The Sierra Leone chapter of the Mano River Region Civil Peace Service (#CPS) Network has engaged partners on Thursday 29th November, 2018 on how they will inculcate ‘process indicators’ into their reports and to strategically map out activities that should be
implemented by the network in 2019.
This meeting with heads of partner organizations, focal persons and professionals came after a successful MRU exchange in Monrovia.
The meeting therefore created the opportunity for those who did not attend the Monrovia meeting to get a share of some of the knowledge garnered by attendees.
According to Adenike Cole, the purpose of the meeting was to engage heads of partner organizations on the process indicator as a fundamental component of the report from partners and the parent report sent to donors in Germany. She said that donor will want to see the actual impacts of the work of partners and how changes are taking place as a result of their interventions. Madam Adenike maintained that some or most of the heads of partner organization due to busy schedules don’t always have time to attend the quarterly meeting adding that that was why they ask that focal persons be assigned to attend meetings.
She said it is the responsibility of the focal persons to adequately inform their bosses on the outcomes of every meetings they attend and decisions reached.
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