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SiLNoRF’s National Coordinator Speaks on Equity

SiLNoRF’s National Coordinator Speaks on Equity

The National Coordinator, Sierra Leone Network on the Right to Food (SiLNoRF), Mohammed S. Conteh speaking on the principles of equity in relation to leadership on Thursday, October 8, 2020 said, leaders should treat equals, equally and unequals, unequally.                               

M. S. Conteh, who doubles as the Executive Director for Mankind’s Actions for Development Accreditation Movement (MADAM) was addressing the heads of the 16 network members organisations that made up SiLNoRF during the opening ceremony of a two-day training workshop on Leadership, Governance and Management at MADAM Conference Hall in Makeni.                      

The training organized by the Capacity Building Project (CBP) Team led by John Y. Tarawallie as Manager was geared towards strengthening and depending the abilities of heads of the various organisations in a bid to enable them get to speedy and take their respective outfits to the next level.

The Guru in development initiatives, popularly known as M. S. Conteh, expounding on the principles of equity, also spoke on the roles of individuals in management. “Management involves a high level of planning, it makes up of a lot of things that one cannot take for granted,” he said.

The SiLNoRF’s NC in his short but very impressive speech, reiterated the importance of equity and roles in management. 

Speaking further on roles, Mr. Conteh encouraged all the Directors/Coordinators to inculcate the practice of allowing people to do their jobs or creating the space for others to step up in performing their duties. “Allowing people to play their own roles is all part of management and governance,” he maintained. A reason, he advanced as to why most times people don’t see him in many activities because he believed there are people in the organization that are supposed to do those jobs.

He said the training is a follow-up project to a previous one which entails a lot of things.                     Therefore, he encouraged the project team not to use what he referred to as the blanket approach in the implementation of the project. There has been an assessment that was conducted by way back to assess the development of each and every organization within the network which they should use. 

He hoped participants will apply knowledge acquired in the training will contribute to transform their respective organisations, he concluded.    

The two-day training was facilitated by Lecturer, Unisa Patrick Kamara (UPK), Head of Development Studies Department, University of Makeni (UNIMAC).

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