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WHY PRIVATE COMPANIES NEED TO BE FORMED IN THE SANITATION SECTOR

At a press conference held in Accra in 2015, to analyze the budgetary allocation to the water and sanitation sector, Mr. Benjamin Arthur, the Executive Director of CONIWAS (Coalition of NGOs in the Water and Sanitation Sector) said, “The water and sanitation program of the World Bank estimated that Ghana loses USD 290million annually which [...]

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AREAS WE RARELY FOCUS ON WHILE CLEANING

Frequently touched items such as light switches, TV remotes, laptops and keyboards rarely get cleaned. These items are touched thousands of times and collect germs and bacteria. A quick wipe down with a disinfecting wipe is the way to go and would stop bacteria and dust from accumulating. Appliances such as the toaster, microwave, coffee [...]

POOR SANITATION LEADS TO A SICK NATION

Ghana’s sanitation sector is a mess. Nationally, on average 22.9% of people in Ghana do not have access to any sanitation facility (leading to open defecation) and only 15% use improved unshared sanitation facilities. Girls in rural areas which lack access to piped water systems are denied their right to education because they have to [...]

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