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Old Kokobriko community report: cost of water and sanitation services in Old Kokobriko in the Bosomtwe District of Ashanti Region, Ghana

This report was generated from a study into the cost of water and sanitation services received by the inhabitants in Old Kokobriko in the Bosomtwe District of Ashanti Region, Ghana.

Old Kokobriko community with a population of 694 has two formal water systems of which one is reliable. Due to this, everyone in Old Kokobriko is receiving a sub-standard (“limited”) service.
The community has one public toilet (traditional pit latrine) and an institutional toilet (Kumasi Ventilated Improved Pit (KVIP)) which are patronised by a majority of the people in the community, about 84%. This provides only 4% of the inhabitants have access to improved sanitation service based on the WASHCost framework. [authors abstract]

TitleOld Kokobriko community report: cost of water and sanitation services in Old Kokobriko in the Bosomtwe District of Ashanti Region, Ghana
Publication TypeProgress Report
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsNyarko, KB
Pagination9 p.'3 Tab,; 2 Fig,;
Date Published02/2013
PublisherIRC International Water and Sanitation Center
Place PublishedThe Hague, The Netherlands
TypeWASHCost Ghana community report
Publication LanguageEnglish
KeywordsCapital maintenance expenditure, ghana, life-cycle costs
Abstract

This report was generated from a study into the cost of water and sanitation services received by the inhabitants in Old Kokobriko in the Bosomtwe District of Ashanti Region, Ghana.

Old Kokobriko community with a population of 694 has two formal water systems of which one is reliable. Due to this, everyone in Old Kokobriko is receiving a sub-standard (“limited”) service.
The community has one public toilet (traditional pit latrine) and an institutional toilet (Kumasi Ventilated Improved Pit (KVIP)) which are patronised by a majority of the people in the community, about 84%. This provides only 4% of the inhabitants have access to improved sanitation service based on the WASHCost framework. [authors abstract]

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