Office of the Head of the Civil Service

Head of Civil Service Signs Agreement to Enhance Capacity Building for Civil Servants

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In a strategic move aimed at fostering professional development and excellence within Ghana’s civil service, the Office of the Head of the Civil Service (OHCS) has inked a significant Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Consultancy Do Well Do Good. The agreement was formalized on Monday, March 4, 2024, at the OHCS headquarters in Ministries, Accra.

The primary objective of the MoU is to establish a comprehensive program focused on enhancing the capacity of young and talented civil service staff. By partnering with Do Well Do Good, an esteemed international consultancy firm renowned for its expertise in balancing performance and socio-environmental impact, the OHCS aims to equip its workforce with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in their respective roles.

Dr. Evans Aggrey-Darkoh, the Head of Civil Service, represented OHCS during the signing ceremony, underscoring the organization’s commitment to investing in the professional growth and development of its personnel. On behalf of Consultancy Do Well Do Good, Mr. Sébastien Frendo, the CEO, affixed his signature to the agreement, expressing enthusiasm for the collaborative endeavor.

The strategic collaboration between OHCS and Do Well Do Good reflects a proactive approach to addressing the evolving challenges and demands facing Ghana’s civil service. By harnessing the expertise and resources of an internationally acclaimed consultancy firm, OHCS aims to implement innovative strategies and best practices to optimize performance and drive positive socio-environmental impact.

Under the terms of the agreement, the program will encompass a range of initiatives tailored to meet the specific needs and aspirations of civil service staff. From targeted training workshops and capacity-building seminars to mentorship programs and knowledge-sharing forums, the partnership seeks to cultivate a culture of continuous learning and professional growth within the civil service.

The signing of the MoU heralds a new chapter in the quest for excellence within Ghana’s civil service, positioning it as a beacon of innovation and effectiveness in public administration. As the program unfolds, it is expected to yield tangible benefits not only for individual civil servants but also for the broader community, contributing to enhanced service delivery and sustainable development across the nation.

With the collective commitment of OHCS and Consultancy Do Well Do Good, Ghana’s civil service is poised to embark on a transformative journey towards greater efficiency, accountability, and impact, ultimately advancing the nation’s socio-economic objectives.

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