HYDRAULIC PUMPS FOR OUAMESSIONKAHA POPULATIONS | SIPRA

HYDRAULIC PUMPS FOR OUAMESSIONKAHA POPULATIONS


 HYDRAULIC PUMPS FOR OUAMESSIONKAHA POPULATIONS - SIPRA


SIPRA proceeded Wednesday, January 20, 2016 to the delivery of two hydraulic pumps rehabilitated to the populations of OUAMESSIONKAHA, host village of the intensive corn production project initiated by SIPRA since 2014 and located 30 km from the Department of Dikodougou in the north of the Ivory Coast. 


These rehabilitations were carried out by SIPRA as part of the social actions initiated to improve the living conditions of the populations of the area. This ceremony took place in the presence of the Prefect of the Department of DIKODOUGOU, Mr. KOUACOU N'Dri and the customary authorities. The Prefect wished to thank SIPRA for the hope it arouses for the revitalization of the economic life of the region and the improvement of living conditions and living environments. 

As for the people, they expressed their immense joy and thanked the Director General of SIPRA by the voice of the customary authorities. They expressed their gratitude for the great service that SIPRA provided to the population for access to drinking water with pumps completely renovated. The Director General and the Prefect cut the ribbon, thus officially handing over the hydraulic pumps to the population.


Publié le : 01/09/16

HYDRAULIC PUMPS FOR OUAMESSIONKAHA POPULATIONS


 HYDRAULIC PUMPS FOR OUAMESSIONKAHA POPULATIONS - SIPRA


SIPRA proceeded Wednesday, January 20, 2016 to the delivery of two hydraulic pumps rehabilitated to the populations of OUAMESSIONKAHA, host village of the intensive corn production project initiated by SIPRA since 2014 and located 30 km from the Department of Dikodougou in the north of the Ivory Coast. 


These rehabilitations were carried out by SIPRA as part of the social actions initiated to improve the living conditions of the populations of the area. This ceremony took place in the presence of the Prefect of the Department of DIKODOUGOU, Mr. KOUACOU N'Dri and the customary authorities. The Prefect wished to thank SIPRA for the hope it arouses for the revitalization of the economic life of the region and the improvement of living conditions and living environments. 

As for the people, they expressed their immense joy and thanked the Director General of SIPRA by the voice of the customary authorities. They expressed their gratitude for the great service that SIPRA provided to the population for access to drinking water with pumps completely renovated. The Director General and the Prefect cut the ribbon, thus officially handing over the hydraulic pumps to the population.


: 01/09/16