This document is the second of a three-volume report commissioned by GOAL Sierra Leone (GOAL) and funded by the UK Department for International Development (UK-DFID) to evaluate the sanitation market in the vulnerable communities of Freetown, Sierra Leone. This volume provides an assessment of the faecal sludge emptying services in Freetown.… Read More


This report was commissioned by GOAL Sierra Leone to assess the sanitation market in the vulnerable communities of Freetown, Sierra Leone. It is intended to contribute to and support GOAL’s activities under the Freetown Urban Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Consortium programme funded by UK Department for International Development (UK-DFID). This first of three volumes is focused on evaluating the demand for sanitation facilities and services in vulnerable communities as well as the communication channels used in Freetown. The consequent volumes examine faecal sludge emptying services and the supply of sanitary facilities and services in Freetown.… Read More


GOAL, in partnership with the Kenema District Health Management Team is undertaking an IrishAid funded pilot project on Community Health Clubs. The Clubs aim to provide a community platform where topics such as WASH, communicable diseases, nutrition, and reproductive/maternal and child health can be covered. The behaviour change activities are being delivered at community level by Community Health Workers, and this is complimented by club savings and loans schemes, and sanitation marketing. The approach to sanitation and hygiene builds on some of the methods of CLTS, and could be described as ‘CLTS+’.… Read More


About       Map showing the construction of Irish Aid wells & gravities by GOAL in Kenema District in 2013. This map shows both gravity fed systems and protected hand dug Wells. Authors    GOAL Year          2014   Download PDF here… Read More