Action Aid Zambia Monitors & Evaluate Titukuke

The Action Aid  International Zambia organized a monitoring and evaluation meeting with the Titukuke Rural Community Development Association, Petauke. The Head of Governance of AAIZ, Mr. Humphrey Elakani facilitated the monitoring meeting focussing on the activities carried out by Titukuke in the first and second quarters of 2011. The Chairperson of Titukuke, Mr. Elasto Mwale, welcomed all participants of the meeting and urged them to fully participate.

Mr. Elakani, explained the objective of the meeting which according to him, was to assess the progress and achievements, challenges as well as lessons learnt in the implementation of approved 2011 work plan & budget and review the partnership agreement/project document and draw addendum where applicable. He further notified the meeting about the monitoring concept and the participatory method.

The participants were divided into two groups to review the activities carried out
by Titukuke under its Building Local Democracy and Land Rights Themes.

The first group was led by Ms. Florence Njobvu, Treasurer of Titukuke, and was responsible to review the activities of first quarter. Similarly, the second group was led by
the Titukuke Chairperson to discuss activities done in the  second quarter. final presentations were done using a review report in the given format. There followed an open discussion to clarify the achievements and outputs of activities. The Programmes Coordinator, Mr. Richard Mbachundu and the Director Ms. Getrude Soko gave their inputs to finalize the quarterly reporting matrixes.

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