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Santa Cruz; Manaus; La Paz
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2.66 out of 5
WWF Country Risk Score
100 out of 248 Countries
WWF Country Rank
Total Organizations: 6
Total Projects: 6
Priority SDGs: --
Priority Regions: --
Priority Industries: --
Organization Types:
83%
NGO / Civil Society
17%
Business
Profile Completion: 36%

Water Challenges

As reported by organizations on the Hub.

22.2%
Access to Water Supply and Water Services
22.2%
Local Water Resource Governance
11.1%
Compliance with Local Regulations and Widely-Accepted Standards
11.1%
Land Use Issues
11.1%
Physical water supply
11.1%
Upstream Water Issues
11.1%
Water Demand and Competition among Users

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Organizations in Ghana


To reduce infant mortality through improved maternal health in Africa. Learn More

A grassroot organization, to raise awereness and funding for : Civil Society, Social Development, Health; Education/Skill Training for Girls, Disabled children, Youth and Women; Food Security and Environment; Learn More

· Climate change impact risk assessments, strategy, adaptation and proofing · Resilient cities / business · Water resources yield and supply assurance · Hydrology, specialising in Forest Hydrology (Professionally registered) · Flood modelling · Conceptual water supply planning · GIS ... Learn More

The nature of our business has been designed to enable the organization to achieve a consistent base line of quality across the organisation. The organisation is a ‘Charitable Company' under the leadership of the Trustees and all persons who agree ... Learn More

The Toilet Board Coalition (TBC) is a business platform enabling private sector engagement; connecting large and small companies; and ensuring close collaboration between private, public and non-profit sectors with the common goal to accelerate the business of sanitation for all. ... Learn More

WaterStep responds to critical needs for safe water by evaluating and implementing solutions and teaching people to use those tools. WaterStep saves lives with safe water by empowering communities to take care of their own long-term water needs. We believe ... Learn More

Projects in Ghana


Like in many countries in Africa, the lack of access to clean water and sanitation systems is a central public health concern in Ghana. Even though the country’s National Water Policy clearly captures the need to increase the coverage of ... Learn More

The key objective of this project is to provide clean, reliable drinking water for the students in the community of Begoro in Eastern Ghana during summer when there can be severe water shortages. Learn More

The International Water Association and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) lead the joint initiative the ‘Nexus Dialogue on Water Infrastructure Solutions’. The Water-Energy-Food Security Nexus ties three mutually dependent securities together. With population increase, land-use and climate ... Learn More

Project WET is currently active in more than 75 countries around the world through a network of partner organizations that range from small NGOs to major international corporations and organizations. We only go where we’re invited! We work with our ... Learn More

It is estimated that one in five people are employed in global supply chains. Corporations have the potential to play an influential role in the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal 6, “ensuring availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for ... Learn More

Our response strategy at this site has been to implement an overall water stewardship programme that includes targets specific to water stressed sites. The timeframe for this response strategy is the period of 2007 through 2020 - specifically, the site ... Learn More

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