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Sector Engagement | Ghana | Assessment, Policy Recommendation
May 2018

Strengthening Community Water Supply through Public-Private Partnerships

By: Safe Water Network | Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility (PPIAF)


This report assesses the enabling environment and outlines policy recommendations for public-private partnerships (PPPs) to deliver safely managed water to rural areas, small towns, and peri-urban areas (community water supply) and contribute to achieving Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6.1, a target aimed at securing universal access to safe and affordable water for Ghana.

This work builds on prior editions of Safe Water Network’s Sector Review series, including the 2013 Market-based Provision of Water at the Community Level, the 2017 Scaling Small Water Enterprises, and work completed by Safe Water Network’s Public-Private Partnerships Working Group (now referred to as the Small Water Enterprise Working Group, the charter of which includes a focus on public-private partnerships) in developing policy recommendations for increasing PPPs in community water supply in Ghana.

This report assesses the enabling environment and outlines policy recommendations for public-private partnerships (PPPs) to deliver safely managed water to rural areas, small towns, and peri-urban areas (community water supply) and contribute to achieving Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6.1, a target aimed at securing universal access to safe and affordable water for Ghana.

This work builds on prior editions of Safe Water Network’s Sector Review series, including the 2013 Market-based Provision of Water at the Community Level, the 2017 Scaling Small Water Enterprises, and work completed by Safe Water Network’s Public-Private Partnerships Working Group (now referred to as the Small Water Enterprise Working Group, the charter of which includes a focus on public-private partnerships) in developing policy recommendations for increasing PPPs in community water supply in Ghana.