Ethiopia ranks among the lowest countries in the world in levels of safe water and sanitation coverage. 66% of Ethiopia's 83 million citizens do not have access to an improved water supply and 79% lack access to basic sanitation. The majority of Ethiopia's citizens live in rural areas where rates of coverage are even worse. Among rural Ethiopians, only 34% have access to an improved water supply
RAIN Ethiopia is supporting a community water project to benefit at least 55,000 community members in Woredas region. Funded by The Coca-Cola Africa Foundation in partnership with Conrad N. Hilton Foundation (CNHF) and Millennium Water Alliance (MWA), Catholic Relief Services (CRS), Water Aid and World Vision.
RAIN together with its partner the Millennium Water Alliance are supporting water supply improvements and Multiple Use Services of water (MUS); improve water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) in schools, institutions, and households; empower women through water-related entrepreneurship
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