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Overview

The ‘Grassroots Open Government Using New Digital Tools’ Project is intended to enhance communication and information sharing between citizens and the local government in Tema Metropolitan Assembly. The project focuses on public service delivery in the areas of Health, Education and Sanitation.

The Project uses an integrated set of tested tools namely: an interactive online platform which is integrated with Mobile App, SMS, and traditional media such as Public forums, community radio and TV stations in the Tema Metropolitan Assembly.

This platform is to allow concerned citizens have a voice in how resources allocated for development are prudently utilised to eradicate poverty and stimulate wealth creation.


Sanitation



Location Amount Allocated Description Indicators Fund Source Department
Location Amount Allocated Description Indicators Fund Source Department
Abbatoir 2,500.00 Organize training for 30 butchers on meat hygiene in the Tema metropolis 30 butchers trained in meat hygiene in Tema metropolis IGF/Global Alliance Agric
metro wide 180,000 Ensure effective collection of waste in the Metropolis (at least once a week) Waste management service provided DACF/IGF/DDF MWMD
TMA 245,000.00 Procurement of backhoe excavator for sewerage system rehabilitation and other civil works sewerage system and other civil rehabilitated DACF/IGF/DDF MWMD
metro wide 250,000.00 Replacement of collapsed sewers and construction of damaged manholes collapsed sewers and damaged manholes constructed DACF/IGF/DDF MWMD
TMA 300,000.00 Purchase of sewer equipment for rodding, 3 dewatering machines and rehabilitation of pumping station sewer equipement for rodding and 3 dewatering machines purchased, pumping station rehabilitated DACF/IGF/DDF MWMD
metro wide 110,000.00 Rehabilitation of septage treatment plant Septage treatment plant rehabilitated DACF/IGF/DDF MWMD
metro wide 5,000.00 Organise public awareness programs to sensitize the people on cholera, malaria prevention, and other sanitation related diseases (12 schools, 15) Sensitization of the public on cholera, malaria and other sanitation related diseases undertaken IGF Health
metro wide 540,005.20 Drainage works within Tema Metropolis Functional drainage within Tema Metropolis GOG Urban roads
metro wide 5,000,000.00 Construct storm drains in the Metropolis (New Town, Community 5, Adjei Kojo) Storm drains in the Metropolis constructed GAMA Urban roads
TMA 1,000,000.00 Facilitate efficient management of solid waste (source segregation) in the Metropolis Solid waste management facilitated efficiently IGF MWMD
TMA 50,000,000 Facilitate efficient management of liquid waste (waste to energy) in the Metropolis Liquid waste management services improved Netherlands Wash MWMD
metro wide 8,500,000.00 Construct 35 improved Institutional toilets and water supply facilities in selected schools in the Tema Metropolis Construct 35 improved Institutional toilets and water supply facilities to selected schools in the Tema Metropolis GAMA MWMD
TMA 50,000 Provide tools and equipment to support clean-up excercises Tools and equipment to support clean-up exercises provided IGF MWMD
metro wide 30,000.00 Organize regular spraying of Malaria vector breeding areas (Marshy areas, under kiosks, open drains, refuse transfer stations All Malaria vector breeding areas (Marshy areas, under kiosks, open drains, refuse transfer stations IGF MEHD
metro wide 40,000.00 Facilitate the provision of household toilets under GAMA water and sanitation project Provision of household toilets under GAMA water and sanitation project implemented World Bank-GAMA MWMD
metro wide 6,000.00 Sensitize food vendors, traders, Faith based organizations and other Community based groups in hygiene food vendors, traders, faith based organizations and other community based groups in hygiene sensitized IGF MEHD
metro wide 4,000.00 Organize global hand washing day to sensitize the general public to wash hands properly with soap and water to prevent communicable Global hand washing day to sensitize the general public to wash hands properly with soap and water IGF SWCD

