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Sub-Saharan Africa has the lowest sanitation coverage on Earth, and roughly 70% of the population, approximately 600 million people, has no access to an improved sanitation source. In many rural areas, open defecation is still common and water-related illnesses cause incalculable suffering, often undermining many development efforts. Preventable water-related diseases claim the lives of thousands daily. About 4,000 Ghanaian children die each year from diarrhea, even more die from pneumonia, and about 23% of Ghanaian children suffer from stunting (chronic malnutrition linked to poor water and sanitation). Five million Ghanaians still use water from unsafe sources. We believe that this terrible situation could be improved in Ghana. NADWOS PROJECTS work with its partners and with local communities to increase basic hygiene awareness, employ behavior change campaigns, provide boreholes as a source of portable water and safeguard natural water reserves so that community people can thrive and lead healthier lives both now and in the future.
NADWOS PROJECTS as part of its upcoming projects, intend to construct about 50 tippy taps for basic schools in over 20 communities in Ghana as a way of providing access to safe running water to these kids. This we believe will go a long way in reducing incidence of diarrhea related diseases in the communities.