GENERAL: In the month of December, the Municipal Assembly observed some activities which include: the boundary inspection between Awutu Senya East and Ga South on Thursday, 14th January, 2020, training of staff from the six zonal councils of Awutu Senya East Municipal Assembly from Monday, 18th January to Thursday, 21st January 2021 held at the Assembly hall, a meeting with the Regional Information Officer on 20th January 2021 at Cape Coast, ASEMA COVID-19 task force visitation to schools to ensure safety protocols on Thursday, 21st January 2021 in the Municipality and public sensitization and education against the spread of COVID-19 held on Tuesday, 26th January 2021 at the Kasoa New-market lorry park.
REPORT ON THE BOUNDARY INSPECTION BETWEEN AWUTU SENYA EAST AND GA SOUTH ON THURSDAY, 14TH JANUARY, 2020.
A delegation of heads of departments and some staff from ASEMA headed by the Municipal Chief Executive Officer (MCE), Hon. Michael Essuman Mensah and the Municipal Coordinating director, Mr. Charles Kwabena Opoku embarked on an exercise to inspect the boundary between the Awutu Senya East Municipal Assembly (ASEMA) and the Ga South Municipal Assembly.
The delegation’s first stop was at the Iron City Zonal council where we were welcomed by the Assemblyman and staff of the zonal council. Speaking to the gathering, the MCE highlighted that, the aim of the exercise is to identify and demarcate the administrative boundary between ASEMA and the Ga South Municipal Assembly as stipulated by the Legislative Instrument (LI).
Municipal Assembly to be assigned to their respective panel
Leaders of the delegation with some members of staff at the Iron City zonal council before the exercise.
REPORT ON THE TRAINING OF STAFF FOR THE SIX ZONAL COUNCILS OF AWUTU SENYA EAST MUNICIPAL ASSEMBLY FROM MONDAY, 18TH TO THURSDAY, 21ST JANUARY 2021 HELD AT THE ASSEMBLY HALL.
As part of ensuring the effectiveness of the six zonal councils namely; Kasoa, Kpometey, CP Walantu, Ofaakor, Opeikuma and Akweley Zonal councils, a four-day training program was organized by the Awutu Senya East Municipal Assembly (ASEMA) for the technical members of staff. The aim of the training was to educate them on how to run the Zonal councils,including the roles of each department and unit of the Assembly.
The Municipal Chief Executive, Hon. Michael Essuman Mensah in his address acknowledged the dysfunctionality of the Zonal councils having a rippling effect on the progress of the Assembly. He however stated that, the Assembly is making efforts to identify more ceded items to aid in revenue mobilization. In addition, he
pleaded with the staff to report pertinent issues to the appropriate quarters
immediately they are identified
The Assistant Director in charge of the Zonal Councils, Madam Adjoa Ntiamoah addressing the trainees
A cross-section of the trainees listening attentively during a presentation.
ASEMA COVID-19 TASK FORCE VISITATION TO SCHOOLS TO ENSURE SAFETY PROTOCOLS ON THURSDAY, 21ST JANUARY, 2021 IN THE MUNICIPALITY. The task force comprised of representatives from the Municipal Education Directorate, Municipal Health Directorate and Information Services Department were to ascertain measures put in place to ensure schools’ adherence to the COVID-19 protocols after ten months of closure in schools namely; ST. Martha’s Catholic School, White Valley International School, Praise Academy and Martinet International School.
St. Martha’s Catholic JHS pupils wearing nose masks during a visit by the ASEMA COVID-19 Task Force Team.
GENERAL: In the month of March, the Municipal Assembly observed some activities which include: an emergency Municipal Health Directorate meeting held on Monday, 1st March 2021 at the Municipal Chief Executive’s office, an education oversight meeting held on Tuesday, 2nd March 2021 at the Municipal Assembly, ASEMA Health Directorate 2020 Annual Performance Review Meeting Held on 3rd March 2021 at the Mother and Child Hospital, and a Youth activist workshop held on Thursday, 25th March 2021 at the Emmanuel Presbyterian Church, Kasoa-Obom road.
REPORT ON ASEMA HEALTH DIRECTORATE 2020 ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REVIEW MEETING HELD ON 3RD MARCH, 2021 AT THE MOTHER AND CHILD HOSPITAL
The Municipal Health Directorate organized its 2020 Annual Performance Review meeting on the 3rd of March, 2021 under the theme “Achieving Universal Health Coverage, Containing the COVID-19 pandemic, Improving Good Governance and Service Performance, The Role of Stakeholders” at the conference hall of the Mother and Child hospital.
REPORT ON THE YOUTH ACTIVIST WORKSHOP HELD ON THURSDAY, 25TH MARCH, 2021 AT THE EMMANUEL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, KASOA-OBOM ROAD.
The Awutu Senya East office of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) in collaboration with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) organized a maiden Youth Activist workshop in the Municipality, post-2020 general elections.
A photograph of dignitaries at the workshop. (From left to Right) Hon. Alhaji Suraj Muhammed Ali, Superintendent Samuel Odame (upright), Mr Aliu Mohammed and Madam Mary Nyamekye Ankrah.
