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Logical Framework 2010-2013

Intervention Logic Objectively verifiable Indicators of Achievement Peoples participation in the voter registration and in the 2011 tripartite elections Number of registered voters, turn out in 2011 tripartite elections Violence free 2011 tripartite elections Number of cases handled by the ACC, the CMCs Sources and means of Verification Assumptions and Risks

Overall Objective
Mold a democratically governed society through informed citizenry and accountable leaders ECZ electoral roll and local and international monitors reports Civil Society willing to embark on a coalition Unbiased and professional ECZ and public media Adequate / sufficient resources available

Specific Objectives
Monitoring and advocating for improved quality service delivery and accountability of elected leaders, candidates and public officials. Increased capacities of citizens and reduced apathy in democratic and development processes through training and creative production, dissemination and sharing of information and knowledge at all levels of governance DPRNC & ECZ Data ACC documentation CmC documentation IP media reports

Strategic Results
1.Causes of lack of participation of citizens in civic duties identified and addressed Number of NRC issued during the nation- wide drive Percentage of eligible voters registered for 2011 tripartite elections Increased number of polling stations Voter turnout in 2011 2. Citizens are fully aware of their Increased number DNRPC reports Number of eligible voter captured on the ECZ Voter Register ECZ polling station figures ECZ data Ability to formulate new messages and new techniques that effectively address citizenry disillusionment of multiparty democracy and other root causes of apathy by citizens to participate in civic duties identified


New constitution in

rights and empowered to claim them without fear or intimidation

of visitors to the IP website and Database Increased number and increased participation in online debates, democracy foras, good governance clubs, radio programmes

monitoring of the website and database to track information accessing behaviours IP generated reports

place that reflect the will of the people and address electoral reforms Effective Decentralization of state institutions

3. Enhanced democratic coexistence of political parties

Number of election related incidents Number of breaches to the Electoral code of conduct Number of cases handled by the Conflict Management Committees in the districts. Number of complaints and petitions Getting involved with the Vision Coalition 2011 Frequency of monitoring to assess the registration exercise Number of position papers

Police reports & Media reports ECZ data National Conflict Management Committee report

Partiality/impartiality in application of the Public Order Act Effective enforcement mechanisms of the Electoral Code of Conduct Media reporting in line with ethic and deontology Establishment of electoral tribunal Citizenry aware of complaint mechanism

Court data

4. Improved monitoring of the civic process especially elections and level of engagement with ECZ and other CSOs

Vision Coalition 2011 partners reports ECZ data on accreditations delivered

Willingness of CSO partners to embark on coalition Obstacle to creation of a coalition under the new NGO Bill/political interferences Capacity to equip the monitors with

Media reports

issued to highlight necessary Improvements in the implementation of all steps of the electoral process Number of monitors deployed to observe the political campaign Number of monitors deployed on Election Day 5. Turn IP into a semi professional structure Successful establishment of an IP center IP annual report IP reports to donors

effective means of communication ECZ receptive to constructive criticisms Continued support from donors which embrace the electoral cycle approach

Continued support from donors, ability to cover administrative cost through successful fundraising

Activities for Strategic Results

1. causes of civic apathy identified and addressed 1.1 Voter apathy survey: conduct an in-depth survey to analyse the critical drop in voter participation between the last two tripartite elections. Analysis of regional voting patterns, profile of Abstentions 1.2 Production of new Voter education messages and tools: Elaboration of new key civic and voter education messages to stimulate voter participation based on the outcome of the survey Printing and distribution of Number of answers to the IP monthly reports survey (include follow up on the implementation of the survey in the IP centre monthly report format) Number of posters, leaflets and banners printed and distributed Number of repetitions of theatre drama, ECZ data Availability of communities to participate in the survey

DPRNC report

posters, leaflets, banners.

