The Municipal Planning Coordinating Unit (MPCU) of Kpone-Katamanso Municipal Assembly between the 23rd and 24th September, 2021 organized a monitoring and evaluation exercise to ascertain the status of implementation of the Assembly’s physical and non-physical projects. The exercise was in fulfillment of section 84 and 85, sub–section 1 of the Local Government Act 2016 (Act 936).  

Madam Ivy Oduro-Kwarteng explaining a point to the monitoring team

The purpose of the exercise was to enable the secretariat of the MPCU compile the quarterly progress report and submit to the Regional Coordinating Council (RCC) and the National Development Planning Commission.

The Monitoring and Evaluation team led by  Madam Ivy Oduro-Kwarteng; the Municipal Planning Officer comprised of Heads of Department/Units from Budget, Social Welfare, Community Development, Information Services, Education, Works Engineers, Environmental Health, Health, Agriculture and a representative from the Kpone Traditional council.

The monitoring team inspecting a dormitory block at Kpone SHS.

The team inspected progress of work for various projects such as the Kpone SHS dormitory block, classroom blocks, Oyibi police station, Gbetsile health facility and office complex at Kpone. The projects are at different stages of completion.

The monitoring team commended contractors who have excellently undertaken their projects despite the financial challenges. The team recommended that the contract of those who are delaying the projects should be terminated and re-awarded immediately.

The monitoring and evaluating team inspecting a classroom block at Haanaa-Kokompe