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Resource Link Foundation Inspects Projects (BA/R)

The Wenchi Municipal and Banda District Assemblies in the Brong Ahafo Region have expressed appreciation to Resource Link Foundation Netherlands and Ghana, for contributing to the development of the water and sanitation sectors in schools in various communities.

 

 

These commendations came on the heels of an inspection tour of some completed projects executed by the organization in the Wenchi Municipality and the Banda District.

 

The District Chief Executive for Banda, Mr Jacob Boateng was full of praise for the organization for contributing to the development of the District especially in the areas of water and sanitation as well as education and urged the District Director of Education to ensure that the facilities are well maintained.

 

The inspection tour took officials of the organization to the Banda District where Sanwa/Makala L/A Primary School benefited from a mechanized borehole and a six seater toilet facility, with Banda Ahenkro Presby getting a borehole, hand washing materials and Teaching and Learning Materials, and African Faith Primary Schools and Dompofie also benefitting from Teaching and Learning Materials.

 

Banda Ahenkro Methodist and Dorbor L/A Primary Schools were promised to be provided with boreholes and Teaching and Learning materials from the organizations in future interventions.

 

In the Wenchi Municipality, Subinso M/A primary School benefited from classroom furniture, teaching and learning materials as well as rain water harvesting facilities while Branam Primary School benefited from a six seater toilet facility as well as teaching and learning materials.

 

Other beneficiary schools were Asampo and Wenchi Model A which got a classroom furniture, rain water harvesting materials as well as teaching and learning materials.

 

Mr Jan Bras, the Director of Resource Link Foundation Netherlands expressed the organizations readiness to execute more projects in the water and sanitation sectors especially in schools to make the school environment friendly for pupils. He underscored the need for good water and sanitation services in schools to promote a healthy environment for both teachers and pupils.

 

On his part, the country Director of Resource Link Foundation Ghana, Mr Christopher Dapaah appealed to the Banda District Assembly to include the organization in its activities especially planning and budgeting as well as Assembly meetings. This he said will ensure better collaboration between the Assembly and the organization to for speedy development of the area.

 

Source: ISD (Amos Baffour-Mensah)

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