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 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”

 The people of Tano Odumase in the Sekyere-South District in the Ashanti Region of Ghana tasted pipe-borne water after a very  long time.A  rehabilitated water system was commissioned on Sunday 10th August, 2014 after the citizens had experienced much  difficulties to obtain good  drinking water.

standingpipes-smallAkim Kotokuom Community (near Akim Oda) in the Eastern Region as one of the beneficiary to the project

“Provision of potable Water & proper sanitation in four (4) rural Communities in Ghana ", has received its portion. This is the first phase of this project as the mechanization of boreholes and the

Setting up of water distribution systems through public standpipes have been achieved successfully.

This project is being executed with support from FOS Belgium, The Flemish Government, The City of Antwerp, TMVW-Waterlink, a water company in Belgium and Ghana Council (the umbrella organization of the Ghanaian Community members in Belgium).

The overall objective is to promote sustainable potable water accessibility and Livelihood improvement of the people of these 4 communities.

For many years, the community members of Tano Odumase in the Sekyere- South District in Ashanti region of Ghana have experienced difficulties to obtain good drinking water. The water delivery system to serve the community, got broken down some 5 years ago. Some initiatives have been taken to rectify the water system but these have been inadequate for the growing population. Many water borne diseases have occurred in the Community, women and children especially have been burdened excessively.

survey by technical team 3In line with the aims and objectives of Coliso Ghana to improve the socio-economic conditions of rural communities in Ghana through the enhancement of access to good health, good drinking water, proper sanitation, quality education and employment; Coliso is implementing a project to provide portable water and modern public toilet facilities to four rural communities in Ghana This project is being executed with support from FOS Belgium, The Flemish Government, The City of Antwerp, TMVW-Waterlink, a water company in Belgium and Ghana Council ( the umbrella organisation of the Ghanaian Community members in Belgium). Akim Kotokuom (near Akim Oda) in the Eastern Region is one of the beneficiary communities.