The Governor of the Nile, Hatim Al-Wasila, said that the state government is applying transparency and institutionalism and fighting corruption, which led to the state receiving more than three million dollars. While the Minister of Finance in the state Othman Yacoub, the plan 2018 took into account the basic needs of citizens.
Al-Wasila stressed the commitment of the government to implement the comprehensive quality standards in all fields in order to reach the government of Rashidah, the Minister of Education in Damer, under the slogan “Towards Entrepreneurship and Excellence for Doing Business under the State Reform Program” Quality and excellence.
He said the state government’s approach is transparent, institutional and anti-corruption, which convinced the World Bank to provide more than $ 3 million to the state, which in turn has been able to implement a number of training programs in procurement, contracting and internal auditing, budgeting and financial control, In June.
For his part, Minister of State Finance Othman Yacoub, said that the great historical heritage and diversity of the natural resources of the state and the great human resource, important data make the mandate model to provide quality and excellence and measuring standards of quality.
He added that the state plan for 2018 found the political mobilization, support and support, and took care of the basic needs of citizens, the program of the transition to the state e-government program and “Zero thirst” and the literacy program, in addition to the implementation of training programs and capacity.
Source: Alshrooq Network
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