Who we are
The WASH SDG
The WASH SDG programme focuses on urban sanitation particularly on improving the safe sanitation service chain. Funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Trade & Development Cooperation (DGIS), the programme aims to support access to sanitation services and improve safe hygiene practices in Arusha City and Shinyanga Municipality, Tanzania (2017-2022).
To achieve this, the programme looks into three different areas; improving behaviour change interventions leading to increased demand for improved WASH facilities and practices, improving WASH services provision leading to increased availability and affordability of WASH products and services which contributes to sustainable and equitable access to WASH, and strengthening of the WASH governance leading to governments enabling the efficient and effective delivery of inclusive and sustainable services which also contributes to sustainable and equitable access to WASH.
Arusha City Council
Aims to provide Sustainable Services in collaboration with stakeholders to increase the capacity of its multicultural community to develop a growing and sustainable economy, social wellbeing and environmental sustainability through good governance practices.
Shinyanga Municipal Council
Its vision and mission is to promote peace, security and good governance, to deliver quality services to the people and to create a conducive environment for enhancing the social and economic development of the citizens.
Arusha Urban Water Supply and Sanitation plan, develops and maintains the sewerage system to ensure hygienic sewage collection and safe disposal, also to set realist water and sewage disposal tariffs hence collect revenue from customers for water consumed and sewage collected by the Authority
Shinyanga Water Supply and Sanitation provides high quality and efficient water supply and sanitation services to its customers within Shinyanga Municipality and maintains a highly motivated, qualified, competent, committed and diligent workforce while applying appropriate technologies that are friendly to the environment.
SNV is a not-for-profit international development organisation that makes a lasting difference in the lives of people living in poverty by helping them raise incomes and access basic services. We focus on only three sectors (water, agriculture and energy) and have a long-term, local presence in over 25 countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America. Our team of more than 1,300 staff is the backbone of SNV.