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  • Project Management Team (PMT)
    The Project Management Team ('PMT') will consist of one regional or international Chief Technical Advisor (CTA), a project manager, as well as assistants and external experts. The major tasks of this team will be to:
       - Set up and run the programme office;
       - Supervise and manage work of external experts;
       - Support and monitor programme implementation in the participating countries;
       - Organize project events; and
       - Prepare a strategy framework for each of the Pilot Countries, based on the results of the surveys of the Preparatory Phase.
  • National Project Teams (NPT)
    A National Project Team ('NPT') will be located in each of the Pilot Countries. The main tasks of each of the NPTs consist of the following:
       - Prepare a strategy framework in conjunction with the external experts and the International Advisory Group;
       - Prepare the respective national strategy papers in conjunction with the external experts and the Regional Advisory Group;
       - Determine a work plan for country activities;
       - Prepare a work plan for each of the LPTs;
       - Coordinate and support the implementation of the activities in the pilot offices;
       - Implement national activities such as civil society roundtables; and
       - Monitor work of local pilot offices, collect reports, etc.
  • Local Pilot Teams (LPT)
    The Local Pilot Teams will be located in the local pilot offices of the Pilot Countries. Their main tasks consist of the following:
       - Prepare a work plan in conjunction with the NPT;
       - Execute the activities decided upon in the work plan at the local level; and
       - Prepare reports as required.
  • National Advisory Team
    A National Advisory Team ('NAT') will be appointed in some of the Pilot Countries. The NATs will be composed of high-level representatives from the Pilot Countries, e.g. representatives of particular ministries. The main tasks of the NAT consist of the following:
       - Facilitate relations with other parts of the government such as ministries of interior;
       - Discuss and decide on the strategy framework and the national strategy papers; and
       - Provide political support.
    In order to proceed efficiently with the Project, the Project Management Team is assisted by national experts whose assistance is sought for the development and implementation of the project.
  • International Advisory Group (IAG)
    The International Advisory Group ('IAG') compromises a large number of international and regional experts as well as high-level representatives from the Pilot Countries.
    The IAG will take in charge the following:
       - Discuss and decide on the strategy framework and the national strategy papers;
       - Provide technical feedback and international exchange; and
       - Lobby for international support.