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An Overview Of The Rural Water And Sanitation Sub Sector By The Chief Executive Of CWSA Ing. Worlanyo Kwadjo Siabi (MV) At The Opening Ceremony Of 2017 CWSA Review Conference Held On 8th May 2017 At Noda Hotel Fumesua Kumasi In The Ashanti Region.

At the just ended CWSA 2017 Review Conference, the Chief Executive Ing. Worlanyo Kwadjo Siabi gave a comprehensive overview of the sanitation and water resources sub sector during the opening ceremony. He informed the participants that the theme for CWSA 2017 Review Conference is; “Rural Water and Sanitation Services Provision: Current Role of CWSA, Gaps and the Way Forward for Effective and Sustainable Delivery” and explained the thrust of the conference as follow;
  1. To agree as a sector on policy shifts and reforms required within the CWSA to ensure that it becomes strong enough to protect investments made in the sector.
  2. To solicit support for the implementations of the reforms and new policies.

2017 CWSA Review Conference

MAY, 8TH -12TH 2017

NODA HOTEL, FUMESUA NEAR KUMASI, ASHANTI REGION

                                                                
THEME: “RURAL WATER AND SANITATION SERVICES PROVISION; CURRENT ROLE OF CWSA, GAPS AND THE WAY FORWARD FOR EFFECTIVE AND SUSTAINABLE DELIVERY” 

CONFERENCE COMMUNIQUE

Annual Report - 2014

CWSA Cummulative Achievements from 1994 to December 2014

CWSA Cummulative Achievements from 1994 to December 2014


System type 2013 Performance Cummulative 1994 - 2013 2014 Performance (Q1-Q4) Cummulative 1994 - 2014
A.    EFFICIENCY AND   PRODUCTIVITY INDICATORS        
i) Water Systems        
Boreholes – new               635         15,231 513 15,744
Hand dug wells – new                 25           1,553 0 1,553
Solar Pumps Installed -new               175              175 139 314
Total – new water points               835         16,959           652 17,611
         
Small  Communities pipes – new                   10                  69             0 69
Small Towns pipes – new                   14               434             10 444
Limited Mechanisation Systems                   27                  56 3 59
GWCL Piped Connections                    15                      15               0 15
Total – new pipe systems                 66               574          13 587
         
Hand dug wells – rehab                   -                 100              -   100
Boreholes – rehab                 94           4,232 0 4,232
Conversions                   -             4,230              -   4,230
Total – rehabilitation                 94           8,562             0 8,562
         
ii) Sanitation        
Household latrines                   0         67,253       2,538  69,791
Institutional latrines (KVIP)                 60           4,252 571 4,823
Total – latrines                 60         71,505            3,109 74,614
         
B.   DYNAMIC INDICATORS        
Stakeholders        
i) Districts        
Districts in Program               181               181           190 190
Environmental Health Assistants                   85                  333 118 451
         
ii) Communities        
Communities in Program            613         22,027 647 22,674
WSMTs (Point source) formed            502         23,124 1,883 25,007
WSMTs(PS) trained                 47           1,437 83 1,520
         
iii) Private Sector Capacity Building        
Area mechanics                   0           1,913              116   2,029
Pump caretakers               376         29,356 747 30,103
Latrine artisans                  95             5,286 108 5,394
Small Town Operators in Place                    1               566               1 566

 
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