Newly appointed Resident Representative of UNDP Maldives visits Civil Service Commission

July 23, 2019

Ms. Akiko Fujii, the new Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Maldives met with the commission members of Civil Service Commission during a brief ceremony held today at Civil Service Commission.
Dr. Aly Shameem, President of Civil Service Commission welcomed Ms. Fujii to the Maldives and expressed his gratitude to UNDP for having worked closely with the Government of Maldives, civil society and other key stakeholders to achieve progress in all areas of human development from democratic governance to poverty eradication, to climate and disaster risk resilience. The members of the commission also highlighted the need for development of a technologically advanced recruitment method and also discussed on addressing the loopholes within the current policies to promote transparency and corruption.

In 2008, UNDP collaborated with the government of Maldives including CSC, on the Project called ‘Building an Efficient, Service-oriented, Transparent Administration’ (BEST). This project focused on establishing the civil service and promote transparent administration. In 2015, UNDP funded the project to develop the Strategic Plan 2016-2020 of civil service.

Both officials agreed to continue cooperation on relevant issues, assured continued support, and discussed the way ahead in joint efforts in the future. And Ms. Akiko Fujii thanked Civil Service Commission for the warm welcome and gave her assurance that UNDP Maldives would continue to work closely with CSC and the Maldivian government.
Today’s ceremony was joined by the 5-members of the commission, Secretary General of Civil Service Commission, Dr. Ibrahim Zuhuree, Director of CSTI, Ms. Fathimath Habeeba, Senior Administrative Executive, Ms. Aishath Hameeda and Senior Human Capital Management Executive, Ms. Nafha Hussain.

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