Skip to main content

Disclaimer

The copyright of the documents on this site remains with the original publishers. The documents may therefore not be redistributed commercially without the permission of the original publishers.

Topics

Locations

Monitoring rural water services for sound evidence-based planning and finance decision making : lessons from Ghana

This paper presents the evolution of the national rural water service monitoring system in Ghana. In 2015, this system has been used to collect, process and analyse monitoring data from all water facilities, service providers and service authorities in six of Ghana's ten regions. This has confirmed the earlier findings from three pilot districts regarding the low level of compliance of water services with norms and standards and low level of performance of service providers and authorities. So far, these monitoring findings have informed evidence-based dialogue on improving water service delivery and triggered remedial actions to provide renewed access to over 15,000 water users through collaborative partnerships by the District Assemblies and development partners.

TitleMonitoring rural water services for sound evidence-based planning and finance decision making : lessons from Ghana
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsAdank, M, Kubabom, B, Atengdem, J, Duti, V
Secondary Title39th WEDC International Conference, Kumasi, Ghana, 2016
Pagination6 p.
Date Published07/2016
PublisherWater, Engineering and Development Centre (WEDC), Loughborough, University
Place PublishedLoughborough, UK
Publication LanguageEnglish
Keywordsgovernments, monitoring, rural areas, water management
Abstract

This paper presents the evolution of the national rural water service monitoring system in Ghana. In 2015, this system has been used to collect, process and analyse monitoring data from all water facilities, service providers and service authorities in six of Ghana's ten regions. This has confirmed the earlier findings from three pilot districts regarding the low level of compliance of water services with norms and standards and low level of performance of service providers and authorities. So far, these monitoring findings have informed evidence-based dialogue on improving water service delivery and triggered remedial actions to provide renewed access to over 15,000 water users through collaborative partnerships by the District Assemblies and development partners.

URLhttps://wedc-knowledge.lboro.ac.uk/details.html?id=22411

Downloads

Disclaimer

The copyright of the documents on this site remains with the original publishers. The documents may therefore not be redistributed commercially without the permission of the original publishers.