Emergency Solid Waste Management Response Project 

Emergency Solid Waste Management Response Project 

The project: Emergency Response to Solid Waste Management in Al Hudaydah Governorate, funded by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), aims to improve solid waste and waste management services in three districts that have been targeted in Al Hudaydah Governorate (Al-Hawk, Al-Mina, Al-Current) where the project works to build capacity Institutional of the hygiene fund to improve solid waste management by supporting the staff and supervisors of the hygiene fund for a period of (72) days in two stages implementing hygiene and awareness campaigns and maintenance work. Maintenance and operation of hygiene equipment as cash for work in which support and incentives are provided to (6,096) beneficiaries and beneficiaries of them (2,446) Of the hygiene fund employees, in addition to (3,650) of the most vulnerable members of society working outside the framework of the fund.

 

Project goals

- Supporting and building institutional capacity for the Hodeidah Clean Fund to improve waste and waste management.
- Reducing the possibility of spreading infectious diseases and epidemics among the population and from pollution of groundwater.
- Providing a temporary daily income for the duration of the project for (660) workers and employees of the hygiene fund in exchange for removing and removing waste from the streets.
- Creating (3,340) temporary job opportunities for the beneficiaries of both sexes who belong to the poorest and most vulnerable families affected by the conflict.

 

Activities