Water Sanitation & Hygiene
We believe that it is the right of everyone, everywhere to have access to safe water, improved sanitation, and hygiene. Through these, individuals and communities can contribute effectively towards the development of their communities and nation. We continue to do this in several communities across seven regions in Ghana and to put smiles on the faces of the users we have been able to reach. Below are some contributions of GrowthAid toward WASH.
GROWTHAID PROVIDE WATER FOR KROBO GIRLS SHS
On Thursday 26th May 2022 through the Lower Manya Krobo municipal assembly, GrowthAid, a non-governmental organization handed over a newly completed mechanized borehole water facility with an overhead poly tank to Krobo Girls Presbyterian SHS. This initiative falls under the sustainable water, sanitation, and hygiene projects(sWASH iii) of the organization which read more
GrowthAid in its core mandate to help provide clean water to under-served communities and help eradicate NTDs was pleased to have Robert Bruh from the MEDICOR Foundation for a delightful due diligence exercise. As at 2020, Ghana recorded 16.1% and 15% coverage of safely managed water and sanitation respectfully and a 55.8% and 2.4% of basic water and sanitation services respectfully. The target of the SDG goal 6 of achieving read more
The people of Yilo Krobo, Upper Manya and Lower Manya Municipal Assemblies in the Eastern Region of Ghana were extremely happy to benefit from GrowthAid’s Sustainable Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (SWASH II) project. A total of 18,600 people in fifteen (15) under-served communities in the above-mentioned Municipalities and District received water facilities (boreholes) as well as sanitation and hygiene trainings from read more
Humanitarian Awards Global (HAG) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to identifying, honoring, and celebrating the nation’s most significant non-profit organizations from a variety of industries that are dedicated to community service and growth.
The purpose of this year’s awards, which were held under the subject “Celebrating Change Makers,” was to acknowledge, honor, and celebrate volunteer leaders, NGOs, philanthropists, corporations, read more
GrowthAid with funding from Australian High Commission, provides and Integrated wash facilities to St. Peter’s Catholic Basic School in Somanya
GrowthAid, a non-governmental organisation (NGO) has provided the St. Peter’s Catholic Basic School with an integrated Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Facilities with funding from the Australian High Commission. The project included a mechanised water system, a gender friendly toilet facility and a Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM). This project is to help provide the school with safely managed water, improved sanitation, and read more
GROWTHAID TO SUPPORT COMMUNITIES WITH WASH SERVICES
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) is key in the development of oneself. Drinking of safe water save humans from diseases such as cholera, schistosomiases, and many others. Practicing good Sanitation and Hygiene makes one highly respected and as well prevents diseases. People in the remote villages do suffer from these basic WASH services hence contracting diseases that can be neglected read more
GROWTHAID TO PROVIDE SAFE WATER
GrowthAid, on Tuesday, 3rd November 2020 signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Upper Manya Krobo District Assembly and the Yilo Krobo Municipal Assembly to provide new boreholes and repair existing damaged ones.
The MoU was signed at the District Chief Executive Office in the Upper Manya Krobo District Assembly as well as the Head of Works and Roads Office in the Yilo Krobo Municipal Assembly and witnessed by the Coordinating Director, the Head read more
GROWTHAID TO VALIDATE COMMUNITIES TO PROVIDE SAFE WATER
GrowthAid visited communities in the Upper Manya and Lower Manya Krobo Municipal Assembly to validate and assess them to provide safe water. The communities visited were, Djamam, Anyesu Kpeti, Dawa Kpesebi, Aworworso Kpeti, Aworworso Juanya, Akumersu Yiti, Abotia, Trawa, Abobeng and Okortor.
The purpose of these visitation was to assess and read more
GROWTHAID VISITS COMMUNITIES IN YILO KROBO MUNICIPALITY
GrowthAid on Thursday, October 8, 2020 visited five communities in the Yilo Krobo Municipality to confirm that indeed they are water and sanitation stressed communities who need intervention.
The visit as part of the partnership that GrowthAid has with Read more
LATTER-DAY SAINTS CHARITIES (LDSC) EXTENDS CONTRACT WITH GROWTHAID TO DELIVER SAFE WATER
GrowthAid is an NGO which focuses on delivering sustainable WASH services and the prevention and management of NTDs. GrowthAid on Wednesday, 9th September 2020 signed a contract with the Latter Days Saints Charities (LDSC) to provide water facilities to deprived communities in the Lower Manya Krobo Municipality, Yilo Krobo Municipality and Upper Manya Krobo Municipality in the Eastern Region of Ghana. Read more
GROWTHAID TO PROVIDE WATER FACILITIES FOR KROBO COMMUNITIES
The Lower Manya Krobo Municipal Assembly under the leadership of the MCE for the area, Simon Kweku Tetteh on Thursday 14th November, 2019 signed a Memorandum of Understanding with a Non-Governmental Organization, Growth Aid to provide new boreholes and repair existing damaged ones.
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GrowthAid and SkyFox Ltd sign Memorandum of Understanding
GrowthAid and SkyFox Ltd have signed a five-year Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to work together to promote sustainability of WASH services in GrowthAid’s areas of operation. Under the first phase of this MoU, GrowthAid will install remote water sensors supplied by SkyFox Ltd on its Afridev boreholes. The data generated by these sensors will help in monitoring the functionality of boreholes. The communities in turn will be enrolled onto SkyFox’s supply chain system to facilitate the supply of spare parts to them.
Through this initiative, real time data on borehole functionality will be available to aid decision making at both the community and GrowthAid operational levels. Pump parts will also be available and delivered to the communities directly on request through a short message system operated by SkyFox Ltd. The overall goal is to reduce the down time of boreholes and improve functionality.
Photo Credit: GrowthAid
Building capacities for sustainable WASH services
Building capacities for successful operation and maintenance of water facilities and construction of improved toilets is central to our sustainability principles. GrowthAid continues to invest in the training of WATSAN committees, latrine artisans, pump care attendants, and artisans to build operate and maintain iron removal plants, among others. To date, we have trained several groups and individuals in these skill areas.
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