The Rule of law and Anti-Corruption, ROLAC, has called for a collective action to sustain programmes in Justice Sector Reform.
Speaking during a step down training workshop on fund raising, after the exit of ROLAC, by Anambra state Justice Sector Reform team in Awka, the ROLAC monitor person, Mrs Josephine Ani stressed the need to source for sponsors that would ensure continuity in the justice reform recorded so far in the state.
She called on the team to complete all ongoing projects and present them to the State government to see and access achievements of the organisations.
In his remark, the Chairman of the Justice Sector Reform, Justice Peter Obiora, thanked the trainers for stepping down the knowledge they acquired from a workshop they attended recently.
Earlier in a paper presentation, a resource person, Dr Mike Anyadiegwu, advocates multi-reform initiatives after the exit of ROLAC and identified lack of adequate funding, as part of key challenges facing the justice reform programme, adding that it is critical to engage in fund raising to sustain and strengthen the programme.