JWF Fund 2019
*Note: The number of supported project are shown boldface and the number of beneficiaries are shown in parentheses.
The number of supported project and beneficiaries of JWF Fund 2019
The JWF Fund was founded in 2005 and is operated solely by the Japan Water Forum (JWF), which aims to support selected grass-roots organizations in developing countries that have been addressing local water-related issues. Every year, the JWF publicly seeks out projects to support. Those adopted after due assessment are eligible for funding of up to 1,000 USD per project. The JWF Fund is based on JWF membership fees and donations from general contributors.
Under the JWF Fund 2019, seven projects in six countries were selected out of 302 projects submitted by 36 countries.
Applications for the JWF Fund 2019:
・Application Period: 3 June to 15 July 2019
・Number of Applications: 302 projects from 36 countries
・Selected projects: 7 projects from 6 countries; Papua New Guinea (1), Uganda (2), Kenya (1), South Sudan (1), Haiti (1), and Sierra Leone (1)
This page describes the project Improvement of water supply and sanitation through rehabilitation of a hand pump well (Sierra Leone).
Improvement of water supply and sanitation through rehabilitation of a hand pump well (Sierra Leone)
|Outlines of the project:
・Organization：Rural Agency for Community Action Programme-Sierra Leone (RACAP-SL) (#227)
・Project title：Rehabilitation of a hand pump well in Baoma Village, Kpaka Chiefdom, Pujehun District, Southern Sierra Leone
・Country/Area: Sierra Leone / Baoma Village, Pujehun District, Southern Province
・Project period: October 2019 to March 2020
・Number of beneficiaries:659 (235 women, 107 men, 317 children)
・Cost: $1,454($1,000: JWF funds, $254:beneficiaries, $200:RACAP-SL)
Before the project:
During the project:
After the project:
Voices from the beneficiaries:
Mrs. Fatmata Kpaka (43 years old)
Mr. Dauda Rogers（chief of Baoma Village, 52 years old）
Miss. Hawa Massaquoi (17 years old)
（Reported by Shigenori Asai, Director）