The main aim of this $950,000 UNICEF project is to improve the survival conditions of displaced children and their families affected by the 2020 floods with a multi-sectoral approach covering WASH, education and protection. UNICEF will construct 5km of water network and 2 boreholes; rehabilitate 60 latrines, 5 water points and 30 handwashing stations; equip 60 classrooms and provide 3,000 children with school materials; support 4,000 households through the creation of 75 solidarity groups; and strengthen 4 child-friendly spaces. In total, 25,387 persons will benefit from the project, including 5,956 women and 6,992 girls and including 3,806 persons with disabilities.
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|Water, Sanitation and Hygiene