The Resource Centre Network (RCN) is an institutional partnership that promotes Knowledge Management (KM) services within the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector in Ghana.

Announcement: Mole XXVIII Conference

First Announcement and Call for Registration

The Coalition of NGOs in Water and Sanitation (CONIWAS) wishes to announce for the information and registration of prospective participants and all WASH sector stakeholders that the Mole XXVIII Conference is scheduled as follows:

Theme: ''Ghana's Lower Middle Income Status:Implications for Improved WASH Services Delivery- Role of Government and Private Sector"

Global Communities Invents Plastic Slab Latrine To Replace Wooden And Cement Slabs

Global Communities, an International Non-Governmental Organisation in collaboration with the Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources and Duraplast Ghana, a plastic manufacturing company in Ghana has developed a plastic slab latrine they have christened “Digni Loo” to replace non-resilient wooden and unaffordable cement slaps currently being used in the construction of household latrines in most rural areas in Ghana.

UNICEF Advocates For Information Sharing And Learning To Accelerate Rural Sanitation In Ghana

The UNICEF Ghana Chief of WASH, Mr. David Duncan has advised WASH sector partners to share more information on WASH programme implementation in the rural areas which were yielding results in order to accelerate the process of scaling up Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) across the country.

Sanitation agency, Gates Foundation set aside $ 22,500 for Ghana’s waste management

The Community Water and Sanitation Agency in collaboration with Bill and Millender Gates Foundation (BMGF) have set aside $22,500 prize package to motivate private and non-state actor innovators implement liquid waste management strategies in the country.

Adhere to National Guidelines in CLTS Implementation-WASH Sector Stakeholders Advised

The Minister for Sanitation and Water Resources (MSWR) Mr. Joseph Kofi Adda has urged all WASH sector players to adhere to the National Guidelines in the implementation of their Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) programmes rather than the project-specific guidelines currently being used by some organisations.