Comprehensive WASH Response in Al-Meghlaf District
of Al-Hodeidah Governorate


  • Started on: 01/01/2020
    Ended on: 03/31/2021

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    Targeted group

  • Al Maghlaf District, Al Hudaydah Governorate

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Provide a comprehensive package of water and sanitation services to the most affected areas that accommodate IDPs and their host communities.


The project includes a number of activities and interventions, namely:

  1. Supplying and installing six solar water pumps for the wells of water projects: Kahan, Al Mohajim, Al Maslouba, Al Habeel, Al Hartha, and Keffiyeh, and connecting them to the local water networks. The combined capacities of the six pumps are 209.92 kW.
  2. Implementation of experimental pumping tests for the wells of the six water projects, which are: Kahan, Al Muhajim, Al Maslouba, Al Habeel, Al Harthah, and Keffiyeh; to test the water level, its sweetness and the productivity of each well.
  3. Supply and installation of a multi-diameter polyethylene pipe network containing liquefaction lines and the internal network to each house for a water project: Kahan with a total length of (10,760) meters.
  4. Construction of two-winged tower concrete water tanks (each tank has a capacity of 60 m 3 and a height of 18 m) in Kahan and Kufiya.
  5. Rehabilitation of the Al-Habil Water Project's pumping line with a length of (84) meters of iron pipes, and (400) meters of polyethylene pipes.
  6. Establishing a pumping and control room for the Al Maslouba water project to protect the project’s solar pumps, and to maintain the project’s water well
  7. Establishing (10) water points for the displaced; Ensures IDPs have safe and equitable access to clean water.
  8. Establishment of (108) emergency bathrooms for the displaced, of which (61) bathrooms are made of brick, and (47) are made of zinc.
  9. Distribution of (1,000) consumable hygiene kits for the displaced and the host community, and a basic hygiene bag for the displaced and the host community as well.
  10. Implementation of three cleaning campaigns, removal of solid waste and disposal of it to special landfills, in which more than 1,500 cubic meters of solid waste were removed. These campaigns were accompanied by raising awareness of the people about the importance of cleanliness and activating the role of community participation in it.
  11. Selection, testing, interview and training (12) volunteers on: volunteer work, health communication and education, planning education sessions, methods of water purification at home, media documentation and monitoring success stories, awareness messages related to ways to prevent cholera and acute diarrhea, preparation of perfusion solution, how to deal with Infected people, waste and proper disposal methods, review of the Sphere handbook, ways to prevent COVID-19; For the volunteers to raise awareness and educate the beneficiaries, as well as the field survey process, to familiarize the beneficiaries with the mechanisms and methods of complaints.
  12. Implementation of a number of awareness campaigns and sessions for beneficiaries from house to house and in public places, schools, mosques and markets through the project’s volunteers, in water, environmental sanitation, personal and general hygiene, methods of chlorination of water at home, methods of hand washing, methods of preventing cholera disease and watery diarrhea, and prevention From the Covid-19 virus, and others, for a period of six months.
  13. Formation and training of six water project management committees, totaling (30) members, with an average of five members for each water committee. The training program included several topics that dealt with how to manage the project accounting and administratively, and how to prepare financial reports; To become qualified to manage, operate and maintain their projects, make community maps and implement field surveys