On the 24th of November 2022, the Catholic Relief Services (CRS) in collaboration with Resource Centre Network (RCN) Ghana held the 95th National Level Learning Alliance Platform (NLLAP) at the Coconut Grove Hotel in Accra on the theme, Citywide Inclusive Planning and Collective Action for Sustainable WASH Services Delivery: The Case of Greater Temale Area, Ghana.
The Catholic Relief Service (CRS) in collaboration with the Resource Centre Network are hosting the national level learning alliance platform sharing session on the theme, Citywide Inclusive Planning for Sanitation Improvement in Ghana: Case of Greater Tamale on Thursday, 24th November 2022 at the Coconut Grove Hotel, Accra.
CRS, together with Tamale Metropolitan and Sagnerigu Municipal Assemblies, and partners developed citywide sanitation plans to guide planning and implementation by all sector players to achieve safely managed sanitation in the Greater Tamale Area.
With less than 10 years to the sustainable development goals agenda, the need to generate and promote the use of credible home-grown WASH data remains on the minds of the water sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector stakeholders. This became known at the end of the Regional Learning Alliance Platform (RLLAP) on 28th July 2022 in Kumasi.
On 31st March 2022 at the Coconut Groove Hotel in Accra, over eighty (80) participants at the 93rd edition of the National Learning Alliance Platform (NLLAP) meeting resolved to engage households and local government authorities to prioritize the provision of household toilets with the opportunity offered by the Bio-digester toilet system. The Greater Accra Metropolitan Area Sanitation and Water Project (GAMA SWP) staff explained that the biodigester toilet technology is appropriate and sustainable and promises to contribute to accelerate Ghana's improved sanitation delivery to everyone living everywhere in Ghana.
WaterAid Ghana in collaboration with the Resource Center Network (RCN) hosted the national level learning alliance platform (NLLAP) on 24th February, 2022 in Accra, on the theme ‘Advancing Climate Change and Water Security Solutions in Ghana’.
IRC Ghana in collaboration with the National Development Planning Commission (NDPC), WaterAid Ghana and Water4 hosted the fourth national learning exchange on strengthening local systems through district-wide initiative for safe and sustainable water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) service delivery for everyone.
In Accra on October 27, 2021, the NDPC led an orientation session to sensitize the staff of the Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) and stakeholders on the WASH tool kit developed by the NDPC with the support of IRC Ghana.
IRC Ghana joined the Ghana Health Service and partners to celebrate the third National Patient Safety and Healthcare Quality Conference 2021, held in Accra from September 15-17, on the theme: “No Quality, No Coverage. Safe Maternal and Newborn Care Now.”
To mark International Menstrual Hygiene Day 2021, IRC Ghana joined the Ghana Education Service School Health and Education Programme (GES-SHEP) and the National Technical Committee to mark the International Menstrual Hygiene Day