Wa EPA Has A New Communication Devices Installed


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The Wa offices of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) received a huge boost to its operation following the installation of new and up-to-date communication equipment.

The GH? 45,000 project was sponsored by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) to facilitate both internal and external communications of the agency in the region.

The equipment include two desk top computers, one printer, a scanner, a server and internet connectivity to link all staff to enable them store and retrieve information.

Inaugurating the project, the head of internal communications at EPA, Ms Helen Asiamah said the project was being implemented across all regional offices of the agency in the country.

The difficulty they often encounter as an agency in the area of monitoring and dissemination of information both internal and external has necessitated the implementation of the project.

The project had already been installed in all the ten regional offices of the agency with the last being in the Upper West Region.

With the completion of the installation, all ten regions will be interconnected and this would go a long way to improve efficiency and effectiveness of the agency?s operations.

Source: Andrew Nettey

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