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USAID engaged Adamawa stakeholders on conflict mitigation dialogue

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The United State Agency International Development (USAID), State2state activity has engaged Adamawa stakeholders on conflict mitigation dialoque toward improving internally generated revenue for more development in priority sectors in the state.

Speaking at the fourth quarter engagement in Yola, Mr Mathias Yake, the State2State’s conflict specialist said, the objectives is to improve knowledge, understanding and skills of participants on the principals conflict sensitivity in public finance management and service delivery.

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He said the engagement is also to strengthen participants knowledge and understanding in developing contextual fit action plan for conflict sensitivity.

“To Identify any emerging pull and push drivers of conflict and their impact on internal revenue generation and service delivery.

“Especially basic education, primary health care, and WASH in the states, and possible ways recommendations for addressing them.

“Develop an action plan on agreed next steps to guide the implementation of recommendations.

Yake urged the stakeholders to always be conflict sensitive on implementing government policies and programmes in conflict prone commmunities.

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He further encouraged the stakeholders who were drawn from the ministry of health, water resources, education, women affairs, board of international revenue, CSOs, traditional and religious leaders on effective implementation of the action plan for the benefit of people in the state.

Chabiyada Eli, State2State ‘s Gender and Social Inclusion (GESI) coordinator, appealed to stakeholders to always consider women and people leaving with disabilities when implementing policies and programmes.

Mr Godwin Agbragu, representing Good Governance Group (3G) who spoke on behalf of the stakeholders appreciated the commitment of USAID on improving the leaving standard of people in the state.

He assured their readiness on timely implementation of the action plan and urged the cooperation of the affected sector towards achieving the objectives of the dialogue.

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