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Countries: Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania
Regions: Nile, Rufiji
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Increase Access to Water, Sanitation, Hygiene (SDG 6.1 & 6.2)
Integrated Water Resource Management (SDG 6.5)
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Hygiene
Services Offered: Financial support
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Org. Type: NGO / Civil Society
Org. Size: Small (10 - 99 Employees)
Language: English
Org. Website: www.globalhand.org/en/browse/partnering/3/all/organisation/4...
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Mission: Involving community and other stakeholders to improve life standard in rural and urban areas to take active role in water, sanitation and environmental protection activities by raising awareness, capacity building, advocacy and lobbing in order to ensure sustainable water/sanitation services and environmental protection attained to improve life standards of Tanzanians

WEPMO is a technical local non- governmental organization on which is dealing with water and envi...

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Mission: Involving community and other stakeholders to improve life standard in rural and urban areas to take active role in water, sanitation and environmental protection activities by raising awareness, capacity building, advocacy and lobbing in order to ensure sustainable water/sanitation services and environmental protection attained to improve life standards of Tanzanians

WEPMO is a technical local non- governmental organization on which is dealing with water and environmental sanitation projects in Urban and Rural areas in Tanzania. These activities include the initiative and capacity building of community based water and sanitation projects. To support communities to plan and implement, manage, operate, and maintain as well as monitor and evaluate community based projects in the areas of water and sanitation and other development projects. In our projects we involve the community, local government office, Municipalities, Ministries, districts, Council, Local and International Non governmental organization e.t.c. WEPMO was registered on 24th of November 1999 under society ordinance cap # 10148 of the United Republic of Tanzania. WEPMO has mobilized well-experienced water and sanitation experts (including researchers); these include community development officers, water and sanitation engineers, Public health engineers, Sociologists, researchers, and technicians and other supporting staff WEPMO was found with the conviction that water sector development projects should be formulated and implemented to meet human needs and aspirations. For this reasons it is the belief of WEPMO that water sector development projects require flexible resource management, active participation of the entities involved and shared goal of strengthened institutions. Vision Contribution technical skills, knowledge and experience for sustainable water and sanitation projects. Mission Involving community and other stakeholders to improve life standard in rural and urban areas to take active role in water and sanitation development activities by raising awareness, capacity building, advocacy and lobbing in order to ensure reliable water and sanitation services to improve life standards of Tanzanians. 1.1 Our Goal To contribute to the improvement of quality of life of poor people living in rural and urban areas in Tanzania through effective service delivery in water supply, sanitation and hygiene promotion. 1.2 Objectives of WEPMO • To support and implementation (including construction) of water and environmental health projects by helping poor communities to plan, implement, operate and manage, monitor and evaluate their water and sanitation projects but also other development projects. • To build the capacity of to poor communities to formulate various water users associations, CBOs, Community based Organizations, water committees and other development groups through training, workshops, meetings, forums and exchange visits for sustainability of their projects.

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