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Mole xxiii gw apresentation

  1. 1. MOLE XXIII CONFERENCE AN EVOLVING INTEGRATEDAPPROACH TO WASH DEVELOPMENT Presentation by: Alpha-Benjamin Bonzali GHANA WASH ALLIANCE (GWA) Aug. 24, 2012 , Tamale
  2. 2. GWA PARTNERSA CONSORTIUM OF NGOS & CBOS IN THE SOUTH (GHANA) IN PARTNERSHIP WITH A CONSORTIUM OF NGOS IN THE NORTH (NETHERLANDS): GHANAIAN PARTNERS DUTCH PARTNERS1. AFORD 1. Simavi2. CLIP 2. Waste3. GYAM 3. ICCO4. INTAGRAD 4. Akvo5. NEWENERGY6. PRESBY WATER7. SIMLI AID8. UDS9. WUZDA
  3. 3. STRATEGIESPROGRAMMATIC APPROACH: To ensure service delivery in a harmonious & coherent manner to realize synergy from our unique strengths & qualities.COLLABORATION /COMPLEMENTARITY: Engaging all relevant stakeholders in WASH service delivery e.g.; Alliance Members, MMDAs, CWSA, EHSA, SHEP, CNC, GNFS, Private Sector Actors .‘FIETS’ PRINCIPLE: To consistently mainstream and monitor/assess the sustainability of our WASH interventions in our Plans, Implementation and Monitoring.
  4. 4. ADDRESSING CRITICAL GAPS WASH in schools  Waterto enhance school feeding programme  WASH access to improving pupil stay in school  SHEP WASH for Agri-business  Identification water-based agribusinesses by women  Training  Capital support  Water facility  Cash
  5. 5. CRITICAL GAPS ... WASH & The Environment  Anti-bushfire campaigns with GNFS Education Identification and training of volunteer squads Provision of logistics – fire beaters  Tree planting Seedlings support
  6. 6. LESSONS & CHALLENGESLessons:Inclusion of WASH in government Projects/Interventions such asSchool Feeding Programme and educational infrastructure is criticalCollaboration with state actors/agencies provides recognitionand/or legitimacy to NGO interventionsWASH interventions in communities need to beholistic/comprehensive for relevance, acceptance and impactChallenges:Inadequate financing/Delayed disbursementGreater emphasis placed on software than hardwareDifferent donors with different bilateral agreementsRising cost of materials & inputsInaccessibility of some communities at certain times of the year
  7. 7. RECOMMENDATIONS/WAY FORWARDa) WASH should be made an integral part of every human activity from the individual to national levelb) Provision of WASH facilities to serve as award to deserving communities/institutions to induce competitionc) ‘FIETS’ to serve as a guiding principle for sustainabilityd) Establish and/or strengthen functional community structures to continuously follow-up on interventions to ensure behaviour transformation
  8. 8. THANK YOU

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