Case Study: Mali (Aid)

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What is Water Aid?
NGO providing aid (Especially in Mali)
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When was water aid established
1981
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Why are NGOs often better than governments at providing Sustainable Development projects?
Involve local people in decision making, and use appropriate technology
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What % of Mali is desert of semi desert?
65%
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Population of Mali?
12 million
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% of population with access to sustainable improved water supply
50%
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Where has water aid provided clean water and sanitation?
Slums surrounding Mali's capital, Bamako
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As result of Water aid's work what has decreased
number of deaths from diarrhoea has reduced by 65%
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Security of clean water enables community to
build better infrastructure and allows community to plan
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Safe Water + Sanitation + Hygiene Education --->
Maximises health benefits
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Maximises health benefits --->
Without disease communities are stronger
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Without disease communities are stronger --->
More people can work, save money to spend on medicine, use saved time productively
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More people can work, save money to spend on medicine, use saved time productively
Causes economy to grow & develop
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