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Events

USAID, Bia and Juabeso District Assemblies commission two small town piping schemes to expand water access in Western Region

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

Sanitation

Biogas plant completed at LEKMA North

This week, the Public-Private Partnership Coordinator/Small Grants Coordinator for the Ghana WASH Project Ate Ofosu Amaah confirmed the completion of the biogas sanitation facility for the Ledzokuku Krowor Municipal Assembly (LEKMA) North cluster of schools. The facility is provided though The USAID’s partnership with the Coca-Cola Africa Foundation (Water and Development Alliance . . . → Read More: Biogas plant completed at LEKMA North

Water

Bokabo Small Town Piping System Completed

The last small-town piping system by the Ghana Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Project (GWASH) has been completed in Bokabo in Juaboso District of the Western Region. Bokabo previous lacked any improved water sources, and the townspeople had relied on fetching water from a nearby stream.

The small-town piping system will serve more than 2800 . . . → Read More: Bokabo Small Town Piping System Completed

Events

USAID officially ends three of its funded projects in Accra

JDM_PHOTO OF AVRIL & USAMBASSADOR

“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