12 December 2012

Rwanda: Ngororero - JADF Commend Ngororero District Achievements

The Joint Action Development Forum (JADF) in Ngororero district has appreciated the role that the district partners played in development of Ngororero District during the completion of the 2nd phase of the economic year 2012/2013

The partners in development of the district presented their plan of action in 2012/2013 and signed agreement with the district officials on what they are yet to achieve. The president of JADF in Ngororero district who is also the vice mayor for economic development in the district Emmanuel Mazimpaka explained that this action was for partners in development to be clear about the projects they will achieve.

The district is hopeful about this understanding and they are sure that the partners in development will achieve what they vowed to do as they have started working on what they promised to do in the first phase of the economic budget.

It was planned to elect a new vice president of JADF Isangano of Ngororero district but this was postponed since some members were not present and it will be done in the next JADF members meeting.

The district partners in development assured the District Development Plan (PDD) body that they will always support it in the next 5 years they will be working together. It was agreed for JADF Isangano to hold a retreat of which every member will contribute for its preparation.

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