Final evaluation of the sustainability of the WASH programme in Tanzania

Final evaluation of the sustainability of the WASH programme in Tanzania

05 August 2015

This report summarises the findings from a two week field visit to the Kagera Region in north-west Tanzania during which 17 hand pump water points installed by Concern and their local partners were evaluated.

The overall sustainability of the different water points has been characterised according to three fundamental criteria: the sustainability of the physical infrastructure, the sustainability of the water point committee and the sustainability of the backstopping support.

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Girls collect water from a tap installed by Concern Worldwide in Tanzania. Photo taken by Crystal Wells/Concern Worldwide.

Final evaluation of the sustainability of the WASH programme in Tanzania

An evaluation of the installation of pump water points installed by Concern and local partners in north-west Tanzania.
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