WATSAN

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WATSANWater and Sanitation
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Assistant coordinator of WatSan Cell Imranullah said almost all poets and writers from Rahman Baba to Khushal Khan Khattak to members of the modern day literati had mentioned the River Abasin in their literary work highlighting the importance of water for life.
However, the frameworks to define how national and international actors should contribute to improving access to WATSAN through development cooperation have been mutative over the years (2).
Watsan, which produces 4,000 liters of clean water per hour, had so far produced 207,700 liters of clean water for more than 110 families in Tacloban and neighboring municipalities since it was set up on the day Team Albay reached the city on Nov.
Under its Water and Sanitation (WATSAN) Programme ADT constructed 40 latrines for the use of re-settlers, while nearly 80 open wells and tube wells have been cleaned and repaired, benefiting nearly 5,500 families.
* Lack of electricity and power for operating the WATSAN facilities and lack safe access to maintain and operate these facilities remain
World Vision also held meetings with Watsan committees in the area to equip them with basic principles of management of water systems and latrines.
The community Water and Sanitation Committees (WATSAN) responsible for maintaining the handpumps are often unequipped to fix serious problems and reluctant to raise funds within the community to pay for necessary repairs.
All liquid waste, that is, human waste products, grey water, hospital waste, industrial waste, flood water and any other liquid waste, go to the same pipelines, which lead to the Kim Nguu and To Lich rivers (interview with Project Officer, Sanitation WATSAN Programme, UNICEF, Hanoi, 7 July 1999).
230 male and 230female adolescents were tested on two instruments Motive to Avoid Success (Hornet, Tresemer, Berens, & Watsan, 1973), and a Fear of Appearing Incompetent (Good & Good, 1973a).
Under a multifaceted project co-implemented by the Philippine Red Cross, QRCS' representative mission in the Philippines also rehabilitated water and sanitation (Watsan) facilities and promoted hygiene awareness at the target schools.
Under a multifaceted project implemented in coordination with the Philippine Red Cross, QRCS's representation mission in the Philippines also rehabilitated water and sanitation (WATSAN) facilities and promoted hygiene awareness at the target schools.
However, the completion ratio of Water and Sanitation (WatSan) projects remained 94.68 percent as 2,653 out 2,802 schemes were completed and 121 under construction and 28 projects were yet to be started.