BULAWAYO – In a move set to enhance the capacity of the Zimbabwe Developmen Democracy Trust (ZDDT) execute its mandate of citizen engagement and mobilisation for democratic transition, two of the trust’s employees underwent training on monitoring and evaluation this week.
Nozibusiso Bhebhe, ZDDT Projects Manager, and Hlozokuhle Ndiweni, Evaluation Assistant, attended the crucial workshop which was organised by TRACE and held at Bulawayo’s Holiday Inn.
Bhebhe and Ndiweni were joined by other participants from other civil society organisations in the city.
The two said the training was very important and would, not only enhance their performance as officers of the trust, but that of ZDDT as an organisation as well.
“That was a very important and relevant workshop and we learnt a lot about monitoring and evaluation and we would like to thank the organisers who saw it fit for us to undergo it,” said Ndiweni, who recently joined ZDDT.
Bhebhe also spoke highly of the training, adding it would enhance ZDDT’s reporting accuracy and content detail.
The three-hour training session is a critical component of the excellent relationhip that ZDDT enjoys with TRACE which has made great strides in enhancing the capacity of ZDDT to deliver on its objectives and improve value for money for the tax payers abroad who generously contribute to the programme funding.