Completion of WASH facilities at “Sabacare-4” IDPs relocation site in Mekelle by September.
Completion of WASH facilities in other relocation sites across the region.
Rehabilitation of sanitation facilities at schools used to shelter IDPs after their relocation.
WASH NFIs for IDP sites and host communities.
Adequate provision of WASH services across the region to prevent disease outbreaks, including water-borne diseases.
WASH Cluster partners supported the relocated IDPs to “Sabacara 4” with WASH services.
During the reporting period, WASH response covered 27 Woredas in Mekelle, Central, Eastern, South-Eastern, and Southern Zones.
Some 419,466 people, including 116,115 IDPs in Mekelle, Central, South-Eastern, and Eastern Zones were reached with water. This includes people receiving water in North Western Zone during the previous reporting period as reporting was delayed due to lack of communications.
Rehabilitation of 119 water points (hand pumps) and motorized systems, compared to 157 a week earlier, reaching 24,635 people in South-Eastern, Southern and Eastern Zones.
During the reporting period, 89,277 people, including 40,056 IDPs, reached with hygiene promotion and WASH NFIs at IDP sites and within the host community.
Limited capacity of WASH partners to support the relocation process including delayed process with the selection of new sites and limited capacity to construct infrastructures in a short period.
Lack of fuel is significantly hindering WASH interventions, including water trucking, and generators for water pumping.
Construction of latrines and bathing units at some IDP collective sites have stopped due to lack of resources.
Several sanitation facilities (latrines and showers) were vandalized, doors and roofs looted at “Sabacare 4” relocation site.
Permanent water supply system not completed due to lack of cash problems.
Shortages of WASH supplies due to limited availability of NFIs at the local market and shortages of cash to replenish stocks.
Reduction of quantity of water provided in some IDP collective sites due to lack of cash and fuel.