IRC Ghana, at both the national and district level, is helping partners to raise awareness that strong water and sanitation systems and appropriate hygiene behaviours are critical in the fight against the pandemic.
On the whole, stakeholder monitoring tends to be disjointed, with the diverse actors failing to coalesce their efforts around a common set of indicators. And there is a conspicuous lack of regulation of the rural water sector.
Unique collaboration between the Community Water and Sanitation Agency (CWSA), Local Governments and Conrad N. Hilton Foundation grantees in Ghana central to event at Water and Health Conference at the University of North Carolina.
The Community Water and Sanitation Agency (CWSA) shared baseline data on functionality and service levels of existing rural water and small town water facilities in about six regions at the Ghana Rural Water Forum in Accra on October 7, 2015.
The IRC Ghana team together with the Government hosted a sustainability forum as a final activity of the Triple-S project and as a formal start-up of the new initiative "Local Government Capacity Support for WASH". The latter is the project that is following up Triple-S and bringing together CWSA,...