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In today’s Latest NPC News On Census Adhoc staff Training for June 2023, we will be updating you on what the Director Public Affairs Department Dr Isiaka Yahaya state regarding NPC Census Adhoc staff Training in his speech press briefing on the N200 Billion Naira Expenditure on preparatory activities for the 2023 Population and housing Census.
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In his speech , he clear the air on the needless controversies being generated around the expenditure on the preparatory activities for the 2023 Census. Below is what he said about NPC Census Adhoc staff Training:
Training constitutes an important element of the census project with direct implication for the quality of data collected. This informed the elaborate nature of the census training which takes a minimum of two weeks of intensive classroom teaching, practical and simulations.
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The Commission had trained about 62,000 facilitators across the country who will in turn train about 850,000 Supervisors and Enumerators for the Census exercise.
The cost element in the census trainings include payment of training allowances of not less than N12,000 per day to each facilitator for two weeks, transport allowance, hiring of venues, refreshment, procurement of materials and logistics for field operations.
In readiness for the training of the supervisors and enumerators, the Commission had printed over one million copies training manuals for various categories of field staff with paginations ranging from 150 to 300.
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In addition, all the materials required for the fieldwork for the 2023 Census such as reflective jackets, raincoats, rain-boots, biros, chalks, indelible inks, first aid boxes, memo pads, call back cards and pelican boxes have been procured in millions and delivered to all the state and LGA offices of the Commission across the country.
Dr Isiaka Yahaya also express his profound appreciation of the Commission to the Nigerian media for the robust and professional manner they have consistently disseminated data and educated the general public on the next census. The positive and incisive reporting of the census preparatory activities so far has placed the 2023 Census at the centre of national discourse thereby mobilizing Nigerians for its successful conduct, he said.
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