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management and the organization household waste pre-collection on the one hand, and the Information Education Communication (IEC) and vector control campaigns on the other hand. This was to reduce the prevalence of waterborne diseases. Other actions initiated to achieve this objective: the landscaping along the canals, the development of a flood prevention and manage- ment plan, the update of the Yaoundé Sanitation Master Plan ( Rainwater component);
• Strengthening of the logistical and institutional capacities of the CUY, the 7 District municipali- ties, district hospitals and associations of Yaoundé.
MORE THAN 150,000 OUTREACHED HOUSEHOLDS
In the first three months of 2018, more than 150,000 households were sensitized on hygiene and sanitation, which is 53.03% of the target; moreover, the following achievements were obtai- ned as part of the execution of PADY 2:
• Out of the 8.5km of the canal to be built on the Mfoundi bed, 3.5km were built during PADY 1, and 3, 8km built on the expected 5km of PADY 2. A total length of 7.6km out of the 8.5 expec- ted, for a completion rate of about 89.41%;
• Out of the 7.6 km of the canal to be built in the four tributaries of the Mfoundi, a total length of 7.2 km had already been constructed, represen- ting a completion rate of 96.73%;
Canalization of the river Mfoundi in the MAGZI area, Mvan quarter
• For crossing works: 05 gutters built out of 06 planned on the Mfoundi canal and 04 gutters built out of 20 in all the tributaries;
• A pilot campaign of chemical control carried out in the city of Yaoundé and 7 campaigns of
physical struggle conducted in each of the 7 District Councils as part of the vector control.
Other important achievements expected from the project:
• The supply of mechanical equipment to the Yaoundé Urban City; as well as 07 District Councils;
• The supply of medical equipment to 05 Yaoundé District Hospitals and the purchase of 06 level recorders;
• The rehabilitation of 05 Yaoundé District hospi- tals, as well as the training and supervision of maintenance brigades of the Urban City and District Councils;
• Health training for the Yaoundé District hospi- tals staff, as well as the provision of various hygiene and office equipment to 05 Yaoundé District hospitals;
• The supply of material and the construction of 38 pre-collection platforms; as well as the provi- sion of garbage collection bins;
• An update of the Sanitation Master Plan for the city of Yaoundé; and the Flood Prevention and Landscaping Study;
















































































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