Access to safe drinking water by sinking a cemented well in Barboussayé

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Project ID

NER/CWI/Y2/2008/03

Project Title

Access to safe drinking water by sinking a cemented well in Barboussayé

Type

Freshwater, Water Supply and Sanitation

Focus Areas

International Waters

Geographic Scope

Lead Organization(s)

Project Partners

Grantee: ONG ARIDEL

Financing

Total: $24,063

Timeframe

12/2008 - 7/2009

Status

Satisfactorily Completed

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Description

Project Details & Results The population is estimated to be 1243 people and the youth under 15years represent about 51.2% of the population. Cases of diseases related to inadequate and unsafe water consumption, including scabies, and Guinea worm are frequently observed. In the area Baboursayé, several villages are without modern water points. They are named Daroji and Tallé. These villages get their water at the village Mota Kallon. This project, once completed, will ease the life of the people. The purpose of the request is consistent with the policies and strategies for the development policy of the country including the rural development strategy (SDR) and the ongoing decentralization.

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Achievements: Results and Impact

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