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  • Working Alongside Local NGOs Working Alongside Local NGOs
  • Working with Major Partners Working with Major Partners
  • Partnerships to Empower Communities Partnerships to Empower Communities


To ensure maximum impact and sustainability, the Ghana WASH Project engages in key partnerships to get its work done. Through six major partnerships, nine partnerships with local NGOs and its Small Grants Facility, the Ghana WASH Project is engaged in a multisectoral approach to ensure long-term community improvements in its targeted regions.

At Work With Our Major Partners

The Ghana WASH Project benefits from strategic partnerships with organizations who bring innovative ideas and strong commitments to community development in the water, sanitation and hygiene sector. Through these multi-year commitments with impressive organizations such as Rotary International, the Coca-Cola Africa Foundation, Safe Water Network, Water Health and the United States Peace Corps, the project is able to extend its reach and bring appropriate solutions to its beneficiaries.

Learn more about our work with our major partners.

In the community of Asukawkaw, in the Volta Region, we’ve partnered with the Coca-Cola Africa Foundation to bring clean drinking water to household. Find out more »

We’re partnered with more than 20 Peace Corps Volunteers to build our local presence in communities towards water, sanitation and hygiene education improvements. Find out more »


At Work With Local NGOs

Across five regions, the Ghana WASH Project works with local NGOs (LNGOs), who bring their local expertise and deep community experience and engagements to our partnership. These LNGOs provide critical support in monitoring facility construction, working with beneficiaries on proper facility usage, and in disseminating information on hygiene education.

Learn more about our work with our local NGOs.

In the Volta Region, EDSAM, our local NGO, is strengthening community improvements. Find out more »


Small Grants Facility

The aim of the Small Grants Facility is to support locally led community improvements. Through the facility, we’ve provided funding to Ghanaian NGOs and social organizations, schools, health clinics and more to assist them in addressing their needed water, sanitation and hygiene improvements.