USAID/West Africa’s Sanitation Service Delivery Program

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The United States Agency for International Development mission in West Africa (USAID/WA)’s Sanitation Service Delivery Program is inviting grant applications from governments, bilateral donors and multilaterals throughout West Africa.
The program will build on recent USAID support to the West Africa WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) sector and complement USAID’s ongoing works on broader health issues. The Sanitation Service Delivery will support governments, bilateral donors and multilaterals throughout West Africa in their initiatives in sanitation and health. The USAID/WA’s investment in WASH will lead to substantial near-term benefits to peri-urban and urb

an poor in the three targeted countries.
Delivery Program Components –
1.    Increase use of improved sanitation
2.    Increase use of safe disposal and reuse of fecal waste
3.    Disseminate learning on market-based approaches
The sanitation service delivery program will focus on private sector-led sanitation service delivery models in urban and peri-urban areas in western Africa region.
Eligibility Criteria –
•    There is no restriction for applicants. Governments, bilateral donors and multilaterals throughout West Africa can apply for their initiatives in sanitation and health.

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