On 22 – 30 January 2017, CENN, assessed the state of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) from preliminary selected locations in Marneuli and Tetritskaro Municipalities. The survey included 10 target groups, comprising of schoolteachers and students, vulnerable groups, municipal representatives, etc.
The main purpose of the studies was to reveal the level of access to water, sanitation and hygiene within the respective target groups and develop recommendations to improve the WASH conditions.
The assessment was preceded by meetings with the local population in Dmanisi, Tsalka, Marneuli and Tetritskaro municipalities (October – November 2017), where water and hygiene problems were identified, community mobilization was carried and prepared for the project’s future activities.
The project Georgia Community WASH Initiative to Eliminate Inequalities in Access to Water and Sanitation in Vulnerable Multi-Ethnic Rural Communities is financed through the New World Program, which is facilitated by Global Water Challenge (GWC) in collaboration with The Coca-Cola Foundation (TCCF) and implemented by CENN. The project aims to improve WASH conditions for the target groups (multi-ethnic, vulnerable communities) in Kvemo Kartli Municipalities of Dmanisi, Tsalka, Marneuli and Tetritskaro, through lobbying, raising awareness among stakeholders and implementing projects.
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