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Stepping up aid to provide clean water in Somalia

The construction of key water source in Abore Village in Somalia is the first of its kind in the remote village in Gedo Region of Somalia. This water system is used to prevent the Covid-19 pandemic.

Construction of water source in Abore Village in Somalia
Issack Liban, Abore village chief fetching water from the newly constructed water kiosk which is linked to the main water tank. He leads the water committee in the village which maintains the multiple water use system. Photo credit: Maslah Mohamed
Key water source in Abore village, Somalia
Some of the community members fetching water from the water kiosk. The water source has proved to be a lifeline for the community. Photo credit: Maslah Mohamed
BORESHA project Somalia
The newly constructed well with a storage tank and water kiosk in Abore village, it is the first of its kind in the area. Photo credit: Maslah Mohamed
Wareyle Village, Somalia
BORESHA staff Dr. Bashir Abbey (right) and Community Animal Health Worker Abdiwahab Dagale going through a list of the number of animals to be treated in the village. Photo credit: Maslah Mohamed
Handwashing station set up in response to COVID-19 - Dollow, Somalia
Khalif Mohamed washes his hands at one of the handwashing stations set up in our Business Development Centre in Dollow Somalia, the center has made it mandatory for all staff, visitors and beneficiaries to wash their hands. Photo credit: Abdiwali Muhamed

Funded by the European Union Trust Fund for Africa, the Building Opportunities for Resilience in the Horn of Africa (BORESHA) project’s overall objective is to promote economic development and greater resilience, particularly among vulnerable groups in the Cross Border area between Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia. The project is adopting a community-driven approach to address the shared nature of the risks and opportunities in this border area.