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Amref in MK61million emergency response project in Chikwawa
One of the health development international organizations, Amref Health Africa has disclosed that it will be pumping in about K61 million in response to the March 2019 devastating floods in the district. The money is half of the total sum approximately K122 million whereas the other half has been allocated to Zomba district. The organization's WASH Manager, Young Samanyika made the remarks Wednesday during a presentation when his organization engaged Chikwawa District Civil Protection Committee (DCPC), District Health Management Team (DHMT) as well as members from health, WASH and NutritRead More
Applying the Social Enterprise Approach for Sustainable WASH Solutions
Located in Dalalekutuk Ward of Kajiado County, Ngatu Shopping Center was faced with challenges of water access as is the case across many other parts of the County. Kajiado receives minimal rainfall and is characterised by cyclical episodes of prolonged drought that exacerbate the water situation. As a result, rain-fed water sources such as earth dams, roof catchments and scoop holes dry up in the dry season and therefore cannot meet the water needs of the community. Through the County Government of Kajiado, the community of Dalalekutuk drilled the Elerai borehole in 2012 with a view to proRead More
We Are at World Water Week in Stockholm to Promote FINISH Mondial
WASTE, Amref Flying Doctors and Aqua for All are working together on local sanitation market development through the FINISH model (Financial Inclusion Improves Sanitation & Health). Through health awareness creation, demand creation, sanitation marketing, financial inclusion and loans, as well as mason and business training, we ensure that:
- People are aware of the need for a safe and durable toilet Read More
Improving Sanitation through Partnerships, Innovation and Financial Inclusion in Busia County, Kenya
Amref Health Africa in Kenya is working closely with the County Government of Busia to provide improved access to sanitation services.
Busia County was declared open defecation free (ODF) back in 2015 and since then, there has been a concerted effort to retain this status.
Amref Health Africa in Kenya is supporting Busia County to improve sanitation and hygiene through two water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) projects.
Financial Inclusion ImprovRead More