Burie Integrated and sustainable WASH project (Ethiopia)

2016 - 2019 • WaterAid

Purpose

The goal of the program is to contribute to improving health and well-being of people, especially marginalized groups (communities, pregnant women and school children), through improved access to sustainable WASH services in Ethiopia.

Activities

The goal of the program is to contribute to improving health and well-being of people, especially marginalized groups (communities, pregnant women and school children), through improved access to sustainable WASH services in Ethiopia.

The Burie sustainable and integrated WASH program is a three year program that will improve the overall WASH access of the Burie Zuria Woreda and town by demonstrating service delivery in selected kebeles linked to capacity building, influencing, learning and documentation at wider level. The programmatic approach will link sustainable service delivery demonstration with sector performance improvement and policy influencing to achieve the outcomes of the program. The major thematic areas of the programme are: sustainability, sector performance improvement and WASH and Maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH) that focuses in health facilities, schools and in selected communities. In this project public private partnership using medium and small enterprises (MSEs) for sustainable WASH service and evidence based hygiene promotion, will be piloted and documented for scale up. The program lasts for three years and covers the period between April 2016 and March 2019.

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Objectives

The project objective is to contribute for the progress towards the Government of Ethiopia’s target of achieving universal access to WASH by 2020. More specifically;
1. Increased access to sustainable and equitable WASH service for a total of 41,630 people in Burie Zuria Woreda and Town by the end of March 2019.
2. Increased access to sustainable and equitable WASH service for 4 health institutions (health centers and health posts) and 10 schools by the end of March 2019.
3. Burie Woreda and Town local governments have enhanced capacity and systems to plan, monitor, coordinate and sustain WASH services.

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Cities Enabling environment and institutional strengthening Health and hygiene International NGO Market development Operation, maintenance and sustainable services Other funding source or unspecified Rural Rural areas Specific to one or several countries Sub-Saharan Africa Toilets or urinals (user interface) Urban (entire city)

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