SUBEB officers trained on data collection, analysis

By Evelyn Omotoye
To further strengthen their skills in data processing and analysis, staff of Ondo State Universal Basic Education Board have been trained on data collection, analysis  dissemination, monitoring and evaluation.

      The one- day workshop which was organised by a non- governmental organisation, Connected Development (CODE) in collaboration with Ondo SUBEB, was aimed at  engendering effective, efficient and quality service delivery.

  While declaring the workshop open, the Chairman, Ondo State Universal Basic Education Board, Princess Oladunni Odu who was represented by the Permanent Secretary, Mrs Olufunmilayo Oni said the  workshop will improve access to information and will empower marginalised local communities in Ondo State.

   Mrs Odu stated that the board was chosen in the state as beneficiary by the NGO for the workshop as a result of the ground breaking achievement it has  recorded and also as a result of the pivotal role  the board is playing in the education sector of state.

   While noting that the Akeredolu led administration is determined to revamp the basic primary schools in the state, she stated that the government is  targeting 228 schools for rigorous and all round development through construction and renovation of schools, supply of information technology and play ground equipments in primary schools.

   The SUBEB boss therefore enjoined the selected officers to take advantage of the workshop, saying it would be useful on their jobs.

The community engagement manager of the NGO, Mr Busayo Morakinyo said CODE has been in existence since 2012 and its main preoccupation is to track funds in marginalised communities in the areas of basic health, education, water sanitation and hygiene  (WASH).

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He said that the programme was targetted to boost and improve the participants’ scope for gathering of important data.

Morakinyo said it was the first time the body would be organising a programme in the state and was part of its  familiarisation with ministries, departments and agencies in the state.

He said the body was sharing useful data with SUBEB staff to also improve their skills on dissemination of data and project monitoring to engender service delivery.

One of the participants, Prince Adedeji Adesida commended the convener of the workshop, saying it was  laudable and useful.

He therefore called on the board to organise more of such programme that will enhance quality service delivery.

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