Friday, 31 October 2014

BUNDIBUGYO DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT STAKEHOLDERS RETREAT TO DISCUSS SERVICE DELIVERY IMPROVEMENT.


“He who walks alone, reaches no far”, The Bundibugyo District Deputy Chief administrative officer Mr. Hood highlighted the importance of working with many development stakeholders as the only way to improve service delivery in the District.
Following the Joint Monitoring exercise facilitated by Good Hope Foundation for Rural Development on May 22nd and 23rd, 2014, A district feedback meeting followed on June 26th, 2014 to discuss and own the detailed findings from Naads, Health and Education in the District. This meeting was held at Bundibugyo District headquarters, attended by among others; The District Vice Chairperson Hon.Kamabu Z.Blasio,District Health Officer Dr.Bagonza Majid, District Community development officer Mr.Olega Caesar, Senior inspector of schools Mr.Maate Charles, District Naads Coordinator Mr.Kisembo Light Godfrey, Deputy Chief Administrative officer, Deputy Resident District Commissionar,LCIII Chairpersons,School pupils representatives, Media personnels from Voice of Bundibugyo(VOB) AND Development FM,Community process Facilitators and representatives of other Civil society organizations operating in the District.
District Technical and political leaders in a pre-District meeting,Preparing for the feedback meeting with Citizens.

After hours of effective deliberations, the action plan below was developed geared towards improving service delivery in the District;-
S/N
Issue
Action
By when
Responsible person
1
Late turn up for beginning of terms by pupils.
Schools to begin setting beginning of terms exams, whose results shall always account for end of term exam results.
3rd Term, 2014


D.E.O/Inspector of schools
2
Reluctance of teachers to prepare schemes of work.
Effective supervision by the Education inspectorate
August,2014



Principal inspector of schools.
3
Gaps in monitoring of service delivery by Government in Education, Naads and Health.
District to organize independent joint monitoring activities, at least quarterly cutting across all sectors and Sub counties.
September,2014


CAO
4
Information gaps about delivery of services in the District
District leaders to come up with radio talk shows program, then share it with Good Hope. District to be allocated Four(4) hours airtime on VOB/UBC(4 Talk shows)
27th/06/2014




Inspector of schools-Maate and CDO
5
Survey conducted by Ministry of Health in the District has kept the DHO tied to take some actions.
A follow-up to be made about the survey report that includes actions to help the District Health office.
15th/07/2014



D.H.O
6
The number of population and area served by Nyahuka Health centre is beyond the jurisdiction of a Health Centre IV.
Lobbying for Nyahuka Health centre to be upgraded to a hospital status.
September,2014



LCV/V Chairperson’s Office.
7
Un functionality/ or un ethical functioning of HUMCs
All HUMCs to be provided with standard management guidelines.
15th/07/2014






D.H.O
8

Un harmonized working relationship between Nyahuka Town council leadership and Nyahuka Health centre IV Leadership
In-charge Nyahuka Health centre IV to be met urgently.
15th/07/2014
Mayor, Nyahuka Town Council.
9
Farmers’ demands are more than the approved activities in Naads.
Farmers to be provided with Luwero-Rwenzori triangle funds application forms for additional fundraising.
August,2014
DNC
 
Participants in the District Feedback meeting(Audience participants)
The District Vice Chairperson Hon.Kamabu Blasio closed the meeting at 05:30pm, once again thanking Good Hope Foundation for organizing such an important feedback meeting. He promised total support for Good Hope’s actions in the District as it was by his predecessor Hon.Mbalibulha Godfrey, and asked all responsible persons for the action points reached to take note and take action as scheduled above.

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