National Development Planning Commission - NDPC in collaboration with IRC and partners is disseminating the findings and is further engaging relevant stakeholders on the stories starting with the launch of the Good Practice for WASH in Ghana booklet.
When Wassa East District Assembly audited 202 water points in 2015 as part of the SMARter WASH project they found that 50% were not functional. They developed a four-year Sustainable WASH Plan to ensure sustainable access to safe water for all communities in the district.
What are practical implications to achieve the human right to water by 2030? Solutions to this question will be explored from different practical and legal angles every Tuesday until 16 June 2020 in English, French and/or Spanish.
Water and sanitation comprise an increasingly important focus for global health and development philanthropy, but the approach has often been piecemeal, resulting in broken pipes and pumps, disillusioned donors, and suffering beneficiaries.
The correlation between access to drinking water, health, nutrition and other development indicators is well known. At sector level, this often translates into the requirement to allocate additional funding to new infrastructure (in the rural sector, mainly to water points), that would naturally...