STS (Small Town Sanitations)

A USAID funded project which aims to "improve the well-being of target communities, especially among women and girls; create a financially sustainable, transformative, replicable and locally owned sanitation market in ten small towns in the central and northern provinces of Cabo Delgado, Nampula and Zambezia in Mozambique". The Project is implemented by a consortium composed of PSI, N'weti, CESC, SNV and Planet Partnership under the leadership of PSI.

N'weti, being a renowned organization in the field of KBS, is responsible for implementing activities that contribute to "increase household investment in sanitation products and services and promote healthy sanitation and hygiene practices and behaviors through

  • Implementing multi-channel SBC campaigns to increase latrine construction and use, safe disposal of child faeces, correct handwashing and reducing behaviours and social norms that stigmatise menses.
  • Increase gender equity and inclusion in household sanitation decision-making.
  • Develop new approaches to strengthen social norms in support of achieving and maintaining open defecation free (ODF) status.
  • Develop government capacity to plan and execute evidence-based SBC campaigns.

Geographic Area:

  • Cabo Delgado - 2 Vilas (To be defined after considering all safety aspects, taking into account the context of this province).
  • Nampula - 4 Vilas (Angoche, Monapo, Nacala Porto and Namialo)
  • Zambézia - 4 Vilas (Mocuba, Milange, Alto Molocue and Gurué)
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