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Human Resource Department concludes a comprehensive five-day training on HRM

Mogadishu, Somalia – In a commitment to strengthen the capacities of its Human Resource Department, the Ministry of Planning, Investment, and Economic Development of Somalia has concluded an intensive five-day training program. The initiative was designed to improve the knowledge and skills of the department’s staff in the field of Human Resource Management (HRM).

The comprehensive training, which concluded successfully, marked a significant milestone in the ministry’s ongoing efforts to enhance the expertise of its staff. With a focus on HRM, the program aimed to empower employees to excel in their roles and apply the acquired knowledge effectively in practical situations.

Participants in the training program comprised key personnel from the Human Resource Department, reflecting the commitment of the Ministry of Planning, Investment, and Economic Development to invest in its human capital.

Mr. Adow Mohamed Adan, the Director of Human Resource department, expressed his enthusiasm about the program’s outcomes. He stated, “Our human resources are our most valuable asset. By investing in their growth and development, we are not only improving the performance of our departments but also contributing to the broader development goals of our nation.”

The training covered a range of topics central to HRM, including employee development, performance management, and HR best practices. Participants engaged in interactive sessions, case studies, and practical exercises, all facilitated by seasoned HRM experts.

Hibo Abdiaziz Hassan, one of the training participants, shared her thoughts on the experience: “The training was enlightening and practical. It equipped us with modern HRM strategies and tools that will undoubtedly further our department’s performance and contribute to the success of our ministry’s projects.”

The HRM training program aligns with Somalia’s commitment to capacity-building and its pursuit of economic development. By enhancing the skills and knowledge of its personnel, the Ministry of Planning, Investment, and Economic Development aims to make a substantial contribution to the nation’s progress and stability.

As Somalia continues its journey towards economic growth and development, initiatives like these serve as a testament to the government’s dedication to fostering a skilled and capable workforce.

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