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2017

EMERGENCY AND SUSTAINED ACCESS TO WATER AND PROMOTION OF HYGIENE PRACTICES AMONG THE DROUGHT AFFTECTED HOUSEHOLDS IN LUUQ, GEDO REGION.

Somalie

Titre : EMERGENCY AND SUSTAINED ACCESS TO WATER AND PROMOTION OF HYGIENE PRACTICES AMONG THE DROUGHT AFFTECTED HOUSEHOLDS IN LUUQ, GEDO REGION.

Pays /Région : Somalie

Code projet : SOM-17/3485/SA1/WASH/INGO/4548

Durée : 24/03/2017 // 24/09/2017

Présentation
Drought has affected pastoral and riverine communities in Luuq district which has led to reduced water supply to population. Several sources of water in the region have dried up due to drought and communities are travelling for long distances in search of water. Available water sources has experienced pressure from both human and domestic and thus has a high chances of being contaminated. This proposed intervention aims at improving access to sustained access to safe water and prevent incidences of AWD through provision of safe water and intensive hygiene promotion program. The project shall also target public institutions (schools and health facilities) through, multi sectoral approach in coordination with other projects in Health, WASH, Food Security and protection.

Bénéficiaires
The project targets drought affected and most vulnerable persons and families in humanitarian emergency and crisis as per IPC classification. The drought has affected most of the households in Luuq district. However the most affected are pastoral and riverine communities which comprise of IDPs and urban and rural poor host communities. The project will target the most vulnerable IDP households from all social groups, boys, girls, men, and women. Apart from IDPs, the project will target most drought affected vulnerable host communities in Luuq. This will include poor rural and urban households. The project will ensure that design of activities is informed by a thorough analysis of gender and cultural dynamics across different livelihoods groups. In addition, the involvement of women, youth, IDPs and marginalized host community in decision making will be promoted.

Porteur du projet : Cooperazione Internazionale – COOPI

Financement : Nations Unies

Contribution : 228,371.54 $

United Nations Development Group

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