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REPUBLIC OF BOTSWANA




KGATLENG DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT

PLAN 6 : 2003 – 2009

Towards Realisation of Vision 2016: Sustainable and Diversified Development Through



Competitiveness in Global Markets”


KGATLENG DISTRICT COUNCIL

KGATLENG DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

MINISTRY OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT

Foreword

DDP6 is our Sixth District Development Plan. Coincidentally, it is also a six-year plan starting from the 1st April 2003 up to 31st March 2009.
The first four District Development Plans operated on a three-year time frame. DDP5 was the First District Development Plan to observe a six-year time frame aliened with the National Development Plan Eight, NDP 8. Similarly, DDP6 is aliened to NDP9.
The plan is a result of an intensive consultation with communities and other stakeholders. Therefore it reflects the aspirations and wishes of the Kgatleng community. The theme of NDP 9 is “Towards the Realisation of Vision 2016: Sustainable and Diversified Development through competitiveness in global market”. Government has made a commitment during the Mid-Term Review of National Development Plan 8 that plans should be guided by Vision 2016, which charts the development of the nation into the 21st Century. Our plan therefore will focus on projects and programmes which drive the nation towards the realisation of the pillars of Vision 2016. Of course we have other challenges that we have to face during the plan period such as HIV/AIDS, Environmental Conservation, Public Sector Reforms to name just but a few. These will also be taken on board together with Vision 2016.
However, we commence the DDP6 planning period with serious funding constraint; following our initial consultations with communities, we had to re-negotiate with the communities to reduce their project proposals by about eighty percent (80%). Compounding this problem is the decision by government to recognise environmental costs of development. This process has the effect of raising the cost of developments, in the short term.
Our challenge during the implementation of DDP6 shall be to avoid front-loading the plan. Instead, we will have t o ensure a balanced distribution of projects implemented over the entire six-year period. This is an important lesson learnt from DDP5 implementation that revealed through the midterm review exercise; I therefore call upon all the stakeholders to exercise vigilance.
Finally, I take this opportunity to thank not only those who have participated in the preparation of this plan, but also those who contributed indirectly to the entire exercise.

…………………………………..

