Results Based Management Strategy Development
Primson Management Services believes that the foundation of good programme interventions is a solid strategy (national and organizational) that is framed from a result-based perspective.
We have expertise in development of strategies at national levels and for institutions. We complement strategy development with the development of Costed Action Plans to bring meaning into the strategies.
Primson Management Services believes that the foundation of good programme interventions is a solid strategy (national and organizational) that is framed from a result-based perspective. Primson prides itself in providing excellent services in the development of outcome-oriented strategies. The Firm has extensive experience in the development of results-based strategies at the following levels: State Level (Especially development of HIV and AIDS Strategies popularly known as NSFs), Organisational Levels (mainly for CSOs). PMS is a trailblazer in providing the whole menu of Result Based Management (RBM) strategic planning, which include the strategic frameworks, costed implementation (action) plans, and as needed, the Monitoring and Evaluation Log Frame. As a strategist, PMS also develops concept notes for organisations in need of the services. The Planning processes enable the formulation of a comprehensive route for resource mobilisation, effective and innovative implementation and a platform for simple monitoring and evaluation. Primson is a global good practice in the development of indicative costed Action Plans after the formulation of hybrid strategic frameworks. The firm was an invited speaker on costed action plans at a global web conference (Webinnar) facilitated by the United Nations (UN).
DEVELOPMENT OF GREAT ZIMBABWE UNIVERSITY’S SCHOOL OF WOMEN, GENDER AND CULTURAL STUDIES STRATEGIC PLAN (2014-2018) AND COSTED ACTION PLAN
Client: Great Zimbabwe University (GZU)
Period: March 2014
PMS successfully facilitated Great Zimbabwe University’s School of Women, Gender and Cultural Studies Strategic Plan, Costed Action Plan and the Concept Note. All the aforementioned pieces will inform the operation of the school for the period 2014-2018.
SADC HIV FUND INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY STRENGTHENING OF 30 CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS IN THE HIV RESPONSE
Client: SADC HIV Fund
Period:Aug 2011- July 2013
The three country programme focused on institutional capacity strengthening of 30 civil society organisations in the HIV response and zeroed on 4 RBM areas: governance, financial management systems, Innovative programming and alignment to National HIV priorities (NSF) and supporting CSOs in the development of IRBM compliant strategies.
REGIONAL SADC CARE AND SUPPORT FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING PROGRAMME EVALUATION
Client: Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC)
Period: March – April 2013
The4 year programme (December 2008 to July 2013) was evaluated by a 5 member team inDRC, Mozambique, SA, Swaziland, Zambia. The assessment verified progress towards the results (in terms of outputs, outcomes), comparing original plans with actual implementation. The recommendations were used in the design of a successor programme.
DEVELOPMENT OF MACO STRATEGIC PLAN (2014-2018) AND COSTED ACTION PLAN (2014)
Client: Midlands AIDS Caring Organisation (MACO)
Period: Sept 2013
Primson Management Services successfully facilitated MACO Strategic Plan and Costed Action Plan. The Strategic Plan was a Results Based one with clear strategies, outputs and outcomes.
THE NATIONAL HIV AND AIDS FRAMEWORK (NSF) FOR THE GAMBIA: (2010)
Client: ASAP-World Bank
Period: February – April 2010
Development of the Results Based National HIV and AIDS strategic framework (NSF) for Gambia in 2010
DEVELOPMENT OF A COSTED 2 YEAR GBV ACTION PLAN FOR THE REPUBLIC OF SEYCHELLES
The work entailed inception consultation of stakeholder to inform the Action Planning exercise. Facilitation of a two day workshop on the development of inputs to the GBV action plan which were results oriented. A draft result oriented GBV Action plan was developed; UN Women Southern African Regional Office
THE NATIONAL HIV AND AIDS FRAMEWORK (NSF) FOR THE SWAZILAND (2009)
Period:October – December 2008
Developed the National HIV and AIDS Strategic Framework (NSF) (2009-2013) for Swaziland. The NSF was Results Based, evidence driven and used both gender and human rights approaches.
NUTRITION AND HIV AIDS STRATEGY
Period: 2008 – 2010
The strategy was aligned to the national HIV strategy (ZNASP) and was frame in an outcome/results based approach. The Overall strategy outcome was “Improved nutritional status and quality of Life for people living with and affected by HIV and AIDS in Zimbabwe by 2010); Ministry of health & Child Welfare and Unicef Zimbabwe