The Project Coordinating Unit of the Greater Kumasi Metropolitan Area (GKMA) Sanitation and Water Project organised a 100-Day review of the commencement of Household Toilet construction in the eight (8) Metropolitan and Municipal Assemblies in Greater Kumasi.
The review was focused on number of toilets that have been constructed since the beginning of the project and to address challenges that may have emerged up during the 100-day implementation period.
The Assemblies took turns to make presentations on their results, achievements, and challenges. Their presentations also captured strategies to create demand and construct household toilets for beneficiaries in their respective Assemblies.
The total number of Household Toilet Facilities constructed in Greater Kumasi in the first 100-day period is 1049.
The Coordinator General of the Project gave a special prizes to the first three Assemblies with Ejisu Municipal Assembly leading the pack with 388 toilet facilities constructed and Oforikrom and Kwadaso constructing 135 and 131 toilet facilities respectively. The prizes were to challenge the other Assemblies to do more in increasing access to improved Sanitation facilities to the residents of Greater Kumasi.