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Water production improves after galamsey fight – GWCL

The Ghana Water Company has said that the recent fight against illegal small-scale mining popularly known as ‘galamsey’ is yielding positive results for quality water production in the country. It says stakeholders must not relent in their efforts to address the galamsey menace to sustain the production of quality water for

NGO partners with GAMA-SWP to promote household latrines

Source: Janok Foundation The Janok Foundation, a Community Based Organisation at Sabon Zongo in Ablekuma Central, has intensified its awareness campaign for “Toilet at Half Price” being implemented by the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area – Sanitation and Water Project (GAMA-SWP). The World Bank is funding the GAMA-SWP whose goal is to implement

2017 national sanitation stocktaking forum held

Source: EHSD The Environmental Health and Sanitation Directorate (EHSD) of the Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources has hold its fifth annual National Basic Sanitation Stock Taking Forum (STF) series in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. The theme for this year's event was “Five years of Rural Sanitation Model and

77th Water Association scientific and technical council meeting held in Accra

Source: ghanaweb The 77th edition of the Scientific and Technical Council Conference of the Africa Water Association (AfWA) has been held in Accra on Monday 17th April 2017. The five-day event had members of the Association from 40 countries in Africa in attendance was hosted by the Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL)

New toilets improve sanitation for children in Ashaiman

Source: UNICEF   The Netherlands Ambassador to Ghana, His Excellency Ronald Strikker has visited Urban Water and Sanitation Projects operating in Ashaiman in the Greater Accra region recently.   Accompanied by UNICEF Ghana Acting Representative Rushnan Murtaza, the Ambassador opened a new sanitation facility at Nurumustafia Primary School and met with beneficiaries of the

UNICEF,KOICA join forces for a fairer chance for adolescent girls in Ghana.

The rights and wellbeing of adolescent girls in Ghana were given a boost today as UNICEF and the Korean International Cooperation Agency - KOICA - committed to a three-year partnership which seeks to address the inequities currently facing thousands of young girls in Ghana. The three-year programme called 'A Better Life

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