Jeremiah Atengdem is the Regional Learning Facilitator of the Triple-S Project in the Northern Region of Ghana. In this presentation he explains how the project is piloting the Service Delivery Approach in the East Gonja District.
Published on: 08/10/2012
The Triple-S Ghana Project in June 2011 started piloting the Service Delivery Approach to delivering water services in three districts, namely East Gonja (Northern Region), Akatsi (Volta Region) and Sunyani West Districts (Brong Ahafo Region). Each of the districts is involved in a set of activities aimed at strengthening the capacity and oversight of service authorities, monitoring functionality and the levels of water services.
The Project is also facilitating the application of national standards, guidelines, and norms, strengthening access to spare parts and repair services, and advocating for mainstreaming the Service Delivery Approach into key district development plans, such as the District Medium Term Development Plan and Annual Budgets.
The Regional Learning Facilitator of the Northern Region, Jeremiah Atengdem, recently explained to participants at the Mole 23 Conference, how the Triple-S Project is piloting the Service Delivery Approach in the East Gonja District.
His presentation is titled “Sustainability model for WASH service delivery.
October 8, 2012