Given the high levels of water body pollution, inadequate sanitation, and unhygienic habits that have direct risks on one’s health and socioeconomic situation, improving access to water, sanitation, and hygiene is a critical development and spiritual need. We are committed to “leaving no one behind” and ensuring the holistic well-being of every individual especially the African child.

AAP’s WASH programs provide portable water to society’s most vulnerable members and enhance proper hygiene and sanitation through churches, schools, and communities. Our WASH program has been running over the past 22 years in which several communities and people have benefitted across Ghana.

Over the past 10 years, 250 water systems including boreholes, mechanized wells and rehabs have been installed increasing access to portable water for over 110,411 people in 110 communities. Similarly, over 20,000 people have been trained on effective hygiene and sanitation practices across rural communities in Ghana.