Thanks to your support, we have already completed 30 community infrastructure schemes, including drainage systems, pavements and water tanks. Drinking water filtration and waste collection services have been installed, and we've seen a reduction in typhoid and malaria cases.
Now, we aim to reduce water and sanitation related diseases in the target areas by 30%. We will bring communities together to talk about issues they face, and the improvements they need, and connect them with local authorities to make sure their needs are included in action plans. We will run training on hygiene awareness and employment skills, making use of apps and mobile phones to connect people with employment opportunities. We will use a start up fund to bring about the provision of water and sanitation services, and contribute to start up businesses and strengthening employment