Hon Councillor Motlhagodi Molomo,

COUNCIL CHAIRPERSON

SEPTEMBER 2002

Table of Contents



Foreword i

Table of Contents ii

Appendices x

List of Tables x

List of Figures and Maps xv

List of Acronyms xvi



1 DISTRICT AND PEOPLE 1

1.1 District Geographic Setting 1

1.1.1 Location 1

1.1.2 Size 1

1.1.3 Land Tenure 2

1.1.4 Economic and Communication Linkages 2

1.1.5 Institutional Framework 3

1.1.6 District Administration 3

1.1.7 District Council 3

1.1.8 Land Board 3

1.1.9 Tribal Administration 4



1.2 District Environmental Features 4

1.2.1 Climate 4

1.2.2 Geomorphology 4

1.2.3 Natural Resources 4



1.3 District Social Development 5

1.3.1 Socio - Cultural Characteristics 5

1.3.2 Population Characteristics, Density and Distribution 5

1.3.3 Migration 8

1.3.4 Population Projections and Prospects: 8

1.3.5 Employment and Unemployment 9

1.3.6 District HIV/AIDS Prevalence Status 10

1.4 District Economic Development 11

1.4.1 Major Infrastructure Development 11

1.4.2 Economic Development 11

1.5 Strategic Environmental Assessment Principles 11

2 REVIEW OF THE DDP5 AND LONG-TERM DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL 12

2.1 Introduction 12

2.2 Achievements/Opportunities – DDP5 12

2.2.1 Development Programme: 13

2.2.2 Policy Issues: 16

2.3 Constraints/Challenges in DDP5 16

2.3.1 Development Programme 16

2.3.2 Department of Wildlife and National Parks 18

2.3.3 Integrated Field Services – IFS 18

2.3.4 Agriculture – Department of Crops 18

2.4 Long Term Potential Developments 18

2.4.1 Development Potential and Long Term Prospects 18

2.4.2 Development Constraints 19

2.5 Links to NDP 9 Theme 20

3 DDP 6 DEVELOPMENT GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 21

3.1 Planning Framework 21

3.1.1 Vision 2016 21

3.1.2 National Environmental Key Issues 23

3.1.3 District Environmental Key Issues 23

3.1.4 Ministry of Local Government Strategic Plan 24

3.1.5 District Key Issues 24

3.1.6 Respective Long Term District Plans 26

3.2 DDP6 Overall Goals and Objectives 27

3.2.1 Summary of Key Issues 27

3.2.2 DDP6 Development Goals 27

3.2.3 Environmental Goals 29

3.2.4 Framework for Monitoring Sector Goals and Objectives 29

3.2.5 Framework for Monitoring Environmental Goals and Objectives 31



3.3 Framework For Strategic Environmental Assessment 31

3.3.1 Evaluation of Policies and Programmes Against Overall Goals and Objectives 33



4 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION 35

4.1 Introduction 35

4.1.1 Institutional Framework 35



4.2 Environmental Priority Issues 36

4.3 Environmental Policies and Legislations 36

4.3.1 National Conservation Strategy 1990 36

4.3.2 Waste Management Act 1998 36

4.3.3 Environmental Impact Assessment Act (Draft) 37

4.3.4 Community Based Natural Resource Management 37

4.3.5 Wetlands Policy 2000 37



4.4 DDP 6 Environmental Goals and Objectives 37

4.5 Framework for Strategic Environmental Assessment 38

4.6 Proposed Environmental Strategies to Implement District Environmental Programmes 38

4.7 Resource Requirements for DDP 6 39

4.7.1 Issues (Weaknesses) and Strengths for DDP 6: 39

4.7.2 Performance Targets, Development Budget and Plan Monitoring 39

5 LAND USE PLANNING 41

5.1 Introduction 41

5.1.1 Institutional Framework 41

5.1.2 Strategic plans for respective Ministries on Land Use Planning 41

5.1.3 Land Use Planning Consultation Priorities 42



5.2 Land Use Policies and Legislation 42

5.2.1 National Settlement Policy 1998 42

5.2.2 District Settlement Strategy 43

5.2.3 Integrated Land Use Plans 43



5.3 Land Use Planning Sector Goals and Objectives for DDP6 43

5.4 Framework for Strategic Environmental Assessment. 44

5.5 Evaluation of Environmental Key Issues With Sector Goals and Objectives 45

5.5.1 Evaluation of Sector Policies and Programmes 46



5.6 Proposed Strategies to achieve Land Use Sector Goals for DDP6 46

5.7 Resource Requirements and Performance Targets for DDP6: 47

5.7.1 Issues and Strengths 47



6 SETTLEMENT AND HOUSING 49

6.1 Introduction 49

6.1.1 Institutional Framework 49

6.1.2 Strategic Plans for Respective Ministries 49

6.1.3 Settlement and Housing Consultation Priorities 49



6.2 National Policies and Legislation 50

