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Ghana
Commitment
3c - To take the necessary steps to ensure national sanitation programs are on track to meet these goals.
Decided at AfricaSan 2013 as part of the eThekwini Declaration.
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1. Is there an annual review in place to monitor RURAL sanitation sub-sector performance and to set new targets/undertakings?
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No review or setting of new undertakings
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Review but no setting of new undertakings
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Review and setting of new undertakings
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Advocacy Note: Water & Sanitation in Ghana

This briefing highlights the problems evident in accessing improved water and sanitation in Ghana. It provides a set of clear demands from civil society who are calling for increased efforts and action from the government to meet its obligation to fully realise the right to water and sanitation.

CSO Assessment of eThekwini in Ghana

The Coalition of NGOs in Water and Sanitation (CONIWAS), an umbrella body of NGOs and CSOs working in the area of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) believes that Ghana cannot proudly declare today that it has done enough to fulfil her 2008 continental commitment to improve basic sanitation services (toilets and hand washing facilities) for her people, especially those living in extreme poverty. Some selected CONIWAS member met in their Accra office for two days in April, 2015, and assessed Ghana’s performance to date. The attached briefing note presents their findings.

AfricaSan West Africa Regional Meeting Report

The attached meeting report provides a summary of proceedings from the The AfricaSan West Africa Regional Meeting 2013: Reviewing Sanitation Action Plans and eThekwini Monitoring. The purpose and focus of the sub-regional meeting was to bring countries together at a mid-point between AfricaSan conferences. In preparation for the upcoming 4th AfricaSan conference, countries reviewed progress on their Sanitation action plans, reviewed progress on the eThekwini commitments, agreed the 2012/3 monitoring baseline and had the opportunity for peer learning and knowledge sharing with other countries within their region.

eThekwini Monitoring Data - 2013 Baseline

This is an excel download of eThekwini scores presented in WASHwatch. These scores are the baselines for the 2015 update, which were agreed at four regional meetings in 2013. The reports of these meetings are shared in other comments on this page. The scores will be updated shortly before the Africasan 2015 conference, based on country updating processes. If you feel these baseline scores should be changed as part of that process, please a) leave a comment here explaining your view and b) engage with your national process (you can contact us to help find details).

2. Is there an annual review in place to monitor URBAN sub-sector performance and to set new targets/undertakings?
0
No review or setting of new undertakings
0.5
Review but no setting of new undertakings
1
Review and setting of new undertakings
0.50
× 51%