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LESOTHO LOOKS TO DIGITISING SERVICES

Maseru,April 19 — Despite the recent reforms, public institutions remain plagued by weak civil service, poor accountability and inefficient financial management systems and central control persists over subnational governance units which have limited capacity to tailor services to meet local expectations.

This emerged at the Local Project Appraisal Committee (LPAC) meeting which looks at inclusive digitalisation for Lesotho’s service delivery transformation project which was held in Maseru on Friday.

In his remarks the  Principal Secretary of the Ministry of Information, Communication, Science, Technology and Innovation, Mr. Kanono Ramashamole said that the purpose of the meeting is to review the project design in detail and resolve any outstanding matters.

He said the meeting will also look into reviewing the work done during the identification and preparation phases and confirm the expected project outputs, intended beneficiaries and evaluation tools for monitoring progress.

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