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2015

Lasting improvements to water access and hygiene and sanitation conditions in the most vulnerable communities and health centres in two health districts in Mali

Mali

Swiss Water & Sanitation Consortium

Titre : Lasting improvements to water access and hygiene and sanitation conditions in the most vulnerable communities and health centres in two health districts in Mali

Pays : Mali

Date/ Durée : 2015

Domaines  : Water, hygiene, sanitation

Descriptif
* 7 health centres are now autonomous in drinking water thanks to a solar pump system. This system is connected to a borehole or well equipped with a manually operated pump and the two systems work separately. _ * The solar pump system comprises :  One immersed pump in addition to the manually operated pump  2 coupled photovoltaic panels  One 1m3 water cistern  One water fountain in the courtyard and sinks in the treatment, delivery and surgery rooms.
* Development of a participative follow-up tool to assess the risks linked to conditions and supply of water, hygiene and sanitation in health centres. The participative follow-up of risks related to WASH allowed to improve the hygiene in health centres considerably with implications for all stakeholders (technical service, public health associations, Health Agents).

Bénéficiaires : * Communities :  5,600 people have access to water of good quality and in quantities  5,280 people have access to improved sanitation  20,320 people reached by hygiene promotion interventions * Health centres :  35 health centres  37,000 people have access to water, sanitation and better hygiene conditions

Budget (in CHF) : Total : 622,775 CHF — SDC : 465,492 CHF

Swiss Water & Sanitation Consortium

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