By Murna Panya
Adamawa State Ministry of Water Resources in Collaboration with Norwegian Refugee Council NRC, WASH SECTOR NIGERIA and UNICEF has organized a 3 Day capacity building training for the WASH Sector Partners on Infrastructure Sweep from the 22nd -24th of January at AUN Hotel, Yola with the theme: "Operationalizing Findings from WASH Infrastructure Mappings."
The purpose of the training is to present the findings and key insights from the infrastructure mapping reports which include a detailed analysis of Water Supply and Latrine functionality in the LGAs.
The Adamawa State WASH Sector Coordinator, Umar Sajo Aliyu (MINR) in his key address said, the workshop was organised to facilitate discussion amongst WASH Sector Partners, State line Ministries and CSOs in order to identify priority areas for intervention based on the mapping.
Speaking at the workshop, the WASH Sector Coordinators of Adamawa, Borno and Yobe States, Mr Francois Bellet (UNICEF) discussed the Strategies for Data Sharing and Monitoring, to ensure the sustained impact of WASH interventions in the State.
In a remark, the Facilitator, Mr Emmanuel Atam ED( FACT FOUNDATION) expressed satisfaction with the discussion, interactions and recommendation from all participants and had also commended on the overall turnout of the workshop.