Multiple-Use Water Services : Close-Out Report

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The Niger Multiple-Use Water Services project, implemented from November 15, 2008 to December 3, 2010, improved the access of rural communities to water for drinking and productive uses through the installation water services (rope pumps, treadle pumps and the rehabilitation of traditional wells) and capacity building. The project also promoted hygiene and productive use livelihood activities such as gardens and fisheries. The project focused on communities in the Zinder Region, Departments of Kantché and Magaria, and Communes of Matameye, Doungou, Ichirnawa, Bandé, and Magaria

Final Report
Publication Date: 
15 Dec 2010
Length: 
39 pages
Implementing Partners: 
Produced By: 
Winrock International
Population Focus: 
Rural

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