Ghana, a nation on West Africa’s Gulf of Guinea, is known for diverse wildlife, old castles and secluded beaches. With a population of over 27 million, Ghana is one of the most densely populated countries in West Africa. The lack of clean drinking water and sanitation systems is a severe public health concern in the country, contributing to 70% of the diseases. Consequently, households without access to clean water are forced to use less reliable and unhygienic sources and often pay more.
WaterHealth Ghana (WHG), which is a wholly owned subsidiary of WaterHealth International, was established in 2008 with a vision to provide safe, scalable and affordable drinking water to the underserved communities across Ghana.
Since then, WHG has successfully installed over 50 WaterHealth Centres (WHCs) across 7 regions of Ghana. The organization has also partnered with RVO (Netherlands Enterprise Agency) for 85 WHCs under Ghana Wash Window (GWW) program. Close to 0.50 million people have access to safe water due to the network of WHCs in Ghana.
WaterHealth Ghana had also ventured into sachet business under the brand name 'dr. water' to meet the demand of safe, affordable and potable drinking water for Ghanaian consumers. The company had collaborated with local entrepreneurs for manufacturing and distribution of sachet water and has successfully rolled out 'dr. water' sachet in 500 ml packaging.

WHC launch -Ashanti, Ghana

WHC launch – Buduburam, Ghana

WHC launch -Effiduase, Ghana