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Latest News » LIPA Awards Certificates to 130 Civil Servants

LIPA Awards Certificates to 130 Civil Servants

The Liberia Institute of Public Administration (LIPA) on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 awarded certificates to 130 civil servants who are middle level managers and are in leadership positions from the project pilot Ministries, Agencies and Commissions of Government.  Ministries, Agencies and Commissions concerned include: Health, Finance, Internal Affairs, Information, Foreign Affairs, Education, Justice and State. Other implementing Agencies and Commission include: LIPA, CSA and the GC.

The awarding of the certificates to the participants followed several weeks of intensive training in Women and Transformational Leadership held at the Cape Hotel in Mamba Point from October to November of 2016.   The training which derives from the Public Sector Modernization Project results framework is intended to establish a sustained foundation for effective leadership scheme within the Civil Service, thereby transforming Public Sector Managers from dormant status to competent results oriented leaders.

LIPA, under the Public Sector Modernization Project results framework, is mandated to train 500 civil servants within a period of five years.

Serving as Keynote Speaker during the graduation ceremony, the Deputy Director General for Human Resource at the Civil Service Agency, Wanneh Clarke Reeves, encouraged the graduates to retain the knowledge and skills acquired during the training so as to transform their respective institutions. Mrs. Reeves who served as proxy for CSA Director General Puchu Bernard, challenged the graduates to serve as change agents by making notable impact at their various places of work.

Also speaking, the Deputy Director General for Training and Manpower Development at LIPA, Mrs. Jarso Jallah Saygbe, admonished the participants to fit into the vision of being a transformational leader.
 


 

OUR DIRECTOR GENERAL
Hon. Oblayon Blayon Nyemah Director General
Hon. Oblayon Blayon Nyemah
FLORENCE GEEGBAE-DUKULY Deputy Director General, Administration
FLORENCE GEEGBAE-DUKULY
Deputy Director General, Administration
Mrs. Jarso Jallah-Saygbe Deputy Director General, Training
Mrs. Jarso Jallah-Saygbe
Deputy Director General, Training
 Profile of Mr. Charles G. R. Jarrett, Sr. Deputy Director General, Research & Consultancy
Profile of Mr. Charles G. R. Jarrett, Sr.
Deputy Director General, Research & Consultancy
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