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UCC Vice Chancellor’s monitoring and evaluation committee trained

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The Monitoring and Evaluation unit under the office of the Vice Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast in collaboration with the USAID have held a three day monitoring and evaluation training workshop for some selected members of the university at Takoradi.

The workshop is aimed at training participants and equipping them with the needed skills geared towards the attainment of the Vice Chancellor’s strategic plan for the next four years.

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In an exclusive interview with the Vice Chancellor (VC) Prof. Johnson Nyarko Boampong at the sidelines of the workshop, he indicated that the training workshop has become necessary due to his commitment to making UCC an entrepreneurial university as enshrined in his strategic plan.

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Speaking on why the assistance of the USAID was sought, the VC indicated “For us to be empowered to do the work we sought the assistance of USAID because they have collaboration with the Centre for Coastal Management (CCM). Thus, they are here to help our people and prepare them so that they can start the work. They will also help to set the bench marks so that at the end of the day we will be able to assess whether we are making successful impacts or we are not doing as we expect”, he added.

On his part, the Chief Operations Officer for USAID METSS 2 project Mr Saaka Adams said the workshop among other things will not only equip participant with the right skills but will empower them to deliver as expected in order to achieve its intended goals.

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“Our expectation is that capacity will be built and from that capacity those participating will be able to generate the required data to report to the VC and then the University Council,” he stated.

Source: ATLFMNEWS

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