NCD holds meeting with members of Staff at Resource Center
The Chairman, Executive Secretary Abu B.S Yilla and Commissioner De'Marke
Commissioner Northern Region Bai John Conteh
Rev Gibrilla Kargbo and Programs Manager NCD
Kallie Sillah Special Assistant to the Chairman NCD
Commissioner Bai John Conteh, The ERSG and The Chairman
The ERSG and NCD Chairman
Commissioner L O De Marke and Communication & PR Manager Rev Gibrilla Kargbo
ERSG and NCD Staff
Workshop for Ward Committe Members
Workshop for the Development of the Ward Committe in the four regions
In a bid to support the Sierra Leone Police (SLP) in maintaining peace and stability in the country, the National Commission for Democracy (NCD) has presented a Concept Note that will promote Civic Conscious Policing to the Executive Management Board (EMB) of the Sierra Leone Police on Thursday, 9th September, 2016, at the Conference room of the Sierra Leone Police Headquarters at George Street in Freetown.
In his statement to the Executive Management Board of the Sierra Leone Police, the Chairman of NCD, Dr. Abubakar H. Kargbo, revealed that his Commission is responsible to create an enlightened, peaceful, democratic and just society in which citizens are empowered to enjoy their rights as citizens and discharge their responsibilities with the attitude desirable for national unity and development. Dr. Kargbo revealed that the content of the Concept Note his Commission presented to the Inspector General of the Sierra Leone Police is in line with the aim of the SLP that is geared towards raising standards noting that the concept note which will be translated into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) will create partnership with the SLP that is aimed at providing civic education training to trainees at the Police Academy and other officers as may be deemed necessary. He stressed that the quest for the partnership is based on his Commission’s flagship program that is aimed at bringing Civic Education into the curriculum of schools and colleges where youths will be taught their civic responsibilities to the State.
The National Commission for Democracy (NCD) has received a positive rating for its2015 performance from the Performance Management and Service Delivery (PMSD) Directorate in the Office of the Chief of Staff at State House. This rating was officially announced during the Performance Contract signing ceremony organized by the PMSD Directorate at the Sierra Leone Bank Complex on Thursday, August 4, 2016 in the presence of His Excellency the President, Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma, and other senior government functionaries.
Announcing the result for 2015 in preparation for the 2016 signing was the Director of the PMSD Directorate, Abdulrahman Sowa, who among other things noted that on the scale of very good, good, fair and poor, NCD was rated as good under the category of Commissions and Agencies with consideration given to the Performance Tracking Table, Managerial Indicator Matrix, Project Tracker, Analysis of Reports and Peer Review as factors responsible for the decision.