LAMBUSSIE K:40 boreholes underway to boost water system
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About 40 number of borehole facilities have been sited in various deprived communities in the Lambussie Karni district to power the implementation of the Sustainable Rural Water and Sanitation Project.
It is expected that this move will considerably create the avenue for most people living in the district, especially the local areas to get access to sustainable water supply in their respective areas when the project is fully accomplished.
Contractors discharging works on this project in the various sites are almost halfway through with works on the whole project, however Mr. Clement Benin has said that the project will definitely meet its deadline scheduled for completion.
Speaking in an interaction with Ghanadistricts.com the DCE stated that actual drilling will start by the end of this month, noting that arrangements have been advanced already for the drilling stage to begin.
Some of the earmarked communities under this project therefore include Suke, Kokya, Sentu, Yiziir and Kadiiligor amongst others.
The sustainable rural water and sanitation project seeks to expand access and ensure sustainability of water supply and sanitation in the rural areas.
The project which has a five-year implementation duration is an International Development Agency (IDA) programme under World Bank, and focuses on six regions namely, Upper East, Upper West, Northern, Brong Ahafo, Central and Western region.