ME&A | Tajikistan Safe Drinking Water Project (TSDWP)
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TSDWP

Tajikistan Safe Drinking Water Project

The USAID-funded Tajikistan Safe Drinking Water Project (TSDWP) provided water infrastructure, related  health education, and training and development of new point of entry strategies for safe drinking water in rural communities in Tajikistan.

The goals of the project were to:

  • Increase access to a sustainable, safe drinking water supply in rural Tajikistan through support for improvements in supply infrastructure, enhanced local government capacity, and community involvement in the operation and management of this infrastructure
  • Build capacity among local health officials, community leaders, and the private sector to promote key improved hygiene behaviors and associated products

The TSDWP provided 76,744 people with safe drinking water and benefited more than 100,000 people across Tajikistan at the end of the three-year project.

ME&A’s water programming successes improve lives