As part of its core mandate to equip and enlighten students, the general public, Civil society groups, and Non-governmental organizations on the practices of Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E), the Ghana Monitoring and Evaluation (GMEF) body in partnership with UNICEF Ghana yesterday held its maiden inter-university competition.
The competition which took place at the Conference Room of the vice Chancellors` Hall (UPSA) had four Universities compete for the top place.
Representatives from the University of Ghana-School of Public Health (Accra) carried the day, followed by the Christian Service University College (Kumasi) and BlueCrest University College (Kokomlemle) respectively .
Dr. Stephen Ntow, the special moderator of the competition, especially praised the in-depth knowledge of the competitors and their impressive performance and encouraged participants to put into good use the M&E practices in their academic and project career.
While addressing the audience, Coordinator of GMEF, Mrs. Dede Bedu stressed that, to strengthen any project and achieving efficiency in program delivery, it is always necessary to adhere to an efficient and effective use of M&E practices.
This she said has always been their core campaign as they celebrate GMEF`s 10years anniversary of promoting good project practices in Ghana.
—Sultan Nuhu Mohammed