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Tanzania Water Projects

Tanzania Water Projects

In Tanzania, 43 percent of the country does not have basic access to safe drinking water. Children are falling sick, and it’s entirely preventable.

  • 12 percent of the population does not have access to a toilet, so they go outside in the open.
  • Preventing illness is challenging, as 52 percent of people have no reliable source of hand washing facility with soap and water.
  • The good news: Diarrheal disease, the second leading cause of death for children under five years old, is nearly eliminated by drinking safe water and practicing proper sanitation and hygiene.

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Water Crisis in Tanzania

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Building Sustainable Water Sources

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Top 10 Countries in Need

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How We Choose Programs

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Tanzania Water Crisis

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Tanzania Expansion

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Donor Story

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Quarterly Update

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Building Sustainable Water Sources

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Top 10 Countries in Need

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How We Choose Programs

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Sponsor a Water Project

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Our Work in Tanzania

Water Projects Starting in 2021

Lifewater constructs custom water access and sanitation solutions in the globe’s hardest to reach communities. This includes places like Shinyanga, Tanzania, the newest of all the organization’s program locations.

Staff have identified communities within the region with incredible need for safe water and improved health. Next, local staff who know the cultures and language will help communities adopt life-saving sanitation and hygiene practices. They’ll love like Jesus by bringing health to their neighbors. Finally, communities in Tanzania will begin receiving safe water just steps from their homes, and donors will receive an update with a photo of their impact.

“My wife and I were fortunate to find Lifewater. I could write for hours about them, the service and impact they provide. We love supporting them and look forward to many years of partnership!”

– Chris and Sarah McCabe, Lifewater Donors

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