Tempande Bougre-Natenga is one of the most deprived remote villages in Tempande District Assembly in the Upper Region of Ghana. This remote village has no portable source of water; they depend on ponds and seasonal rivers where animals and people drink from the same sources. Women and girls spend time walking long distances everyday carrying water on their heads home. With the help of a partnered organization MGR the water-sanitation project in this remote village will include the activities of providing deep water well borehole, latrines, bathrooms, and hand washing basins and ablution stations, and most importantly education to promote hygiene and sanitation practices.
The WASH Project Elements:
- Construction of 2 toilets for men and 1 toilet for women
- 2 shower rooms for men and 1 shower room for women
- 6 seats Wudhu facility separately for men and women including 2 hand washing basins
- A water borehole with a solar panel system
- Electricity connection & items
- Waste management system
In memory of Ahmad Mohammad Elayan
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