Children
 Togo
Project #6719

Improve quality of life for 500 children in Togo

by CILSIDA

Summary

Children disaster victims who were still living in water from June 2010 will benefit programs related to hardware, medical and psychosocial accompaniment. We are also disinfection and pumping water.
$35
total raised
2
donors
0
monthly donors
5
years active

Challenge

Since June 2010 until today, families live in the water which is very unhealthy for children and young people who live there. This unusual situation cause much damage. Diseases are at the gates of these evacuees living daily in the water. In addition to these diseases, their State of poverty is that they are forced to live under these conditions until the water dries, but what is not evident in days or months

Solution

This project has been developed to create an environment favourable to children affected through psycho-social, material and medical support. This project also aims to disinfect flooded, concessions to pump water houses and distributing mosquito nets

Long-Term Impact

This project will save children and adolescents disaster victims living in water and ensure an adequate State of health. Also the water will be pumped houses and poverty will be reduced in this community.

Resources

http:/​/​www.cilsida.e-monsite.com
CILSIDA
Sinistré du Togo

Organization Information

CILSIDA

Location: Lome, Golfe/Maritime - Togo
Website: http:/​/​www.cilsida.e-monsite.com
CILSIDA
Project Leader:
TEKO-AHATEFOU Kokoè
Lomé, Golfe Togo

Funded Project!

Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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