Strengthening information and knowledge management within the water and sanitation sector in Ghana.

Strengthening information and knowledge management within the water and sanitation sector in Ghana.

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.


Here you will find products produced by the Resource Centre Network partners on different themes within the water and sanitation sector. Products that can be found here include fact sheets, overview documents, training materials etc.


WASH Calendar

Upcoming events in the Ghana water and sanitation sector

About the KM initiative in Ghana

Here you will find information about the knowledge management initiative in Ghana and the Resource Centre network.

Mole Series

Mole Conference is longest running and one of the biggest Multi-Stakeholder annual platforms in the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector in Ghana. The Platform, named after the venue of the maiden edition, Mole in the Northern Region of Ghana, is organised by the Coalition of NGOs in Water and Sanitation (CONIWAS) and brings together sector practitioners from NGOs, Government, Private Operators, Networks, CBOs, CSOs, etc. to dialogue, learn and share information on specific themes that affect the sector. The presentations and communiques of the recent series are available here.

Learning Initiatives

An overview of learning projects in the Ghana WASH sector. To have your project or programme included, please contact us here

WASH and Election 2016 in Ghana - NLLAP 56

The 56th edition of the National Level Learning Alliance Platform (NLLAP 56) highlighted for attention a number of key learning points– the need to rethink partnership with communities leading the agenda; work with communities to create a neutral structured platform to lead the setting of their own agenda; provide up-to-date evidence and its implication for the wider development; and widen the base and make a compelling case for inclusive participation among target communities, etc.

Watershed Ghana partnership for CSO advocacy and lobby launched

The Watershed Ghana work package, a component of a 5-year multi-country strategic partnership between the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and IRC (lead), Simavi, Wetlands International and Akvo, to deliver improvements in water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services through Civil Society Organisation (CSO) advocacy and lobby was launched in Accra on 30 June, 2016.

Sanitation Challenge for Ghana: A learning opportunity for innovative urban sanitation financing

The 4th community-led total sanitation (CLTS) annual stock taking forum (STF) agreed to explore learning from the Sanitation Challenge for Ghana initiative as one of the existing innovative sanitation financing mechanisms. This was one of the key decision points in the forum communique shared at the end of the 4-day event.