Main Image
Providing sustainable access to water and sanitation is one of Rotary’s six Areas of Focus.

Abingdon: Give Rainwater Tanks in Tanzania

Installation of 3 water tanks; for safe drinking water in the vulnerable community of Oldonyo


Funded by Rotary Grant

Fighting fluorosis in Arusha region (Tanzania) Oldonyo-sambu, with a population of 3,256 is probably the region in Tanzania most affected by fluorosis. The fluorine content of drinking water in the Oldonyo Sambu region is about 12 times more than the WHO recommended level. This leads to skeletal fluorosis, a very debilitating bone condition. In December 2018 , in conjunction with the Nasio Trust, three water tanks, guttering and all pipework at strategically placed locations within the community were installed. This enables families in proximity to the tanks to share the supply of safe water.


Project location
Tanzania, United Republic of
Project dates
Start: 01 July 2018
End:  31 December 2018
Created: 22 February 2019

✓ This project is complete.
Project category
International, Water sanitation and hygiene
Funding
Club Foundation, Rotary Grant
Project contacts
Mr David Rycroft, Abingdon| (contact)
Richard Kirby, Abingdon| (contact)
Brian Hooton, Abingdon| (contact)
Partners
Abingdon, Oxon., England (Rotary Club)
Related Links
 

PROJECT PHOTOS AND VIDEOS

  • Uploaded by
    Richard Kirby
  • Uploaded by
    Richard Kirby
  • Uploaded by
    Richard Kirby
  • Uploaded by
    Richard Kirby
  • Uploaded by
    Richard Kirby
  • Uploaded by
    Richard Kirby
  • Uploaded by
    Richard Kirby
  • Uploaded by
    Richard Kirby

Engagement Tracker

Total volunteer hours
50
Hours
Number of volunteers
1
People
Total cash contributions
1,820
USD
Total in-kind contributions
-
USD

Tags