Information services

Information services

The Resource Centre Network is the implementing body of the Knowlegde Management initiative in Ghana. The network provides information services for a wide range of stakeholders in the water and sanitation sector.

WASH Reflections

The WASH Reflections is a monthly review of the National level learning Alliance platform. The NLLAP is a WASH sector multi stakeholders with the overall goal of improving Sector learning and dialogue. This communique is intended to share with wider WASH community the most burning issues brought up during the meeting.


The RCN newsletter, dubbed, the Ghana WASH News provides information on developments in the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector. It also reviews sector learning events in the form of special editions. This newsletter is a product of the sector institutional partnership network, RCN and coordinated by the secretariat.

WASH sector publications

WASH sector publications related to Ghana can be found in this folder. As well as other relevant sources which publish documents relevant to Ghana's WASH sector.

WASH in Schools

Documents and reports about water supply, sanitation and hygiene in schools in Ghana.

Blue Pages

This is a sector directory with current information on all relevant WASH organisations in Ghana.

Factsheets and briefing notes

Factsheets on topics such as solid waste disposal, learning alliances and the Tripartite Partnership Project.

WASH Digest

Welcome to the Ghana WASH Digest! This is a periodical that seeks to highlight topical sector issues in order to influence dialogue and sector thinking. The third edition (2021) highlights main findings from the review of the National Level Learning Alliance Platform (NLLAP). NLLAP is a WASH sector multi stakeholder platform with the overall goal of improving sector learning and dialogue. The review was conducted in November/ December, 2021 with key sector stakeholder interviews to understand their perspectives on the relevance of the learning platform in facilitating dialogue and partnerships for improved sector performance in Ghana.

This first edition took a snap shot of the Ghana WASH sector (2017/2018) and the second edition (2019/2020) focused on the changing financing landscape and the role of local government for citywide sanitation service delivery. 

Happy reading!

Enquiry Services

The Resource Centre Network is setting up information and enquiry services within the Ghana water and sanitation sector.