Joana Gyan Drives Economic Growth and Job Creation in Amenfi Central

by Louisa Afful
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Wassa Agona, Amenfi Central – June 2024

Joana Gyan, an enterprising entrepreneur and parliamentary candidate for the Amenfi Central Constituency, has been instrumental in creating employment and fostering economic development in her community. Over the past six months, she established a block factory in Wassa Agona, which has provided jobs for over 40 youth in the area.

Gyan recognized the urgent need for job creation in Amenfi Central and took decisive action. She invested her resources and expertise to set up a sustainable business that produces high-quality building blocks for both residential and commercial use. This factory not only meets the local demand for construction materials but also offers a stable livelihood to many young people in the community.

The block factory’s impact has been significant. By employing over 40 youth, Gyan has improved their living standards and empowered them to contribute to local development. This initiative has stimulated economic growth within Amenfi Central, making a tangible difference in the lives of its residents.

Beyond job creation, Gyan has implemented training programs within the factory to equip employees with essential technical skills. These programs enhance their employability and promote self-sufficiency, ensuring that the youth are well-prepared for the job market.

Gyan’s vision extends further; she plans to expand the factory to create more employment opportunities. This expansion aims to boost local employment rates and attract more investments, fostering further economic growth in the constituency.

In addition to the block factory, Gyan has spearheaded several physical projects in Amenfi Central: She has drilled 5 mechanized boreholes in Agona Amenfi, Jeduakese, and Agona Nyamebekyere, renovated classroom blocks in Agona Nyamebekyere and Agona Amenfi, supported the mechanizing of a borehole in Ohenekrom, funded the construction and maintenance of bridges in Asasetre and Dwete, donated a 5000-litre poly-tank to Ankamateng, provided roofing sheets for Bonsie Islamic School and materials for a durbar center in Manso Amenfi and supported various self-help projects with cement donations in several communities.

Gyan’s contributions also include human resource development and support: She has paid admission fees for a university student in Pensanom and supported two other students with 60% of their fees, donated sewing machines to youths in Wassa Bekwai and Amuni, and sponsored a surgical operation for a sick individual in Kyeikrom.

Other significant interventions by Gyan include replacing power transformers in Kyeikrom and Wuratrem Domeabra, supporting a CHPS compound with equipment, facilitating free health screenings for over 2000 people, and providing food and clothing support to over 2000 individuals in Agona Amenfi.

All these projects have been singlehandedly funded and implemented by Joana Gyan without any governmental support. Her dedication to Amenfi Central exemplifies the profound impact that committed individuals can have on their communities.

Joana Gyan’s initiatives have not only improved lives but have also set a benchmark for sustainable development in Amenfi Central, Ghana, and beyond. Her community stands firmly behind her as she aims to bring even more positive change as an MP for the next four years.

Source ~ https://hotstoriesgh.com/


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Edmund Fugar June 6, 2024 - 11:29 pm

If every parliamentary candidate will also put it on him or herself as Joana Gyan did to foster economic growth in the community under their respective constituencies, then I guess that’s going to bring about employment which unemployed youths could venture into and besides there would be development in such places.

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