St Kitts/Nevis gets Results-based Management sensitization

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St. Kitts and Nevis is benefiting from sensitization seminars on the CARICOM Results-Based Management (RBM) system.

A CARICOM Secretariat team, led by Deputy Secretary-General Ambassador Manorma Soeknandan, is in Basseterre to conduct the seminars which are targeting a wide cross section of stakeholders including Parliamentarians, Permanent Secretaries, International Development Partners, representatives of Regional Institutions, Corporate Planners, the Private Sector, Non-Governmental Organisations and the Media.

The team met on Tuesday with St. Kitts Nevis Prime Minister Dr. Timothy Harris.

The RBM System, developed by the Secretariat, with funding from the CDB,   is expected to serve as a mechanism to engender a more results oriented culture in Member States, Regional Institutions and the Secretariat.

The RBM sensitization seminars are being taken to all Member States.

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