Abibiman Foundation, a Tema-based Non Governmental Organisation that promotes livelihoods and development has called on government to ensure that the right steps are taken to prevent the wastage in the usage of water.
Coverage, slippage, stagnation, universal access, asset management, sustainable cost recovery, capital maintenance. Progressive realisation, prohibition of retrogression, permissible retrogression, use of maximum available resources.
The Local Government Workers Union (LGWU) has pledged its commitment to work with Mr. Akwasi Oppong-Fosu, new Minister of Local Government and Rural Development towards efficient service delivery in Ghana’s decentralization programme.
Over 170,000 people in Africa are already planning to take part in walks for water in 25 countries including Ghana, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Nigeria, Uganda, Kenya, Zambia, Malawi and Madagascar in the month of March this year.
The Daboase Water Treatment Headworks in the Sekondi/Takoradi metropolis is to be expanded to produce 22 million gallons of water a day to meet the growing demand resulting from the rise in the population of residents of the metropolis.
The Brong-Ahafo Regional Directorate of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has called for collaboration with stakeholders in ensuring environmental best practices for the early detection of any change in water quality in the Region.
We are very excited that the “Monitoring Sustainable WASH Service Delivery Symposium” is right around the corner—seven weeks away to be exact! In this third announcement, we share with you the draft programme for the event. Want to know what will be discussed during the topic sessions? Curious to know more about extra sessions and side events? Read the up-to-date topic descriptions and information on all sessions.
Stakeholders in the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector in the Northern Region have met to establish a quarterly multi-stakeholder learning and sharing platform, the Regional Level Learning Alliance Platform (RLLAP), in Tamale. This is to promote vibrant regional WASH sector dialogue through reflective sharing of ideas, experiences and best practices, and to synchronise project activities and initiatives for efficient service delivery
ODI together with WaterAid and IRC is pleased to invite you to a launch event, seminar and photo exhibition on Achieving water security: global concerns and local realities, to be held at ODI on 6th February 2013, 5.15 - 6.45 pm.
Dr Beatrix Allah-Mensah, Senior Social Development Specialist, World Bank, Tuesday said institutional arrangements, approaches and methodologies for developing, use and management of water and sanitation services needed to be looked at again so as to factor in gender and household–based elements.
Professor Chris Gordon, Director, Institute of Environment and Sanitation, University of Ghana, Legon, on Tuesday said open defecation cost Ghana $79 million per year, where as it would require less than one million latrines to eliminate the practice.
President John Dramani Mahama on Wednesday said the attitude of dumping garbage into gutters and drains was not only a health threat, but an impediment to the achievement of Millennium Development Goal on sanitation
The Mayor of Accra, Mr Alfred Okoe Vanderpuye has assured that in the Accra Metropolitan Assemply’s bid to improve the sanitary conditions of the capital, it will eliminate the use of pan latrines this year.
Bongo-Tankoo Noyine Co-Operative Farmers Society Limited (TANDA), in the Bongo District of the Upper East Region is appealing for support to help mechanize a high yielding borehole for irrigation in the Tankoo community.
The WASH sector Resource Centre Network (RCN) hosted , IRC Ghana and the WASHCost Ghana team, on the successful end of project sharing and also for the Life Cycle Cost Approach (LCCA) Training from 29-30 November, 2012 at the Coconut Grove Regency Hotel (the Banquet hall), Accra. The discussions were led with presentations from Dr Catarina Fonseca of IRC international and Dr Kwabena Nyarko of DCE/KUNST.
The WASHCost Ghana End-of-Project meeting has been held in Accra. The meeting was also used as a National Seminar on Life Cycle Cost Approach (LCCA) for sustainable costing for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) service delivery. It was under the theme: Costing Sustainable Rural Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Services in Ghana.
The water consultation is part of the UN-system led “global dialogue” comprising of 50 - 100 Country Consultations and eleven global Thematic Consultations, among them the one on water. It is co-led by UN-Water, UNDESA and UNICEF.
Accra, Nov. 8, GNA – The Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA), the political risk insurance arm of the World Bank Group, on Thursday announced supporting an investment to supply 60,000 cubic meters of potable water per day to Teshie Nungua near Accra.