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Tana

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5888268 km2
Countries
Brazil; Peru; Suriname; France; Colombia; Guyana; Bolivia; Venezuela; Ecuador
Cities
Santa Cruz; Manaus; La Paz
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Total Organizations: 5
Total Projects: 11
Priority SDGs: --
Priority Industries: --
Profile Completion: 50%

Water Challenges

As reported by organizations on the Hub.

28.6%
Access to Water Supply and Water Services
28.6%
Water Demand and Competition among Users
14.3%
Local Water Resource Governance
14.3%
Physical water supply
14.3%
Upstream Water Issues

Region Overview

Organizations in Tana


CESPAD is a Kenyan NGO whose mission is to narrow the gap in accessing opportunities so that all people can enjoy a better life in a transformed society by stopping the degradation of the planet's environment and to build a ... Learn More

Clean drinking water, safe toilets and good hygiene are essential, and yet in rural Kenya, too many children and communities lack these services. Our mission is to change this. We use the 3Ts - Taps, Toilets and Training. Learn More

International Transformation Foundation (ITF) is a youth-led non-profit organization providing youth educational and self-development programs encompassing leadership and entrepreneurship to harness creativity for a youth system that provide jobs, offers security, opens opportunities to grow and contributes to the development ... Learn More

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The Toilet Board Coalition (TBC) is a business platform enabling private sector engagement; connecting large and small companies; and ensuring close collaboration between private, public and non-profit sectors with the common goal to accelerate the business of sanitation for all. ... Learn More

Projects in Tana


Inspired by personal experience growing up in communities, where school-going children walk long distances to secure water for their families before/ after going to school causing absenteeism resulting to school drop-outs. In 2013 we worked on research project about sustainable ... Learn More

Access to safe water is the foundation to the development of all communities. Safe and reliable water restores hope and unlocks potential and opportunity. As the water crisis has grown to a global level leaving in its path a plethora ... Learn More

Funded by Nimick Forbesway Foundation, The Samburu Project will drill and install a well in the Sere Olipi Community. Learn More

Funded by Woodside Wishing Well, The Samburu Project will drill and install a well in the Kule Community. Learn More

Funded by Blue Planet Network, The Samburu Project will drill and install a well in the Lauragi 2 Community. Learn More

The International Water Stewardship Programme (IWaSP) seeks to initiate multi-stakeholder partnerships with the private sector, the public sector and the civil society in order to formulate and implement measures to improve water security for all parties. In Kenya, the International ... Learn More

In 2010, with funding from the M. Night Shyamalan Foundation, the Samburu Project expanded upon our support of the Milimani Farm by installing a submersible pump and generator to complete a drip irrigation system Learn More

Project WET is currently active in more than 75 countries around the world through a network of partner organizations that range from small NGOs to major international corporations and organizations. We only go where we’re invited! We work with our ... Learn More

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By means of decentralized water stations, Siemens Stiftung aims to cultivate a sustainable water supply in remote regions of Kenya. The Safe Water Enterprises are implemented in cooperation with SkyJuice Foundation and further partners. What the projects have in common ... Learn More

Whilst some progress has been made in introducing WSPs to the African region, there is still some way to go in achieving impact at scale. Establishing drivers – through distilling, synthesizing and disseminating key benefits – and nurturing a critical ... Learn More

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