By Hauwa Musa
The executive chairman, Adamawa state planning commission, Doctor Mary Paninga has charged citizens to guard and protect projects sited in their areas so as to stand the test of time.
She gave the charge Thursday during a meeting with development partners held at Digital Hall, Shagari, Low-cost Housing Estate Yola.
Doctor Paninga stressed the need for Non-Governmental Organizations NGOs to ensure that their activities touch the lives of people across the twenty-one local Government Areas in Adamawa state.
Represented by the Director Donor Support Coordination in the commission, Mrs Gladys Dzarmah, Doctor Paninga explained that the meeting which is tagged coordinating with the NGOs was to discuss areas requiring intervention.
Some participants, of the meeting who include the program officer, Goggoji Zumunchi Development Initiative Aishatu Birma that of of Touch a Heart Social and Economic Rights Initiative Mr Nor Barnabas expressed delight with the meeting and pledged to use the knowledge acquired for the benefit of humanity.
Highlight of the event, was a presentation and recommendation issues on bordering Education, environment, Health, livelihood, Governance, Conflict, peace and security, as well as child protection and Gender mainstreaming.