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SPC FOR DIGITAL INNOVATIONS

Secretary to the President and Cabinet (SPC)  Colleen Zamba has reiterated the need for the country to embrace digital skills to easily achieve the Malawi 2063.

Zamba was speaking in Lilongwe when she presented certificates to over 110 civil servants who underwent a six-month Digital Skills Training at the Malawi School of Government (MSG) Kanengo Campus.

“When we launched the training, about 180 participants enrolled, but some dropped out along the way and others even dropped out after attending only one session. Allow me to congratulate 112 participants who endured and completed the training. Surely your dedication has paid off. I  believe that you have all found the topics covered in the training useful in your day-to-day work. I believe you can use the collaborative tools learnt like the Kobol Collection Tools and Google Docs among others,” said Zamba.

In her remarks, Acting Executive Director for Malawi School of Government- Kanengo Campus, Dr Jessie Kabwira,  commended the SPC for her effort in making sure that the Civil Service is ticking in all spheres.

Participants to the training pose with SPC

She said the certificates the SPC has presented to government workers will motivate them to work harder.

“Everything you have covered in this training should bear fruit. This country’s digital transformation needs coordinated efforts to achieve the Malawi 2063 Vision.” She added.

In April this year, Zamba launched Digital Skills Training where she emphasised that the digital transformation vision for Malawi can only be achieved if the Civil Service dedicate efforts to make Malawi a great nation.

This six-month Digital Skills Training was organised by the Malawi Government and other partners like the Tony Blair Institute (TBI).

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