The Minister for Sanitation and Water Resources, Hon. Lydia Seyram Alhassan, has launched the Revised National Water at Kempinski Hotel in Accra.

In her keynote address, the Minister mentioned that the revised National Water Policy recognizes access to water as a basic human right and a resource, which is critical for achieving equitable socio-economic development and the main aim of the policy is to attain universal access to water services with current global focus in the WASH Sector.

Hon. Seyram Alhassan added “access to safe, affordable drinking water is a basic human right and a resource critical for achieving equitable socio- economic development in Ghana”.

The policy is a renewal of Government’s commitment to sustainable utilisation of Ghana’s water resources, equitable access to water supply, and the protection and preservation of water resources for the present and future generations, and this is inspired by the principles of ‘leaving no one behind’.




















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