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Integrated WASH and health response to flood affected populations (DFID)

People affected by the flooding have adequate access to WASH, non-food relief items and primary healthcare, such that their basic survival needs are met and they can start to recover their livelihood


To meet the immediate survival and  transitional needs of the most vulnerable people in Dadu district, through the provision WASH, non-food relief items, primary healthcare services and access to food


The delivery of humanitarian relief to the affected population of Dadu is supported by a coherent system of assessment, monitoring and coordination.
100,000 vulnerable people have their emergency WASH needs met consistent with prevailing WASH cluster standards and moving  to SPHERE guideline values as far as is achievable.
100,000 vulnerable people have their non-food item needs met to be consistent with Sphere guidelines and have basic shelter support.
100,000 vulnerable people have basic primary healthcare needs met in a manner consistent with Health cluster standards and SPHERE standards.