The Resource Centre Network Ghana (RCNG), in collaboration with Ministry of Water Resources, Works and Housing, (MWRWH), has held a Learning and Sharing Meeting on another approach to effective water services delivery in Ghana, in Accra.
The objective of the meeting was to share the diversity of perspectives of various stakeholders on water service delivery using the Sense Maker approach and getting stakeholder feedback on the results of Sense Maker analysis of stories of change.
The meeting which engaged stakeholders in water service delivery was with the Theme: Beyond the statistics about water service delivery to people’s live experiences-Sense Maker Approach.
RCN Ghana, is a network of institutional partners seeking to promote Knowledge Management in the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Sector in Ghana. The vision is a dynamic knowledge-driven WASH sector providing improved and sustainable pro-poor services.
Prosper Dzansi, (Planning Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Expert on the Triple-S Project) (CWSA) and Esinu Abbey (IT Coordinator, CWSA) led the discussion at the meeting where there was a joint multi-stakeholder sector professional.
The Triple-S Ghana project is under the leadership of the Community Water and Sanitation Agency (CWSA).
The meeting saw elaborate discussions on the way forward as to the appropriate implementation of the new Sense-Maker approach to complement existing approach to effective water services delivery in the country.