The Deputy Minister has urged Educators to work harder in insuring that the results reflect the Ministry’s budget allocation of the National Budget.
While commending government for its continued commitment in Education the Deputy Minister said the Ministry does not only receive the biggest chunk but also the biggest number of staff.
The Deputy Minister said that the continuous increase in the budget allocation is an indicator that there are concerns about the state of education in the country.
He also stated that many people are questioning the outputs of the education system given the large amount of money allocated to this quest.
Dr Namwandi said the recently concluded Public Expenditure Review (PER) revealed a disturbing mismatch between the funds allocated to us and the results we yield.
The deputy minister also raised concern on the delay of expenditures on approved funds of the Ministry stressing that this creates difficulty in justifying future claims for more funding.
The Deputy Minister was making these remarks during his keynote address at the Omusati Education Conference on the 4th of April 2012.
Addressing the conference the deputy minister was confident thatfactors delaying expenditure against the approved budget will be exposed at such platforms.
The deputy minister also commended the Omusati Regional Council for being the first regionto develop and implement a Regional Performance Improvement Strategy (RPIS)
The Omusati Region Council launched its second Regional Performance Improvement Strategy at the conference and the Deputy Minister was hopeful that the strategy will take the Omusati Region to the highest echelons of performance at all levels, particularly in Senior Secondary examinations.Other News Articles