The Anton de Kom University of Suriname’s Public Administration Week came to an end. An administrative structure is required, according to Wanica South-East district commissioner Shafiek Goelaman. Communication is crucial since “people sometimes have very little knowledge of some topics,” according to the DC.
Ine Apapoe, the coordinator of the Public Administration study program’s specialization, claims that a lot of knowledge about local administration has been gleaned from practice. “Students are very much needed in practice. Information is frequently lacking, thus it is helpful when experts in the field or field of practice speak directly about it. According to Apapoe, the students gain a lot from it.
The Public Administration Week will be referenced in assignments. Without the professors and students, we couldn’t have succeeded. There have been businesses that have supported Public Administration Week despite the situation we are in. Not only financially but also with goods. “The pupils that participated in the social project with me also collected food,” explains Apapoe.