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
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
On Wednesday, December 18, Ghana WASH Project staff and local NGO project partner EDSAM met for a daylong quarterly meeting to present progress on activities and to discuss challenges. During the meeting, Vincent Darkey-Mensah, Executive Director of EDSAM, presented two experiences from communities in Volta Region, where the LNGO works on behalf of GWASH to . . . → Read More: In Volta Region, local stories show real project impacts