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DEVELOPMENT NEWS THE WASH TEAM LAUNCH CEREMONY


The latest project will help address the critical need of WASH services at the clinic, which more than 10,000 people depend on for meeting their basic health needs.


At the launch ceremony, Duti said this initial intervention was critical, as access to WASH was essential to provide quality health care and reduce maternal and neonatal mortality and morbidity.


BRINGING WASH AND MOTIVATION TO SCHOOLS


Vida Duti addressing pupils at the St John Anglican Junior Secondary school in Sefwi Bodi – soon to be equipped with WASH services. A former student of the school herself, Duti encouraged the students to complete their education and urged girls not to rush into early marriages, but to focus first on their education.


OPEC FUND 2019 ANNUAL AWARD Duti had expressed her resolve at the OPEC Fund 2019 Annual Award for


Development ceremony, held at the OPEC Fund’s headquarters in Vienna, Austria. She said she would stay committed to helping improve the quality of life for people in the developing world – especially those in her home country, Ghana. The award, which comes with a prize of US$100,000, was conferred on Duti in recognition of her dedication to providing underserved communities with safe water, sanitation and hygiene services (WASH).


See also the Water, health and gender equality article published in the 2019/4 issue of the OPEC Fund Quarterly https://bit.ly/2J3cR1q).


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