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Hon. Seth Yormewu (DCE)

Welcome Address:

The opportunity to serve the citizens of Anloga District continues to motivate myself, Assembly members and Staff of the Anloga District Assembly. Over the past one year, we have sent a strong and positive message to businesses, investors and residents that Anloga is open for business.

The Anloga District is one of the 18 districts in the Volta Region of Ghana. The Assembly is committed to improving the quality of life for everyone in the District by investing in infrastructure and services that support the lives of our residents and businesses. It is indeed one of the fast-paced developing districts and hence attracting many visitors from all walks of life…

Each day, the Assembly’s local government team plays an important role in our continuous efforts to ensure the District runs efficiently and effectively. The team strives to provide services and innovative technology that elevate our level of service delivery beyond industry standard, while increasing the value of our taxpayers’ hard-earned money.

The Assembly delivers a wide range of services to our communities such as providing clean water, disposing of solid and liquid waste, building infrastructure, ensuring safety and security, promoting and supporting Agricultural and aquaculture activities, provide social welfare and community development services, maintaining government structures and planning emergency management strategies.

The District has positioned itself to take advantage of the government’s flagship programs like One District One Factory (1D1F), Planting for Food and Jobs (PFJ), Planting for Export and Rural Development (PERD) and other government agricultural policies by providing support to our farmers.

This is a great time for Anloga District as many major projects are under implementation in order to open the district to more business and create job opportunities for the youth. We are continuously expanding our markets in Anloga Anyanui and woe in order to accommodate the quick growth they experience.

Completion and construction of CHPS compounds are ongoing in some communities to increase access to health care. The Assembly will remain committed to finding innovative ways to improve processes that will continue to help us build a sustainable and promising future for the people of Anloga.

As part of the government’s commitment to social welfare development, we continue to identify and keep a database of persons living with disabilities in our district who we support from time to time to help empower them economically.

Tourism activities in the district are still in its infantile stage but opportunities to develop this sector abounds. The Atorkor Slave Market, Wet land Mangrove in Argortoe, the Cape St Paul Light House in Woe, Dzita Turtle Laying Grounds as well as the clean sandy beaches and lagoons in Anloga presents exciting prospects for investors to take massive advantage of.
I hope that while you learn what the District Assembly is doing to develop and promote its people and businesses on our website, you will also be inspired to act. Together, we can continue to transform our district to make it the best.

Previous Member of Parliament for Anlo

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