Education



Location Amount Allocated Description Indicators Fund Source Department
Location Amount Allocated Description Indicators Fund Source Department
metro wide 1,500.00 Supply of furniture for basic schools Furniture supplied for basic schools UDG 5 Works Dept.
metro wide 203,000.00 Rehabilitate schools in the Metropolis Schools in the Metropolis rehabilitated IGF/DACF Works Dept.
Mante-Din 14,000 Construction of two (2) storey 12-unit classroom block with ancillary facilities at Mante Din. Tema East (retention) Two (2) storey 12-unit classroom block with ancillary facilities at Mante Din. Tema East UDG2 Works Dept.
Manhean 14,000.00 Construction of one (1) Number 2-storey 12-unit classroom Block with Ancillary Facilities at Mexico School of Community 2 (retention) One (1) Number 2-storey 12-unit classroom block with ancillary facilities at Mexico School UDG2 Works Dept.
Manhean 15,000 Construction of 3-storey 12-unit classroom block with ancillary facilities at Manhean Anglican cluster of schools (retention) 3-storey 12-unit classroom block with ancillary facilities at Manhean Anglican cluster of schools DACF Works Dept.
Adjetey Ansah 13,000 Construction of 2-storey 12-unit classroom block with Ancillary facilities at Adjetey Ansah (retention) 2-storey 12-unit classroom block with Ancillary facilities at Adjetey Ansah constructed UDG4 Works Dept.
Batsonaa 300,000.00 Construction of 6 unit classroom block at Batsona TMA JHS 6 unit classroom block at Batsona TMA JHS constructed IGF Works Dept.
Mexico 300,000.00 Construction of 6 unit classroom block at Mexico School 6 unit classtoom block at Mexico School constructed IGF Works Dept.
Anglican 400,000.00 Construction of 9 unit classroom block at Anglican School 9 unit classroom block at Anglican School constructed DACF Works Dept.
Lashibi 600,000.00 Construction of 2 storey 12-unit classroom block with ancillary facilities at Lashibi TMA JHS 2 storey 12-unit classroom block with ancillary facilities at Lashibi TMA JHS constructed DACF Works Dept.
Adjei Kojo 1,097,000.00 Construction of 2-storey 12-unit classroom block with ancillary facilities including a police post of Adjei Kojo TMA JHS 2-storey 12-unit classroom block with ancillary facilities including a police post at Adjei Kojo TMA DDF Works Dept.
TMA 30,000.00 Provide funds for the organisation of best teacher awards in order to ensure effective teacher preparation, upgrading, and improvement Funds for the organisation of best teacher awards provided IGF MED
metro wide 11,000 Organize Library awareness week in order to upgrade the skills and knowledge of pupils Skills and knowledge of pupils upgraded through library awareness week IGF MED
metro wide 4,000 Organize science fairs at the sub-metro and metro levels Science fairs at the sub-metro and metro levels organized IGF MED
metro wide 15,000 Organize school enrolment through "My First Day at School" School enrolment through "My First Day at School" organised IGF MED
TMA 2,000.00 Organize SHEP activities SHEP activities carried out IGF MED
TMA 10,000 Organize ADEOP workshop ADEOP workshop organized IGF MED
TMA 10,000 Organize STME Clinic for girls STME Clinic for girls organised IGF MED
TMA 500,000 Monitor and ensure prompt payment for the Ghana school feeding programme Ghana school feeding programme caterers promptly paid IGF Central Adm.
TMA 2,000 Sensitization of Senior High Students on teenage pregnancy, and personal hygiene Senior High Students sensitized on teeange pregnancy and personal hygiene IGF SWCD
TMA 400,000 Provide funds for the award of scholarship for needy but brilliant students in the Metropolis in order to upgrade their skills and Feed for brilliant but needy paid IGF/DACF Central Adm.

Health



Location Amount Allocated Description Indicators Fund Source Department
Location Amount Allocated Description Indicators Fund Source Department
Manhean 18,000.00 Construction of 1No CHPS compound at Tema Manhean (retention) 1 No CHPS compound at Tema Manhean constructed DACF MED
Klagon 33,000.00 Construction of 2 No. CHPS compound at Klagon, Tema New Town (retention) 2 No. CHPS compound at Klagon, Tema New Town fully constructed UDG4 MED
TMA 15,000.00 Carry out international day for women and organize medical screening for staff of TMA International day for women organized IGF SWCD
TMA 50,000.00 Sensitization programme on cholera, yellow fever and ebola etc. Sensitization programme on cholera, yellow fever and ebola etc. carried out IGF SWCD
TMA 30,000.00 Organize Stakeholder meeting on maternal, child and adolescent health Stakeholder meeting on maternal, child and adolescent health organized IGF SWCD
TMA 13,000.00 Organise metro response initiative on HIV and AIDS Metro response initiative on HIV and AIDS organised DACF Central Adm.
TMA 20,000.00 Organise screening to detect communicable and non-communicable diseases, HIV AIDS/STI/TB/Polio and to reduce maternal mortality Screening to detect communicable and non-communicable diseases. HIV AIDS/STI/TB/Polio IGF Central Adm.

About District

Background

Tema, which serves as the administrative capital of the Tema Metropolitan is a coastal city situated 25 kilometres east of Accra, the national capital. The Greenwich Meridian (00 Longitude) passes through the city of Tema.  Until 1952, when the Government of Ghana decided to develop a deep seaport there, Tema was a small fishing village. Tema became an Autonomous Council in 1974 and was elevated to the status of a Metropolitan Assembly in December, 1990. The Metropolis was established by Legislative Instrument (L.I) 2033. Honourable Felix Mensah Nii Anang-La is the MCE. 

Tema metropolitan forms part of the sixteen (16) Metropolis, Municipalities and Districts in the Greater Accra Region. The Metropolitan shares boundaries with Ashaiman Municipal, Adentan Municipal, and ledzokuku Krowor Municipal to the west respectively, to the east with Kpone Katamanso District, to the North with Dangme West District and to the South with the Gulf of Guinea. 


The population of the metropolis according to 2010 population and housing census stands at 292,773 with 139,958 males and 152,815 females.

 

Mission

The Tema Metropolitan Assembly exists to improve the living standards of the people in the Metropolis by providing effective and efficient Metropolitan services within a conducive physical, socio-economic environment and established legal framework.

 

Vision

The Tema Metropolitan Assembly (TMA) envisions an international standard metropolis where its inhabitants will enjoy the full benefits of modernization and comfort on a peaceful, reliable and sustainable basis.



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