A four-member team from the Water Quality Assurance Unit of the USAID has visited four communities in the Assin North and South Districts of Central Region. The team, led by the WASH Project Management Specialist, Emmanuel Odotei visited Breku Clinic and Kwamekwa communities in Assin North District and Akrofuom, Kramoakura communities in Assin South District.
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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
A shot of the manual drilling process in Central Region. In the next six months, the Ghana WASH Project will construct 34 additional manually drilled boreholes.
As part of measures to increase access to clean water, the GWASH Project started the drilling and construction of boreholes in six different communities in the Asikuma Odoben . . . → Read More: Work begins on the construction of six boreholes in six different communities in Central Region
The GWASH Project is beginning two innovative initiatives in the Assin North and South Districts of Central Region: manual drilling of boreholes and a borehole repair initiative. These activities will provide improved potable water sources to up to 24,000 people in up to 80 communities in the two pilot districts.
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