All over the country, people are making efforts to help Ghana become an open defecation-free (ODF) country by 2030. YOU can easily play a part.

Fighting open defecation through community sensitization and changing of social norms

Fighting open defecation through social marketing

Fighting open defecation by making trained artisans available

Fighting open defecation by promoting networking among community change-makers

Making trained latrine construction volunteers available to communities

Promoting household savings for latrine construction

Bonaba Baba Salifu Alemeyarum

Using his influence to sensitize the Bongo Traditional Area against open defecation

Felix Lambert (Dagaow)

Combining journalism and music to fight open defecation in the Upper East

Nana Abena Gyamfua II

Instilling, rewarding and reinforcing good personal hygiene habits and better communal sanitation practices in children

Rev. Samuel Kwame Antwi

Fighting open defecation from the Pulpit in Cape Coast

Pe Thomas Asanchira Aluah

Applying social sanctions to end open defecation in the Kazugu Traditional Area

Adongo Gaspard

Using his access to radio air time to fight open defecation in the Upper East

Nana (Dr) Ama Amissah III

Mobilizing women and Queen Mothers against open defecation from the Central Region

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Open defecation in Ghana is a disgrace; we must stop joking

Renowned media consultant Dr Doris Yaa Dartey has attributed the poor sanitation in the

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ASHMA vows to end open defecation by 2020

Accra, May 3, GNA – The Ashaiman Municipal Assembly (ASHMA) has vowed to end open

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Ghana media declare war on Open Defecation

A group of leading media houses seeking to push for an end to open defecation in Ghana

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