||Community-Based Health Planning
and Services (CHPS)
|Increasing Access to Quality Basic Primary Health Care in 6 Coastal Districts in the Western Region
||Six (6) Frontline Districts of WR
-Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolitan Authority (STMA)
|Phase 4 (2015)=18CHPs built
[Phase 3(2014)=25 CHPs built
213 Community Health Officers trained
401-Community Health Volunteers
413 Community Health Mgt Committees
Completed community durbars for Phase 4 CHPS zones and introduce the trained CHVs and CHMCs to their various communities in all the 6 coastal districts.
• Completed Support Supervisions exercise for phase 2 & 3 CHPS zones for the 6 districts.
• Progressed with the project documentary video assignment
||Enterprise Development Centre (EDC)
||Enhancing opportunities for Ghanaian SMEs in the oil and gas industry
||Business Training for Ghana SMEs
||The Centre has established a secure, comprehensive on-line database of GhSMEs
GhSMEs benefited from a series of one-to-one coaching, mentoring and other developmental services from the Centre.
The EDC continues to provide updated procurement requirements of IOCs, major contractors,and sub-contractors,as well as other emerging opportunities in the industry to GhSMEs on a monthly basis.
Government and donor organisations to identify financing gaps and opportunities and a final report submitted with recommendations to the Project Steering Committee (PSC) on how to address the gaps.
|Jubilee Partners, and Government
||Development of phase 2 concept is in progress
||Jubilee Technical Training Center (JTTC) at Takoradi Polytechnic
||To improve technical education in the oil and gas industry
Flagship facility for training the youth in two critical areas in the oil and gas industry namely, Process Engineering and Instrumentation and Control Programmes
||Ghanaian industry and non-industry workers who want to polish their trade skills
||Training for the third batch of trainees completed
Hess-GNPC Scholars’ Programme
||To improve the quality of technical, teacher and vocational training
||Basic JHS School Graduates from Western Region
2015= 125 scholars
||To engage fishermen, fishmonger and the coastal communities
to deepen our Jubilee and TEN Safety Zone educational campaign
|All coastal communities in our operational areas