Benin Communities promoting picking up trash in their schools and towns.
IOM’s work contributes to the provision of adequate and equitable sanitation services through construction of appropriate facilities and effective management of the sanitation chain. IOM focuses on influencing behaviour through its hygiene promotion initiatives by incorporating communication strategies that are participatory and tailored for the context. For the past three years, 30% and 46% of the total beneficiaries from IOM WASH interventions (over 5 million individuals) benefited from sanitation and hygiene services respectively.
1. State of the art information (Web site and information) on Water Pathogens
2. Organized fora and workshops on water pathogens and treatment technologies
Earth forever, WfWP member: application of the Equitable Access Score Card acknowledged the achievements of Bulgaria towards providing access to safe water and sanitation to its population but also traced the gaps and issues that have to be taken into immediate consideration as far as geographical disparities and services specifically adapted to vulnerable and marginalized groups of the society.