NCCE builds capacity of communities to monitor, evaluate projects

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The Daffiama Bussie Issa District office of the National Commission on Civic Education, NCCE has organized a social auditing engagement at Wogu as part of activities under the Anti-corruption, Rule of Law and Accountability programme.
It was on the theme: “Citizens for transparency and Accountability”. A statement signed by the NCCE Director Abdul-Rahaman Osman and copied to MAK NEWS said the social auditing is aimed at sensitizing the people and duty bearers to the need for effective planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of developmental projects.
The statement added that the initiative is also to ensure community ownership and sustainability of developmental projects in the community.
The Mr Osman, in the statement, entreated duty bearers to take initiatives to ensure that the people feel the impact of governance by organizing such community forums to help inform them about government activities in the District.
According to the statement, the District Chief Executive, Nadi Sanda Imoro, addressed scores of development issues in the distric including Education, Health, Agricultural development and roads infrastructure.
The statement said the DCE assured the people of government’s readiness to ensure citizens participation in the socio-economic and political discourse at all level.
“The District Director of Social Welfare and Community Development also outlined their activities towards the development of the District.
Mr. Caesar in his address told the people his outfit is mandated to identify the needy who qualify to benefit from the LEAP policy, disbursement of the LEAP funds to beneficiaries, child protection activities are among a wide range of activities the office is mandate to work on”, the statement said.
Other participants at the event included District Director of Social Welfare and Community Development, District Coordinator of NADMO and the Youth Employment Agency among others.

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