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Rural sanitation in flood affected areas evaluation

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Post Floods 2010, UNICEF with other development partners developed and implemented a large-scale sanitation recovery initiative. The initiative is known as Early Recovery Scaling-up of Rural Sanitation in Flood Affected Districts (RuSFAD). It was jointly developed by UNICEF, UN HABITAT and Plan Pakistan (PP). The field implementation was undertaken by leading national non-profit organizations across Pakistan. With some overlapping, the project was implemented in three phases during 2010-12. The third phase was planned during late 2011; however, its implementation started in early 2012. The first two phases covered 23 flood-affected districts (four during the pilot phase and 19 during the second phase); whereas, the third phase was implemented in 17 districts. WaterAid Pakistan (WAP) joined later as ‘Independent Monitor’ and remained partly involved in Phase-II and fully during Phase III. This evaluation is for RuSFAD phase III only.

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Date: 2 March 2015