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GIS EVALUATE STRATEGIC PLAN  

 

A group picture of the participants, dignitaries and the resourse persons.

The Comptroller –General of the Ghana Immigration Service, (GIS) Felix Yaw Sarpong, has stated that the GIS stands in a very unique position to make its impact felt internationally and nationally, but the ability to successfully get to its ultimate destination depends largely on the direction it takes today.


He has therefore called on all officers and men of the Service to be determined and with unity of purpose, contribute their quota towards developing a Service that can be the envy of all.

Mr. Sarpong made these statements at the opening ceremony of a five day workshop to validate the evaluation report of the 2011- 2015 strategic plan of the GIS in Accra.


A group picture of the participants, dignitaries and the resourse persons.

He said that the decision to roll out the (4) year strategic plan for the Service was worthwhile and must be continued by way of developing another strategic plan for the years ahead. This workshop he mentioned provides a very good platform for the Service to collectively review the evaluation report which would be useful guide for the development of a new five year (5) Strategic Plan (2017-2021).


He said the strategic plan which focused on five priority areas namely; people, policy information, infrastructure and equipment and collaborationhas brought a number of projects andalso contributed significantly towards building the capacity of officers and men of the Service.


Mr. Sarpong urged personnel to do an  in depth evaluation in order to determine the success rate, challenges and lessons learnt to serve as aguide in drafting the next strategic plan.
He thanked the European Union, the British High Commission, ECOWAS, FMM Project and   other development partners for their immerse financial contribution during the implementation and evaluation of the strategic plan.
The workshop brought together Regional and Sector commanders, Sectional heads as well as representative from the European Union, IOM, ECOWAS and ICMPD.


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BY:
BARBARA SAM
Snr. Insp / Public Affairs
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