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Somaliadonate

PAH IN SOMALIA

The situation in Somalia is very unstable. The difficult conditions caused by the long-standing conflict are made even worse by the harsh climate. The civilian population badly needs humanitarian aid: access to clean water and food is very limited.

Many Somalis are forced to leave their homes in search of safer living conditions. Due to restricted access to clean water, they are exposed to waterborne diseases (e.g. cholera). Preventive action must be taken immediately.

WHAT DOES THE POLISH HUMANITARIAN ACTION DO?

We have been operating in Somalia since 2011. Our priority is to provide the local people with access to clean water and improved sanitation. We help internally displaced persons who are searching for safe living conditions.

In IDP camps, we repair the existing water take-off points. We build latrines and hand-operated water pumps. We distribute hygiene kits to camp residents, and we also instruct them in good hygiene practice so that they know how to effectively practice good personal hygiene in difficult conditions with limited access to clean water.

Education and development are high on our priority list and that is why we set up and train so-called water committees which are responsible for operating and maintaining the water supply facilities. We make sure that unrestricted access to clean water is provided in schools so that children can have adequate conditions for their education.

2020-2021 – Somalia – Water

Project duration: March 12, 2020 – March 12, 2021
Location: Banaadir region
Donor: UNICEF and KFN

The project aims to enable students from fifteen Somali schools to gain knowledge in safe and hygienic conditions. We will provide educational institutions with access to water and improve sanitation.

Our activities include the rehabilitation of two water tanks and thirty hand washing points. In addition, we are going to repair wells in four schools and modernized them with solar panels. Also, new wells powered by renewable energy will be built in five different schools. Another well will be repaired and modernized by adding a hand pump. We will… Read more here…

2018/2021 – Somalia – Water

Project duration: 07.10.2018 – 11.03.2021
Location: Banadir, Wadijir, Shibis, Hiliwa, South-Central Somalia
Donator: UNICEF

We increase permanent access to safe water in schools, as well as educational and medical centres, and we build water kiosks. We provide access to safe water infrastructure to local communities. We promote hygiene and provide support for well management and repairs. We carry out regular chlorination of water sources and tanks. We distribute hygiene packs. We support maintenance and creation of lavatories. We hold trainings for community leaders in water system management.  We distribute waste baskets and carry out waste disposal. As a result aid will be provided to 230 400 people.

2020-2022 – Somalia – Water/DRR

Project duration: 1.04.2020 – 28.02.2022
Location: Galgadud, Middle Shabelle
Donor: German Federal Foreign Office (GFFO)
Supporting donor: Arche NOVA

The project aims to provide access to clean water and decent hygienic conditions in camps for internally displaced people, in rural institutions and communities. Our activities include the construction and renovation of water and sanitary infrastructures such as wells, water intakes, water tanks, latrines, construction of rainwater tanks in schools, hospitals and health centres. As part of the project, we conduct activities promoting hygiene and distribute hygiene kits, including menstrual hygiene kits, and build infrastructure tailored to the needs of women in schools and health centres. Additionally, in areas at risk of natural disasters, we conduct projects related to Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR). Our activities in this area include building appropriate infrastructure and distributing emergency kits.

2020/2021 – Somalia – Water

Project duration: 01.05.2020 – 30.04.2021

Location:Banaadir – districts Kahda i Deynile

Donator: SHF

PAH will deliver life-saving water and sanitation assistance to reduce acute needs among most vulnerable settlements and communities. In order to fulfill most urgent needs, PAH will provide water to 24384 people affected by drought and conflict.

Water will be provided through private boreholes to serve the vulnerable internally displaced people for 12 months. Furthermore, in order to ensure a sustainable solution, PAH will construct 23 water kiosks to allow the affected population to have access to sustainable water services. Spare parts will be provided to ensure that water kiosks remain functional in the long-run. In order to ensure equal access to water, distribution points will be designated by community members including the elderly and people with disabilities. Read more here…

2018/2021 – Somalia – Water

Project duration: 12.12.2018 – 13.03.2021

Location:3 districts of Banaadir region: Heliwa, Wadajir and Shibis

Donator: UNICEF

We increase permanent access to safe water in schools, as well as educational and medical centres, and we build water kiosks. We provide access to safe water infrastructure to local communities. We promote hygiene and provide support for well management and repairs. We carry out regular chlorination of water sources and tanks. We distribute hygiene packs. We support maintenance and creation of lavatories. We hold trainings for community leaders in water system management.  We distribute waste baskets and carry out waste disposal. As a result aid will be provided to 230 400 people.

2020 – Somalia – WASH

Project  duration: April  1st, 2020 – December 31st, 2020

Location: Banaadir, Lowe Shabelle,  Middle Shabelle regions, Southeastern Somalia

Donor: This project is funded by European Union Civil Protection (ECHO)

The  aim of this project is to increase access to clean water and safe sanitation in five health  facilities  in the Banaadir region. Our activities include the repair of  shallow wells, construction of  a water  tank, extension of a water pipeline, small repairs of infrastructure used for washing (replacement of leaking pipes and taps), and the construction and repair of latrines. In addition, we conduct hygiene promotion activities, distribute  soap and  hygiene kits among patients. As a result, 18,460 people  will receive aid.

 

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