Accessing clean water and sanitation
Catastrophic damage in Syria has had a massive effect on sanitation. Water stations and sewage systems have been destroyed or left abandoned. Piles of rubbish are left to rot in the streets. Your support can help us rebuild a healthy infrastructure.
Dirty water has led to widespread illness and water-borne disease. This is especially so in rural camps, where large numbers of internally displaced people have settled with limited access to hygiene supplies and clean water. Your support improves the health of such communities by providing access to clean water.
HIHFAD supports communities in obtaining clean water by restoring networks and sewage systems.
HIHFAD also supports local administrations in increasing their water management capacity through various training and workshops. Prefabricated latrines are provided to IDPs in camps and informal communities.
HIHFAD provide awareness sessions that are offered through outreach campaigns to improve living conditions and environmental health.
HIHFAD focus is preventing a wide range of waterborne diseases through solid waste management and waste treatment solutions.
All WASH activities are designed in line with SPHERE standards and WASH cluster recommendations.