The ‘Integrated WASH resilience and disaster preparedness in remote atoll schools and communities’ project will target 45 communities and has three key outputs:
- Strengthening WASH systems to be climate resilient.
- Improving WASH services to achieve an improved quality of life.
- Improved understanding and knowledge of WASH, which will contribute tochanges in behaviour and responses to WASH in communities.
- Improved gender and social inclusion – Encouraging more women and people with disabilities to be involved in WASH planning and activities.
This project is funded by USAID via the Pacific American Fund and will run for three years for 2023 to 2026.