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Latter-Day Saint Charities extend GrowthAid’s contract in delivering safe water

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GrowthAid is a Non-Governmental Organisation which focuses on delivering sustainable WASH services and the prevention and management of NTDs.

GrowthAid on Wednesday, 9th September 2020 signed a contract with the Latter-Day Saint Charities (LDSC) to provide water facilities to deprived communities in the Lower Manya Krobo Municipality, Yilo Krobo Municipality, and Upper Manya Krobo Municipality in the Eastern Region of Ghana.

The project named Sustainable Water Sanitation and Hygiene (sWASH 2) is an extension of an earlier project (sWASH 1) which provided safe water and sanitation facilities to over 6500 people in deprived communities in the Lower Manya Krobo Municipality.

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This project, sWASH 2, will cover 15 communities from 3 Municipalities: Lower Manya Krobo Municipality, Yilo Krobo Municipality, and Upper Manya Krobo Municipality in the Eastern Region of Ghana. An estimated population of 18,600 people is expected to benefit from the project with sustainable, safely managed water, improved sanitation, and hygiene services.

Dr. Joe Lambongang, Executive Director -GrowthAid

The contract was signed at the conference hall of the Latter Days Saints Charities (LDSC). Dr. Joe Lambongang signed on behalf of GrowthAid whiles Mr. Daniel Yirenya-Tawiah signed for the donor’s, Latter-Day Saints Charities (LDSC).

Mr. Daniel Yirenya-Tawiah signed for the donor’s, Latter-Day Saints Charities (LDSC)

Dr. Joe Lambongang expressed gratitude to Latter-Day Saints for their continued partnership and promised to deliver quality work in line with national, international, and organizational standards.

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Source: Gideon Obeng Darko|GrowthAid

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