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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

Hygiene

Doris Adjoa Arkoh Tetteh of Adusa M/A Basic School Wins GWASH Hand Washing Essay Competition

V. Ate Ofosu-Amaah and Avril Kudzi of the Ghana WASH Project present the first place award to Doris Adjoa Arkoh Tetteh of Adusa M/A Basic School.

It was all fun and excitement for seven schools in the Ga West Municipality of Greater Accra as prizes were awarded in the Ghana WASH Project’s first-ever hand washing essay writing competition. The competition was launched in September in collaboration with Ghana Education Service and the School Health Education Program (SHEP), with the motive of . . . → Read More: Doris Adjoa Arkoh Tetteh of Adusa M/A Basic School Wins GWASH Hand Washing Essay Competition

Capacity Building

In Abutia Teti, a community takes its water into its own hands

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USAID Mission Director for Ghana Jim Bever visits USAID/Rotary water pipe scheme in Abutia Teti, in Ghana’s Volta Region. In Abutia Teti, the water board’s strong management, money generation and savings initiative has enabled water access to flourish in the community beyond USAID and Rotary’s support.

“It enables the students go to school on . . . → Read More: In Abutia Teti, a community takes its water into its own hands

Hygiene

Monitoring status of institutional latrines and SHEP clubs activities in Greater Accra

This four-seater institutional latrine, constructed through a partnership with Rotary International and the USAID/Ghana WASH Project, is at Ayi Mensah School in Ga East, Greater Accra.

This four-seater institutional latrine, constructed through a partnership with Rotary International and the USAID/Ghana WASH Project, is at Ayi Mensah School in Ga East, Greater Accra.

Behavior Change Agent Lawrence Ofori-Addo traveled to schools in Ga West and Ga East this week: Ayi Mensah KG and Primary School, Oyarifa Presby Basic School, Kweiman Basic . . . → Read More: Monitoring status of institutional latrines and SHEP clubs activities in Greater Accra