Extend a sewerage networks in Washokani camp

The ability to access water and sanitation is basic human rights and considered a necessity of life, health and dignity.
Provide clean water and sanitation timely and sufficiently for IDPs is particularly important.
Right provision of such services is important for right disposal of all wastes, in addition to controlling infectious disease vectors (mosquitoes, mice and flies) is critical to mitigate health risks and prevent epidemics.
The Kurdish Red Crescent is implementing a plan to extend a sewage network in “ Washokani “camp to avoid all these risks and provide the best care for the IDPs

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