National Level Learning Alliance Platform (NLLAP)

National Level Learning Alliance Platform (NLLAP)

The NLLAP is a WASH sector multi stakeholder platform with the overall goal of improving sector learning and dialogue. It is hosted by the Ghana WASH Resource Centre Network (RCN). The platform offers learning and sharing opportunity for sector players as one of the practical approaches to improving sector engagements/sharing with the long term aim of achieving a knowledge driven WASH sector that delivers quality and sustainable services in Ghana. NLLAP meetings are organized and facilitated by the Ghana WASH Resource Centre Network (RCN), and take place on the last Thursday of every month. They are open to all interested parties. The discussions of each NLLAP meeting are summarized and shared with the wider WASH community in the form of a communiqué after the meeting. The topics of upcoming meetings are decided on by the RCN secretariat.

NLLAP 55

NLLAP 55. Submitted.

NLLAP 55 took place on Thursday June 9, 2016 at the Coconut Grove Hotel in Accra on the theme "Dialogue and Dissent in Ghana - Watershed Project Context Analysis Validation Session". The platform hosted the strategic partners (Akvo, Simavi, Wetlands and IRC) led by IRC with support from the Dutch Government and chaired by the MWRWH        

NLLAP 51 (Water within your reach: Upscaling Roof Rainwater Harvesting)

NLLAP 51 (Water within your reach: Upscaling Roof Rainwater Harvesting). Submitted.

NLLAP 51 took place on July 30, 2015 at the Coconut Grove Hotel, Accra on the theme, “Water within your reach: Upscaling Roof Rainwater Harvesting for Institutional and Domestic water supply in Ghana”. This session hosted  CSIR-WRI and CSIR-STEPRI in collaboration with Sintef Technology of Norway and with funding from the Nordic Development Fund (NDF)

NLLAP 46 (“Scaling up CLTS in Ghana: opportunities and challenges”}

NLLAP 46 (“Scaling up CLTS in Ghana: opportunities and challenges”}. Submitted.

 NLLAP 46 took on Friday, 26th September, 2014 at the Erata Hotel in Accra on the theme, “Scaling up CLTS in Ghana: opportunities and challenges”. The platform hosted Environmental Health and Sanitation Directorate (EHSD) under the Sanitation Knowledge Management Initiative (SKMI - partners -EHSD, UNICEF, IRC, TREND, KNUST, and RCN) and supported by UNICEF and Canada. They shared and discussed the community-led total sanitation (CLTS) scale-up in Ghana progress briefing, some success stories, opportunities and challenges with the implementation.

NLLAP 45 - The Sanitation Crisis in Accra

NLLAP 45 - The Sanitation Crisis in Accra. Submitted.

NLLAP 45 took place on Tuesday, 26th August, 2014 at the Coconut Grove Hotel in Accra on the theme, “The Sanitation Crisis in Accra – The Evidence and Investment Options in Low Income Urban Communities (The SaniPath Rapid Assessment Tool)”. This platform hosted the SaniPath project team of experts from the Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research, Water Research Institute of CSIR, International Water Management Institute, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Hygiene, the Center for Global Safe Water at Emory University and TREND.

NLLAP 44 (The Current National Sanitation Challenges and the potential role of ED approach)

NLLAP 44 (The Current National Sanitation Challenges and the potential role of ED approach). Submitted.

NLLAP 44 took place on July 22, 2014 at the Erata Hotel in Accra on the theme, “The Current National Sanitation Challenges and the potential role of Endogenous Development Approach (ED) in Ghana”. The platform hosted WaterAid Ghana (WAG) and the Center for Indigenous Development (CIKOD). Issues of African indigenous sciences and the potential for endogenous development and innovative strategies for including culture, local and indigenous knowledge and African worldviews in development planning was shared.

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