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Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (One WASH) Programme (Ethiopia)


Department for International Development UKAID

Titre : Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (One WASH) Programme (Ethiopia)

Pays : Ethiopie

Numéro du projet : GB-1-203766

Organismes de mise en œuvre : Donor Government Other. United Nations Children’s Fund

Durée : 30 Sep 2013 - 30 Apr 2018

Résumé du projet
To support the implementation of the Government of Ethiopia (GoE) One WaSH National Programme (OWN –P) over five years (2013/14 – 2017/18) to increase the number of people in rural and small/medium towns using improved sources of water and sanitation facilities. This will benefit additional 1.7 million people and improve access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene facilities. This will contribute towards the MDG target by halving the proportion of people without sustainable access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation and will result in improved household health and socio-economic status of 2.8 million people by 2018.

Présentation du projet
In August 2013, DFID approved a £106m Water supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (WaSH) programme (2013/14 – 2017/18) to support Ethiopia’s One WaSH National Programme (OWNP). DFID support aims to scale up access to clean water and sanitation facilities for additional 1.7 million people by the end of the programme period, and improve WaSH services in all health facilities and schools.

DFID support to the OWNP consists of three components :
Component 1 : DFID has committed to provide £80m, over four years, to support the Government’s OWNP (75.5% of the total DFID commitment of £106m). This support will be provided through a pooled fund arrangement, a Consolidated WaSH Account (CWA), to be established and managed by the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development (MoFED). The OWNP aims at improving the rural, urban and institutional WaSH services by enhancing the capacity of woreda/district, regional and federal level administrators and service providers.
Component 2 : DFID has committed to provide £22m, over five years, through UNICEF (20.8% of the total DFID commitment of £106m) to ensure stronger focus on : private sector involvement, women and girls, and climate and disaster resilience to build a self-sustaining WaSH sector for the future. This component has been informed from lessons learned from previous WaSH programmes in Ethiopia in addressing bottle-necks to implementation, and risks to equity and long-term sustainability in the WaSH sector. This component will be implemented in 8 towns and around 40 satellite villages to build on emerging evidence (“concept proofing”) to inform the implementation of the OWNP. Lessons from this component will be feedback into the OWNP and future WaSH strategies ; and,
Component 3 : DFID has committed to provide £4m over 5 years (3.8% of the total DFID commitment of £106m) for strengthening and operationalization of an integrated WaSH Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) system including strengthening the WaSH MIS and the National WaSH Inventory (NWI).

Project budget : £102,045,688

Présentation : UKAID

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