Category: General

Rapid Assessment

As part of the voluntary national review (VNR) process; the National Development Planning Commission (NDPS) together with its partners (ICC) undertook a rapid assessment to fill-in data gaps in reporting on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The VNR is being undertaken to report on the SDGs in Ghana. The report when completed would be submitted at the High Level Political Forum in New York.

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Send Off Ceremony

There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens: a time to be born and a time to die, a time to plant and a time to uproot, a time to kill and a time to heal, a time to tear down and a time to build, a time to weep and a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to dance, a time to scatter stones and a time to gather them, a time to embrace and a time to refrain from embracing, a time to search and a time to give up, a time to keep and a time to throw away, a time to tear and a time to mend, a time to be silent and a time to speak, a time to love and a time to hate, a time for war and a time for peace. What do workers gain from their toil? I have seen the burden God has laid on the human race. He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the human heart; yet no one can fathom what God has done from beginning to end. (Ecclesiastes 3:1-11 NIV)

The journey of life is not an easy task to deal with. It comes with different folds every day. Sometimes rough, sometimes smooth. It takes the Grace and Favor of God for one to work till pension. The case has not been different with Mr. Samuel Yirenkyi Appiah (Outgoing DCD of Suaman Dadieso District Assembly). He has served the nation tirelessly and it is time for him to say goodbye to the Service as he attains 60 years as the constitution of Ghana deems it the age of retirement and it fulfills the adage in Akan “Bɛrima bɛyɛɛ bi na wambɛyɛ ninyinaa.” Meaning one cannot do all. A service well rendered is worth paying. The staff and other dignitaries of the District could not just say goodbye but also made merry with him on his special day to make it a memorable one.


The Management and staff of Suaman District Assembly wish to express our profound gratitude to you for your time with us as District Coordinating Director. We thank you for being a great Mentor and a father to us all, you showed exemplary leadership and guided us at work in many ways. We say a big thank you and we pray that the Good Lord continue to Bless you and we wish you the very best in all your endeavors.


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Environmental Study Tour For Junior Staff of Course 77

On the Tuesday 29th March 2022, the Suaman District Assembly held an Environmental study for Junior Staff Course 77. The meeting begun at exactly 9:00Am at the Conference Hall of the Assembly. Opening prayer was said and an introduction of dignitaries followed. A welcome Address was given by the Hon. D.C.E (Hon. Philip Kwabena Boahen). A brief remarks was given by the leader of the delegation after Hon. D.C.E was done with his speech.  The meeting continued with a presentation by Mr. Koomson Daniel (Assistant Agriculture Officer). He presented on the Impact of covid on Agriculture activities and how we can enhance Agro-processing in the district.

Under how Covid affected the Agriculture in the district, he touched on the following;

  • Price of commodities compared to period prior to lock down
  • Challenges with marketing of foodstuffs

Under how to enhance agriculture in the district, he highlighted on;

  • Availability of modern agro-processing facilities and equipment.
  • Education and sensitization.
  • Ready market for processed agricultural products.
  • Ban on the importation of processed agricultural product to encourage local consumption.

He brought his presentation to an end Mr. Joseph Addo Gyan (Assistant Director IIB) from the Central Administration continued and presented on how various security agencies and civil authorities can collaborate to improve security in western north region to promote socio-economic development and reducing the impact of illegal mining on the socio-economic development in the western north region.

He spoke on;

  • Challenges to the effective collaboration between security agencies and civil authorities
  • Ways to promote collaboration between civil authorities and security agencies
  • Benefits of peace and security on socio-economic development
  • Causes of illegal mining
  • Effect of galamsey on the environment
  • Solutions to curb illegal mining

He brought his presentation to an end there was time for Questions and Answers. Hon. D.C.E was presented with a plague. Closing remarks was said by the leader of the delegation followed by vote of thanks and the meeting was brought to an end. 

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Distribution of items to Disabled

As part of the Development of Social Welfare and Community Development mandate to ensure that funds allocated to PWDs in Suaman Districts are utilized effectively, the Disability Fund Management Committee (DFMC) in collaboration with the Department of Social Welfare and Community disbursed items and cash to some selected PWDs in the District on Thursday, 10th March 2022 at the conference hall of Suaman District Assembly.


The disbursement was grouped into 5 categories as depicted in the table below




(Income generating Activities)

Deep Freezer & Fufu Machine


(Business Expansion & Self Support)









(Wheel Chairs)

Wheel Chair



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DCE Handing Over Ceremony

Hon. Christian Baah had a successful working service with the Suman District Assembly and with his term coming to an end, the Hon. Philip Kwabena Boahen received the baton to lead the SUADA for another term of service.

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