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Expanding access to sanitation for unsewered communities in Morocco

2014 - 2017 • International Institute of Water and Sanitation of the National Office of Electricity and Water (ONEE-IEA)


To develop an innovative and appropriate sanitation system for small communities in the MENA region through experimentation and dissemination


The project asks for the best way to adapt the wastewater treatment systems for small communities in MENA region through involvement of the population and gender approach participation.
- Identification of problems and solutions, taking into account the involvement of the population and gender approach (participants who benefited of all events with 50% are women)
- Education / awareness of the people of the environmental challenges.
Strengthening the capacity of NGO working in the field of the environment.
- Develop, test and promote low cost sustainable technologies for decentralized wastewater treatment.


Image: The image illustrates some stages of the project from the awareness and planning phase to the final phase of implementation of the project

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The objective of this project is to develop an innovative and appropriate sanitation system for small communities in the MENA region through experimentation and dissemination, by involvement of the population and gender approach participation.

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Lamzouri Khaoula
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Mahi Mustapha
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Capacity development Community sanitation Decentralised wastewater treatment (e.g. DEWATS) Government-owned entity (not university or research) Middle East & North Africa Other funding source or unspecified Public awareness, advocacy and civil society engagement Rural Specific to one or several countries Technology comparisons Treatment of wastewater or greywater

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