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Mali

Beseya Blon Project

Supporting Access to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in Health care Facilities (HCF) and Communities in the Ségou and Koulikoro regions, Mali.
47,000*
Targeted population
4 years
2020 to 2024
Ségou and Koulikoro
Mali
USD $6,000,000
Budget
Partners involved
One Drop thanks the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, the WaterAid federation and Water Aid Mali, the executing partner, and Centre culturel Kôrè for making this life-changing work possible!
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Our key strategies

The Beseya Blon project co-financed by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, Wateraid Federation and One Drop Fondation is a 4-year intiative to improve the living conditions of the most vulnerable in Bla and Kati Circles (Mali), by answering to the systemic causes of poor WASH access, inclusion and sustainability in both Circles. In collaboration with government and local partners, WaterAid Mali, the executing partner, will support strengthened systems, improved accountability and effective citizens’ engagement. We expect to reach 36,500 people with sustainable and inclusive access to clean water, 47,000 people with access to basic sanitation and 36,000 people with improved hygiene practices in communities, health care facilities and schools with the support of Social Art for Behaviour Change™ and the integration of One Drop A·B·C model™ to achieve sustainable results in the targeted communities.

*We expect to reach 36,500 people with sustainable and inclusive access to clean water, 47,000 people with access to basic sanitation and 36,000 people in communities and healthcare facilities with improved hygiene.

Kôrè KIBARU Tribune COVID-19_N°015
A·B·C for Sustainability

Access
This project aims to increase the use of safe, inclusive and gender-sensitive WASH facilities by target population and to improve accountability and engagement mechanisms at the government and citizen levels.

Behaviour Change
It will work on improving WASH behaviours in target communities and institutions, promoted and sustained through the SABC model and building of the capacity of Leaders of Change (trained youth, cultural groups and social artists, etc.).

Capital
It also aims to improve income generating opportunities for women and youth associated with Self Help Groups (SHGs) linked to the WASH supply chain.

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