in Santa Rosa and San Roman, Belize
Project Status: Finished in December 2018
The German Cooperation - through the Embassy of Germany in Guatemala - funded the "Improved Community Sanitation, Hygiene and Residue Disposal in Santa Rosa and San Roman, Belize" project implemented from June 2018 to December 2018.
Video of project results and achievements.
As the result of the project, ten 10 women and 54 relatives living in the same household in Santa Rosa and San Roman villages in Stann Creek district:
2,915 residents from the targeted villages can access a toilet installed at each community center.
Each community center added 25 trees to the property.
The project built waterless-double-chamber composting toilets that:
Teaching materials were created and are available for use:
Construction and maintenance guidelines for waterless-double-chamber composting toilets.
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The project aimed to:
Increase access to improved sanitation and adequate hygiene and residue disposal practices in San Roman and Santa Rosa villages in Stann Creek district, Belize.
Improve awareness and knowledge of adequate hygiene and residue disposal practices at a national level.
During project implementation, HPPB collaborated with:
Start Date: June 2018
Finish Date: December 2018
Duration: 7 months
This project co-funded by