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Construction and rehabilitation of Berkads in Salahley

Salahley is a district situated 68km from Hargeisa district the capital city, with an estimated 3000 households. The economy is mainly dependent on different types of small businesses and livestock. The people living in this district are mostly the pastoral community who has livestock. The delivery of basic social services is generally good in terms of access to health and education. There is a water borehole funded and drilled by other NGOs which is located 2km from outside of the town but this borehole water is used for livestock and is not appropriate for humans because the borehole has hard water. Due to a general scarcity of water in the region, there is a growing need for finding long-term, sustainable drinkable water for HHs to ensure a safe water supply. Regarding those issues, the Sallahley community identified the most prioritized projects among the projects identified during the CAAPs development. Since Sallahley has an increased number of residents in the town which contributes to the demand for water; The community raised the need for the construction of new Berkads and rehabilitation of existing ones. The Mayor of the district and different district committees such as the Village Development Committee, Early Warning Early Action Committee, NRM Committees, and VSLAs came together and agreed to build a Community center for Arabsiyo. Then they elected Social Affairs (VDC/SAC) who are responsible for leading this community development activity. The SAC elected its leadership and bank signatories. The Committee then opened Bank accounts in Darasalam and Dahabshil for their community contribution. The total project cost is $ 58,361.60; DRC will contribute 70% while the community will contribute 30%. According to this community project, the Bulshokaab platform online is used to track the transactions of an individual voluntary contribution to the project account. This will increase the transparency and accountability of the project contributions and the trust of the contributors.


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