Ministry Retreat discusses achievements, challenges and Plan for 2022

MOCC 2021 Retreat group photo

The Ministry of Climate Change Adaptation (MoCCA) started its Retreat on Tuesday this week at the Port Vila Golf Club near Mele Village.

This retreat brought together directors of departments within the Ministry and managers as well as other senior officials not only from MoCCA but also participation of offices under Public Service Commission, Department of Strategic Policy Planning and Aid Coordination (DSPPAC), Ministry of Finance and Economic Management, Vanuatu Institute of Public Administration and Management (VIPAM) and stakeholders such as Pacific Advisory.

This was an opportunity for departments under the ministry to discuss and present the 2021 achievements, challenges and present their 2022 business plan priorities.

The departments under the Ministry include Department of Climate Change, Department of Meteorology & Geo-Hazards, Department of Energy, Department of Environment Protection and Conservation and Department of Disaster Management.

The four-day Retreat was officially launched by the Director General (DG), Esline Garaebiti Bule.

DG Bule commended all departments for working together with other government departments and stakeholders as well as communities around Vanuatu to ensure activities are carried out this year to meet set targets.

“This Retreat will be very useful to everyone.

“Departments will discuss achievements, challenges and lessons learnt on the implementation of plans for department in 2021, report on the 2021 expenditure and 2022 budget of the Ministry, discover the inception report of the Corporate Plant of MoCCA and highlight priorities of all sectors of MoCCA to be included in the 2022 planning,” the DG said in her opening remarks.

The Retreat saw presentations made by DSPPAC, Performance Improvement Unit under the PSC, VIPAM, Ministry of Finance and Pacific Advisory. There were also presentations made by the Corporate Services Unit of the Ministry of Climate Change, as well as different projects operated under the MoCCA.


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