Introducing the WASH Team Leaders

26th September 2015

In Tanzania, approximately 14 million people do not have access to safe water, over 30% of the population, and 27 million people do not have access to adequate sanitation. In October, six teams of volunteers from the UK and Tanzania will be working alongside communities to help increase knowledge and raise awareness about Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in rural areas.

The communities are based around the Makete District near the town of Njombe in the Southern Highlands of Tanzania. Teams will be working with project partner SAWA (Sanitation and Water Action) on the Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) approach. This is a methodology for mobilising communities to completely eliminate open defecation.  In the next blog we will discuss the CLTS method in more detail so stay tuned.

Team Mpangala – Jibu and Ummey

 

Will and Magreth
Team Ndapo – Will and Magreth

 

Abubakari and James
Team Magoye – Abubakari and James

 

Alice and Lisa
Team Ikungula – Alice and Lisa

 

Peter and Anna
Team Ngoje – Peter and Anna

 

Lameck and Jazz
Team Mbela – Lameck and Jazz

 

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