Sectors: Co-op & Development, Public Management
Beneficiaries: Local and Regional authorities
Category: Call for proposals
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ACP : Cameroon
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Responsible: European commission
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This call for proposals aims to improve Local Authorities (AL) contribution and associations of local authorities in Cameroon, as actors of an improved governance, as basic services providers and promotors of an inclusive and sustainable growth.
Priorities and funded actions:
1) To reduce poverty and improve in a sustainable way the well-being of the population thanks to better sanitation facilities in rural and semi-urban area
2) LA capacities building in order to improve water resource governance
– Promotion of good practices in hygiene and sanitation
– Creation of sustainable local funding schemes to support the demand for sanitation
– To reinforce local actors capacities in terms of diversified offers of improved sanitation
– Capitalisation of pilot actions aiming to improve municipalities capacities to integrated management of water resources and technical and financial autonomy of the public water supply
– Promotion of intermunicipality and sharing of experience between municipalities in the field of integrated management of water resources and public water supply service
Among financed actions
– Development of studies / researches on local behaviours in the field of sanitation
– Development and implementation of a communication strategy in the field of sanitation
– Innovative activities linked to sanitation by-products valorisation
– Organsiation of capacity building of municipal and intermunicipal actors and water governance body
– Organisation of hygiene and sanitation education campaign (Information, Education and Communication)
– Implementation of facilities enabling the adhesion of all local actors to the vision of an integrated management of water resources