Anambra State Govt Assures Of Improved Partnership With Development Partners…

Written by on April 27, 2023

Anambra state government has reassured of an improved partnership with all the Development Partners working in the state for enhanced socioeconomic development of the state.

The Anambra state Commissioner for Health, Dr Afam Obidike made this known when the United Nations Children’s Fund Emergency Manager Country Representative, Christiana Valderrama and her team visited Comprehensive Primary Healthcare Centre, Umueze Anam, Anambra West Local Government Area.

Valderrama and her team, as well as other partners visited the Primary Healthcare Centre which they supported the State government to rehabilitate after the 2022 flood menace that ravaged some local government areas in Anambra, including Anambra West to see for themselves what has been done in the facility.

Speaking during the visit, Dr. Obidike who thanked UNICEF and other Development Partners in the state for their support to Governor Chukwuma Soludo administration, said that the state government has a lot of goodwill and mutual relationship with all the Development Partners.

The Health Commissioner maintained that the Development Partners like Due Process and that the state government is running a transparent administration, hence their continued support and promised that they will continue to work with them.

The UNICEF Emergency Country Manager Valderrama, who expressed satisfaction with what she met on ground at the facility made it clear that they will continue to partner with Anambra state government, even as he urged the people of Anambra West to always make inputs that will help UNICEF to serve them better.

For the Transition Committee Chairman of Anambra West Local Government Area, Mr. Felix Ikechi, they are happy with the development, and maintained that the gesture is one of the administration’s model of Governor Soludo’s Private Public Community Partnership, and commended the Anambra state government for providing an enabling environment that brought in the partners.

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