The Kadjebi District Assembly has today, 30th September 2021 approved the Annual Action Plan and Composite Budget for the 2022 Fiscal year. It was unanimously approved by all 52 members with the right to vote.
The 2 documents are therefore available to the public for download,. download via the links below
REPORT OF DATA COLLECTION AND VALIDATION TO UPDATE WASH COMPONENT OF DMTDP BY MAJOR STAKEHOLDERS
LOCATION: DISTRICT WIDE
FUNDING: WORLD VISION GHANA NKWANTA CLUSTER AND KADJEBI DISTRICT ASSEMBLY
PERIOD: FROM 11/07/2017 TO 14/07/2017
PERSONNELS INVOLVED: 7 DATA COLLECTORS AND 26 STAKEHOLDERS FOR VALIDATION
District Medium Term Development is the frame work designed to guide the development of the District within 4 year period. It is made up of detailed district profile, needs assessment, POCC analysis, strategies, and composite programme of actions.
WASH is a mandatory component of the DMTDP. It is necessary to guide effective service delivery of water, sanitation and health. Water availability, quality, quantity, and proximity to source is a greater determinant of development in every community. Sanitation importance can not be over emphasis as it reduce frequency of people visiting the health facilities. It also lead to increase productivity and hence economic independence.
However, detailed district profile, needs assessment, POCC analysis, strategies and programmes with respect to WASH is not found on the working DMTDP. Informations about WASH in the DMTDP is not enough to inform any meaningful plan.
Hence the need for the district to embark on updating of profile on WASH which will lead to effective strategies to mitigate the various problems confronting WASH.
DAY ONE 11/07/2017
The seven member data collectors divided themselves into two and embarked on data collection in three Area Councils. Ahamansu, Amanta and Dodo. In all, 19 communities and 78 facilities were visited and examined on their functionalities, crowding, and accessibilities.
DAY TWO 13/07/2017
The other three ( Dodi, Asato, And Kadjebi) Area councils were visited. In all, 24 communities, 68 facilities were visited and examined on their functionalities, crowding, and accessibilities.
- About 40% of the District facilities are sub-optimally functional
- About 34% of District facilities are non-functional
- Leaving only 26% fully functional. That is, only 26% meet national standard of water service delivery
- One borehole at Wawasu has been upgraded to small town pipe system with 5 stand pipes and 10 spouts
- One borehole at Dapaa Junction has been upgraded to small town pipe system with 6 stand pipes and 12 spouts
- Within 2016 the Assembly has constructed 27 boreholes and 7 others under construction
- World vision is constructing 10No. Boreholes at the following locations: Dodo Amanfrom Islamic Basic school, Dzodze Kordzi, Mempeasem unit 2, Ahamansu Police station, Dika, Sabram, Poase Cement Kpele Kpedzi,Titiaka Zongo, Dzindzin new Town and Dompa
- In all, we are expecting 17 boreholes to be added to our water facility inventory in 2017
DAY THREE 14/07/2017
Stakeholders made up of EHSD field staff, DWST, WSMT representatives from Area councils and EHSD office staffs met to review the data. The stakeholders were taken through Service Delivery Approach and Building blocks for sustainability in WASH. Coverage is increasing: from 39% to 84% between 1990 and 2015 (JMP); from 29% in 90s to 65.05% in 2015 (CWSA) were some of the information shared. Service delivery standards:
Quality, In line with standards set by GSA
Quantity, Hand pump / standpipe: 20 lpcd; household connection: 60 lpcd
Accessibility, Hand dug well: maximum 150 people per facility Borehole /standpipe: maximum 300 people per facility Max distance: 500 m
Reliability. At least 95% of the year
Having raised knowledge and understanding of water service delivery, participants were taken through data compiled on Area council basis. Suggestion, corrections and omissions were made in the process. Major concerns was about the poor management and ownership of water facilities in the community. It was explained that, all water facilities in the District belong to the Assembly irrespective of the funding source. The Assembly entrust it day to day management in the hands of WSMT. Hence it is required that all facility must have three bank account: Operation And Maintenance Account(OM), Capital Account And Sanitation Account. WSMT can authorise withdrawals from OM account but not the other two. The two accounts required Assembly authorisation. Management systems are in place to measure performance and issue sanctions were appropriate.
- The Assembly should carried out regular training for WSMT
- Move from facility provision to service provision
- Embark on Monitoring services and the conditions for ensuring sustainability
- Embark on continuous data collection and structured analysis
- Ensure easy access to real-time monitoring data for all
- Consider monitoring as a means to address planning and provision of sustainable water facilities
Attached to this report is the Attendance sheet for data validation, List And Details Of Data Collectors and District WASH Data
Report Compiled By: Alhassan Issah (DPO) Approve By:
|1||AMOS K. DAPELLA||0243296052||KADJEBI||14/07/2017|
|2||AVORNYO EDZENAM||DODI AKUM||14/07/2017|
|7||ATIASE EDEM||0205050004||POASE CEMENT||14/07/2017|
|13||KPAPU MARY FUSEINA||0202499746||KPALIME||14/07/2017|
|20||OSA SERWAA PRISCILLA||0240613326||KADJEBI||14/07/2017|
|21||RAYMOND A. AGBOWORDI||0243805174||KADJEBI||14/07/2017|
LIST AND DETAILS OF DATA COLLECTORS
|S/N||ACCOUNT NAME||ACCOUNT NUMBER||BANK||BRANCH|
|2||DANIEL GBEDZE||036-1016734||Barclays||AIRPORT CITY|
|4||MELCHISEDEC ADU-GYAMERA||0023034406616301||ECOBANK||TEMA MAIN|
|5||RAYMOND A. AGBOWORDI||3021010094416||GCB||UCC|
|6||EMMA SEKYERE||1061010059565||GCB||KOJO THOMSON ROAD|
DISTRICT WASH DATA
|Row Labels||Total||Incomplete BH||Current Functional Facilities|
|Asato New Town||1||1|
|Dzindzi New Town||0||1||0|
|Kordibenum New Town||1||0|
|Kukurantumi New Town||1||0|
|Kukurantumi Central Mosque||1||0|
|Dodo Amanfrom Central||8||1||1|
|Dodo Pepesu Zongo||1||1|
|Dodo Amanfrom N/T Camp||1||1|
|Kadjebi- Asato Road||1||1|