Rainwater harvesting in Tanzania

Rainwater harvesting in Tanzania

09 October 2015
This briefing paper examines rainwater harvesting in Tanzania. Women/children are the main household collectors/users of water, often walking significant distances for collection. Schoolchildren, their teachers, and families suffer from lack of water in school. Without water, school attendance is low, particularly in the hot afternoons, and academic performance is poor.
This briefing paper examines rainwater harvesting in Tanzania. Women/children are the main household collectors/users of water, often walking significant distances for collection. Schoolchildren, their teachers, and families suffer from lack of water in school. Without water, school attendance is low, particularly in the hot afternoons, and academic performance is poor.

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Rainwater harvesting in Tanzania

This briefing paper examines rainwater harvesting in Tanzania. Women/children are the main household collectors/users of water, often walking significant distances for collection. Schoolchildren, their teachers, and families suffer from lack of water in school. Without water, school attendance is low, particularly in the hot afternoons, and academic performance is poor.