Over the years, our organization has gained skills and experience in carrying out WASH projects.
To this date, more than 6000 people across 6 communities have benefitted in improved access to clean water, safe sanitation and hygiene practices.
Years 2006 & 2008
Sanitation project in Kalakala & Aggripa
In 2006 and 2008, CCPD constructed 6 VIP toilets blocks in Kalakala and Agrippa Todzi for a total of 2632 people. (SELF-HELP Project, US Embassy in Lomé).
WASH project in Kofegan (2013-2014)
The project involved construction of 1 open well and 1 eco-san latrine, and holding of 3 water and sanitation workshops for 762 beneficiaries between December 2013 and April 2014 in the community of Kofegan, Kpalimé area, Togo. (JWFF Project #2013-092).
WASH project in Tsimelekope (2014-2015)
The project involved construction of 1 open well and 1 eco-san toilet, and holding of 3 training in WASH programs for 535 beneficiaries between December 2014 and April 2015 in the community of Tsimelekofe, Kpalimé area, Togo. (JWFF Project 2014-#T1_024).
WASH project in Agodeke (2015)
The project involved digging 1 shallow well, building 4 latrines, one of which is accessible to and suitable for use by the less able including wheelchair users, providing hand washing facilities and holding workshops to train children and teachers in good hygiene practices – all at Agodeke Primary School in Togo from February to October 2015. It is serving 298 girls and 212 boys between 5 and 12 years and 5 teachers. Overall 515 school children benefit directly. (KTCT grant 2015).
WASH project in Yawokofe (2015-2016)
The project involved construction of 1 open well, 1 ECOSAN toilet and 1 hand washing facility, and holding of 3 training in WASH programs for 465 beneficiaries between December 2015 and April 2016 in the community of Yawokofe, Kpalimé area, Togo. (JWFF Project #2015-007).
WASH project in Apedome (2015-2016)
The project involved construction of shallow well (1), ECOSAN toilet (1) and hand washing facility (1), and holding of training on WASH (3) for 290 direct and 525 indirect beneficiaries between November 2016 and March 2017 in the community of L. Apedome, Kpalimé area, Togo. (JWFF Project 2016 # 015)