The Garu-Tempane Districts is a newly created district that is faced with a number of teething problems which are centered on how to harness our human and material resources to improve the socio-economic conditions of the people. It benefited from a number of interventions during the implementation of the Ghana Poverty Reduction Strategy 2002-2005 when it formed part of the then Bawku East District.
The Assembly is extending an invitation to any development partner interested in the welfare of our people to come and assist achieve our goals and objectives so that one day we can all be proud partners to the development efforts of this District.
Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs), have been called upon to find innovation ways of getting funding for the development of their respective areas instead of over-relying on the District Assembly Common Fund (DACF).
Mr David Adakudugu, District Chief Executive (DCE) for Garu-Tempane, at the week won the National Democratic Congress (NDC) primaries for Tempane Constituency, one of the newly created constituencies in the Upper East Region.
Vice President John Dramani Mahama, on Monday affirmed government’s determination to make health care accessible to all through the provision of the needed infrastructure, equipment and human resources to man every medical centre.
The District Chief Executive for the Garu-Tempane District Assembly, David Adakudugu has unveiled plans by the Assembly to restore a 6 unit classroom block for the Tempane Primary following the fire outbreak which hit the school recently.
In the light of enhancing the skills, competencies and abilities to develop the district, the Garu-Tempane District Assembly has embarked on a Capacity building for the various Assembly members and Area Councils in the district.