The District Environmental Health Unit yesterday ended a one week long sensitization of various categories of food and beverage vendors, including School Feeding Caterers across the district. The groups were sensitised on various topics including Personal Hygiene, Hand washing and nutrition.
Speaking to the participants, the District Environmental Health Officer, Mr. Emil Agboso, entreated food vendors to take the exercise seriously especially as we were still not out of the covid 19 pandemic. He admonished them to always make sure food they served the general public were always hot. He continued that this was a sure way to keep the society safe from infections and cholera break outs. The exercise also included medical screening for all vendors district wide. Over 2000 food and beverage vendors were screened and issued with certificates.
The Biakoye District Assembly has at its General Assembly Meeting Held yesterday, October 29, 2021 approved its 2022 Annual Action Plan. A copy of the approved plan can be downloaded from the link below
The Biakoye District Assembly has at its General Assembly meeting held yesterday, October 29, 2020, approved the Annual Action Plan for 2021. The document is ready for download in the link below
The general public is hereby informed that these services are available at the Department of Social Welfare and Community Development at the Biakoye District Assembly.
- Child Abuse
- Gender Based Violence (GBV)
- Streetism and Street Children
- Children in conflict with the law
- Care for people affected with HIV/AIDS
- People living with disabilities
- Care for elderly
- Social Protection
- Child Trafficking
The Department can be reached on the following Hotline: