Based on evidence-based monitoring of water and sanitation service levels, budgets, outcome harvesting, district capacity assessment and water quality in Asutifi North District, Ghana.
|Title||WASH master plan for Asutifi North District Assembly : 2019 annual performance report|
|Publication Type||Progress Report|
|Year of Publication||2020|
|Pagination||48 p., 7 fig.,15 tab.|
|Place Published||Accra, Ghana|
This report provides an assessment on progress made in implementing the WASH master plan for Asutifi North District, Ghana. since its commencement in 2018. The master plan is being implemented by the Asutifi North Ahonidie Mpontuo (ANAM) initiative consisting of the Asutifi North District Assembly, IRC Ghana, Safe Water Network, Netcentric Campaigns, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, World Vision Ghana and Aquaya Institute, with the support of Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.
Several studies including water and sanitation service monitoring, budget tracking, outcome harvesting, district capacity assessment, and water quality testing have been undertaken. The results of the evidence-based monitoring studies have informed the preparation of this performance report.
The progress report provides an overview of the different roles played by the ANAM partners and the key activities have undertaken in the following areas: Water services; Sanitation and hygiene; WASH in schools and health facilities; Integrated water resources management and drainage; District capacity development; Communication, advocacy and networks; and Monitoring, evaluation and learning. This is followed progress made based based on a series of high-level indicators related to water services, sanitation services, institutional WASH services, water resources management and the WASH system. The report concludes by looking at critical success factors and challenges that need to be resolved.