6.2.1 National Settlement Policy 1998 50

6.2.2 Kgatleng District Settlement Strategy 1999 - 2023 50

6.2.3 Physical Development Plans 50



6.3 Settlement and Housing 52

6.3.1 Settlement Patterns and Geomorphology 52

6.3.2 Physical Development Growth 53

6.3.3 Housing Demand 53

6.3.4 Housing Supply 53

6.3.5 General Infrastructure and Services 54



6.4 Settlement and Housing Sector Goals and Objectives 54

6.5 Framework for Strategic Environmental Assessment 54

6.5.1 Evaluation of Environmental Key Issues with Sector Goals and Objectives 54

6.5.2 Evaluation of Sector Policies and Programmes 56

6.6 Strategies to Achieve Settlement and Housing Goals and Objectives 56

6.7 Resource Requirements for DDP 6 57

6.7.1 Issues and Strengths 57

6.7.2 Performance Targets, Budget and Plan Monitoring 57

7 AGRICULTURE 58

7.1 Introduction 58

7.1.1 Institutional Framework 58

7.1.2 Strategic Plans for Respective Ministries 58

7.1.3 The Role of the Private Sector 59



7.2 National Policies and Legislation 60

7.2.1 Community Based Strategy for Rural Development 1997 60

7.2.2 District Settlement Strategy 60

7.2.3 Convention on Combating Desertification 1992 60

7.2.4 The National Forest Policy 60

7.2.5 National Policy on Agricultural Development 1991 60

7.2.6 Tribal Land Act 1968 61

7.2.7 Agricultural Resource Act 61

7.2.8 Botswana Rangeland Inventory and Management Project (BRIMP) 61

7.2.9 National Policy on Land Tenure 61



7.3 Agricultural Sector Activities. 61

7.3.1 Crops sub sector 61

7.3.2 Livestock sub sector 62

7.3.3 Cooperatives sub sector 62



7.4 Agricultural Sector Goals and Objectives 62

7.5 Framework For Strategic Environmental Assessment 64

7.5.1 Evaluation of Environmental Key Issues with Sector Goals and Objectives 64

7.5.2 Evaluation of Sector Polices and Programs 65

7.6 Strategies to achieve the Agricultural Sector Goals and Objectives 66

7.7 Resource Requirement for DDP 6 67

8 TRADE, INDUSTRY, WILDLIFE AND TOURISM 68

8.1 Introduction 68

8.1.1 Institutional Framework 68

8.1.2 Strategic Plans for Respective Ministries 68

8.1.3 Role of the Private Sector 69

8.1.4 Consultation Priorities 69

8.2 National Policies and Legislation 69

8.2.1 Tribal Land Act 69

8.2.2 CEDA 2001 69

8.2.3 Tourism Policy 1990 70



8.3 Trade, Industry, Wildlife and Tourism Sector Goals and Objectives 70

8.4 Framework for Strategic Environmental Assessment 71

8.4.1 Evaluation of Environmental Key Issues with Sector Goals and Objectives 71

8.4.2 Evaluation of Sector Policies and Programmes 72

8.5 Strategies to Achieve Trade, Industry, Wildlife and Tourism Goals and Objectives 73

9 EDUCATION AND TRAINING 75

9.1 Introduction 75

9.1.1 Institutional Framework 75

9.1.2 Strategic Plans for Respective Ministries 75

9.1.3 The Role of the Private Sector 76

9.1.4 Education and Training Consultation Priority Issues 76

9.2 National Policies and Legislation 77

9.2.1 Revised National Policy on Education 1994 77



9.3 Education 77

9.3.1 Schools 78

9.3.2 Training 84

9.4 Education and Training Sector Goals and Objectives 84

9.5 Framework For Strategic Environmental Assessment 85

9.5.1 Evaluation of Environmental Key Issues with Sector Goals and Objectives 85

9.5.2 Evaluation of Sector Policies and Programmes 87

9.6 Strategies to Achieve Education and Training Goals and Objectives 88

9.6.1 Proposed Projects, Potential Impacts and Mitigation Measures 88



9.7 Resource Requirements for DDP 6 89

10 HEALTH 90

10.1 Introduction 90

10.1.1 The Institutional Framework 90

10.1.2 Strategic Plans for respective ministries. 90

10.1.3 The Role of the Private Sector 91

10.1.4 Health Consultation Priorities 92

10.2 National Policies And Legislation 92

10.2.1 National Health Policy 92

10.2.2 National Policy on HIV/AIDS 92

10.2.3 Waste Management Act 93



10.3 Health 93

10.3.1 Environmental Health 93

10.3.2 Hospital Services 93

10.3.3 Primary Health Care 93

10.3.4 District Health System 94

10.3.5 Control of Pandemic Diseases 95



10.4 Health Sector Goals and Objectives 96

10.5 Framework For Strategic Environmental Assessment 97

10.5.1 Evaluation of Environmental Key Issues with Sector Goals and Objectives 97

