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2014

Water Supply and Sanitation in : i) The Rural Areas of Tadjoura, Arta and Ali Sabieh Districts ; ii) The District Centres of Tadjoura and Ali Sabieh Project

Djibouti

Titre : Water Supply and Sanitation in : i) The Rural Areas of Tadjoura, Arta and Ali Sabieh Districts ; ii) The District Centres of Tadjoura and Ali Sabieh Project

Pays : Djibouti

Identifiant IATI : 46002-P-DJ-E00-003

Date/Durée : 03-Mar-2014 // 31-Déc-2019

Résumé
The Project for Water Supply and Sanitation in : i) The Rural Areas of Tadjoura, Arta and Ali Sabieh Districts ; ii) The District Centres of Tadjoura and Ali Sabieh regions is part of the Social Development Initiative and is consistent with Bank strategy for the period 2011-2015 for Djibouti. It covers areas with a poverty rate of between 62% and 72%. The project targets rural populations of the three regions and those of Tadjoura and Ali Sabieh centres

Objectifs
The main deliverables are : (i) 15 half-buried tanks, 5 DWS facilities and 5 new stand-alone water stations (SAWS), 8 DWS facilities and 10 rehabilitated SAWS in rural areas of the three regions ; (ii) two water supply systems rehabilitated in Tadjoura and Ali Sabieh centres ; (iii) 450 household latrines and 15 blocks of school latrines built ; (iv) IEC and hygiene promotion campaigns targeting beneficiaries ; (v) ESMP implementation and monitoring ; (vi) 30 Water User Management Committees (with women making up 30% of members) set up, operated and trained in water point management and maintenance ; and (vii) at least 150 women trained in solar system maintenance.

Partenaires
Mise en oeuvre : Ministère de l’Agriculture, de la PÍche, de l’Élevage et des Ressources Halieutiques
Suivi : African Development Fund
Financement : African Development Fund ; Rural Water Supply & Sanitation

Budget : 5 924 360 XDR

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