Under the OFDA grant, WASH activities aimed to reach 337,500 unique beneficiaries with 125,000 individuals directly utilising improved water services. It aimed to reach 60,000 with emergency water trucking, 60,000 with improved solid waste management services, 80,000 with vector control activities, 30,000 with rehabilitation of drainage/sewage systems, 5,000 with access to emergency sanitation facilities and 30,000 to recieve WASH NFI assistance. The initial target has been surpassed, with 503,000 individuals benefitting from improved access to water through rehabilitation of water stations and installation of chlorination systems. The other targets have also been reached, and surpassed.
The grant included activities to address vector control through indoor spraying, indoor fogging campaigns and solid waste management in locations where there had been hundreds of cases of Leishmaniosis. Concern provided solid waste removal activities and draining of waste water in 10 urban areas or IDP camps for three months, after which the responsibility for this service was handed over to the local authorities.