Opinions of health and water service users in Ghana
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Published by University of Birmingha in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Statementby Carole Rakodi.
SeriesThe Role of government in adjusting economies -- paper 10
ContributionsDevelopment Administration Group.
The Physical Object
Pagination30cm.50.
Number of Pages50
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17094106M
ISBN 100704417162

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  Improving water services and uses are essential for increasing hygiene and sanitation service levels that affect productive lives of people. Health, nutrition and food production, are dependent on the availability of water in adequate quantities and good quality. With no doubt, water plays a critical role in the growth of Ghana’s economy. The National Water Policy of Ghana is intended to provide a framework for the sustainable development of Ghana’s water resources. It is targeted at all water users, water managers and practitioners, investors, decision- makers and policy makers within the central Governmental. The clinic provides 24 hours primary health services and a maternity ward. In AMURT and the clinic staff started health education outreach programs in the project area. In early , the clinic installed a laboratory that can test for all the most common complaints in the area, including malaria, typhoid, STD’s, anaemia, HIV, etc. REPORT: INSTITUTIONAL AND POLICY MAPPING OF THE WATER SECTOR IN GHANA 2 WATER GOVERNANCE TRENDS Ongoing Challenges The Greater Accra Metropolitan Region (GAMA) has a population of million (Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) ) with a growth rate of % per year (reference period ; GSS ). Ongoing urbanization, population.

The National Water Policy is intended to provide a framework for the sustainable development of Ghana’s water resources. It is targeted at all water users, water managers and practitioners, investors, decision- makers and policy makers within the central Governmental and decentralised (district assemblies) structures, non-Governmental.   The main aim of the study was to explore the attitudes and health perceptions of faith healing users in Kumasi Metropolis, Ghana. This has become necessary because faith healing practice is an important area but remains neglected in the health care literature. In an age when biowestern medicine is touted as the cure for most diseases, understanding how and why individuals seek .   Among its major tasks are the granting of water rights and the allocation of water resources among competing users. Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) Established by Act of as the Ghana Water and Sewerage Corporation (GWSC), and converted to the Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) by Act of , it is a state-owned company. WSUP started working in Ghana in , improving water and sanitation services in Accra and Kumasi. Since then we’ve developed strong relationships with service providers and policy makers to improve water and sanitation services for the country’s poorest urban communities. We have also set up a standalone sanitation service, Clean Team.