Solution to Ghana’s Sanitation Challenges
The vision of Tersus Ghana is to ensure a sanitised environment in Africa through pragmatic world-class research.
Our mission is to provide sustainable and innovative, evidence-based policy recommendations on environmental sanitation management in Africa.
Tersus is a private Environmental Sanitation Think-Tank in Ghana with the mandate of providing adequate basic sanitation consultancy services in Ghana.
Serve as a common national platform for advocacy on environmental sanitation. The aim is to influence major coherent changes in the sector, to commit government, donor agencies and other sanitation stakeholders to take concrete, implementable and quantifiable decisions on environmental sanitation management.
Seek to persuade Government to make further enhanced commitments for promoting environmental sanitation and to identify practically appropriate means to implement existing commitments and new sustainable initiatives in the sector.
Emphasise the need for a dedicated national sanitation goal that would contribute meaningfully to the achievement of a universal access to environmental sanitation services by 2030 in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) initiative. Emphasis shall be placed on efficient waste management services countrywide.
The Think Tank is envisioned as a triple helix body made up of civil society organisation (CSOs), academia and industry-based experts, who will respond to the Terms of Reference (TOR). It would provide input and guidance for rigorous empirical research that would produce environmental sanitation related information relevant to the sector. The group would also…
An environmental sanitation think tank to serve as a focal point for providing long-term solutions to sustainable and environmental sanitation management in Ghana has been inaugurated in Accra. The think tank, called Tersus Ghana, will provide input and guidance for rigorous empirical research that will produce environmental sanitation-related information relevant to the sector and the…