World Bank assesses GAMA projects
A delegation from the World Bank has visited ongoing project sites in the capital under the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area (GAMA) Sanitation and Water project.

Date Created : 5/10/2019 6:10:01 AM : Story Author : Kwaku Sakyi-Danso/ghanadistricts.com

The team on Monday embarked on implementation support mission to find out where there are challenges, and measures needed to be taken address them. The visit also accorded the team the opportunity to get first-hand information on the projects.

Coordinator of GAMA, Ing. George Aseidu in an interview pointed out that every quarter there is a visit by officials from the World Bank to assess situation of projects completed or ongoing.

“We take them around to assess the situation and together we agree on the way forward, it is a routine that we do and normally we look at the flash point including areas where we think there are difficulties. We are going round all our sites, Mallam junction drainage which was completed about six months ago and there have been a number of rains”.

Engineer Aseidu further pointed out that, “we just want to do what we call post assessment to see the interventions we embarked on, to what extent it is addressing the problems at the various points.

And, also to interact with the immediate stakeholders and beneficiaries, we seeking to achieve same purpose at Kaneshie first light it is a routine thing we do to see how the problems we have solved.

“To what extent is it achieving its desired impact, if any other problem is identified those that were originally not part of the project and if there is the need to take things on board to enhance the project”.