number of art exhibited

1.3 Elaboration of new civic and Number of civic voter education techniques ; educators improved tools to pass on new deployed. key messages: engage with theatre company to produce a drama to be played in the constituencies, engage school teachers and pupils in art exhibit competition, production of comics and cartoons, use of billboards in strategic locations, organize democracy festival in the communities, engage with musicians to create voter education songs, translate all tools in local languages 1.4 Community outreach programmes Number of Civic and voter education session conducted in communities

Adoption of new constitution that impact on the electoral system/delay in the adoption of the new constitution: same electoral system

1.5 Radio programmes

Number of radio programmes broadcasted Number of NRC delivered

1.6 Issuance of NRC Campaign: sensitize the communities on the need to obtain the NRC (using new messages and new tools) 1.7 Voter Registration Campaign: sensitize the communities on the need to register as voters and to

Final number of eligible voter enlisted on the Final Voter Roll

verify the data during the verification process (using new messages and new tools) 1.8 Voter participation Campaign: sensitize voters on the importance of their participation on election day and on how to mark their ballots (using new messages and new tools) 2. Enhanced democracy education activities 2.1 Decentralization Campaign: raise awareness among the citizenry of the benefit expected from strengthened local governance through online community participation, democracy fora, radio programmes, school debates, community outreach and good governance clubs) Identifying training needs of the traditional leaders, councillors and administrative staff (in partnership with the decentralization secretariat of the Ministry of Local Government) 2.2 APRM Campaign: raise awareness among the citizenry about the APRM process through the IP website, radio programmes, school debates, community outreach and good governance clubs. Channel issues from the grass roots to APRM Secretariat and to the IP Centre Contribution to APRM Civil Society report. Monitoring that the Zambia report produced for January 2010 reflect the reality on

Register Voter turnout in by elections and 2011 tripartite elections

ECZ data

Number of online debates, school debates organized by IP centre Number of radio programmes broadcasted, number of phone calls received during the radio programmes. Number of training session organized.

IP Centre monthly reports

Radio survey

Ignorance and disillusionment of multi-party democracy identified as two of the root causes of civic apathy

IP information centre monthly reports

IP successful in building capacity of its staff.

Number of IPs, APRM Secretariat radio data programmes, school debates, community outreach and good governance clubs discussions organised by the IP Centre

Active participation of all like minded organisations in the production of an APRM civil society report

National Governing Council & APRM secretariat having a fruitful working relationship

the ground: comparison of civil society and national governing council reports. Dissemination of the situation report to be reviewed by the Peers and of the Peers assessment. 2.3 NCC programme: Desk study to identify the gaps and points of disagreement between the 2006 project and the document produced by the NCC. Production of an online and published Constitution gap booklet. Sensitization through dissemination of the draft Constitution (through IP website, radio programmes, school debates, democracy fora, community outreach and good governance clubs) advocacy to rectify problematic issues 2.4 Accountability of elected leaders and public officials Campaign: scale up activities of good governance mediation implemented at grass root level through the democracy fora organized by the the IP Centre and website at all administrative levels, assessment of work delivered by incumbent MPs and councillors, document all cases of corruption to be forwarded to the ACC and to Transparency International Zambia. 2.5 Improve delivery of services by IP information Centre: equip the centre with photocopying machines, computers and fax. Number of Constitution gap booklet printed and distributed Number of draft Constitution distributed and consulted on the IP website and database IP Centre monthly reports Timeframe for adoption of new Constitution. Discrepancy between people wishes previously expressed and new constitution

Numbers of issues solved and ACC, TIZ reports improved service & data delivery, number of cases forwarded to ACC and TiZ

