17.04.2019 às 11h21
The ICRC has provided four water tanks and built health facilities for IDPs in northern Ethiopia to help them access water and sanitation services. About 12,000 people displaced as a result of ethnic violence could benefit from water and sanitation facilities. built in Iyemba IDPs in central Gondar in the Amhara region, noted Mulat Mengiste, deputy coordinator of the Water and Habitat Department of the ICRC delegation in Ethiopia.
Four water tanks with a capacity of 10,000 liters each were among the facilities that were supplied and installed by the ICRC. Each water tank was connected to water distribution points with pipelines, making it easier to distribute water to IDPs.
Four blocks of emergency showers and two blocks of emergency latrines were built as part of the improved sanitation service for 50 men and women at a time.
Earlier this year, the ICRC, in partnership with the Ethiopian Red Cross Society (ERCS), delivered non-food items consisting of plastic shelters, blankets, sleeping mattresses, cooking utensils and soaps for IDPs. camp in order to meet your immediate needs.
In Ethiopia, the ICRC provides direct assistance to the displaced, consisting mainly of essential goods, seeds and agricultural tools, and re-establishes basic services such as water and health care, with the aim of protecting their lives and restoring the livelihoods of ethnic communities affected. violence.