On the last day of the training there was a closing ceremony organized for participants.
1. Representatives from wildfire management project
2. The district Chief Executive
3. Representative from Regional Head Quarters of the Ghana National Fire Service
4. Representative from The District Head Quarters of the Ghana National Fire Service
5. The Media
The above representatives gave their consent to the project and promised to support the project to help to sustain it in the District.
The District Chief Executive further said that this project should be extended to the other Communities for those places are prone to fires.
Participants gladly promised their commitment to do the work as they have been trained.
About 95% trained peer educators did commit themselves to the education and have shown interest to continue the programme any time.
Staff of RANET also carried the work to their maximum capability in the Training project.
Beneficiaries gladly received the Education and gladly pledged to spread the information to their neighbors.
The District Chief Executive gladly welcomed the project into the district and pledged his commitment to support the project. He released the conference Hall for the programme at the District Assembly.
Wildfire Management Project (Forestry Commission) has also shown commitments in the project of RANET in the Antibush-fire programme. They have so far been our major partners in this project into the various communities. Funds for sponsorship has all been taken care of by this office.
RANET even though do not have enough funds but has been able to carry on numerous antibush-fire educations and has also been able to motivate its beneficiaries to keep the mantle to stop bush fires and spread the information about the project.