Some participants at the training on Digitization and Registration for Programme Managers & Master Trainers of the Social Investment Programme.
Enumeration of Beneficiaries of the recently restructured Federal Government Enterprise Empowerment Programme Initiative (GEEP) 2.0 is to commence on May 12.
The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Hajiya Sadiya Umar Farouq made this known at the opening of a three-day Advance Training on Digitization and Registration for Programme Managers & Master Trainers of the Social Investment Programme.
Hajiya Umar-Farouq, who was represented by the National Coordinator NSIP, Dr Umar Bindir, said the aim of the training was to introduce digitization with modern software and working tools to the Programme Managers and Master Trainers.
She said GEEP has been restructured for digital compliance to enable trainers to align with the latest trends in modern technology.
This is to fulfill President Muhammadu Buhari’s desire to lift 100 million persons out of poverty, the minister explained.
The Team Lead of GEEP, Zainab Musawa, who presented an overview of the Advance Training on Digitization and Registration for Programme Managers and Master Trainers, said the training would provide a comprehensive framework for the enhancement of the beneficiaries’ registration processes and implementation of digital transformation of the programme delivery throughout the GEEP 2.0 lifespan.
“ the Ministry has been cognizant of the importance of digital processes for effective delivery results and as such, is proud to announce the digitization of the GEEP 2.0 processes and enhanced registration policies in efforts towards mandate achievement,” she added.
The Director General, National Orientation Agency (NOA), Dr Garba Abari lauded the existing partnership with the Ministry and urged participants to make inputs that will add more value to the programme.
The theme of the three-day training session is “rethinking and redesigning processes in the age of technology for better delivery”.
Reporting by Hadiza Abdulrahman; Editing by Daniel Adejo and Tony Okerafor