Republ
ic of Ghana






                                                        
1.1
Institutional capacity in the water, sanitation and works sector developed
1.



Improved management of water and sanitation benefits

Improved government programming in Ghana's three northern regions.
1.2
Water supply asset management system developed. Most water and sanitation systems are maintained using local and national resources.
1.3
District sanitation O&M and spare parts system supported.
1.4
Water quality monitoring supported.
1.5
District sanitation sector strengthened.
1.6
CSOs and private sector strengthened

2.1
District organizational effectiveness improved
2.


Improved district planning, coordination and accountability.



2.2
District training and HRD undertaken.
2.3
District M7E systems strengthened.

3.1
Regional institutional capacity strengthened.
3.

Improved regional planning and coordination.


3.2
Regional M&E systems strengthened.

4.1
National policy on decentralized management of water supplies strengthened.
4.

Improved national policies on decentralized governance and management of water and sanitation.


4.2
Partnerships built with training institutions on decentralization and water governance.

5.1
Strategies developed and implemented for promoting the integration of gender issues into water and sanitation sector decision-making within local government at the regional, district and sub-district level.
5.
Increased participation of women and integration of gender equality concerns in relation to potable water and sanitation decision-making.

5.2 Strategies developed and implemented for enhancing the participation of women in decision-making within the local govenment system in relation to water and sanitation programming.

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