The Challenge: In Tanzania 54% of the population lacks access to clean water and 92% lack rural sanitation. The health, economic and social problems that arise with the lack of basic infrastructure services in the rural communities is immense.
Support grassroots organizations in Tanzania by providing expertise in water and wastewater management. We are working with local partner, TATU Project to provide them with project management and funding for water infrastructure for 2 rural villages near Moshi (Londoto and Msitu wa Tembo). There are over 2000 people that will now have access to clean drinking water once we complete the water well and solar pump. The people in these villages have water committee and delivering a program to teach handwashing as well as drill wells for clean water.
Energy For All (E4A) was approached by TATU Project in 2016 and asked to implement a water project in northeastern Tanzania. TATU Project is a Tanzania-based organisation which facilitates equal and sustainable development projects together with the community members of Msitu Wa Tembo and Londoto.
Country: Tanzania, with an estimated 52 million people, is the largest country in East Africa.
Region: The Villages of Msitu Wa Tembo and Londoto are in the Pangani River Basin in the Kilimanjaro region.Tags: Clean Water
Timeline: June 2018