Tag Archive | CWSA

On strokes and leaks, or how to assess functionality and service levels of handpumps

On strokes and leaks, or how to assess functionality and service levels of handpumps

By: Marieke Adank, programme officer at IRC The Community Water and Sanitation Agency (CWSA) in Ghana is developing a framework for assessing and monitoring water services. In this, it will monitor the extent to which service levels are met, as well as the performance of water service providers and service authorities as per nationally set […]

Coherence and harmonisation

Coherence and harmonisation

In this fourth video Vida Duti emphasises the need for coherent approaches between government and development partners. To watch the other videos that are part of the series in which Vida talks about the changes in the Ghana water sector towards sustainable rural water services, follow this link.

The Ghana water sector: the improvements made and the trade off between coverage and sustainability

The Ghana water sector: the improvements made and the trade off between coverage and sustainability

Vida Duti is the Triple-S team leader in Ghana. She heads a team of 10 people, which is hosted by the government agency: Community Water and Sanitation Agency(CWSA). In seven short video clips Vida talks about the changes in the Ghana water sector towards sustainable rural water services. In this first clip, Vida Duti reflects […]