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NaCSA on Construction projects in Port Loko District

NaCSA on Construction projects in Port Loko District

Port Loko, February (SLENA): In a bid to foster improved standard of living, the National Commission for Social Action (NaCSA) has commissioned the construction of over five projects in various parts of the Port Loko District.

They include a primary school at Mamorthor village in the Mesimera chiefdom, a community health post at Rokamba in Buya Romende chiefdom together with three water wells for Mokabo in the Marampa chiefdom.

These projects which are funded by the Islamic Development Bank under the Sierra Leone Community driven Development project is estimated at millions of leones.

They were jointly commissioned by the Northern Region Coordinator, Osman Turay and the District Coordinator for NaCSA, Omaru Turay on diverse dates.

The launching attracted key stakeholders including the Local Council Chairman, Ahmid Munirr Fofanah, his Chief Administrator, the Deputy Director of Education, members of parliament, paramount chiefs and ward committee members.

As outlined by NaCSA officials, the essence for the inclusion of these stakeholders was to map out a cordial working relationship between the contractors and the various community members in order to enhance transparency, quality and timely completion of work.

In response to appeals from the respective speakers on the need for natives to take ownership of the projects through effective community participation of both the contractors and local authorities, they expressed determination to measure up to the expected standard and assured that assured that the work will be completed in record time.

Each of these old structures about to be re-constructed had served as death traps in the various localities.


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