Progress Assessment and Inauguration of Committees for Dika-Ahamansu Feeder Road Rehabilitation

Kadjebi District, November 2, 2023

Under the auspices of the Ghana Productive Safety Net Program Phase 2 (GPSNP 2), the Kadjebi District has undertaken the significant task of rehabilitating the Dika-Ahamansu Feeder Road. This road serves as a vital route for transporting agricultural produce to major towns, including Kadjebi. In line with this initiative, stakeholders from the Kadjebi District Assembly and the Tamale Zonal Office of GPSNP convened for a site meeting on Wednesday, November 1st, 2023.

The meeting had several key purposes:

  1. Progress Assessment: Observations were made to assess the progress of work at the site and ensure adherence to required standards.
  2. Inauguration of Committees: The meeting facilitated the inauguration of the Facility Management Committee (FMC) and Grievances Redress Committees to oversee project operations and address any concerns or issues that may arise.

Observations:

During the site visit, the following observations were made:

  • Beneficiaries, contractors, and project managers were present on-site, and work was actively ongoing.
  • Significant progress was noted, with work commencing from the Ahamansu township towards Dika.
  • A total of 86 workers were recorded on-site, comprising 34 males and 52 females.
  • Adequate working tools such as cutlasses, pickaxes, shovels, and headpans were provided and in full utilization.
  • Sanitary provisions including Veronica buckets for handwashing and drinking cups were provided for the beneficiaries’ convenience.
  • The Facility Management Committee (FMC) and Grievances Redress Committees were inaugurated, comprising members committed to overseeing project activities and addressing grievances promptly.
  • Beneficiaries were assured that all challenges and anomalies related to the project would be communicated to the District Assembly and Zonal Office for swift resolution.

The Kadjebi District remains steadfast in its commitment to the successful completion of the Dika-Ahamansu Feeder Road Rehabilitation project. Through collaborative efforts and proactive measures, stakeholders aim to ensure the timely delivery of infrastructure essential for the socio-economic development of the region.

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