Accra – July 19 2017 – The Sanitation Challenge for Ghana (SC4Gh) first Learning and Practice Convening (LPC) session was a huge success. The session ended on a good note with great impressions expressed by participants drawn from the 17
Kumasi, July 10, 2017. Achieving the Sustainable Development Goal 6.2 (SDG 6.2) target require creative partnerships, innovation and responsive sanitation financing mechanisms among others. The Sanitation Challenge for Ghana (SG4Gh) initiative, which is being implemented as an innovative financing arrangement
Accra, July 19, 2017 – The 17 metropolitan municipal and district assemblies (MMDAs) participating in the stage 2 of the sanitation challenge for Ghana (SC4Gh) contest exchanged implementation experiences at the first learning and practice convening (LPC) session in Accra.
The announcement of winners for the Duapa Awards was just the beginning of a keener competition, the Dignified City Award for Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies in Ghana. The stage one finalists, 17 of the 21 Metropolitan, Municipal and District
Contributing to the Mole Conference sector learning panel discussion session on the topic “Advocacy for Innovative Financing,” the Sanitation Challenge Administrator and IRC Ghana Programme Manager, Mr. Kwame Asiedu Asubonteng urged Civil Society Organisations and the private sector to support