We monitor progress against the original design (Project Memorandum) produced by DFID in conjunction with the Steering Committee and the Task Force. We produce a report every six months to detail the progress made.
The plans for the first six months of the programme, from July to December 2005, can be found in our inception report. Here you can download the progress reports which review progress made in the previous half year and identifies our plans for the next six month.
This report covers progress made with the first six-month workplan contained in the Inception Report. Priorities for this period included: setting up priority activities in the two pilot areas of Freetown and Moyamba District; recruiting a full staff team; developing strong relationships with partner institutions, including the development of Task Forces, both national and for Moyamba District; and setting up structures and systems as strong foundations for the 5 year programme.
This reports on progress made in the second six-month period of the Inception Phase of the programme. It highlights the progress made on key priority areas, such as congestion in prisons, delays in court, community policing and a national child justice strategy. It describes the steps taken in developing a costed, sector-wide plan which will be completed by the end of 2006. This report includes a detailed workplan for the next six month period to end December 2006.
This progress report covers the six month period between July and December 2006, summarises the progress made since the six month progress report (January – July 2006), identifies progress of activities specifically against the programme logframe, and highlights significant issues that have emerged.
This progress report covers the six-month period between July and December 2007, being the first 6 months of the Implementation Phase of JSDP. It identifies progress of activities specifically against the programme logframe and highlights key issues that have emerged.