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Tinkisso-Antenna, a local NGO responsible for a national programme

The gradual introduction of the WATASOL approach in Guinea began in response to a cholera outbreak in 2008 and could serve as a model for other countries. Tinkisso-Antenna, our motivated and competent local partner, is currently working with the Guinean Ministry of Health to extend the production and distribution of chlorine flasks throughout the entire national territory. Impact: 560,000 beneficiaries Partnering with healthcare services, Tinkisso-Antenna has become a producer of chlorine for around 800,000 potential beneficiaries. The government has commissioned the installation of Maxi-WATA equipment in each region. The challenge for project viability is to ensure that the equipment is used after the rainy season, when the risk of cholera increases. Read more