CERF-funded Project

Honduras

Emergency response to provide life-saving access to basic WASH services and assist vulnerable children and families impacted by Hurricanes ETA and IOTA in Honduras. (20-RR-CEF-063)

Project overview

The main objective of this project is to provide life-saving water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) assistance to communities affected by the hurricane. This UNICEF improves access to water in shelters and surrounding homes through the installation of water storage tanks, the chlorination of strategic water points, and by trucking water. The project also improves access to WASH services in healthcare facilities, installs hand-washing facilities, distributes hygiene kits, and raises awareness about hygiene and COVID prevention. The project provides life-saving assistance to 25,000 people, including 7,750 women, 7,750 men, 9,500 children, and 1,600 people with disabilities.