The Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources would award private sector and non-state actors for their participation in the Sanitation Challenge for Ghana, expected to bring solutions to the country’s sanitation problems.
The private sector and non-state actors (PS-NSAs) would partner the metropolitan, municipal and district assemblies (MMDAs) in the Sanitation Challenge, which would serve as an inducement for the implementation of their liquid waste management strategies.
The award is aimed at stimulating investments, innovations and expertise from non-state actors to propel the 17 MMDAs participating in the Sanitation Challenge to achieve the interventions set out in their liquid waste management strategies.
It would be limited to PS-NSAs who have registered to participate and each of the 17 MMDAs are expected to be partnered by a PS-NSAs for the Challenge.
The Ministry, which is also in partnership with the Community Water and Sanitation Agency (CWSA), and collaborating with the Sanitation Challenge Team, would convene a Learning Practice for the PS-NSAs and some officials from the 17 MMDAs.
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