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Migori County Enhances Monitoring and Evaluation Capacities for Effective Governance

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In a bid to bolster its commitment to efficient governance and policy implementation, the Migori County Government, through the Department of Public Service Management and Administration, kicked off a comprehensive five-day Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) capacity-building workshop. The workshop, hosted under the Directorate of Monitoring and Evaluation, aims to empower key officials, including County Executive Committee Members (CECMs), Chief Officers, Directors, Economists, and departmental focal persons.

Facilitating the workshop is a team from the National Government Directorate of Monitoring and Evaluation, bringing a wealth of expertise to guide participants through the intricacies of the County Integrated Monitoring and Evaluation System (CIMES) and National Integrated Monitoring and Evaluation System (NIMES). These systems serve as crucial tools for providing feedback on the effectiveness of policy implementation and overall performance, specifically focusing on the Medium-Term Plan (MTP) 2013-2017 of Kenya Vision 2030.

The opening day of the workshop saw the active participation of prominent figures, including CECMs Mercy Okwanyo, Maurice Otunga, Caleb Opondi, Rahab Robi, Betty Samburu, and John Kobado. Additionally, a substantial number of Chief Officers, Directors, and other essential staff members were present, underscoring the significance of the initiative.

The initiative reflects Migori County’s dedication to fostering transparency, accountability, and evidence-based decision-making. As participants delve into the intricacies of CIMES and NIMES, the county anticipates an enhanced ability to monitor and evaluate the impact of policies, ultimately contributing to the realization of the broader goals outlined in Kenya Vision 2030.

This capacity-strengthening workshop serves as a testament to Migori County’s proactive approach in embracing modern governance practices, positioning itself for sustainable development and improved service delivery to its residents. The workshop is poised to empower participants with the skills and knowledge necessary to navigate the complexities of monitoring and evaluation in the context of county governance.

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