Out of the figure, nine have been recruited under the Youth in Prison module, six in the Fire Service module and 56 in the Coastal and Sanitation module.
Similarly three are engaged in the Youth in E-Health module, 85 engaged in Community Health Workers module and 77 are working under Community Education Assistant module.
Fifteen of them have been picked up under the Youth Environmental Protection Assistant module, 19 for the Paid Internship module and 40 for the afforestation module.
The District Chief Executive, Madam Mary Ama Agbenyenu disclosed these at a town hall meeting at Adidome, the district capital, on Wednesday.
She commended the District Business Advisory Centre for facilitating skills training programmes and access to funds for small and micro enterprises in the district.
“We are determined and prepared to ensure and promote the development agenda of the district assembly, so as to change the lives of our people and transform our district”, the DCE added.
From Alberto Mario Noretti, Adidome