This costing and financing study report provides insight into all the necessary life-cycle costs of achieving the 2030 vision and ensuring sustainable, and at least basic water and sanitation services for all.
|Title||Costing and financing sustainable WASH services in Asutifi North District|
|Publication Type||Research Report|
|Year of Publication||2020|
|Authors||Atengdem, JA, Adank, M, Nyarko, KB, Dwumfour-Asare, B, Agbemor, B|
|Pagination||27 p. : 13 fig., 11 tab.|
|Place Published||Accra, Ghana|
In 2018, a Water, Sanitation and Hygiene [WASH] master plan was developed and published by the Asutifi North District Assembly (ANDA) in collaboration with its partners and support from IRC. The Master Plan forms the basis of the joint ANAM (Asutifi North Ahonidie Mpontuo) initiative, under which ANDA, IRC and other partners intend to work towards achieving the joint vision of reaching everyone in the district with at least basic water, basic sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) services by 2030. This costing and financing study report provides insight into all the necessary life-cycle costs of achieving the 2030 vision and ensuring sustainable, and at least basic water and sanitation services for all.
The report covers all costs related to the provision of sustainable WASH services at district level, including the costs of implementation of new infrastructure (CapEx), the costs of capital maintenance (CapManEx) related to major repairs and rehabilitation, operational and minor maintenance costs (OpEx) and direct support costs (ExpDS). In order to assess these costs, primary and secondary data were collected for households, service providers (Water and Sanitation Management Teams), local government (ANDA) and development partners (including the Hilton Partners involved in the ANAM initiative).
Cover title: Costing and financing sustainable WASH services in Asutifi North District : Asutifi North District Assembly's Full WASH Coverage Initiative