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Current Promotions Project examples
RWANDA 2008
Rural Sector Support Programme (World Bank)
Marshlands are developed by dam construction..
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NAMIBIA 2007
Rural Water supply & sanitation project formulation (Luxembourg Development Cooperation)
Rural youth at a cash water dispenser...
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COTE D’IVOIRE 2005
Sectoral Prefeasibility Study on Rural Water Supply
Different types of handpumps...
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India
INDIA 2004
Ecorestoration Project (Wasteland Development in Hill Area, Attapady, Kerala), Japanese Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC)
Typical hill area view...
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Albania
ALBANIA 2003/ 04
Social Investment Fund II+III (Albanian Development Fund), 11 Municipalities, German Financial Cooperation (KfW)
Road rehabilitation in larger and smaller towns plays a great role for public works and enhanced economic opportunities...
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Ghana project
GHANA 2003
Cocoa Sector Support Programme (European Union)
Working in the field with small-scale farmers who derve their livelihod from cocoa
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Niger project
NIGER 2003
Rural Water Supply Programme (Dosso/ Loga), German Financial Cooperation (KfW)
Ground water from wells and hand pumps is extracted to satisfy hygienic drinking water supply
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Project Niger
Rural Water Supply Programme (Dosso/ Loga), German Financial Cooperation (KfW)
Ground water from wells and hand pumps is extracted to satisfy hygienic drinking water supply
The burden of water collection and transport to the households rests on women and girls mostly
...men repair the well...
...women are responsible for water collection...
Long journeys have to be made deeply into the rural hinterlands to cover a significant number of villagers and locations representing the project area
Socio-anthropological field research methods, such as „rapid rural appraisal“ (RRA) and focus group discussions are applied
The end of the process is to reach at a consensus between the major stakeholders of the planned project (end users, local authorities, technical services, investor…) ensuring its relevance, sustainability…
… and ultimately concrete impact on the socio-economic and health conditions of the beneficiary population…reducing their poverty and providing a better life for the future generation…
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