CARE International aimed to support the rehabilitation of essential water and sanitation infrastructure to the flood affected people in consultation with the IASC Cluster system and local government.
To restore access of 2,900 flood-affected households to improved water and sanitation facilities in transition and upon return to their restored homes
To enhance awareness about WASH practices amongst the target population, allowing them and to incorporate better practices as an improvement to their pre-crisis situation
20,000 targeted beneficiaries have improved access to drinking water and sanitation facilities through rehabilitation / repair of water and sanitation infrastructure
All targeted communities have improved status of health and hygiene, particularly among women .
Reduced workload on women related with family water and sanitation management.