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Usafi wa Mazingira Tanzania (UMATA)

Peoples' Development Forum (PDF)

Usafi wa Mazingira Tanzania (UMATA) is part of the National Sanitation Campaign designed and implemented by the Government of Tanzania. It seeks to increase access to and use of improved sanitation facilities and with changed sanitation behaviors at scale.

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Soap Road Show Sensitization

Tanzania Water and Sanitation Network (TAWASANET)

Soap Road Show is a sensitization program which targets communities and local government as stakeholders on issues related to the improvement of sanitation, hygiene and environment conservation at the local levels.

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Water Facility Program

Community Based Health Care Council (CBHCC)

CBHCC designs and implements a variety of rural WASH interventions in close collaboration with the community to improve access to clean water and sanitation and promote community ownership and management of the facilities.

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Water Stations Operated by Local Entrepreneurs in Tanzania

Gongali Model Co.Ltd

Gongali manufactures and provides water filters, which are adapted to filtering out the types of contamination found in local communities in Tanzania, to entrepreneurs to start water businesses.

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WASH Enterprise Incubator in Tanzania

Maji Safi kwa Afya Bora Ifakara (MSABI)

MSABI is a Social Business Incubator which pioneers progressive and innovative hardware and software systems that create and “spin-off” independent and locally owned WASH service delivery businesses.

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Maji Usafi wa Mazingira na Afya (MA.U.A)

IDYDC

IDYDC improves hygiene and sanitation services in rural and peri-urban areas of the Iringa region of Tanzania.

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Improving Health of Communities Through Increasing WASH Services, Coverage and Access

MAMADO (Maji naMaendeleo Dodoma)

Maji naMaendeleo Dodoma (MAMADO) delivers sanitation and hygiene solutions through hardware subsidies coupled with community-centric education on the importance and maintenance sanitation facilities.

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Tanzania SMART Centre

SHIPO

The Tanzania SMART Centre trains local private sector actors in the manufacturing, selling and installing of affordable WASH technologies to rural and semi-urban households.

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EVA Wear

Transformation Textiles

Transformation Textiles uses leftover factory textiles to make an affordable, reusable, and accessible menstrual pad for women and girls in East Africa.

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