GENERAL: In the month of April, the Municipal Assembly observed some activities which include: the second phase of Covid-19 first inoculation which spanned from 5th to 12th April 2021 in Kasoa and its environs, the Municipal Health Committee meeting held at the Municipal Assembly on Tuesday, 13th April 2021, the Interfaith Youth Leadership Summit held in Kasoa on Thursday, 15th April 2021, the one-day workshop on the preparation of the
Health officers at the vaccination table
Citizens following due procedures for the vaccination
Wearing of nose mask before and after vaccination observed, Kasoa Poly Clinic
At Kasoa new market health centre
At the Sandford Clinic, Akweley Colomba
MINUTES OF THE MUNICIPAL HEALTH COMMITTEE MEETING HELD AT THE AWUTU SENYA EAST MUNICIPAL ASSEMBLY ON TUESDAY, 13TH APRIL, 2021
Committee members deliberating on issues during the meeting
The MCD (right), Mr. C. K. Opoku handing over
boxes of procured schistosomiasis drugs to the Municipal Director of Health, Dr. Gifty Sunkwah- Mills
INTERFAITH YOUTH LEADERSHIP SUMMIT HELD IN KASOA ON THURSDAY, 15TH APRIL, 2021
An InterFaith Youth Leadership Summit organised by the Church of Jesus Christ Latter-Day Saints in collaboration with the Ghana Education Service (GES) and Awutu Senya East Municipal Assembly has been held at the Church of Jesus Latter -Day Saints, Kasoa in the Central Region of Ghana. The summit which was under the theme: “Strengthening the rising generation” assembled dignitaries, religious and educational leaders to grace the summit with their experience.
Dignitaries and participants who attended the summit
Participants are the summitParticipants are the summit
Dignitaries at the function
REPORT ON THE FIRST ORDINARY MEETING OF THE SECOND SESSION OF THE THIRD ASSEMBLY OF THE AWUTU SENYA EAST MUNICIPAL ASSEMBLY HELD ON MONDAY, 19TH APRIL, 2021 AT THE ASSEMBLY HALL
The ASEMA choir opening the meeting with a hymn and the Ghana National anthem
The MCE (upright), Hon. Michael Y. E. Mensah delivering his sessional address
cross-section of the house during the meeting
GENERAL: In the month of May, the Municipal Assembly observed some activities which include: the interview of the 2021 Population and Housing Census applicants at the Awutu Senya East Municipal Assembly from Wednesday, 5th May 2021 to Saturday, 15th May 2021, the Capacity Building training for all staff of the Awutu Senya East Municipal Assembly on Thursday, 6th May 2021 at the Odupong Senior High School, the administration of the second dose of the Covid-19 vaccine within the Awutu Senya East Municipal Assembly from Wednesday, 19th May 2021 to Wednesday, 26th May 2021, the 2021 Population and Housing District Implementation Committee (DCIC) meeting for the third week in May at the Awutu Senya East Municipal Assembly Conference Hall and the launch of 2021 Population and Housing Census at the Awutu Senya East Municipal Assembly Conference Hall on 28th May 2021.
REPORT ON THE INTERVIEW OF THE 2021 POPULATION AND HOUSING CENSUS APPLICANTS AT THE AWUTU SENYA EAST MUNICIPAL ASSEMBLY FROM WEDNESDAY 5TH MAY 2021 TO SATURDAY 15TH MAY 2021
An interview session was organized for the 2021 Population and Housing Census applicants at the Awutu Senya East Municipal Assembly premises for 10 days and about 2,013 shortlisted applicants were present for the interview. The interview session was divided into 5-panel groups with each group having three-panel person
cross-section of the house during the meeting
Members on Panel 2 interviewing an applicant
REPORT ON THE CAPACITY BUILDING TRAINING FOR ALL STAFF OF THE AWUTU SENYA EAST MUNICIPAL ASSEMBLY ON THURSDAY, 6TH MAY, 2021 AT THE ODUPONG SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
The Municipal Human Resource Department organized a one-day capacity building training for all staff in the Municipality on the Local Government Service (LGS) Protocols on Thursday, 6th May 2021. The Human Resource Manager from the Central Regional Coordinating Council (RCC), Mr Moses Nyame facilitated the training by taking staff through the protocols of Local Government Services
The Facilitator of training, Mr. Moses Nyame
(upright) addressing the participants from the Awutu Senya East Municipal
The FaciliREPORT ON THEADMINISTRATION OF THE SECOND DOSE OF THE COVID-19 VACCINE
WITHIN THE AWUTU
SENYA EAST MUNICIPAL ASSEMBLY FROM WEDNESDAY, 19TH MAY, 2021 TO WEDNESDAY, 26TH MAY, 2021
Awutu Senya East
Municipal Assembly, being part of the selected few Municipalities within the
country to administer the COVID-19 vaccine received its second dose of the
COVAX vaccine on 18th May 2021. The vaccination exercise is
part of the Government of Ghana and the Ministry of Health’s relentless effort
to protect the entire population against the coronavirus pandemic.
The second phase of the vaccination targeted
some 300,000 people (i.e., those who took the first phase from 1st March to 9th
March) across the country. From Wednesday 19th May to 26th May 2021 the
administration of the second dose of the Covid 19 vaccine within the Awutu
Senya East Municipal Assembly took place across the following health centres;
Kasoa Polyclinic, Mother and Child Hospital, New Market Health Centre, Adom
Estate Health Center and Sanford Clinic.
A nurse at the Mother and Child Hospital preparing to administer the second dose of the vaccine to an individual
2021 POPULATION AND HOUSING DISTRICT IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE (DCIC) MEETING ON FRIDAY, 21ST MAY, 2021 AT THE AWUTU SENYA EAST MUNICIPAL ASSEMBLY CONFERENCE HALL
Members at the Meeting
The Municipal Coordinating Director, Mr. C. K. Opoku, addressing the house