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What:Using the RSL, reports from the scoping and follow up missions, the RSA, bilateral meetings and workshops, a draft Partnership Plan is developed, jointly between the FPs, facilitator, Scoping Lead, sectoral ministries, Partnership members, and others.
Who: Member country FPs, Scoping Lead, Facilitator
When: Draft ready within 6 months of distributing the consolidated responses to the RSL.
What: Revisions to draft Plan are made and draft version cross-checked with country stakeholders, Partnership Members for review. The draft Partnership Plan is submitted to the FPs for final approval. At this stage, it is important to check that the Partnership Plan responds to gender issues identified in the RSA and whether funding for these considerations exists or needs to be identified.
Who: Member country FPs, Facilitator, Scoping Lead
When: Within 3 weeks after draft Plan submitted
What: As the Plan is being developed and finalized, a system for tracking progress is discussed during and in consultations with stakeholders. This system explores existing national planning monitoring and evaluation systems or other performance tracking systems.
Who: Member country FPs, Facilitator
When: Within two weeks after Plan finalized