Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA)’s National Emergency Operation Centre (NEOC) with the technical support from Youth Innovation Lab (YI-Lab) under Department for International Development (DFID) and logistical support by the United Nations Development Fund (UNDP) conducted BIPAD localization training at Karnali province, Surkhet on 25 and 26 November, 2019. The training was attended by officials from the Ministry of Internal Affairs and law (MoIAL), 9 districts, and 16 municipalities.
The two day training consisted of formal and technical sessions. The formal session introduced and sensitized the officials about BIPAD, its importance and mandates to operationalize the system. The formal session was attended by mayors, deputy mayors, ward chairpersons, chief district officers, administrative officers, IT officers and computer operators.. The technical session was conducted by YI-Lab team along with NEOC’s computer engineer where the IT officers and computer engineers were introduced and given hands on training to contribute in the system. All the technical session participants were thoroughly monitored and feedback was collected during the session regarding the usability of the system as well as on the effectiveness of the training.
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