Published on: 07/10/2016
Unique collaboration between the Community Water and Sanitation Agency (CWSA), Local Governments and Conrad N. Hilton Foundation grantees in Ghana central to event at Water and Health Conference at the University of North Carolina.
On Monday 10 October IRC will be key convening a session to share stories of success, challenges and opportunities behind the partnerships and processes of synergising to maximize the shared impact of diverse but complementing efforts of the partners involved in the efforts to improve the delivery of sustainable water services in communities in Ghana.
For those present at the Water and Health Conference at the University of North Carolina, come and join us this side event from 10:30 am - 12:00 noon at Dogwood, UNC Water Institute.
Key convening partners are the partners of the 'Strengthening Local Government Capacity to deliver water services project' - the Community Water and Sanitation Agency (CWSA), Conrad N. Hilton Foundation and its grantees working in Ghana: IRC Ghana, Safe Water Network, World Vision Ghana, Water Aid Ghana and the Desert Research Institute.
|10:30||Opening statement||Clement Bugase, CEO, CWSA|
|10:35||Project overview||Theodora Adomako-Adjei, Extension Services Coordinator, CWSA|
|10:40||Live stories||IRC Ghana, Safe Water Network, World Vision Ghana, WaterAid Ghana, CWSA, Desert Research Institute (DR|
|11:05||Moderated discussions||Vida Duti, Country Director, IRC Ghana|
|11.35- 12.00||Closing statements||Chris Dunston, Head of WASH, Conrad N. Hilton Foundation; Patrick Moriarty, CEO, IRC|