Oct 8, 2021, 12:31 PM
The National Council for Civic Education (NCCE) on 2nd October 2021 concluded a 9-day training for 360 community structure members in Upper River, Central River and Lower River regions.
The validation was held at Action-Aid Building in Kanifing.
Speaking at the validation, Halimatou Jallow, Programme Manager of Network against Gender Based Violence (NGBV) underscored the importance of the forum, saying the forum is to validate the new strategy plan for the next five years.
He challenged all to do justice to the document as the new strategy is to make sure members own it.
“The target would just wait for the final copy to be out and sell out the ideas,” she explained.
Lamin Fatty, National Coordinator for Child Protection Alliance (CPA) said participation in the validation of the new strategy plan for 2022 to 2026 is quite welcoming and thanked participants for the move.
“I think the turnout was quite impressive, and this is the only way you could guarantee that members of the network have taken ownership of a document that would guide their work for the next five years.”
Caritas, the development agency of the Catholic Church last Friday commenced a 10-day capacity enhancement and interactive engagements for 100 participants with gender consideration, drawn from multi party groups, media, religious groups and civil society organizations at the GPI and other regions.
His Excellency President Adama Barrow, Secretary General and Leader of the National People’s Party (NPP) received thunderous and tumultuous welcome in Central River Region (CRR) north as his Presidential re-election campaign progressed through the third and fourth days of the nationwide interface with voters.