Household water treatment, results for North Bombali

Small communities (less than 150 persons) are generally out of the scope of WASH interventions because the investments for a new construction becomes expensive compare to the number of beneficiaries. Moreover, it represents a big workload and it is difficult to have enough people for community participation.

Therefore, one option to help these villages is to develop self-supply solutions such as household water treatment. Inter Aide initiated and is supporting a network of chlorine providers and is training water committees who can chlorinate the water fetched by the rest of the community.

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