Since then, many interventions and support had gone to the aid of rebuilding the Community and giving affected families hope to live again.
Mr Henry Franklin Asangbah, who represented Dr Worlanyo Siabi, the Chief Executive of the Community Water and Sanitation Agency to do the kind gesture, said the Government through the Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources was committed to ensuring that their new environment was friendly and worth living in.
The CWSA, therefore, provided 14 digni-loo toilet facilities for all ages, 10 Veronica buckets with bowels and metallic stands and boxes of key soap among other logistics.
He said the Agency would in future carry out an assessment to ascertain how the relocated victims could be supplied with potable water.
The CWSA is mandated to ensure access and scaling up of water Systems, sanitation facilities among other safeguarding principles to peri-urban and rural settings of the country.