Mozambique | Small Town Sanitation

Ambassador Vrooman portrays a SatoPan with a savings group in Monapo during Deputy Administrator Coleman’s visit to Mozambique. Photo credit: USAID

Activity Description

USAID’s Small Town Sanitation Activity is developing a self-sustaining market for sanitation products and services in ten small towns across the Cabo Delgado, Mampula, and Zambezia provinces in Mozambique. Implemented in coordination with the country’s National Directorate of Water and Sanitation (DNAAS), Agency for Water Infrastructure and Sanitation (AIAS), and Water Regulatory Authority (AURA), this Activity is strengthening the private sector’s capacity to deliver sanitation products and services, growing managerial capacity for improved public sanitation services, and increasing household investment in sanitation products and services. 

Activity Objectives

  • Strengthen local market capacity to provide sanitation products and services for households
  • Increase management capacity for improved public sanitation services
  • Increase household investment for sanitation products and services and improved sanitation and hygiene behaviors

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2022 - 2026
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