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Water and sanitation sector performance report 2010 [Ghana]

The preparation of a Strategic Sector Development Plan (SSDP) for the WASH sector was initiated towards the last quarter of 2010. The SSDP is a consolidation of the separate sub sector investment plans and strategies into a single harmonized sector plan. These plans include the Strategic Investment Plans (SIP) of the CWSA and GWCL and a strategic plan is being developed for the WRC. The National Environmental Sanitation Strategy and Action Plan (NESSAP) of the MLGRD will also be incorporated into the SSDP with the exception of the urban sanitation component. The SSDP will effectively address the absence of a common sector-wide coordination framework covering the different components of the sector and serve as the basis for implementing the Sector Wide Approach (SWAp) for the WASH sector. Completion of the SSDP is a trigger under the Multi-Donor Budget Support (MDBS) framework. The SSDP is expected to be completed by December 2011. [authors abstract]

TitleWater and sanitation sector performance report 2010 [Ghana]
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication2011
AuthorsGhana. Ministry of Water Resources, Works and Housing -GH
Pagination83 p.; 20 tab.; 23 fig.
Date Published2011-01-01
PublisherGhana. Ministry of Water Resources, Works and Housing
Place PublishedAccra, Ghana
Keywordsaccess to water, development, environmental sanitation, ghana, millennium development goals, rural supply systems, small community supply systems, water supply
Abstract

The preparation of a Strategic Sector Development Plan (SSDP) for the WASH sector was initiated towards the last quarter of 2010. The SSDP is a consolidation of the separate sub sector investment plans and strategies into a single harmonized sector plan. These plans include the Strategic Investment Plans (SIP) of the CWSA and GWCL and a strategic plan is being developed for the WRC. The National Environmental Sanitation Strategy and Action Plan (NESSAP) of the MLGRD will also be incorporated into the SSDP with the exception of the urban sanitation component. The SSDP will effectively address the absence of a common sector-wide coordination framework covering the different components of the sector and serve as the basis for implementing the Sector Wide Approach (SWAp) for the WASH sector. Completion of the SSDP is a trigger under the Multi-Donor Budget Support (MDBS) framework. The SSDP is expected to be completed by December 2011. [authors abstract]

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