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SFD (Lite) Report - Shinyanga Municipality, Tanzania

GFA Consulting Group GmbH (2019)

Published in: 2019
Pages: 9

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Shinyanga Municipality is the headquarters of Shinyanga Region and is in the northern area of Tanzania. It lies between latitudes 30 30' and 30 45' South and longitudes 330 20’ and 330 35’ East, about 1,000 kilometres from Dar es Salaam and 165 kilometres from Mwanza City.

According to Tanzania’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS, 2018), the projected population of Shinyanga Municipality for 2017 is 178,890 with a growth rate of 2.1% for a period from 2012 to 2017. The total population for 2018 is estimated as 182,646 people.

The safely managed excreta (42%) originate from FS contained but not emptied from onsite systems located in areas of low groundwater pollution risk. All the safely managed FS is from the practise of covering and digging new pits when the old one gets full, and FS contained in pits and tanks that have not yet been emptied. In the medium- to long- term, these practises are not sustainable and FSM improvements to emptying, transport and treatment services will be required in the future. The balance (58%) of excreta are unsafely managed. Most of which is from FS not contained and not emptied from unsafe pits (27%), and FS emptied but not delivered to treatment (27%).

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GFA Consulting Group GmbH (2019). SFD (Lite) Report - Shinyanga Municipality, Tanzania. GFA Consulting Group GmbH

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