Wednesday, October 23, 2019
Environment and Forestry CS Keriako Tobiko has called on heads of agencies under his ministry to evaluate their performance contracts to ascertain if they have met their set targets.
The CS has said that signing of performance contracts  will enhance productivity of workers and make them more accountable in resource utilization.
 The CS was speaking today when he was overseeing the signing of performance contracts for Kenya Forest Service (KFS )and National Environmental Trust Fund (NETFUND), at the ministry headquarters .
CS Tobiko said that next week the ministry  will undertake evaluation to ascertain if the ministry has achieved its set targets.
The organizations were represented by  KFS Chairman Peter Kinyua , KFS Vice Chairperson Peter Wandera, Ag Chief Conservator Monica Kalenda, NETFUND acting CEO Samson Toniok and NETFUND Chairman Moses Akaranga.
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