International review of institutional models to support the development of the National Sanitation Authority in Ghana
conference contributionposted on 2018-11-12, 16:47 authored by Jonathan Parkinson, F. Mawuena Dotse, Nii Odai Laryea, P. Salian
The Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources in Ghana has stated the Government of Ghana’s intention to establish a National Sanitation Authority (NSA) to provide the institutional home for sanitation sector development. The NSA aims to accommodate various functional attributes related to planning/programming, financing, implementation and monitoring of infrastructure and service delivery for improved sanitation. However, the details of how these will be formulated and how these fit within the current institutional arrangement in Ghana have yet to be discussed or agreed. This paper describes the process of stakeholder engagement and consultation and how the results from an international study of institutional models from fifteen countries in Africa and Asia were used to support the consultation.
The paper was made possible by the financial support from the Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP) as part of multi-country Urban Sanitation Research Initiative managed by WSUP with core-funding from UK Aid from the UK government.
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Published inTransformation towards sustainable and resilient WASH services: Proceedings of the 41st WEDC International Conference
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CitationPARKINSON, J. ... et al, 2018. International review of institutional models to support the development of the National Sanitation Authority in Ghana. IN: Shaw, R.J. (ed). Transformation towards sustainable and resilient WASH services: Proceedings of the 41st WEDC International Conference, Nakuru, Kenya, 9-13 July 2018, Paper 3050, 6 pp.
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