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Increasing sustainable access to water sanitation and hygiene in the Democratic Republic of Congo

UK aid from the British people

Project Data Last Updated: 07/05/2020

IATI Identifier: GB-1-203445

Partner Projects

Concern Worldwide UK

  • DRC WASH Consortium programme The DRC WASH Consortium programme was launched in July 2013 to deliver sustainable access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) for more than 650,000 people living in 700 villages in DRC. Ensuring that these WASH services are sustainable in the long-term is at the heart of the programme’s approach. The consortium consists of five international NGOs, which have been working in the DRC for over 10 years (Concern Worldwide as the lead agency, ACF, ACTED, CRS and Solidarités International). Total Project Budget: £27,405,928 FCDO Funding: £14,234,435

Oxfam GB

Oxfam GB

  • Sanitation Marketing in the Democratic Republic of Congo The project aims to work with the communities and the government to develop through sanitation marketing approaches ways to increase access to improved and affordables sanitation facilities in an urban setting area and contribute to increasing improved sanitation coverage in at least one major secondary town in Equateur Province over a minimum period of 3 -years. Total Project Budget: £1,575,957 FCDO Funding: £1,575,958

Oxfam GB

  • Strategic Partnership VEA This partnership between UNICEF and Oxfam aims to improve the quality and sustainability of the implementation of the Villages and Schools Reclamation (PNVEA) National Programme, contributing to the results of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and strengthening the Water Sector, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Total Project Budget: £574,674 FCDO Funding: £574,672

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