Al-Hamli and Haider review the course of the training process about the Service Development Guide
The Secretary General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Ibrahim Al-Hamli, and the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Civil Service for the Monitoring Sector, Abdullah Haidar, were briefed on the course of training the participants in the fourth and fifth sessions on the guideline for developing services and simplifying procedures.
The two courses, within the training program organized by the Ministry of Civil Service at the National Institute of Administrative Sciences, target 72 trainees representing 11 public service units.
Al-Hamli pointed out the importance of developing services and simplifying procedures to break the administrative routine, overcome the difficulties facing citizens and facilitate the services provided to them.
He appreciated the efforts of the Ministry of Service and the National Institute in preparing the guide.
He pointed out that the training process for the development teams will contribute to making a shift in the level of performance of the public service units, stressing that SCMCHA will provide the available capabilities to support the work of the development team to reach the desired objectives.
For his part, the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Civil Service for the Control Sector reviewed the stages that were accomplished during the training process and the content of the training program, which is supervised by qualified national cadres.
He stressed that the guide represents one of the strategic projects for a comprehensive administrative renaissance, as it comes in accordance with the contents and objectives of the code of professional conduct and the national vision.
While the Dean of the Institute, Dr. Muhammad Al-Qatbari, and the Deputy Director of the Yemeni Standards and Metrology Organization, Dr. Kamal Marghem, stressed the importance of assuming responsibility by everyone at various job levels.
He appreciated the efforts of the Ministry of Civil Service in implementing many projects, including the guide for developing services and simplifying procedures, which serve institutional building.