Ecole Bleue (Katmandou) Népal, 2016 - 2018

22 January 2018
Image Ecole Bleue (Katmandou) Népal, 2016 - 2018

Durée: 2016 – 2018, en partenariat avec Guthi Nepal Katmandou, (Népal)

Objectifs : Le projet a eu pour objectif de permettre à 2 860 enfants de bénéficier d’un accès à l’eau potable et à des toilettes hygiéniques, ce grâce à la labellisation de 2 écoles en Ecoles Bleues. 2 réservoirs ont été construits, un de 50m3 souterrain dans l’école de Vishwo Niketan, un second de 25 m3 à l’école de Janat Prabhat.

Le succès des projets mis en place depuis 2016, nous mène à développer fin 2017, un prochain projet relais qui devra débuter en 2018, d'une durée de 2 ans, visant à réhabiliter les systèmes de collecte des écoles et appuyer l'approvisionnement en eau de plusieurs milliers d'enfants domiciliés au sein d'un quartier informel.

Le projet a été soutenu par le Canton de Genève et la Ville de Genève.

Fiche résumé du projet


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