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Yaase community report: cost of water and sanitation services in Yaase, 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 Yaase in the Bosomtwi District in the Ashanti region of Ghana.

The community of Yaase with a population of 897 has four (4) water points.  Majority (75%) of the respondents received acceptable water service levels in accordance with CSWA norm for rural water supply. A majority of the population (58%) have access to acceptable (improved) sanitation service with 42% of the population having unacceptable sanitation service and no access to improved sanitation service due to the unimproved sanitation practices. [authors abstract]

TitleYaase community report: cost of water and sanitation services in Yaase, Bosomtwe District of Ashanti Region, Ghana
Publication TypeProgress Report
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsNyarko, K.B.
Pagination10 p.; 3 Tab.; 2 Fig.;
Date Published10/2012
PublisherIRC
Place PublishedThe Hague, The Netherlands
TypeWASHCost Ghana community report
Publication LanguageEnglish
Keywordscost of water, ghana, rural and peri-urban areas, water quality
Abstract

This report was generated from a study into the cost of water and sanitation services received by the inhabitants in Yaase in the Bosomtwi District in the Ashanti region of Ghana.

The community of Yaase with a population of 897 has four (4) water points.  Majority (75%) of the respondents received acceptable water service levels in accordance with CSWA norm for rural water supply. A majority of the population (58%) have access to acceptable (improved) sanitation service with 42% of the population having unacceptable sanitation service and no access to improved sanitation service due to the unimproved sanitation practices. [authors abstract]

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