The private sector and non-governmental organizations operating in Katete district have been challenged to work together with government in the execution of their projects and programs.
During a DDCC, District Development Coordinating Committee meeting held in Katete, it was discovered that some organizations and the private sector are working in isolation without involving government departments.
This was viewed as one of the reasons why some projects fail to continue after donor funded activities phase out.
But during the DDCC meeting, stakeholders agreed that such projects need to take a multi-sectoral approach in future to maintain continuity.
And giving a brief on the outcomes of the DDCC meeting, Katete district commissioner, Joseph Makukula, said he supports the call, because it would help impact knowledge on government departments from experts that come to run projects under NGOs.