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With his partner CIDRI Join For Water has built many drinking water systems in Ituri; today Join For Water focusses on an improved and sustainable management.
2017-2021 (Mali) Sustainable access to drinking water, hygiene and sanitation in Bamako, Mopti and Koulikoro
Join For Water focuses on sustainability of the infrastructure and on behavioural change in hygiene.
The programme is situated in 6 municipalities in the region of Mono-Couffo: Dogbo, Athiémé, Lokossa, Bopa, Lalo and Toviklin. Possibly the programme will be expanded to other departments.
Access to and management of water and sanitation in the Antanifotsy district
Access to basic sanitation in Town I and IV in Bamako
Food security for the vulnerable population is the ultimate objective of this programme.
From 2017 till 2021 Join For Water will develop activities in 2 Provinces in the west of Burundi: Bubanza and Bujumbura rural.
This programme is based on the current activities in existing and new locations within the Mpanga Catchment in Western Uganda and an upscale of similar interventions in new areas within the Northern part of Lake Albert Catchment.
Access to drinking water, sanitation and/or water for agriculture; the management of infrastructure and the protection of sources and river basins are key elements in this programme.
(2017-2018) Madagascar Sustainable access to drinking water, hygiene and sanitation in the Plateau Central and in Toamasina
We focus on the consolidation of the acquired expertise since we started our operations in Madagascar in 2006.
For Join For Water and Join For Water EC/Ecuador a new collaboration starts. By the end of 2019 Join For Water EC should be ready to continue autonomously the Join For Water activities in Ecuador.
Training for the trainers...
2.2 million people live in the district of Bamako, Mali's capital. 98.5% of them uses an autonomous sanitation. This generates about 550m³ of faecal sludge per day.
Innovatief project rond water en sanitaire voorzieningen in randstedelijk gebied van Dogbo, Athiémé, Lokossa, Dassa et Savalou.