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The Lusaka dry sanitation development project
The association's third project in a developing country started in the spring of 2008 in Lusaka, the Zambian capital's suburb of Madimba. The project was implemented jointly between the association and local partner NECOS (Network for Environmental Concerns and Solutions).
The project's aims are to improve the poor sanitation in the area and increase human well being and awareness of hygiene by build dry latrines and water points and providing hygiene education. The three year project's main contributor is the Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs. The Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs
Madimba is an unofficial suburb of Lusaka which is located about 10 km northwest of the centre. The area is small,
about 1,2km² but is home to about 6000 people. About 20% of the population keep small gardens in order to have food
To support the project
You can support the project through direct donations:
What can the money buy?
Collection Authorisation: OKH136A (valid until 31/12/2010)