Sustainability Check of WASH Activities: Ghana Country Report

by | Jan 12, 2013

An assessment was done of the sustainability of water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) interventions completed in Ghana under the International H20 Collaboration between Rotary International and the United States Agency for International Development. Ghana is one of three pilot countries where this Alliance was operationalised. The objective of the Alliance program was to meet and sustain crucial water and sanitation needs in Ghana, though: 1. provision of clean drinking water to 70 communities though boreholes with handpumps, and reticulated systems; 2. provision of institutional latrines and Water Closets (WCs) to 44 schools and public locations; 3. Improving or building the capacity of community, district and regional level committees/agencies to manage and operate the water and sanitation facilities in the benefiting communities; 4. Promoting behavior change communication messages in these communities.This document presents a detailed overview of the WASH sector and the methodology used in the assessment along with the results of the data collection, analysis and final recommendations.

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