The Biakoye District Assembly exists to ensure the social, economic and political well-being of its people through public-private partnership and fiscal, material, human resources mobilization in an atmosphere of peace and unity.
The 2018 Annual Progress Report (APR) and the 2018 Annual Action Plan (AAP) were prepared in accordance with the 2018-2021 District Medium Term Development Plan (DMTDP) policy framework which has five goals
- DEVELOPMENT DIMENSION: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
GOAL: BUILD A PROSPEROUS SOCIETY
- DEVELOPMENT DIMENSION: SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
GOAL: CREATE OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL GHANAIANS
- DEVELOPMENT DIMENSION: ENVIRONMENT, INFRASTRUCTURE AND HUMAN SETTLEMENT
GOAL: SAFEGUARD THE NATURAL ENVIRONMENT AND ENSURE A RESILIENT, BUILT ENVIRONMENT
- DEVELOPMENT DIMENSION: GOVERNANCE, CORRUPTION AND PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY
GOAL: MAINTAIN A STABLE, UNITED AND SAFE SOCIETY
STRENGTHEN GHANA’S ROLE IN THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY THROUGH COOPERATION WITH OTHER NATIONS AND THE ACTIVE PARTICIPATION IN GLOBAL AFFAIRS.
The Annual Progress Report is an aggregation of the Quarterly Progress Reports including that of the fourth quarter for the period under review. It was prepared by the DPCU in fulfilment of the NDPC regulation and presents a comprehensive report on the status of development projects/programmes on-going in the Biakoye District Assembly from 1st January to 31st December, 2018
Some of the major activities carried out were continuation and completion of projects/programmes started during the previous years, especially from 2017. On human development, many educational activities were undertaken including construction of classroom blocks and other infrastructure for both basic and second-cycle schools in the District. Some of the classroom blocks were completed and handed over to their beneficiary schools including 3-Unit Classroom block at Worawora and 3-No CHPS Compound at Nkonya-Asakyiri, Bowiri Odumasi and Tapa Amanfrom are yet to be handed over to the communities.
Also paramount is the continuation of the School Feeding Programme in 19 basic schools.
Major achievements were also made especially in the agriculture, and water and sanitation sectors. Nine communities in the district were declared Open Defecation Free (ODF) under the implementation of the Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) programme.
Biakoye District seeks to become the leading aqua culture and vegetable exporting District in the country.