Improved governance & access to water and sanitation
EU and other trusts and funds
Building Resilience to Climate Extremes and Disasters
Total Budget € 666,650
Time Frame 2016 2019
Association d’Appui aux Activités de Santé Communautaire
Savanna region, Togo
Welthungerhilfe (WHH), Ministry of Agriculture department of Plant Health, Fédération des Groupements Wend Yam, Association Project Écologie et Reboisement (PER), Association Zood Nooma pour le Développement (AZND), Association de Développement Sougri Nooma (ASDN)
Centre Nord region, Burkina Faso
WEST AFRICA PROGRAMMES
IMPROVED GOVERNANCE & ACCESS TO WATER AND SANITATION, TOGO
Objective: to contribute to the improvement of the quality of life for rural populations through ensuring
In order for our intervention to be sustainable, artisans will be trained in latrine and borehole maintenance. Water point
equitable and adequate access to water, sanitation
management structures will also be set up to collect fees
from users in order to fund any repairs needed.
his project will be implemented in the Naki-Est and Ogaro communities of Togo, which have recorded very low levels of access to drinking water – 26% and 52% respectively.
These levels are not sufficient to sustain local populations. This project is being implemented in Northern Togo in order to improve WASH practices, and local governance of water resources. The project will both drill new, and rehabilitate existing boreholes in the region, in order to provide access to safe drinking water to 5,750 people. 1,908 latrines, of which 150 are
SHA is helping to build ownership and responsibility within the communities by forming development committees and WASH associations, as well as forming a local project management team in order to assure the sustainability of the action.
Total beneficiaries: 32,569 • 54% women • 67 villages in the Savanna Region of Togo
ECOSAN will be built over the three year providing sanitation facilities to 19,080 people.
Yougbare Balkissa (21), and Pilabre Aisha (9 months), Lilgou Village, Togo, 2015
An overview of Self Help Africa's programmes in West Africa in 2018.