By Edmund Quaynor, GNA
Koforidua, Aug. 9, GNA - The Koforidua Diocese of the Anglican Church has called on the government and other stakeholders to help find lasting solutions to the annual floods in parts of the country.
The Church observed that recent solutions to the problem seemed not to be yielding the desired results and the situation seemed to be getting worse.
This was contained in a communiqué issued by the Diocese at the end of the third session of the twelfth Synod of the Church at Koforidua.
The communiqué called on the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) and other implementation agencies to improve upon their strategies for flood prevention and the care and support for flood victims.
The communiqué expressed appreciation to government for the introduction of the free Senior High School policy, various interventions to create jobs to reduce unemployment in the country and the fight against illegal mining to protect water bodies.