Adequate drinking water, sanitation, and hygiene are all necessary factors to ensure human health. The same is true for right effluent management, which is a basic requirement for environmental health. Improving upon these services will bring economic attains while also helping to build resilience given increasing climate variability. TASS has implemented activities to improve sustainable and equitable access to domestic water supply and sanitation facilities, and improve hygiene behaviors, for the last decade TASS has drilled 116 shallow wells, 10 boreholes and rehabilitated 23 boreholes in various locations within Somalia, school and MCH sanitation and hygiene promotion part, TASS has constructed elevated and ground water tanks, twin latrines for 50 schools and 20 health centers in Puntland. In addition, TASS has implemented Community –led total sanitation (CLTS) in which reached 40 rural villages in Puntland and 85% of the target villages succeeded to be open-defecation-free ODF.
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