Managing Water Scarcity through Strengthened Water Resource Management Project in Tuvalu is the second phase of the previous Strengthening Water Security in the Vulnerable Island States that aim to improve the water resource storage system to enhance resilience in communities. This regional project covers 5 Islands which are Cook Island, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Tokelau, and Tuvalu. The project's long-term goal is for communities to be less susceptible to water scarcity. This project is funded by New Zealand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and implemented by the Pacific Community (SPC).

The sole purpose of the household water survey was to collect data and information about the conditions of water storage and catchment system at the household level on all Island of Tuvalu. As the Tuvalu Water Investment Plan needs solid and up-to-date data and information on the current storage capacity on each island of Tuvalu. The survey is a preliminary step towards the achievement of the investment plan.

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