How well the centre is fully equipped

Internet access. Beef- up content of library in collaboration with key partners and with governmental institutions: FNDP, CDF, Youth empowerment Fund... information made available 3. Improved monitoring of the electoral process 3.1 Vision and Coalition 2011: creation of an umbrella body to join forces with other key CSO partners in terms of monitoring and advocacy 3.2 Monitoring: Monitor the issuance of NRC, nomination and registration of candidates the political campaign (document all cases of treating and bribering and abuse of state ressources to be forwarded to ACC, TIZ and conflict management committees, Selection and training of polling staff, procurement and distribution of election materials; Election day monitoring (training and deployment of domestic monitors in all the polling streams), Aggregation and transmission of results (training and deployment of monitors in 193 constituency returning officers premises), Cross-checking of results published at polling station level and announced at national level. Monitor the handling of complaints and petitions. Monitoring the media Media monitoring unit of IP reports Vision and Coalition 2011 reports Number of materials available both online and on the database

Continuous donor

Number of ECZ data domestic monitors trained and deployed; number of accreditations delivered by the ECZ

ECZ data

Media outlets

Support Resources to train and equip monitors with

Number of Media reports Number of position papers 3.3 Advocacy: lobby DPRNC to rectify weaknesses identified in the issuance of NRC process (computerization); lobby the ECZ to rectify the weaknesses identified in the building up of the Increased number of polling stations final voter register and for continuous, effective voter registration ; advocate for increased number of polling stations 3.4 Identification of entry points in DPRNC, ECZ, donor community, GoZ and MPs for dissemination of position papers. Opinion campaigns 4. Promote democratic coexistence of political parties 4.1 Training of young politicians: Scale up and improve the content of the training of young politicians. Mentorship programme of trained young politicians by former trainees. Number of training sessions organized. Reviewed training manual

communication means and to set up an operation room in Lusaka

DPRNC & ECZ willingness to hear and act upon constructive criticisms conveyed

4.2 Intra party democracy: research and production of a booklet that list regional good practices in terms of intra party democracy plus checklist to monitor primaries

Parties & candidates Political parties, manifesto candidates quality of the Media outlets political campaign Number of booklets printed and disseminated

Poor service delivery and unaccountability of elected leaders identified as one of the root causes of civic apathy during the research conducted.

4.4 Issue based elections Campaign: identify key concerns of the electorate through research conducted by the democracy information officers, production of a national voter manifesto, engage with political parties and candidates to lobby for endorsement of the national voter manifesto, organize and facilitate debates between candidates covered by community based radios (quick vote platforms)

Number of answers to the research; number of voter manifesto printed and distributed Number of debates held Number of episodes of treating and electoral offences reported in the media, to the police and handled in the CMCs Number of complaints and petitions lodged Number of training session organized for the security forces Number of signing the code of conduct ceremonies held

National Conflict Management Committee reports Police reports Judiciary data Vision Coalition 2011 reports

Resistance of aspirants MPs and councillors to endorse the national voter manifesto

4.5 Violence free election Campaign: engage with campaign managers, monitor implementation of public order act during the campaign period, sensitize the electorate about the dispositions of the code of conduct, training of police forces, engage with political parties and candidates in signing ceremonies of the code of conduct 5. Improve Project and staff capacity 5.1 Improve engagement and visibility of the IP Staff

5.2 Improve the communication flow within the Project: compilation IP information centre monthly reports sent back to the field, production of position papers on key national issues, standardization of reporting, publication of monthly newsletter 5.3 Improve IP external communication and visibility: improve IP website and creation of a CSO web portal to improve communication with CSO partners and between IP Information Centre and creation of a framework of engagement with CSO partners to improve good governance mediation activities

Election of new Interim Board by December 2010 Number of staff meeting held at IP Information Centre

Number of visitors to IP website and CSO portal Number of newsletter published Number of MoU signed with partners Number of staff trained Capacity to retain staff

5.4 Improve human resources management: creation of a database of employees and volunteers that map skills and training needs. Development of training programme. 5.5 Engage with new donors and in new fundraising activities aiming at securing IP own funds to secure sustainability of programmed activities

Number of new donors Number of fundraising activities organized at the IP information centre Number of members of the Friends of IP

Willingness of past trainees to support IP

5.6 Creation of The Friends of IP : tool to increase membership, increase level of own funds and as an entry point with the business community and

Willingness of the business community to fund good governance activities

social networks