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UK Department for International Development

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene results programme to support scale-up efforts

UK aid from the British people

Project Data Last Updated: 31/03/2020

IATI Identifier: GB-1-203572

Partner Projects

Oxfam GB

  • Advocacy for Improved Policy and Investment on Smallholder Agriculture in Ghana The project aims to ensure more women and men small -scale food producers have stronger voice in food and agriculture policy processes and rights to productive assets and market opportunities for sustainable and dignified lives. This project will support CSOs and farmers to collectively influence policy and practice for better investment and protection of their livelihood. The policies requiring improvement relate to food security, land management, investment and protection of smallholder agriculture and the lack of exclusive policies that support women's economic position Total Project Budget: £710,271 DFID Funding: £491,862

Oxfam GB

  • Appui technique et logistique pour la mise en œuvre du programme ‘'Ecoles et Vil Nous voulons que 140 nouveaux villages accompagnés ainsi que 16 villages de rattrapage et de 50 nouvelles écoles, de même que 10 écoles de rattrapage sont accompagnées , obtiennent l'accès durable à, et se servent de l'eau potable et de l'assainissement hygiénique ; elles adoptent des pratiques hygiéniques améliorées, et s'engagent à protéger et maintenir leur environnement assaini, pour un nombre des bénéficiaires de 234600, membres des communautés et les élèves y compris. Total Project Budget: £1,942,413 DFID Funding: £1,942,413

Oxfam GB

  • Development of Sustainable Community Public Health Services (WASH) in North Kivu This project allows Oxfam GB, under its strategic Objective 6 to Financial Universal essential services, host and natural disasters affected populations in Masisi, Lubero, Walikale, Rutshuru and Beni territories of the North -Kivu. Targeted communities will reduce public health risks by access to safe and sufficient WATSAN facilities and hygiene promotion. They will increase their capacity of resilience to shocks. Total Project Budget: £703,357 DFID Funding: £703,356

Oxfam GB

  • DFID Results Project for Sustainable WASH in Fragile States This project will contribute to the promotion of and access to improve sanitation (household toilets, improve bath/shower houses, safe waste disposal) and access to safe potable water and improved hygiene practices Total Project Budget: £117,259 DFID Funding: £117,259

Oxfam GB

  • Enhancing Disaster Preparedness and capacity for initial rapid response in DRC This project falls under the NCOS3. It is linked to the OI preparedness and response plan and coherent with the HECA vision 2010. Contributing to reduce the impact of humanitarian disasters on up to 200 000 affected people in DRC, this project will increase the effectiveness and timeliness of Oxfam's responses to humanitarian emergencies in DRC by establishment of an effectively managed and appropriate contingency stock, and setting up an Oxfam Emergency Response Team. Activities associate also the salary costs of the Humanitarian Programme advisor/manager post. Total Project Budget: £18,226,613 DFID Funding: £18,266,795

Oxfam GB

  • Integrated Public Health Programme for Communities affected by Conflict in N.K This project allows Oxfam GB, under its strategic Objective 3 to Provide assistance to IDPs, host and natural disasters affected populations in North -Kivu. Targeted communities will reduce public health risks by access to safe and sufficient WATSAN facilities and hygiene promotion. They will increase their capacity of resilience to shocks. Intended to address urgent needs, Oxfam will look at longer -term impact by addressing protection problems especially against women, and children, increased participation, and reducing gender inequalities for 175,000 estimated beneficiaries. Total Project Budget: £1,253,649 DFID Funding: £1,253,650

Oxfam GB

Oxfam GB

  • Shifting the Power Project This project focuses on preparedness activities to ensure that Oxfam Kenya is able to prepare and where necessary respond to humanitarian crises, principally within Oxfam's operational areas of Turkana and Wajir but where necessary in other parts of Kenya. Activities will include training and capacity building for staff and partners, review of contingency plan and development of preparedness measures. Total Project Budget: £150,519 DFID Funding: £150,518

Oxfam GB

  • Strategic Partnership VEA This partnership between UNICEF and Oxfam aims to improve the quality and sustainability of the implementation of the Villages and Schools Reclamation (PNVEA) National Programme, contributing to the results of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and strengthening the Water Sector, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Total Project Budget: £574,674 DFID Funding: £574,672

Oxfam GB

Oxfam GB

  • WASH Results Programme (SWIFT) - DRC This project allows Oxfam GB, under its strategic Objective 6 to Financial Universal essential services, host and natural disasters affected populations in Masisi, Lubero, Walikale, Rutshuru and Beni territories of the North -Kivu. Targeted communities will reduce public health risks by access to safe and sufficient WATSAN facilities and hygiene promotion. They will increase their capacity of resilience to shocks. Total Project Budget: £5,197,753 DFID Funding: £5,198,673

Oxfam GB

  • WASH Results Programme (SWIFT) - Kenya Through a consortium of 6 agencies (Oxfam, Practical Action, Concern, Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor, BBC Media Action and Sanergy Inc.) plus additional local partners this project aims to contribute towards Kenya meetings its MDG targets for water and sanitation by focusing in four Counties of Kenya Total Project Budget: £5,289,501 DFID Funding: £5,289,502

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