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ADI AHDEROM: Sustainable Development in Eritrea

Eritrea

€ 120,000
Committed
€ 40,000
Used

Agency

Local administration

Channel reported

Associazione Bashù Onlus

Description

The aim of the project is to improve the living conditions of the population, with particular attention to women and children.The project represents the seventh phase of a long term project 'Sustainable development for Eritrea', which every year is able to offer, in the different districts of the Region of Zobah Maakel, a model of integrated and sustainable development, with good examples and the use of renewable energy and appropriate technologies. The activities: a well for drinking water, with pump powered by photovoltaic system; waterworks that will bring water from the well to a tank and from there to the distribution points; two public fountains with 7 taps with self-cleaning filters; 120 Eco San latrines. The plastic wastes will be collected and transferred to the dump of Asmara, there will be a ferrous waste collection, they will be transported and sold to the stores of the capital. There will be two training courses, one for women and one for children, for the use of water resources, of waste management and health education. The courses will be held by experts from the Ministry of Health and will be part of a national campaign on these issues. In addition, for the sustainability of, the project, it is envisaged the establishment of a Management Committee, the 50% of which will be made up of women. A trainee from Veneto, trained in Italy, will follow the project on the premises. read more close

Year Committed Used
2015 - € 16,000
2014 € 40,000 € 24,000
2013 € 40,000 -
2012 € 40,000 -

Project data

  • Expected start date 31/12/2011
  • Completion date 27/02/2015
  • CRSID2012000657
  • Purpose Water supply & sanit. - large systems
  • Finance type Aid grant excluding debt reorganisation
  • Flow type Official Development Assistance
  • Bi/Multilateral Bilateral
  • Free Standing Technical Cooperation