.

The national office develops research projects and supervises their implementation at the district, regional and national levels. The various regional and districts offices also do initiate and undertake their own research activities.

To fully implement this subprogram, the Commission develops an effective institutional linkage with the appropriate Government institutions for the purpose of getting prompt Governmental responses to recommendations.

In order to ensure that officers have up-to-date knowledge and skills related to the conduct of research, internal and external capacity training programs are organised for them periodically.

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3.

Budget Sub-Program Results Statement

The following output indicators are the means by which the Commission measures the performance of this sub-program. The table indicates the main outputs and an indicator for each. Where past data has been collected this is presented. The projections are the

Commission’s estimate of future performance.

Main Outputs Output Indicator

Past Budget Projections

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Research on issues of concern to Ghanaian voter on the election 2012 Reports on concerns to Ghanaian voter published - - - 1 - - Assessment of civic education Number of programs assessed - - - 3 5 7

Baseline studies on civic issues Number of baselines studies conducted - - 1 1 1

4. Budget Sub-Program Operations and Projects

The table lists the main Operations and projects to be undertaken by the program

Operations Projects (Investment)

Conduct research on issues of concern to Ghanaian

voter for Election 2012 Procurement of giant photocopier

Collect baseline data Procurement of software(SPSS)

Conduct survey on civic education programs

Procurement of scanners, comb binding machines and computers

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5 .

B u d g e t S u b - P r o g r a m S u m m a r y : E x p e n d i t u r e b y

E c o n o mi c C l a s s i f i c a t i o n

S u b - P r o g r a m 2 . 3 : R e s e a r c h o n L i m i t a t i o n s t o T r u e

D e m o c r a c y

2010 2012 2013 2014

Actual Budget Est. Outturn Budget Indicative Indicative

Current Expenditure

21 Compens a ti on of Empl oyees

22 Us e of Goods a nd Servi ces 40,000 -

-25 Subs i di es 26 Gra nts 27 Soci a l Benefi ts 28 Other Expens es

Capital Expenditure

31 Non-Fi na nci a l As s ets

Total Expenditure 40,000 -

-2011

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