GDU assess the progress of ongoing and upcoming county projects.

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The Governor’s Delivery Unit (GDU) has embarked on a week-long departmental project preparedness review meeting to assess the progress of ongoing and upcoming county projects.

The meeting, led by GDU Directors Samuel Ereng and Benjamin Wanyonyi Ndiyo, aims to ensure all county departments are adequately prepared and aligned for successful project implementation.

Ereng emphasized the importance of the review meeting in understanding and improving performance to ensure future project success.

“The primary reason for the project preparedness review meeting is to learn where improvements can be made to make sure that the next project is successful,” Ereng said.

The meeting also seeks to align all departmental projects with Governor George Natembeya’s Manifesto and ensure budgetary allocation for all county projects.

“As we gear up to review the progress of the ongoing and upcoming projects, we would like to initiate a readiness review across all the 11 departments in the county,” Ndiyo added.

Trans Nzoia County Chief of Staff, Dickson Wamocho, urged department leaders, including Directors and the finance team, to ensure all projects follows government procurement procedures and align with budgets to avoid pending bills.

The departments called for the meeting include Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Cooperative Development, Lands, Roads Public Works, Water Environment and Natural Resources, Trade and Industrialization, Public Service Management and Governance, Finance and Economic Planning, Education and Vocational Training, Health, Gender Sports Culture and Tourism, and the County Attorney’s office.

County officials in attendance included Mrs. Justina Siti, Gender Adviser Office of the Governor, Gideon Sawe Assistant country secretary, Director ICT, Phoebe Buchunju director office of the CS, and Mwambu Muliro, Economic Adviser Office of the Governor.

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