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At the second session of the Sierra Leone Community Driven Development (SLCDD) project phase Three Design at Taiama, Moyamba District, the Senior Director of Programmes Development and Quality Assurance (SD-PDQA), Dr. Susan Robert on behalf of the Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner of NaCSA has commended the efforts of various committees for their contributions in the first session and encouraged members to put more efforts in the second session to ensure the finalization of the Project Design Document.

Dr. Susan Robert made these statements on Tuesday, February 13, 2024 during the opening courtesies of the second session of the SLCDD III Project Design Retreat at Taia Resort, Taiama “On behalf of the Commissioner, Amb. Ernest Mbaimba Ndomahina and the Deputy Commissioner, Sir Jimmy Batilo Songa, I want to take this opportunity to welcome you all to this second session. I want to thank the various committees for their input in the first session. Such effort could not be emphasized, as in many instances, they are executed by paid consultants or experts,” she commended.

The Senior Director – PDQA further appealed to members to give their all in ensuring the finalization of the Project Document. “I therefore called on you all to work hard so as to ensure that by the end of this session, we could have done justice to the process and in extension to the commission,” Dr. Robert pleaded.

Speaking on behalf of the Committees, the NaCSA Director of Fields Operations, Maada Ngombu reinforced the Senior Director’s appeal for total commitment to enhance quality deliverables of tasks assigned to all. He acknowledged the collective efforts exhibited by members during the first session and pledged the same.

The Programme Manager of the SLCDD II Project, Momoh Juanah expressed his delight over the turnout and the invaluable contributions of the various committee members. Manager Juanah drew the attention of members to latest development in the Portfolio. Among these, he disclosed is the eminent launch of the long awaited Islamic Macro Finance component.

The SLCDD III Project is expected to build on its predecessor phases (SLCDD I & II) scaling up their successes and interventions by promoting community driven development interventions within the proposed districts using the same rural growth pole model approach. The Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) and the Government of Sierra Leone will co-finance the project.

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