Projects

ONGOING DPAT III PROJECTS

1. Construction of Drains and Filling of Roads at Katakyiase
The project comprises the construction of drains with cover slabs and sub base filling of the road. The objective of the project is to improve drainage and prevent flooding in the community. Work commenced on 16th April 2021 and is expected to be completed on 14th August 2021. The work is near completion and is already in use.

2.  Construction of 1no. Culvert, 100m Drain and Shaping of 0.22km road at Brafoyaw
The project comprises the construction of a 1no. 900mm diameter pipe culvert, a 100m, 900mm diameter drain, filling and shaping of road. The objective of the project is to reinstate the old road connecting Brafoyaw and Green Hill community. Work Started on 14th April 2021 and is expected to be completed on 14th August 2021. The Drains and Culvert has been completed. The Earthworks is about to commence. The Work is 50% completed.

3. Construction of CHPs  Compound at Kwadeogya
The project is been undertaken to provide a befitting CHPS compound to replace the current accommodation used for health care services delivery in the community. The new facility will have accommodation for two nurses, a consulting room, store room and a labour ward with a lie in/recovery room. The work commenced on 14th April 2021 and is expected to be completed on 14th August 2021. The work is currently at the roofing stage

4.  Drilling and construction of 2no. Boreholes and establishment of 1no. Limited mechanised water system.
The project consists of the Drilling and Construction of 2no. hand pumped boreholes at Kojo Abem and Nsan and the establishment of a 1no Limited mechanized water system at Abura Dunkwa Bungalow. The project which started on 14th April 2021 is expected to be completed before 14th August 2021. The drilling has been completed despite challenges with the siting and underground conditions and the pump test is currently ongoing. When completed, the facility is expected to improve access to potable water supply in the District with over 500 direct beneficiaries.

 

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OLD PROJECTS