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nanteThe people of Jema Nante in the Kintampo South District in the Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana have been provided with modern sanitary facilities by the Community Livelihoods Support Organization (COLISO GHANA), a Non-Governmental Organization

The facilities consisting of two separate twelve-seater water closets each have been commissioned at a colourful ceremony at Nante and handed over to the committee members

The project which forms part of the collaboration between the Authorities of the City of Antwerp and the Ghanaian Community in Belgium through their umbrella organisation Ghana Council Belgium, was financed by the Flemish Government, Flemish Partnership for Water Development,

nante launching  3The Community Livelihoods Support Organization (COLISO GHANA), a non-governmental organization that helps to improve the socio-economic conditions of the rural communities in Ghana has commenced a project to provide a two (2) twelve seater flush toilet facilities with installed water pumps at Jema Nante in Kintampo South District in the Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana. The project is being financed by the Flemish Government, Flemish Partnership for Water Development, FOS Belgium, TMVW-Waterlink, City of Antwerp, Fuji Oil and Ghana Council Belgium 

Three communities, Akim Bontodiase and Abenase in the Akyemansa District and Oda Nkwanta in the Birim Central Municipality all in the Eastern Region of Ghana are to benefit from the potable water with solar energy and public sanitary facilities. This is to help address the intermittent shortage of potable water as well as the problem of sanitation in the Communities.

webA mechanized potable water system for the people of Akim Bontodiase in the Akyemmansa District in the Eastern Region of Ghana has been commissioned at a ceremony at Akim Bontodiase.

The water project facility provided under the “ Provision of potable water (with solar energy) and improved sanitation in three rural communities in Ghana” was financed by Flemish Community Government, Flemish Partnership for Water Development,

 A water and sanitation project has been launched at Wassa Saah in the Amenfi-East District in the Western Region of Ghana at      a durbar of Chiefs, Elders and the people.Wassa Saah is the third Community to benefit from the project titled” Potable water      provision and sanitation in four (4) rural communities in Ghana”