Saha Global trains women to start and sustain clean water businesses in the remote rural villages of Northern Ghana, where people could only rely on contaminated surface water previously. While training women to treat water with locally- available materials and how to run a financially-sustainable business, Saha distributes water storage containers to each household and educates the community on the importance of drinking clean water. Saha also dedicates 10 years to monitoring water quality and consumption in every village they operate in, ensuring water safety according to World Health Organisation standards. In 2018, Saha embarked on an expansion plan to bring this simple and low-cost clean water model to more villages, with the ultimate goal of reaching everyone without clean water access in Northern Ghana.
“I am happy to be able to provide safe, clean drinking water for my community.”
– Samata, water entrepreneur in Guremancheyili village of Northern Ghana