10.5.2 Evaluation of Sector Policies and Programmes 98

10.6 Strategies to Achieve the Health Sector Goals and Objectives 100

10.6.1 Proposed Projects, Potential Impacts and Mitigation Measure 100



10.7 Resource Requirements for DDP 6 100

10.7.1 Issues and Strengths: 100



11 LABOUR AND HOME AFFAIRS 102

11.1 Introduction 102

11.1.1 Institutional Framework 102

11.1.2 Strategic Plans for Respective Ministries 103

11.1.3 Role of the Private Sector 103

11.1.4 Culture and Social Services Consultation Priorities 104

11.2 National Policies and Legislation 104

11.2.1 Community Based Natural Resources Management 104

11.2.2 Disability Policy 104

11.2.3 Policy on Destitute Persons 2002 104

11.2.4 National Youth Policy1996 104

11.2.5 Policy on Women and Development 1995 104

11.2.6 National Library Act 1967 104

11.2.7 National Registration Act 1986 105

11.2.8 National Policy on Culture 2001 105

11.3 Labour, Culture and Social Services 105

11.3.1 Sports and Recreation 105

11.3.2 Culture and Youth 105

11.3.3 Museum 105

11.3.4 National Library Services 105

11.3.5 National and Civil Registration 105

11.3.6 Information and Broadcasting 106

11.3.7 NGOs and CBOs 106



11.4 Labour, Culture and Social Service Sector Goals and Objectives for DDP6 107

11.5 Framework for Strategic Environmental Assessment 107

11.5.1 Evaluation of Environmental Key Issues With Sector Goals and Objectives 107

11.5.2 Evaluation of Sector Policies and Programmes 108

11.6 Strategies to Achieve the Labour, Culture and Social Service Sector Goals and Objectives 109

11.6.1 Proposed Projects 109



11.7 Resource Requirements for DDP6 110

11.7.1 Issues and Strengths for Culture and Social Services 110

11.7.2 Proposed Projects, Performance Targets, Development Budget and Plan Monitoring for DDP6 110

12 MINERALS, ENERGY AND WATER 111

12.1 Introduction 111

12.1.1 Institutional Framework 111

12.1.2 Strategic Plans For Respective Ministries. 111

12.1.3 The Role Of The Private Sector 112

12.1.4 Consultation Priorities: 112

12.2 National Policies and Legislation 112

12.3 Mining, Energy and Water 113

12.3.1 Mining Sector 113

12.3.2 Energy Sector 113

12.3.3 Government Buildings 113

12.3.4 Alternative Energy Sources 114

12.3.5 Energy Demand and Supply 114

12.3.6 Water Sector 114

12.4 Minerals, Energy and Water Sector goals and objective 115

12.5 Framework for Strategic Environmental Assessment 115

12.5.1 Evaluation of Environmental Key Issues with Sector Goals and Objectives 115

12.5.2 Evaluation of Sector Policies and Programs 116

12.6 Strategies to achieve sector goals and objectives 116

12.7 Resource Requirements for DDP 6 117

12.7.1 Issues and Strengths 117

12.7.2 Proposed Projects, Performance Targets, Budget and Plan Monitoring 117

13 WORKS, TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATION 118

13.1 Introduction 118

13.1.1 The Institutional Framework 118

13.1.2 Strategic Plans for Respective Ministries 118

13.1.3 The Role of the Private Sector 118

13.1.4 Works and Transport Consultation Priorities 119

13.2 National Policies and Legislation 119

13.2.1 Roads Act (1997) Revised 119

13.2.2 Road Traffic Act 119

13.2.3 National Road Safety Policy 119

13.2.4 Telecommunications Policy 1995 119

13.2.5 Postal Services Act 1989 119



13.3 Works, Transport and Communication 120

13.3.1 Roads 120

13.3.2 Road Transport and Safety 120

13.3.3 Botswana Railways 120

13.3.4 Central Transport Organisation 121

13.3.5 Telecommunications 121

13.3.6 Postal Services 121

13.3.7 Works 121



13.4 Works, Transport and Communication Sector Goals and Objectives 121

13.5 Framework For Strategic Environmental Assessment 122

13.5.1 Evaluation of Environmental Key Issues 122

13.5.2 Evaluation of Sector Policies and Programmes 123

13.6 Strategies to Achieve Works Transport and Communication Goals and Objectives 123

13.7 Resource Requirements for DDP6 124

13.7.1 Issues and Strengths 124

13.7.2 Proposed Projects, Performance Targets, Budget and Plan Monitoring 124

14 LAW, JUSTICE AND SECURITY 125

14.1 Introduction 125

14.1.1 The Institutional Framework 125

14.1.2 Strategic Plan of Respective Ministries 126

14.1.3 The Role of the Private Sector 126



