|Caption:||Mrs Mashudu Muneri preparing dinner for her family in her house. Tshakhuma village, Vhembe district. South Africa. September 2021|
|Credit:||WaterAid/ Eben Liebenberg|
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|Key Information:||Location: Vhembe and Sekhukhune Districts, Limpopo, South Africa|
Local partner: Tsogang Water and Sanitation in Limpopo
Project code: SAV07
Donor: Kimberly Clark
|Project Information:||In South Africa, WaterAid has partnered with Tsogang Water and Sanitation in Limpopo to implement a project with funding from Kimberly Clark which is transforming children’s lives through the provision of clean water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) facilities and education in schools. From November 2018 to date, WaterAid and Tsogang have been implementing this WASH project in the Vhembe district of the Limpopo province. Under the first phase of the project (KC1) we targeted five schools and reached 1,200 pupils and teachers. |
In 2019 the project was extended to an additional four schools as part of the second phase of the programme (KC2) and will reach an additional 2,612 pupils and two surrounding communities in Vhembe district by November 2021. The programme (KC3) has been further extended for another three-year starting from September 2021. The extended programme is expected to benefit 8,574 pupils and teachers in 10 schools and approximately 17,672 of the surrounding community members over a period of 3 years. The programme will be extended to the Sekhukhune district in Limpopo and will continue to target additional schools and surrounding communities in Vhembe district.
Outcome 1: Increased access to clean and safe drinking water supply and sanitation facilities in 10 schools reaching 8,574 pupils, teachers and 17,672 people surrounding communities in 2 districts.
Outcome 2: Adoption of good handwashing practices including COVID-19 key behaviours by 8,574 pupils/teachers in 10 schools and 17,672 people the surrounding communities:
Outcome 3: Improved capacity of communities and structures through training targeting 160 people to deliver and ensure sustainable WASH services.
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