CGG concludes service mapping in Kenema, Bombali

As part of its ongoing capacity building for democratic dialogue and accountability project, Campaign for Good Governance (CGG) has just concluded a Service Delivery Mapping and, ‘Li Wi Tok’ dialogue in two of its areas of operation – Kenema and Bombali districts. The service mapping and dialogue examines three essential services: Water, Health and Electricity. Project Manager, Fatmata Dean Sesay said in as much as 50 women were earlier trained on monitoring service delivery and data collection via mobile app. “We advocate based on evidence that is why it is actually important to visit some of these communities and understand from locals first hand how the status of these services are impacting their daily lives.” She explained that in Sierra Leone women are in the majority and during elections most of the voters were women, however basic services such as adequate health care, water and electricity, which are often accessed by women are seriously challenged.

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