In the month of March, as a prelude to the beginning
of the Institutionalizing Anti-corruption practices for the
establishment of democratic controls in south western states
culminating in the establishment of the Ibadan North Community
Partnership Project, series of Consultative meetings were held with
stakeholders within the Yemetu Community and the Ibadan North Local
Government officials in charge of administration and community
development to input into the project.
March 8-10th - the project team consulted with the Yemetu
community, local government and the police on the neigbourhood watch
component of the workshop.
From the 15th-17th of March, workshops were held to build the
capacity of stakeholders on different issues ranging from
Neighbourhood Watch, LEEDS, Budget Monitoring and Tracking through to
ICT methodologies, Police community relations.
presented at the workshop here.
50 Participants, CDAs & CBOs from the community, Organized Private
Sector (MTN) Association of Performing Artists (PMAN), DFID - SLPG
and officials of the Ibadan North Local Government, at the workshop
had the opportunity of breaking into groups to discuss further on
issues as it relates to Health, Housing, Education skills, ICT
technologies, Transportation, Community policing and security.
At the end of the workshop a Communiqué was issued outlining the
observations and recommendations of the participants.
Download Communiqué and
an Action Plan developed.