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2006

Use of solar energy in water supply for Shu’eb village, Socotra, Yemen

Yémen

Titre : Use of solar energy in water supply for Shu’eb village, Socotra, Yemen

Pays : Yémen

N° projet  : YEM/OP3/1/06/03

Durée : Start Date : 1/2006 End Date : 4/2006

Contexte
Shu’eb village located at N 12 55887 E 53 39385, Qalanciah district, Socotra Island, Hadramout Governorate, Republic of Yemen. The population of shu’eb is 600 people in 75 families solely a fishing community. Water supply is from two sources, the first at village site close to the sea yeild brackish water and the other is from well located at 2 km away. Women at the village expressed their difficulties in fetching frersh water on their back from this better quality source.

Résumé du projet
The project aimed at providing community with solar pump to elevate the water 70 m to a hilltop 600 m away from source to reach the village by gravity. The project impact would reduce women labour, kidney problems from drinking brackish water, improve sanitation and the well being of families. Community would participate in the project in as follow : In kind contribution amount to 17.6% of cost and pay monthly subscription of US$ 1.5/family month to a revolving fund to ensure project sustainability. The Socotra Conservation and Development Program (bilateral project) co-financee 18.8% of project cost.

Financement
Grant Amount : US$ 18,480.60
Co-Financing Cash : US$ 3,913.53
Co-Financing in-Kind : US$ 1,543.70

Bénéficiaire  : Shu’eb community Group

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