14.2 Law, Justice and Security 127

14.2.1 Parliament 127

14.2.2 Administration of Justice 127

14.2.3 Customary Law and Courts 127

14.2.4 Botswana Police Service 127

14.2.5 Prisons 128

14.2.6 Independent Electoral Commission 128

14.2.7 Immigration 128



14.3 Law, Justice and Security Goals and Objectives 128

14.4 Framework for Strategic Environmental Assessment 129

14.4.1 Evaluation of Environmental Key Issues with Sector Goals and Objectives 129

14.4.2 Evaluation of Sector Policies and Programs 129

14.5 Strategies to Achieve Law, Justice and Security Sector Goals and Objectives 130

14.6 Resource Requirements 131

14.6.1 Issues and Strengths 131



15 LOCAL GOVERNMENT 133

15.1 Introduction 133

15.1.1 The Institutional Framework 133

15.1.2 Strategic Plans for Respective Ministries 133

15.1.3 Parastatals 134

15.1.4 The Role of the Private Sector 134

15.1.5 Community Consultation Priority Issues 135



15.2 National policies and legislation 135

15.2.1 District Administration 135

15.2.2 Township and District Act 135

15.2.3 Tribal Land Act (1968) 135

15.2.4 Social Welfare. 135

15.2.5 The Revised National Policy on Destitute Persons 135

15.2.6 The Revised National Policy on Education 136

15.2.7 Tribal Administration 136

15.2.8 Village Development Committee Guidelines (2001 Revised) 136

15.2.9 Waste Management Act 136



15.3 Local government 137

15.3.1 District Administration 137

15.3.2 District Council 137

15.3.3 Tribal Administration 137

15.3.4 Land Board 137

15.4 Local Government Goals and Objectives 137

15.5 Framework for strategic environmental assessment 138

15.5.1 Evaluation Of Environmental Key Issues with Sector Goals and Objectives 138

15.5.2 Evaluation Of Sector Policies and Programmes 139

15.6 Strategies to achieve local government sector goals and objectives 140

15.6.1 Proposed Projects 140

15.6.2 Potential Impacts of Proposed Projects / Mitigation Measures 140

15.7 Resource requirements for DDP 6 140

15.7.1 Issues and strengths 140

15.7.2 Development Budget for DDP 6 / UDP2 140

15.8 Performance Targets and Plan Monitoring Programme 145

16 CONTINGENCY PLANNING 146

16.1 Introduction 146

16.1.1 Institutional Framework: 146

16.1.2 Strategic Plans For Respective Ministries 146

16.1.3 Drought and Food Relief Management 147

16.1.4 The Role of the Private Sector 147

16.1.5 Disaster Relief Sector Priorities 147



16.2 National Policies and Legislation 148

16.2.1 National Disaster Master Plan (Draft) 148

16.2.2 Food Security Strategy 148

16.2.3 National Policy on Disaster Management 148



16.3 Contingency Plans 149

16.3.1 Drought Relief 149

16.3.2 Food Relief 149

16.3.3 Disaster Relief 149



16.4 Contingency Planning Sector Goals and Objectives 150

16.5 Framework for Environmental Assessment 150

16.5.1 Evaluation of Environmental Key Issues with Sector Goals and Objectives 150

16.5.2 Evaluation of Policies and Programmes 151

16.6 Proposed Projects and Activities 152

16.7 Resource Requirement for DDP 6 153

16.7.1 Issues and strengths 153

16.7.2 Performance Targets, Budget and Plan Monitoring 153

16.7.3 Resource Requirements for DDP6 154

16.7.4 Plan Monitoring Program 155

17 PLAN MONITORING AND EVALUATION 156

17.1 Introduction: 156

17.1.1 The Institutional Framework: 156

17.1.2 Plan Management 156

17.1.3 Plan Monitoring And Evaluation 156



17.2 Financial and Personnel Constraints: 157

17.3 Proposed Plan Monitoring Activities During DDP6 158

Appendices

APPENDIX 1: Central Government Matrices 160

APPENDIX 2: Ministry of Local Government 164




List of Tables

Table 1.1 Land Use Types In Kgatleng 2

Table 1.2 Kgatleng: Age-Sex Population Structure 6

Table 1.3 Kgatleng Population Distribution per Settlement 7

Table 1.4 Population Projections and Prospects 9

Table 1.5 Economically Active Population (Employed and Unemployed) 10

Table 1.6 Cumulative Figures for HIV/AIDS 1987-June 2002 10

Table 3.7 DDP 6 development goals and objectives 28

Table 3.8 Environmental Goals and Objectives 29

Table 3.9 Sector Goals, Objectives and Strategies 29

Table 3.10 Environmental Goals, Objectives and Strategies 31

Table 3.11 Evaluation of Environmental Key Issues with Sector Goals and Objectives. 32

