Growth Aid, a Non-Governmental Organisation on Thursday 26th May 2022 through the Lower Manya Krobo municipal Assembly handed over a newly completed Mechanised Borehole Water facility with an overhead Poly Tank to Krobo Girls Presbyterian SHS.-


The initiative fall under the Sustainable Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Project (sWASH III) of the organization which Lower Manya Krobo Municipality has benefited massively.

The Municipal Assembly received 25 new Mechanised Borehole while 6 of the fault existing borehole water facilities in the middle belt of the Lower Manya Krobo Municipality were also repaired through this partnership.


Dr. Joe Lambongang, Executive Director of Growth Aid in the address acknowledge the unique support from the Latter-Day Saints Charities over the years which has made their work and commitment to provide portable water to the good people of Ghana a reality.

He continue to commend the hard working Municipal Chief Executive for the area, Hon. Simon Kweku Tetteh for his maximum cooperation and support over the year which has made their work in the area successfully with no frustration as he assured to do more for the good people of the Lower Manya Krobo Municipality in the coming years.


 Hon. Simon Kweku Tetteh, MCE for Lower Manya Krobo Municipality on his own behalf and on the behalf of the people of Lower Manya Krobo Municipality expressed their appreciation to Growth Aid under the able leadership of Dr. Lambongang which has helped the Municipality and government as well in providing portable water to several communities and institutions in the area which further helped to ease the pressure on the Assembly and Government.

He continue to assured them of his continuous cooperation and support to enable them continue to provide these reliable water supply system for the good of the Lower Manya Krobo Municipality.


Rev. Abraham Djaba Okai, Dangme-Tongu Presbytery Chairperson dedicated the newly completed water supply facility as it was immediately handed over to the School community through the Headmistress, Mrs. Betty Aduhene-Chinbuah for use.

Mrs. Betty Aduhene-Chinbuah also expressed their gratitude to the donors and the Hon. MCE for Lower Manya Krobo Municipality choosing their school as she used the opportunity to appeal to the NGO as well as other organizations or individuals who have the capacity to provide the School with more washrooms and toilet facilities to come to their aid since the existing facilities are not enough to accommodate the over 2000 student population.  

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