4 edition of State of environmental health report of the Greater Accra metropolitan area 2001 found in the catalog.
State of environmental health report of the Greater Accra metropolitan area 2001
by Ghana Universities Press in Accra
|Other titles||Environmental health of GAMA, Ghana 2001|
|Statement||Jacob Songsore ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Songsore, Jacob., University of Ghana.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||45 p. :|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||2006317390|
Through this initiative, the government of Ghana has secured a total of US$ million to help improve the water and sanitation situation within the Greater Accra Metropolitan Assembly (GAMA) (The World Bank-IBRB-IDA ). The GAMA Sanitation and Water Project is a government of Ghana project supported by the World Bank and the Global. The Greater Accra Metropolitan Area (GAMA) is one of the fastest-growing city regions in West Africa. GAMA is exposed to recurrent shocks and stresses on top of numerous developmental challenges and climate change issues that threaten development gains.
An efficient solid waste management system remains an appropriate tool for achieving sound environmental health in Accra. Improving access to safe disposal facilities, in addition to conducting awareness campaigns on the health impacts of poor sanitation, will help alleviate the problems of improper waste disposal and eventually improve the. However, the distribution of hotels among the regions has not been even. From Table 2, about 20% of the rooms were located in the Ashanti Region and 12% in the Western GAR has the largest number of hotels, approximately 34% of all rooms, including all the four- and five-star hotels in (Ghana Tourist Board (GTB), ).The growth of hotels has not been without effects .
Ghana - Greater Accra Metropolitan Area Sanitation and Water Project (English) Abstract. The development objective of the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area (GAMA) Sanitation and Water Project for Ghana is to increase access to improved sanitation and improved water supply in the GAMA, with emphasis on low income communities and to strengthen. Songsore J, Nabila JS, Yanyuoru Y, Amuah E, Bosque-Hamilton EK, Etsibah KK, et al. State of environmental health report of the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area Accra: Ghana Universities Press; Google Scholar.
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State of Environmental Health: Report of the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area Simple search Advanced search - Research publications Advanced search - Student theses Statistics. English (English) Book (Refereed) Place, publisher, year, edition, pages. Author of The citizens at risk, Co-Operative Credit Unions as Instruments of Regional Development, Towards a better understanding of urban change, State of environmental health report of the Greater Accra metropolitan areaUrbanization and health in Africa, Women and household environmental care in the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area (GAMA), Ghana.
The Accra Metropolitan District is one of the Metropolitan, Municipal and Districts in Ghana, and among the 26 such districts in the Greater Accra Region with a population of 1, as of As of Marchit spans an area of approximately 60 km 2 (23 sq mi) and encompasses the Ablekuma South, Ashiedu Keteke, and Okaikoi South sub-metropolitan district : Greater Accra Region.
Book. Full-text available. K.K Etsibah, Jan-Erik Gustafsson and Gunner Jacks, State of Environmental Health Report of the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area (GAMA)(Accra. State of environmental health report of the greater Accra metropolitan area Accra: Ghana Universities Press.
Accra: Ghana Universities Press. Google ScholarCited by: 1. Amasaman District Hospital is located in Ga West (Greater Accra Region Annual Report, ), and has six Community Health Based Planning and Services (CHPS) zones, two health centers and a clinic.
Similar to Ga West, Ga East used to be a rural area, but due to rapid urbanization in Accra, the district‟s population is greater thanpeople. Sao Paulo and Jakarta are both megacities, renowned as the sites of severe environmental distress. Accra does not yet face the megacity problems.
Yet the local environmental problems described in this report on Accra are probably a far greater burden for local inhabitants than, for example, the widely publicised ambient air pollution in Sao Paulo. Think globally, act locally emphasizes the importance of scale in dealing with environmental challenges, but not how to factor it in.
This major new book focuses on the spatial dimensions of urban environmental burdens, showing how important it is to take these into account when pursuing environmental justice and good governance - whether in the context of the sanitary risks of slum.
