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TitleWASH Reflections: State of Water Services in Western Region of Ghana
Publication TypeConference Report
Year of Publication2023
AuthorsGhana, RCN
Pagination2
Date Published09/2023
PublisherRCN Ghana
Place PublishedAccra, Ghana
Publication LanguageEnglish
Keywordsghana, professionalisaton, rural water, utilities
Abstract

Eighty-nine (89) participants from District Assemblies, Western Regional Coordinating Council, Private and Public Water Service Providers, Small Water Enterprises, Water and Sanitation Management Teams, Coalition of NGOs in Water and Sanitation, Community Water and Sanitation Agency and Ghana Statistical Service participated in a 2-day validation and dissemination workshop on the 'State of Water Services in Western Region.' Event day one, August 30th 2023, hosted 14 District Assemblies; and day two, August 31st 2023, focused on the Districts' Water Service Providers at the Regional Coordinating Council Conference room in Takoradi. IRC Ghana in collaboration with the Ghana Statistical Service undertook the mapping of water infrastructure and services in Western Region. This was to know the state of water infrastructure, types of service providers and the state of water services with a view to providing credible data for evidence-based decision-making. The mapping activity is funded by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation under the Rural Water 'Utilitisation' Project, which is also supporting the Community Water and Sanitation Agency in its growth towards becoming a professionalised public utility in rural water sub-sector.

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