Iraq WASH Cluster Bulletin #3, December 2018

Report
from UN Children's Fund, WASH Cluster
Published on 31 Dec 2018 View Original

HRP 2019 Response Strategy:

The WASH Cluster will focus on improving and sustaining quality of WASH services to targeted people in 33 prioritized locations. For IDPs in out-of-camp locations, returnees and vulnerable host communities in four prioritized governorates, the WASH Cluster will continue to restore basic levels of water and sanitation services through the limited rehabilitation of dysfunctional water and sanitation facilities (e.g. water stations, water treatment plants) and short-term water trucking.

The WASH cluster will continue to meet the critical lifesaving WASH needs of an estimated 254,417 affected people in areas that may experience displacement or with critically limited WASH services due to natural hazards, waterborne diseases or other shocks. The WASH Cluster will prioritize piloting of new innovations in public and communal WASH interventions, while considering cross-cutting issues such as reducing instances of GBV, and assuring accessibility for persons living with disability and the elderly