Governments all over the world are put in power?to implement policies and programmes?? to help in the transformation?of?the lives?of the?electorate? to better? their lots in terms? of providing them with socio-economic needs.?

In? accordance to this? guideline,? The? Prestea?-Huni-Valley District Assembly (PHVDAS)? in the Western Region, since? the assumption of? the National Democratic? Congress (NDC), in 2009 under the? mantra of? ?Better? Ghana Agenda? (BGA),?? has been leaving no? stone? unturn? to enhance? the provision of basic amenities? for to make? life? very descent? for the people.

The District Chief Executive for the area, Mr.? Robert? Wisdom Cudjoe? in an interview with this? reporter revealed? that since 2009 when the party in government came? into power, the Assembly inherited? number of uncompleted projects?? initiated by the previous? administration but? under his able leadership coupled with? support from the central government, all those? projects were completed? and handed over to the benefiting communities.

He?explained that?since?education is the medium?by which?people?s living?conditions?can be transformed, The Assembly has?been pumping?colossal sum of?its resources?into?the?development of educational infrastructure.

He mentioned the construction?of?a twelve unit classroom block,?dormitory block?for both girls and boys?and provision of?a bus for the Huni?Valley?Secondary School.

Among?other secondary institutions,?Mr. Cudjoe added that?the Prestea Secondary?Technical and the St. Augustine?Secondary Schools?? equally benefited from similar provision.

At the basic level, the DCE, explained that six unit classrooms with?offices, and ancillary facilities have been built?for number of?schools? to help eliminate schools ?under tree.

All? these projects? he noted, were? executed through the GeT? Fund? with some of the beneficiary?? towns? like Efukey, Awona Nkwanta, Tintinmu,? Pepoase , Enyinam? ,Subri Nkwanta and many more.

He disclosed that under the? Sustainable? Rural? Water? Supply Project,(SRWAP),? number of boreholes were dug in twenty- communities? with? some of the towns benefiting from at least two or more ?of the boreholes.

Mr. Codjoe? said part? from?? putting in place? educational infrastructure? , the Assembly? has been playing? a pivotal role? in sponsoring? teacher? trainees and? nurses ?, explaining that? in? 2010 over 200 students? were? assisted by the Assembly to training? colleges? while about? 190? beneficiaries? went to the nursing? training school .

The DCE announced ??that number of feeder roads in the district was?? upgraded to enable farmer to cart their farm produce to the?marketing?centres.

He told the paper? further that, a? twenty cubic? No2 market sheds? have constructed ?been ?for communities? like Huni?Valley, Akotom,? while No1 16 seater? aqua privy? toilet has been constructed at Suwenso,?? No3 solid hardstand at Bogoso, Prestea?? and Aboso? as? well as ?the construction of No1 20 seater water closet toilet at? Aboso and? No4 boreholes at Huniso,? Esaase,? Efukey, Kurantin, and Obengkrom.

Mr. Cudjoe appealed to the people to? ?rally behind the government?to enable it?to deliver on its promises.

He? urged them to maintain the prevailing peace in? the District? to? guarantee its development, ?we need to safe? guard the peace and? co- existent we have been? enjoying? over their respective of our political? differences,? this is the? main? ingredient for ?spurring? up? our developmental? agenda,? he remarked.

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