Published on: 07/06/2013
Check out this short video to learn how WASHCost Ghana trained district level staff on the use of the life-cycle cost approach and how this has enabled them to fix operation and maintenance budgets.
WASHCost Ghana started in 2008 with the objective of looking into the costs of providing a service. When we talk of 'a service' we mean a quantity of water per person per day at a certain quality within a certain distance or the time it takes to have access to water, and at a certain reliability.
Stay tuned for upcoming films on how WASHCost has dealt with the issue of sustaining rural and peri-urban water, sanitation and hygiene services in India, Mozambique and Burkina-Faso.