IN light of the current COVID-19 crisis, the Community Access Urban and Strengthening Enhancement (CAUSE) Project through the World Bank has continued to offer job opportunities for the unemployed.
The project is currently focused on Honiara, Malaita and Western Provinces.
And one of its success stories is the implementation of various projects in the communities and most of all providing employment for unemployed youths.
Since the COVID-19 outbreak the project came to a brief stop and has resumed again.
In Gizo, Western Province the project continues to provide jobs for many residents.
It has also helped to facelift the township as projects continue to flow.
So far many areas and communities in Gizo have started to see new infrastructure development with the construction of Jacob’s ladder, jetties, footpaths and culverts.
So far two new market jetties are within their completion stage as CAUSE Workers are not wasting any time but continue to focus on their tasks.
Many residents have expressed support for the CAUSE Project which has made a lot of great impacts to the lives of the residents.
They said they also expressed excitement to CAUSE because it provides a lot of opportunities for unemployed people to get involved and get something productive.
Meanwhile, two new Jacobs Ladders are set to be completed and construction for Gizo.
The first one is nearly completed which is located at the old shortcut road from the Solomon Power Office and all the way up to the Corner Shop road in Tophill Street.
The other Jacob’s ladder that will be next to be constructed is at the Jah mountain area.
By ULUTAH GINA
Gizo News Bureau