Developing water, sludge and solid waste services in Temeke municipality through building entrepreneurship skills of service providers, developing appropriate technologies and setting up financing mechanisms to enable the enterprises to be profitable.
Activities relevant to sanitation (Objective 2):
Conduct community awareness on the importance of faecal sludge management in the 3 wards.
Establish 3 waste enterprises with select community members
Provide enterprises with soft loans to be returned by the project end (3 years) at the rate of inflation interest-rates
Support enterprises with training to establish and manage pit-emptying businesses
Design, contract and supervise the construction of 3 DEWATS for sludge treatment
Build the capacity of Temeke Municipality and DAWASA on sustainable management of faecal sludge through a private-public partnership for replication
Facilitate linkage between enterprises and Municipal loans for enterprises wishing to expand business
Objective 1. Sustainable access to water supply for 6,500 people in Mianzini Ward (Temeke Municipality)
Objective 2. Access to safe pit-emptying, treatment and disposal services for people living in Temeke (Mianzini, Charambe, and Kiburugwa)
Objective 3. Access to safe solid waste management services for people living in Temeke (Mianzini, Charambe, and Kiburugwa)
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Cities Decentralised wastewater treatment (e.g. DEWATS) Emptying and transport (non sewered) Faecal sludge treatment processes International NGO Market development Operation, maintenance and sustainable services Other funding source or unspecified Public awareness, advocacy and civil society engagement Specific to one or several countries Sub-Saharan Africa Tanzania, United Republic of Treatment of faecal sludge Urban informal settlements (slums)
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