The World Bank has agreed to provide a module for involving citizens, particularly youth, in active participation for popularising Sakala derived from their experience in other countries. The representatives of World Bank Ronald Lomme, Governance Adviser and Deepak T. Bhatia, Sectoral and e-governance Applications Practice Lead, Global ICT Department on Friday met Shalini Rajneesh, Principal Secretary, Department of Public Administrative Reforms, and Mission Director of Sakala, and discussed the modalities of this collaboration, said a release from the Department of Public Administration. The experience of World Bank in this area will be shared and master trainers will be exposed to learning from the globe. — Staff Reporter

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