WASH

WASH

Sami Foundation Implemented WASH Project with Support of UNICEF in District Umerkot & District Tharparkar, Major Achievement of these project is given below.

District Tharparkar

  • 252 villages (88%) out of 285 certified as Open Defecation Free communities by the government officials in targeted five UCs of District Tharparkar.
  • 1159 H.H, Population 6,360 (1386 Men, 1357 Women, 1922 Boys and 1695 Girls) will use the harvested rain water from 300 pairs of Nadi Ponds constructed under the project.
  • 3,068 students (1789 Boys, 1183 Girls) and 96 staff members increased their access to WASH facilities through 60-School WASH facilities constructed under this project.
  • 119,213 (25,434 women, 25,995 men, 31,757 girls and 36,027 boys) increased their knowledge and improved their behavior related to personal and community hygiene through messages communicated in BCC campaign
  • 12,691 Children of 284 Schools increased their knowledge and improved their behavior adopting best hygiene practices through their engagement in WASH CLUBS
  • 59 Teachers of 56 schools increased their knowledge regarding SLTS and transformed it to children for adopting best practices
  • 2,030 children (1584 Boys and 446 Girls) increase the knowledge through formed 233 WASH clubs.
  • 114 CRPs trained including 38 Female and 76 Male on triggering and BCCs who further communicated messages in communities
  • 843 VSC office bearers trained on CLTS and best hygiene practices to create ownership in communities
  • 50 masons improved their skills in low cost sanitation construction and local designs through Capacity Building Workshop
  • 6,197 Population (1104 families) increased access to improved sanitation facilities through provision of 857 Demo Latrines.
  • 71,150 people (15,482 men, 15198 women, 21672 boys and 18798 girls) get rid-off from open defecation practices through construction of 10,183 low cost latrines on their own.

District Umerkot

  • 161 villages of five union councils of taluka Samaro certified as open defecation free communities
  • 91,971 people (Male 22,153; Female 24,162; Children 45,656) increased their access to improved sanitation facilities through 322 Demo latrines constructed under this project.
  • 32,989 People (Male 7033, Female 7529, Children 18,472) increased their access to Sanitation facilities through Installation of 1490 raised pits.
  • 31,093 people (Male 7282, Female 7789, Children 16024) increased their access to safe drinking water through Repair / Rehabilitation of existing 165 Hand Pumps in 83 villages
  • 31,830 people (Male 7942, Female 8310, Children 15,578) increased their access to safe drinking water through 110 New Hand Pumps installed under this project in 96 villages
  • 12,820 people (Men 4344; women 4247 and 4229 children) participated and raised their knowledge on hygiene related issues and adopted best hygienic practices of washing hands with soaps on critical times through 217 school and community based sessions.
  • 564 men and 56 women of 161 VSCs increased their knowledge and improved their understanding on CLTS and their role in promoting CLTS for open defecation free communities
  • 102 CRPs (79 male and 23 female) were trained on triggering and BCC who further communicated hygiene related messages in the communities.
  • 91 local masons improved their skills in low cost sanitation construction and local designs through Capacity Building Workshop
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