4. Participation analysis

Release date 06/21/2006
Contributor Bob Konzi Sarambo

 

The workshop had average participation and attendance, due to work schedules disrupted by the absence of means of transport for most participants. It should also be pointed out that the rigid conditions of access to work premises, the problem of the national timetable mentioned above and the ''low motivation'' of the participants who declared that they had little reason to mobilize their own resources to participate in a seminar during a weekend were also the problems encountered during this seminar. The starting workforce (22 people) was gradually reduced to stabilize at twelve (12) people, ie an average participation rate of 54.55%.

The very small number of certain committees affected the pace of work to a certain extent. However, the merit of the core team made up of twelve (12) people, whose commitment and participation made it possible to achieve the objective of the workshop must be commended and recognized at its fair value.

Despite these vagaries, participated in the workshop:

  • members of the project steering committee;
  • the planning team;
  • executives from the Ministries and other projects involved;
  • Non-Governmental Organizations
  • UNDP and,
  • of the Project Management Team.

A team of two facilitators, including Messrs. Polycarpe NGALEU and Gustave DOUNGOUBE, managed the work of the said workshop. The list of participants is attached.