Tebu Abgi is a rural community in Ghana’s Greater Accra region in which the partnership drilled two boreholes in December 2018 and helped setup a 7-member water and sanitation management team (WSMT) to oversee the operations and maintenance of the water services. In August 2019, a Rotary WASH advocacy team made up of Oppong Agyare Agyeman-Anane (rotary club of Accra Ridge), Constance Baiden (rotary club of Tema), Rockson Dutenya (rotary club of Accra Osu RE) and Kingsley Johnson Amoako-Atta (rotary club of Accra-Achimota) dropped in the community to check on the situation in the community eight months after the boreholes were handed to the community.
Contributed by Rotary member Rockson Dutenya. Edited by Mohamed Keita
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