Solomon Islands National Statistics Office (SINSO), Demographic Health Survey team has completed its first series of training on Friday last week.
The first training was conducted to equipped NSO staff and DHS project officer to become trainers for the NSO/DHS field workers.
Speaking during the closing of the training SINSO DHS director Ms Irene Kalauma said, “we had a very intense three week of training where we learn a lot from each other. We are so grateful to have Kaobari Matikarai here to teach us the technical skills and knowledge where we are now equippe.”.
Lead trainer Ms Kaobari Matikarai said, the onus is on the participants now to pass the right message to the field’s workers.
“I congratulate you for the completion of this very important training. I can see your future is bright by assessing your contribution and what you have learned during the last three weeks. I’m so proud of you,” said Ms Kaobari.
This is the first of the three series of training for SINSO staff who are being engaged with the SINSO/DHS project.
The second will be conducted for the sixty of the one hundred twenty field workers as of 9th of February to the first week of March and a pretesting of the questionnaires will be conducted during the training.
The main training for all the SINSO is going to take place in March.
The SINSO thanked DFAT, SPC and SIG for the continuous support rendered to carry important research for the country.
The training of trainers ended with field work around Randi industrial area and Panatina.