USAID State2State Trains Bauchi MDAs, LGAs, CSOs On Community Charter of Demand


Group photograph of participants at the workshop.

By Murtala Muhammad

Ministries, Department and Agencies (MDAs) of Health, Education and Water Resources in Bauchi state are being trained on Tracking Implementation of Community Charter of Demand (CCD) Projects.

The participants also include four Directors of Primary Health Care (PHC), Education and Social Development (ESD) from each of the four supported Local Government Areas of Alkaleri, Bauchi, Misau and Katagum, Ward Development Committees (WDCs) as well as Civil Society Organizations (CSOs).

The training is organized by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)’s funded State Accountability, Transparency and Effectiveness (State2State) Activity’s Bauchi Field Office.

The CCD implementation tracking is aimed at ensuring the planned projects were fully implemented in the specific areas of as demanded by citizens.

The tracking is made through monitoring, evaluation and reporting of the successes and challenges recorded with a view to improving them.

A cross section of participants at the USAID funded State2State Activity Workshop on Tracking Implementation of Community Charter of Demand Projects for Targeted Bauchi State2State MDAs, LGAs and CSOs. Photo: Murtala Muhammad

Community Charter of Demand seeks to ensure the provision of good government for the community and provision of services, laws and other matters for community benefit.

It is also targeted at providing for stewardship of the public assets, and fostering the economic, social and environmental well-being of the community.

Our Correspondent reports that the participants are at the end of the training expected to be abreast with Gender and Social Inclusion (GESI) aspects of tracking CCD projects, and mainstreaming of conflict resolution in tracking CCD projects among others.

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