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ACQUA, IGIENE E FORMAZIONE IN KAFFA ZONE

Ethiopia

Initiative timeframe: 2011/2015

Total initiative costs

€ 554,158.05
Reparted as
  • Loans -
  • Grants € 554,158.05

Status

90 Complete
90%

Ethiopia


Location

Ethiopia Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Regional State Kaffa Zone 6 districts (Cheta, Gewata, Gimbo, Tello, Chena, Menjo)

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Ethiopia registers one of the lowest levels of water and sanitation coverage in the world. In addition to low levels of coverage, water quality is another serious and urgent issue. One of the highly exposed areas to this kind of risk is the Kaffa Zone in SNNPRS (South Nation Nationalities and Peoples Regional State). This intervention focuses on water supply and environmental hygiene of the communities in the Kaffa Region (in six districts) through establishing community water management committee, organizing training of dedicated staff, raising awareness on WASH at community level, and strengthening the role of women in the community. read more close

Main outcome

To increase access to safe and drinking water and to enhance health standards by creating sanitation awareness through a sustainable approach in 6 selected districts of Kaffa Zone (Ghimbo, Chena, Gawata, Cheta, Tello, Menjo, Bitta).

Initiative data

Initiative number 009633
Purpose Basic drinking water supply and basic sanitation
Sector Water Supply & Sanitation

Subjects

Agency MAE - Direzione Generale per la Cooperazione allo Sviluppo
Counterpart authority Ethiopian Catholic Church Social and Development Coordination Office of Jimma Bonga Catholic Secretariat (JBCS).
Representative Fabio.melloni@esteri.it
Other financiers CVM- Comunità Volontari per il Mondo

Beneficiaries

31,800

Beneficiaries of which females 40.0%
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The raining season and some works to refurbish access roads to the selected districts

Two water gravity schemes supposed to be in place at the beginning of 2015 were not built in time.

Actions taken

An extension period beyond the expected deadline of the project was requested by CVM and approved by the MAECI/DGCS in February 2015.

DGCS

Status Completed
Type Contributions
Procedure Call for Proposal
Procurement notice -