STRENGTHENING LOCAL SYSTEMS TO DELIVER SANITATION AND HYGIENE SERVICES FOR ALL BY 2030

LUNCHING OF THE DELIVERY OF SANITATION AND HYGIENE SERVICES   IN THE DISTRICT

Asutifi North District Assembly (ANDA) together with IRC on Tuesday 7th June 2022 lunched the District Sanitation and Hygiene services for communities’ project.

The event seeks to mobilize stakeholders support for smooth delivery of the project.

Addressing the gathering on the purpose of the event the country Director for IRC, Mrs Vida Duti charged participants to support the vision.

Latter Day-saint charities (LDSC) joined the ANAM initiative in 2020 by supporting the expansion of WASH services to schools and healthcare facilities.

Based on the success LDSC has approved a renewal grant USD3000,000 through IRC for ANAM WASH partners to further increase access to sanitation and hygiene services in five(5) schools, two (2) healthcare facilities and twenty five (25) rural  communities  and sixty (60) households.

Saanahene of Kenyasi No. 1, Nana Anim who chaired the program question stakeholders, DCE and his Management with the support of IRC and partners  have brought this to us, what are we doing to make it materialized?

For example the sustainable development committee should liaise with the assembly, look at their master plan and find where they fit in.

Present at the meeting were the District Chief Executive, the District Coordinating Director, the representatives of the various traditional council, Sustainable Development Committee(SDC’s), the country director for IRC, district Assembly, CSO’s, various ANAM WASH partners, heads of healthcare facilities, school heads and pupils.

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