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Kpoglu community report: cost of water and sanitation services in Kpoglu in the Ketu South district

Cost of water and sanitation services in Kpoglu in the Ketu South district of the Volta region of Ghana.

This report was generated from a study into the cost of water and sanitation services received by the inhabitants in Kpoglu in the Ketu South district of the Volta region of Ghana.

Kpoglu community with a population of 334 has two functional water facilities, one borehole with handpump and a limited mechanised system. Only 40% of the respondents receive the basic water level of service or better on quantity accessed, access by distance and crowding-with reliability.

Sanitation coverage in the community is 24%. About 48% of the respondents and their members resort to open defecation, and dig and bury practise. [authors abstract]

 

TitleKpoglu community report: cost of water and sanitation services in Kpoglu in the Ketu South district
Publication TypeProgress Report
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsNyarko, K.B.
Pagination10 p.; 3 Tab,; 1 Fig,;
Date Published02/2013
TypeWASHCost Ghana community report
Publication LanguageEnglish
Keywordsghana, rural and peri-urban areas, water cost, water systems
Abstract

Cost of water and sanitation services in Kpoglu in the Ketu South district of the Volta region of Ghana.

This report was generated from a study into the cost of water and sanitation services received by the inhabitants in Kpoglu in the Ketu South district of the Volta region of Ghana.

Kpoglu community with a population of 334 has two functional water facilities, one borehole with handpump and a limited mechanised system. Only 40% of the respondents receive the basic water level of service or better on quantity accessed, access by distance and crowding-with reliability.

Sanitation coverage in the community is 24%. About 48% of the respondents and their members resort to open defecation, and dig and bury practise. [authors abstract]

 

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