Hive Ecosystem hands over mechanize borehole to Nanton Kpawumo residents


The Hive Ecosystem, a nonprofit organisation in the Northern Region has handed over a mechanize borehole to the people of Nanton Kpawumo a farming community in the Sagnarigu Municipality of the Northern Region. 

The Hive Ecosystem is an organization committed to empowering community initiatives and enhancing environmental sustainability in the Northern Region. 

The facility is aimed at addressing water challenges experienced in the area most especially dry season, which adversely affects women and school children. 

It is also to improve water, sanitation, and hygiene practices in the area to prevent waterborne disease outbreaks. 

Mr Abdul-Wahab Osman, a representative of Hive Ecosystem in the Northern Region, who inaugurated the facility at a ceremony in the community, said it formed part of the organisation’s shared vision of creating positive change and enhancing the quality of livelihoods in communities. 

He said the facility was a commitment to enforcing collaboration and corporate social responsibility in community development. 

He added that clean and accessible water was the cornerstone of healthy communities and sustainable development, adding the facility would elevate the living standards of the people and empower them. 

Mr. Abdul-Wahab thus urged residents to own the facility by ensuring that it was properly taken care of and regularly maintained to continue to serve them. 

Assembly Member of the Taha-Kpawumo Electoral Area, Mr. Abdul-Fataw Yahaya, in his remarks said the provision of the facility was a great relief for the community as it had ended their daily struggles in search of potable water. 

Madam Fuseini Ayishetu, a resident of Nanton-Kpawumo, narrated how they competed with animals at the community dam for water saying “with the inauguration of this facility, we can now have access to potable water. Our children will not miss lessons in school because of water shortage.” 

She expressed gratitude to Hive Ecosystem and pledged their commitment to protect and maintain the facility to ensure it continued to serve them. 

Story By: Alhassan Yakubu | |Ghana.

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