Tuesday, December 14, 2010


Mr. P.K Omane on behalf of his son and daughter in-law Mr. C K Omane and Mrs. Agnes Omane Boakyewaa have donated items worth five hundred (GH¢500) to the Bechem Government Hospital in the Tano South District.

The items which comprised of towels and bed sheets were a third of series donated to the hospital by the couples who live in montereal, Canada for the use at the wards.

The Medical Superintendent, in charge of the Bechem Government Hospital, Dr Kwabena Twum Nuamah who spoke on behalf of the acting District Director of Health Services, Madam Margaret Aboligu, thanked the couple and stressed on the importance of the donated items which is always needed at the wards. He therefore entreated other philanthropists to emulate the examples of the couple.


Human Care and Maintenance Foundation, HUCAM a Non-Government Organization (N.G.O) in the Tano South District have donated drugs worth six hundred Ghana cedis (GH¢600) to the maternity ward of the Bechem Government Hospital. Speaking at a short but impressive ceremony held at the hospital premises the Executive Director of HUCAM, Ms Evelyn Bema said the organization is in the district to support the people to integrate them into the mainstream of developmental life.

She said the NGO is poised to provide food supplement and drugs to over 2500 school children in the district. The Director was optimistic that the drugs if given to people accordingly will go a long way to improve the health conditions of pregnant women as well as their unborn babies. Ms. Evelyn Bema outlined activities such as supply of about 216 treated mosquito bed nets, immunization campaign, repairing of damaged boreholes and building of poultry farms for privilege people as some of the initiative the NGO is providing for the people. She therefore advised the people to obey the dose prescribed and report to a pharmacist for clarification.

Receiving the items, the Bechem Government Hospital Pharmacist, Mr. Mensah Adomako thanked HUCAM for the kind gesture and assured that the drugs would be used accordingly. He therefore called for more support from other NGOs and stakeholders in the district.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010


The District Chief Executive for Tano South in the Brong- Ahafo Region,Hon Bukari Zakari Anaba has presented 2,916 Uniforms,1,465 Note one Books,267 Mathematical Books,2,767 Writing Books,142 Boxes of Biscuit,3,210 Cup and 4,820 of Toffees to 21 deprive community schools in the district.
The communities are Monta, Owen Nkwanta, Bronsankro, Adomakokrom, Bechem Nkwanta, kwasu Nyinasua, Bechem Islamic, Ohiaminguase, Mawaninso, Achiase, Krobo, Nyamebeye, Asuboi, Tweapease, Subriso,Tuagyankrom, Adaa, Nsuta, Ayeasuano, Kofi Ntamkrom and Derma Nkwekyire.
The DCE did the presentation at my fist day in school in the various communities.Hon Bukari Zakari in his address said, the president Professor Mills in 2008 campaign, promise Ghanaians that, if the good people of Ghana vote for him as the president of the nation, he will provide free exercise books and uniforms to deprive schools in the country and the president has been able to fulfill his promise so he needs recommendation headed.
Hon Bukari said, provision of quality education in the country is in the heart of the NDC government and said the government is committed to provide all the necessary logistics to improve quality education in the country, by constructing new class room block to stop school under trees, providing free uniforms and books to pupils, providing educational facilities and infrastructures and by giving more incentives to teachers who accept posting to rural areas.
The DCE commended president Mills for remembering the pupils of tano south district. Hon Bukari Zakari Anaba urged the pupils in the various communities to learn hard for their own benefit and the benefit of the nation.
He appeals to the various headmasters to distribute the items to the pupils to improve quality education in the district. The DCE cut sod for construction work on a 6 unit class room block for the pupils of Tuagyankrom primary school, The cost of the project is GH¢145,948.55 and it is expected to be complete in 8 months.


The state of the project at Techimantia as at 23rd December, 2010. The contractor Mr. E.K. Asante promise to finish before the schedule time.

Work on the construction of a GH¢36,500 Information Communication and Technology Training Centre (ICT) building at Techimantia in the Tano South District has begun.

The centre a brain child of a UNDP, Ministry of Communication and MTN collaboration, when completed would help train the youth of Techimantia and its environs in ICT programmes.

According to the contractor working on the project, Mr. E K Asante of PHIL-TECK Company Ltd work on the project is scheduled to be completed in two (2) months time.

He said that the needed funds for mobilization had been made available for the start of work and prayed the remaining funds would be released on time for them to meet the scheduled time for the completion of work on the project.

The Chief of Techimantia Nana Oti Ampen who released the land for the project commended MTN, UNDP and the Ministry of Communication for siting the centre at Techimantia and promised his Traditional council’s readiness to help the contractor to complete the project on time.

Nana called on the youth of Techimantia to reciprocate this kind gesture of having had the opportunity to have the centre sited in their area to enroll in their numbers at the centre when the work on the project is completed and classes begin so that they would also be abreast with current trends in Information Communication and Technology.