July 8, 2018

SAVING GHANA’S WATER RESOURCES: THE NATURE-BASED APPROACH

1st Water Satellite Quarterly Panel Discussion To mark the World Water Day 2018, the Water Satellite Network, a Ghanaian youth-led water & sanitation advocacy group, took […]
July 11, 2017

GCF’s Water Satellite Coordinator Graduates with Distinction

GCF’s Water Satellite Coordinator Graduates with Distinction GCF Ghana Water Satellite Project Coordinator, Mr Ransford Aggrey, has been touching lives of people in Ghana, especially those […]
July 7, 2017

WORLD WATER DAY; WHY WASTEWATER?

This year, 2017, attention has been turned to the importance of wastewater which by nature is considered as waste, probably by virtue of ‘waste’ being included […]
July 7, 2017

WEALTH IN THE DITCH; THE PLASTIC WASTE OUTLOOK

  Poor sanitation is one of the greatest challenges that Ghana is faced with. Vigorous efforts have been made to curb this problem and to achieve […]
July 7, 2017

IMPLICATION OF GHANA’S RANK IN OPEN DEFECATION ON NUTRITION OF GHANAIANS

Ghana has been ranked 2nd to Sudan in the practice of open defecation. Considering Ghana’s repute on the international scene, this achievement is a dent on […]
July 7, 2017

IMPACT OF DEMOGRAPHIC DIVIDEND ON GHANA’S ECONOMY

Ghana, a tropical country located in Sub-Saharan Africa with an estimated population of 24.87 million made up of 51.2% females and 48.8% males. The population growth […]
July 7, 2017

GHANA’S WATER CRISIS; WHO CAUSED IT?

  Water is essential to the existence of man and all living things. Amid the natural resources available to mankind, water holds a prominent place, due […]
July 7, 2017

ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF TIOLETS ON GHANA’S ECONOMY

Universal access to adequate and proper sanitation is a fundamental human right which is essential in a country’s developmental process. Since 1990, about 2.1 billion people […]
July 7, 2017

CLIMATE CHANGE AND WATER SECURITY IN AFRICA

Security, is an essential component of the human race, and even more important in the lives of the super powers in society. Using the President of […]