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District Assemblies trained on Monitoring and Evaluation under the SOCO Project

As part of capacity building requirements under the Gulf of Guinea Northern Regions Social Cohesion (SOCO) Project, Metropolitan, Municipal, and District Assemblies (MMDAs) and their Regional Coordinating Councils from beneficiary communities have been trained on Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) on the Project.

The training, which spans four days, was done concurrently in three zones, namely Tamale, Wa, and Bolga, for focal persons on the SOCO project to undertake effective and efficient monitoring of infrastructure to collect data on its activities during its implementation to gain a conceptual understanding on compliance, diagnostic and performance monitoring of the Project activities.

Participants were to trained to monitor and evaluate the Project's effectiveness, coherence, efficiency, relevance, impact and sustainability whenever they embark on monitoring and evaluation to ascertain the progress of infrastructural work under the SOCO.

The training, was attended by project focal persons made up of social safeguards on the Project, planners, engineers, social welfare officers, and Management Information System specialists from the beneficiary Assemblies.

The SOCO project focuses on enhancing regional collaboration and socio-economic resilience in the Northern regions of the Gulf of Guinea countries (Cote d'Ivoire, Ghana, Togo, and Benin). The project aims to address challenges such as FCV spillover risks, perception of exclusion, climate impact, and COVID-19 shocks.

Its geographic focus includes six regions: Savannah, Oti, Upper East, Northern, Upper West, and North East, with the Ministry of Local Government serving as the implementation agency.



Source:           Matilda Tettey

                        (MLGDRD, Public Relations Unit)


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