Ministry of Environment and Climate Change of Somalia Concludes Two-Day Training for Staff
Mogadishu, Somalia – May 17, 2023 – The Ministry of Environment and Climate Change of Somalia successfully concluded a comprehensive two-day training program aimed at enhancing the skills and knowledge of its staff across various departments. The training, which concluded today, was organized to strengthen the employees’ understanding of their responsibilities, work ethics, interdepartmental cooperation, and adherence to the government’s code of conduct.
Under the auspices of Minister Khadija Mohamed Makhzoumi, the training provided valuable insights into the roles and duties of the Ministry’s workforce. Deputy Minister Dr. Said Mohamed Ali, who actively participated in the training sessions, emphasized the importance of dedicated service and collaborative efforts among the ministry’s employees.
During the training, Mr. Ahmed Yusuf Ahmed, the Director General of the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change, and Dr. Abdullahi Khalif played crucial roles in ensuring the smooth execution of the program.
The training encompassed all levels of the Ministry’s staff, including directors, department heads, and other officials. It aimed to foster a culture of cooperation and responsibility among the employees, enabling them to effectively fulfill their national duties.
The closing of the training program featured an inspiring speech by Minister Khadija Mohamed Makhzoumi, addressing various aspects pertinent to the ministry’s mission. Her directives and guidance will undoubtedly empower the employees to excel in their roles and contribute significantly to the ministry’s objectives.
The Ministry of Environment and Climate Change is committed to continuous capacity building and professional development of its staff. By equipping its employees with the necessary skills and knowledge, the ministry strives to enhance environmental conservation and mitigate the challenges posed by climate change.