The Ghana WASH Journalists Network (GWJN) opened a two-day capacity-building workshop for selected regional representatives in Ejisu, near Kumasi Thursday.
The workshop, supported by the Ghana Sanitation and Water Project (GSWP) under the Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources seeks to bring journalists up to speed on the sanitation and open defecation situation in the country.
Delegates from 10 regional branches of GWJN in Greater Accra, Ashanti, Volta, Eastern, Central, Northern, Savannah, Upper East, Bono and Western regions, are participating in the workshop, which is also supported by the +1 Global Fund of the Roddenberry Foundation.
The training being part of the regular capacity building for members of the network will also prepare members for the scheduled field work of GWJN in the second half of February 2023.
Mr. Ibrahim Musah, a WASH sector consultant and Mr. Adamah Korankye took delegates through various developments in the WASH sector on the first day.