Clean drinking water is not only a human right, but above all, the very resource base on which current and future generations depend. What we take for granted in Switzerland is still a daily struggle and a question of survival in many countries, including Tanzania.
Since 2011, we were able to install simple solar systems in 119 schools, 17 hospitals and 14 village communities in Tanzania, providing more than 80,000 children and adults with access to safe and clean drinking water.
In 2018, we intend to build facilities for a further 25,000 people, paving the way for a healthier and better life for more than 100,000 people.
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drink clean water from our water facilities on a daily basis
people will gain access to drinking water this year alone
access to clean water must become the norm for everyone
This year's World Water Day is dedicated to water and climate change. As 2020 is a crucial year for climate protection, this focus comes at the right time. Water is the primary medium through which we perceive the effects of climate change, from extreme weather events such as droughts and floods to the melting of glaciers, saltwater intrusion and rising sea levels. ... more »
The SoWaDis plant built at the Moravian Church Center is the first in the Mbeya/Songwe region. After the start in the northeast (Arusha/Kilimanjaro) these two regions were selected by the foundation board as the second base for our projects in Tanzania. ... more »