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Assessment of Accountability Mechanisms Aims to Improve Education Sector Performance in Kaduna

By Ehis Agbon, Kaduna, North West Nigeria.

Participants at the Assessment of Accountability Mechanisms Aims to Improve Education Sector Performance in Kaduna.

Civil Society Organizations and accountability mechanisms focused on education in Kaduna State have undergone an assessment by the Partnership for Learning for All in Nigeria (PLANE) to enhance their technical capabilities and influence education sector reforms effectively.

Ugwu Kelechi, Policy and Strategy Intervention Manager at PLANE

In his welcome address, Ugwu Kelechi, Policy and Strategy Intervention Manager at PLANE, highlighted that the assessment aims to support the invited accountability mechanisms in building their capacity for strategic repositioning and improved functionality.

The two-day functionality assessment, held from July 10 to 11, 2024, in Kaduna, saw the participation of members from the Kaduna Basic Education Accountability Mechanism (KADBEAM) and the Kaduna Local Government Accountability Mechanism (KADLGAM).

Timothy Effiong, PLANE Consultant

Timothy Effiong, PLANE Consultant, coordinated the joint plenary sessions and emphasized that the objective of the assessment is to strengthen these accountability forums, enabling them to function more effectively and influence education sector reforms by complementing government efforts through active engagement.

Aliyu Ahmed Tijjani, Co-Chair of KADBEAM

Aliyu Ahmed Tijjani, Co-Chair of KADBEAM, expressed gratitude to the organizers, underscoring his belief that any identified gaps will be addressed to enhance the mechanisms’ functionality.

Alheri Waje

Representing the Head of KADLGAM, Yusuf Goje, Alheri Waje assured the organizers of full participation from all members, aiming for a robust and participatory engagement.

Stephen Waya, a participant from KADBEAM, shared his enthusiasm about the collaboration between the two

Stephen Waya, Member KADBEAM

mechanisms, noting that this collective effort will improve service delivery in the education sector, as outlined in the OGP Kaduna State Action Plan III.

The Partnership for Learning for All in Nigeria (PLANE) is an education program funded by the UK Government, dedicated to investing in a more inclusive and effective education system in Nigeria. The program’s goal is to fulfill the shared commitment of the Government of Nigeria and the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) to drive sustainable improvements in learning outcomes for Nigeria’s children. PLANE collaborates with federal and state leaders, legislators, education providers, and parents across Abuja, Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Borno, Yobe, the South-East, and the South-West.

 

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