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2016

Provide emergency WASH services during flooding and the prevention of cholera outbreaks in refugee camps and host villages (Burkina Faso)

Burkina Faso

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Titre : Provide emergency WASH services during flooding and the prevention of cholera outbreaks in refugee camps and host villages (Burkina Faso)

Pays /Région : Burkina Faso

Code projet : BFA-16/WS/85929

Durée : Jan 2016 - Dec 2016

Objectifs  : Contribute to maintaining good hygiene practices and to controlling resurgence of flood, cholera and outbreaks in refugee camps and host villages in Burkina Faso

Présentation
Result 1 Water : The affected populations have access to at least 15 liters of clean water for drinking and domestic needs Activities related to Result 1 1.1 Implementation of kits for local chlorine production by local committees to fight against cholera in the CSPS 1.2 Supply and Water Treatment at home and in the CSPS 1.3 The water supply in households and CSPS will occur through water points equipped with manual pumps. 1.4 Monthly monitoring of residual chlorine free water points and at household level (10 random samples of households taken in each town / village every week). 1.5 A system for monitoring free chlorine residual will be implemented during the implementation of the project on a monthly basis (Phase prevention) to nearly 10 households that will be selected randomly. 1.6 Restoration and strengthening of water points management committees (50% women) and capacity building of WUAs : management committees to rehabilitate water points will be restructured and strengthened and the capacity of Water committees 1.7 Provision of water to CTC Result

2 Promotion of public health : Targeted communities -specially women and girls- are aware of the health risks they face and are prepared to take action to protect themselves against these risks Activities related to result 2 2.1 Epidemiological surveillance through integrated health centers (PS and CS) supporting cholera cases. Including the establishment and training of local committees to fight against epidemics with priority alert. 2.2 Awareness 2.3 Community Engagement Capacity Health community volunteers to perform community activities PHP (Public Hygiene Promotion) and chlorination activities Training / involvement of other stakeholders (community leaders, religious leaders). Production and use of IEC materials (sheets) with public health messages tailored to cholera. Monitoring of hygienic behavior and priorities via eg. focus groups, observations and surveys of households. Establishment and training of local committees for prevention and fight against cholera 2.4 Distribution buckets with tap, Post Distribution Monitoring (PDM) two weeks after distribution in the locality / village. 2.6 Provision of sanitation facilities and hygiene items to CTC and communities

Result 3 – Emergency Preparedness and response : Contingency plan for Cholera is available Activities related to result 3 The contingency plan will consist of three main parts : preparation, epidemiological surveillance and the response phase. 3.1 Preparing for the response in targeted areas 3.2 Strengthening of epidemiological surveillance 3.3 Improved medical care.

Appealing Agency : United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)
Mise en oeuvre : UNICEF,Oxfam, DRC, CONASURE, IEDA

Budget : $450,000

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