Office of the Prime minister Policies

Cabinet Decision or Date/Year of Enactment Date of Review Name of Document Purpose/Rationale of Policy(ies)/ Strategies Supporting Documents
         

1999

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A framework to encourage them to develop skills, competencies and abilities for the benefit of the Public Service.

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2003

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To provide a framework that aiming at empowering public servants to make informed decisions at every stage of their work cycle.

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2005

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This E-Governance policy outlines the intention of the government and the attendant strategies to ensure ICT become an effective tool that will allow the Government to provide its services to all the citizens 24 hours ,7 days a week

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2011

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The purpose of this strategic plan report is twofold. On the one hand, the strategic plan serves as a planning and a management tool for the Office of the Prime Minister. On the other hand, it serves as the strategy of this Office for the next five years (2011-2016).

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2015

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The aim of the NEEEF is to provide a clear overarching policy framework into which all other policies will slot. The NEEEF will supersede all other transformation and empowerment policies of Government as well as provide the framework within which all private sector initiatives, past and future, will be expected to conform to.

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2016

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The HARAMBEE PLAN FOR PROSPERITY [HPP] has been developed to complement the National Development Plans and Vision 2030. The HPP is a focused and targeted approach to achieve high impact in defined priority areas.

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February 2012

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The purpose of this Policy Framework is to — a. Regulate the function of Human Resources Development (HRD) in O/M/As and RCs in order to accelerate service delivery in the Civil Service b. Support the attraction and recruitment of staff to the Civil Service, and Develop, nurture and utilise talent optimally.

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July 1999

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A framework to encourage them to develop skills, competencies and abilities for the benefit of the Public Service.

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July 1999

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To provide real-time information for evidence-based decision-making. The need to forecast the onset and extent of seasonal food insecurity and appropriate response options and anticipate implications of different transfer modalities on markets cannot be overemphasized. Strengthening the technical capacity of NamVAC to effectively coordinate existing systems, analyze data and generate information products useful for early detection and warning for timely decision making would make remarkable improvement in Namibia’s emergency response programmes.

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November 2008

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The purpose of the Public Service Workplace Policy on HIV and AIDS is to provide a set of guidelines to address the HIV epidemic in the Public Service, for each Office/Ministry/ Agency. The policy gives guidelines to the Public Service to: (i) prevent HIV transmission among employees; (ii) practically provide for treatment, care and support of employees living with HIV and their families; (iii) mitigate the impact of HIV on the Public Service; and (iv) eliminate stigma and discrimination on the basis of real or perceived HIV status. The policy contributes to the goal of a healthy and effective Public Service that provides consistently excellent service, while ensuring the wellness of its employees.

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November 2014

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This document provides an operational plan to strengthen the existing food and nutrition security monitoring system in Namibia

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