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Hon. Red Bawa Intensifies Campaign To Keep North Gonja Clean

Sanitation situation in North Gonja District of the newly-created Savanna Region has been improved following a campaign initiated by the DCE of the area to keep the environment clean.

 The North Gonja District has been scoring low Mark's in the inter-District Open Defecation League Table, an initiative by Regional Cordinating Council's Committee on Sanitation to measure and acknowledge best sanitation practices in districts across the-now-splitted northern region.

 Hon. Adam Eliasu Red Bawa, not so enthused with his area's consistently poor performance, since taking up office has undertaking series of initiatives to improve sanitation situation in the North Gonja area. Already, 8 Area communities including Semsi A, Semsi B, Gua Fishing Camp, Kito, Darisalam, Anyanto, Kagbal and Wawato have been declared open defecation free with many more communities to follow soon.

 The District Assembly have also had refuse dumps evacuated and replaced with refuse collecting containers, with plans far advance to establish sanitation taskforce to enforce bye-laws as well educate people on best practices as far keeping the environment healthy is concerned.

 Spokesperson for the DCE revealed that four state-of-the-art toilet facilities located at Kalampo, Town Park, Sawaba and Lingbinsi were progressing and will help reduce rate of open defecation in the area when completed.

 Ridwan Abubakari said the District Health and Sanitation Unit were being empowered to deliver effectively on its mandate and only Yesterday undertook a clean up exercise with the general public in the Daboya township and surrounding communities.

 Ridwan said the DCE is committed to enhancing the lives and general wellbeing of the people of the North Gonja District and has therefore appealed to NGO's and Civil Society Organisations to join hands with the District Assembly in it
s sanitation drive.

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