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Ghana - GH:Sustainable Rural Water Sanit Serv (English)


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    IEG Review Team

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    Implementation Completion Report Review

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    Ghana - GH:Sustainable Rural Water Sanit Serv

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    access to water supply and sanitation; hours of service per day; number of people with access; water supply and sanitation service; water supply and sanitation facility; water supply and sanitation system; Water and Sanitation Information System; small town water supply system; cost of water supply; water and sanitation system; sustainable development goals; small town water system; economic and financial analysis; sanitation and hygiene promotion; millennium development goal; sustainability of water supply; reliability of water supply; solar-powered pumping; theory of change; sustainable water supply; access to sanitation; Sanitation Services; improved water supply; demand for sanitation; plastic latrine slabs; hand washing facility; decentralized service delivery; ratio of revenues; financial management arrangement; water supply activity; decentralization policy framework; community-based rural development; public service provider; term of people; other safeguard policies; financial management capacity; capacity building support; public sector institution; quality of water; good hygienic practices; operation and management; reduction in time; investment in sanitation; lack of evidence; water supply investment; sale of water; incidence of diarrhea; low income community; combination of factor; rate for water; grievance redressal; behavior change communication; open defecation; beneficiary assessment; hand pump; rural community; improved sanitation; behavioral change; counterpart funding; discount rate; rural water; output level; outcome indicator; transmission line; causal link; sanitation component; environmental safeguard; institutional strengthening; national grid; effective fee; health facility; large population; operational issues; rural area; long-term sustainability; in school; financial sustainability; free water; basic household; sanitation operation; power system; Advisory services; outcome targets; logistical support; default rate; mitigation measure; water user; community level; personal hygiene; elevated tanks; safeguard policy; credible evidence



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Ghana - GH:Sustainable Rural Water Sanit Serv (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.