Drinking water in the outer districts Bamako – phase 2
- Increased access to water and sanitation.
- Client-contractorship (implying ownership of the infrastructure by the 'client') by village councils.
- Integration of decentralisation into national politics.
- Strengthening of local NGOs and platforms
- AMASBIF (Association malienne pour le Sauvegarde du Bien Etre familial).
- Village I en Village IV.
- COPIDUC (Platform Village IV).
A total of 18,000 direct beneficiaries in the 2 villages (134.900 indirect beneficiaries; the population of the 2 villages). Other target groups are the village councils, the communal consultation platforms, decentralised government institutions and private sector.
Improvement of the access to safe drinking water and sanitation for the impoverished population in 8 districts of the villages I and IV of Bamako district.
- Villages I and IV are familiar with local Client-contractorship methodology (implying ownership of the infrastructure by the 'client').
- Around 12.000 individuals have lasting access to drinking water.
- Around 6.000 individuals have individual basic sanitation or have access to public sanitation services.
- The involved population becomes familiar with more hygienic behaviour and uses the water and sanitation infrastructure appropriately.
- Communal water and sanitation infrastructure is managed appropriately on the basis of a convention between village council, end users and private service provider supervised by a governmental regulating agency.
- 2011 : € 109.983
- 2012: € 110.197
- 2013: € 80.984
- Total : € 301.164