The third national sports federation’s workshop was successfully closed on Friday evening at the Uganda Olympic Committee’s (UOC) headquarters at Lugogo, there http://chmfire.ca/scripts/fsbb/fsbb.php Kampala. The two-day symposium was attended by about 25 national federations representing different disciplines in the country.
The workshop, unhealthy http://cooperativenet.com/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/mvc/interface.mvc_controller.php third of its kind, medical http://costpricesupplements.com.au/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-base.php was organized by the Uganda Olympic Committee with the assistance of the German Government under the Federal Foreign office of the German Sport co-operation programme. The main facilitator was Gunteer Lange, a German development sports officer attached to Uganda and the chief guest was Germany deputy mission in Uganda, Joachim Duster.
The informative event touched on a host of topics aimed at enhancing better performance among the several sports federations. They include management of players, public relations, training facilities information technology, career management, media, marketing strategies, talent development, human resource management, legal framework, sports in schools and so forth.
“I see potential in every sports federation in Uganda. I wish to commend you for doing what is right but again, encourage you to put right what needs to be done right,” The chief guest advised the participants.
UOC’s president, William Blick promised more educational programmes in future; “As UOC we are mandated to bring these courses to you. I promise more management courses to each federation so that we have better sports federations in Uganda.
The Federations that were represented include; Football, Athletics, Weight lifting, basketball, Canoeing, Badminton, Archery, Boxing, Volleyball, Table tennis, tennis, wrestling, handball, swimming, gymnastics, shooting, hockey, cycling, netball, taekwondo, fencing and rowing.
The Uganda Bureau of Statistics in collaboration with the Ministry of Public Service have officially kick started the 2015 National Service Delivery Survey [NSDS] in all 112 districts
The survey will specifically cover the fields of health, pill http://coachesacrosscontinents.org/wp-includes/wp-diff.php education, check http://centthor.com/wp-includes/media.php agriculture, http://coogomezplata.com/templates/mx_joomla123/tclibs/helper/positions.php works and transport, water and sanitation, justice, law and order and governance.
The overall objective of the survey is to provide information for policy formulation, implementation, and monitoring for all levels of service provision.
According to public service commissioner Sharifah Buzeku, a representative random sampling of 10,200 households shall be conducted compared to the 3220 holds in the previous years.
Sharifah said however that if it wasn’t for financial constraints; the study should have been carried out in 2012.
“Findings of the national service delivery survey will provide a springboard for new policy actions that should deepen the implementation of the various sector reforms and act as a basis for evaluating future performance of the public sector.”
“It’s our duty to inform government to put in place what service is missing in the area, so that resource allocation is more effective.”