The Germany Technical Cooperation, GTZ, has reaffirmed its commitment to building capacity among councils with a view to enhancing their service delivery to the community.
GTZ Local government expert under the Support to Decentralization Implementation programme, Elester Hazinji, said in Choma today that councils will be assisted with logistics such as fuel, stationery and Information technology (IT) equipment to enhance their service delivery to the communities.
Ms Hazinji said this when she closed a five day training programme for councils from eight districts in Southern province held at Choma’s Kozo lodge.
She said GTZ is ready to work with local authorities in the province in providing quality services to the people.
The GTZ local government expert urged council managements to implement the ideas learnt in the training workshop in order to bring about efficiency and instill confidence in the community.
Speaking at the same function, Kalomo council secretary Alfred Mungalu commended GTZ for imparting new skills in senior council management officers.