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2016

Emergency response to Acute Watery Diarrhoea outbreak in Kismayo

Somalie

Titre : Emergency response to Acute Watery Diarrhoea outbreak in Kismayo

Pays /Région : Somalie

Code projet : SOM-16/2470/R/WASH/INGO/2479

Durée : 01/03/2016 — 31/08/2016

Présentation
The project aims to increase equal and sustained access to reliable safe water, adequate sanitation, promote positive hygiene services and take appropriate action to curb spread of AWD among vulnerable AWD affected people disaggregated by sex in Kismayo. NRC will implement the project in Calaney location which has the highest number of cases since the start of the AWD outbreak. It is mainly inhabited by IDPs and returnees. In order to achieve the set objective, the project seeks to undertake hygiene promotion, chlorination and water treatment, distribution of hygiene items, rehabilitation of water points and construct of both communal and institutional latrines. The beneficiaries will be selected through a consultative process with the community leaders in order to ensure the vulnerable with no means to improve their household hygiene are targeted. Female headed households will be prioritized and transparency will be ensured.

Bénéficiaires
NRC will target Calaney location which has the highest number of cases since the start of the AWD outbreak. It is mainly inhabited by IDPs and returnees. The beneficiaries will be selected through a consultative process with the community leaders in order to ensure the vulnerable with no means to improve their household hygiene are targeted. Female headed households will be prioritized and transparency will be ensured

Porteur du projet : Norwegian Refugee Council

Financement : Nations Unies

Contribution : 200,000.00 $

United Nations Development Group

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