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The Mafi-Zonga Water Project
In the mid-1990s, AMURT Ghana was invited to assist the Mafi-Zonga community in the North Tongu District in their safe water project.
Working through a community-based approach, the project succeeded in providing not only clean water, but also rid the area of the severe Guinea worm disease.
Today, the MZ Water Project serves almost 9,000 people in 26 communities and is run by the local communities with logistical and organizational support from AMURT.
The Kekeli Women’s Team
Through the Kekeli Women’s team of community healthcare workers and the Mafi-Seva Community Clinic, more than 30 communities with 10,000 people enjoy greatly improved health care services and education on health issues.