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Support to the Governance Sector Programme in Sierra Leone… EU Ambassador Hands Over Vehicles, Motor Bikes and IT Equipment to HRMO/PSC

European Union Ambassador Manuel Muller has today 25th May, handed over 9 bikes, 7 Toyota 4Runner vehicles, 2 minibuses and IT equipment worth 8 billion Leones to the Human Resource Management Office (HRMO)/Public

Service Commission (PSC) under the Civil Service Reform Component funded under the 11th European Development Fund (EDF)

Commissioning these items in the presence of a cross-section of HRMO, PSC and Civil Service Training College staff, Manuel Muller said today has also reaffirmed European Union support towards the Government of Sierra Leone and its ambitious plans to reform and strengthen its public and civil service.

He added civil service reform is the cornerstone of the New Direction Agenda and National Mid-Term Development Plan which is why performing civil service is key to driving the human capacity development and economic growth ambitioned by Sierra Leone.

Ambassador Muller went further to state that it was because of that ambition by the government of Sierra Leone that the EU agreed to strengthen the capacities of the Public Service Commission, the Human Resource Management Office and the Civil Service Training College. 

He thanked the leadership at HRMO and PSC for the various policy reforms to ensure there is an effective and efficient public service in the country.

Director at the National Authorising Office (NAO), Ambrose James said the office continues to facilitate the development of cooperation between the European Union and the Government of Sierra Leone for the benefit of Sierra Leoneans. Ambrose James further said the commissioning of vehicles, motorbikes, buses and IT equipment further showcases the excellent relationship between the EU and the Government of Sierra Leone. 

Ambrose James reminded HRMO/PSC staff that the items are provided to facilitate delivery of project objectives and to create a good working environment as he said HRMO/PSC play a critical role in the governance system of the country.

Both HRMO Director-General Ansu Tucker and Chairman PSC Kalilu O. Bah thanked the EU for their tremendous support to both the HRMO/PSC and promised to use the donated items for their intended purposes

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