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WARDC Supports Community Led Projects

WARDC Supports Community Led Projects

As part of our mandate to seek the welfare of the people and to enhance service delivery to the people, the Western Area Rural District Council (WARDC) has on Wednesday 4th November, 2020 at Council sitting disbursed support funds and materials worth millions of Leones to seven community led projects in the Western Rural District.

The support is as a result of the request made by councillors, village heads and Community based organizations seeking aid from WARDC to complete unfinished community led projects.

The projects supported by WARDC are maintenance of Jui community road, construction of yams farm Community police station, construction of two community toilets in kent, construction of the bridge along 555/bolima, fencing of rokel field, Environmental and sanitation material support to Local Fishermen Association in Goderich.

A 100 bags of cement will be donated tomorrow at yams farm for the construction of the yamsfarm police station to strengthen security in the community and the district at large.

In handing over the funds to the respective Councillors, village heads and a CBO, WARDC Chairman Kasho J. Holland Cole said that the responsibility of the council is to support and enhance service delivery and development to the people, so he is happy to see his council promotes and support development in Communities.

In his statement, Chief Administrator – Mr Raman Tom Farmar said that people take their time to write the council for help because they believe in the council and its leadership, so the council is bound to respond to the call and request of the people especially when it has to do with the development of the community.

CA Farmer used the platform to further appealed to people to support the council in revenue mobilization as it’s key to enhance development and service delivery.

Plans are also on the way to support the voice of peninsular tombo community radio with some equipment and fund to help them to start broadcasting as fire destroyed their radio station and equipment sometimes last week.

Chairman Kasho Cole and team will visit the Jorgboi bridge at Waterloo to assess the damages for immediate action.

The wards that benefited from these projects are; 398, 391, 388, 382 and 381 respectively.


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