HOGAL RELIEF & DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION

Problem Analysis
Lack of sanitation facilities and poor hygiene cause water-borne diseases, such as diarrhoea, cholera, typhoid and several parasitic infections Moreover, the incidence of these diseases and others linked to poor sanitation – e.g., round worm, whip worm, guinea worm, and schistosomiasis – is highest among the poor more people die from preventable diseases associated with lack of access to safe drinking water, inadequate sanitation and poor hygiene.

The social and environmental health costs of ignoring the need to address sanitation are far too great.
 More people in Farlibax, Baadikeen and Ceel Cadde did not have access to an improved source of drinking water
 Unsafe water, coupled with a lack of basic sanitation, kills children under the age of five years in Farlibax, Baadikeen and Ceel Cadde.


  Project Goals
  Problem Analysis
  Results for Project Delivery  
     
The project analyses how access to drinking water and sanitation services is evolving, looking into the trends in rural areas ( Farlibax, Baadikeen and Ceel Cadde) and how these are related to the likelihood of achieving the drinking water and sanitation target.
• To improve the access, quality, availability and sustainability of water supply and wastewater services in the small towns of Farlibax,Baadi keen and Ceel Cadde.
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Lack of sanitation facilities and poor hygiene cause water-borne diseases, such as diarrhoea, cholera, typhoid and several parasitic infections

• More people in Farlibax, Baadikeen and Ceel Cadde did not have access to an improved source of drinking water.

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  The most important expected results of this project will be digging protected wells in rural villages Farlibaax, Baadikeen and Ceel Cadde along with the corresponding training and education of villagers.
The main objective of the project is to encourage sustained community investment in the project while simultaneously enhancing community health and communication.
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