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Emergency WASH response to refugees affected by the compounded crisis in White Nile, Sudan.


11/23 - 05/24


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ltpgtlt/pgtltpgtltspangtThe proposed interventions will target 3,000 HH (15,000 unique beneficiaries - 8,550F 6,450M) refugees in Alagaya, Dabat Bosin, and Alagaya extension camps in Aj Jabalain locality. lt/spangtltspangtThe project aims to have increased equal and sustained access to reliable, safe water, appropriate sanitation and hygiene services for the refugee women, men, boys and girls in the target locations. This will be achieved through improving access to secure gender-sensitive water and sanitation facilities. The facilities will conform to the cultural norms of users and through increased awareness of key public health risks and adoption of good Hygiene practices of the targeted population in the refugee camps. To ensure the inclusion of all population groups, NRC will identify people with special needs and measures undertaken in the execution of the interventions or refer them to specialized partners). This assessment will identify protection issues as well as land issues which will guide the implementation of planned infrastructures in this project. This will minimise disputes or tensions over land ownership thus fostering good co-existence in the target locations. lt/spangtltspangt lt/spangtlt/pgtltpgt lt/pgtltpgtltspangtThe main proposed activities to be implemented by NRC include:ltbrgt-Rehabilitation of 6 water distribution pointslt/spangtlt/pgtltpgtltspangt-Training of WASH committees on the management of the water pointslt/spangtlt/pgtltpgtltspangt-Rehabilitation of 10 blocks of emergency communal latrine infrastructure, each with 4 stances, including latrines cleaning tools and provision for disabled accesslt/spangtlt/pgtltpgtltspangtltspangtltspangtlt/spangtlt/spangtlt/spangtltspangt-Desludging of 30 blocks of emergency communal latrines and safe disposal of the excreta, including latrines cleaning of 20 hand washing stationslt/spangtlt/pgtltpgtltspangtltspangtltspangtlt/spangtlt/spangtlt/spangtltspangt-Provision of 20 sanitation kits for solid waste managementltbrgtlt/spangtlt/pgtltpgtltspangt-Undertaking hygiene awareness campaigns in the target locationslt/spangtlt/pgtltpgtltspangtltspangtlt/spangtlt/spangtltspangt-Provision of 15,000 pieces of soap (250g) for hand washing (in-kind, cash or voucher)lt/spangtlt/pgtltpgtltspangt-Provision of 1,000 menstrual hygiene kits (in-kind, cash or voucher)lt/spangtlt/pgtltpgtltspangtltspangtlt/spangtlt/spangtltspangt-Training of community hygiene promoters and WASH committees on positive hygiene practiceslt/spangtlt/pgtltpgt lt/pgtltpgtltspangtNRC will utilize a harmonized approach in close coordination and collaboration with the Commission for Refugees (COR), the WASH sector, line ministries at the state level, and other humanitarian partners. The implementation strategy by NRC will entail working closely with community structures to strengthen the community feedback and complaint mechanism, target persons with disabilities, and mainstream accountability to affected populations (AAP) principles throughout the ltbrgtlt/pgtltpgtltbrgtlt/pgtltpgtlt/pgtltpgtlt/pgt

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