Water and Sanitation Hygiene (WASH)
|Working Area||Fund PKR||Funding Agency||Duration|
|S. Waziristan Agency & Orakzai Agency||23,530,610||UNICEF||11th July 2011 to 10th March 2012|
RAHBAR with the support of UNICEF implemented the PCA “WASH Emergency IDPs Response in FATA (South Waziristan and Orakzai Agencies)”. Under the PCA, RAHBAR provided the basic WASH services and rehabilitation of water supply schemes with a view to prevent and reduce the incidence of water and sanitation related diseases among men, women and children in their places of origin. WASH interventions were aimed to provide safe drinking water, WASH NFIs in line with SPHERE guide lines and hygiene awareness to target populations in their areas of return.
The overall objective of the project was to carry out the early recovery activities in the areas of return of South Waziristan Agency and Orakzai Agency. The project focused on rehabilitating water and sanitation services and infrastructure in Government schools/health facilities and communal places. This included rehabilitation/restoration of water supply schemes, tube wells repair, installation and cleaning/repairing/disinfection of open wells/dug as per the requirement.
Rehabilitated drinking water supply schemes: 28 (total beneficiaries covered: 83220)
Rehabilitation of wash facilities in health centers and schools: 16
Installations of Solid Waste Collection Points: 50
Minor repair to community dug wells and hand pumps: 30
Hygiene Kits and Buckets Distributed in Orakzai and SWA: 7,140 kits
Distribution of School WASH NFIs (booklets, stickers, pencils, shirts) : 3,125