Community Need Assessment Research Program (CNARP)

Community needs can be defined as the gap between what is and what should be or exist in the community. A community need can be felt by an individual, a group, or an entire community. It can be as concrete as the need for food and water or as abstract as improved community cohesiveness. An obvious example might be the need for public transportation in a community where older adults have no means of getting around town. More important to these same adults, however, might be a need to be valued for their knowledge and experience. Examining situations closely helps uncover what is truly needed, and require our Community Needs Assessment Research Program to tackle and this is basically on sanitation, health and education.

Volunteers or donor organization would have to discover their exact project through our CNARP program, the cost of the project and time to get it established for the community.

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Community Water Projects  (CWP)

Every day in rural communities and poor urban centers throughout sub-Saharan Africa, hundreds of millions of people suffer from a lack of access to clean, safe water.

Women, girls as well as school pupils especially bear the burden of walking miles at a time to gather water from streams and ponds – full of water-borne disease that is making them and their families sick.

Illness from drinking dirty water and the time lost fetching it robs entire communities of their futures. Hope is put on hold in over half of the developing world’s primary schools without access to water and sanitation.

It is of this view that HCDP GHANA had the WSS project introduce to assist communities with such difficulties most especially in the Adaklu district in the Volta Region.

You can support us by helping us establish:

  1. Home Water Purifier                                               $ 60
  2. Rain Water Collection for a School (WSS)             $ 3000
  3. A Borehole for a Community                                  $ 5500

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Rural Community Toilet Project. (RCTP)
Sanitation access is a critical component to the health and well-being of communities in Ghana and most especially in the Volta Region. Poor sanitation undercuts households and communities economically. Sanitation-related diseases such as cholera or diarrhea force adults out of work and children out of school, lowering productivity and families’ incomes.
There is also a social element to sanitation access and children, women and young girls are disproportionately affected by the lack of improved facilities. Children can become injured by falling into unsafe pits, young girls stay away from schools when going through their menstrual cycle, and, along with women, they can face both perceived and real threats when they have to venture into the bush or even to public facilities late at night.
This is why HCDP GHANA has introduced Rural Community Toilet Project to assist communities with sanitation challenges. However, it’s part of our mission, and support from donor organization to build such facilities in the Rural Communities.
You can support us by helping us establish:

1. 4 sitter toilet (KVIP) (2 Male & 2 Female)                    $ 3000
2. 6 sitter toilet (KVIP) (3 Male & 3 Female)                    $ 4000
3. 10 sitter toilet (KVIP) (5 Male & 5 Female)                  $ 6000

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