Songsore, J. and McGranaham, G. () Environment, Wealth and Health: Towards an Analysis of Intra-Urban Differentials within the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area. Stockholm, Sweden. Stockholm Environmental Institute.
Study Area. Wa is the regional capital and the most urbanized city of the Upper West Region located in the north western part of Ghana (see Figure 1).The city lies within latitude 1º40’ and 2º45’N and longitude 9º32’ to 10º20’W thus covering an area of approximately 1, square kilometres which is about 32% and % of the region and nation respectively .
Songsore J, Nabila JS, Yanyuoru Y, Amuah E, Bosque-Hamilton EK, Etsibah KK, Gustafsson J-E, Jacks G. State of environmental health report of the greater Accra metropolitan area Accra, Ghana: Ghana Universities Press; Stoler J, Daniels D, Weeks JR, Stow D, Coulter L, Finch BK.
Environmental and health impacts of household solid waste handling and disposal practices in Third World cities: the case of the Accra Metropolitan Area, Ghana. Environmental and health impacts of household solid waste handling and disposal practices in Third World cities: the case of the Accra Metropolitan Area, Ghana.
Environmental Protection Council Greater Accra Metropolitan Area Ghana Water and Sewerage Corporation Kumasi Ventilated Improved Pit Latrine bottled gas Peak Expiratory Flow United Nations World Health Organisation Note: At the time of the survey (end ) there were approximately cedis to one US$.
The author examines geographies of environmental hazards in Accra, declared a Millennium City on I5 January With the aid of both primary and secondary data, it is shown how environmental governance has shifted under neoliberalism, and the author demonstrates how a review of Accra's waste disposal problems could elucidate how such paradigm shift has contributed to urban social injustice.
Housing has been a relatively neglected site for public health action. However, it remains a place where human beings spend the most part of their day. As a result, the quality of housing has consequences for human health.
We investigate residential characteristics associated with self-rated occupant health in five neighbourhoods in the Greater Accra Region, Ghana. Municipal solid waste management in Accra, Ghana, is at present delivered in an unsustainable manner. Due to uncontrolled urbanisation, large quantities of waste are generated daily in Accra, and this exerts much pressure on an over strained solid waste management system.
Coupled with weak institutional capacity, and lack of resources, both human and capital, the city authorities face.
Accra, the capital city of Ghana, is characterized by limited networked supply, heterogeneous water providers, and various forms of provision. In this paper, we explore how the people delivering water through water tankers shape the distribution of water across the city. Drawing on empirical descriptions of water sourcing and distribution by truck drivers, we show that who gets what water at.
This study examined the geographies of ecological hazards in the “Garden City” of West Africa, Kumasi. The data collection involved questionnaire survey of households using proportional representative sample of residential communities. This was complemented with 6 focus group discussions and 12 in-depth interviews with officers involved in environmental management.
This work is the product of a collaborative effort of Metropolitan, Municipal, and District Assemblies (MMDAs) of the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area and ministries of the Government of Ghana, with contributions of staff of The World Bank. The findings, interpretations, and conclusions expressed in this work do not necessarily reflect.
This study employed integrated remote sensing, GIS, land accounting techniques and utilisation of high-resolution Quickbird and Worldview 2 images to analyse actual (–) and future (–) LCC and explored implications for ecological sustainability in the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area, Ghana.
Government of Ghana, Public Expenditure Review –, The Rural and Semi-urban Water Supply and Sanitation Sector, Draft Report Between GoG and DANIDA, November Ghana Living Standards. Accra, Ghana's national capital, is the largest city and the hub of political and economic activities in the country.
The population of the city has grown significantly over time (see Table 1).From a population figure of o inand thenbythe population of Accra reached more than million in (GSS,Konadu-Agyemang, ), and was estimated to be almost.Accra (/ ə ˈ k r ɑː /; Akuapem & Asante Twi: Nkran; Dagbani: Ankara) is the capital of Ghana covering an area of km 2 ( sq mi) with an estimated urban population of million as of It is organized into 12 local government districts – 11 municipal districts and the Accra Metropolitan District, which is the only district within the capital to be granted city status.