Table 3.12 Goals and Objectives, Policies and Programmes 33

Table 4.13 Strategic Plans For Respective Departments 35

Table 4.14 Environmental Goals and Objectives 37

Table 4.15 Evaluation of Sector Policies and Legislations 38

Table 4.16 Proposed Projects, Potential Impacts and Mitigation Measures 38

Table 4.17 Proposed Projects, Performance Targets, Budget and Plan Monitoring 39

Table 5.18 Sector Goals and Objectives 44

Table 5.19 Sector Goals, Objectives, Environmental Key Issues and Impacts 45

Table 5.20 Sector Goals, Objectives, Policies/Programs and Impacts 46

Table 5.21 Proposed Projects, Potential Impacts and Mitigation Measures 46

Table 5.22 Proposed, Performance Targets, Budget and Plan Monitoring 47

Table 6.23 Sector goals and Objectives 54

Table 6.24 Goals, Objectives Environmental Key Issues and Impact 54

Table 6.25 Goals, Objectives, Policies/Programmes and Impacts 56

Table 6.26 Proposed Projects, Potential Impacts and Mitigation Measures 56

Table 6.27 Proposed Projects, Performance Targets, Budget and Plan Monitoring 57

Table 7.28 Sector Goals and Objectives 62

Table 7.29 Sector Goals, Objectives, Environmental Key Issues and Impacts 64

Table 7.30 Sector Goals, Objectives, Policies/Programmes and Impacts 65

Table 7.31 Proposed Projects, Potential Impacts and Mitigation Measures 66

Table 7.32 Proposed Projects, Performance Targets, Budget and Plan Monitoring 67

Table 8.33 Sector Goals and Objectives 70

Table 8.34 Goals, Objectives, Environmental Key Issues and Impacts 71

Table 8.35 Goals, Objectives, Policies/Programmes and Impacts 72

Table 9.36 Existing Primary School Facilities in Kgatleng District and Projected Pupil Enrolment up to 2009 at 5% Growth Rate 80

Table 9.37 Planned Primary School Construction 82

Table 9.38 Sector Goals and Objectives 84

Table 9.39 Goals, Objectives, Environmental Key Issues and Impacts 85

Table 9.40 Goals, Objectives, Policies/Programmes and Impacts 87

Table 9.41 Proposed Projects, Performance Targets, Budget and Plan Monitoring 89

Table 10.42 Health Sector Goals and Objectives 96

Table 10.43 Goals, Objectives, Environmental Key Issues and Impacts 97

Table 10.44 Goals, Objectives, Policies/Programmes and Impacts 98

Table 10.45 Proposed Projects, Potential Impacts and Mitigation Measures 100

Table 10.46 Proposed Projects, Performance targets, budget and Plan Monitoring 100

Table 11.47 Sector Goals and Objectives 107

Table 11.48 Goals, Objectives, Environmental Key Issues and Impacts 107

Table 11.49 Goals, Objectives, Policies/Programmes and Impacts 108

Table 11.50 Proposed Projects, Potential Impacts and Mitigation Measures 109

Table 11.51 Proposed Projects, Performance Targets, Development Budget and Plan Monitoring for DDP6 110

Table 12.52 Sector Goals and Objectives 115

Table 12.53 Goals, Objectives, Environmental Key Issues and Impacts 115

Table 12.54 Goals, Objectives, Policies/Programmes and Impacts 116

Table 12.55 Proposed Projects, Potential Impacts and Mitigation Measures 116

Table 12.56 Proposed Projects, Performance Targets, Budget and Plan Monitoring 117

Table 13.57 Sector Goals and Objectives 122

Table 13.58 Goals, Objectives, Environmental Key Issues and Impacts 122

Table 13.59 Goals, Objectives, Policies/Programmes and Impacts 123

Table 13.60 Proposed Projects, Potential Impacts and Mitigation Measures 123

Table 13.61 Proposed Projects, Performance Targets, Budget and Plan Monitoring 124

