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Wa: CIKOD to build 332k ghc livestock market

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The Centre for Indigenous Knowledge and Organisational Development (CIKOD) has broken ground for the construction of a livestock market to begin in Wa, the regional capital of the Upper West Region.
The project, expected to cost more than 332 thousand ghc will be built along with other ancillary facilities. The market, when completed, is expected to provide a more hygienic and safer accommodation for traders and animals.
The Deputy Executive Director of CIKOD Daniel Banuoku, in a Facebook post, explained that the facility is expected to be completed in 3 months.
“CIKOD, an NGO in the Upper West Region, has entered into agreements with Al-zon Enterprise Limited and PumpTech Limited for the Construction of the Wa Livestock Market with ancillary facilities as well as the provision of water facilities respectively.
The projects, valued at GHC 332.211.40 and GHC 81.393.72, are expected to be completed in three months.
This is part of efforts under the #PAMOBARMA project funded by the European Commission and AFD – Agence Française de Développement, to improve the mobility of #Transhumance for better access to resources and markets in the West African Sub-Region.
CIKOD is jointly implementing this project with Acting for Life,” he wrote.
A1radioonline.com|101.1 MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana
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