According to the AfDB website:
The project’s development objective is to improve access for the rural, poor, and vulnerable populations of Tahoua, Zinder, Maradi and Tillabéri regions to sustainable drinking water, sanitation, and hygiene services in support of post-COVID-19 prevention and recovery efforts and build the climate resilience of the rural water and sanitation subsector.The specific objectives of the project are to (i) strengthen and improve people's access to sustainable climate-resilient drinking water, sanitation, and hygiene services and reduce open defecation using the municipal end-open-defecation approach; (ii) conduct feasibility studies and prepare implementation files for funding a new climate-resilient DWS investment project in rural areas; (iii) develop tools for mainstreaming climate resilience and gender in the RDWSS subsector; and (iv) build the capacity of RDWSS subsector actors in sustainable management of drinking water and sanitation infrastructure, climate resilience, and hygiene behaviour change, particularly COVID-19 and waterrelated diseases.
AfDB Investment: U.A 5,814,509.42
KENTE Liliane Sandra
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