PPRD NW: Santa Populace Celebrate construction of Women Empowerment Centre

Balungeli Confiance Ebune takes stock of projects executed in Santa 

The population of Santa through its Mayor, Samkia Elvis II have in dances celebrated the Presidential Plan for the reconstruction and Development of the North West and South West Regions.

Speaking in Santa Wednesday 29th March 2023, the Mayor of Santa stated emphatically that the Municipality have benefited bountifully.

The plan has constructed the women Empowerment Centre and equipped it to 100 percent.

Noting that Santa is made up mostly of rural women who depend of the farm and those whose husbands lost their lives in the crisis, urgently need to empowered in vocational training, His Majesty Fon Samkia Elvis II said the project could not have been timely.

The imposing structure situated few metres to the council is already in use and the many women who are currently being trained, came out to dance to the music from drums.

The Presidential Plan has also constructed 8 classrooms at Government School Baligham, equipping it with benches and solar nights.

Knowing thag Baligham refrained from burning down its own facilities in the name of an armed struggle, the President of the steering Committee of the Presidential Plan for reconstruction and development of the North West and South West Regions was proud that many people are recovering from the negative impacts of the crisis.

Furnished women Empowerment Centre 

Tasked to be champions of their own destinies, the Presidential Plan has targeted mostly projects that have to do with improving social cohesion.

The Mayor did not relent in calling on the plan to extend its tentacles to other villages that make up and other projects that can enhance the livelihood of the common man.

In response, Balungeli Confiance Ebune was pleased that after some schemiches, the population have allowed the companies charged with the construction of the Bamenda-Babadjou Road to do its job.

He further said the project bank of the PPRD is not yet exhausted as concerns Santa and many more projects will be excuted in due time.

With its aim to build better, the Presidential Plan was initiated as a relief measures to people and communities that have suffered damages resulting from the Anglophone crisis.

For the last 3 years, the plan has impacted the lives of many and change the face of several communities.

The PPRD is implementing these projects in partnership with the United Nations Development Program, UNDP.


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