The A.A.K District Assembly held a meeting of the Spatial Planning Committee on March 30th, 2021. The Committee as mandated by section 38 of the Land Use and Spatial Planning Act 2016, Act 925 is the approving authority of all physical developmental permit application in the District. Present at the meeting was the District Chief […]
A clean working environment is a necessity for productive client oriented service. For this reason, Staffs of the Assembly commit to monthly clean-up activities to ensure the work place is safe and hygienic for business interaction.
On Wednesday, 17th March 2021, AAKDA held it first quarter District Planning Coordinating Unit (DPCU) meeting. The meeting is held every quarter to review implementation of programs and policies in the District. The meeting also inaugurated the 18member committee to initiate the preparation of the 2022-2026 medium term plan of the Assembly.
The A.A.K District Assembly on Wednesday, 10th March 2021 held its first quarter management meeting. The management meeting, which was attended by the heads of all decentralized departments within the District is held quarterly to deliberate on the performance of the various department, units and agencies in achieving the strategic development goals of the Assembly […]
Hon. Felicia Aba Hagan, on behalf of the Abura Asebu Kwamankese District Assembly on Sunday, 7th March 2021 made a donation of 5,000 hand sanitizers and nose masks to the local council of Churches in Abura Dunkwa. The event took place at the 64th Independence thanksgiving service held at the Wesley Methodist Church in Abura […]
The European Union (EU) has this month paid 11.9 million Euros (GHC 52 million) to support decentralization in Ghana. The grant supports the decentralization reform process of the country that aims to improve service delivery at the district level. In the framework of the European Union’s Financing Agreement with Ghana, the amount of 11.9 million […]
Good progress has been made since the Construction & Property Research Centre, University of the West of England (UWE), Bristol, UK commenced its exploratory research into leveraging rising urban land/property values to finance urban infrastructure development in Ghana in August, 2015. The research is being implemented in collaboration with Ghana’s Local Government Service. The aim […]
A two day capacity building workshop took place in Kumasi within the context of promoting good professional rapport among the Directors and Unit heads at the Secretariat, Regional Coordinating Directors and Metropolitan, Municipal and District Co-ordinating Directors (MMDCDs). In other words, the workshop was to share knowledge, experiences and best practices among others. In his […]
A two-day Professional Conference of the Local Government Service staff was held in Sunyani- the Brong Ahafo Regional capital. Participants were drawn from the Local Government Service Secretariat (LGSS), Regional Co-ordinating Council (RCC), Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assembly (MMDAs). The Conference was under the theme: “Quality Leadership for Good Local Governance and Effective Service Delivery”. […]