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“This plan gives us a clear vision of the objectives and expected results of the municipality"
"It is essential to identify and rigorously analyse the needs in order to define the objectives and to monitor progress"
"However, the development of the Communal Strategic Plan was not done only from behind a desk at the Town Hall"
"We visited villages and communities were invited to participate in the process in order to properly identify their needs."
Moussa Diarra, Mayor of Tioribougou
Tioribougou is a commune that is part of the Kolokani ‘Cercle’, a sub-division of the Koulikoro region. This is one of nine regions in the country and is located about 100 km north of the capital, Bamako. Tioribougou has 14 villages, and the population of 17,000 people (in 2017) is expected to grow to 27,000 by 2030.
In 2018, the Mayor of Tioribougou, IRC and World Vision, developed a master plan to achieve the delivery of WASH services to everyone in the commune by 2030. The first step is to achieve 100% coverage in all health care facilities. But partners are also working on improving WASH services in schools and reaching every household in the communes by 2030. The plan has inspired and driven political buy-in and serves as a roadmap for implementation. It helped set a vision and the steps needed to achieve.
In 2020, IRC supported the commune in conducting a finance study to better understand the costs and gaps related to the 2030 vision. The total capital requires at that time was estimated at 165,000 US Dollar.
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Plan stratégique des services publics d’eau, d'hygiène et d'assainissement de Commune rurale de Tioribougou - 2018-2030
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