02/09/2023 – The Nsawam Adoagyiri Municipal Assembly Environmental Health Department took a proactive step toward improving community hygiene by organizing a successful clean-up exercise in the communities of Gyankrom and Ahodwo. Led by Mr. Joseph Krampah, the Municipal Environmental Health Officer, the event brought together residents and stakeholders in a concerted effort to promote a cleaner and healthier environment.

Early in the morning, a sense of unity and purpose filled the air as community members gathered with brooms, rakes, and garbage bags in hand, ready to tackle the litter and debris that had accumulated in their neighborhoods. The event was part of the ongoing commitment of the Municipal Assembly to address environmental challenges and foster community participation in keeping their surroundings clean.

Mr. Joseph Krampah, who spearheaded the initiative, emphasized the importance of community involvement in maintaining a clean and safe environment. He noted, “A clean environment is essential for good health and quality of life. It’s heartwarming to see the residents of Gyankrom and Ahodwo come together for this clean-up exercise, demonstrating their dedication to the well-being of their communities.”

During the clean-up exercise, participants worked tirelessly to remove trash, clear overgrown vegetation, and beautify public spaces. The exercise not only enhanced the visual appeal of Gyankrom and Ahodwo but also contributed to preventing the spread of diseases and creating a safer environment for all residents.

Local residents expressed their gratitude for the initiative and the opportunity to contribute to their community’s cleanliness. One resident, Abena Ofori, said, “I am delighted to be part of this exercise. It’s our responsibility to keep our environment clean, and events like this one remind us of our duty.”

The Nsawam Adoagyiri Municipal Assembly Environmental Health Department plans to continue organizing similar clean-up exercises in various communities throughout the municipality. Their commitment to environmental sustainability aligns with broader goals of promoting public health and well-being.

As the clean-up exercise concluded, the residents of Gyankrom and Ahodwo enjoyed a cleaner, more inviting environment, and the event served as a powerful reminder of the positive impact that community-driven initiatives can have on the overall quality of life.

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