Institutional Governance

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Purpose

The transversal focus of the Institutional Governance Programme results in a contribution to the following sectorial strategic goals:

Goals

Goal 1: A transformed, coherent and development-focused Sector - Driving greater policy and planning coherence in the Sector towards the achievement of sectorial development outcomes.
 
Goal 2: Nation building through effective social cohesion programme implementation - Leading nation building and societal transformation through effective social cohesion programmes and a focus on multilingualism.
 
Goal 3: A productive, diverse and inclusive ACH Sector - Protecting, preserving, promoting and developing Arts, Culture and Heritage and advancing the socio-economic inclusivity and contribution of the Sector.
 
Goal 4: Sound governance, modernised systems and processes, and a sustainable ACH Sector - Sound governance and the modernising of the ACH Sector to ensure the effective utilisation and leveraging of ACH resources for the benefit of all South Africans.The                             Programme is responsible for the coordination and management of all cross-cutting functions; and support and oversight to the DAC public entities; including international relations coordination, social cohesion, target groups mainstreaming, sectorial planning and              monitoring, and evaluation.
 
The Institutional Governance Programme covers the work of the following sub-programmes:
 
1. Social Cohesion, Nation Building and Target Groups:
 
    • Arts and Youth Enrichment

     • Arts and Social Development

     • Nation Building and Social Cohesion

     • MTSF Outcome 14 Coordination

2. Coordination, Monitoring and Evaluation:

    • Monitoring and Evaluation

     • Entity Management (Good Governance)

     • Infrastructure Development and Maintenance

3. International Relations:

     • Africa and Middle East

     • Bilaterals

     • Multilaterals and Resourcing