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Archivists urged to improve institutional management

By Ijoo Bosco


Archivists in Eastern Equatoria are being urged to enhance institutional management.

Assistant Director for Record and Archive Management, Tako Peter Angelo, urged state record managers to improve their knowledge of archiving and record keeping for institutional development.

Mr. Tako appreciated the state record managers’ active participation in the three-day capacity training.

“We really need to appreciate you the record managers for your active participation and people who are quick learners, you truly ease of work in these three days, am hopeful you will be exemplary to the rest of your colleagues who did not get this chance,” said Tako.

Wani Kute Joseph, Director General of the Ministry of Culture Youth and Sports, commended all state government ministries and the Independence Commission for sending record managers for the three-day induction training.

Kute urged record managers to immediately implement the knowledge gained during their three-day training.

Speaking on behalf of the line Ministries, Tabitha Iwee Marko praised the facilitators for providing the latest skills and knowledge.

She noted that the training has widened their knowledge and understanding of managing institutional records and achieve that they plan to commence the exercises immediately in their areas of deployment.

The Ministry of Culture Museum and National Heritage in collaboration with the state Ministry of Culture Museum, youth, and Sports trained over 35 Record managers in record and archive skills through funding from Rift Valley Institute.

The three-day training concluded on Friday in Eastern Equatoria state capital Torit.

The national facilitators explain that the capacity building training workshop aims at teaching government senior record managers amongst other things like record keeping and human resource management.

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