The Central Regional Coordinating Council (CRCC) has met with the Joint Monitory Exercise Team of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in Cape Coast to streamline some assessments on progress made in the region and allure measures in bringing sanity to the development of the region at large.

Welcoming the five member joint monitoring team, the Chief Director for the Council, Mr. Michael Owusu Amoako noted and appreciated the efforts made in the teams two-day work in the regional capital.

He also noted that it was necessary for records keeping to be taken seriously in order to maintain a good management filing.

Mr. Owusu Amoako indicated that without records to be kept for posterity, assessment for the future becomes extremely affected.

From the two-day findings of the UNFPA on lack of cohesion in terms of work delivery, the Chief Director stressed that team work became Paramount for a successful Job delivery for development.

He added that in the report, spelling out the cause of harm by the tricycle “Pajia riders” in the community per a programme held for them by the National Youth Authority (NYA) some months ago, the Council will look into measures to be taken and quick response to that will be attended to.

The Leader for the five member joint monitoring team, Mr. Eric Okrah indicated that activities of the tricycle ” Pajia riders” have become very worrying within the research finding.

He added that the monitoring exercise was carried to source for the progress of the region and that cohesion of work relation was one core finding of the team in a working environment.

Mr. Okrah urged the Council to consider setbacks that would retard the progress of activities in the region.