NPC Resumes Payment of Birth Registration Adhoc Staff
In a collaborative effort between UNICEF, the National Population Commission (NPC), and the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), the payment process for Adhoc Staff involved in the Birth Registration program is successfully ongoing.
This collaborative initiative is focused on registering 12.7 million births in 2023, with Adhoc Staff playing a crucial role in providing birth certificates to children under the age of 5 across Nigeria.
The joint effort spans across 21 states, 456 local government areas, and 4,978 wards, emphasizing the extensive reach and impact of the program.
Adhoc Staff members who actively participated in the birth registration exercise have received their payments. Screenshots of payment alerts shared on social media serve as tangible evidence of the compensation for their dedicated efforts.
Congratulations are in order for those Adhoc Staff who have received their payments. Their commitment and hard work have contributed significantly to the success of this vital initiative.
Importance of Birth Registration:
The birth registration process holds paramount importance as it ensures the official documentation of every child’s name and nationality. This is a significant step in safeguarding their rights and facilitating access to essential services.
Opportunities to Contribute:
For those seeking more information on the recruitment exercise or expressing interest in participating in such impactful initiatives, a link to apply for the NPC Birth Registration Adhoc E-Recruitment is provided here.
This ongoing collaboration between UNICEF, NPC, and NYSC underscores a collective commitment to enhancing vital services and documentation for children in Nigeria. The smooth payment process reflects the efficiency and dedication of the Adhoc Staff involved, reinforcing the positive impact of collaborative efforts in achieving essential societal goals.