WASH NFIs for IDPs in the existing IDP sites.
WASH response for about 561,000 people at new IDPs sites across the region.
Some 169 water trucks are needed to fill the gap with water trucking.
Completion of the borehole; 12 water tanks platforms; 184 latrine stances and 112 showers at “Sabacare-4 “ IDP relocation site in Mekelle.
Completion of 40 showers at 5 Angels IDP site in Shire.
Some 1920 people received WASH NFIs assistance at Mekelle collective center
UNICEF provided 109 drums (45 kg each) of chlorine for water treatment to Regional Water Bureau (RWB).
UNICEF provided 106 boxes of aqua tabs to RWB benefiting 74,200 people in Eastern, Central and North-Western Zones.
Netherlands Development Organization (SNV) provided 68 drums ( 45 kg each) of chlorine to RWB in Mekelle.
Local NGO Relief Society of Tigray (REST) rehabilitated 18 shallow well in Atsbi Woreda (Eastern zone), Degua Temben and Enderta Woredas ( South-Eastern Zone ), Keyhe tekli Woreda ( Central zone), and Emba Alaje Woreda (Southern Zone).
RWB maintained 4 motorized borehole in Enderta Woreda (South-Eastern Zone ) and in Wukro town ( Eastern Zone ) benefiting 14,000 people.
INGO Save the Children provided 1,300 liters of fuel for water treatment plan in Axum town.
The Lutheran World Federation distributed 500 dignity kits in Mekelle collective centers (Ethio China) benefiting 2,750 people.
INGO Action Against Hunger, with UNICEF financial support, made community sensitization for 11,448 people in Abi-Adi (Central Zone).
Water trucking operations declined from 139 to 116 due to lack of funding.
Construction of 34 latrine stance and 74 showers at “Sabacare-4”.
Limited WASH partners in Central, South-Eastern and North-Western Zones.
Fuel shortage in Shire and Axum.
Limited water tucking in Hawzen Woreda (Eastern Zone) due to access restrictions.
Delay with resuming WASH response in urban centers due to looting and destruction of water utilities offices.