MCE Expresses Gratitude To GKMA Team For Showing Commitment To Health Issues.
The Chief Executive of the Ejisu Municipality , Hon.Samuel Oduro Frimpong has lauded the hardworking team of the Greater Accra/Kumasi Metropolitan Assemblies who have been tasked to provide toilet facilities to some selected District Assemblies in both Accra and Kumasi respectively. GAMA/GKMA one house one toilet facility concept is an initiative of the Ministry of Water & Natural Resources and it is funded by the World Bank.
Constructive Criticisms From The Media Could Help Solve Sanitation Problems In The Country - MSWR
The Chief Director of the Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources (MSW) Mr Noah Tumfo has observed that if the media, particularly environmental journalists would be constructive and objective in their reportage on the issues that boarder on the environment it would help to solve the challenges confronting the country, reports from King Amoah at Ada in the Greater Accra.
286 households benefit from GKMA sanitation and water project in Kwadaso
A sum of 286 families in the Kwadaso Municipality have profited from present day latrine offices under the Greater Kumasi Metropolitan Area (GKMA) sterilization and water Project. Mr Richmond Agyenim Boateng, the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Kwadaso who unveiled this, said 570 families have so far been enrolled under the task which tries to further develop sterilization in the Municipality.
Project Coordinator Advises Ghanaians To Keep Proper Environment To Avoid Flooding And Diseases.
The Project Coordinator of the Greater Accra and Kumasi Metropolitan Assemblies (GAMA/GKMA) respectively, Ing George Asiedu has observed that as the rainy season gets closer there is the need for Ghanaians to keep proper environment to avoid flooding and diseases that could affect the country's administration.