In the community of Obonase, Awutu Senya District in Central Region, community members gather round for video shows.
This week, G-WASH CLTS Agent Nuella Salifu-Waah worked with the Environmental Health Agent to broadcast community video shows in three communities as part of a “triggering” exercise. In each of the three communities — . . . → Read More: Video shows in Central Region communities trigger community action
In East Akim Municipality, the Ghana WASH Project’s Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) coordinator, Behavior Change Agent and seconded Peace Corps volunteer worked with environmental health assistants in a workshop to build capacities on CLTS.
With approximately 20 participants in the three-day workshop that concluded Friday, April 19th, BC agent Lawrence Ofori-Addo said the participants . . . → Read More: CLTS training workshop for Environmental Health Assistants in Eastern Region
GWASH BC Agent Lambert Konlan, along with the project’s local NGO in the Central Region, New Nation Network, completed a four-day watsan training with the watsan committee members for Assin South and Assin North district communities receiving boreholes through the project’s manual drilling initiative. The training included three communities in Assin South district (Asarman, Somenyamekodur, . . . → Read More: GWASH Behavior Change Agent, local NGO complete watsan committee training for eight Central Region communities
In 2011, the Ghana WASH Project partnered with the U.S. Peace Corps in Ghana, a longstanding program that focuses on grassroots-level community development and cultural exchange. Ghana WASH is working with 20+ Peace Corps volunteers across its five regions in three distinct levels of collaboration: A handful of volunteers are seconded directly to the project . . . → Read More: Ghana WASH Project and Peace Corps: A Successful Partnership for Rural WASH Development