This report provides an assessment on progress made in implementing the WASH master plan for Asutifi North District since its commencement in 2018. Several studies including water and sanitation service monitoring, budget tracking, outcome harvesting, district capacity assessment, and water quality testing have been undertaken. The results of the evidence-based monitoring studies have informed the preparation of this performance report. In 2017, Asutifi North District Assembly (ANDA), with support from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation (CNHF) Grantees in Ghana and other partners, stakeholders and citizens formed the Asutifi North District Ahonidie Mpontuo (ANAM) initiative for the development and implementation of a WASH master plan in the district to provide access to WASH services for everyone in the district by 2030. In 2018, the ANAM partnership launched the 13-year WASH master plan. Subsequently, an investment phase of the master plan implementation was launched in March 2019 to herald the service delivery phase which saw the commencement of WASH infrastructure development to provide services to unserved communities.