A rope hand pump and borehole were installed to provide the school with a clean, accessible water supply.
A grant was given to repair a broken dam, providing 51,000 villagers with clean water
Storage tanks were installed in four villages for the elderly, who are less able to collect water.
A grant was given to four schools to build large water storage tanks.
Solar power and a new water supply for health and education facilities in Nkonkwa Village, by Lake Tanganyika.
Extension of the Miungu pipeline, reported in 2015, to the nearby hamlet of Chipinpimbi.
Provision of a water supply to Masekelo Secondary School, Shinyanga, from a nearby urban pipeline.
Misechela Village had no reliable supply of clean and safe water. Grant from African Palms Association to pay for up to 7km of pipeline and standpoints for water, with local villagers digging the necessary trenches for the pipes.
The aim of this project is to provide a large water tank, storing water from the roofs of the classrooms. This is for a school which currently can only get water from a pond and holes 3k from the school.
Zeze has 8000 people currently relying on 5 Indian Mark 2 pumps with no water at the school or dispensary. The aim is to replace one broken Indian Mk II pump with a rope pump