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As part of efforts to expand potable water coverage in the Nadowli district of the Upper West Region, ten selected communities are being provided with boreholes fitted with pumps estimated to cost several thousands of Ghana cedis.
The project, being funded jointly by the Catholic Relief Service and Global Water Initiative, Ghana, both non-governmental organisations, will also rehabilitate broken down borehole equipment in beneficiary communities to enhance water service delivery.
The District Chief Executive for Nadowli, Wing Commander (rtd) Eric Dakurah, announced this at the first ordinary meetmg at the assembly.
He named the beneficiary communities as Bouyiri, Zambogu, Gbanko, Bale Loh-Guo, Curiyiri, Sankana-Langkoro, Dunjan, Sulugu and Eunyiri-Bamaara.
Wing Commander Dakurah further announced that work on a small town water system earmarked for the Kaleo community would take off next month.
Design works and documentation on the project had been completed and that the contract would soon be awarded for work to commence, he added.