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2019

Climate-Smart Development in Mozambique : Using Renewable Energy for Sustainable Access to Safe and Affordable Drinking Water in Gaza Province (Mozambique)

Mozambique

Agence Belge de Développement

Titre : Climate-Smart Development in Mozambique : Using Renewable Energy for Sustainable Access to Safe and Affordable Drinking Water in Gaza Province (Mozambique)

Pays : Mozambique

Durée : Date de début : 01 May 2019 — Date de fin : 05 March 2022

Résumé
Enabel proposes a wider reaching and crosscutting project aimed at climate-smart access to safe and affordable drinking water for vulnerable populations in Gaza Province - Mozambique through the combination of renewable energy, desalination where required, empowerment of communities and involvement of local economic stakeholders in the establishment, management and operation of water supply net-works. The vulnerability of the selected communities to climate change due to their low-lying topography, lack of general infrastructures, and prolonged droughts as well as occasional floods is exacerbated by the increased pressure on natural resources due to the recent resettlement of people displaced by previous floods in 2000 and 2013. The complexity of these factors compelled Enabel to opt for an innovative systemic approach to improve climate-resilient access to water and sanitation with climate co-benefits by investing in climate adaptation as well as mitigation.

Objectifs
Objectif Général : To contribute to climate resilient social and economic development of vulnerable populations in Gaza Province.

Objectifs Spécifiques  : Improve sustainable access to safe and affordable drinking water through a systemic approach encompassing renewable energy, healthy living, empowerment of communities and local economic stakeholders

Bailleur : Flanders

Budget : 909 090.91 €

Présentation (Open.Enabel)

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