Two Hundred Facilitators Train On Data Capture Device In Adamawa
By Kissinger Bukar
Two hundred facilitators across the twenty-one local government area have been trained on the usage of device to capture beneficiaries of Federal Government Conditional Cash Transfer program.
Speaking at the training session, held at ADSUBEB Conference Hall in Jimeta, Unit Head of Conditional Cash Transfer, Mrs Mary Yawadi, from the Federal ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation, said the facilitators are expected to enrolled more than one hundred thousand beneficiaries in Adamawa.
She said three months arrears of thirty-five thousand would be paid to poor and vulnerable households after they have been captured.
Mrs. Yawadi, explained that Poverty Alleviation and Wealth Creation Agency, PAWECA will collate data was collated for the state government and forwarded to Abuja, for verification for subsequent payment which will commence from January next year.
A facilitator, Patience John, who is also the Training and Communication Officer of the program, said the training was to provide facilitators with adequate knowledge to assist them to captured the targeted beneficiaries.
She said fifteen million households nationwide will be captured in the second phase of the programmes to cushion effects of subsidy removal and COVID nineteen pandemic.
Facilitators, Aishatu Bamanga from Song and Donald Stephen from Girei pledged to step down the training and embark on sensitisation in the benefitting communities.