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Access to water and to health and hygiene services: women empowerment and sociale inclusion in the microregion of Morazan Norte.

El Salvador

Total initiative costs

€ 1,185,369.0
Reparted as
  • Loans -
  • Grants € 1,185,369.0

Dati finanziari aggiornati al 9.11.2015


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El Salvador


Region of realization Department of Morazán City of realization of Municipalities Arambala, El Rosario, Perquín, Torola and San Fernando

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Main outcome

Developed with the municipal authorities and municipal programs of gender equity and inclusion of vulnerable groups in the management of water systems and sanitation They work and are managed efficiently 5 water systems and sanitation Strengthen the capacity of men and women members of the Committees to water and municipal officials and civil servants of the micro-region of Northern Morazan in order to achieve a sustainable and equitable management of the sources, in line with the Plan of Action of the Committee Micro-regional Integrated Management of Water (COMIGIA) Improved hygiene practices at the household, municipal and school, with an inclusive approach.

Initiative data

Initiative number 010310
Purpose Basic drinking water supply and basic sanitation
Sector Water Supply & Sanitation


Agency MAE - Direzione Generale per la Cooperazione allo Sviluppo
Counterpart authority Association for the Basic Sanitation, Health Education and Alternative Energies (SABES)
Representative -
Other financiers ACRA-CCS: 477260.0


The direct beneficiaries are 11,068 inhabitants of the municipalities Arambula, El Rosario, Perquín, Torola San Fernando and located in a remote and marginal, of which 52% are women and 87.81% live in rural areas, only 64%It has a drinking water system and 18.46% do not have basic health services (Instituto Nacional de Estadisticas y Censos and Ministry de Salud). The indirect beneficiaries are the 261,261 inhabitants of the Cuenca del Rio Torola, of which 52% are women, who will have access to a less polluted river and a greater availability of water over time