UNDP is supporting the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) to improve access to safe and hygienic private toilets for the inhabitants of low-income community of Moshie Zongo. In Kumasi, 50% of its 1.2 million population lack access to toilets in private households. The problem is worse in low-income communities such as Moshie Zongo, where 82.7% of the households do not have access to decent sanitation. The Metropolitan Assembly has considered a number of measures to address this problem over the years. Following previous pilot experimentation, the KMA has designed an initiative to provide household toilets to low-income residents in the Moshie Zongo area, by providing low interest loans to residents interested in constructing toilets in their own households. The initiative also contemplates training unemployed youth to build the locally designed low-cost toilets. This initiative was one of the 15 winners of the Global Mayors Challenge in 2021.
UNDP wants an office space to accommodate the operations of project staff to support project implementation in the framework of the Global Mayors Challenge led by the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly in Ghana. The office must be in Moshie Zongo.
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