Population, Water and Sanitation- 2006

Availability of adequate potable water as well as good sanitary conditions are requirements for good health in any society. In order to illustrate the water and sanitation situation in Ghana, Fact Sheet No. IV presents data on sources of drinking water, disposal of solid and liquid waste, and access to toilet facilities at national, regional and district levels from the 2000 Population and Housing Census….Read More

Population of Ghana: National Trends – 2004

Ghana adopted an explicit Population Policy in 1969. In 1994, the Policy was revised to incorporate emerging issues such as HIV/AIDS, environmental degradation, gender equality, protection of the elderly and persons with disabilities and promotion of the education and the welfare of children and the youth. Read More

Population of Ghana:Population and Health December 2014

Health has been defined by the World Health Organization as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. A population ensures quality production that will drive the development of a country with regard to labour productivity,education and wealth. Read More