Wednesday, March 26th marks the commissioning of two extensive small town piping systems in the peri-urban communities of Bokabo, Juabeso District and Elluokrom, Bia District in Western Region.
Across five regions, USAID’s Ghana Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Project works with partners to implement targeted interventions to expand community water access. On . . . → Read More: USAID, Bia and Juabeso District Assemblies commission two small town piping schemes to expand water access in Western Region
“I am very satisfied when I see women and children with improved health…the work does not end here. We shall continue to combine the idealism of the Americans and the talents of the Ghanaians to improve health and well being.” Those were the words of the United States of America’s Ambassador to Ghana, Mr. Gene . . . → Read More: USAID officially ends three of its funded projects in Accra
In the remote rural community of Cornerboy, in Ghana’s Assin North District, community members demonstrate how they are using and maintaining their repaired borehole.
Victoria Okoye and Delali Kumapley traveled to Central Region this week as part of project lessons learned fieldwork on manual drilling and borehole repairs, two innovative activities that the project . . . → Read More: Community discussions on improved water access thanks to borehole repairs and manual drilling
This four-seater institutional latrine, constructed through a partnership with Rotary International and the USAID/Ghana WASH Project, is at Ayi Mensah School in Ga East, Greater Accra.
Behavior Change Agent Lawrence Ofori-Addo traveled to schools in Ga West and Ga East this week: Ayi Mensah KG and Primary School, Oyarifa Presby Basic School, Kweiman Basic . . . → Read More: Monitoring status of institutional latrines and SHEP clubs activities in Greater Accra