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Water

Bokabo Small Town Piping System Completed

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

Events

World Toilet Day 2012: “Achieving an Open Defecation-free Ghana”

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Hygiene

Facility management plans up for community approval in two Western Region communities

Earlier this year, the Ghana WASH Project staff developed a facility management plan document for project communities; this document provides a guide for communities to plan how they intend manage the facility provided to them by the project. In two communities, Alata and Adobewura (Bibiani District, Western Region), the water and sanitation committees developed draft . . . → Read More: Facility management plans up for community approval in two Western Region communities