Open defecation costs the country $79m each year, according to the Institute of Environment and Sanitation at the University of Ghana.
Commuters using Jasikan-Hohoe road in the Jasikan District of the Oti region, always go through terrible experiences due to the bad nature of the road
A shoreline that could disappear soon. The Glefe Wiaboman in the Weija Gbawe is among the coastal communities which have been hit by the effect of climate change and its devastating effects such as rising sea level and erosion.

The situation on the Weija-Kasoa ridge, a once beautiful place to live, which was later declared danger zone for human settlement has been worsened by the recent rains.The base of the ridge has weakened due to constant human activities over a period of time.

A filthy drainage on the road linking Kwame Nkrumah Interchange to the Obetsebi Lamptey roundabout
The Kokrobite beach losing its glory to filth

A deep gully developed under the road in Kokrobite in the Ga South Municipality after a downpour
The tendency for cities to get flooded after moderate rain levels continues to remain an unresolved problem in Ghana
Coach of Kenya’s national football team, Sebastien Migne instructs his player when he is met in a crucial encounter with the Black Stars in Accra for an AFCON 2019 qualifier
Poverty is the country’s greatest enemy,” the Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia in a recent comment noted. Pictured is a head-potter with her child sleeping on the street.
The techniques used by local fisherfolks to handle fish before they get to the market are decades old but will they still pass the test of modern standards of food safety? The picture shows a fishmonger sweeping the produce dried on the bare ground with a broom.

An excavator pulling down houses at Dansoman Glefe to pave for a new project in the community 

The demolition left hundreds homeless.

Some residents standing around their belongings

When ‘abnormal’ indecent exposure becomes ‘normal’

Some people chose to urinate indiscriminately behind a building on the Accra Highstreet

See no garbage, hear no garbage, speak no garbage

A trader selling close to refuse in the Central Business District    

Motor Traffic and Transport Department  police try to apprehend a lawless driver

A schoolgirl in the Ngleshie Amanfro Community jumps over a gutter to go school

Plastic waste in the Korle Lagoon

Woman urinates under the Kwame Nkrumah ‘Dubai’ Interchange

School children in the Ga South Municipality walk through the floods to go to school

A deteriorated suburban street of Kwabrafoso in the Obuasi Municity