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21 Φεβ 2014 (πριν από 3 χρόνια και 3 μήνες)

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‘Just add water’

How access to clean water transforms
communities.

“So here it is, my
Christmas Cake in a
bag ready for you to
get baking.”


Just add water?

Just add water?

"I've used only the best
ingredients to create my perfect
Yorkshire pudding mix. Now it's
over to you
Just add water
and
whisk to create a smooth batter
and bake in the oven for
irresistible Yorkshire puddings
just the way you like them "

Project comparison

Kilolo

Pawaga

Design population

13,000

22,500

Cost


600,645


1,212,189

Cost per person


46


54

Funders

EC 75%

Tearfund UK

Tear Australia

CED

St Michael’s Chester Square

EC 75%

Tearfund UK

Tear Australia

CED

Wilmslow Wells for Africa

Project comparison

Kilolo

Pawaga

Partners

Diocese of Ruaha

Diocese of Ruaha

Other key personnel

District Water Department
Technicians

District Water Department
Technicians

Community Involvement

Trench digging, help with
transporting materials,
winning local materials

Trench digging, help with
transporting materials,
winning local materials

Distance from Iringa

40km

70km

Type of supply

Gravity pipeline

Gravity pipeline

Sanitation

Pit latrine slabs

Pit latrine slabs

Health and Hygiene
Education

Seminar programme

Seminar programme

Project comparison

Kilolo

Pawaga

Topography

Southern Highlands,

1600


1700m asl

Rift Valley,

800m asl

Rainfall

1000


1600mm pa

700


800mm pa

Semi
-
arid

Water source

Springs at approx 2000m

Little Ruaha River

Treatment

None required

Coagulation,
sedimentation, filtration,
chlorination

Kilolo springs

Pawaga


Little Ruaha River

Project comparison

Kilolo

Pawaga

Topography

Southern Highlands,

1600


1700m asl

Rift Valley,

800m asl

Rainfall

1000


1600mm pa

700


800mm pa

Semi
-
arid

Water source

Springs at approx 2000m

Little Ruaha River

Treatment

None required

Coagulation,
sedimentation, filtration,
chlorination





Luganga

45 cu.m. Storage
Tank on 6m. Raiser

Itunuda
-

Utilise
existing 90 cu.m. tank

Mkombilrnga

Utilise existing 90 cu.m.

Storage Tank

Little Ruaha River

23,000m
10” and 8” dia
pipe

Future extension to Isele,

Kinyika and Kisanga

Izazi

and M
nadani

Future extension

To Makuka

Mboliboli

Kimande

Mbuyuni

90 cu.m. Storage Tank


90 cu.m. Storage Tank for
Mbuyuni/Kimande/Itunundu

45 cu.m. Storage Tank

Ilolompya

Magozi

Little Ruaha River

Road to Iringa

Gravity Intake

Water Treatment Works

N

NOT TO SCALE

PAWAGA SUSTAINABLE
DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAMME

Schematic Diagram of

Water Supply System


K2

Before...


“We were not sleeping
because of water; all
our thoughts were on
water not other things.”

Before...

“We were afraid to let our
children collect water
alone.”

Before...


“Sometimes my children
were going to school
hungry because I was in
the valley finding water”


Before...


“We were taught to
boil water but we had
no firewood”

(Pawaga)

Before...


“It was tedious work to
collect one bucket of
water in 3 hours.”



Christine Kalipamwambu, Diocesan
Development Officer

“This is the hardest project I
have ever worked on!”

After......(Kilolo)


“The project is named
‘Redeemer’, as it has saved
community members from
all the problems they were
facing from water scarcity.”

After.....(Kilolo)


“Tiredness has been
reduced now we are
relieved of the water
fetching burden.”


After.....(Kilolo)


“My family are now
much healthier.....”


After.....(Kilolo)


“When we are at the farm
we are not thinking of coming
home to fetch water; we can
stay there to accomplish our
farm activities.”


After.....(Kilolo)


“Available water has
created an environment for
our clothes to be clean all
the time.”


After......(Pawaga)


“Thank you......for
making life easier!”

After......(Pawaga)


“The project ...has stopped
our worries about fetching
water from the river.”


After......(Pawaga)


“The children now have
more energy and are eager
to learn.”


After......(Pawaga)


“No
-
one has been ill this
rainy season.”


After......(Pawaga)


“This has brought a great
difference in (school)
attendance.”


After......(Kilolo)


“The water project has
brought some kind of
revolution


the life we live
now is very different from
the life we used to live.”