Post-Tsunami Water Supply and Sanitation (WSS) Assessment

South and South-East Asia - Sri Lanka

- | World Vision |

Following the 2004 Tsunami, Cowater provided technical assistance to World Vision Canada to identify areas for support during recovery and rehabilitation. Cowater undertook a detailed assessment of conditions following the tsunami to assist in the development of water and sanitation programs at the district level.  As part of this, Cowater worked with district-level engineers and local government to identify community water and sanitation projects for future World Vision programming. This technical assistance was delivered in 2005.

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