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Framework of service delivery indicators for assessing and monitoring rural and small town water supply services in Ghana

The rural water and sanitation sub sector of Ghana is on a positive trajectory towards establishing an inventory of rural and small-towns water systems across the country and a continuous service monitoring process that will enable the sector to measure and report on access, functionality and sustainability of service levels.

See more at: http://sanitationandwaterforall.org/partner_perspective/framework-of-service-delivery-indicators-for-assessing-and-monitoring-rural-and-small-town-water-supply-services-in-ghana#sthash.ezmj88M8.dpuf

Blog post for the SWA blog series for 2014 World Water Week in Stockholm, by Vida Duti – IRC Country Director in Ghana

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