The Department of Feeder Roads is an agency under the ministry of Roads and Highways. The Ministry of Roads and Highways is in charge of road infrastructure agencies.
These agencies are the Ghana Highways Authority, the Department of Feeder Roads and the Department of Urban Roads as well as Ghana Road Fund. All policy objectives and
initiatives are therefore in sink with the ministry of Roads and Highways
TRANSPARENCY AND CONVENIENCE
The Department oF Roads endeavours to provide its clients/customers with all the information they need to access our services..
Information sheets, pamphlets are available at our client/customer service units.
A suggestion box is also available at our client/customer service unit to facilitate feedback on the quality of our services..
Client/customer services surveys are conducted once a year and the result published..
We provide a clean, healthy and friendly reception area. .
The Department of Feeder Roads exists to facilitate the provision of safe, all weather accessible feeder roads at optimum cost to enhance the movement of people,
goods and services and to promote socio economic development of rural communities, in particular agriculture through the use of labour and capital intensive technologies.
To ensure that 80% of rural communities in Ghana can access a feeder road within 2km radius at optimum cost under a decentralized system by the year 2020.
OUR CORE VALUES
Team-Work,innovation,economy, efficiency, accountability, quality, effectiveness, transparency, timeliness, professionalism,respect for employees, social responsibility, honesty and integrity.
The Department oF Roads administers the feeder roads network and related facilities in Ghana. Re-introduction of Labour-Based Technology (LBT).The Department of Feeder Roads (DFR) has since 1986 been promoting in Ghana
the use of Labour Based Technology (LBT) in the rehabilitation and maintenance of feeder roads in creating employment. This policy was reintroduced in 2009. A key successful factor for the project is the
prompt payment of contractors for works done. As of May 2014, payments of invoices for works executed under LBT have been very timely/prompt through a special concession by the Ghana Road Fund.
WHAT WE STRIVE FOR
Systematic compilation of data which can be accessible to the public on demand in the shortest possible time.
Continued improvement in our service delivery.
Provision of information in an open and transparent manner.
High levels of efficiency and integrity in the vetting and precessing of payment certificates/ invoices for payment of contracts.