HYDROCONSEIL facilitated a workshop in Niamey on 21 September 2017 to present the findings of the sustainability assessment we conducted on the UNCEF-funded Accelerating Access to Water and Sanitation for All (ASWA) program led by the Ministry of Water Supply and Sanitation.

This assessment provided the first rigorous analysis of the post-certification monitoring carried out in the country’s ODF (Open Defecation Free) villages. The stakes are particularly high in Niger, where the open defecation rate is one of the highest in sub-Saharan Africa. The study carried out by HYDROCONSEIL stressed the importance of improving sustainable sanitation facility strategies by developing a sanitation guide, standardizing post-ODF monitoring in sanitation programs and promoting community-based project management.

Assainissement au Mozambique / Sanitation in Mozambique
Pratiques de lavage des mains au Burkina Faso
Bassin transfrontalier de la Mékrou / Basin of the Mekrou
Mission au Libéria / Assignment in Liberia
Latrines en Mauritanie / Latrines in Mauritania
Kiosque à Haiti / Kiosk in Haiti
Cr?ation site e-commerce