Project WASH – Phase 2


The success of the first phase of the WASH project led to the signing of a second phase.
The activities and expected results are identical to those defined and expected in the first phase.
As a remark, it should be noted that despite the implementation of these project phases, the water problem is still very acute in the Batha region (project area) given the immensity of the region.
To do this and to completely solve the problems related to water and sanitation in the region, a third and even more is necessary.
We note that UNICEF and the Swiss Cooperation are aware of the situation in the Batha region and could still finance a third phase of the project

World Water Day – 2017 Edition


On March 22, 2017, the Ministry of Water and Sanitation of Chad celebrated World Water Day in Mandalia. Located 50 km from the capital N’djamena in the Chari Baguirmi region. The theme of this year is: Why waste water.
The Minister of Water and Sanitation made a trip surrounded by his partners, including ADRA for this purpose.
ADRA through GIFT CATALOG supported by UNICEF carried out 3 drill holes for this day. The Minister of Water and Sanitation officially received

WASH Project – Phase 1


As part of its Program of Cooperation with Chad and in response to the problems of access to drinking water, sanitation and hygiene, UNICEF has concluded a partnership agreement with ADRA Chad ( PCA 2014/06 / CHD / WASH / ADRA) to finance the cost of the Project on “Supply of Drinking Water and Sanitation to the Sanitary District of Yao in the Batha Region of Chad”.
This Partnership Agreement has a total amount of 936,903,558 FCFA (1,873,807 USD).
The overall objective of this project is to significantly reduce the prevalence of diarrheal and water-borne diseases in the Yao Sanitary District through: