In a move to strengthen the supervision directorate of the Ghana Education Service in the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba district, the assembly on Ghana's 59th Independence Anniversary presented eight motorbikes to the directorate.
The number brings to 16 motorbikes that has been given to the directorate since last year to enable circuit supervisors execute their mandate. Read More ..
District Chief Executive for Sawla-Tuna-Kalba district, Alhaji Mumuni Isaac Dramani, has moved to address what he believes is the greatest challenge facing the area: a lack of basic education teachers.
Speaking at the Appreciation Day of the Complementary Basic Education (CBE) programme at Sawla, he said the Assembly is recruiting community volunteers as a stop-gap measure to fill about four hundred teachers’ vacancies. Read More ..
The Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District in the Northern Region, has achieved 80 per cent access to education in terms of school infrastructure, Alhaji Mumuni Isaac Dramani, the District Chief Executive (DCE) has said.
He said the district assembly has invested sufficient resources into school infrastructure, a number of classroom blocks, dormitories, teachers’ quarters, dining halls and the supply of 4,500 dual desks to schools, 850 teachers’ tables and chairs and 2,500 kindergarten tables. Read More ..
Cerebro Spinal Meningitis (CSM) has hit the Sawla/Tuna/Kalba District of the Northern Region killing three people and affecting 30 others.
Alhaji Mumuni Isaac Dramani, District Chief Executive for Sawla/Tuna/Kalba, who announced this during the Independence Day anniversary celebration at Sawla, said “though the cases are rising there is no cause for alarm as the health authorities are on top of the issue”.
Alhaji Dramani urged health authorities in the district to embark on public education campaigns on the disease across the district to prevent its further spread. Read More ..