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Total Organizations: 1
Total Projects: 11
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Profile Completion: 50%

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Organizations in St John


This is a resource group made up of the Line Ministries and service agencies. The committee works operationalise the NWSP, including providing a coordination for water supply and sanitation activities, development of and facilitation of the strategies. The NWSHPC is ... Learn More

Projects in St John


The BHP Billiton WASH project is a one year effort designed to support the government of Liberia in making significant progress towards rolling out it Poverty Reduction Strategy and achieving the Millennium Development Goals. This project also intends to improve ... Learn More

This project intends to improve the health of un-served and rural communities people through community mobilization and by constructing/rehabilitating wells.The BHP Billiton WASH project is a one year effort designed to support the government of Liberia in making significant progress ... Learn More

This project intends to improve the health of un-served and rural communities people through community mobilization and by constructing/rehabilitating wells.The BHP Billiton WASH project is a one year effort designed to support the government of Liberia in making significant progress ... Learn More

This project intends to improve the health of un-served and rural communities people through community mobilization and by constructing/rehabilitating wells.The BHP Billiton WASH project is a one year effort designed to support the government of Liberia in making significant progress ... Learn More

This project intends to improve the health of un-served and rural communities people through community mobilization and by constructing/rehabilitating wells.The BHP Billiton WASH project is a one year effort designed to support the government of Liberia in making significant progress ... Learn More

The BHP Billiton WASH project is a one year effort designed to support the government of Liberia in making significant progress towards rolling out it Poverty Reduction Strategy and achieving the Millennium Development Goals. This project also intends to improve ... Learn More

This project is implemented by the Water Of Life Liberia, funded by the Last Well and Brook woods Church USA to increase sustainable access to safe drinking water and hygiene practices across Liberia. Our WASH interventions is also intended to ... Learn More

Project WET is currently active in more than 75 countries around the world through a network of partner organizations that range from small NGOs to major international corporations and organizations. We only go where we’re invited! We work with our ... Learn More

This project is implemented by the Water Of Life Liberia, funded by the Last Well and Brook woods Church USA to increase sustainable access to safe drinking water and hygiene practices across Liberia. Our WASH interventions is also intended to ... Learn More

This project is implemented by the Water Of Life Liberia, funded by the Last Well and Brook woods Church USA to increase sustainable access to safe drinking water and hygiene practices across Liberia. Our WASH interventions is also intended to ... Learn More

The project will provide equitable and sustainable access to improved water and sanitation services and will motivate households to practice improved improved sanitation and hygiene behavior: 50000 people (55% female) in 66 communities, in 5 underserved counties with particularly high ... Learn More

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