ASEH

Background WaterAid Bangladesh (WAB) with support from Department for International Development (DFID) expanded their rural and urban programme to achieve sustainable improvements in hygiene behaviour and a reduction in exposure to water and environment sanitation risks for poor rural and urban ...

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Community-based Multi Purpose Cyclone Shelter Project (CMCS)

Community-based Multi Purpose Cyclone Shelter Project (CMCS) was a pilot project in the cyclone prone coastal area in Teknaf of Cox’s Bazar district implemented by DASCOH and financially supported by Swiss and French Red Cross. These shelters were constructed in villages Tulatuli, Khachubunia ...

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Natural disasters occur regularly in Bangladesh

Natural disasters occur regularly in Bangladesh; it is a sad but persistent fact of life. Preparedness can help prevent some of the danger, injury and loss during floods and cyclones. The DASCOH programme worked to maintain a level of preparedness at household level. It also maintained the ...

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Process oriented project

Process oriented project concept helps to cope with peoples’ needs and their specific context. It was easy to involve community people in the process, from assessment to evaluation. VDS/VDC leaders, CVs were the strength of the project. Joint planning workshop method/tools were used to develop ...

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Sustainable Solutions for the Delivery of Safe Drinking Water (SDSD)

SDSD was a project started in 2004 with the financial support from Swiss Agency for Development and Corporation (SDC). After the first discovery of arsenic contamination of ground water in late 1993 communities were mobilised since 1998 in Village Development Committees (VDCs) to improve their ...

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WPP

Funded by SDC the WATSAN Partnership Project (WPP) was an innovative demand-oriented project in rural water supply and sanitation. Activities were implemented through local 15 partner NGOs with the backup support from three collaborative partners (CARE, DASCOH and IDE) to support the demand of ...

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