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Facilitators end two-day workshop as management pays advocacy visit to ASATU



ANAMBRA State  Commissioner for Agriculture, Mr Nnamdi Onukwuba, has charged facilitators under the state COVID-19 Action Recover and economic Stimulus program to ensure of adequate result delivery (COVID-19 CARES).

  Addressing the facilitators at the end of a two-day sensitisation/workshop, held in Awka recently, the commissioner assured that the state government would provide them with the needed logistics that would enable them deliver adequate results timely and accurately.

  He warned that no reasons would be accepted for any form of laxity or failure.

  In his remarks, the State Project Coordinator, (SDC), Mr Chukwuemeka Egbueh told the facilitators that those expected to benefit from the program include poor farmers affected by the impact of COVID-19 pandemic to their source of livelihood. The SPC further added that 40% of the beneficiaries would be women.

  Among the management members present during the occasion are Mr Chinedu Nwankwo, who spoke on data base; Chukwuka Ibekwe, who spoke on a disbursement instrument named Community Action Recovery Plan (CARD)  and procurement issues anchored by Benjamin Ezenyim, as well as Dr Kelue Molokwu ,who spoke on environmental matters.

  In another development, SPC of NG-CARES in the state, Mr Chukwu Egbueh has solicited the cooperation of the presidents-general of the 179 communities in the state towards the successful implementation of the program in the state.

  Addressing the National President of Anambra State Association of Town Unions (ASATU), Titus Akpudo, in his office during an advocacy visit, Mr Egbueh noted that the Presidents-General will play over sight roles to ensure a smooth and successful implementation of the entire program life cycle.

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