GYSAPE Partners Federal Medical Centre For Transparency, Inclusiveness

November 22 19:14 2020

The Global youth skill acquisition and poverty eradication (GYSAPE) has partnered with the Federal Medical Centre Abuja Staff Multi-purpose Cooperative Society (FESHA) in Abuja to promote transparency and inclusiveness.

The executive secretary, GSAPE, Emmanuel Owah, while speaking during the ceremony to officially flag off the website in Abuja during the weekend, he said the partnership will create a global system, give a digital look to the cooperative society so that they can even access loan from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

Owah decried that an initiative that does not allow for inclusive decision-making is bound to suffer from an increase in uncertainty, inhibit the building of trust, and may decrease the possibility of working optimally.

According to him, “The programme ushered in opportunities for the cooperative through its digitalisation of her operations by building a website for activities and having to assist the cooperative in securing loan from CBN approved scheme in consideration our established working relationship and long-lasting impact.

“Our organisation has been partnering with different organisation. Also, we believe that more opportunities abound with excellent results through the partnership.”

He added that the organisation is poised to assisting similar associations with the same objectives across the country through its well thought out plans and deliberate intentional to lifting people out of poverty.

Also speaking the president of FESHA, Ani Benedict, noted that the website will rebrand the image of the cooperative society.

The president said external transparency might be lost at the expense of internal transparency because partnering requires often delicate negotiation practices that are not always served by immediate transparency.

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