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WATER SANITATION EMERGENCY PROJECT 2006-2007. AECI FUNDED PROJECT. PREAMBLE. ♦ ALINAFE IS RAN BY TERESIAN SISTERS OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF LILONGWE. ♦ IT IS UNDER THE UMBRELLA OF THE CHRISTIAN HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF MALAWI (CHAM).

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preamble
PREAMBLE
  • ♦ ALINAFE IS RAN BY TERESIAN SISTERS OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF LILONGWE.
  • ♦ IT IS UNDER THE UMBRELLA OF THE CHRISTIAN HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF MALAWI (CHAM).
  • ♦ SERVES AN IMMIDIATE CATCHMENT POPULATION OF 30,000 AND AN INDIRECT POPULATION OF OVER 60,000.
  • ♦ FOCUSES ON PREVENTIVE, CURATIVE & REHABILITATIVE HEALTH AS WELL AS COMMUNITY LIVELIHOOD SOCIAL SECURITY DEVELOPMENT.
  • ♦ RECOGNISES THE NEED TO PROMOTE HEALTH AND SANITORY ENVIROMENTS THROUGH ENHANCEMENT OF COMMUNITY PARTICIPITAION IN ENSURING AVAILABILITY OF SANITARY SERVICES.
  • ♦ RECOGNISES THE NEED TO EMPOWER COMMUNITIES THROUGH CAPACITY BUILDING TRAININGS INORDER TO ENSURE PARTICIPATION & LONG TERM SELF SUSTANABILITYIN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF COMMUNITY BASED PROGRAMS.
  • ♦ RECOGNISES THE NEED TO HAVE ADQUATE AND QUALIFIED MEDICAL PERSONNEL TO ENSURE EFFECTIVE DELIVERY OF HEALTH SERVICES. DOCTOR TO PATIENT RATIO IN MALAWI STANDS AT 1 : 60,000.
overral objective
OVERRAL OBJECTIVE
  • AVAILABILITY OF HYGIENIC BASIC LIVELIHOOD SOCIAL
  • SECURITY SERVICES AT GRASS ROOT LEVEL.
specific objectives
SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
  • ♦TO REDUCE WATER BORNE DISEASES IN THE CATCHMENT AREA i.e. DIARRHOEA DISEASES, SKIN INFECTIONS, EYE INFECTIONS etc.
  • ♦ TO PROMOTE AVAILABILITY OF SAFE AND POTABLE DRINKING WATER.
  • ♦ TO PROMOTE AVAILABILITY OF SANITORY SERVICES SUCH AS TOILETS, PIT LATRINES etc.
  • ♦ TO ENSURE AVAILABILITY OF DRUGS AND MEDICAL SUPPLIES FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF WATER BORNE DISEASES.
  • ♦ TO INCREASE THE NUMBER OF MEDICAL PERSONNEL IN THE HOSPITAL IN ORDER TO EFFECTIVELY MANAGE MEDICAL CASES.
  • ♦ TO PROMOTE HOUSE-HOLD FOOD SECURITY THROUGH PROMOTION OF WINTER IRRIGATION FARMING AND PROVISION OF TREADLE IRRIGATION PUMPS.
base line imformation
BASE LINE IMFORMATION
  • ♦60% OF THE POPULATION HAD NO ACCESS TO SAFE DRINKING WATER.
  • ♦ RATE OF MALNUTRITION AMONG UNDER-5 CHILDREN WAS AT 52% PARTLY DUE TO CHRONIC DIARRHOEA DISEASES.
  • ♦ 60% OF THE POPULATION HAD NO EXCESS TO HYGIENIC SANITATORY FACILITIES i.e. TOILETS, LATRINES, WATER SOURCE e.t.c.
  • ♦ INCREASED WATER BORNE DISEASES i.e SKIN DISEASES, DIARRHOEA DISEASES, EYE INFECTIONS e.t.c.
  • ♦ INADQUATE DRUGS AND MEDICAL SUPPLIES TO MANAGE WATER BORNE DISEASES.
  • ♦ INADQUATE NUMBER OF TRAINED MEDICAL PERSONNEL DUE TO SHARTAGE OF STAFF HOUSES.
  • ♦ HOUSE HOLD FOOD INSECURITY AMONGST VULNERABLE COMMUNITIES.
planned implemented activities
PLANNED / IMPLEMENTED ACTIVITIES
  • ♦ DRILLING OF 2 MAIN BOREHOLES AND INSTALLATION OF 2 AFRIDEV PUMPS.
  • ♦ DRILLING OF 10 TUBE WELLS AND INSTALLATION OF 10 AFRIDEV PUMPS.
  • ♦ PROCURREMENT AND INSTALLATION OF 30 MADA WATER PUMPS ON 30 SHALLOW WELLS.
  • ♦ CASTING 175 SANPLATS FOR PIT LATRINES.
  • ♦ PROCURREMENT OF CHOLERA DRUGS AND OTHER SUPPORT MEDICAL SUPPLIES.
  • ♦ PROCURREMENT AND DISTRIBUTION OF 100 TREADLE IRRIGATION PUMPS.
  • ♦ CONSTRUCTION OF ADDITIONAL STAFF HOUSES.
  • ♦ COMMUNITY MOBILISATION.
projects impacts
PROJECTS´ IMPACTS
  • ♦ 70%OF WATER BORNE DISEASES HAVE BEEN REDUCED.
  • ♦ AVAILABILITY OF SAFE AND POTABLE DRINKING WATER IN RURAL COMMUNITIES.
  • ♦ AVAILABILITY OF CHOLERA DRUGS AND OTHER SUPPORT MEDICAL SUPPLIES FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF WATER BORNE DISEASES.
  • ♦ AVAILABILITY OF SANITORY SERVICES SUCH AS TOILETS, PIT LATRINES, SHALLOW WELLS e.t.c.
  • ♦ IMPROVED QUALITY OF PATIENT CARE DUE TO INCREASED NUMBER OF QUALIFIED MEDICAL PERSONNEL AS A RESULT OF INCREASED NUMBER OF STAFF HOUSES.
  • ♦ REDUCTION IN THE RATE OF MALNUTRITION AMONGST VULNERABLE GROUPS DUE TO IMPROVED HOUSE HOLD FOOD SECURITY AS A RESULT OF WINTER IRRIGATION FARMING.
  • ♦ ENHANCED COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PROGRAMS.
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Benga I

Chiluwa Fish Camp

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Chimbalu Kamongo

Kanyemba Mankhukwa

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Mkonda Mkongolo

Mulalo Mwachipapa

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Kanyama-Njewa Proceso de construcción del pozo.

La comunidad colabora con la mano de obra.

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Pozo superficial con bomba antigua. Pozo superficial con bomba nueva.