It is an exciting day in Panaaba, a farming community in the Asutifi North District of the newly created Ahafo Region in Ghana. The people led by Nana Attakorah Amaniapong, a representative of the Chief of Panaaba, are gathered under a mango tree to welcome two guests from the Conrad Hilton Foundation; Vice President of Strategy and Programs – Marc J. Holley, and Senior Program Officer - Chris Dunston.
World Vision has launched a Schools Sanitation Solution challenge to encourage students to write an open letter to the President of the Republic of Ghana and to identify a major sanitation problem in their schools or communities.
Accra, Ghana, December 10, 2019 - IRC Ghana, WaterAid Ghana and Water4/ Access Development, in collaboration with their respective target District Assemblies - Asutifi North in the Ahafo Region, Bongo in the Upper East Region and Wassa East Municipal in the Western Region, jointly convened the second national learning exchange on district-wide initiative focused on strengthening strong local systems to deliver safe and sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services for everyone.
The Resource Centre Network (RCN), in collaboration with WaterAid Ghana organized a national dissemination meeting on “Budget Tracking and Analysis of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Expenditure in Bongo and Kassena Nankana West Districts,” on Thursday, August 22, 2019 at the Coconut Grove Hotel in Accra at 9am. Find below synopsis of budget tracking and analysis of WASH expenditure in Bongo and Kassena Nankana West District.
The winners of the Dignified City Award, the last stage of the UK Aid-funded Sanitation Challenge for Ghana Prize, were announced on Wednesday 24 July 2019 at a grand award ceremony at the Marriott Hotel in Accra, Ghana. Nine Metropolitan Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) were awarded a total prize purse of £1,285,000 for excellence in the implementation of urban liquid waste management strategies and exploring inclusive partnership to influence innovations, expertise and investments in the target localities towards bringing transformational changes to city-wide sanitation service delivery.
The UK-Aid funded Sanitation Challenge for Ghana Dignified City Award event recognized 6 private partners with a total cash prize of USD 225,000 for excellence in working with local governments in implementing urban liquid waste management strategies July 24, 2019 in Accra, Ghana. The 6 winners of the Bill and Melinda Gate Foundation-supported private sector and non-state actor Prize, a component of the final stage of the Sanitation Challenge for Ghana, were announced and presented with the awards under the distinguished patronage of the Office of the President of the republic of Ghana and hosted by the Minister for Sanitation and Water Resources.
The Resource Centre Network (RCN), in collaboration with MSWR and IRC Ghana, invite you to the National Learning Alliance Platform (NLLAP) on Thursday April 11, 2019 at the Coconut Grove Hotel (09:00-13:00) on the above theme. Empowerment in WASH Index (EWI) - A tool for measuring empowerment in the WASH sector, capturing multiple dimensions of empowerment - thereby ensuring inclusive and sustainable WASH services has been developed. The Queen’s University, Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) and IRC will lead the discussion under the DfID-funded REACH Empowerment in WASH Project.
The Vice President Alhaji Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has indicated government’s preparedness to partner with private investors in the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector to turn the current seemingly helpless sanitation situation into viable job creation opportunities for the youth.
The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, on Thursday, 7th September, 2017, inaugurated a 15-member Inter-Ministerial Committee for the implementation of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP) is seeking the services of Consultant(s), Individual Researchers and Research Institutions to undertake an international comparative study of models for Ghana’s proposed National Sanitation Authority (NSA), and associated support to the Government of Ghana’s decision-making around design of the NSA.