FORMATION OF DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
The Medium Term Development Plan is formulated in a logical framework in relation to the GPRS II thematic areas. The logic of the plan is that if adequate inputs are provided planned outputs will be produced. If these outputs are produced then purpose would be achieved. If purpose is achieved, then a planned degree of progress will occur. The logical framework, also known as the Project Planning Matrix, (PPM) is divided into four levels of objectives, namely: Goal, Purpose, Outputs and Inputs, and four columns (Narrative, Objectively Verifiable Targets, Means of Verification and Important Assumptions.
The Amansie Central District Assembly shares common boundaries with Amansie East, Amansie West, Obuasi Municipal and Upper Denkyira districts. For effective allocation of resources, the district has strategised its projects such that duplication, inconsistencies, overlaps and under utilization of scarce resources could be avoided. For instance, communities close to Obuasi and Amansie East which requested for Health facilities could easily access quality health care from the nearby centres hence such projects have been earmarked for implementation in the interior communities where access to health facility is difficult.
Again, the district has no cesspool emptier but intends to collaborate with Amansie East District Assembly for assistance when the need arises. Also the district has forged close collaboration with Amansie East District Assembly and Obuasi Assemblies for tapping expertise from public officers and civil servants whose services at the moment do not exist in the district.
Until the District establishes its own Health Insurance Scheme, citizens of the district access the services of the scheme under the East District Assembly. The District hopes to maintain and improve the cordial relationships with the nearby districts to pave way for mutual co-operation and collaboration to ensure effective and efficient programmes
Composite Programme of Action (POA)
Under this section, selected programmes and projects to be implemented under the planned period have been detailed out. These projects were selected after subjecting them to series of analysis such as harmonization with GPRS II, Prioritization, POCC Analysis etc. A composite programme of action that covers all the selected projects under the three thematic areas of the GPRS II is drawn. This action plan outlines the objectives, strategies, time frame, leading and collaborative agencies, indicative costs, sources of funding etc for smooth and effective implementation of the projects.