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HARARE-- President Emmerson Mnangagwa has given each member of his new Cabinet the task of coming up with at least five quick-win and high impact projects to be implemented in the first 100 days of the government's Rapid Results Approach.

The 100-day Rapid Results Approach was introduced in December last year in line with President Mnangagwa's drive to transform the country's economy. The President had then tasked each Minister to come up with at least three target-driven projects to be achieved within the 100-day turnaround period.

The initiative has yielded projects such as the Women's Bank and Empower Bank which provide loans for women and youth empowerment projects respectively.

Addressing the first meeting of the Cabinet which he formed in August after the July 30 general election,

President Mnangagwa said the 100-day cycle would continue as the norm of doing business in Cabinet.

The 100-day programme cycle helped us to accentuate the rapid and efficient implementation of priority projects with an immediate impact on the livelihoods of our people, he said.

Going forward, we should continue to apply the 100 day cycles as a way of doing business in government, supported by the monitoring of performance outcomes using the Executive Electronic Dashboard, this

means that at the click of a button, projects performance tracking has been made easy across Cabinet Ministries and Parastatals.

President Mnangagwa said workshops would be organized to enable all Ministers, permanent secretaries of ministries and senior government officials to acquaint themselves with the essential components of the 100 day cycle, Integrated Results-Based Management System, the Rapid Results Approach and the Executive Dashboard.

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK

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