The Ghana Statistical Service has climaxed its training programme on the Ghana Living Standards Survey (GLSS 8) in the Central Region with a workshop to equip participants with knowledge on data gathering.
The six-day programme which commenced on 31st May 2023 with 220 participants in Winneba saw 180 persons sailing through to be recruited for the Ghana Living Standards Survey.
Addressing the recruits at the closing ceremony on Monday, the National Coordinator for the (GLSS 8), Madam Abena Asamoabea Osei-Akoto, urged the recruits to work with diligence to ensure efficiency and effectiveness in their various areas of postings in a quest to realize the objectives of the programme.
“Ensure assiduousness in all your dealings by paying attention to details to obtain accurate data needed for the exercise,” she added.
An Assistant Chief Statistician and Acting Director for Communication and Dissemination Directorate, Mr Johnson Owusu Kagya, whiles congratulating the recruits noted that the training was to engage the best personnel among the participants to execute the GLSS work for adequate and accurate data for national development.
He urged the recruits to work with passion and assist Ghana Statistical Service to monitor a number of level indicators.
Mr Kagya advised the recruits to use the knowledge acquired during the training to obtain the necessary data needed for national development.
Charles Baah Aboagye, ISD