Table 14.62 Offences in Kgatleng District for period 1997 to 2002. 127

Table 14.63 Sector Goals and Objectives 128

Table 14.64 Goals, Objectives, Environmental Key Issues and Impacts 129

Table 14.65 Goals, Objectives, Policies/Programmes and Impacts 129

Table 14.66 Proposed Projects, Potential Impacts and Mitigation Measures 130

Table 14.67 Proposed Projects, Performance Targets, Budget and Plan Monitoring 131

Table 15.68 The Goals and Objectives of the Local Government 137

Table 16.69 Sector Goals and Objectives 150

Table 16.70 Goals, Objectives, Environmental Key Issues and Impacts 150

Table 16.71 Goals, Objectives, Policies/Programmes and Impacts 151

Table 16.72 Proposed Projects, Potential Impacts and Mitigation Measures 152

Table 16.73 Proposed Projects, Performance Targets, Budget and Plan Monitoring 153

List of Figures and Maps

Figure 1.1 Age Sex Population Pyramid 7

Map 1.1 Location of Kgatleng District 1

Map 9.2 Distribution of education facilities in the Kgatleng District 77

Map 9.3 DNFE Kgatleng Field Staff and their areas of operation. 83


List of Acronyms

AEA Adult Education Assistant

ALDEP Arable Land Development Programme

ARV Anti Retroviral Therapy

BPS Botswana Postal Services

BRIMP Botswana Range Inventory and Management Programme

BTC Botswana Telecommunications Corporation

CBD Central Business District

CBNRM Community Based Natural Resources Management

CBOs Community Based Organizations

CEDA Citizen Enterpreneurship Development Agency

CHBC Community Home Base Care

CJSS Community Junior Secondary School

CPC Crime Prevention committee

CSO Central Statistics Office

CTO Central Transport Organization

DA District Administration

DABS Department of Architecture and Building Services

DDC District Development Committee

DDMC District Disaster Management Committee

DDP District Development Plan

DDPC District Development Plans Coordinator

DDRC District Drought Relief Committee

DEMS Department of Electrical and Mechanical Services

DHT District Health Team

DET District Extension Team

DLUPU District Land Use Planning Unit

DMSAC District Multi – Sectoral AIDS Committee

DNFE Department of Non Formal Education

DRM Deborah Retief Memorial Hospital

DWA Department of Water Affairs

EIA Environmental Impact Assessment

FAP Financial Assistance Policy

IEC Independent Electoral Commission

IEC Information and Technology Committee

IFS Integrated Field Services

IHS Institute of Health Sciences

IPT Isoniazid Preventive Therapy

IMDC Inter-Ministerial Drought committee

ITN Insecticides Treated Nets

LG + D Local Government and Development

LGSM Local Government Service Management

LITS Livestock Identification Trace Back System

MLG Ministry of Local Government


MLHE Ministry of Lands Housing and Environment

MMEWR Ministry of Minerals, Energy and Water Resources

MoA Ministry of Agriculture

MTIWT Ministry of Trade, Industry, Wildlife and Tourism

MTP II/III Mid Term Plan II/III

NACA National AIDS Coordinating Agency

NAMPAADD National Agricultural Master Plan on Arable Agriculture and

Dairy Development

NCS National Conservation Strategy

NCSA National Conservation Strategy Coordinating Agency

NDMO National Disaster Management Office

NDP National Development Plan

NGOs Non-Governmental Organizations

NSP National Settlement Policy

NTP National Tuberculosis Programme

O & M Organization and Methods

PMS Performance Management Systems

PMTCT Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV/AIDS

PPADB Public Procurement and Asset Disposal Board

PTAs Parents and Teachers Associations

RAC Rural Administration Centre

RADs Remote Area Dwellers

RDC Rural Development Council

RNPE Revised National Policy on Education

SHHA Self Help Housing Agency

SMME Small, Micro and Media Entrepreneurs

TA Tribal Administration

TEC Total Estimated Cost

VDCs Village Development Committees

VETs Village Extension Teams

VHCs Village Health Committees

VIP Ventilation Improved

VTS Vehicle Testing Stations

WC Water Closet



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