Background

The Tanzania Association of Environmental Engineers (TAEEs) was established in 2004 and officially registered in September 2005 as a professional Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), non-political, non-religious and Not-for-Profit making organization offering services in Facilitation of community based projects such as water supply and sanitation, solid waste management, public health & hygienic and education, Engineering studies, Design, implementation and supervision of water supply and sanitation projects, intervention of climate change resilience and adaptation, Environmental and institutional development studies.  Read more of this post

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Whatever you donate saves life

Women and children particularly in rural community spend a lot of time each day walking to collect water that is often unclean and unsafe to drink and accelerates to be a cause of sickness.

Women are the vulnerable group on water shortage

When children get sick they cannot attend classes in school and their mothers stay at home to care responsibilities for them. On the other hand, when fathers also get sick they can’t do any developmental activities to earn money.

The clear vicious circle begins with clean and safe water and improved hygiene and sanitation standard. Your donation today will move a milestone of millions of people starving from water shortage and poor hygiene and sanitation.

Your support in terms of donation is highly needed, valued and accounted. You may wish to contribute to serve the poor community via TAEEs dollar account through contacting the finance department via this address

Writing to us via postal office

Project and Fundraising Officer,

TAEEs

Box 35454, Mazingira Street, Bunju B

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Country code: +255; Mobile: 0787-349-717 or 0786-349717

Email: taeestz@gmail.com or admin@taees.com

WFP tenders

For internal use only, the WFP tenders 

Raise your hand for hygiene: A global call for a hygiene indicator in the SDGs!

Hygiene—specifically handwashing with soap—is one of the most important interventions for human health and development and is a universal necessity. Fundamental to fighting undernutrition, reducing child mortality, overcoming antibiotic resistance, and advancing access to education, hygiene underpins the delivery of several other Sustainable Development Goals and ultimately advances gender equity, dignity, and human rights. Sign petition to include Hygiene in the SDGs

Report back your activities

This post is only meant to TAEEs staff to report back monthly activities they have done for the whole month and plan for the next month.
To this time, this is under trial to text how it functions, so if you are not TAEEs staff,please don’t submit this form

Take Our Survey!

Know TAEEs Activities

TAEEs has been engaging in supporting community activities since its establishment. It is well known and clear that alongside constructing physical water and sanitation structures we must provide education on how to protect them. Environmental management, hygiene and sanitation are our main concerns. Villagers we are working with are equipped with appropriate knowledge on how to be able to manage their health, environment, water resources and infrastructures. Read more here TAEEs newsletter Issue 1, January, 2015

WASH profile get enhanced in Karagwe and Kyerwa Districts

The Water and sanitation profile in both Karagwe and Kyerwa District has been noted to have enhanced via the Rural Water and Sanitation Program (RWSSP) was introduced in these districts. The project that started in 2009 has brought a notable remark to these villages particularly to public institutions such as Primary schools and health centres in Rwabikagate, Kigorogoro (Kyerwa district) and other 6 villages of Chanika, Chamchuzi, Nyakakika, Chabuhora, Kayungu, Nyaishozi in KAragwe districts. More details can be read from here
WASH Newsletter, February 2015

2014 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 3,900 times in 2014. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 3 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.

Shifting from taees.wordpress.com to taees.org

Good news to our esteemed members, partners, customers, well-wishers
We have managed to create our own website which is a web-based database, which is currently on development.
So we bring this to our members that soon or later, we shall be fully with http://www.taees.org for smooth communication. However, this webpage will continue to be updated from time to time and we shall be more than happy to get in touch with our partners.

The contacts remain the same and will be updated from time to time

Karibu, most welcome

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