JICA lauded for recognising SI capacity needs


From left to right Harrison Vilerich Ara of MDPAC, Ms Martha Behulu Manaka and Motoyuki Uegaki of JICA.

SOLOMON Islands Government (SIG) through the Ministry of Development Planning and Aid Coordination (MDPAC) has applauded the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) for recognising the capacity needs of the Solomon Islanders

This sentiment was revealed to this paper yesterday by Harrison Vilerich Ara, Principal Planning Officer of MDPAC.

“I would like to convey our appreciation to the Japanese government to Solomon Islands through JICA for recognising the capacity needs of Solomon Islands Public Officers and Civil Servants through up skilling of Human Resources seeing the challenges and gaps SIG have in terms of its workforce’s capacity needs,” said Vilerich.

He said therefore SIG through MDPAC is looking forward to continue to work more closely with the Japanese government in the near future with this same spirt of cooperation through facilitating the dissemination of this JICA’s training in the future.

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