Research report from Mikindani

This is was a 2013 April research work that was done by TAEEs with support from Tanzania Water and sanitation network (Tawasanet) to research on sanitation performances in schools Mikindani Ward in Mtwara DC.
Most findings have been included in the report but most importantly is that sanitation status at the moment is at low level that need stakeholder’s intervention to support our children who are suffering from poor sanitation condition and makes them uncomfortable to exist. Most sanitation facilities are locally built and have no roof which makes them vulnerable to get filled with rain water as well as storm water in some places below the desired life span. This adds more cost to community members that require digging more pits every one or two years which adds more life pressure to Mikindani people. More details read from here Mikindani Research report on SWASH

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About taees
The Tanzania Association of Environmental Engineers (TAEEs) was established in 2004 as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), 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 supervision of water supply and sanitation projects, Environmental and institutional development studies. Furthermore, the organization aims at facilitating and assisting communities to have access to safe Water, health and standard hygienic facilities through community – based schemes. TAEEs is registered under civil societies Ordinance cap 337 of the United Republic of Tanzania as well as compliance to NGOs Act 24 of 2002 and registered under Vice president’s Office (VPO) on 30th September 2005.

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