The GAMA SWP has handed over a 5-seater toilet facility to the Kpone Polyclinic. “the facility will go a long way to help ease the pressure on the existing facilities of the clinic, patients, clients, and staff of the clinic are free from sharing the same washroom” said Dr. Jemima K. Mensah, Head of the […]
Over 1800 students of the Kpone Methodist A and B school are benefitting from two the newly constructed 15-seater toilet facilities.
Over 1800 students of the Kpone Methodist A and B school are benefitting from two the newly constructed 15-seater toilet facilities. The headmistress from the Methodist A, Madam Juliana Sarpong Asante expressed her gratitude to the PCU for providing them the facility. The facility was however, handed over by GAMA SWP team together with officers […]
The 15-seater toilet facility was commissioned by the Ashanti Regional Minister, Hon. Simon Osei-Mensah, assisted by the Municipal Chief Executive Officer of the Ejisu Municipal Assembly, Hon. Samuel Oduro Frimpong
The 15-seater toilet facility was commissioned by the Ashanti Regional Minister, Hon. Simon Osei-Mensah, assisted by the Municipal Chief Executive Officer of the Ejisu Municipal Assembly, Hon. Samuel Oduro Frimpong. Over three thousand students of the Ejisu Model school are benefitting from the newly constructed 15-seater and the renovated 24-seater toilet facilities for both boys […]
The Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources in collaboration with Kumasi Technical University through the GAMA/GKMA SWP has trained over 600 students from the Building Technology
The Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources in collaboration with Kumasi Technical University through the GAMA/GKMA SWP has trained over 600 students from the Building Technology Department in Biodigester Toilet Construction and Installation. The training which lasted for three days was filled with intensive hands-on training in installing and constructing the Bio-Digester Toilet Technology […]
The World Bank’s Global Water Practice Director, Mr. Saroj Kumar Jha has paid a field visit to beneficiaries of the GAMA Sanitation and Water Project in the La Nkwantanan Madina, Ga East Municipal and Ga West Municipal Assemblies.
Mr. Kumar Jha interacted with household toilet beneficiaries in Madina, Social Welfare, pupils, and teachers of the Kwabenya Atomic M/A 5 JHS in the Ga East Municipal and Opa JHS within the Ga West Municipal Assembly. He encouraged the students and management of the Opa JHS to ensure continuous maintenance of the toilet facilities and […]
Environmental Health Officers in the Ashanti Region have been trained on the Public Health Act, Court Procedures and Bye Laws of the District Assemblies. The Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources believes the Environmental Health Officers who also serve as prosecutors for Public Health Offences needed to be trained on the laws guarding their operations […]
Environmental health officers from eight metropolitan, municipal and districts assemblies within the Ashanti Region have undergone a capacity training programme to enable them prosecute environmental and sanitation offences as part of efforts in enforcing sanitation by-laws at the local level. A total of 86 environmental health officers from the assemblies implementing the Greater Kumasi Metropolitan […]
Mr Ousmane Diagana, Vice President, World Bank Western and Central Africa Region, has expressed his satisfaction about the ongoing World Bank project of providing household toilets to low income beneficiary households in the Greater Accra Metropolitan Assembly(GAMA) and Greater Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly(GKMA) in the country. The World Bank-funded project, which started in 2015, is aimed […]
The Vice President of the World Bank for Western and Central Africa, Ousmane Diagana, has commended Ghana for the efforts in providing low income communities with household toilet facilities to enable people live decent lives. He said poverty could be seen or felt in many ways including lack of access to some services that contribute […]
The Project team visited one of the early beneficiaries of the Project, Madam Mercy Asiedu, and presented her with an autographed picture we took of her four years ago. The picture has become a brand of the project since it has been used in many of our publications. It was a moment of joy for […]