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WASH support for Somalia


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Titre : WASH support for Somalia

Pays : Somalia

Date : 2018-2022

Agence : Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency
Implementing organisation : Adventist Development Relief Agency (ADRA)

The Adventist Development Relief Agency (ADRA) has applied to Sida for funding of 68 million SEK to carry out the ’Somalia WASH Service Delivery Improvement Programme (SOWASDIP)’ in Somalia during the period 2019-2023. This includes SEK 8 000 000 that Sida has allocated to support the work of the Somalia NGO Consortium during the same period.

The intervention aims at improving health and environmental conditions as a result of sustained access to water, sanitation and hygiene promotion (WASH) services. Specifically, the intervention will 1) Strengthen the enabling environment and governance structures to support the delivery of appropriate, equitable and affordable WASH services, 2) increase access to sustained, equitable and affordable safe water through well managed water supply systems in rural, peri-urban and urban settlements, 3) increase access to improved, adequate and equitable sanitation and hygiene services, and 4) Increased household income as a result improved WASH services . ADRA will implement the intervention together with the Somali governments, Civil Society Organizations, the private sector, and the Somalia NGO consortium. The intervention will geographically target select districts in South Central, Puntland, Somaliland and the states (Galmudug, South West, and Jubbaland). Primary target beneficiaries will be women and girls from poor households living in urban, peri-urban and rural areas including the nomadic populations and Internally Displaced Persons.

Total committed amount :
The intervention’s total budget is 68 million SEK which will be totally funded by Sida. Approximately 17 million SEK of the intervention budget will be forwarded from ADRA to implementing civil society organizations and 8 MSEK to the NGO consortium.

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