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2015

Drinking water supplies and promoting hygiene and sanitation in rural areas (Niger)

Niger

Swiss Water & Sanitation Consortium

Titre : Drinking water supplies and promoting hygiene and sanitation in rural areas (Niger)

Pays : Niger

Localisation : Matankari ; Torodi

Date 2015

Domaines
Drinking water and sanitation infrastructure Hygiene practices Advocacy Water managemen

Descriptif
Surface installation of PHNS-type wells (HEKS models)  Project steering committee  Local monitoring  Designation of a water, hygiene and sanitation (WASH) point  Capacity-building for project staff  Involvement of all stakeholders  Multi-Village Small-Scale Drinking Water Supply (MAEP-MV)  Blue School Approach (Helvetas model)  Musical animation for the promotion of hygiene and sanitation

Activités
 Execution of studies  Set-up and training of structures  Implementation of CLTS  Hydraulic works : 3 wells, 1 borehole with PMH, 5 MAEP  Rehabilitaion : 1 well, 8 boreholes, 7 cemented village wells  Sanitation : 21 latrine blocks (market : 3, health centre : 2, schools : 16, household : 108)  Support of ‘Local Water and Sanitation Plan’

Bénéficiaires :  26,023 people including :  2,511 pupils, 15 schools, 11,509 patients and 7 nurses, 3 health centres.

Budget (in CHF) : Initial budget Total : 1,108,829 CHF — SDC : 831,622 CHF — SWISSAID : 277,207 CHF Additional budget Total : 90,571 CHF — SWISSAID : 90,571 CHF

Swiss Water & Sanitation Consortium

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