Published on: 25/08/2014
The rural water and sanitation sub sector of Ghana is on a positive trajectory towards establishing an inventory of rural and small-towns water systems across the country and a continuous service monitoring process that will enable the sector to measure and report on access, functionality and sustainability of service levels.
The national Agency for rural and small towns water service delivery is leading a national process to scale up application of a Framework of Service Delivery Indicators for Assessing and Monitoring Rural and Small Town Water Supply Services in Ghana in 131 districts (8 out of the 10 regions) after its successful pilot in three districts.
Read the full blog post for the SWA blog series for 2014 World Water Week in Stockholm, by Vida Duti – IRC Country Director in Ghana.
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