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Date : 23/09/2019
Deadline for submission of offer : october 1st, 2019
To identify sanitation products that are affordable for the Yobe population, that can be provided locally and identify how to create demand for the products in the community.
Action Against Hunger (AAH) has been working in Northern Nigeria (i.e. Jigawa, Yobe and Borno States) since 2010 to achieve long-term, sustainable and scaled impact on undernutrition, water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and general health outcomes through a multi-sectoral approach. Our national AAH Strategy aims to deliver sustainable reductions in the burden of undernutrition in priority Local Government Areas (LGAs). WASH interventions include water supply system rehabilitation and new drillings, rehabilitation and construction of sanitation facilities and hygiene promotion in camps, schools, health facilities and communities at large. AAH’s teams also respond to disease outbreaks (cholera) and are implementing a WASH’ Nutrition approach in order to reduce the detrimental effect of insanitary conditions on the incidence and prevalence of undernutrition.
The sedimentary nature of soil texture in Nangere continue to pause a big challenge to increasing access to improve sanitation facilities in the community. For the few that construct the pit latrines, they use it for few months and the latrines collapse during rainy season due to poor soil texture. This continue to discourage many households from constructing pit latrines, hence the rise in open defecation especially during rainy season due to collapsed latrines.
All interested consultants should send expression of interest electronically before 1st October 2019 to: firstname.lastname@example.org in order to receive the full ToR. Proposal without request of the full ToR will not accepted.