Paramount chiefs, tribal heads, civil society groups, councillors, ward committee members and community people last Friday welcomed ENCISS to their Western Area Rural community.
The non-governmental organization was in the community to launch its district office.
Mrs Jeannette Eno, ENCISS’ programme director, told the community that her organization “is supporting equal representative, transparency and accountability” and that they were helping to create a more constructive relationship between state and its citizens, with more understanding of how men and women could take responsibility for achieving development goals.
She said they were happy to establish the Western Area Rural District office at Waterloo because they considered that part strategic and that they would be closer to the people
The ENCISS’ programme director encouraged the community people to feel free and “tell us where we are wrong or give advice as to how ENCISS could meet your needs” She promi