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SOCO: Bawku West DCE hands over sites for construction of 13 projects for 11 deprived communities

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The District Chief Executive (DCE) for Bawku West District, Tahiru Ahmed, has officially handed over sites earmarked for the construction of crucial infrastructure.

The initiative, comprising school blocks, boreholes, and community health facilities, is set to benefit 11 communities as part of a broader development effort under the Gulf of Guinea Social Cohesion Project (SOCO).

Tahiru Ahmed expressed his commitment to improving the living conditions of vulnerable populations in the area through sustainable projects.

The 13 projects, spanning education, water provision, and healthcare, are strategically designed to uplift communities facing socio-economic challenges.

According to the DCE, the allocation of resources for these projects is a testament to the government’s dedication to fostering social cohesion and reducing inequalities.

The initiative, he added, aims to bridge the development gap between urban and rural areas, ensuring that basic amenities and infrastructure reach even the most remote corners of the district.

“The development projects we are embarking on are not just about infrastructure; they are about transforming lives and creating opportunities for the residents of these communities.”

The Gulf of Guinea Social Cohesion Project (SOCO) serves as the overarching framework for this comprehensive development initiative. SOCO focuses on improving the livelihoods of the vulnerable poor, and the projects in Bawku West District align seamlessly with its objectives.

The DCE highlighted the importance of leveraging such regional projects to create a positive impact on grassroots levels, fostering social unity and shared prosperity.

He explained further that the 11 beneficiary communities can look forward to enhanced educational facilities, increased access to clean water through boreholes, and improved healthcare services with the construction of community health facilities.

He, therefore, encouraged active community involvement throughout the project’s implementation, ensuring that local perspectives and needs are duly considered.

Source: A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHZ|Moses Apiah|Bolgatanga

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