Consultative Implementation & Monitoring Council (CIMC)

Need for Social Accountability

It brought together civil society organizations, public officials and service providers.

The theme was ‘Sharing and Learning from Innovators and Practitioners.’

The purpose of the summit was to stimulate critical thinking and discussions around social accountability tools to use and empower citizens to advocate for accountability on the management of public resources.

Paul Barker, Director for Institute of National Affairs says it is important for the government to report to its people.

Plan must be student focused

This was one of the strong recommendations made by the participants of the recent National Civil Society Coalition Consultation Workshop, held on 23rd February 2022. It was made while discussing the draft Education Sector Development Plan (2022-2026).  

CIMC hosts first 2018 meet

The meeting was to facilitate a collective dialogue and input that is critical for citizen engagement in public policy development and implementation.

The meeting was attended by representatives from the public and private sectors, civil society organisations and churches where they presented their sector’s plans, identify development hindrances and how they can be addressed to allow development to proceed.

This process is to enable the exchange of information and ideas among the different institutional actors.