In Ghana, focus is on social inclusion of marginalised groups. Strengthening the voice of community WASH advocates and engagement with local government. The perception and attitude of citizens towards WASH and IWRM can be attributed to a lack of information, clarity of roles and limited capacity of management teams. Bridging the knowledge gap of citizens on WASH and IWRM in existing and emerging WASH policies will improve the WASH situation in the rural communities to ensure sustainability of WASH and IWRM service delivery and facilities. Some of the local CSOs that work in the Watershed partnership are Hope for Future Generations, Ghana's WASH Journalists Network and Conservation Foundation.