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The present study entitled an analysis of government interventions and community satisfaction in WASH Program in district Peshawar. A total of 359 respondentsâ€™ were proportionally allocated to each village and then, selected through simple random sampling techniques. Data were collected on a three-level Likert scale interview schedule encompassing all study variables. Chi-square test was used to test the association amount of study variable. Finding regarding the government intervention, volunteer community practices and community satisfaction showed significant association with message delivered to respondents families regarding health hygiene (p = 0.000), remembrance of message related to hygiene which they participated (p = 0.000), selection for assistance (p < 0.008), reason of selection for the support (p = 0.000), respectively, the study found that people had high degree of satisfaction with regards to the initiation, execution and deliverance of the project. As a strong follow-up mechanism, maximum participation of community and intervention of public sector were recommended.
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