Access to drinking water


  • Improving access to drinking water in Dakar

    Improving access to drinking water in Dakar
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  • Sustainable access to drinking water and sanitation in Nampula province

    Sustainable access to drinking water and sanitation in Nampula province... The project aims at improving and making sustainable access to drinking water, sanitation and hygiene practices for families (a total of 75 000 people) in three rural districts of Nampula Province... The project will have a direct impact on access to drinking water and to sanitation of 75 000 people which will improve their daily lives and health
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  • Scaling up access to drinking water by constructing infrastructure and building stakeholders' capacities

    Scaling up access to drinking water by constructing infrastructure and building stakeholders ' capacities... Drinking water, an essential need for Bamako Mali needs essential services more than ever before, the first being access to drinking water... Finally, over 20 000 social connections will give the most deprived access to drinking water
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  • AFD, the Italian Cooperation and the European Investment Bank agree to coordinate their efforts to foster access to drinking water in secondary cities

    AFD, the Italian Cooperation and the European Investment Bank agree to coordinate their efforts to foster access to drinking water in secondary cities
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  • Developing the access to drinking water in Cambodia's rural areas: AFD's financial support to the NGO 1001 Fontaines's project "Cambodia Phase 3"

    Developing the access to drinking water in Cambodia's rural areas... The French Development Agency (AFD) has recently renewed its support to the French NGO 1 001 Fontaines's programme aiming at improving access to drinking water in Cambodia... 1 001 Fontaines aims at improving the health of the rural populations by facilitating their access to drinking water via the development of drinking water production sites in the villages from the countryside
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  • Water and sanitation in Togo: a priority area for the health of the population

    AFD in Togo began actively the new year with a grant of six million euros (nearly 4 billion CFA francs) for the implementation of a project to ensure the best health conditions and a access to safe drinking water in schools and rural in the Savannah Region... The need for action in favor of sustainable poverty reduction The rate of access to drinking water, Togo national average in 2007 was estimated at 34 % and remained unchanged until 2010. This translates into a significant deficit of equipment in water infrastructure and underinvestment in the sector
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  • AFD's "water and sanitation" strategy

    Access to drinking water and sanitation was recognized as a human right by the United Nations in 2010 and is a prerequisite for improving public health and gender equality. As a source of life and biodiversity, water resources are considered as a global good
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  • AFD's "water and sanitation" strategy

    Access to drinking water and sanitation was recognized as a human right by the United Nations in 2010 and is a prerequisite for improving public health and gender equality. As a source of life and biodiversity, water resources are considered as a global good
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  • Examples of projects in the sector of the water and sanitation

    Improving access to drinking water and anticipating climate hazards. Mekong Basin
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  • AFD in the Palestinian Territories

    Improving the access to water for 110 000 inhabitants Financed by both France via the AFD and the Netherlands ceiling 17 5 million Euros, in a region where the resource is rare, the project aims to improve the drinking water system in Bethlehem district in order to ensure the continuity of the water supply to the population. One of the results: benefiting 110 000 inhabitants by improving their access to drinking water. Thanks to the rehabilitation of the drinking water system, more than 56 km of pipes will be replaced to increase average consumption / access to drinking water by nearly 20 %. During a visit to Bethlehem, the Water Minister of Palestine, Mr Mazen Ghunaim was able to observe the progress of the work and to meet with the project's teams. Ongoing work is being carried out by a joint-venture composed of Jordanian and Palestinian regional companies
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