• Community development or awareness

    Community development or awareness  Improving health and quality of life amongst the Tanzania communities through integrated water, sanitation and hygiene interventions. Promoting good governance through improving accountability, Leadership, Conflict resolution and peace, transparency of CBO’s, local government and other development actors in the communities. Promoting economic growth in the communities

  • SWASH Programme

    Urban water supply and Solid Waste Management Project

    Urban water supply and Solid Waste Management Project EFD aims to implementing up a program of work on Waste and water resources management which aims to support semi urban communities to manage risks and threats to their water supplies and solid waste disposal. The main goal of this intervention is

  • SWASH Programme

    SWASH Programme

    SWASH Programme School Water supply, sanitation and hygiene play a key role in schools. Schools that do not have such services present a number of risks to pupils, including risk of contracting diseases associated with poor sanitation, lost school days due to illness or for girls while menstruating, contributing to

  • Education and Training on Health

    Education and Training on Health (hygiene), Sanitation in relation to the supply of reliable, clean and safe water to community owned resources. EFD aims at trains community members and volunteers in the basic hygiene messages and assists them in working plans for health education in the community. The volunteers will

  • Wash program

    Environmental Sanitation

    In order to ensure long lasting health benefits brought by improved water supply, environmental sanitation is part and parcel of domestic water supply. EFD supports designing and construction of household and institutional latrines where EFD promotes different types of sanitary facilities suitable for rural/urban areas. It also provides health, hygiene

  • Wash program

    Water & Sanitation

    Water: Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) are crucial building blocks for development. They improve the quality of life and health, advance education, reduce poverty and malnutrition, increase child and maternal survival, drive economic growth and contribute to gender equality and dignity. Participatory Community Appraisal (PCA) proved that water is considered

  • Wash program

    Wash program

    Water & Sanitation: Water: Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) are crucial building blocks for development. They improve the quality of life and health, advance education, reduce poverty and malnutrition, increase child and maternal survival, drive economic growth and contribute to gender equality and dignity. Participatory Community Appraisal (PCA) proved that