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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

Water

Starting off the new year with installed hand pumps in Ghana’s Central Region

Manually drilled borehole completed in Central Region brings potable water to communities.

Some communities in the Asikuma Odobeng Brakwa can now boast of being beneficiaries of manually drilled boreholes as Philip Aratuo, Field Officer in the Central Region, supervises the installation of hand pumps on the facilities. The hand pump installation forms the last phase in borehole construction, after which the facility is handed over by USAID . . . → Read More: Starting off the new year with installed hand pumps in Ghana’s Central Region