This year Raincatcher is teaming up with Mboni Y Vijana in western Tanzania to build 10 school latrines, deliver WASH training and conduct research.
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To implement a latrine construction programme for 10 latrines in a local primary school.
A teaching programme for the surrounding village about the importance of WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene).
Research nearby villages to establish the severity of common problems in the community with a view for future project work.
For more than seventeen years Raincatcher has been changing lives in rural Tanzania. Take a look at a few of our projects . . .
The Raincatcher team delivered a 250,000 litre Rainwater Harvesting System in Tabora.
The team delivered a 55,000 litre Rainwater Harvesting System in the village of Choma Chankola.
Our very first project was a 50,000 litre Rainwater Harvesting System in Kagongwa village.
Raincatcher funded a 200,000 litre Rainwater Harvesting System in Tabora.
Training of Trainers (TOT)
The programme enables villagers to create water jars for their own homes.
The Raincatcher Song
The Raincatcher Song was written by villagers as part of our WASH training programme.
The team delivered a training programme for constructing small scale rainwater jars.
Raincatcher funded a hand dug underground water tank in the village of Kipalapala, Tabora.
The team oversaw construction of a 250,000 litre water tank at Mihayo Primary School.
Raincatcher funded a 75,000 litre Rainwater Harvesting System in Sikonge.
Raincatcher delivered a comprehensive Water, Sanitation and Hygiene programme in Igoko.
The team oversaw construction of underground water tanks Kahama, Nzega and Igunga.
Raincatcher oversaw the construction of 50,000 litre Rainwater Harvesting System.
Raincatcher delivered a micro-financing programme, enabling local people to save, borrow and invest.
Raincatcher funded a large hand dug underground water tank in the village of Cheyo.
A side project funding the provision of malaria preventing mosquito nets.
Raincatcher delivered a comprehensive WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) programme.
The first Raincatcher team to visit Tanzania oversaw the construction of latrines.
Raincatcher provides training for villagers to build and maintain small scale water jars.
The team delivered a 50,000 litre Rainwater Harvesting System to the village of Tumbi.
The team oversaw the construction of a large Rainwater Harvesting System in Mihayo.
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