UNICEF, The United Nations Children’s Fund has initiated a mission of € 5.9 million for the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene with the aim to improve Sanitation conditions of urban Ghana, in the Ashaiman, Accra.
This scheme backed by the government of the Netherlands, according to that plan there in the Ghana 100 of biofil toilets in the 100 homes in the coming hundred days in the regions of Ashaiman, Ho, and Tamale.
One Minister for the local and Rural Development (MLGRD), applauded the step taken by UNICEF and Netherlands Consulate, and delivered his optimism by saying that in initiative would bring lot of change in Ghana by tackling sanitation issues.
He added more MLGRD was persuaded that positive modification could be made if all shareholders worked with hand In hand.
Mr Dauda fascinated to the three pilot assemblies and other sponsors to be actively involved in the execution of the venture.
Mrs Rushman Murtaza, the Deputy Representative of UNICEF Ghana, said the project was to support Government’s efforts to eradicate open excretion in urban areas.
It will help localities to enhance sanitation and healthy activities in the houses as well as schools, and it will make sure the atmosphere where babies can play in healthy environment.
The biofil toilet sytem is most advanced and approved by experts, it also have facility of the flush system, it replaced by infected tank.
That project included 3 year plan, will end 2013.
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