|Approval Date||17 Jun 2016|
|Signature Date||04 Oct 2016|
|Planned Completion Date||31 Mar 2021|
|Last Disbursement Planned Date||30 Mar 2021|
|Sovereign / Non-Sovereign||Sovereign|
|Sector||Water Supply & Sanitation|
|DAC Sector Code||14030|
The Water Infrastructure Development Program for Building Resilience in Somaliland is broadly aimed at sustainably strengthening the resilience of the water and sanitation sector, and at developing water and sanitation infrastructure in the high priority areas of the country. It is an autonomous institutional strengthening and investment program, funded by the Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Initiative Trust Fund (RWSSI) and the Facility for Rural Water Supply and Sanitation (RWSSI). Transition Support (FAT). It contributes directly to Somaliland's current efforts to strengthen water security and improve community livelihoods. To achieve this, the program takes an integrated approach, combining small- and medium-scale water storage facilities and the use of well water to increase the quantity and availability of water, facilitate adaptation the consequences of climate change and build resilience. Its total cost is estimated at UA 6 million. The program is structured around the following three components: 1) support for water and sanitation infrastructure to strengthen resilience; 2) capacity building; and 3) program management.
The objective of the program is to contribute to sustainably strengthening the resilience of the water and sanitation sector in order to improve the livelihoods of the population and enhance resilience to climate change and hazards.
The program will benefit Somaliland's rural population, including internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the peri-urban areas of Hargeisa and other cities. Directly, the program is expected to benefit a total population of 250,000 (50% women) and livestock. The water vocational training institute in Hargeisa will also benefit from the program. In addition, 20 public institutions (schools, markets and health facilities) are expected to benefit from sanitation interventions, including rainwater harvesting. Indirectly, the program will provide employment opportunities for local populations, including youth, as well as service providers, including consultants, NGOs and contractors. All residents of the program area and beyond will benefit from the promotion of hygienic practices through the local media and the mobile phone platform.
Fragile States Facility
Rural Water Supply & Sanitation
Ministère de l'Énergie et des Ressources en Eau du Somaliland
|Last Update||31 Oct 2019|