Current Projects:

Nhyinila Primary School Rural Hygiene and Sanitation Project

We are currently working in partnership with MAMADO to help improve sanitation and hygiene facilities at Nhyinila Primary School Tanzania. This project involves both education to village leaders and school community as well as building of new toilet blocks for students. Since the project started in 2018 total number of students has increased and therefore this projects has been extended to help build a second set of toilets.

 

Past Projects:

Village Dispensary Projects in Partnership with HAPA (2005-2015)

These projects were conducted in partnership with the Health Action Promotion Association (HAPA), which is a small NGO based in the Singida region in Tanzania.

1). Village dispensaries lacked adequate medical equipment, specifically for maternal and child health related services. Therefore, the aim of these projects was to provide the dispensaries with necessary medical equipment. This way, people can seek local health service instead of travelling long distance to other dispensaries.

The following villages were provided with necessary medical equipment: Urughu, Londoni, Choda and Matumbo.

2). Mapando village project aimed to provide the community with proper hygiene facilities and education on hygiene and sanitation best practices. The most prevalent diseases in Mapando are related to poor hygiene and environmental community practises and this project was therefore established to reduce the incidence of these preventable diseases.

 

 

           

Photos from Mapando village. Left: Old toilet, Right: Smiling woman in front of the new toilet.

 

Village Dispensary Projects in Partnership with HDT (2010-2013)

These projects were conducted in partnership with the Health & Development Trust (HDT), a local NGO with the vision to improve health facilities. The aim of these projects was to improve access to proper health care to rural villages in Tanzania, especially maternal and child health. Building a dispensary close to the communities promotes village sustainability and provides the community with necessary primary health care needs.

The following villages were provided with village dispensaries: Mubwilinde and Mumuhamba.

 

 

            

Photos from Mumuhamba village. Left: Community meeting, Right: Medical dispensary under construction. 

 

Primary School Projects in Partnership with MAMADO (2010-2019)

These projects were conducted in partnership with Maji Na Maendeleo Dodoma (MAMADO), a local NGO. The aim of these projects was to improve the quality of lives of Primary School students and indirectly their parents by improving water supply, health facilities and provide health education.

The following Primary Schools received improved facilities: Weyula Primary School, Sogea Primary School and Nhyinila Primary School.

 

 

             

Photos from Sogea village. Left: Student pumping water, Right: New toilet block for girls.

 

HAT Project Funding Summary Table

 

Project title

Partner NGO

Amount (AUD)

Urughu Dispensary (2005-2006)

HAPA

6,000

Londoni Dispensary

HAPA

6,406

Choda Dispensary

HAPA

11,232

Matumbo Dispensary

HAPA

8,113

Weyula Primary School

MAMADO

10,103

Mubwilinde Project

HDT

15,139

Sogeambele Primary School

MAMADO

11,207

Mubwilinde Project

HDT

9,923

Sogeambele Primary School

MAMADO

7,650

Mubwilinde Project variation

HDT

7,108

Mubwilinde final report

HDT

292

Matumbo Dispensary

HAPA

21,309

Mampando Dispensary

HAPA

11,474

Nhyinila Primary School

MAMADO

30,223

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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