Provide clearn-safe water to 5000 Ngyeku villagers

 
$25
$94,975
Raised
Remaining
Jan 15, 2013

Provide clean-safe water to 5000 Ngyeku villagers

Community members fetching water about 1-6 km away
Community members fetching water about 1-6 km away

Provide clean-safe water to 5000 Ngyeku villagers, is a new project.

The key strategic programme interventions implemented by TAN-EDAPS include: Organizational
and community capacity building; Environmental care and Food security; Education
and Early Childhood Development; Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH);
Integrated Health; Economic empowerment; and other cross-cutting development
issues involving: Gender mainstreaming; Lobbing and advocacy; Group dynamics
and team building; and Leadership and Good governance.

TAN-EDAPS is committed and employs participatory approaches to helping communities from village level
upwards. It encourages people in the target areas to form Community Development Groups (CDGs) and strengthen their own local development committees to ensure appreciable improvement in the lives of the people within the operational area.
TAN-EDAPS also works in collaboration with relevant government line ministries; Faith based organizations, local and international NGOs.
However, due to increasing poverty among target communities, TAN-EDAPS is severely hampered by lack of funding to complement with local community demonstrated efforts.

However, due to increasing poverty among target communities, TAN-EDAPS is severely hampered by lack of funding to complement with local community demonstrated efforts.

This water project is Capital and technical intensive in its nature.

Achievements todate involve:

- Community sensitization has been done effectively and people are ready to contribute their labour and cash in kind during actual project implementation as it may be required by the technical team.

- Liason made with Regional water engineer and he has promised to provide technical assistance when funds availed.

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Project Leader

Kaanaeli Moses Mafie

National Executive Director
Arusha, Tanzania Tanzania, United Republic of

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