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Project database

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Project ongoing since: 2021
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH »
Fit for School Initiative for Africa

Through improvements in WASH and infection prevention and control in schools the initiative aims to strengthen (pandemic) resilience of educational institutions and schools.

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2018 - 2022
One Drop Foundation »

The project’s aim was to promote the development of high-quality drinking water and sanitation services that would be accessible to everyone in the Sheohar district and sustained by local communities, businesses, and governments.

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2023 - 2025
Village Development Organization (VDO) Ghotki »
Upscaling WASH-systems-strengthening in Fragile and Developing Contexts to Achieve SDG 6 in Ghotki

The purpose of the program is to improve primary healthcare infrastructure and services, especially in rural areas; expand access to clean drinking water and sanitation facilities; implement affordable housing programs for low-income households; and enhan

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