The Bairro 25 de Junho is located in the northwest of the Mozambican capital Maputo.
The city council has assessed the 25 de Junho school in the KaMubukwana district as a priority in need of WASH infrastructure improvement. Like many schools in the capital, there is a lack of adequate sanitation facilities, especially those that are barrier-free and gender-responsive.
Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP)
WSUP is a British multi-sector partnership active in seven African countries. The aim of WSUP is to work with urban water and sanitation companies to provide financially sustainable and affordable supply systems for poor urban areas. WfW works directly with WSUP Mozambique. WSUP is responsible for monitoring and controlling as well as the design of the projects financed by WfW.
1'068 children benefit directly from improved infrastructure.
22'000 people benefit from hygiene improvement activities.
training of 44 teachers on reproductive health