A Two-Day Training Workshop was held on Administrative Data Compilation. It was organized by the Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) and its development partners. 

The aim of the workshop was to provide statistical capacity to officers who attended the workshop to enable them collate relevant Municipal or District level annual administrative data to aid their Municipal annual work programme/plans, and annual progress reports and assist them in decision-making which will meet the needs and aspirations of the communities within the Municipality at all levels.

Participating officers were the following: the Municipal Coordinating Director, Mr. Gilbert K. Akaba; the Development Planning Officer, Mr. Alexander Affrim; the Budget Analyst, Mr. William Agbozo; Ghana Health Service, Madam Bridget Agbozo; Ghana Education Service (MIS Officer), Mr. Samuel K. T. Vemegah and Mr. Moses Glover; Department of Agriculture(MIS Officer), Mr. Michael Abanga; the Municipal Environmental Health Analyst (MEHA), Mr. Divine Abotsi; the Social Welfare Officer, Mr. Divine Gati; the Manager, Ghana Enterprise Agency (formally the Business Advisory Centre), Madam Selasi Innocentia Tindy; Ghana Water Company, Mr. Alex Klu; Electricity Company of Ghana, Mrs. Joyce Adorbor; Ghana Police Service, PW/Const. Addobea A. Afari; 2 Officers from the Statistics Department, Miss Emmanuella Bening, and John Paul Ahorlu.  In all 15 participants attended the workshop for the 2 days.

The three (3) facilitators that took participants through the training were the Regional Statistician Oti Region, Mr. Henry Logulo, the Regional Statistics Officer Ghana Education Service, Oti Region, Mr. Prince Kafui Wedzagbagba and Mr. Samuel Adonu Kploanyi, Regional Biostatistician-Oti Region, Ghana Health Service.

Participants were taken through a number of presentations including the template to be populated with the information required. The Statistics Department at the Municipal Assembly would lead the data collation process by gathering information from the various agencies concerned.

At the end of the training, the Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) gave a laptop to the Statistics Department of the Kpando Municipal Assembly to aid the data collection exercise.

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