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Tuesday, 27 March 2012

EU to contribute to improvement of Ghanaian water quality

According to recent reports, the EU is providing €1,141,730 out of a total cost of €1,615,730  for a project that aims to improve the independence of Ghana’s water quality control. This initiative, which is expected to soon be replicated in other African countries, will lead to a transformation of the delivery of water to users.
Under the project, a water control organisation, which will act independently from Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL), will be established to allow for sustainable operation of quality control programmes. Kwaku Dovlo, Deputy Managing Director of the GWCL, has welcomed this opportunity, as it will "improve [Ghana's] water quality", monitoring and surveillance, more especially because water is critical to improving the health of the people”.

Source: The africa report