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The WASH SDG plan for Woba Ari Woreda has been developed by the planning team drawn from district WASH sector offices of water, education, health, finance, administration, and women and children affairs. To support the planning process, IRC WASH developed Microsoft Excel-based planning tools. The aim of the tools is to support the handling quantitative data systematically and support the strategic planning and costing process of going from the current service to the desired, as per the agreed vision. The planning process involved a series of workshops with coaching and evaluation activities in between these workshops led by IRC WASH. The WASH SDG master plan is prepared and owned by the woreda WASH sector offices with technical support from IRC WASH through USAID Sustainable WASH Systems Learning Partnership (SWS).

Woba Ari Woreda is located in South Omo Zone of the Southern Nations, Nationalities and People's Regional State (SNNPR), Ethiopia. Administratively, the woreda is divided into ten (10) rural and one (1) urban kebeles. The total population of the woreda is 66,466 (63,620 rural and 2,846 urban). The annual population growth rate of the woreda is 2.9%.

The woreda has also set the vision of achieving 100% coverage with basic WASH services for all schools and health care facilities by 2030. This is a big step up from the current water, sanitation, and hygiene service of 9%, 9%, and 0% respectively in the schools and water, sanitation, hygiene, waste management, and environmental cleaning service of 8%, 0%, 0%, 8%, and 0% respectively, in health care facilities

TitleWoba Ari woreda WASH Sustainable Development Goal master plan
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2021
AuthorsEthiopia, IRCWASH
Pagination63 p.
Date Published12/2021
PublisherIRC WASH Ethiopia
Place PublishedAddis Ababa
Publication LanguageEnglish
Keywordsethiopia, master plan, Woba Ari Woreda

This woreda WASH master plan contains the vision and strategies of Woba Ari Woreda. This master plan aims for universal access to safe and sustainable water supply and sanitation and hygiene services for the entire population of Woba Ari Woreda by 2030. The master plan provides a strategy towards achieving the set goals and visions for WASH in the woreda.



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