IOM sharpens techincal skills of NIDCOM’S pioneer staff.

A three-day capacity building workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation is underway in Abuja.
The training organized by the International Organisation for Migration, (IOM) is designed to build skills set and competences of Staff of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission.
Declaring the workshop open on behalf of Hon (Dr) Abike Dabiri-Erewa, Chairman/CEO, Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, Engr Dr Sule Yakubu Bassi, Secretary to the Commission, said Monitoring and Evaluation was a critical component of NIDCOM’s Programmes, Policies and activities, added that participants should take advantage of the opportunity to improve their skills in order to fast track the growth and progress of the Commission and there by fulfill its mandate for national development.
Dr Bassi also commended the International Organization for Migration, a UN agency, for supporting and facilitating the training as part of the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Trusted Sources Project.
Ms Elizabeth Poage, speaking on behalf of the Acting Chief of Mission, IOM, applauded NiDCOM’s Management and Staff for their participation in the Monitoring and Evaluation training Workshop.
Ms Poage went on to say that good migration policies are excellent development parameters for ensuring the full, effective and efficient implementation of the National Diaspora Policy.
The training is aimed at educating and enlightening NIDCOM’S Staff on the need for a proper monitoring and evaluation process for better output in their various Departments and Units.

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