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2013

Rehabilitation and Construction of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) infrastructure in rural Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe

Direction du Développement de la Coopération (Suisse)

Titre : Rehabilitation and Construction of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) infrastructure in rural Zimbabwe

Pays/Région : Zimbabwe

Numéro du projet : 7F08807

Durée : 01.01.2013 - 30.06.2016

Présentation
Zimbabwe is on the path of recovery and transition. However where millions of people remain without access to a regular supply of safe water and sanitation, the risk of renewed outbreaks of water prone diseases is high and a real threat to both public health and development. In order to improve the WASH situation in rural Zimbabwe, the UNICEF managed pooled Rural WASH Fund tackles the problem on three different levels through the 1) improvement of the WASH infrastructure 2) the development of relevant capacities and 3) the leading of a sector wide policy dialogue. This triple approach reflects SDC strategy for Zimbabwe which is supporting the WASH sector with hardware, software and through coordinated policy dialogue.

Objectifs : Contribute to reduce morbidity and mortality due to WASH related diseases ; reduce the burden of water collection on women and girls

Groupes cibles  : 400,000 vulnerable people in three districts Orphans, schoolchildren, women and men, and people affected by HIV/AIDS

Partenaires  : United Nations Children’s Fund

Budget
Swiss Budget : CHF 6’000’000
Budget inclusive project partner  : CHF 51’000’000

Coopération Suisse

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