Sanitation Practices of the People Living Along the Warabeba Beach in Winneba, Ghana

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to examine the environmental sanitation situation of people who live along the Warabeba beach in Winneba in the Central Region of Ghana. This study applied qualitative approach and case study design in the methodology. A sample size of 15 participants were involved in the study through convenience sampling technique. Data collection instruments employed were interview guide and observation checklist. The data obtained were analyzed and discussed under the emerged themes derived from the outcomes of the data collection. The study found that sanitation along the Warabeba beach in Winneba is not environmentally acceptable. Hence, it was recommended that intensified public sensitization would continually inform the people to adhere to proper sanitation practices along the Warabeba beach.

Citation: Isaac Eshun, Dinah Ampomah, Philip Okai Mensah, Yaw Boakye Djan (2021) Sanitation Practices of the People Living Along the Warabeba Beach in Winneba, Ghana, Global Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol.9, No.10, pp.1-11

 

Keywords: Warabeba Beach, Winneba, cleanliness and maintenance, sanitary practices, sanitation situation

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