Mr. Ben Hassan Ouattara pumping the h2o to officially fee the two boreholes created by Vivo Electricity Ghana.
Vivo Electrical power Ghana has handed in excess of two recently created hand-pump boreholes and educational materials to the folks and university small children in Hiamankyene, a community in the Asante Mampong Municipality of the Ashanti Location.
In addition, the company – in collaboration with its staff members and Shell merchants – has donated building components to the Brengo Presbyterian Fundamental University for the reconstruction of the dilapidated classroom blocks in the same municipality, in which most of the children from Hiamakyene wander a extensive length to university.
The timely intervention of the corporation has helped to address the plight of the folks who are predominately farmers from the Higher East Location and for many years have not had accessibility to potable water. More than the yrs, the persons of Hiamankyene have had to vacation resort to unclean drinking water sources for ingesting and other domestic uses, major to several fatalities and illness in the community.
This initiative by Vivo Vitality Ghana forms part of the company’s broader sustainability programme, dubbed Power for H2o and Instruction, aimed at supporting government’s attempts in accomplishing the Sustainable Enhancement Targets 4 and 6, which centre on Quality Education and learning and Thoroughly clean Water and Sanitation respectively.
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Commissioning the assignments, the Running Director of Vivo Vitality Ghana, Mr Ben Hassan Ouattara, reaffirmed the company’s dedication to supporting deprived communities to develop the essential social impact and ultimately enhancing the quality of life.
“It is truly worth commending Ghana’s attempts in attaining the Millennium Development Aim (MDG) focus on for h2o. Nevertheless, there are still regions that stay unserved and underserved and this signifies that devoid of this essential have to have, the life of tens of millions of little ones are at risk. Households, schools, farms and others are having difficulties to endure and prosper in this condition and as a firm that is dedicated to the socio-economic improvement of communities, we are unable to look away whilst innocent life are uncovered to waterborne health conditions, as a result of unsafe drinking drinking water,” he said.
Mr. Ouattara even more commended the efforts of the Mampong Municipal Assembly for delivering capacity making coaching to the Water and Sanitation (WATSAN) Committee to be certain the appropriate upkeep of these facilities.
The Ashanti Regional Minister, Simon Osei-Mensah, in a speech browse on his behalf, reiterated the government’s effort and hard work in direction of the accomplishment of the Sustainable Growth Ambitions by partnering with corporate institutions to supply assignments that react to the desires of Ghanaians.
“The Governing administration is dedicated to realising the Sustainable Growth Plans and a single of the methods of acquiring this is by collaborating with organisations like Vivo Energy Ghana, to undertake assignments that positively impact our communities. I am extremely satisfied about this initiative and I ought to commend the administration, staff members and vendors of Vivo Vitality Ghana for continuously offering worth for our communities,” he reported.
The Member of Parliament for Mampong Constituency, Kwaku Ampratwum Sarpong, expressed his appreciation to the organization and admitted that the design of the boreholes for Hiamankeyene have substantially lessened the price for developmental initiatives in his constituency.
The Main of Hiamankyene, Ayaabah Agurugu, was specially grateful to Vivo Power Ghana for the boreholes, which is their source of livelihood and the donation of instructional resources to each individual little one in the group.
“The books will drastically improve the educational functionality of these deprived small children who compete with their colleagues in the towns,” he claimed.