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Training programme organised for civil servants from Gambia

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A special training programme for senior civil servants from was organised on Monday at the (NCGG) in

Around 25 senior civil servants including the Solicitor General and Legal Secretary, and Deputy from key governmental ministries of are attending the programme, which will go on till June 21, according to a press statement by the (MEA).

The programme will focus on enabling the participants to gain requisite knowledge and skills in the area of field administration. It integrates cross-country experiences and best practices in field administration and good governance.

This is the first ever such programme organised for senior civil servants from any country in West Africa, the statement said.

"This programme is part of the Government of India's assistance to meet the capacity building needs of The training is fully funded under the Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) Programme," it said.

NCGG is an autonomous institute under the

Bilateral relations between and Gambia have always remained good with cooperation in Non-Aligned Movement, and the Commonwealth.

has extended two concessionary lines of credit of around US$ 6.7 million for a tractor assembly plant project and US$ 10 million for the construction of in Gambia, respectively.

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First Published: Tue, June 11 2019. 02:06 IST