Final evaluation of the water facility programme in Tanzania

Final evaluation of the water facility programme in Tanzania

07 August 2015

This report outlines the objectives and findings of the water facility programme in Tanzania. The European Union supported programme was run from 2011 – 2014 across five districts in northwest Tanzania.

The programme increased household and school access to clean and safe water while also educating participants in best practices for hygiene. Photo taken by Concern Worldwide, Ngara, Tanzania.

The main objective of this evaluation was to assess the relevance, efficiency and sustainability of the project and to identify and document findings to better inform future Concern water, sanitation and hygiene programmes.

Throughout the evaluation it was noted that the design of the technology used was suitable for local conditions. Rain water harvesting (RWH) systems; improved water sources, improved latrines, and others was noted also to be of simple technology allowing for easy operation and maintenance by locals.

The programme directly benefited 463,976 people, exceeding the original plan to reach 300,000 people.

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Final evaluation of the water facility programme in Tanzania

This report outlines the objectives and findings of the EU-supported water facility programme implemented in five districts across northwest Tanzania.
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