Director of technical service Network at the National Environment Agency (NEA)
Momodou Conteh has said that capacity building is a key factor towards any
sustainable development initiative or process. He added that without empowering
the capacity of staff of any institution, their expected output will fall below
expected targets of achievement.
these remarks recently during the closing ceremony of a week-long internal
training course for NEA inspectors, documentalists, Accountants, etc on data
base management at the NEA's documentation centre in Banjul. He called on the
participants to be very practical in what they have learnt during the training
Alieu Touray and Malick Sarr from the Ecological Monitoring Centre for the
Natural Resources Management and Technical staff from Dakar, Senegal
said training on data bases is a key instrument in this generation. They said
that information technology is a vital component that cannot be left behind in
our development endeavours, and therefore needs to be harnessed for the young
workers. He further took the opportunity and call on the trainees to
disseminate the knowledge learnt to others who did not have the opportunity to
attend the training.
training co-ordinator Dodou Trawally, Senior Programme Officer at the
Geographical Information Systems of the NEA, said the success behind every
institution is the training and capacity building of its staff.