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Anambra CSDA trains staff on NG-CARES Programme implementation

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ANAMBRA State Community and Social Development Agency (ANCSDA) has successfully organised a 4-day Staff Training and Capacity Building session on Nigeria COVID-19 Action Recovery and Economic Stimulus (NG-CARES) Program for Result (P for R) at Trig-Point Hotel, Nibo.

The capacity building event for all the staff of the agency, also has as its key resource persons as the General Manager, ANCSDA, Mr Chudi Mojekwu, Operations Manager ,ANCSDA, Mrs Uche Nwaizugbo, Monitoring & Evaluation Manager ,ANCSDA, Mr Chuddy Nworah, and Finance & Admin Manager, ANCSDA, Mr Francis Madubuonu.

Some of the various presentations at the training include Overview of NG-CARES (including the Programme Development Objective (PDO), Scope of Program, Key Performance Indicators, Institutional arrangement), Overview of the Program Result Area1(RA-1) including it’s relevant Disbursement Link Indicators (DLIs), Gender and Vulnerable Issues in NG-CARES, Environmental and Social Safeguards (ESS), and Grievance Redress Mechanism (GRM) issues in NG-CARES; Program Result Monitoring Framework including Targets, Independent Verification, Protocols, M&E system, MIS e.t.c; Funds flow & Fiduciary Management including Planning & budgeting, Internal Control & Internal Audit, Accounting, Financial Reporting, among others.

The participants were also taken through an experience sharing session which involved an initiative from Kenyan Mission, termed Rapid Result Approach (RRA), delivered by the GM ANCSDA, Mr Chudi Mojekwu, who was part of the team that went on Study tour to Kenya early this year, as part of preparation for the smooth take-off of NG-CARES in Nigeria in general and Anambra State in particular.

Earlier in his opening remarks, Mr Mojekwu, thanked the state governor, Chief Willie Obiano for his dogged efforts in ensuring that Anambra State becomes part of NG-CARES Programme.

He also thanked the chairman of the agency, Igwe Rowland Odegbo of  Nteje, the Commissioner, Min. of Economic Planning, Budget, and Development Partners, who also doubled as the Chairman of the State Cares Steering Committee, Mark Okoye, the Head, State CARES Coordinating Unit, Mrs Ogochukwu Orji, and other agency board and steering committee members for their various vital supportive roles so far in NG-CARES Progamme in the state.

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